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man of God

A man who is devout in his belief in God. He is a man of God who has devoted his life to serving others.
See also: god, man, of

man of God

1 a clergyman. 2 a holy man or saint.
See also: god, man, of

a ˌman of ˈGod/the ˈcloth

(old-fashioned, formal) a religious man, especially a priest or a clergyman
See also: cloth, god, man, of
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Rowley, "The Meaning of Sacrifice in the Old Testament," in Men of God, 67-110; previously published in Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 33 (1950-51), 74-110.
Who are these wishy-washy men of God who so readily (but cautiously of course) support the gods of men?
They are four men of God who lead lives of quiet inspiration.
Perhaps in order to further PK's penetration into states and local communities and expand its internal hierarchy of "ambassadors" and "key men," McCartney also announced a January 1998 "pastors-only" summit meeting called "Building Mighty Men of God.
Fortunately, men of God tend to take ethical considerations more seriously than do politicians.
The enemy is real, and he doesn't like to see men of God take a stand for Jesus Christ and contest his lies.