1. Afflicting definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation
2. Synonyms & Antonyms of Afflicting (Entry 1 of 2) hard to accept or bear especially emotionally the Afflicting sight of so many earthquake victims was too much even for some hardened rescue workers
3. Afflicting synonyms, Afflicting pronunciation, Afflicting translation, English dictionary definition of Afflicting
4. Afflicting In English, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives
5. This strength, however, is nearly lost in the midst of many weaknesses Afflicting …
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7. What does Afflicting mean? Information and translations of Afflicting in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
8. So Afflicting your soul on Yom Kippur means physically fasting, and being spiritually affected by that fast as well
9. Synonyms for Afflicting include painful, agonising, agonizing, grievous, excruciating, harrowing, harsh, bitter, torturous and tormenting
10. Afflicting definition: deeply distressing ; painful Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
11. Afflicting the Comfortable, Comforting the Afflicted: A Guide to Law and Gospel Preaching [Monson, Glenn L., Satterlee, Craig Alan] on Amazon.com
12. Afflicting the Comfortable, Comforting the Afflicted: A Guide to Law and Gospel Preaching
13. 5 Bible Verses about Afflicting Your Soul
14. Definition of AFFLICT, AFFLICTED, AFFLICTER, Afflicting, AFFLICTION, AFFLICTIVE, and AFFLICTIVELY from the King James Bible Dictionary Thou hast magnified thy word above all thy name
15. How to use the word Afflicting in a Sentence? Sample usage from literary quotes and the newswire
16. Comforting the Comfortable, Afflicting the Afflicted
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18. Injustices: The Supreme Court's History of Comforting the Comfortable and Afflicting the Afflicted
19. Gruesome cancer Afflicting Tasmanian devils may be waning, a hopeful sign
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21. Afflicting: betrübend, quälend: Translations: 1 – 1 / 1
22. ‘To be sure, the social and economic problems Afflicting these nations are acute, but the current crisis is at root a political one, and progress will not come without serious reform.’ ‘All joking aside, the most important health problem Afflicting our nation right now is …
23. What the Bible says about Fasting as Afflicting Souls (From Forerunner Commentary) Leviticus 23:26-32 The Day of Atonement is a commanded feast of God
24. The invisible hazard Afflicting thousands of schools Students line up outside El Marino Language School as vehicles zoom by on Interstate 405 in Culver City, California
25. But the concept of God comforting the afflicted and Afflicting the comforted is thoroughly Biblical
26. Gulf War Syndrome is a multi-system disorder Afflicting many veterans of Western armies in the 1990-1991 Gulf War
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28. Doctors race to understand new illness Afflicting children
29. Elizabeth How, for Afflicting Mercy Lewis ) [+ June 29, 1692 ] Anno Regis et Reginae Willm et Mariae: nunc Angliae &c: Quarto
30. Antonyms for Afflicting include gratifying, pleasing, sweet, pleasant, comforting, trivial, slight, insignificant, unimportant and mild
31. Afflicting our souls, diminishing our ‘fat and blood’ – as fasting Christians we may not as readily as Rav Sheshet imaginatively engage with the sacrificing High Priest entering the innermost part of the sanctuary on the Day of Atonement to be ‘humbled’ by God
32. Bible verses about Afflicting Your Soul
33. In her 2015 book, The Short Stories of Jesus, New Testament and Jewish Studies professor Amy-Jill Levine argues that religion is meant "to comfort the afflicted and to afflict the comfortable." She further suggests that we would do well to think of the parables of Jesus as doing this Afflicting: “If we hear a parable and think, 'I really like that' or, worse, fail to take any challenge, we
34. ‘Moral Stress’ a Malady Afflicting Health Care Workers during Pandemic
35. Moody and by accounts of his advisers sometimes depressed, the president barely shows up to work, ignoring the health and economic crises Afflicting the nation and largely clearing his public
36. UGHE Student Studies Soil-Related Disease Afflicting Farmers Posted on Apr 23, 2019 Three volcanoes in the Virunga Mountains loom over agricultural fields at dusk in Musanze, Rwanda, where long-term exposure to soil is Afflicting farmers with a tropical disease called podoconiosis, characterized by swelling of the feet and legs.
af·flic′tive adj. af·flic′tive·ly adv. Synonyms: afflict, agonize, rack 1, torment, torture. These verbs mean to bring great harm or suffering to someone: afflicted with severe arthritis; agonized to see her suffering; racked with guilt; tormented by migraine headaches; tortured by painful memories.
1. The state of being afflicted a state of pain, distress, or grief. Some virtues are seen only in affliction. 2. The cause of continued pain of body or mind, as sickness, losses, calamity, adversity, persecution. Many are the afflictions of the righteous. Psalms 34 . Copyright Statement Dictionary of Words from the King James Bible.
Question: "What does the Bible say about affliction?". Answer: Affliction is that which causes pain and suffering through physical infirmity and/or mental distress. Individuals and nations can be afflicted, and that affliction is often attributed to the Lord and His punishment (Isaiah 45:7; Amos 3:6).