covenant

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covenant

a constraint placed by local government authority upon the use of land or buildings. Applies to such matters as size of lots, use to which land can be put, amount of land that can be covered by a building.
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For anyone who covenantally bonds with God through the Sabbath, God will bestow blessings and promises in the spatial dimension upon that person--in God's house an eternal name and memorial will remain, the person will be brought to God's sacred mountain, his sacrifices will be accepted on God's altar, and that person will experience joy in God's house, which will be called "a house of prayer for all peoples.
Maintaining the abusing priest's attachment to the body of the church keeps him, his victims, his crimes and his needs visible to hierarchy covenantally required to hold all of that in their sights.
23) Nisker believes that the effectiveness of the medical educator-student relationship will likely be improved if developed covenantally and grounded in the moral nature of the profession.