gospel

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English - Turkish
{i} Hz. İsa'nın öğrettikleri, Hristiyanlığın esasları
müjde
hristiyanlığın esasları
hakikat
ilke
gerçek

Onun söylediği şey gerçek. - What he says is gospel.

(Din) Büşra, müjde (İncilin bir ismi)
Gospel, kilisedeki törenler esnasında org ya da piyano eşliğiyle, genellikle bir kadın vokalin söylediği doğaçlamalardır. Cenazelerde ölen kişiye edilen dualarla ağıt şeklinde, dini günlerde ise İsa'yı öven, Tanrı'ya dualardan oluşan sözlerden oluşur
i., Hrist. dört İncil'den biri, İncil
(isim) İncil
{i} İncil

Onlar İncil'i tüm dünyaya yaydılar. - They spread the Gospel all over the world.

incili şerif
{i} bir inanç sisteminin temel ilkeleri
incil/ilke
{i} asıl gerçek
gospel truth asıl hakikat
dört incilden biri
gospel truth
asıl hakikat
gospel song
gospel şarkı
gospel truth
asıl gerçek
gospel music
siyah Amerikalılara özgü dini müzik türü
gospel truth
çıplak gerçek
the gospel
incil

Onlar İncil'i tüm dünyaya yaydılar. - They spread the Gospel all over the world.

ghetto gospel
ötekilerin gerçekleri
preach the gospel
İncili yaymak
take for gospel
gospel için almak
the gospel
gospel
Turkish - Turkish
ABD zencilerinin dinsel şarkısı
Kilisedeki törenler esnasında org ya da piyano eşliğinde, genellikle bir kadın vokalin söylediği doğaçlamalar
English - English
Alternative spelling of gospel
One of the first four books of the New Testament, Matthew, Mark, Luke or John
the teaching of Divine grace as distinguished from the Law or Divine commandments
gospel music
A message expected to have positive reception or effect
The first section of the Christian New Testament scripture, comprising the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, concerned with the life, death, and teachings of Jesus
An account of the life, death, and teachings of Jesus, generally written during the first several centuries of the Common Era
{v} to instruct in the gospel
{n} GOD's word through CHRIST
Christianity, alternative spelling of gospel
{i} any of the four first books of the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John); excerpt from one of the four Gospels
(Literally "good news," a literal translation of the Greek word "euangelion ") The story of Yeshua who "died for our sins according to the Scriptures, and was buried and rose again the third day according to the Scriptures " (I Corinthians 15: 3,4)
Old English term for good news (godspell), a translation of the Greek term for the same; a literary genre represented in the New Testament by four books (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John) and in the New Testament apocrypha by sixteen other books The canonical gospels tell the story of the public life, death, and resurrection of Jesus They were written between 65-100 C E
If you take something as gospel, or as gospel truth, you believe that it is completely true. The results were not to be taken as gospel He wouldn't say this if it weren't the gospel truth. Any of the four New Testament books narrating the life and death of Jesus. The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are placed at the beginning of the New Testament and make up about half its total text. Since the 18th century, the first three have been called the Synoptic Gospels, because they give similar accounts of the ministry of Jesus. The term is also applied to apocryphal works of the 2nd century (e.g., The Gospel of Thomas). gospel music Social Gospel Lindisfarne Gospels
Anything propounded or accepted as infallibly true; as, they took his words for gospel
The good news, or message, of how Jesus Christ redeemed, or paid for, the sins of man by dying on the cross The substitutionary death of Christ (Isaiah 53)
In the Christian religion, the gospel refers to the message and teachings of Jesus Christ, as explained in the New Testament. I didn't shirk my duties. I visited the sick and I preached the gospel
Accordant with, or relating to, the gospel; evangelical; as, gospel righteousness
the Good News of Christ proclaimed by the church: the writings of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John which are part of the New Testament of the Christian Bible
The part of the New Testament about the life of Jesus Gospel means 'good news'
four books in the New Testament that tell the story of Christ's life and teachings an unquestionable truth; "his word was gospel"
The message proclaimed by Jesus Christ and His Church; also the four narratives of His life in the New Testament A passage from one of the Gospels is read at the Holy Eucharist
The last of the scripture readings chanted at the Liturgy
GLAD TIDINGS; THE REVELATION OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH; THE STORY OF CHRIST'S LIFE AS FOUND IN THE FOUR GOSPELS
The first section of the Christian New Testament scripture, comprising the books of Matthew, Mark
from the Old English "godspel," the German "gut spiel," or "good news " In the Christian tradition, it refers to the grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ It also refers collectively to the New Testament literary genre composed of the four books (Mark, Matthew, Luke and John), or "gospels," that provide narratives of Jesus' birth, ministry, death and resurrection See also Euangelion, Synoptic Tradition
The Gospel is the good news that we have forgiveness of sins though Jesus Specifically, the gospel is defined by Paul in 1 Cor 15: 1-4: "Now I make known to you, brethren, the gospel which I preached to you, which also you received, in which also you stand, by which also you are saved, if you hold fast the word which I preached to you, unless you believed in vain For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received, that Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures, and that He was buried, and that He was raised on the third day according to the Scriptures " The gospel comes from God (Gal 1: 10-12), is the power of God for salvation (Rom 1: 16), is a mystery (Eph 6: 19), and is a source of hope (Col 1: 23), faith (Acts 15: 7), life (1 Cor 4: 15), and peace (Eph 6: 15)
This word comes from the Anglo-Saxon word 'godspel' which means "good news" In the Christian understanding the 'Good News' or 'Gospel' is the message about Jesus, that He came to suffer and die for the sins of the world, so that whoever believes and trusts in Him may receive forgiveness from God and eternal life The Gospels are also the four New Testament books which tell the story of Jesus - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John Sometimes they are called the Four Evangelists The word 'evangel' comes from the Greek word for 'good news' - euangellion
A selection from one of the gospels, for use in a religious service; as, the gospel for the day
{i} message taught by Jesus and his followers; story of the life and teachings of Jesus; something considered to be absolutely true and right; rhythmic and emotional musical style which developed among African Americans from the southern United States
In the New Testament of the Bible, the Gospels are the four books which describe the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. the parable in St Matthew's Gospel. an illustrated and illuminated manuscript of the four gospels
a doctrine that is believed to be of great importance; "Newton's writings were gospel for those who followed" four books in the New Testament that tell the story of Christ's life and teachings an unquestionable truth; "his word was gospel" a genre of a capella music originating with Black slaves in the United States and featuring call and response; influential on the development of other genres of popular music (especially soul)
a doctrine that is believed to be of great importance; "Newton's writings were gospel for those who followed"
Literally, the Good News of our Lord Jesus In the liturgy it is the stories from books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, or John read at the Eucharist
'Good news' (Middle English); an account of the life of Jesus 'Good news' (Middle English); an account of the life of Jesus
a genre of a capella music originating with Black slaves in the United States and featuring call and response; influential on the development of other genres of popular music (especially soul)
four books in the New Testament that tell the story of Christ's life and teachings
A panacea; a scheme to bring about some promised reform; a beau ideal Of course the theological word is the Anglo-Saxon godspell, i e God and spel (a story), a translation of the Greek evangelion, the good story "Mr Carnegie's gospel is the very thing for the transition period from social heathendom to social Christianity " - Nineteenth Century (March, 1891, p 380) Gospel according to The chief teaching of [so-and-so] "The Gospel according to Mammon" is the making and collecting of money "The Gospel according to Sir Pertinax Mac Sycophant," is bowing and cringing to those who are in a position to lend you a helping hand
the written body of teachings of a religious group that are generally accepted by that group
Glad tidings; especially, the good news concerning Christ, the Kingdom of God, and salvation
the books of the New Testament of the Bible detailing the life of Christ and the immediate aftermath of his death and resurrection; comprises the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
You can use gospel to refer to a particular way of thinking that a person or group believes in very strongly and that they try to persuade others to accept. the gospel according to my mom
{s} of or pertaining to the gospel
Any system of religious doctrine; sometimes, any system of political doctrine or social philosophy; as, this political gospel
an unquestionable truth; "his word was gospel"
One of the four narratives of the life and death of Jesus Christ, written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John
Gospel or gospel music is a style of religious music that uses strong rhythms and vocal harmony. It is especially popular among black Christians in the southern United States of America. I had to go to church, so I grew up singing gospel The group perform variations on soul and gospel music
Mormon: A term that refers to Mormonism in general Or in particular, Mormonism's intricate plan of salvation "Mormonism so-called - which actually is the gospel of Christ, restored anew this day" (Sharing the Gospel Manual, p 176) Christian: The "Good News" of free and full salvation (eternal life with God in heaven) won for mankind by Jesus Christ
Music played in black Christian churches, usually ecstatic in nature
Gospel shop
A church
Gospel shops
plural form of Gospel shop
gospel music
A type of African American religious music based on folk music melodies with the addition of elements of negro spiritual and jazz
gospel music
type of music based on the hymns and spirituals of Americans from the South; music based on the musical style originating in southern Protestant churches
gospel music
A kind of distinctively American religious music that is associated with evangelism and is based on the melodies of folk music blended with elements of spirituals and jazz. Form of black American music derived from Pentecostal church worship services and from spiritual and blues singing. Recordings of Pentecostal preachers' sermons were immensely popular among African Americans in the 1920s. Taking the scriptural direction "Let everything that breathes praise the Lord" (Psalm 150), Pentecostal churches welcomed timbrels, pianos, banjos, guitars, other stringed instruments, and even brass into their services. Choirs often featured the extremes of female vocal range in antiphonal counterpoint with the preacher's sermon. Other forms of gospel music have included the singing and acoustic guitar playing of itinerant street preachers; individual secular performers; and harmonizing male quartets, whose acts included dance routines and stylized costumes. Gospel music's principal composers and practitioners included Thomas A. Dorsey, who coined the term; the Rev. C.A. Tindley (1851-1933); the blind wandering preacher Rev. Gary Davis (1896-1972); Sister Rosetta Tharpe (1915-73), whose performances took gospel into nightclubs and theatres in the 1930s; and Mahalia Jackson. Gospel music was a significant influence on rhythm and blues and soul music, which have in turn strongly influenced contemporary gospel music
gospel side
The left side of an altar or a chancel as the congregation faces it
gospel song
church song, joyful song associated with evangelism
gospel truth
unquestionable truth, indisputable fact
prosperity gospel
Alternative name for word of faith
Social Gospel
Religious social-reform movement in the U.S., prominent from 1870 to 1920 among liberal Protestant groups. The movement focused on applying moral principles to the improvement of industrialized society and particularly to reforms such as the abolition of child labour, a shorter workweek, and factory regulation. Many of its aims were realized through the rise of organized labour and through legislation of the New Deal
gospels
plural of gospel
Turkish - English
the gospel
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