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WOSWeb of Knowledge
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WOSWall of Sound (record label)
WOSWindows Operating System (Microsoft)
WOSWaste of Space (website)
WOSWholly Owned Subsidiary
WOSWorld of Speed (racing game)
WOSWall of Shame
WOSWorld of Springfield (Playmates Toys toy series)
WOSWatches of Switzerland
WOSWomen of Substance (online radio)
WOSWorkplace Operating System
WOSWeb Object Service
WOSWireless Office Systems
WOSWindows Operating System
WOSWorld of Sport
WOSWeb Ordering System (software)
WOSWorld of Spectrum
WOSWell of Souls
WOSWebserver On Stick
WOSWashington Ornithological Society
WOSWilson Ornithological Society
WOSWages of Sin (Arch Enemy album; also game)
WOSWalk of Shame
WOSWork Order System
WOSWorking Out Scheme (various locations)
WOSWeeks Of Supply
WOSWorking Operating System
WOSWife Over Shoulder
WOSWonders of Science
WOSWild Olympic Salmon
WOSWindow on Science
WOSWeapons of Sound (band)
WOSWhite Oak Stables (online horse game)
WOSWarriors of Silence (gaming clan)
WOSWestchester Oratorio Society
WOSWaiver of Subrogation (insurance policies)
WOSWolfson Ornithological Society
WOSWarriors of Scandinavia (gaming clan)
WOSWeb Version Oriac and Siriac
WOSWorkstation Operation System
WOSWartime Operational State
WOSWashover String (oilfield)
WOSWholesale Operator Services (telecommunications)
WOSWindow of Service (outsourcing)
WOSWaikato Outdoor Society (New Zealand)
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Certainly, the contemplation of death, as the wages of sin, and passage to another world, is holy and religious; but the fear of it, as a tribute due unto nature, is weak.
He discusses the inscrutable joy of the melancholy Dane and the mystical theology of the Eastern Church, for the wages of sin is the sickness unto death: anxiety and despair in light of the East, the crucifixion and resurrection of the understanding: Kierkegaard's epistemology in light of the East, being as love: personhood and communion, and concluding unscientific remarks on the ecclesiastical event.
Yes, it is only Jesus, the Son of God who came to the world and became Man, knew why he was sent here by His Father - to redeem the people from the wages of sin. He was beforehand destined to give his life so others may live blessed lives.
Initially, when DP's foot soldiers rose up to resist the anti-graft war, Kenyans could be mistaken for believing they were a few malcontents or culprits shouting to extricate themselves from their 'wages of sin'.
As early as in the Garden of Eden, God had promised that the Christ, the One anointed with God's Spirit, would die to free humankind from the wages of sin which is death, and from the power of the author of sin which is Satan.
"For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord" (Romans 6:23).
In line with the theme of the event, Righteousness Exalt a Nation, there were various scriptural and motivational inscriptions such as God bless Nigeria; it shall be well with Nigeria; Nigeria: Be healed, be whole, prosper, amen; Corruption leads to destruction; Wages of sin is death, among others.
As the Holy Bible states, 'the wages of sin is death.'
And the worldwide publicity these attacks generate ensures even the most isolated would-be traitor gets the message that the wages of sin is death.
However, we older ones do face the wages of sin for our taking ways: We have paper collections everywhere that are too precious to destroy, while the next generation has everything in compact digital form!
We are told that the wages of sin is death, not everlasting torture.