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  1. 09/30/2020

    […] ‘bright as fire’, or קהל kahal) is a Jewish or Samaritan house of worship. Synagogues have a large place for prayer (the main sanctuary) and may also have smaller rooms for […]

  2. 10/01/2020

    […] self due to its full conviction of the truth of the principles of faith and satisfaction in worship, you should show care and mercy to […]

  3. 10/01/2020

    […] Sunnah prayer (صلاة السنة‎) is an optional or supererogatory salah that can be performed by Muslims at almost any time of the day. These prayers are performed in addition to the five daily prayers, which are compulsory for all Muslims. There are a range of prayers available: some are done at the same time as the compulsory prayers, some are done only at certain times, e.g. late at night, and some are only done for specific occasions such as during a drought. All of these optional prayers were originally performed by Muhammad. See Worship […]

  4. 10/01/2020

    […] answer: Truly, God Almighty has no need at all for your worship, nor indeed for anything else. But you need to worship, for in truth you are spiritually ill. We […]

  5. 10/03/2020

    […] worship is religious devotion to God as conducted by Reformed or Calvinistic Christians, including […]

  6. 10/03/2020

    […] is an invocation or act that seeks to activate a rapport with an object of worship through deliberate communication. In the narrow sense, the term refers to an act of supplication or […]

  7. 10/05/2020

    […] worship (also called sthenolagnia) is a form of body worship in which one participant, the worshiper, touches the muscles of another participant, the dominant, […]

  8. 10/06/2020

    […] “Worship God and be of those who give thanks (39:66).” […]

  9. 10/06/2020

    […] “Dua is the very essence of worship.” […]

  10. 10/07/2020

    […] and teachers of sanctity, both living and dead. Branches of Buddhism include formal liturgical worship of saints, with Mahayana Buddhism classifying degrees of […]

  11. 10/07/2020

    […] wisdom of the world and the riddle of man’s creation and the mystery of the reality of the worship, then consider this short comparison together with my own […]

  12. 10/07/2020

    […] At the height of the imperial cult during the Roman Empire, sometimes the emperor’s deceased loved ones—heirs, empresses, or lovers, as Hadrian’s Antinous—were deified as well. Deified people were awarded posthumously the title Divus (Diva if women) to their names to signify their divinity. Traditional Roman religion distinguished between a deus (god) and a divus (a mortal who became divine or deified), though not consistently. Temples and columns were erected to provide a space for worship. […]

  13. 10/08/2020

    […] And be steadfast in prayer; practise regular charity; and bow down your heads with those who bow down (in worship). […]

  14. 10/08/2020

    […] Major Temple cities: Puri, which hosts a major Vaishnava Jagannath temple and Rath Yatra celebration; Katra, home to the Vaishno Devi temple; Three comparatively recent temples of fame and huge pilgrimage are Shirdi, home to Sai Baba of Shirdi, Tirumala – Tirupati, home to the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple; and Sabarimala, where Swami Ayyappan is worshipped. […]

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