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Result: 'Place' (13)

In the distant past, it was the custom to bury the dead with food and with certain household objects. This custom may still be found today; ...
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You make plans for today, for tomorrow, for a few weeks, months or years from now. Fine, but do you set a place aside for the Lord in your ...
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Do not worry about someone taking your place. No one can take another’s place. We each have our place in the universe, because God has made ...
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So many humans are like fish out of water! They feel ill at ease, strangers to the environment they live in; so, as soon as they can, they ...
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‘When you pray,’ said Jesus, ‘go into your room and shut the door and pray to your Father who is in secret.’ How are we to interpret this ...
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Only when you have successfully found the place which is truly yours can you taste joy and peace. You will say: ‘The place? What place is ...
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What exactly is a dwelling place? It is a place where we shelter, where we work and where we live. But we could say that our physical body ...
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Humans naturally tend to rank things, whether it is intelligence, talent, strength, dexterity, beauty, wealth and so on. Everywhere, ...
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In Egypt, India, Thrace, Greece, Palestine, and so on, many places considered holy in the world have lost the spiritual power and the ...
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God has given inertia to matter and impetus to the spirit, and human beings are placed between the two. They are outwardly covered with ...
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Nowadays, rites of initiation no longer take place in temples but in life. It is now life that puts us through the trials of the four ...
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When a person succeeds in finding the place where they truly belong, they are happy. Everyone knows this. Yes, but not everyone knows where ...
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Jesus said, ‘When you pray, go into your room and shut the door and pray to your Father who is in the secret place.’ How should we ...
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