Asked in Catholic Confirmation
What is the importance of wonder and awe during the confirmation?
Let's put this in different wording. If I tell you about someone you cannot see, you must imagine that person. If I told you more, speaking with awe and wonder in my voice, you might also "imagine" feeling that kind of wonderment. When churches and religious leaders speak about Christ, it should produce feelings of wonderment...awe... to just imagine Christ's greatness, and compassion. As part of Christ, the Holy Spirit should also make us wonder in awe and reverence. This ability to...
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms
What is the synonym of awe?
Awe can be used as a noun, verb, adverb, adjective, et cetera, and some of its meanings depend on its use. Common synonyms of awe in its various uses are terror, dread, fright, trepidation, fearfulness, fear, admiration, respect, amazement, surprise, wonderment, astonishment, reverence, esteem, veneration, worship, fear, frighten, amaze, astonish, astound, impress, overwhelm, stun, awe, dumbfound, hypnotize, take somebody's breath away, bowl over, overpower, bedazzle, blind, daze, confuse, and overwhelm. ...
Asked in Example Sentences
What is a sentence using the word awe?
The word 'awe' can be a verb and a noun. Example sentences: The young girl's story inspired the awe of her classmates. (noun) A dramatic unveiling of the statue will awe the art patrons. (verb) Additional examples: The crowd was in awe at the site of the celebrities. When she saw the pyramids she was in awe of their size. He stared in awe at the immense size of the vessel before him. The children watched in awe as the butterfly pulled itself...
Asked in Adjectives and Articles
What is the adjective form of awe?
The adjective forms of the verb to awe are the present participle, awing (an awing sight), and the past participle, awed (the awed crowd). The adjective forms of the noun 'awe' are awful and awesome. The past participle of the verb to awe can be an adjective: awed. To mean "instilling awe" it would be the overused adjective awesome. Originally the adjective awful had a similar meaning, but now is used (like terrible) to mean very bad, or very poorly done. ...
Asked in Science Experiments
What does the responding variable mean in a science experiment?
The responding variable is the one variable that changes as a result of altering the manipulating variables. In an experiment, different conditions of the responding variable can be observed, such as quantity, quality, time, distance and height. Read more: What Does "Responding Variable" Mean? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/facts_7190954__responding-variable_-mean_.html#ixzz1Aa8rlLQT ...