Christ Within


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Noun1.Christ Within - a divine presence believed by Quakers to enlighten and guide the soulChrist Within - a divine presence believed by Quakers to enlighten and guide the soul
ethical motive, ethics, morals, morality - motivation based on ideas of right and wrong
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Our college motto of Christ Within Us All is the galvanising statement against which we measure all our successes.
Paul the Apostle addresses the struggles of serving the church by saying that it is Christ within him that empowers him to continue in the work of teaching (Colossians 1:28-29).
celestial empowers women to go forth and bear the light of Christ within the world.
Emeritus Professor of the Theological Faculty of the Centre de Sevres in Paris, French theologian Bernard Sesoue has written "Gospel and Tradition", a 208-page compendium focusing upon how Christian tradition affects and is affect by new circumstances in terms of Christian communities understanding concerning the understanding and proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ within the context of the Roman Catholic church.
I walk in with Christ within me, looking at others with Christ within them, and try to help them find the peace within themselves," she says.
The power of Christ within you is greater than the power of evil around you.
Rather than pulling people out of their community, isolating them and adding them into our Christian community, we should work to make them followers of Christ within their existing communities, to dialogue, to extend the church as an inclusive community, to count them in, to develop religious harmony, and to seek peace with all.
In light of the complexities of Myanmar, the book asks how one can introduce and communicate Christ within this unique context.
This work helpfully illuminates some of the rich resources available in tradition for interpreting Christ within an evolutionary framework.
In a series of further theological contributions, Moltmann located both the cross and resurrection of Christ within a social teaching of the Trinitarian God, always mindful of the social and political currents.
The "Letter to Rodrigo Sanchez de Arevalo" (1443) invokes the "rules of learned ignorance" to envision a "conjectural Church," which reflects Christ within the sensible, historical world.