Finished Work

Some articles on finished work, work, works:

Technical Drawing - Methods - Sketching
... drawing that is not intended as a finished work ... ideas and establish a composition before undertaking a more finished work, especially when the finished work is expensive and time consuming ...
Pentecostalism - Statistics and Denominations
... Durham began preaching his Finished Work doctrine in 1910, many Pentecostals rejected the Wesleyan doctrine of entire sanctification and began to ... These Baptistic, Reformed, or Finished Work Pentecostals teach that a person is initially sanctified at the moment of conversion ... There are 390 denominations that adhere to the finished work position ...
Pentecostalism - History - Early Revivals: 1900–1929 - Early Controversies
... understanding of sanctification as a definite, instantaneous experience and "second work of grace" ... In 1910, William Durham of Chicago first articulated the Finished Work, a doctrine which located sanctification at the moment of salvation and held that after conversion the Christian would ... The Finished Work, however, would ultimately gain ascendancy among Pentecostals ...
Modello
... study or model, usually at a smaller scale, for a work of art or architecture, especially one produced for the approval of the commissioning patron ... Modern definitions in reference works vary somewhat ... modello is only used of pieces which pre-date the finished work, and were at least in part produced by the main artist involved ...

Famous quotes containing the words work and/or finished:

    A work which is not here: a covenant
    ‘Twill be between us; but, whatever fate
    Befal thee, I shall love thee to the last,
    And bear thy memory with me to the grave.”
    William Wordsworth (1770–1850)

    Protestantism came and gave a great blow to the religious and ritualistic rhythm of the year, in human life. Non-conformity almost finished the deed.... Mankind has got to get back to the rhythm of the cosmos, and the permanence of marriage.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)