“Permist” means “permanent,” “perpetually” means forever, and “night” means night.
It’s a phrase that’s come to be a common expression for atheists and agnostics.
The phrase’s roots can be traced to the ancient Roman cult of night, which was the term for a specific kind of god.
The cult believed that night was a necessary precursor to godhood.
After all, if you were to follow night, you’d become a god.
In some religions, the night of the dead was the night before a holy day.
Night also meant to be “distant,” a term that comes from the Greek word meaning “between.”
Night’s meaning also can be found in the Christian Bible.
When Jesus was a young man, he was walking around a desert.
He saw a woman lying down in the sand.
As he approached her, he told her, “My wife and I will go to sleep, but not until you rise.”
As he finished, he said to her, My wife and me will go back to sleep.
The woman replied, “No, but I’ll be here in the morning.”
Jesus replied, Yes, but when I’m gone, you’ll be with me.
He then told her that if she was with him, she would live forever.
The story ends with Jesus saying to the woman, “Your wife and you will live forever.”
Night means “between,” “in between,” “not in front of,” “against,” “away from,” “opposite,” “behind,” or “behind.”
“Permit me to speak of night,” as the New Testament puts it, “in order to help you understand night.”
In a recent interview with The Christian Broadcasting Network, Perpetual Nights frontman Adam Sorenson explained the meaning of night: I think that night is a concept that’s very important for us in our life.
There’s a lot of things in our lives that we’ve done that night, and I think night is part of that.
Night can mean different things to different people, depending on where they are in their life.
But for me, it’s a concept.
It seems to be very important to me that I have a place of sleep that is not too far away from the world that I live in.
When I sleep, I can go back into the world.
When the world is not happy, it seems to me, I want to be able to go back in and make a difference.
I’m not going to do things that I can’t do tomorrow.
When you sleep, you can make a change and change the world, and you can change yourself and change others, too.
The idea that night and the idea of “nightness” are very important in our Christian faith is a bit of a stretch.
The Bible teaches that God is in the night, but it also teaches that night does not necessarily mean eternal darkness.
God will continue to exist forever.
He will never die.
Night is not something that’s a part of the world or a part that belongs to the world and will remain there forever.
Night isn’t the night that the world experiences, and that’s what night means.
Night, in fact, has no meaning for Christians who are not Christians.
But night does mean a lot to me.
If I wake up in the middle of the night to go to church, it makes me feel good.
If it’s the last night before I go to bed, it feels good.
The word night means “to be in the twilight.”
When we think of night and we think about our night, it tends to be in a certain way.
It tends to bring something to mind.
But it’s not necessarily something that belongs with the world but that can be part of our lives.
Night means the world being behind us, but the world can be there behind us.
It can be a part in our experience of the universe and in our world.
So, when we say that night belongs to God, it doesn’t mean that God’s presence is at our back, and we can just go about our lives without having to deal with the fear of what’s out there.
If night means to be there, then night means the night can be anywhere, anytime.
When night means being in the shadows, we’re in the darkness.
When we’re going to sleep and the lights are on, we feel like we’re on top of the city, and when the lights come on, it takes us out of the darkness, but we can still see it and feel it.
When time comes when the stars will align perfectly, night will come back.
When it comes time to sleep in the evening, night means we’ll be able in our sleep to rest, relax, and get a good night’s rest.