1. to exist as an inner activating spirit, force, or principle
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  • You who listen to me Sunday after Sunday will not suspect me of seeking to minimise either of these two aspects of our Lord's mission and operation, but I do believe that very largely the glad thought of an indwelling Christ, who actually abides and works in our hearts, and is not only for us in the heavens, or with us by some kind of impalpable and metaphorical presence, but in simple, that is to say, in spiritual reality is in our spirits, has faded away from the consciousness of the Expositions of Holy Scripture Ephesians; Epistles of St. Peter and St. John
  • As a rule, the indwellers in nature are autonomous and disinterested in man.
  • The Divine indwelling has its chief glory in that it is the manifestation of Divine love.
  • We got to install an Indwelling Curiosity Cutout in some nosy booger.
  • The Holy Spirit is believed by Christians to indwell believers and guide the CHURCH. Concise Dictionary of Religion
  • Unlike other spiritual traditions, including Gnosticism, Pantheism, and forms of Christian apophasis and via negativa, the Buddhist understanding of oneness does not rely on the monotheistic perception of a centrally located source or an indwelling force or principle that acts to create coherency. Shelley's Golden Wind: Zen Harmonics in _A Defence of Poetry_ and 'Ode to the WestWind'
  • Henry Cairnes, "skipper in Leith, fled out of the countrie to the Easter seas;" and that "John Stewart, indweller in Leith, died in exile. The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)
  • Believers have a stock of habitual grace; which may be called indwelling grace in the same sense wherein original corruption is called indwelling sin. Pneumatologia
  • To turn this statement into theological form it is only necessary to claim that the "perfect man" which the religious instinct is trying to form is "the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ," that that perfect humanity was once realised in the historical Christ, and that the higher instinct within us -- ourselves, yet not ourselves -- which makes for life and righteousness, and is the source of all the good that we can think, say, or do, may (in virtue of that historical incarnation) be justly called the indwelling Christ. Light, Life, and Love : selections from the German mystics of the middle ages
  • Once the decision has been made to use an indwelling urinary catheter, efforts should be made to minimize problems.
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