Origin of manifestation
Examples from the Web for self-manifestation
By His glory we must mean the self-manifestation of His person.The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Hebrews
Thomas Charles Edwards
But it cannot end, for it is the self-manifestation of the divine life.
There is no limit except the uncounted wealth of His own self-manifestation, the flashing light of revealed divinity.
God's glory is the transcendent lustre of His own infinite character in its self-manifestation.
The fulfilment and self-manifestation of righteousness is absolute end, self-end.A History of Philosophy in Epitome
- the act of demonstrating; displaya manifestation of solidarity
- the state of being manifested
- an indication or sign
- a public demonstration of feeling
- the materialization of a disembodied spirit
Word Origin and History for self-manifestation
early 15c., "action of manifesting; exhibition, demonstration," from Late Latin manifestationem (nominative manifestatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin manifestare (see manifest (adj.)). Meaning "an object, action, or presence by which something is made manifest" is from 1785. The spiritualism sense is attested from 1853.
- An indication of the existence, reality, or presence of something, especially an illness.