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Definition of Servanthood
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Servanthood
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1. Discussions on the Atonement: Is it Vicarious? by George Jamieson (1887)
"Is it servanthood to sit as Rectifier and Restorer ? not to take orders but to give them ? The fulness of the Spirit which constituted sonship in the case ..."
2. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1870)
"In the long procession of events which this implied, servanthood, in the old menial sense, was at length to be no more. For without crate there can be no ..."
3. The Paradoxes of Love by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee (1996)
"Poverty and servanthood are bound together: when we realize our true poverty we realize our relationship with God and our position as servant. ..."
4. Working with Oneness by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee (2002)
"In our servanthood we leave behind the veils of the ego as we look to our Master. ... In the words of Ibn 'Arabi, "Union is the very secret of servanthood. ..."
5. The Circle of Love by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee (1999)
"When the wayfarer offers His qualities back to Him, offers back to Him His power, then he "remains happy and burden-free in servanthood, which is his own ..."
6. The American Political Science Review (1918)
"1 were set free, "the oath of the great gods for servanthood for ever" they were forced to swear, and a captive king on whom Tiglath Pileser had mercy was ..."