Definition of House of prayer

1. Noun. Any building where congregations gather for prayer.

Lexicographical Neighbors of House Of Prayer

house martins
house master
house mice
house mouse
house music
house number
house numbers
house of God
house of accommodation
house of cards
house of correction
house of detention
house of ill repute
house of prayer (current term)
house of worship
house officer
house organ
house organs
house paint
house painter
house painting
house parties
house party
house physician
house plant
house plants
house points

Literary usage of House of prayer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1823)
"But, oh happy meeting more, for that would be the house of prayer made a den of blessed will, send us upon earth one God, where is Christian Religion free ..."

2. Meditations and Contemplations by James Hervey (1813)
"... permit sinfull mortals to approach his Majesty ; and promise " to make them joyful in his house of prayer !" Thin should more Nay, the everlasting GOD ..."

3. Old England and New England, in a series of views taken on the spot by Alfred Bunn (1853)
"Institutions and Lyceums of New England—Their character and thoir advantages—A house of prayer turned into a den of thieves—Laughing forbidden—The laity ..."

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