1. The meaning of Abiding is continuing for a long time : enduring
2. Abiding: adjective changeless , constant , continuing , durable , enduring , eternal , everlasting , fixed , immutable , inherent , lasting , long-lasting , long
3. Synonyms for Abiding: ageless, continuing, dateless, enduring, eternal, everlasting, immortal, imperishable; Antonyms for Abiding: bailing, bailing out, bugging out
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4. Abiding definition, continuing without change; enduring; steadfast: an Abiding faith
5. An Abiding feeling or memory is one that you have had for a long time: 2
6. What does Abiding mean? The definition of Abiding is something that continues for a very long time without changing or wavering
7. Definition of Abiding in the Definitions.net dictionary
8. What does Abiding mean? Information and translations of Abiding in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
9. Find 21 ways to say Abiding, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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10. Abiding Radio is a unique Internet radio ministry which provides conservative sacred, vocal, and instrumental Christian music 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to listeners all over the world
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11. Abiding in Jesus first of all means having a life-giving connection to him
12. Abiding definition: An Abiding feeling , memory , or interest is one that you have for a very long time
13. Abiding ( comparative more Abiding, superlative most Abiding ) Continuing or persisting in the same state: lasting, enduring; steadfast
14. Therefore, Abiding in Christ is not a special level of Christian experience, available only to a few; rather, it is the position of all true believers
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15. The difference between those Abiding in Christ and those not Abiding in Christ is the difference between the saved and the unsaved.
16. A federal judge accepting a misdemeanor guilty plea from a woman who said she wanted to shoot House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) “in the friggin’ brain” during the Capitol attack wondered aloud on Tuesday how many law-Abiding Americans like her had “morphed into terrorists” on Jan
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18. Abiding: 1 adj unceasing “an Abiding belief” Synonyms: enduring , imperishable lasting , permanent continuing or enduring without marked change in status or condition or place
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19. Abiding Radio airs classic hymns of the faith and the best of today's conservative, sacred, and traditional Christian instrumental music
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20. Another word for Abiding: lasting for ever Collins English Thesaurus
21. The Abiding result of his tutorship is a code of carefully graduated moral lessons - the Fables, the Dialogues of the Dead (a series of imaginary conversations between departed heroes), and finally Telemaque, where the adventures of the son of Ulysses in search of a father are made into a political novel with a purpose.
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22. Law-Abiding definition, obeying or keeping the law; obedient to law: law-Abiding citizens
23. Abiding translate: （感情或记忆）持久的，永久的
24. Examples from the Corpus Abiding • She had a basic and Abiding belief in democratic systems
25. • an Abiding belief in the power of justice • Why should law Abiding citizens pay extra? • The internal security of his country was the President's other Abiding concern
26. • As a boy he had had an Abiding curiosity about how things worked.
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27. Always used before a noun [more Abiding; most Abiding] formal
28. ‘The Abiding memory I will carry forward from 2003 is of the Special Olympics.’ ‘One view of the Revolution has Abiding power in popular memory and public culture.’ ‘But because a lingering doubt remained, the child's fate is of Abiding interest: this is the book's premise.’
29. Synonyms for Abiding include enduring, lasting, constant, eternal, perpetual, permanent, everlasting, continuing, perennial and persistent
30. ‘The Abiding memory I will carry forward from 2003 is of the Special Olympics.’ ‘One view of the Revolution has Abiding power in popular memory and public culture.’ ‘But because a lingering doubt remained, the child's fate is of Abiding interest: this is the book's premise.’
31. Deep deep Love, within thine own abyss Abiding, Pour Thyself abroad, O Lord, on earth and air and sea; Worn weary hearts within Thy holy temple hiding, My Piney Wood by Robert William Service
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32. Beyond all churchly chiding, And make yourself a temple sweet Of rapturous Abiding.
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33. Definition of Abiding adjective in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
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34. 31 synonyms for Abiding: enduring, lasting, continuing, remaining, surviving, permanent, constant
35. Israel's State Prosecutor Says Can't Fight Crime Without Help From 'Law-Abiding Arab Citizens' 'Without witnesses, there are no cases,' says Amit Aisman, adding that the trust of the Arab public in the legal system is necessary to curb soaring crime rates
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37. When the mind has settled, we are Abiding in our essential nature, which is unbounded consciousness.”-Yoga Sutras III
38. MemeMoney Opinion: AMC’s Adam Aron has a deep and Abiding belief in the power of popcorn Last Updated: Nov
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41. Hong Kong’s national security law no concern for law-Abiding groups, Carrie Lam says after Amnesty International reveals exit plans
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42. Abiding In Christ Implies That We Are In Communion With Him
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abiding (Adjective) Continuing or persisting in the same state; lasting; enduring. an abiding belief. Etymology: * From abiden
In fact, “abide” (Greek, meno) means to remain, or stay, or continue. For example, in John 1:38-39, two of the disciples who first encountered Jesus asked him “Where are you staying?” They wanted to know where Jesus made his residence. The word “staying” is the same word translated “abide” in John 15. To abide is to reside. To abide is to continue, to stay, to remain.
To abide in Christ is a key biblical concept. Understanding what it means to abide in Christ makes a significant difference in the way a Christian experiences life. The word "abide" means to live, continue or remain. The Bible describes saved people as "in Christ" (Romans 8:1; 2 Corinthians 5:17).
Abid as a boys' name is of Arabic and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Abid is "God's worshipper; God knows".