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- proper noun religion entering
heavenwhile still alive
- proper noun Christianity specifically, the believed entry of
Jesus Christinto heaven after his resurrection.
- proper noun Christianity a
holidaycelebrating the Ascension of Jesus, 40 days after Easter.
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And he taught them, that after Jesus had manifested himself to his Disciples to be “that Christ that was crucified, dead and buried;” and by his appearing and conversing with his Disciples for the space of forty days after his Resurrection, he then, and not till then, ascended into Heaven in the sight of those Disciples; namely, on that day which we call the Ascension, or Holy Thursday.
The control of matter in passing altogether out of it, as He in what we call His Ascension into Heaven.
Disciples; namely, on that day which we call the Ascension, or Holy
Christ's Ascension is therefore not a spectacle for the disciples but an event into which they themselves are included.
There is more information from Robert Nagle about this tragic case and the Justice System in Ascension Parish.
The famous version of the Ascension from the Mount of Olives comes from the Acts of the Apostles (Acts 1: 4-12) which is just outside Jerusalem.
In one: a pair of Acne jeans, a Michael Kors watch, a Roberto Cavalli ring and a silk scarf from the eco-label Ascension for wrapping around the head and neck.
What we call the Ascension is not about space or distance.
Ascension is really one of the top fan films out there, and it beats the two official flicks by a mile (perhaps that’s part of why they’re asking you to take down the flick).
Where "A Love Supreme" depicts a spiritual awakening, the title of "Ascension" suggests an ascent to Heaven or a higher consciousness.