The position, post, or duty of being an apostle(noun) प्रेरित होने की स्थिति, पद या कर्तव्य
Examples of word apostleship
His omission of mention of his apostleship is no proof that he was not an apostle; for so also James omits it in his heading; and Paul, in his Epistles to the
[Bengel]. according to the promise of life ... in Christ -- Paul's apostleship is in order to carry into effect this promise.
The way and manner in which he justifies himself and his apostleship from the opprobrious insinuations and accusations of false teachers, who endeavoured to ruin his reputation at Corinth, ch.x. -xii., and throughout the whole epistle.
The apostles, it is true, were elders virtually, that is, their apostleship contained all offices in it, but they were not elders formally.
The apostleship is the incarnation of the tradition.
"The gift of the grace of God," may mean the gracious gift, i.e. the gift due to the grace of God; or, the gift which is the grace of God; so that the charis, grace, as Paul often calls his apostleship, is the thing given.
That the apostleship was a gift, or grace from God,
We have received the favour of this apostleship, that is grace; and a fitness for it, that is truth.
It was in pursuance of his office: Because of the grace (that is, the apostleship, ch.i. 5) given to me of God, to be the minister of Jesus Christ to the Gentiles, v. 16.
Luke has recorded none, for he tells them (2 Cor.xii. 12) that the signs of his apostleship were among them, in wonders and mighty deeds.