- v. present participle of inbreathe.
“The descriptions, graphic as they undoubtedly are, lack for the most part the final imaginative touch; the kind of inbreathing of life which afterwards gave such individual charm to Dickens 'word-painting.”
“I sat in meditation two days and two nights, abstracting my mind; inbreathing and outbreathing in the required manner”
“From hence, I say, it is, -- namely, from the nature and name of the Holy Spirit, -- that his immediate actings on the minds of men, in the supernatural communication of divine revelations unto them, is called "inspiration" or inbreathing.”
“Never did I hear any thing more sonorously grand and awful than that portentous inbreathing of Gog and Magog, resounding through the Gothic vastness of Guildhall; but, behold! how omnipotent is the dreaming imagination!”
“Symbolically, we may say with the Hindus that the Universe begins and ends with two opposite movements: an emanation from Brahmâ, it is born when the breast of God sends forth the heavenly outbreathing, it dies, reabsorbed, when the universal inbreathing takes place.”
“It possesses the power to attract and to repel; a microcosm, it has its outbreathing and inbreathing, as has the Macrocosm; like Brahmâ, it creates its bodies and destroys them, although in the vast majority of mankind it exercises this power more or less unconsciously and under the irresistible impulsion of the force of evolution -- the divine Will.”
“Here followed an ominous inbreathing, ending in an explosive”
“It is an inspired Book, and inspiration is the inbreathing of God himself.”
“Inspiration means an 'inbreathing,' a breathing in of true knowledge, and because the omnipresent Good comes into every consciousness prepared to receive it, there is an inbreathing in accordance with the readiness to receive.”
“The inbreathing of the Almighty, All-powerful Truth, giveth understanding.”
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Terms and phrases from John Owen's (1616-1683) theological writings, to some of which the collective title Pneumatologia has been posthumously applied. Some few of the terms listed herein are Septu...
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