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“The word charismatic is derived from the Greek word charis (meaning a grace or a gift) which is the term used in the Bible to describe a wide range of supernatural experiences (especially in 1 Corinthians 12-14).”
“Let us be mildly philological for a moment, and realise that the word charis in Greek is the substantive of which the verb is chairo, to rejoice.”
“We translate the word charis by the English word "grace," which means, apart from its theological sense, a rich endowment of charm and beauty, a thing which is essentially a gift, and which cannot be captured by taking thought.”
“Not unfrequently the office itself is called charis, a grace or favour.”
“°! punk rock princess/i am free. says: ok i gtg call charis now gatsby says: hha gatsby says: kk”
“Col. 1, 25, Paul speaks of the oikonomi'a as given; here it is charis which is said to be given.”
“charis," which is rendered as grace, gift or favor.”
“Her motive, through love charis, was to help the fishermen by attempting to save them pain, frustration, and wasted time.”
“So -- and her delivery was incredible -- a charis -- a less charismatic person probably couldn't pull it off.”
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