Verb(1) order by virtue of superior authority; decree(2) appoint to a clerical posts(3) invest with ministerial or priestly authority(4) issue an order
(1) It struck me that many West Virginians delighted in telling stories of what happened to their lives the moment the court ordained desegregation.(2) God and/or the king had ordained it, and they were powerless.(3) Even Livy thought that ├ö├ç├┐the fates ordained the founding of this great city and the beginning of the word's mightiest empire, second only to the power of the gods.├ö├ç├û(4) He was finally ordained as a Presbyterian minister after moving to Utica, New York, in 1822 to become principal of a school.(5) And you can trust that it is ordained by God himself because Brian Tamaki tells you so.(6) In 1398, it was ordained that his feast-day was to be kept by every church in the Province of Canterbury.(7) But fate ordained otherwise, and he lost his life in the most tragic way as he was lending a helping hand at the new home his daughter Jane and her husband were building.(8) While in Golden, he was ordained an Episcopal minister and later served residents in Colorado's mining camps during his scientific excursions.(9) He was ordained a Roman Catholic priest in 1946, and is attached to the diocese of Varanasi in India.(10) He was ordained as a Lutheran minister in 1819 and later entered the Presbyterian ministry.(11) Obedience to the state in time of war was ordained by God and was a religious duty.(12) John Paul traces his pastoral concern for the young back to his work with them soon after he was ordained a priest.(13) At 23, Jackson was ordained as a minister in the African Zionist church, while learning wood-carving from his father.(14) God has ordained that the souls in Purgatory can receive effective help from the faithful on earth.(15) Milingo's message in that open letter was that time was nigh for the Catholic Church to do away with celibacy vows as it was ordained by God that man and woman should marry and raise families.(16) It may seem you are making your own destiny, but always you follow the path Fate ordained .
1. confer holy orders on ::
tillægge hellige ordrer på
2. predetermine ::
3. decree ::
4. order ::
5. enact ::
1. repeal ::
2. rescind ::
3. revoke ::
Different Formsordain, ordained, ordaining, ordainment, ordains
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