The word deacon is never used in that chapter that I can find. I have always been taught that they were deacons, but now I wonder that maybe they were elders or presbyters. The word deacon is never used in that chapter that I can find. I have always been taught that they were deacons, but now I wonder that maybe they were elders or presbyters.
He didnt have any
I haven't any.
I'm Baptist. In our church, deacons write the bylaws along with the pastor. If for some reason the pastor disagrees then they have a discussion over the matter. then the church as a whole can vote on it in a business meeting. In an independent baptist church the pastor can override any or all deacons if he believes it is following God's will for the church. In a southern baptist church the pastor pretty much has no say over the deacons. He can however put in a "vote" to have deacons removed if he believes they are not follwing the will of God. Bylaws do not change often because they are a huge hassle and it does not really need to be changed often because it should be really close to the Word of God.
In a Baptist church, the main duty of leadership falls to the pastor/preacher, who is expected to lead his church according to the Bible. He is free to appoint deacons (or have them elected, etc.) and other leadership roles as he sees fit. Some pastors prefer alot of help; some prefer very little. Any and all authority that the deacons have is determined by the pastor.
Yes, the word 'young' is a noun, a common noun; a general word for any offspring of any person or any creature.The word 'young' is also an adjective, a word used to describe a noun.
Any word can be used in a sentence.... that is what sentences are about - conveying information using words. So, if any word begins with pre~, it can be used in a sentence.
A pronoun is any word that acts as a noun. An adjective modifies a noun. The difference between a possessive adjective (my, his, her) and a possessive pronoun is that the adjective form can be used before a noun, while the pronoun form is used with a verb. The pronoun "his" is both an adjective and a pronoun, while "her" is an adjective and "hers" is a pronoun, one that could not be used before a noun (It is her ball. It is her ball.)
There are 3 acts, and i don't think there are any scenes... it separated in acts only.
Whoha is a word used as a substitute for any other word you do not wish to speak.
No, he never used that word.
well with this a microprocessor is use in any computer and or device that siamliary acts like a computer. a microprocessor is a CPU. which is like a brain to a computer or device that acts like a computer.
Substance is a word that can be used for any type of matter. The substance in the jar was neither liquid or solid.
The word any is an adverb. It can also be used as a determiner and a pronoun.
A church has a constitution and states how the moneys of the church will be used. Usually the deacons have the say over who handles the finances of the church. Many deacons have the say over the committees and have a nominating committee that puts to the church a group of people known as the finance committee. These people are elected by vote. The finance committee is the one that usually makes the budget and controls the money.
any comparative word is used in a simile but not a metaphor
Basically, any word can be used in the beginning of a sentence.
The Deacon is usually the right hand of the pastor. In the absence of the pastor the chairman of the Deacon Board or ministry is in charge. If the church is for any reason without a pastor the deacon(s) are in charge. That is spiritually, financially, and will give counsel when necessary. In many traditional baptist churches the deacons pretty much run everything, this often includes the Pastor, as he answers to the Deacons. The deacons in the baptist church are the only other ordained ministry other than the pastor. Therefore the relation of the Deacons and Pastor are usually very close.
In the King James version the word - obligation - is not used at all, nor is any word which begins with the letters - oblig~
The word Satan comes from the Hebrew word sah-TAHN (???) which means "adversary". It is important to note that in Hebrew, this word is not used as a name, and does not refer to any specific being; it refers to any adversary.
As with any Bible "word count" question, the answer can vary depending on the translation being considered.The word "refreshing" appears twice in the Standard, King James and New King James versions, in Isaiah 28:12 and Acts 3:19, and once in the NIV (Acts 3:19).
there were not any acts in the act, the only act was the actual act
Frictional force acts against speed of any object.
It's illegal in any manner that word is used.