In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
verbo transitivoglorifying, glorified, glorifies
- Thereafter one should praise and glorify Allah in the best manner and recite the following Dua.
- We glorify him when we praise him, recount his blessings to us, and thank him for them.
- We are changing God's glorious and holy celebration into an outreach enterprise, and He is no longer the center of attention; he's no longer honored and glorified in our worship.
- This is the best way to glorify the god or gods of their faith.
- The prayer times reflected the culture of this conference - seeking the presence of God and desiring to glorify him.
- We see this as a long-term commitment that will glorify God and bless the people.
- Our culture glorifies the young, strong and beautiful.
- He taught me to put God first in my life and to glorify his name.
- Adam and Eve were not only to glorify God in behavior, but they were to offer intelligent glory and praise to God.
- Determined to glorify God with her life, she willingly set aside one objective after another until she discovered that only in God's time and way could her deepest desires be fulfilled.
- One is the attitude of excellence, you know, to seek to excel and glorify God with the gifts and talents and abilities that he has given us.
- Invoking and glorifying Him, praising and thanking Him and kneeling and prostrating before Him are the practical manifestations of worship.
- It is designed to exalt Christ and glorify him in the minds and hearts of men and women, boys and girls.
- The songs that you are singing are not right and do not glorify God in any way.
- Then the world will see our good works and glorify our Father who is in Heaven.
- With all her heart and soul, Mary magnified and glorified the Lord by proclaiming his greatness.
- Your end as man - who is soul as well as body - is to glorify God and enjoy him for ever.
- On that day the distance will be closed and the entire redeemed creation will gratefully praise and glorify God.
- Essentially, church leaders are asking what it costs to operate the ministry that can glorify God.
- First, art offers multiple, rich, and layered ways of speaking about and glorifying God, since art is unlimited in its range and expression.
- How exciting it is to use our spiritual gifts to glorify God and to grow to know the heart of a servant.
- It glorifies celebrities, extols riches and promotes glamour.
- Do you not see that everyone in the heavens and Earth glorifies God, as do the birds with their outspread wings?
- There are positive aspects to his book, such as his emphasis on the need to glorify God in all that we do.
- Here is an extract from his writings on the theme of faith glorifying God.
- The purpose of marriage is to glorify God as is taught by creation, redemption and eschatology.
- Working for the church is a ministry, not a career; one does it to glorify God, not for remuneration.
- To glorify God or praise Him is to put one's request to Him, because He is aware of our needs and He responds to our glorification with grace and compassion.
- But when we and they share a common love and awe for God, we augment the sanctity of the world in glorifying God among the multitudes of peoples.
- They will honour and glorify the Lord Jesus who is worthy!
2(person) ensalzar(person) glorificar(terrorism) exaltar(terrorism) enaltecera film which glorifies war/violence — una película que exalta la guerra/la violencia
- The historical quaintness described at each river-side town the men pass glorifies the grandeur of a long lost Britain.
- Officers believe it glorifies football violence and it is understood that they are probing the legality of the video.
- I wasn't interested in glorifying the violence, I was interested in showing it as I felt it growing up and as I saw it.
- We economists emphasize efficiency over equity, glorify greed, and exalt the achievements of free markets, to name just a few.
- Our television shows, our video games, our music, and our movies all glorify violence.
- After the war they were used to make films which glorified communism.
- It's undeniable that this is a genre of work that could be thought of as dangerous, glorifying violence and criminality.
- No, I think it glorifies football violence and the timing of it couldn't be worse.
- Add to this a culture that glorifies violence and brutality, and the mix becomes explosive.
- It has glorified this violence in books, films and newspapers.
- In fact, I would say much of television does glorify violence.
- The majority of the film is set in Connecticut, and the production design is admirable, since it does not attempt to glorify the characters' lower class surroundings.
- He is leading an initiative to rewrite school books which he says unjustly glorify the partisans who struggled against fascism during World War Two.
- The film does not glorify war and certainly does not present its characters as heroes.
- But in our zeal to do that, we go after everything that resembles violence or seems to glorify it.
- A text purporting to describe a battle may have been composed to glorify the victor or excuse the loser.
- The good thing is that he doesn't glorify the old violence.
- But, at the same time, the cancers are helped to metastasise by a culture that too often glorifies delinquency, misogyny, drugdealing and violence.
- But he dismisses criticism that the film glorifies violence and highlights the futility of life in the underworld.
- His fame comes from films that, in general, glorify violence and backwardness.
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