Answer A Cockney is (usually) a working class person from London, England - particularly from the East End of London. Traditionally, to qualify to be a Cockney you had to… be born within earshot of "The Bow Bells" - that is the bells of the Church of St. Mary le Bow, in London. An abode is where someone lives, so it could be the East End of London, or a person's house in that area. A Cockney's Abode is also known as "ome".(that's how they pronounce home) (MORE)
An abode is a living place or home. A fox lives in a den which it digs into the earth. Usually, the dog fox, or male, lives there with the vixen, or female, and their kits, or… babies. Foxes are canines, and are related to dogs. (MORE)
Adobe Reader is software that lets you read PDF files. It is available free from Adobe (see link below). Mac OSX comes with Preview (in the Applications folder) which will d…o much the same thing as Adobe Reader or you can read PDFs in Safari. (MORE)
Liberty of abode is freedom of person to have his home in any place chosen and to change it at will, and go travel as he pleases without interference from any source, except u…pon lawful order of the court or in interest of national security, public safety or public health. This is shown in Chapter 8 of the Constitutional Law. (MORE)
Christians have always believed that God is a spirit and not limited by time and space; thus God is present everywhere. Yet, traditionally, Christians have used the …term 'heaven' to speak of God's abode because humans tend to think in the very terms of time and space which cannot contain God. Heaven is not a place (because it is not contained within a space) but an experience of being with God and one another in a state of endless happiness, openness, joy and peace..
Jews, Christians and Muslims have traditionally seen angels as being messengers of God; thus, they have interacted with human beings, but their 'abode' is with God in the experience of heaven. (MORE)
Throughout the ages, down through the corridors of time, can be heard the echo of the cry of God's heart for a people in whom He might dwell. Since before the foundations of t…he earth were laid, it has been the desire of His heart: that man might be the dwelling place of God. The Lord purposed that through the building of the tabernacle (Exodus 25:8; 29:45; Leviticus 26:11-12) and the construction of the temple (1 Kings 6:13, 14; 2 Chronicles 6:18) there might be an outward expression of His incessant desire to dwell with man. However, these were only temporary provisions. God does not dwell "in temples made with hands." (Isaiah 66:1-2; Acts 7:48-50; 17:24, 25 cp. Jeremiah 7:4; Matthew 24:1, 2) "But will God indeed dwell on the earth? Behold, the heaven and heaven of heavens cannot contain Thee; how much less this house that I have builded?" (1 Kings 8:27) Primarily, it was in Jesus that the intent of God's heart found fulfillment. "The Word was made flesh, and dwelt (or, tabernacled) among us..." (John 1:14) His name was called "Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God With Us." (Matthew 1:23) The tabernacle of Moses was only a type of "the true tabernacle, which the Lord pitched, and not man..." (Hebrews 8:2, 5; 9:25) "... Behold, the tabernacle (the abode) of God is with man, and He will dwell with them, and they shall be His people ..." (Revelation 21:3) God's ultimate intention, however, has been to make His abode within the heart of every believer. (John 14:23) Jesus promised that the same Spirit that "dwelleth with you ... shall be in you." (John 14:17) His place of habitation is within His people: "Sing and rejoice, O daughter of Zion: for, lo, I come, and I will dwell in the midst of thee, saith the Lord." (Zechariah 2:10) In Old Testament times the Spirit of God would "come and go" - His Presence would enter, bless, and depart. (Numbers 9:15-23; 11:25; 2Chronicles 5:13-14) Yet the Lord longed for a place in which He might continually dwell, or make His abode. "For the Lord hath chosen Zion; He hath desired it for His habitation ... here will I dwell; for I have desired it." (Psalms 132:13, 14) We pray earnestly for "the visitation of God" in our lives. It is a phrase used freely in reference to the manifestation of His Presence. However, God wants to do more than "visit" the lives of His people: He wants to move in! "Abide in Me," Jesus said, "and I in you." (John 15:4) To abide means "to continue, to dwell." (John 8:31; 15:9) The test of genuine revival is in whether or not there have been changed lives - and often this becomes evident only afterwards. If the Lord is "just visiting," then things will go back to usual when the glory leaves. But when an eternal work has taken place in those lives, the individual will no longer be content to return to his former state of affairs, as before. He has tasted of eternity and shall find satisfaction in nothing less. Revival does not come cheap; it will cost us our lives. But only as we lay our lives down can we know the fullness of His Life in us. So we see that, although in Old Testament times God "inhabited the praises of Israel" (Psalms 22:3), under the New Covenant by His Spirit He seeks to inhabit us - His people. "In Him we live, and move, and have our being." (Acts 17:28) Now therefore ye are no more strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints, and of the household of God . . . In whom all the building fitly framed together groweth unto an holy temple in the Lord: In whom ye also are builded together for an habitation of God through the Spirit." (Ephesians 2:19-22) " . . . and the name of the city from that day shall be, The Lord Is There." (Ezekiel 48:35) (MORE)
Liberty to abode includes the right to choose one's residence to leave it whenever one pleases, within the limits prescribed by law, to travel where one wills, and to return t…o his place of residence, except in the interest of national security, public safety, and health. (MORE)
Most things are water based like trees and plants and animals and even humans so if they dont have water they will not survive.70% of the human body is water and if you dont d…rink water you become dehydrated and very ill. (MORE)
Question: How do you but Adobe Flash Player onto an Apple Ipad? Answer: Apple does not support third party programs like this, the main reason for this is so that people wi…ll not play flash games, if everyone plays flash games and not the games in the "App Store" Apple would lose business. (MORE)
something that is required for many games, animations, and other media content on the internet are presented in flash form. Unless you have downloaded flashplayer, you wont be… able to view them. (MORE)
Ares was not widely worshiped in Ancient Greece, save in Sparta, where he was viewed second only to Athena (the city's patron god). The Spartans built their society on the pri…ncipals of war, and it would have been a good place for the god of war to reside. (MORE)
God is not a little mystical ball of energy that zips around here-&-there in multi-lightning speed, as if HE should abide literally within your heart or brain. The Bible says …that God exists in 'the heavens of the heavens' (whatever that means); but it probably means that he exists OUTSIDE of what he later himself created, 'the heaven and earth'. (Genesis 1:1) Since God is eternal, he existed long before the things he created, therefore he exists outside of them; and is in no way bound by the laws of the Universe, which he also invented and created from himself. Since we are simply 'humans', the Bible explains things in a way so that we as humans can only partially grasp them; using human terms. This is what the expression really means: -- It's when we accept the CONCEPT of a Creator into our intellect (mind) and into our love (heart), then it can be said that God abides in both the heart and mind. But only if we show evidence of this by living according to the righteous requirements he has placed for mankind.; that it can be said that God abides in our mind and our heart. .
Answer: God is spiritual essence. He has put a 'spirit' in Man which empowers his brain with 'mind-power.' In Scripture, the heart and brain are most times interchangeable as the 'center' of a human being. As such, Jesus told us several times how He is 'IN' the Father and the Father is in Him. For us to become children in the God Family, we must have both of these divine beings in us - begetting us as Christ was physically begotten as a child of God: John 14:19-21 New King James Version (NKJV) Indwelling of the Father and the Son 19 "A little while longer and the world will see Me no more, but you will see Me. Because I live, you will live also. 20 At that day you will know that I am in My Father, and you in Me, and I in you. 21 He who has My commandments and keeps them, it is he who loves Me. And he who loves Me will be loved by My Father, and I will love him and manifest Myself to him." Note: The Scripture speaks of 3 heavens: the sky, the universe, and the highest heaven - the Throne of God or the heavens of the heavens..
Suggest you read all of John chapters 14 through 16 to better understand the 'Helper or Comforter' - God's Holy Spirit, aka the Spirit of Christ within the firstfruits now. Many other Scripture speaks to the spirit within us guiding us and one of my personal favorites is:.
Galatians 2:20-21 New King James Version (NKJV).
20 I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me. 21 I do not set aside the grace of God; for if righteousness comes through the law, then Christ died in vain.". (MORE)
Yes, the noun 'abode' is a common noun , a general word for a place where one staysor lives. The word 'abode' is also the past participle, past tense of theverb to abide (a…bides, abiding, abided or abode). (MORE)
Adobe is the Spanish word for m ud brick, a natural building material made from sand, clay,water, and some kind of fibrous or organic material (sticks, straw,and/or manure), …usually shaped into bricks using molds and dried inthe sun. These bricks were used to make pueblos in New Mexico. Sources: I live in New Mexico where there are many adobe houses. (MORE)