When, however, it is taught by an unclean boy, there is a feeling of defilement from the first.
Methought the Lord must needs turn His face from so much traffic and disorder and defilement of His Holy House.
Pilate did what he did, not of himself, but at the express instance of the emperor; to prove the limits of our slavishness, and to force us into defilement and into the worship of the Abomination.
Everywhere defilement was taking the land by force or by stealth.
The Talmud (Mishna), declared three cleansings were necessary for leprosy and three for children, thus placing the bringing of an immortal being into life upon the same plane of defilement with the most hideous plague of antiquity.
Or if it be the case that they are washed indeed in baptism, but yet continue in the defilement of their unrighteousness, from which they were unwilling to be changed for the better, the same is true also of the heretics.
The sanctity of God was represented to her under the semblance of a vast sea, with whose limpid waters no defilement however small was allowed to mingle, all such being instantaneously rejected.
Brahmans, would consider such defilement as an insult to their religion.
They argue that their rivals perform an operation, the defilement of which can only be wiped off by bathing the head with a solution of sacred earth taken from besides the roots of the tulsi plant (Ocimum sanctum).
The act of defilement alleged was the performance of abishekam, or the pouring of cocoanut-water over the lingam.
Was this the defilement and the manner of her defilement?
Well, the defilementwas burned away; she felt uplifted, purified, purified by fire sent from heaven, by the flame that had stricken Herman von Essen to death.
Those ceremonies which were prescribed in the cleansing of a leper, were not ordained for the purpose of taking away the defilement of leprosy.
Let us cleanse ourselves from all defilement of the flesh and of the spirit.
They avoided the defilement of a river, or of the shadow of a man; and it was forbidden to uncover in the sight of the sun or moon.
The soul of man is created pure; but from the first the body has certain impure parts, and the defilement which Angromainyu brought into the bodies of men.
Add, if you will, the ceremony of cleansing a person who had contracteddefilement by touching a dead body.
With this imperfect and negative peace, or, to speak more correctly, truce, of conscience is contrasted the living, eager worship of him whose enlightened conscience has been purified from spiritual defilement by the blood of Christ.
Why, the very defilement is unreal and artificial.
More honorable than the Cherubim, and more glorious beyond compare than the Seraphim: without defilement you gave birth to God the Word: true Theotokos, we magnify you!
More honorable than the Cherubim, and more glorious beyond compare than the Seraphim: without defilement you gave birth to God the Word: true Theotokos, we magnify you.
After Breakfast More honorable than the Cherubim, and more glorious beyond compare than the Seraphim: without defilement you gave birth to God the Word: true Theotokos, we magnify you.
More honorable than the Cherubim, and more glorious beyond compare than the Seraphim: without defilement you gave birth to God the Word.
Pray to Him Who is mercifully disposed and Whom you bore, O Pure Mother, that we may be delivered from transgressions and defilement of soul, who cry out with faith: Blessed art Thou, O God of our fathers!
Cleanse, O Lord, the defilement of my soul and save me, for Thou lovest mankind.
Cleanse, O Lord, my humble soul from every defilement of flesh and spirit.
Cleanse us from all defilement of flesh and spirit.
At this time if a chief died the land was polluted, and the heirs sought a residence in another part of the country until the corpse was dissected and the bones tied in a bundle, which being done, the season of defilement terminated.
The morning following Kamehameha's death, Liholiho and his train departed for Kohala, according to the suggestions of the priest, to avoid the defilement occasioned by the dead.
It is hard to say why the peculiar defilement caused by touching a dead body or being present at a death is that alone on which special attention is fixed in the Nazirite law (vi.
Their entrance into the sacred tent is an approach to Jehovah, and from His purity there is thrown a defilement on human life.
Associated, however, in the statute before us with leprosy, defilement from the dead may have been decreed to prevent the spread of disease.
In order to meet the case an animal was to be offered, and the residue of its burning was to be kept for use whenever the defilement of death had to be taken away.
Here the whole scope of the legislation regarding defilement has its highest range of suggestion.
He was all the more under the suspicion of defilementthat he had undertaken special obligations of purity.
But as a legislator he is not concerned with ceremonial transgressions, the defilementcaused by dead bodies, and the like.
It was religious, for the sense of defilement belonged to religion; but when under the necessity of the occasion any one applied the water of purification, his sense of acting the priestly part was reduced to the lowest point.
The law did not ordain that in cases ofdefilement there might be immediate purification by washing or sacrifice.
Some intangible defilement seems to have been associated with everything mundane, everything human.
Leviticus, defilementis attributed to the nephesh.
Purification there must be from all defilement of flesh and spirit.
The only intent which his act did not overtake, was the defilement of Isabel.
It is a sly insinuation that length of years, and the being much hacknied in the ways of men, as Shakespeare expresses it, take off the gloss of virtue, and bring much defilement on the manners.
He will, ere long, out of the Bosom of Power draw forth the Hands of Ascendancy and Might—Hands who will arise to win victory for this Youth and who will purge mankind from the defilement of the outcast and the ungodly.
Christs by the thousands, who had found no Josephs of Arimathea to hide their defilement in garden-sepulchres.
The period of defilement varies with the nearness of relationship.
Wash yourselves thoroughly, O people of Bahá, from the defilement of the world, and of all that pertaineth unto it.
He shall cleanse the earth from the defilement of their corruption, and shall give it for an heritage unto such of His servants as are nigh unto Him.
He will, erelong, out of the Bosom of Power, draw forth the Hands of Ascendancy and Might—Hands who will arise to win victory for this Youth, and who will purge mankind from the defilement of the outcast and the ungodly.