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  1. Surrender definition, to yield (something) to the possession or power of another; deliver up possession of on demand or under duress: to surrender the fort to the enemy; to surrender the stolen goods to the police. See more.
  2. ‘This isn't a war against an enemy that will surrender and move on.’ ‘However, he was a soldier true at heart and would never surrender without resisting with all the means at his disposal.’ ‘With no emperor, there would be no one with the authority to surrender.’.
  3. surrender meaning: 1. to stop fighting and admit defeat: 2. If you surrender to an experience or emotion, you stop. Learn more.
  4. Eckhart Tolle writes: "To some people surrender may have negative connotations, implying defeat, giving up, failing to rise to challenges, and so on. True surrender, however, is something entirely different. It does not mean to passively put up with whatever situation you find yourself in .
  5. Kyle Idleman. Kyle Idleman is the Teaching Pastor at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky, the fourth largest church in America. He is the author of .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Never Surrender on Discogs.
  7. Americans don’t surrender. Surrender means weakness. It means defeat. It means I give up, doesn’t it? Surrendering to God is a challenge even for those who have come to know the Lord of glory, Jesus Christ. First, let’s examine the kind of surrender I believe the Lord calls for and then the path to it.
  8. Our Lord replies to this statement of Peter by saying that this surrender is “for My sake and the gospel’s” (Mark ). It was not for the purpose of what the disciples themselves would get out of it. Beware of surrender that is motivated by personal benefits that may result. For example.
  9. Dictionary entry overview: What does surrender mean? • SURRENDER (noun) The noun SURRENDER has 4 senses. 1. acceptance of despair 2. a verbal act of admitting defeat 3. the delivery of a principal into lawful custody 4. the act of surrendering (usually under agreed conditions) Familiarity information: SURRENDER used as a noun is uncommon. • SURRENDER (verb).

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