#dailyword

Posts Share

@biblebite 1 Corinthians 6 vs 19 📖: This is one of the most exciting verse I have posted to date 😅...⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 'What? Know ye not that your body is a temple of the Holy Ghost, which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own.' ⁣⁣ .⁣⁣ When Jesus came, died for our sin and rose again, he opened the way for us to have direct communication with God! This was something that the hight priest could enjoy only once a year, in the Holy of Holies either in the Tabernacle or Temple.(Hebrews 9 vs 6-15 📖) ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ It's something truly amazing, because what Jesus did on the cross, when he died and rose, meant that we can have a personal relationship with God, not having to rely on someone else to portray a message back and forth like Moses or the prophet Samuel.... That is why he did it... So that we we can be in relationship with the Father....This is what the Good News IS ALL about, for ALL of us!...⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ What Jesus did means we have a direct connection with God because he sent his Holy Spirit to live inside of us (John 14 vs 16-17 📖). WE become the temple of the holy Spirit... ... God's Holy Spirit, his 'Ruach Hakodesh' (in Hebrew), lives inside of you to guide, protect, comfort, convict and teach you, and always points us to the Father. The best bit about it all is we all get to share in this wonderful relationship because of the price Jesus paid for us on the cross... .⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ So let's not throw back his free gift of grace, if you think you're unworthy because of your past, in effect you're choosing to say what Jesus did wasn't good enough for you...⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Think about that one...⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Instead, accept the gift by faith (Ephesians 2 vs 8 📖), know that God's Holy Spirit lives on the inside of you, and choose therefore, knowing that you are his temple, to honour him with it with your life choices. We should never take what Jesus did, or who we now are in him, for granted. Bless you guys 🙏😊❤📖⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ #holybible #Bible #wordoftheday #dailyword #bibleverse ⁣⁣ #quotestoliveby #biblequotes #scripture #wisdom #hope ⁣⁣ #love #joy #positive #peace #truth #encouragement #faith⁣⁣ #believe #truth #Christian #pray #God #Jesus #holyspirit ⁣⁣ #wordofgod #guidance #promise #future

Share 1406 91
peace.whisperer. The perfect definition of 'Overthink' doesn't exis...
_
Type 'ART' let

The perfect definition of 'Overthink' doesn't exis... _ Type 'ART' letter by letter if you agree ♥️

Share 7827 96

Sermon 1.0.3. Ezekiel 36 vs 26 📖: 'A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit will I put within you: and I will take away the stony heart out of your flesh, and I will give you a heart of flesh'⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ There is so much in this verse, but I'm going to take us somewhere specific today. God has been speaking to me lately about his word being alive...⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ God is saying here that he will give us a new heart and new spirit. The word spirit in this verse in Hebrew is 'Ruwach' which can be interpreted as the Holy Spirit. Almost every translation of the Bible says that God will 'put a new spirit within us', now if that's not renewing out spirits, its sending us His. He also says he will give us new hearts too... Now have a look at this 🔎👀⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ Jeremiah 31 vs 33 📖 says 'But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel (remember we are grafted into that house, Ephesians 2:11-13 📖; Ephesians 2:19 📖; Ephesians 3:6 📖; Romans 11:17-24 📖); after those days, saith the Lord, I will put my Law in their inward parts, and write it in their hearts; and so I will be their God and they will be my people'... ⁣ ⁣ The term 'inner parts' in the original Hebrew is the word 'qereb' meaning the seat of our thought and emotions...⁣⁣ this is the heart of who we are, what makes us us... God wants to plant himself right in our hearts ❤️⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ So, firstly God will place His spirit on the inside of us... (Ezekiel 36 vs 26 📖); we know this to be true because we are the temple of the Holy spirit (1 Corinthians 6 vs 19 📖). Second, God will put his law in our inner parts, in our hearts (Jeremiah 31 vs 33 📖 and Hebrews 10 vs 16 📖).⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ What this means for us is that the word, which was with God and which is God (John 1 vs 1 📖), the word which became flesh (John 1 vs 14 📖) and which refreshes our souls (Psalms 19 vs 7 📖), now lives on the inside of us... ⁣ ⁣ So... when we have God's spirit living on the inside of us, his word dwells withing us, and his word not only becomes alive to us, but lives in us!... When we spend time in God's word, it becomes living to us, part of us, and integral to healthy life. Love you guys ❤️📖

Share 6591 204
inspired_by_johnathan_mikael. One thing I hate about social media is that it has made people into ph

One thing I hate about social media is that it has made people into phonies who portray a fake persona. Everyone wants to pretend to be someone they aren't to a bunch of people that they will never meet in real life. . . I went to a very nice catered work party last night, and looked very nice according to my coworkers. The thing that nobody knew is that I took the train because I had only $15 left in the bank until payday. . . I am a grown man, with grown person bills, I don't have time to be acting rich on social media for likes shares and follows. Many of these social media influencers are on fumes til payday too. But, you believe them to be wealthy and have no problems, because they only show the good of their lives. . . And I am not ragging on them for only showing the good, some people don't want people in their business. But when you are faker than a $3 bill, and putting on a fake persona that makes people depressed about their lives. All the while they are idiolizing and envious of your life that you aren't really living, than I can't respect you. . . To be an influencers you should be authentic and help people, not showing off things that you don't own or really do. Help people to level up if you really are leveled up yourself. Be a motivator, not an arrogant manipulator! . . Social media is for entertainment, connection and conversation. But it is also very harmful when used the way it is used. These influencers are making everyday people feel the standard in life is likes, shares and millions of social media followers. . . Comparing yourself to someone else's life and thinking that you are not living your best life because you aren't living the life someone else is pretending to live. Social media and these faux social media celebs are a drug that sadly can not be checked or limited. . . To many people need social media and go crazy when a social network goes down for a few hours. They feel lost when someone they love seeing doesn't post. And they beg for likes, shares and follows so much that they will lose themselves and their respect for it. CAN WE GET BACK TO BEING REAL PEOPLE?!?!

Share 3 1
deboraharmin. He hasn’t forgotten YOU & your hope in Him, He’s working it out for yo

He hasn’t forgotten YOU & your hope in Him, He’s working it out for you keep trusting Him 🙌 #Christian #Encouragement #DailyWord

Share 6 0
faithdimensionschurch. FDM today’s devotion 📖
“I pray that God, the source of hope, will fil

FDM today’s devotion 📖 “I pray that God, the source of hope, will fill you completely with joy and peace because you trust in him. Then you will overflow with confident hope through the power of the Holy Spirit.” Romans 15:13 . . . #dailyprayers #dailydevotion #devotions #devotionals #morningdevotional #godsword #scriptures #bible #spreadthegospel #jesuslovesyou #morningword #inspiration #inspired #inspirational #inspirationalquotes #wordofgod #wordofgodspeak #dailyword #prayers #givethanks #thankful #thankfulheart #gratitude #bibleverses #miltonkeynes #bibleinspiration #jesus #god #holyspirit #confidance

Share 11 0

Find your passion, find you , #mylife #dailymotivation #dailyword

Share 3 1

@biblebite Matthew 26 vs 41 📖: 'Watch and pray, that ye may enter not into temptation: the spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak'. ⁣ ⁣ We need to be vigilant in our daily walk with God, but we don't need to despair. Firstly, God has provided us with spiritual armour, by faith, to put on. These are Salvation, righteousness, peace (from God's word), truth, faith and God's Holy Spirit through his written, living word (Ephesians 6 vs 10-17 📖). The belt of truth is interesting, because the breastplate of righteousness ties into it. The belt holds every piece of armour in its place. God's truth, if you choose to live in it, says that we are made righteous by faith (Genesis 15 vs 6 📖)... We will revisit the armour of God another time, (after sermontimes 😊 postings)... ⁣ ⁣ So put on the armour of God to protect you from the attacks of the enemy, Take every thought captive (2 Corinthians 10 vs 5 📖), to make it obey Jesus, do not entertain sin, and know that God will never let you go through more than you can bear (1 Corinthians 10 vs 13 📖)...⁣ ⁣ The flesh May be weak, but through submitting our minds to Jesus, through washing ourselves daily with his word, taking wrong thoughts captive, putting on the Armour of God and trusting that he will never let you be tempted more than you can bear, we know that we are strong, because God's strength works best through our weakness (2 Corinthians 12 vs 9 📖). 🙏😌📖❤⁣ ⁣ #holybible #Bible #wordoftheday #dailyword #bibleverse#quotestoliveby #biblequotes #scripture #wisdom #hope#love #joy #positive #peace #truth #encouragement #faith⁣ #believe #truth #Christian #pray #God #Jesus #holyspirit#wordofgod #guidance #promise #future #rhemaword #biblebite

Share 336 21
daily_word_english. an extensive urban area resulting from the expansion of several cities

an extensive urban area resulting from the expansion of several cities or towns so that they coalesce but usually retain their separate identities. Examples: By 1984, there may well be several giant urban conurbations in the world which will make the present Greater Tokyo, New York and London look rather puny. Ruth Glass, "Cities in 1984: Stability and Strife," New Scientist, July 16, 1964 Then the conurbation spread and Hallowgate became part of the North Tyneside sprawl. Ann Cleeves, Killjoy, 1993 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 2 0
daily_word_english. a side road taken instead of a turnpike or expressway to avoid tolls o

a side road taken instead of a turnpike or expressway to avoid tolls or to travel at a leisurely pace. verb to drive on a shunpike. Examples: ... she proposed to Mr. Morris that he should take the #shunpike for a change. Frank R. Stockton, The Captain's Toll-Gate, 1903 “Shunpiking is real,” he said, using an old term for avoiding toll roads. Phil Patton, "The Virtues of Avoiding Interstates," New York Times, August 5, 2007 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 1 0
daily_word_english. a person whose life is devoted to the pursuit and enjoyment of luxury

a person whose life is devoted to the pursuit and enjoyment of luxury and sensual pleasure. adjective of, relating to, or characterized by preoccupation with luxury and sensual pleasure: voluptuary tastes. Examples: Hartmann, a voluptuary, lowered a spoonful of brown sugar crystals into his coffee cup, then placed a square of bitter chocolate on his tongue, and, while it was dissolving, lit his first cigarette. The ensuing mélange of tastes and aromas pleased him profoundly ... Anita Brookner, Latecomers, 1988 Quin is a real #voluptuary in the articles of eating and drinking, and so confirmed an epicure, in the common acceptation of the term, that he cannot put up with ordinary fare. Tobias Smollett, The Expedition of Humphry Clinker, 1771 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 1 0
daily_word_english. a mental state in which one has knowledge that one’s action, statement

a mental state in which one has knowledge that one’s action, statement, etc., is wrong, deceptive, or illegal: often used as a standard of guilt: The court found that the company had the requisite scienter for securities fraud. adverb knowingly or deliberately: His wife’s statements were made scienter. Examples: Now, there is absolutely nothing in this case to prove that he had any guilty knowledge to the effect that his account was too low to meet the draft in question. You have proven no #scienter whatever. Arthur Cheney Train, The Confessions of Artemas Quibble, 1911 Lawyers say that Stewart's insider-trading case will come down to a question of scienter. Did she know she was doing something wrong when she sold her ImClone stock? Andrew Feinberg, "Are You Guilty of Insider Trading?" Kiplinger's Personal Finance, January 2004 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 0 0
daily_word_english. a person whose life is devoted to the pursuit and enjoyment of luxury

a person whose life is devoted to the pursuit and enjoyment of luxury and sensual pleasure. adjective of, relating to, or characterized by preoccupation with luxury and sensual pleasure: voluptuary tastes. Examples: Hartmann, a #voluptuary, lowered a spoonful of brown sugar crystals into his coffee cup, then placed a square of bitter chocolate on his tongue, and, while it was dissolving, lit his first cigarette. The ensuing mélange of tastes and aromas pleased him profoundly ... Anita Brookner, Latecomers, 1988 Quin is a real voluptuary in the articles of eating and drinking, and so confirmed an epicure, in the common acceptation of the term, that he cannot put up with ordinary fare. Tobias Smollett, The Expedition of Humphry Clinker, 1771 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 2 0
daily_word_english. Archaic. following, imitating, or serving another person, especially u

Archaic. following, imitating, or serving another person, especially unreasoningly. following with smooth or logical regularity. Examples: In a world peopled with limp critics and #sequacious art historians the ruthlessness with which he used the battering ram of talent invariably earned my admiration and almost invariably my support. Grace Glueck, "The Pope of the Art World," New York Times, May 26, 1991 Those superstitious horrors that enslave / The fond sequacious herd, to mystic faith ... James Thompson, Summer, 1727 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 1 0
daily_word_english. to view or talk about (an event or situation) as worse than it actuall

to view or talk about (an event or situation) as worse than it actually is, or as if it were a catastrophe: Stop catastrophizing and get on with your life! She tends to catastrophize her symptoms. Examples: I was inspired to #catastrophize by my father, who believed that "90 percent of the things we worry about never come to pass." He added cheerily that it was the other 10 percent, coming out of nowhere, that usually did us in. Pat Snyder, "De-stress with a sigh of relief," Tri-Village News, August 18, 2004 Today's news media will "catastrophize" anything they can. Ben Stein, "Avoid the Craziness at No One Gets Hurt," New York Times, August 26, 2007 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 0 0
daily_word_english. a temporary suspension of hostilities by agreement of the warring part

a temporary suspension of hostilities by agreement of the warring parties; truce: World War I ended with the armistice of 1918. Examples: On November 6, Berlin dispatched envoys to carry an #armistice proposal to Supreme Allied Commander Marshal Ferdinand Foch. David M. Kennedy, Over Here: The First World War and American Society, 1980 The #armistice is coming soon, I believe it now too. Then we will go home. Erich Maria Remarque, All Quiet on the Western Front, translated by A. W. Wheen, 1929 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 3 0
daily_word_english. ornate or florid in speech, literary style, etc. (initial capital lett

ornate or florid in speech, literary style, etc. (initial capital letter) Fine Arts. a. noting or pertaining to a style of painting developed simultaneously with the #rococo in architecture and decoration, characterized chiefly by smallness of scale, delicacy of color, freedom of brushwork, and the selection of playful subjects as thematic material. b. designating a corresponding style of sculpture, chiefly characterized by diminutiveness of Baroque forms and playfulness of theme. of, pertaining to, in the manner of, or suggested by rococo architecture, decoration, or music or the general atmosphere and spirit of the rococo: rococo charm. noun a style of architecture and decoration, originating in France about 1720, evolved from Baroque types and distinguished by its elegant refinement in using different materials for a delicate overall effect and by its ornament of shellwork, foliage, etc. a homophonic musical style of the middle 18th century, marked by a generally superficial elegance and charm and by the use of elaborate ornamentation and stereotyped devices. #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 1 0
daily_word_english. Music. the act, process, or system of using certain syllables, especia

Music. the act, process, or system of using certain syllables, especially the sol-fa syllables, to represent the tones of the scale. Examples: The pupil seems to gain the knowledge of intervals with the power of making them. But surely it would facilitate the labour were the knowledge of distances first instilled by means of #solmization. "On Reading Music," The Quarterly Musical Magazine and Review, Vol. IX, 1827 Guido has been properly called the father of modern music, and the title is richly deserved for in addition to the so-called Guido scale, or hexachord, or #solmization--or whatever you call his do-re-mi, plan or fancy--he also invented the staff lines and intervals in music, and many other methods of teaching music in use to this very day. "Monk Started Guido Scale 900 Years Ago in Italy," The Reading Eagle, November 14, 1965 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 1 0
daily_word_english. to conceal one's true motives, thoughts, etc., by some pretense; speak

to conceal one's true motives, thoughts, etc., by some pretense; speak or act hypocritically. to give a false or misleading appearance to; conceal the truth or real nature of: to dissemble one's incompetence in business. to put on the appearance of; feign: to dissemble innocence. Obsolete. to let pass unnoticed; ignore. Examples: He counted heavily on his ability to dissemble, knowing that every decent lawyer had at least several drops of dissimulation in his blood. Elizabeth George, Missing Joseph, 1993 I didn't know how to #dissemble, I quite openly acknowledged the mistakes I made, and didn't try hard to hide them. Johann Michael von Loën, The Honest Man at Court, 1748, translated by John R. Russell, 1997 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 0 0
daily_word_english. a spiral or twisted formation or object.

Architecture. a spiral ornam

a spiral or twisted formation or object. Architecture. a spiral ornament, found especially in the capitals of the Ionic, Corinthian, and Composite orders. Carpentry. a horizontal scrolled termination to the handrail of a stair. Zoology. a. a turn or whorl of a spiral shell. b. any of various tropical marine gastropods of the family Volutidae, many species of which have shells prized for their coloration. the spiral casing surrounding the impeller of a volute pump. adjective having a volute or rolled-up form. Machinery. a. pirally shaped or having a part so shaped. b. moving in a circular way, especially if combined with a lateral motion. Examples: The interior of the tiny temple was dim, and wisps of incense smoke made graceful #volutes in the air. John Maddox Roberts, SPQR IX: The Princess and the Pirates, 2005 My, how light this Alonso de Avila was, forced to walk on mere earth only because of the richness and gravity of his damask and jaguar-skin suits, his gold chains, and his tawny mantle decorate with a reliquary--all of it lightened, let me assure you, by the feathers in his cap and the volutes of his mustache, the wings of his face. Carlos Fuentes, The Orange Tree, translated by Alfred Mac Adam, 1994 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabularywords

Share 0 0
daily_word_english. ancient, as a witticism, expression, etc.; passé; hoary: a bewhiskered

ancient, as a witticism, expression, etc.; passé; hoary: a bewhiskered catchword of a bygone era. having whiskers; bearded. Examples: That bewhiskered saying that "pride goeth before a fall" is true only in the case of ignorant people, says The International Lifeman. "Stick Up Your Chin," The Spectator: Life Insurance Supplement, January 7, 1915 Good things come in small packages. ... This wrinkled and #bewhiskered expression haunts our editorial vision when we pause to contemplate the career of a life, progressive citizen of the gopher state, a man small in stature but big in brain. "Sidelights on Men in the Trade," Domestice Engineering, October 3, 1914 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 0 0
daily_word_english. noun

anything that tends to rouse, excite, or revive; a stimulus: Pra

noun anything that tends to rouse, excite, or revive; a stimulus: Praise is an excellent fillip for waning ambition. an act or instance of filliping; a smart tap or stroke. verb to strike with the nail of a finger snapped from the end of the thumb. to tap or strike smartly. to drive by or as by a fillip: Anticipation filliped his passion. to make a fillip with the fingers. Examples: It is so pleasant to receive a #fillip of excitement when suffering from the dull routine of everyday life! Anthony Trollope, Barchester Towers, 1857 His ordinary government allowance of spirits, one gill per diem, is not enough to give a sufficient fillip to his listless senses ... Herman Melville, White-Jacket; or, The World in a Man-of-War, 1850 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 0 0
daily_word_english. Chiefly Scot. a familiar name for a pig.

Examples: \"Grumphie smells t

Chiefly Scot. a familiar name for a pig. Examples: "Grumphie smells the weather, / An' grumphie sees the wun'; / He kens when clouds will gather, / An' smoor the blinikin' sun." This extravagant tribute to the pig as a weather prophet is typical of a large number of proverbs, though, perhaps no other animal has been credited with actually seeing the wind. W. J. Humphreys, "Some Weather Proverbs and Their Justification," The Popular Science Monthly, January 1911 If ye're proud to be a grumphie clap yer trotters! Alastair D. McIver, Glasgow Fairytale, 2010 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #frenchvocabulary

Share 1 0
daily_word_english. adjective

having only one meaning; unambiguous.

Examples:

When then

adjective having only one meaning; unambiguous. Examples: When then-Fox News chief Roger Ailes was presented with allegations of sexual harassment — first in a bombshell lawsuit, later in published reports — his response was univocal: Deny, deny, deny. Erik Wemple, "Harvey Weinstein's puzzling legal threat against the New York Times," Washington Post, October 6, 2017 For any given element--event, character, development--is never simply univocal or one-sided but generally has two or more valences: it is serious and ironic, pathos-charged and parodic, apocalyptic and farcical, critical and self-critical. Dominick LaCapra, History, Politics, and the Novel, 1987 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 0 0
daily_word_english. noun

a shadowy, indefinite, or marginal area.

Astronomy. a. the part

noun a shadowy, indefinite, or marginal area. Astronomy. a. the partial or imperfect shadow outside the complete shadow of an opaque body, as a planet, where the light from the source of illumination is only partly cut off. b. the grayish marginal portion of a sunspot. Examples: ... I couldn't figure out why I was hearing it in the penumbra of an old-growth floodplain forest in South Carolina, a forest that once stretched as far north as Upper Virginia and as far west as East Texas. Rosalind Bentley, "Among the Majestic Trees in Congaree, Slipping Into Silence," New York Times, July 16, 2018 It's a daring move, an attempt to trace the penumbra of abuse across a shattered psyche. Ron Charles, "Roddy Doyle was determined to write a novel that shocked--and succeeded," Washington Post, October 17, 2017 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 0 0
daily_word_english. Informal. a. the practice of suddenly ending all contact with a person

Informal. a. the practice of suddenly ending all contact with a person without explanation, especially in a romantic relationship: He was a victim of ghosting. b. Also called French goodbye, Irish goodbye. the act of leaving a social event or engagement suddenly without saying goodbye: Ghosting might be the best option if we want to get home before midnight. Television. the appearance of multiple images, or ghosts, on a television screen. Digital Technology. the removal of comments, threads, or other content from a website or online forum without informing the poster, keeping them hidden from the public but still visible to the poster. Examples: In the case of ghosting, a lack of accountability has brought out the worst in humanity, but applying behavioral science to UX design could be the key to unlocking the solution and with it the next billion dollar idea, paving the way for a new era of ghost-free online dating. Jack Rogers, "Ghosting -- Dating's Billion Dollar Problem?" Forbes, August 28, 2018 Among younger generations, ghosting has “almost become a new vocabulary” in which “no response is a response,” says Amanda Bradford, CEO and founder of The League, a dating app. Now, “that same behavior is happening in the job market,” says Bradford, who’s experienced it with engineering candidates who ghosted her company. Chip Cutter, "People are 'ghosting' at work, and it's driving companies crazy," LinkedIn, June 23, 2018 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 1 0
daily_word_english. noun

the arrangement of bones in the skeleton or a body part.

the st

noun the arrangement of bones in the skeleton or a body part. the structure or framework supporting a building or sculpture. Examples: The ossature of its wings had been like the exquisite work of some Japanese cabinet-maker ... James Hopper, "On the Back of the Dragon," Everybody's Magazine, July 1910 ... thus the whole vault was furnished with an ossatureor skeleton of ribs which was clothed upon by filling in with with arched masonry the triangular spaces or panels between rib and rib. T. G. Jackson, Reason of Architecture, 1906 #wordoftheday #english #dailyword #vocabulary

Share 0 0