Epi-pipto — Holy Spirit embrace

On August 27, 2013 3:51 PM, "Stephen Williamson" wrote:

Subject: Epipipto - Holy Spirit embrace

Hi Chris, Kingsley, John, Tim, Ashley, Gyan, Miriam, Dave, Onix, Anaru, Guy

Great little hyperlink I found here, the use of “epi-pipto” all throughout the New Testament.

It means “to alight upon” like a bird with wings – often translated “fall upon” when spoken as a reference to the Holy Spirit’s embrace e.g. in Acts 8:16 – and of course John’s resting against Jesus in John 13:25

1968

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Luke 1:12, Luke 15:20, Acts 10:10, Acts 10:44, Acts 11:15, Acts 13:11, Acts 19:17, Acts 20:10

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Rom 15:3

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Acts 8:16

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Acts 20:37

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John 13:25

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Mark 3:10

Blessings all :-) Steve

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