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merchandise 11
merchants 1
merciful 1
mercy 16
mere 15
merely 45
merit 5
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16 invalid
16 marriages
16 mentions
16 mercy
16 myron
16 occurred
16 partaking

Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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mercy

   Council,  Canon
1 1”,8 | sinner could no longer have mercy bestowed upon him, according 2 1”,11 | the Council to show them mercy. So, as many as truly and 3 1”,12 | more kindly treatment and mercy. But as for all those who 4 3”,8 | we ought rather to have mercy on the old man, who had 5 3”,8 | warranted in showing him mercy, nor would it have bestowed 6 7”,80 | crucified for our sake, have mercy upon us,” but this addition 7 7”,101| accordingly to mete out mercy in due proportion to the 8 7”,101| due proportion mete out mercy, mitigating, or lightening, 9 7”,101| magnanimous; and doing both for mercy’s sake, in order, on the 10 8”,23 | of God’s philanthropy and mercy. St. Gregory the Theologian, 11 8”,23 | earth is full of the Lord’s mercy. As for how these letters 12 8”,23 | Holy and Immortal, have mercy upon us.” Nicephorus asserts 13 8”,23 | Immortal.” The expression “have mercy upon us” is borrowed from 14 8”,23 | of Life. The words “have mercy upon us,” being construed 15 8”,23 | singular (i.e., have thou mercy upon us) signifies the single 16 8”,23 | realize that what God wants is mercy, and not sacrifice; and


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