indwell in English

verb
1
be permanently present in (someone's soul or mind); possess spiritually.
the Holy Spirit descended to indwell the believers
2
(of a catheter, needle, etc.) fixed in a person's body for a long period of time.
She also had a seizure disorder and multiple infections of an indwelling catheter through which she was receiving total parenteral nutrition.

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1. 8 Inferiority feelings involve a kind of negative mental experience, caused by improper self-evaluation; they indwell in the group of college students and influence their mental health severely.

2. 9 His ministry is to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ, and during this age to convict man of sin, regenerate the repentant sinner, to indwell, guide, instruct, sanctify and empower the believer.