The right hand of God (Dextera Domini “right hand of the Lord” in Latin) or God’s right hand may refer to the Bible and common speech as a metaphor for the omnipotence of God and as a motif in art.
In the Bible, to be at the right side “is to be identified as being in the special place of honor”.
Who is the left hand of God?
The Left Hand of God is the story of sixteen-year-old Thomas Cale, who has grown up imprisoned at the Sanctuary of the Redeemers, a fortress run by a secretive sect of warrior monks in a distant, dystopian past.
Does Gabriel sit at the left hand of God?
The Archangel Gabriel is referred to as “the Left Hand of God” The Left Hand of God: a Biography of the Holy Spirit, a 1998 book by Catholic theologian Adolf Holl.
What does the right hand of fellowship signify?
The Right Hand of Fellowship is a ritual intended to welcome a new member into the fellowship of a congregation or welcoming a new minister into the fellowship of ministers. The Right Hand of Christian Fellowship is a practice performed by many sects of Christianity as an extension of brotherhood into the church.