Which preposition to use with fellowship

of Occurrences 125%

'The fellowship of his sufferings.'

with Occurrences 108%

When he invites them to his assembly, he gives each the tacit assurance that it will not be brought into fellowship with those which in one or another of a dozen subtle ways will be uncongenial company for it.

in Occurrences 50%

It was a beautiful fellowship in which they were banded together, for the Hawthornes had returned and were learning to find their pleasure in doing their Father's will.

to Occurrences 14%

"What a happy reflection for a Saint," said Eulogius, who was rapidly passing from the mellow stage of good fellowship to the maudlin, "that even after his celestial assumption he is permitted to continue a source of blessing and benefit to his fellow-creatures as yet dwelling in the shade of mortality!

at Occurrences 10%

At the end of three months of steady work, she spent a few days with an uncle and aunt who were staying at Bonn, but the gay boarding-house life contrasted so unfavourably with the happy Christian fellowship at Kaiserswerth, that she was thankful to return to her duties, playfully writing:"The nun will not soon again leave her cell, for it was with very nun-like feelings she met the world again."

for Occurrences 8%

He entered first at Peterhouse, where his uncle Isaac was a Fellow, but at that time his uncle was ejected from his Fellowship for loyalty to the King's cause, and removed to Oxford; the nephew, who entered at Cambridge, therefore avoided Peterhouse, and went to Trinity College.

between Occurrences 8%

The true internationalisma spirit of mutual understanding and fellowship between men and nations, to replace the suspicions, the competition, and the watchful selfishness of the past generationis the moral task that lies before Europe and America to-day.

as Occurrences 6%

Like you, he and his companion rejoice at meeting with those to whom, although not exactly agreeing with us in some respects, they can give the right hand of fellowship as laborers under the same Master.

on Occurrences 4%

It is not strange that England produces fine scholars, when we consider that her colleges confer fellowships on the best undergraduates.

among Occurrences 4%

Not even all Methodist, by any means, J.W. perceived; and yet the fellowship among these strangers was very real.

from Occurrences 3%

And when little Tom Tusher, his neighbour, came from school for his holiday, and said how he, too; like Harry, was to be bred up for an English priest, and would get a college scholarship and fellowship from his school, and then a good livingit tasked young Harry Esmond's powers of reticence not to say to his young companion, "Church!

by Occurrences 2%

We spoke of trivialities almost for the first time since our landing, fused into a temporary but complete good fellowship by the relief.

without Occurrences 1%

He is not fond of mathematics, but has resolution sufficient to study them; because it will be impossible for him to obtain a fellowship without them.

after Occurrences 1%

He was made LL.D. in 1685, and, although he professed himself a Roman Catholic in James II.'s reign, he managed to keep his fellowship after that monarch's flight by becoming Protestant again.

before Occurrences 1%

Hermia's cover for the night assured, Markham had accepted the invitation, and now, all care banished for at least twelve hours, they sat in great good fellowship before the fire, listening to Cleofonte's tales of the road.

like Occurrences 1%

But in what state is the proffered fellowship like that of the communion of saints?

than Occurrences 1%

He is in all things more ambitious of the title of good fellowship than of wisdom.

towards Occurrences 1%

He hated the thought of the past; there was nothing that called out his love and fellowship towards the strangers he had come amongst; and the future was all dark, for there was no Unseen Love that cared for him.

up Occurrences 1%

Not a few of those included in the latter half became Congregational Churches, and remain in that fellowship up to this time.

about Occurrences 1%

Right so departed Sir Launcelot with the gentlewoman and rode until he came into a forest, and into a great valley, where they saw an abbey of nuns; and there was a squire ready and opened the gates, and so they entered and descended off their horses; and there came a fair fellowship about Sir Launcelot, and welcomed him and were passing glad of his coming.

Which preposition to use with  fellowship