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Definition of "impartation" [im•par•ta•tion]

  • The act of imparting something, or the thing imparted (noun)

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Use "impartation" in a sentence
  • "Our oneness with Him even now in His exalted position above (Eph 2: 6), so that all that belongs to Him of righteousness, &c., belongs to us also by perfect imputation and progressive impartation, is the ground of our love being perfected so that we can have confidence in the day of judgment."
  • "A quote: That we disapprove of Latter Rain doctrines and practices such as "impartation,""
  • "In the land of the mega-church, the impartation of ashes was an opportunity to be identified with him who was despised and rejected, or at least with him who was a religious sideshow oddity."