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- n. The condition of being a disciple
- n. The period during which a person is a disciple
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state of being a disciple or follower in doctrines and precepts.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being a disciple or follower of another in doctrines and precepts.
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- n. the position of disciple
For these areas to be touched, the Bible League with its practical method focused on evangelism and discipleship, is desperately needed.
Peter's brother; though he was senior to Peter in discipleship, and instrumental to bring Peter to Christ, yet Peter afterwards so far outshone him that he is described by his relation to Peter: he acquainted Christ with what they had at hand; and in this we may see,
Now the word discipleship begs a number of questions.
And when he was alone, they that were about him with the twelve -- probably those who followed Him most closely and were firmest in discipleship, next to the Twelve. asked of him the parable -- The reply would seem to intimate that this parable of the sower was of that fundamental, comprehensive, and introductory character which we have assigned to it (see on  Mt
I felt the demands, I knew I was a sinner, I knew well the discipleship was a challenge and a burden-although a sweet one.
How are we 'formed' in that particular kind of discipleship that is episcopal ministry?
Hence if a man preach or do something similar by the authority of his superiors, he does not rise above the degree of "discipleship" or "subjection," which is competent to religious.
It may be noted that this kind of discipleship, which, as we have already seen, was attempted by Palladius, was a recognized thing among the Egyptian hermits.
This is the kind of discipleship which the Master demands.
A long time ago, in the Charismatic Church I belonged to, there was a big split - 1/2 the church went into 'discipleship' and the other half stayed where they were.