There are 2 definitions of leading in English:

leading1

Syllabification: lead·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈlēdiNG
 
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adjective

[attributive]

noun

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  • 1Guidance or leadership, especially in a spiritual context.
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    • Things can be learned in many ways (spiritual leading is one way you pointed).
    • It is a longing for a church that raises up leaders who recognize that leading and listening are not mutually exclusive.
    • Thus, if we are not willing to give total obedience to his leading, we should not pray for blessing from above.
  • 1.1An instance of spiritual guidance: the leadings of the Holy Spirit
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    • He exhorted us to concentrate primarily on obeying the written guidance in God's word, rather than seeking mysterious leadings and feelings.
    • Shine your light into my darkness and help me to follow the leadings of love.
    • This was in part because, over time, my leadings (as the Quakers would say) toward Christianity became suspect in my own mind.

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There are 2 definitions of leading in English:

leading2

Syllabification: lead·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈlediNG
 
/

noun

  • The amount of blank space between lines of print.
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    • Most scrapbookers don't know what kerning or leading are and how to adjust them accordingly.
    • I must say it is very interesting, but is it really necessary to have the typesetting within so big and the leading between each line so expanded?
    • And certainly, with that leading, I think surrounding it a box would be a mistake.

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