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charisma. noun, plural cha·ris·ma·ta [kuh-riz-muh-tuh]. /kəˈrɪz mə tə/. Theology. a divinely conferred gift or power. a spiritual power or personal quality that gives an individual influence or authority over large numbers of people.
A spiritual gift or charism (plural: charisms or charismata; in Greek singular: χάρισμα charism, plural: χαρίσματα charismata) is a concept in Christianity that refers to an endowment or extraordinary power given by the Holy Spirit.
cha•ris•ma. (kəˈrɪz mə) n., pl. -ma•ta (-mə tə) 1. a special quality conferring extraordinary powers of leadership and the ability to inspire veneration. 2. a personal magnetism that enables an individual to attract or influence people. 3.
The Greek term charisma denotes any good gift that flows from God's benevolent love ( charis) unto man; any Divine grace or favour, ranging from redemption and life eternal to comfort in communing with brethren in the Faith ( Romans 5:15, 16; 6:23; 11:29 ). The term has, however, a narrower meaning: the spiritual graces and qualifications granted to every Christian to perform his task in the Church: "Every one hath his proper gift [charisma] from God; one after this manner, and another after ...
plural charismata \ kə- ˈriz- mə- tə ; ˌker- iz- ˈmä- tə , ˌka- riz- \ or charisms Definition of charism : an extraordinary power (as of healing) given a Christian by the Holy Spirit for the good of the church
Definition of charisma. 1 : a personal magic of leadership arousing special popular loyalty or enthusiasm for a public figure (such as a political leader) His success was largely due to his charisma. 2 : a special magnetic charm or appeal the charisma of a popular actor. Synonyms & Antonyms Did You Know?
Charismata: Rethinking the so-called Spiritual Gifts.
the gift of faith, knowledge, holiness, virtue the economy of divine grace, by which the pardon of sin and eternal salvation is appointed to sinners in consideration of the merits of Christ laid hold of by faith