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I don`t always know how lucky I am to have worked with such a drummer for 40 years. I felt incredibly happy, blessed, and privileged, considering that what my lawyer had told me would be the most likely outcome. My blessed mother had even packed a gigantic Tony`s Caramel candy bar, six ounces and six inches of total sugar pleasure. I feel blessed to have the joy of being able to develop what I do with love while receiving support from those who follow me. I realized that we are lucky to have so many things every day and I wanted to give something back. And Jesus took the five loaves and the two fishes, and when he looked up to heaven, he blessed them. Luke 9:16. I don`t see any limits, so I`m just blessed to do what I`m doing right now, and I`m always looking forward to the next day. These sample phrases are automatically selected from various online information sources to reflect the current use of the word “blessed.” The views expressed in the examples do not represent the views of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us your feedback. And God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it. Genesis 2:3 Bless, transitive verb preterit, and present participle blessed or blessed. “Blessed Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/blessed.

Retrieved 4 October 2022. All Cohen had to do was add a “blessed memory” after mentioning each political sacrifice. Nglish: Translation of Blessed for Spanish Speakers This is the blessing with which Moses blessed the children of Israel. Deut 33. And Isaac called Jacob and blessed him. 1. Moses 28:3 To travelers blessed with a golden sun, the Rhine may have a greater and nobler appearance, and I leave it to them. I had resigned myself to dying at that time, and I feel so blessed every day that I am still alive. 5. Consecrate through prayer; to invoke a blessing.

Bless, n. blessing; expressed a wish for happiness; A prayer that asks for happiness from the other. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord. Revelation 14:13. 3. Among the Jews, a gift; a gift; Either because it was accompanied by good wishes for the well-being of the donor, or because it was the way to increase happiness. Blessed thistle. A plant of the genus Cnicus, sometimes used in decoctions, for a bitter. Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God. Please take my blessing to you.

Gen.33. 7. To praise; enlarge; for excellence. Psalm 104:1 1. Express a wish for happiness to someone; express a desire or desire for happiness. 2. Any means of happiness; a gift, advantage or advantage; which promotes temporal prosperity and well-being or ensures immortal bliss. A just and pious magistrate is a public blessing. God`s favor is the greatest blessing. 9. Say a solemn prophetic blessing.

Genesis 2:37 Deuteronomy 33:11 before the 12th century, in the sense of meaning 1a. Bless, ppr. Bless; wishes good luck; praise or praise; Consecration through prayer. The Lord your God will bless you in all that you do. Deuteronomy 15:4 BLESSED, S. Made happy or rich; Rented; Very happy. BLESSED, a. Happy; rich in world affairs; enjoy God`s spiritual happiness and favor; Enjoy heavenly bliss.

Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is in me. Psalm 103:1 Blessed in Thinking for Bliss, can be written this way, not only for rhyme, but because blessing and bliss are from the same root. 2. To make you happy; to succeed; thrive in temporal matters; How blessed we are with peace and abundance. 1. A solemn prophetic blessing in which happiness is desired, invoked, or foretold. 8. Joyfully appreciate or report; with the reciprocal pronoun. 4. To deposit or consecrate sacred purposes; Make holy and pronounce.

The nations will bless themselves in him. Jeremiah 4:2. Johnson assumes that the word means to wave or swing, and to have received this meaning from the ancient rite of blessing a field by pointing his hands at all parts of it. Middle English, Old English blÄtsian, blÅd blood; From the use of blood to consecration 10. In this line of Spenser, it can mean throwing, because it is almost the primary meaning.

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