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  1. Taujin
    “The Father is not made nor created nor begotten by anyone. The Son is from the Father alone, not made or created, but begotten Let him who wishes to be saved, think thus concerning the Trinity. But it is necessary for eternal salvation that he faithfully believe also in the incarnation.
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  2. Kagarn
    “God the Eternal Father, whom we designate by the exalted name-title ‘Elohim,’ is the literal Parent of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and of the spirits of the human race” (“The Father and the Son: A Doctrinal Exposition by the First Presidency and the Twelve,” in James E. Talmage, The Articles of Faith, ).
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  3. Dushakar
    VEGA is the father. Hayden is the seraph who gave doomguy immortality in the flashback, Hayden also stole the father causing the downfall of Makyr world - causing the events of Doom Eternal. Hayden used the stolen father to create VEGA. in other words, VEGA is the father. when VEGA is plugged in at Urdak VEGA 'remembers' he's the father.
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  4. Magor
    Nov 07,  · Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Father Eternal, Ruler of Creation # · Oasis Chorale Hymns of the Church, Vol. 1 ℗ Oasis Chorale Released on: .
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  5. Daizuru
    Eternal Father was the favorite hymn of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and was sung at his funeral in Hyde Park, New York, in April It was also played by the Navy Band in as.
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  6. Mazumi
    Eternal Father, was a favorite hymn of both President Theodore Roosevelt, a former Secretary of the Navy (), and President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a former Assistant Secretary of the Navy. It was performed as the body of President John F. Kennedy, a PT boat commander in World War II, was brought to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol.
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  7. Nidal
    “Eternal Father, Strong to Save” has also appeared in several films, including The Right Stuff and The Perfect Storm. For many people, especially those who have served in the armed forces, this hymn embodies memories of their service, their patriotism and their hopes. Dr. Hawn is professor of sacred music at Perkins School of Theology, SMU.
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