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- n. the act of imparting something, or the thing imparted
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- n. The act of imparting, or the thing imparted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of imparting.
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- n. the transmission of information
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Our oneness with Him even now in His exalted position above (Eph 2: 6), so that all that belongs to Him of righteousness, &c., belongs to us also by perfect imputation and progressive impartation, is the ground of our love being perfected so that we can have confidence in the day of judgment.
A quote: That we disapprove of Latter Rain doctrines and practices such as "impartation,"
In the land of the mega-church, the impartation of ashes was an opportunity to be identified with him who was despised and rejected, or at least with him who was a religious sideshow oddity.
Simon the Sorcerer in Acts 8 – Simon tries to cut a deal with Peter for distribution rights on the impartation of the Holy Spirit and Peter answers, “May your money perish with you, because you thought you could buy the gift of God with money!”
You are in awe at God's revelation and impartation of knowledge.
Biblical preaching is more proclamation of truth than just impartation of information.
At no time during the impartation or tutoring to the requisite response on the test is it the job of any teacher to tell little Johnny that his beliefs that God created it all are "wrong."
In other words, a supernatural being that ‘reveals’ itself in the natural world, through personal appearances, visitations, the enactment of miracles, the impartation of moral codices, etc., is not merely highly improbable but impossible and the application of rigorous logic has demonstrated this to be so.
Night after night my sleep was broken by a sharp jab on the ankle, an elbow in the ribs and the impartation of a remembered instruction far too important to risk forgetting by morning.
I went to prayer today knowing that we'd be doing some impartation for a group that was taking another class.