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/diˈsīpəl/,
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disciples, plural;
  1. Guide (someone) in becoming a follower of Jesus or another leader
    • - the new believer was discipled by a missionary
Noun
  1. A personal follower of Jesus during his life, esp. one of the twelve Apostles

  2. A follower or student of a teacher, leader, or philosophy
    • - a disciple of Rousseau

  1. someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another
  2. The DISCiPLE was a floppy disk interface for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum home computer. Designed by Miles Gordon Technology, it was marketed by Rockfort Products and launched in 1986.
  3. Disciple is the sixth album released by Christian rock group Disciple, on June 7, 2005. When the single The Wait is Over was released, it broke several records in Christian music, including the longest spot at No. 1 on the R&R Charts.
  4. Disciple is a Christian metal / rock band from Knoxville, Tennessee, formed in 1992.
  5. Śrāvaka or Shravaka (Sanskrit) or Sāvaka (Pāli) means "a hearer" or, more generally, "disciple."
  6. In the history of Christianity, the disciples were the students of Jesus during his ministry. While Jesus attracted a large following, the term disciple is commonly used to refer specifically to "the Twelve", an inner circle of men whose number perhaps represented the twelve tribes of Israel. ...
  7. The Disciple is a fictional character from Todd McFarlane's Spawn. Heaven's first and greatest soldier in their war against the forces of Hell. His origins are unknown but his power is great. He appears to be the archetype for the The Redeemer, and is definitely a formidable enemy for Hellspawn. ...
  8. A person who learns from another, especially one who then teaches others; An active follower or adherent of someone, or some philosophy etc; To train, educate, teach
  9. (disciples) (dizi): One who follows a particular master or Buddha. The ten most frequently mentioned disciples (in the mahayana sutras) of the Buddha were: Sariputra (wisdom), Mahamaudgalyayana (superpowers), Aniruddha or Anuruddha (heaven-eye), Subhuti (expounder of emptiness), Mahakasayapa ( ...
  10. (disciples) If we accept Jesus as our model, not only from his life on earth, but also as he is now, we are literally his disciples. The model he offers us now is the spiritual content of the Course and it is God's Plan (the At-one-ment) we choose when we follow the Course. ...
  11. A student who has formally requested to practice Zen Buddhism with a particular teacher as a life-long commitment.
  12. 1. Anyone who, through persistent aspiration and right action, is responding to the magnetic influence of the Spiritual Soul. 2. Anyone who has undergone the Second Initiation. See also: Initiate.
  13. One who is taught or trained. "And whoever does not bear his cross and come after Me cannot be My disciple" (Luke 14:27).
  14. This term is commonly applied to one who is learning any art or science from one ...
  15. (1) The twelve followers whom Jesus chose during his ministry to be his special companions and assistants. After Judas' betrayal and death, he was replaced by Mattathias. See also Apostle. (2) One of many selected followers of Jesus. (3) Most Christians would understand themselves as disciples.
  16. One who has received initiation from a spiritual master and then follows the path shown by the master.
  17. In the narrow sense of the word it means the monk who obeys a Gerondas so that he gets healed and acquires theosis in the grace of God. In the wide sense of the word “disciple” means every Christian who receives spiritual guidance by his spiritual father.
  18. a meditator who is capable of forming a stable attunement with an Initiate, so that he or she can receive inner teachings from that Spiritual Teacher, and channel Light and Guidance emanating from that Teacher to others. ...
  19. A devotee who has a long and/or close association with their guru or master; may be considered to have a higher level of realisation than the other disciples (although not as high as the guru him or herself) and generally works closely with them in the running of their organisation. More.
  20. One who has surrendered his everything, that is, his body, wealth and life unto the Guru and practices Spirituality as advised by Him.
  21. As a noun, to believe in Jesus' teachings, person, and sacrifice; to follow his example and grow into His likeness. As a verb, to assist another in the way of the Lord Jesus Christ. [Mt 16:24, Lk 14:27, Jn 8:31, 13:35,15:8, Mt 10:24-25,12:49. Bible Study on The Cross.]
  22. A person who follows the teachings of Jesus.
  23. In the gospels a disciple is a follower of a particular religious leader such as Jesus or John the Baptist. The name is derived from a Greek word which means "learner". Jesus selected twelve men to serve as his original disciples, but he acquired many others during his ministry. ...
  24. Those who accepted Jesus' message to follow him are called his disciples. Jesus associated his disciples with his own life, revealed the mystery of the kingdom to the disciples and gave them a share in his mission, His joy, and his sufferings.
  25. A member of Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church who has completed Discovering Faith 201 and who is committed to developing the habits of Spiritual Maturity.