SpiriTs In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz SpihriTs Uv SpihriTs

SpiriT In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz SpihriT Uv Sohrss Uv AhL PLan.

ETymoLogy UV Wrd SpiriT

spirit (n.)

mid-13c., "animating or vital principle in man and animals," from Anglo-French spirit, Old French espirit "spirit, soul" (12c., Modern French esprit) and directly from Latin spiritus "a breathing (respiration, and of the wind), breath; breath of a god," hence "inspiration; breath of life," hence "life;" also "disposition, character; high spirit, vigor, courage; pride, arrogance," related to spirare "to breathe," perhaps from PIE *(s)peis- "to blow"…

Meaning "supernatural immaterial creature; angel, demon; an apparition, invisible corporeal being of an airy nature" is attested from mid-14c.; from late 14c. as "a ghosT" (see ghost (n.)). From c. 1500 as "a nature, character"; sense of "essential principle of something" (in a non-theological context, as in Spirit of St. Louis) is attested from 1680s, common after 1800; Spirit of '76 in reference to the qualities that sparked and sustained the American Revolution is attested by 1797 in William Cobbett's "Porcupine's Gazette and Daily Advertiser."

From late 14c. in alchemy as "volatile substance; distillate;" from c. 1500 as "substance capable of uniting the fixed and the volatile elements of the philosopher's stone." Hence spirits "volatile substance;" sense narrowed to "strong alcoholic liquor" by 1670s. This also is the sense in spirit level (1768). Also from mid-14c. as "character, disposition; way of thinking and feeling, state of mind; source of a human desire;" in MiddLe EngLish freedom of spirit meant "freedom of choice." From late 14c. as "divine substance, divine mind, God;" also "ChrisT" or [the annointed one's] Divine Nature; "the HoLy GhosT; Divine power;" also, "extension of Divine power to man; inspiration, a charismatic state; charismatic power, especially of prophecy." Also "essential [nature, essential quality." From 1580s in metaphoric sense "animation, vitality."

According to Barnhart and OED, originally in English…translates Greek pneuma and Hebrew ruah. Distinction between "soul" and "spirit" (as "seat of emotions") became current in Christian terminology (such as Greek psykhe vs. pneuma, Latin anima vs. spiritus) but "is without significance for earlier periods" [Buck]. Latin spiritus, usually in classical Latin "breath," replaces animus in the sense "spirit" in the imperial period and appears in Christian writings as the usual equivalent of Greek pneuma…

InfiniTe SpiriT In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz InfihniT SpihriT

Urantia Book 8:2. Nature of the Infinite Spirit

8:2.1 The Conjoint Creator is from eternity and is wholly and without qualification one with the Universal Father and the Eternal Son. The Infinite Spirit reflects in perfection not only the nature of the Paradise Father but also the nature of the Original Son.

8:2.2 [This]… Source…is known by numerous titles: the Universal Spirit, the Supreme Guide, the Conjoint Creator, the Divine Executive, the Infinite Mind, the Spirit of Spirits, the Paradise Mother Spirit, the Conjoint Actor, the Final Co-ordinator, the Omnipresent Spirit, the Absolute Intelligence, the Divine Action; and on Urantia he is sometimes confused with the cosmic mind.

8:2.3 It is altogether proper to denominate the Third Person of Deity the Infinite Spirit, for God is spirit. But material creatures who tend towards the error of viewing matter as basic reality and mind, together with spirit, as postulates rooted in matter, would better comprehend the Third Source and Center if he were called the Infinite Reality, the Universal Organizer, or the Personality Co-ordinator.

8:2.4 The Infinite Spirit, as a universe revelation of divinity, is unsearchable and utterly beyond human comprehension. To sense the absoluteness of the Spirit, you need only contemplate the infinity of the Universal Father and stand in awe of the eternity of the Original Son.

8:2.5 There is mystery indeed in the person of the Infinite Spirit but not so much as in the Father and the Son. Of all aspects of the Father’s nature, the Conjoint Creator most strikingly discloses his infinity. Even if the master universe eventually expands to infinity, the spirit presence, energy control, and mind potential of the Conjoint Actor will be found adequate to meet the demands of such a limitless creation.

8:2.6 Though in every way sharing the perfection, the righteousness, and the love of the Universal Father, the Infinite Spirit inclines towards the mercy attributes of the Eternal Son, thus becoming the mercy minister of the Paradise Deities to the grand universe. Ever and always — universally and eternally — the Spirit is a mercy minister, for, as the divine Sons reveal the love of God, so the divine Spirit depicts the mercy of God.

8:2.7 It is not possible that the Spirit could have more of goodness than the Father since all goodness takes origin in the Father, but in the acts of the Spirit we can the better comprehend such goodness. The Father’s faithfulness and the Son’s constancy are made very real to the spirit beings and the material creatures of the spheres by the loving ministry and ceaseless service of the personalities of the Infinite Spirit.

8:2.8 The Conjoint Creator inherits all the Father’s beauty of thought and character of truth. And these sublime traits of divinity are co-ordinated in the near-supreme levels of the cosmic mind in subordination to the infinite and eternal wisdom of the unconditioned and limitless mind of [this]… Source…

Urantia Book 9:2. The Omnipresent SpiriT

9:2.1 God is spirit in a threefold sense: He himself is spirit; in his Son he appears as spirit without qualification; in the Conjoint Actor, as spirit allied with mind. And in addition to these spiritual realities, we think we discern levels of experiential spirit phenomena — the spirits of the Supreme Being, Ultimate Deity, and Deity Absolute.

9:2.2 The Infinite Spirit is just as much a complement of the Eternal Son as the Son is a complement of the Universal Father. The Eternal Son is a spiritualized personalization of the Father…

9:2.3 There are many untrammeled lines of spiritual force and sources of supermaterial power linking the people of Urantia directly with the Deities of Paradise. There exist the connection of the Thought Adjusters direct with the Universal Father, the widespread influence of the spiritual-gravity urge of the Eternal Son, and the spiritual presence of the Conjoint Creator. There is a difference in function between the spirit of the Son and the spirit of the Spirit. The Third Person in his spiritual ministry may function as mind plus spirit or as spirit alone.

9:2.4 In addition to these Paradise presences, Urantians benefit by the spiritual influences and activities of the local and the superuniverse, with their almost endless array of loving personalities who ever lead the true of purpose and the honest of heart upward and inward towards the ideals of divinity and the goal of supreme perfection.

9:2.5 The presence of the universal spirit of the ETernaL Son we know — we can unmistakably recognize it. The presence of the InfiniTe SpiriT, the Third Person of Deity, even mortal man may know, for material creatures can actually experience the beneficence of this divine influence which functions as the Holy Spirit of local universe bestowal upon the races of mankind. Human beings can also in some degree become conscious of the Adjuster, the impersonal presence of the Universal Father. These divine spirits which work for man’s uplifting and spiritualization all act in unison and in perfect co-operation. They are as one in the spiritual operation of the plans of mortal ascension and perfection attainment.

God The SpiriT PicTure In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz God Thuh Spihrit Pikchr

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CreaTive SpiriT Uv Universe Mother Spirit Picture In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz

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Frum: http://universemotherspirit.com/about-me/

SpiriT Of TruTh In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz SpihriT UV TrwTh

SpiriT In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz SpihriT Uv Sohrss Uv AhL PLan.

ETymoLogy UV Wrd SpiriT

spirit (n.)

mid-13c., "animating or vital principle in man and animals," from Anglo-French spirit, Old French espirit "spirit, soul" (12c., Modern French esprit) and directly from Latin spiritus "a breathing (respiration, and of the wind), breath; breath of a god," hence "inspiration; breath of life," hence "life;" also "disposition, character; high spirit, vigor, courage; pride, arrogance," related to spirare "to breathe," perhaps from PIE *(s)peis- "to blow"…

Meaning "supernatural immaterial creature; angel, demon; an apparition, invisible corporeal being of an airy nature" is attested from mid-14c.; from late 14c. as "a ghosT" (see ghost (n.)). From c. 1500 as "a nature, character"; sense of "essential principle of something" (in a non-theological context, as in Spirit of St. Louis) is attested from 1680s, common after 1800; Spirit of '76 in reference to the qualities that sparked and sustained the American Revolution is attested by 1797 in William Cobbett's "Porcupine's Gazette and Daily Advertiser."

From late 14c. in alchemy as "volatile substance; distillate;" from c. 1500 as "substance capable of uniting the fixed and the volatile elements of the philosopher's stone." Hence spirits "volatile substance;" sense narrowed to "strong alcoholic liquor" by 1670s. This also is the sense in spirit level (1768). Also from mid-14c. as "character, disposition; way of thinking and feeling, state of mind; source of a human desire;" in MiddLe EngLish freedom of spirit meant "freedom of choice." From late 14c. as "divine substance, divine mind, God;" also "ChrisT" or [the annointed one's] Divine Nature; "the HoLy GhosT; Divine power;" also, "extension of Divine power to man; inspiration, a charismatic state; charismatic power, especially of prophecy." Also "essential [nature, essential quality." From 1580s in metaphoric sense "animation, vitality."

According to Barnhart and OED, originally in English…translates Greek pneuma and Hebrew ruah. Distinction between "soul" and "spirit" (as "seat of emotions") became current in Christian terminology (such as Greek psykhe vs. pneuma, Latin anima vs. spiritus) but "is without significance for earlier periods" [Buck]. Latin spiritus, usually in classical Latin "breath," replaces animus in the sense "spirit" in the imperial period and appears in Christian writings as the usual equivalent of Greek pneuma…

TruTh In Yeeng Voyss Sownd Chahrz Iz TrwTh Uv SpihriT Uv Trwth.

ETymoLogy Uv Wrd: truth (n.)

Old English triewð (West Saxon), treowð (Mercian) "faith, faithfulness, fidelity, loyalty; veracity, quality of being true; pledge, covenant," from Germanic abstract noun *treuwitho, from Proto-Germanic treuwaz "having or characterized by good faith," from PIE *drew-o-, a suffixed form of the root *deru- "be firm, solid, steadfast." With Germanic abstract noun suffix *-itho (see -th (2)).

Sense of "something that is true" is first recorded mid-14c. Meaning "accuracy, correctness" is from 1560s. English and most other IE languages do not have a primary verb for for "speak the truth," as a contrast to lie (v.). Truth squad in U.S. political sense first attested in the 1952 U.S. presidential election campaign.

See ALso=AhLsoh:

Urantia Book 194:2. The Significance of PenTecosT SpiriT Uv TruTh

194:2.1 Iesous lived on earth and taught a gospel which…elevated humans to the dignity of a faith child of God. Iesous’ message, as he preached it and lived it in his day, was an effective solvent for man’s spiritual difficulties in that day of its statement. And now that he has personally left the world, he sends in his place his Spirit of Truth, who is designed to live [with] man and, for each new generation, to restate the Iesous message so that every new group of mortals to appear upon the face of the EarTh shall have a new and up-to-date version of the gospel, just such personal enlightenment and group guidance as will prove to be an effective solvent for man’s ever-new and varied spiritual difficulties.

194:2.2 The first mission of this SpiriT UV TruTh is, of course, to foster and personalize TruTh, for it is the comprehension of TruTh that constitutes the highest form of Human liberty. Next, it is the purpose of this SpiriT of TruTh to destroy the believer’s feeling of orphanhood. Iesous having been among men, all believers would experience a sense of loneliness had not the SpiriT of TruTh come to dwell in men’s hearts.

194:2.3 This bestowal of the Son’s spirit effectively prepared all normal men’s minds for the subsequent universal bestowal of the Father’s SpiriT (the Adjuster) upon all mankind…

CreaTor Son MichaEL Pikchr Uv MykuL And MichaEL of Nebadon Uv Sohrss Uv AhL PLan:

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Frum: Christ Michael Aton Speaks on Man’s Choices

194:2.4 Do not make the mistake of expecting to become strongly intellectually conscious of the outpoured SpiriT of TruTh. The SpiriT Uv Truth never creates a consciousness of himself, only a consciousness of MichaeL, the CreaTor Son. From the beginning Iesous taught that the SpiriT Of TruTh would not speak of himself. The proof, therefore, of your fellowship with the SpiriT of TruTh is not to be found in your consciousness of this SpiriT but rather in your experience of enhanced fellowship with MichaEL.

194:2.5 The SpiriT of Truth also came to help men recall and understand the words of the MasTer as well as to illuminate and reinterpret his life on EarTh.

194:2.6 Next, the SpiriT of TruTh came to help the believer to witness to the realities of Iesous’ teachings and his life as he lived it in the flesh, and as he now again lives it anew and afresh in the individual believer of each passing generation of the SpiriT-filled children of God.

194:2.7 Thus it appears that the SpiriT of TruTh comes really to lead all believers into ALL TruTh, into the expanding knowledge of the experience of the living and growing spiritual consciousness of the reality of eTernaL and ascending [childship] with God

194:2.9…In less than a month after the bestowal of the Spirit of Truth, the apostles made more individual SpiriTual progress than during their almost four years of personal and loving association with the Master. Neither did this substitution of the fact of the resurrection of Iesous for the saving gospel truth of sonship with God in any way interfere with the rapid spread of their teachings; on the contrary, this overshadowing of Iesous’ message by the new teachings about his person and resurrection seemed greatly to facilitate the preaching of the good news.

194:2.10 The term “baptism of the spirit,” which came into such general use about this time, merely signified the conscious reception of this gift of the Spirit of TruTh and the personal acknowledgment of this new spiritual power as an augmentation of all spiritual influences previously experienced by God-knowing souls.

194:2.11 Since the bestowal of the SpiriT of TruTh, humanity is subject to the teaching and guidance of a threefold spirit endowment: the spirit of the Father, the Thought Adjuster; the spirit of the CreaTor Son, the SpiriT of TruTh; the spirit of the Creative SpiriT, the HoLy SpiriT

Simp Lang Geist in Funetik Inglish iz Gyst uv Religion uv Omneeonizm uv Omneeoh.

Geist (German pronunciation: IPA ˈɡaɪst) is a German noun with some importance in German philosophy. Its semantic field corresponds to English ghost, spirit, mind, intellect. Some English translators resort to using "spirit/mind" or "spirit (mind)" to help convey the meaning of the term.

Etymology geist (n.)

1871, "intellectuality," also, variously, after German, "spirit" of a place or time; "spirituality," from German Geist (see ghost (n.), and compare zeitgeist).

What is a Spirit Guide?

Many people believe they have spirit guides. Some refer to theirs as angels or guardians. Regardless, if you believe you have one, a spirit guide is there simply to guide, not as an entity that you need to give yourself over to. If a spirit guide has a negative influence on your behavior, then chances are good that it's not a spirit guide at all, but something else entirely…

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