disciples

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
havarik
disciple
öğrenci
disciple
havari

İsa'nın havarilerinden birinin adı Paulus'tu. - One of Jesus' disciples was named Paul.

disciple
şakirt
disciple
mürit

Utangaç mürit onun cevabını mırıldandı. - The shy disciple mumbled his answer.

Usta gibi, mürit gibi. - Like master, like disciple.

disciple
öndere
disciple
çömez
disciple
öndere bağlı olan kimse
disciple
discipleship taraftarlık
disciple
talebelik
disciple
talebe
disciple
havarilik
disciple
havari/öğrenci
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
plural of disciple
Disciples of Christ
Group of U.S. Protestant churches that originated in the frontier revivals of the early 19th century. Movements founded by Thomas and Alexander Campbell (1763-1854, 1788-1866) and Barton W. Stone (1772-1844) merged in 1832 and took the name Disciples of Christ. The new denomination grew rapidly. Its goal was to unite all Protestants on the basis of New Testament practices. The attempt failed, and the movement itself split into two major segments: the more conservative Churches of Christ (which rejects any innovation without New Testament precedent, including musical instruments in worship) and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Other conservative congregations separated from the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the 1920s; they established a separate annual gathering, the North American Christian Convention, in 1927. In 1985 the Disciples of Christ entered into an ecumenical partnership with the United Church of Christ. The common Disciples heritage is still manifest in the meetings of the World Convention of Churches of Christ, organized in 1930
Disciple
Any of the followers of Jesus Christ
disciple
To train, educate, teach

fraile youth is oft to follie led, / Through false allurement of that pleasing baite, / That better were in vertues discipled .

disciple
one who believes the teaching of another, or who adopts and follows some doctrine
disciple
{v} to correct
disciple
{n} a scholar, learner, follower
Disciple
One of the twelve disciples of Jesus sent out as Apostles
disciple
1 follower 2 walking the path of light or darkness 3 spiritual teacher
disciple
From the Greek word meaning "learner," the term is applied in the New Testament to followers of particular religious figures, such as Moses (John 9: 28), John the Baptist (Luke 11: 1; John 1: 35), the Pharisees (Mark 2: 18), or Jesus Although it applies especially to the Twelve (Matt 20: 17), it also designates others who associated with Jesus (Matt 14: 26) Paul made numerous disciples "for Christ" (Acts 20: 1, 7; 21: 16)
disciple
   a follower The disciples of Jesus were those who followed, or tried to follow, his teachings
disciple
an meditator who is capable of forming a stable attunement with an Initiate, so that he or she can receive inner teachings from that Spiritual Teacher, and channel Light and Guidance emanating from that Teacher to others This is the stage on the Path beyond the Aspirant: after much inner preparation, an Aspirant can be prepared to work as a disciple
disciple
One who receives instruction from another; a scholar; a learner; especially, a follower who has learned to believe in the truth of the doctrine of his teacher; an adherent in doctrine; as, the disciples of Plato; the disciples of our Savior
disciple
a scholar, sometimes applied to the followers of John the Baptist (Matt 9: 14), and of the Pharisees (22: 16), but principally to the followers of Christ A disciple of Christ is one who (1) believes his doctrine, (2) rests on his sacrifice, (3) imbibes his spirit, and (4) imitates his example (Matt 10: 24; Luke 14: 26, 27, 33; John 6: 69)
disciple
An individual committed not only to learning the information of a set of teachings, but also to the practice of that information
disciple
If you are someone's disciple, you are influenced by their teachings and try to follow their example. a disciple of Freud. = follower
disciple
someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another
disciple
The pupils and students of God's teachings; also refers to one of the twelve apostles
disciple
To make disciples of; to convert to doctrines or principles
disciple
[M206] A synonym for dependent
disciple
To teach; to train
disciple
A pupil or follower of a religion, a person, or a movement As Christians we are to be disciples of Jesus (Luke 14: 26,27) We follow in the teaching and example of what He said and did A disciple is a convert but not all converts are disciples As disciples we are to bear our cross daily (Matt 16: 24) This means to live and die for Him if necessary (Matt 16: 25)
disciple
Greek for "one who follows," a term used in scripture for students of a master
disciple
A person who learns from another, especially one who then teaches others
disciple
A person who has come to trust in and follow Jesus - enjoying a personal relationship with him A disciple desires and allows Jesus to lead him/her through the school of life, learning to put into practice the things of God
disciple
{i} pupil, follower, adherent, devotee
disciple
A person who follows the teachings of Jesus
disciple
To punish; to discipline
disciple
A FOLLOWER OF CHRIST The word disciple can refer to men or women who believed and followed the teachings of Jesus Christ Thus they were 'disciplined' in His doctrine This term should not be confused with the term Apostle
disciple
An active follower or adherent of someone, or some philosophy etc
disciples

    Турецкое произношение

    dîsaypılz

    Произношение

    /dəˈsīpəlz/ /dɪˈsaɪpəlz/

    Этимология

    [ di-'sI-p&l ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English discipul and Old French desciple, from Late Latin and Latin; Late Latin discipulus follower of Jesus Christ in his lifetime, from Latin, pupil.

    Слово дня

    prudential
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