Definition of Discipling

1. disciple [v] - See also: disciple



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Discipling

disciplinableness
disciplinal
disciplinant
disciplinarian
disciplinarians
disciplinarily
disciplinarities
disciplinarity
disciplinary
disciplined
disciplineless
discipliner
discipliners
disciplines
discipling (current term)
disciplining
discission
discitis
disclaim
disclaimed
disclaimer
disclaimers
disclaiming
disclaims
disclamation
disclamations
disclamatory
disclame
disclamed

Literary usage of Discipling

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1. A Hand-book on Christian Baptism by Richard Ingham (1871)
"And, assuredly, if this is discipling, the apostles must have greatly misunderstood ... If I receive as disciples, I must regard the discipling as already ..."

2. The Congregational Magazine (1824)
"Let it be remembered also, that this discipling to Christ of Justin brings us back to the - apostolic age. He wrote about forty years after their time, ..."

3. The Baptismal Reconciliation: With Fraternal Remarks on Dr. Halley's "Reply by Charles Stovel (1848)
"That antecedent is found in the word disciple, which is the result produced by discipling, and which becomes complete, when those parts, in the work of ..."

4. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1902)
"... the two describing the long series of baptisms and instructions by which the discipling of the nations would be translated into fact; if the aorist, ..."

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