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Because Isaiah speaks in the present tense (" we are healed "), Word of Faith teaches that believers should accept the reality of a healing that is already theirs.
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Because and Isaiah
Because of his pride he was ejected from his office, and replaced by Eliakim the son of Hilkiah as recorded in Isaiah 22: 15-25.
Because most of the militia were now under U. S. Army command, Reynolds could not give them orders, but he did have two battalions of mounted militia under Major Isaiah Stillman that had not been federalized.
Because of its proximity to the United Nations, the peace theme of the Isaiah Wall and Peace Form One, and Bunche's career as a peacemaker, the park is a popular site for demonstrations and rallies concerning peace and other international issues.
Because and speaks
Because the dream included the knowledge of Sophie's presence, the Queen believes her and speaks with the BFG.
Because of its subject, the poem was reviewed in The British Medical Journal for Nov. 30, 1889, where its poetic diction is taken literally: ' The author speaks of the pestilence and its hellborn brood ; and again of firebolts from heaven's reeking nostrils.
Because she grew up in a controlled environment, she speaks using perfect grammar, rarely using slang.
Because the filmmakers use the 180-degree rule, and have the " good " Gollum looking left as he speaks while the " evil " Gollum looking right, the audience perceives Gollum as two different characters talking to each other.
Because the God of the Bible is a personal God who speaks in words of revelation, Christian meditation responds to this revelation and focuses on that aspect, in contrast to mystic meditations which use mantras.
Because he speaks the language, Spike agrees to help find Ethan and fix things, for the price of two hundred dollars.
Because and present
Because SSL operates below HTTP and has no knowledge of higher-level protocols, SSL servers can only strictly present one certificate for a particular IP / port combination.
Because most borders have been moved and redrawn over time, a great many countries could theoretically present irredentist claims to their neighbors.
Because it spans music from Ragtime to the present day – over 100 years now – jazz can be very difficult to define.
Because it is not the job of science to define human morality, a religious experience is an attempt to connect with a perceived moral past, which is in contrast with the technological present.
Because man has been deaf to the principles and precepts laid down by God in the past, in this present Avataric form, I observe silence.
Because potassium reacts with water vapor present in the air, it is usually stored under anhydrous mineral oil or kerosene.
Because secondary structures are local, many regions of different secondary structure can be present in the same protein molecule.
#: Because the Allied Occupation Zones in Germany were under great strain, the Czechoslovak government, the Polish provisional government and the control council in Hungary were asked to submit an estimate of the time and rate at which further transfers could be carried out having regard to the present situation in Germany and suspend further expulsions until these estimates were integrated into plans for an equitable distribution of these " removed " Germans among the several zones of occupation.
Because the use of broad-spectrum antibiotics encourages the spread of multidrug resistant strains and the development of Clostridium difficile infections, treatment guidelines from the Infectious Disease Society of America, the American Thoracic Society, and other professional organizations recommend minimizing the use of fluoroquinolones and other broad-spectrum antibiotics in less severe infections and in those in which risk factors for multidrug resistance are not present.
Because historians are credited as people who single-mindedly pursue truth, revisionist historians capitalize on the profession ’ s credibility and present their pseudohistory as true scholarship.
Because two bodies were not present, many people believed that two Romanov children escaped the killings.
Because silent films had no synchronized sound for dialogue, onscreen intertitles were used to narrate story points, present key dialogue and sometimes even comment on the action for the cinema audience.
Because SECAM transmits only one color at a time, it is free of the color artifacts present in NTSC and PAL resulting from the combined transmission of both signals.
Because Surrealist writers seldom, if ever, appear to organize their thoughts and the images they present, some people find much of their work difficult to parse.
Because they lack characteristics believed to be present in the common ancestor of other known eutherian mammals, some weak morphological evidence suggests that the Xenarthra are outside the Epitheria, which contains all other known eutherians today.
Because complex systems are dynamical systems they change over time, and prior states may have an influence on present states.
Because there is only one z / OS version ( at least at present ), releases are normally called " Release n ," though more formally they are " Version 1 Release n " or " V1. n ".
Because, however, it is clear that such a letter came about through the advice of some of our religious enemies, we wish to know, and hereby ask the lord regents present, if all or some of them knew of the letter, recommended it, and approved of it.
Because of the role played by water, metamorphic rocks generally contain many elements absent from the original rock, and lack some that originally were present.
Because of the deaths and imprisonments of Académie members during the occupation and other effects of the war, the Académie was unable to meet the quorum of twenty members for his election ; due to the exceptional circumstances, however, his unanimous election by the seventeen members present was accepted.
Because both the nerve to Stapedius and the chorda tympani nerve ( taste ) are branches of the facial nerve, patients with Bell's palsy may present with hyperacusis or loss of taste sensation in the anterior 2 / 3 of the tongue.
Because tags are benign, treatment is unnecessary unless the tags become frequently irritated or present a cosmetic concern.
Because of the high level of acetyl CoA present in the cell, the pyruvate dehydrogenase complex is inhibited, whereas pyruvate carboxylase becomes activated.
Because and tense
Because adjectives can be used as complete predicates, many words used to indicate tense in verbs ( see Verbs: Tense below ) may be used to describe adjectives.
Because of the tense situation in the town, KFOR troops and the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo ( UNMIK ) police were stationed there in large numbers to head off trouble.
Because the strathspey rhythm has four strong beats to the bar, is played quickly ( generally ranging from 108 beats per minute, for Highland Dance, up to 160 beats per minute, for step dance ), and contains many dot-cut ' snaps ', it is a rhythmically tense idiom.
Because the perfect in late Indo-European was no longer simply stative, but began to be used especially of stative actions whose source was a completed action in the past ( e. g. Greek ), this anterior aspect of it was emphasized in a couple of Indo-European daughter languages ( e. g. Latin ), and so it was with Germanic that the perfect came to be used as a simple past tense.
Because that second, subsequent event is itself a past event and the past tense is used to refer to it (" a man ... now found "), the pluperfect is needed to make it clear that the first event ( reaching the limit ) has taken place even earlier in the past.
Because of the tense situation along the country's borders, drills were announced publicly well in advance, and people expecting to be called up waited at home for the announcements to be made.