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Albeit Meaning and Definition from Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
    Albeit \Al`be"it\, conj. [OE. al be although it be, where al is our all. Cf. Although.] Even though; although; notwithstanding. --Chaucer. Albeit so masked, Madam, I love the truth. --Tennyson.
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* Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one. - Albert Einstein

* We are living in a day of self-seeking and irresponsibility, even in Christian circles. Few indeed are the Christian believers who have truly laid their all on the altar for Christ. Few are the spiritual leaders who truly put God FIRST . Rather they think first, albeit subconsciously, of their positions, popularity, salaries and the success of the organizations over which they preside. While professing strong allegiance to God and His Word, they are nevertheless careful not to emphasize those passages from the Word which might ruffle feathers or rock the boat, as we say. In spite of their professed fidelity to God's Word and will, their first objective is actually to keep their organizations running smoothly and pleasantly so that they may continue to grow in numbers. This has become a way of life in Christendom, but in this matter too we should 'search the Scriptures daily,' to determine whether these things have God's approval, for however good and right a thing may seem, if it is at variance with the Word, rightly divided, it is contrary to the will of God and therefore wrong. - Cornelius Stam


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