Christ meaning “the living God” is used in many ways in the Bible, including the title of a poem by John Milton: “A little chur is a little joy.”
But it can also be interpreted as the word for “people”, “family”, “community”, “people”.
It is a word that has become more prevalent in modern India, as a result of the country’s economic and demographic changes.
According to the Census Bureau, the number of Christians in India has increased from 7.9 million in 2010 to 8.2 million in 2020.
And in 2020, more than 30 percent of the population was Christian.
In India, the word means “community of believers”, and is usually used to describe religious institutions, like churches and temples, as well as communities that worship in a particular way.
As a result, it is commonly used in contexts such as weddings, funerals, weddings, weddings and funerals.
In the context of weddings, for example, it can be used to refer to a family or community that is planning a wedding ceremony.
The word “christ” is also used to mean “community” in Hindi.
And there are two different forms of “christ”.
The first form is used when someone is referring to a person who is part of a religious group.
“Cricket player” and “Cronulla Sharks” are two of the popular names given to Christian Australians.
It is also sometimes used in a religious context, as in the words “Kabhi kapal kabhi” (“We’re all kabir kabirs”) and “Chikka chikka kabira” (“All our prayers are answered”).
However, the second form of the word is used for people who belong to a particular religion, which is different from “community”.
“Chur” is an adjective used to denote a person’s faith.
It can also mean a person belonging to a specific religion.
In Hinduism, the term “chakras” means “heart” or “heart of the universe”.
In Hindu scriptures, the chakras are a series of veins on the heart that supply nutrients to the body.
The chakrs are located in the middle of the chest.
The term “church” can also refer to people who have a particular religious practice.
In fact, in modern times, “church-going” has become a part of the Indian lexicon.
According to the census, the population of Indian Hindus is estimated to be around 9 million, of whom around half are Christian.
According the census data, in the years 2010 to 2020, almost 60 percent of Indian Christians were born outside India.
Christianity is a religion that has been largely neglected by Indian society for decades.
This has prompted some commentators to argue that Christianity in India is dying.
However, this is not true.
Christian missionaries are actively trying to revive Christianity in the country.
In a 2015 interview, then-Christian minister P.N. Nambiar told the BBC that India was the only country in the world where Christianity was dying.