from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of testifying, or giving testimony or evidence; a witnessing; testimony; evidence.
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- noun The act of testifying, or giving testimony or evidence.
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- noun The act of
testifying, or giving testimonyor evidence.
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[FN#226] Another audacious parody of the Moslem "testification" to the one God, and to Mohammed the Apostle.
The prophet came with (a Book containing) testification to what (books) were already there and also with a light to be followed.
And therefore at this time wee doe extende our good minde vnto your highnesse, by well concerning, and publishing also abroad, how much we repute our selfe bound in an euerlasting remembrance for this good pleasure to our Subiects, meaning to yeelde a much more large and plentifull testification of our thankefulnesse, when time conuenient shall fall out, and the same shall bee looked for at our handes.
And, in testification of my sincerity in saying this, I shall make the following offer.
Now, for a testification of this is this only intended.
Explication — The next and principal ends of all instituted worship, in respect of believers, are, the increase of the grace of God in them, their edification in their most holy faith, and the testification of the good-will of God unto them: Eph. iv.
And some of them are peculiarly designed by the Lord Christ for the testification of their love and union among themselves: 1 Cor. x.
Of the particulars of this testification of the Spirit, and of its absolving the soul from its old alliance, I shall speak afterward.
By a confirmation or testification of the love of the church unto him, 2 Cor. ii.
Answer — By the exercise of that communion with God in Christ Jesus which, in their due observation, he graciously invites and admits us unto, for the increase of his grace in us, and the testification of his love and good-will towards us.