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postil

(ˈpɒstɪl)
n
1. (Bible) a commentary or marginal note, as in a Bible
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) a homily or collection of homilies
vb, -tils, -tiling, -tiled, -tils, -tilling or -tilled
obsolete to annotate (a biblical passage)
[C15 (postille): from Old French postille from Medieval Latin postilla, perhaps from post illa (verba textus), after these words in the text, often the opening phrase of such an annotation]

Postil

 collection of homilies, 1566.

postil


Past participle: postiled/postilled
Gerund: postiling/postilling

Imperative
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postil
Present
I postil
you postil
he/she/it postils
we postil
you postil
they postil
Preterite
I postiled/postilled
you postiled/postilled
he/she/it postiled/postilled
we postiled/postilled
you postiled/postilled
they postiled/postilled
Present Continuous
I am postiling/postilling
you are postiling/postilling
he/she/it is postiling/postilling
we are postiling/postilling
you are postiling/postilling
they are postiling/postilling
Present Perfect
I have postiled/postilled
you have postiled/postilled
he/she/it has postiled/postilled
we have postiled/postilled
you have postiled/postilled
they have postiled/postilled
Past Continuous
I was postiling/postilling
you were postiling/postilling
he/she/it was postiling/postilling
we were postiling/postilling
you were postiling/postilling
they were postiling/postilling
Past Perfect
I had postiled/postilled
you had postiled/postilled
he/she/it had postiled/postilled
we had postiled/postilled
you had postiled/postilled
they had postiled/postilled
Future
I will postil
you will postil
he/she/it will postil
we will postil
you will postil
they will postil
Future Perfect
I will have postiled/postilled
you will have postiled/postilled
he/she/it will have postiled/postilled
we will have postiled/postilled
you will have postiled/postilled
they will have postiled/postilled
Future Continuous
I will be postiling/postilling
you will be postiling/postilling
he/she/it will be postiling/postilling
we will be postiling/postilling
you will be postiling/postilling
they will be postiling/postilling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been postiling/postilling
you have been postiling/postilling
he/she/it has been postiling/postilling
we have been postiling/postilling
you have been postiling/postilling
they have been postiling/postilling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been postiling/postilling
you will have been postiling/postilling
he/she/it will have been postiling/postilling
we will have been postiling/postilling
you will have been postiling/postilling
they will have been postiling/postilling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been postiling/postilling
you had been postiling/postilling
he/she/it had been postiling/postilling
we had been postiling/postilling
you had been postiling/postilling
they had been postiling/postilling
Conditional
I would postil
you would postil
he/she/it would postil
we would postil
you would postil
they would postil
Past Conditional
I would have postiled/postilled
you would have postiled/postilled
he/she/it would have postiled/postilled
we would have postiled/postilled
you would have postiled/postilled
they would have postiled/postilled
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Not only is my conscience at rest in this, but my reputation is sufficiently safeguarded by the number of my sermons and especially by the latest Postil [containing sermons for the Sundays] from Epiphany to Easter, wherein I have made known abundantly my faith concerning infant baptism.
In an epistle sermon for Advent 4 (text: Philippians 4:4-7) in his postil (30) John Brenz (1499-1570) used the story of Jehoshaphat to assure his audience that God is near to, hears, and helps those who are in his service and call upon him.
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Though nearly identical, this is not the Advent Postil on Matthew 11:2-10 translated in The Sermons of Martin Luther (Grand Rapids, Mich.