Animism, or the conception of indwelling spirit, arises subsequently.
This root is the indwelling of God the Holy Ghost in the soul.
The moist stone had an indwelling spirit, and was therefore 173 a holy object which made vows and agreements of binding character.
Why should not men be as much moved by the indwelling Spirit, as they were when full of drink?
This mark of God's indwelling Spirit the Galatians had possessed.
Now, secondly, notice the fruitfulness of this indwelling light.
indwelling sin, in its ten thousand workings, is against us, but "He is able."
The humanity of every man is the indwelling in him of the Word Who became flesh.
The cheek that blushes, the eye that moistens, and the heart that palpitates, are sureties of indwelling purity and candor.
The Church which is, through the indwelling Christ, the light of the world!