(in Quakerism) the light of Christ in the soul of every person, considered as a guiding force.
(Quakerism) the presence and inner working of God in the soul acting as a guiding spirit that is superior even to Scripture and unites man to Christ
noun 1. a person’s spiritual or intellectual being. 2. the stomach or appetite: a hearty meal to satisfy the inner man. noun 1. a man’s mind, soul, or nature 2. (jocular) the stomach or appetite
noun 1. a movement, originating in the early 19th century within the evangelical churches of Germany and later spreading through Europe and America, that ministered chiefly to the material and spiritual needs of the poor and of social outcasts.
noun 1. an administrative division in NE China, adjoining the Mongolian People’s Republic. 174,000 sq. mi. (450,660 sq. km). Capital: Hohhot. noun 1. an autonomous region of NE China: consists chiefly of the Mongolian plateau, with the Gobi Desert in the north and the Great Wall of China in the south. Capital: Hohhot. Pop: 23 […]
[in-er-mohst or, esp. British, -muh st] /ˈɪn ərˌmoʊst or, esp. British, -məst/ adjective 1. farthest inward; inmost. 2. most intimate or secret: one’s innermost beliefs. noun 3. the innermost part. /ˈɪnəˌməʊst/ adjective 1. being or located furthest within; central 2. intimate; private: innermost beliefs adj. mid-14c., from inner + -most. Innermore also existed in Middle […]