revelation

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  • People are not able to know anything about God except through this self-revelation.
  • What's the point of revelation if we could figure it out ourselves?
  • Following these revelations the group became less active, but did not close down altogether.
  • He believed he could easily distinguish between his own thinking and these revelations.
  • Revelations by the press on his past also had a role in this decision.
  • The Book of Revelation is thought by some to have been written during this period.
  • The term prophet is applied to those who receive public or private revelation.
  • Individual members believe that they can also receive personal revelation from God in conducting their lives.
  • Revelations about the extreme right past of one member led to a motion in Parliament.
  • As they get their breath, the Writer has a revelation about the room's true nature.
  • History is the scene of the revelation God makes of the mystery of his person.
  • This occurred in light of the revelations of a similar incident over California.
  • The message is that everything in Revelation will happen in its previously appointed time.
  • In addition, there are revelations of a secret society whose members include Law's long lost son.
  • Now in both of these, human knowledge is assisted by the revelation of grace.
  • He or she would then leave with some new revelation or renewed interest about themselves or someone close to them.
  • Shaw threw her husband out of the family home following the revelation.
  • The response to the revelations in the intelligence community has been mixed.
  • Various types of private revelations have been reported in the Catholic Church.
  • Revelation re-released the four individual volumes under their label.
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Meaning of revelation

  • noun An enlightening or astonishing disclosure
  • noun Communication of knowledge to man by a divine or supernatural agency
  • noun The last book of the new testament; contains visionary descriptions of heaven and of conflicts between good and evil and of the end of the world; attributed to saint john the apostle