[ US /dɪˈsaɪpəɫ/ ]
[ UK /dɪsˈa‍ɪpə‍l/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another
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How To Use disciple In A Sentence

  • Spencer was a social philosopher and a disciple of Lamarck.
  • When we steadfastly dedicate ourselves to the path of mentor and disciple, we can boundlessly manifest the wisdom and power that is inherent in our life.
  • In old Mauritania, now Marocco,384 the Moors proper are notable sodomites; Moslems, even of saintly houses, are permitted openly to keep catamites, nor do their disciples think worse of their sanctity for such licence: in one case the English wife failed to banish from the home “that horrid boy.” The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • How do you help people make these connections between outreach and service and personal discipleship? Christianity Today
  • As soon as Christ was alone with his disciples he gave them a description of those desolations which is recorded in the following chapter, and is so plain, and made such an impression on the Sermons on Various Important Subjects
  • He was almost physically pained by rigid doctrinal systems, and mildly revolted by the idea of discipleship.
  • After the Buddha attained enlightenment, his disciples took refuge in him and from him.
  • Ray posits that this miracle is an object lesson for the disciples.
  • The intramural squabbling and partisan agendas of the past thirty-five years have often inhibited the discerning engagement with the culture that is imperative for a community of disciples called to be salt and light.
  • We can believe in the resurrection as a fact because eleven out of the twelve disciples died as martyrs testifying to the resurrection and deity of Christ.
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