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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} mesih

Ne Musevi, ne de musevi olmayan, ne köle ne de özgür vardır, ne erkek ne de dişi vardır, zira Mesih İsa'da hepiniz birsiniz. - There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.

Ben Mesih değilim ama O'nun öncüsü olarak gönderildim. - I am not the Christ but I am sent ahead of him.

hazreti isa mesih
isa peygamber
{i} Hazreti İsa

Sevgili kardeşlerim, Hazreti İsa yükseldi! Sevgi nefret üzerinde zafer kazandı, hayat ölümü ele geçirdi, ışık karanlığı dağıttı. - Dear Brothers and Sisters, Jesus Christ is risen! Love has triumphed over hatred, life has conquered death, light has dispelled the darkness!

Peter sadece Hazreti İsa'nın müridi olduğunu değil aynı zamanda onu tanıdığını bile reddetti. - Peter not only denied that he was Christ's disciple, but that he even knew him.

{i} hay

Mutlu Noeller, amca! Tanrı sizi korusun! neşeli bir ses haykırdı. - A merry Christmas, uncle! God save you! cried a cheerful voice.

Orta çağlar boyunca onur özgür adamın ve hristiyan adamın hayatının temeliydi. - During the Middle Ages, honor was fundamental to the life of the free man and of the Christian man.

(isim) hay
{i} Mesih, İsa
Hazreti ısa
Christ eternal
Mesih
christ on a bike
(deyim) İsa bisiklete binmiş! Çok şaşırtıcı bir durumda söylenen söz
christ child
yeni doğan hazreti İsa
christ no
yok ya
christ no
olmaz
christ no
hay aksi
christ no
yapma be
christ's thorn
kaba diken
Jesus Christ
Yüce İsa! Ulu Tanrım!
birth of jesus christ
doğuş
jesus christ
isa

Mesih İsa Budist oldu. - Jesus Christ converted to Buddhism.

O, oturma odasında yüce İsa'nın bir resmine sahip. - He has a painting of Jesus Christ in the living room.

before Christ
milattan önce
birth of christ
isa'nın doğumu
jesus christ
isa mesih

Ben İsa Mesih'e inanırım. - I believe in Jesus Christ.

Benim İsa Mesih ile kişisel bir ilişkim var. - I have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

jesus christ!
hayret bir şey!
anti-christ
anti-İsa
birth of christ
isa'nin doğumu
jesus christ
İsa peygamber, İsa aleyhisselam
jesus christ
İsa, Hazreti İsa, İsa peygamber
after christ
milattan sonra
after christ
m.s
ascension of christ
uruçi İsa
before Christ
(B.C.) milattan önce (M.Ö.), İsa'dan önce (İ.Ö.)
before christ
m.ö
jesus christ
hazreti İsa

Sevgili kardeşlerim, Hazreti İsa yükseldi! Sevgi nefret üzerinde zafer kazandı, hayat ölümü ele geçirdi, ışık karanlığı dağıttı. - Dear Brothers and Sisters, Jesus Christ is risen! Love has triumphed over hatred, life has conquered death, light has dispelled the darkness!

Eğer İngilizce Hazreti İsa için yeterince iyi olsa, benim için yeterince iyi olur. - If English was good enough for Jesus Christ, it's good enough for me.

jesus christ
İsa peygamber
jesus fuck me christ
(Argo) allah beni kahretsin
vicar of christ
papa
vicar of jesus christ
papa
İngilizce - İngilizce
An expletive, whose use is considered blasphemous by most Christians
The anointed one or messiah predicted in Jewish prophecy

For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect. (Matthew 24:24, King James Version).

A title given to Jesus of Nazareth, seen as the fulfiller of the messianic prophecy; often treated as a personal name
A figure or other artistic depiction of Jesus Christ
a title of jesus
{n} the Anointed one, our Saviour
Christ is one of the names of Jesus, whom Christians believe to be the son of God and whose teachings are the basis of Christianity. the teachings of Christ. Jesus Christ the man who is worshipped by Christians as the son of God Christian. Christ Church of Church of Christ Scientist Disciples of Christ Community of Christ Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
The title given to Jesus of Nazareth, seen as fulfilling messianic prophecy; often treated as a personal name
{i} god! (exclamation of exasperation or irritation)
The 'Lords anointed one' or messiah predicted in Jewish prophecy
An expletive, whose use is considered blasphemous in some Christian sects
{i} Messiah, Lord's Anointed; title given to Jesus of Nazareth
The Anointed; an appellation given to Jesus, the Savior
Christ is a title It is the N T equivalent of the O T term "messiah" and means "anointed one " It is applied to Jesus as the anointed one who delivers from sin Jesus alone is the Christ As the Christ He has three offices: Prophet, Priest, and King As Prophet He is the mouthpiece of God (Matt 5: 27-28) and represents God to man As Priest He represents man to God and restores fellowship between them by offering Himself as the sacrifice that removed the sin of those saved As King He rules over His kingdom By virtue of Christ creating all things (John 1: 3; Col 1: 16-17), He has the right to rule Christ has come to do the will of the Father (John 6: 38), to save sinners (Luke 19: 10), to fulfill the O T (Matt 5: 17), to destroy the works of Satan (Heb 2: 14; 1 John 3: 8), and to give life (John 10: 10,28) Christ is holy (Luke 1;35), righteous (Is 53: 11), sinless (2 Cor 5: 21), humble (Phil 2: 8), and forgiving (Luke 5: 20: 7: 40; 23: 34)
From the Greek Christos, a translation of the Hebrew Messiah, meaning "anointed one," the term derives from the ancient practice of anointing kings at their coronation The Messiah or Christ was to be a kingly descendant of David
A term used to designate the head of the Spiritual Hierarchy; the World Teacher; the Master of all the Masters The office presently held by the Lord Maitreya
The title of Jesus From the Greek word 'Messiah' meaning 'anointed one'
(from Greek christos, "anointed one"; Greek translation of Hebrew meshiach) Applied to Jesus/Joshua of Nazareth by his followers as a title, but soon came to be treated as a sort of second name See Messiah
from "Christos," the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew term "Messiah " Both words literally mean "Anointed One" This was the word used in the Septuagint, an ancient Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures as prepared by Jewish translators three centuries before the time of Jesus When early Christians believed they had found their Messiah, they naturally referred to him as "the Christ " When Christians say "Jesus Christ" they are actually saying "Jesus the Messiah "
Originally a title, the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew word "Messiah " It means "the anointed one " Jesus was called the Christ because he was the one whom God chose and sent as Savior and Lord
The second person of the Trinity, Who is present in the Eucharist
a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)
The Greek equivalent of the Hebrew word 'Messiah ' It means 'The Anointed One ' Jesus was called the Christ because He was the one whom God chose and sent as Savior and Lord
from the Greek "christos," meaning "anointed one" or "chosen one " See also Messiah
   the Greek word for the Hebrew masiah (see messiah) Both words mean anointed, that is, blessed by having oil poured over the head By applying this title to Jesus, the early Christians expressed their belief that he was the messiah of Israel
The World Teacher of humanity and angels alike The Master of Masters Embodier of the 2nd or Love aspect of Deity Known as Maitreya in the East Set to "reappear" to 0fulfill His mission started 2000 years ago
"anointed"
A transliteration of the Greek word that is the equivalent for the Hebrew word rendered in most translations as {Messiah}, meaning ``anointed one'' The Bible refers to others as being anointed by God, but Christ as an official title belongs only to Jesus in his Messianic role Once a person in service noted that I referred at least twice to ``Christ Jesus'' rather than ``Jesus Christ'' and wondered why I inverted the order, and which was correct Because Christ is a title, not a part of Jesus' name, although Jesus Christ is the more common ordering, either way is correct, just as one might properly say either ``President Clinton'' or ``Mr Clinton, the President''
Christ the Second Person of the Trinity; the one Son of God or totality of the Sonship; the Self that God created by extension of His spirit; though Christ creates as does His Father, He is not the Father since God created Christ, but Christ did not create God (Note -- not to be equated exclusively with Jesus ) see: creations, vision
It is synonymous with the Hebrew Messiah
any expected deliverer
Christ is the Greek word that Greek-speaking Jews used as the translation of the Hebrew word messiah Thus to Greek-speaking Jews and to the God-fearing gentiles who attended the synagogue, christ meant either a mundane Hebrew king, such as Solomon, David, or Hezekiah, or the apocalyptic king at the end of time However, the Greek word christ comes from a verb that means to rub down an athlete with lineament—the closest equivalent in Greek to the concept of anointing Therefore, as we moved out of Palestine and into the Greek-speaking world to proclaim Jesus as the Messiah, outsiders invented the word Christian to deride us
The Messiah/The Anointed One
   the Greek word for the Hebrew masiah (see messiah) Both words mean anointed, that is, blessed by having oil poured over the head By applying this title to Jesus, the early Christians expressed their belief that he was the messiah of Israel
The image of God in form, the divine individual Child of God Humanity
Another name for Jesus Christ Also means Anointed One
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Christ alive
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
Christ almighty
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
Christ the Redeemer
A statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
christ's-thorn
thorny Eurasian shrub with dry woody winged fruit
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The major denomination of the Latter Day Saint movement, founded in the United States by Joseph Smith; the Mormon Church
Church of Christ
Any of various conservative Protestant churches found mainly in the U.S. Each congregation is autonomous in government, with elders, deacons, and a minister or ministers; there is no national administrative organization. These churches originated in the early 19th century with the Disciples of Christ movement, which relied on the Bible as the only standard of Christian faith and worship. Controversies split the movement, and the Churches of Christ designated those congregations that opposed organized mission societies and the use of instrumental music in worship. After their separation from the Disciples, the Churches of Christ continued to grow. Worship services consist of prayer, preaching, unaccompanied singing, and the Lord's Supper
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
the official name of the Mormon church, established in the US by Joseph Smith in 1830
Body of Christ
A title describing, as a whole group, all believers in Jesus Christ
Body of Christ
The bread of the eucharist
Body of Christ
The corpse or resurrected body of Jesus Christ
Christ.
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Christ.
word

And that worde was made flesshe, and dwelt amonge vs, and we sawe the glory off yt, as the glory off the only begotten sonne off the father, which worde was full of grace, and verite.

Christ.
Christo-
Jesus Christ
A name for Jesus of Nazareth, a first century Jewish carpenter, held to be a prophet, teacher, and the Messiah, or Christ, in Christian and Muslim faiths
Jesus Christ
An expletive or oath, whose use is considered blasphemous by most Christians. Usually an expression of surprise, shock, etc
Jesus Christ
A saviour; one who provides critical help or salvation to others in need
Jesus H. Christ
Jesus Christ

Jesus H. Christ on the cross,” he said. He caught my reflected gaze and held it. “How long have you known about this?”.

Jesus Harold Christ
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
Jesus fucking Christ
Jesus Christ
for Christ's sake
Used to express surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
Christly
{i} in a Christian manner, in a Christlike manner
Community of Christ
formerly Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Faction of the religion founded by Joseph Smith in 1830, whose main body became the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormon church. The sect, originally known as the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, broke away in 1852, rejecting the leadership of Brigham Young in favour of Smith's son; it also rejected the practice of polygamy and the label Mormon. Its teachings are based on the Bible, the Book of Mormon, and the Doctrine and Covenants, a book of revelations received by its prophets. In 2001 the church formally changed its name to Community of Christ. In the early 21st century it had about 250,000 members and was headquartered in Independence, Mo
Disciples of Christ
Group of U.S. Protestant churches that originated in the frontier revivals of the early 19th century. Movements founded by Thomas and Alexander Campbell (1763-1854, 1788-1866) and Barton W. Stone (1772-1844) merged in 1832 and took the name Disciples of Christ. The new denomination grew rapidly. Its goal was to unite all Protestants on the basis of New Testament practices. The attempt failed, and the movement itself split into two major segments: the more conservative Churches of Christ (which rejects any innovation without New Testament precedent, including musical instruments in worship) and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Other conservative congregations separated from the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the 1920s; they established a separate annual gathering, the North American Christian Convention, in 1927. In 1985 the Disciples of Christ entered into an ecumenical partnership with the United Church of Christ. The common Disciples heritage is still manifest in the meetings of the World Convention of Churches of Christ, organized in 1930
Jesus Christ
{i} Jesus of Nazareth (~4BC - 29AD), Jewish prophet from Galilee who claimed to be the Messiah and whose teachings form the base of the Christian religion
Jesus Christ
{ü} Jesus!, God! (interjection used to express surprise, anger, etc.)
Scientist Church of Christ
officially Church of Christ, Scientist Religious denomination founded in the U.S. in 1879 by Mary Baker Eddy. Like other Christian churches, Christian Science subscribes to an omnipotent God and the authority (but not inerrancy) of the Bible and takes the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus as essential to human redemption. It departs from traditional Christianity in considering Jesus divine but not a deity and in regarding creation as wholly spiritual. Sin denies God's sovereignty by claiming that life derives from matter. Spiritual cure of disease is a necessary element of redemption from the flesh and one of the church's most controversial practices. Most members refuse medical help for disease, and members engaged in the full-time healing ministry are called Christian Science practitioners. Elected readers lead Sunday services based on readings from the Bible and Eddy's Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures. At the end of the 20th century, the church had about 2,500 congregations in 70 countries; its headquarters is at the Mother Church in Boston. See also New Thought
The Anti-Christ
{i} The Antichrist, book written by the German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche which was first published in 1895
The Last Temptation of Christ
1988 film directed by Martin Scorsese (starring Willem Dafoe and Harvey Keitel)
ascension of christ
{i} (New Testament) day that Jesus rose to heaven 40 days following his resurrection
before Christ
In a specified year of the pre-Christian era
before Christ
before Jesus Christ was born according to Christianity, B.C
before christ
before the Christian era; used following dates before the supposed year Christ was born; "in 200 BC"
christly
Christlike
for Christ's sake
{ü} for goodness' sake, for heavens sake (expression of anger or exasperation)
jesus christ
The incarnation of Lord God (Christ)
jesus christ
The central figure of Christianity, Jesus Christ, is regarded by Christians as the incarnate Son of God, the second person of the Trinity, and the prophesied Hebrew Messiah (anointed one, Deliverer of Israel) Traditional Christian imagery evolved around the major events of Christ's life including his birth, crucifixion (Passion), and resurrection
jesus christ
a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)
jesus christ
He was born on Christmas Day His God's Son and was born of a virgin He was sent here to die for our sins
jesus christ
The son of God, firstborn of all creation, who was sent from heaven to live as a man, teach about God's Kingdom, and die as a ransom sacrifice, bringing the vindication of Jehovah's sovereignty, the sanctification of his holy name, and salvation to those who want it You already knew that The reasons Jesus is listed in the Glossary are first for completeness, because I have also listed {Jehovah}, and second because most people in {Christendom} believe something entirely different about who Jesus was Explaining it further is beyond the scope of this Glossary For more information, see the Insight book [it]
jesus christ
Perhaps one of the most important persons to have existed in ancient times, JESUS CHRIST was apparently a teacher of good moral values who was publicly sacrificed by the government on a high-cross pole as an everlasting reminder of how "the good" can be destroyed by "human ignorance" The conventional date of his birth nearly twenty centuries ago is now being challenged by new scientific data which suggest he lived only about seven centuries ago JESUS CHRIST eventually replaced the spiritual leader of the Grecian Empire once known as ZEUS See MOSES and ZEUS
jesus christ
The founder of the Christian faith Born in Nazareth and killed by crucifixion at the age of about 33
united church of christ
merger of the Congregational Christian Church and the Evangelical and Reformed Church in 1957
christ

    Heceleme

    Christ

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    krayst

    Eş anlamlılar

    god, jesus christ

    Telaffuz

    /ˈkrīst/ /ˈkraɪst/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'krIst ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English crist, from Latin Christus, from Ancient Greek Χριστός (Khristos), proper noun use of χριστός (khristos, “anointed”), in translation of Hebrew משיח (māshīaχ, “anointed”) (see messiah).

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