indwelling indwelling

Definition(s):

  • (adj) existing or residing as an inner activating spirit or force or principle

Usage(s):

  1. It was a spiritual force once, but the indwelling spirit will have to be restated if it is to calm the waters again, and probably restated in a non-Christian form.
  2. The Call's music is not retrograde or nostalgic, but it does hearken heavily to the indwelling mysteries that Dylan and the Band and Van Morrison also heard.
  3. It was a spiritual force once, but the indwelling spirit will have to be restated if it is to calm the waters again, and probably restated in a non-Christian form.

News

  • Chuck Owen and the Jazz Surge: River Runs

    composer/conductor 's Jazz Surge is bolstered by a thirty-four member reed, brass and string section that helps guide the listener on a picturesque journey along a number of rivers of various shapes, sizes and currents whose aim is to rekindle through musical portraiture the indwelling love of water in each of us as it heightens our awareness of and appreciation for one of nature's awe-inspiring ...
    on August 5, 2013     Source: All About Jazz

Quotes

  1. "We're very interested in people knowing their Lord, falling in love with Him, and learning how to live by His indwelling life," Viola, a church planter and best-selling author, told The Christian Post in an e-mail. "The way to be a true...
    on Jun 23, 2010 By: Frank Viola Source: Gospel Herald

  2. "The central idea of 'Occupant' is that idea of discovering the core of self and indwelling there regardless of the cost," Ruehl said recently during a phone interview. "To align one's self with one's self. : That's at the core of the play,...
    on Jun 23, 2008 By: Mercedes Ruehl Source: The Leader Newspapers

  3. "Remarkable courage, doubtless born of sincere convictions and enhanced by the power of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, transformed suffering, sorrow and even death into superlative witness," Patterson said. "Our churches will have to...
    on Feb 22, 2007 By: Paige Patterson Source: BP News

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