Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: the Gospel

die Frohe Botschaft [relig.]


Bespielsätze

The Words Spoken By God And Concerning God, Both Are Called Gods Word In Scripture Again, if we say the Word of God, or of Man, it may bee understood sometimes of the Speaker, (as the words that God hath spoken, or that a Man hath spoken): In which sense, when we say, the Gospel of St. Matthew, we understand St. Matthew to be the Writer of it: and sometimes of the Subject: In which sense, when we read in the Bible, "The words of the days of the Kings of Israel, or Judah," 'tis meant, that the acts that were done in those days, were the Subject of those Words; And in the Greek, which (in the Scripture) retaineth many Hebraismes, by the Word of God is oftentimes meant, not that which is spoken by God, but concerning God, and his government; that is to say, the Doctrine of Religion: Insomuch, as it is all one, to say Logos Theou, and Theologia; which is, that Doctrine which wee usually call Divinity, as is manifest by the places following (Acts 13.46.)
or as in St. Mark 16.15 "Goe into all the world, and Preach the Gospel to every creature."
Magisteriall were the Offices of preaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom of God to Infidels; of administring the Sacraments, and Divine Service; and of teaching the Rules of Faith and Manners to those that were converted.
in that hee useth the word, which the Holy Ghost used at his calling: For he stileth himself, "An Apostle separated unto the Gospel of God;" alluding to the words of the Holy Ghost, "Separate me Barnabas and Saul, &c." But seeing the work of an Apostle, was to be a Witnesse of the Resurrection of Christ, and man may here aske, how S. Paul that conversed not with our Saviour before his passion, could know he was risen.
Preached the Gospel at Samaria, and (verse 38.)
The Ministers Of The Gospel Lived On The Benevolence Of Their Flocks But here may some ask, whether the Pastor were then bound to live upon voluntary contribution, as upon almes, "For who (saith S. Paul 1 Cor.
And then he concludeth, "Even so hath the Lord appointed, that they which preach the Gospel should live of the Gospel.
Stand up at the gospel of course.
A magnificent specimen of manhood he was truly augmented obviously by gifts of a high order, as compared with the other military supernumerary that is (who was just the usual everyday farewell, my gallant captain kind of an individual in the light dragoons, the 18th hussars to be accurate) and inflammable doubtless (the fallen leader, that is, not the other) in his own peculiar way which she of course, woman, quickly perceived as highly likely to carve his way to fame which he almost bid fair to do till the priests and ministers of the gospel as a whole, his erstwhile staunch adherents, and his beloved evicted tenants for whom he had done yeoman service in the rural parts of the country by taking up the cudgels on their behalf in a way that exceeded their most sanguine expectations, very effectually cooked his matrimonial goose, thereby heaping coals of fire on his head much in the same way as the fabled ass’s kick.
I write all this to you, dear friend, only to convince you of the Gospel truth which has become for me a principle of life: not a single hair of our heads will fall without His will.


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Gospel Hill (ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 2008) Gospel Hill
Gospel Oak ({n}) [geogr.] (ein Stadtteil von London im Bezirk Camden) Gospel Oak
Matthäusevangelium {n} [bibl.] St. Matthew's Gospel
das Lukasevangelium [bibl.] the Gospel of St Luke
das Johannesevangelium [bibl.] the Gospel of St John
die Frohe Botschaft [relig.] the Gospel
Das Evangelium nach Judas von Benjamin Iskariot [lit.] The gospel according to Judas: By Benjamin Iscario [lit.] (Jeffrey Archer / Frank Moloney)
das Matthäusevangelium [bibl.] the Gospel of St Matthew
Lukasevangelium {n} [bibl.] St Luke's Gospel
das Markusevangelium [bibl.] the Gospel of St Mark