Character Study on Neri

Character Study on Neri

Jeremiah 32: And I gave the evidence of the purchase unto Baruch the son of Neriah, the son of Maaseiah, in the sight of Hanameel mine uncle's son, and in the presence of the witnesses that subscribed the book of the purchase, before all the Jews that sat in the court of the prison.
Jeremiah 32: Now when I had delivered the evidence of the purchase unto Baruch the son of Neriah, I prayed unto the LORD, saying,
Jeremiah 36: Then Jeremiah called Baruch the son of Neriah: and Baruch wrote from the mouth of Jeremiah all the words of the LORD, which he had spoken unto him, upon a roll of a book.
Jeremiah 36: And Baruch the son of Neriah did according to all that Jeremiah the prophet commanded him, reading in the book the words of the LORD in the LORD'S house.
Jeremiah 36: Therefore all the princes sent Jehudi the son of Nethaniah, the son of Shelemiah, the son of Cushi, unto Baruch, saying, Take in thine hand the roll wherein thou hast read in the ears of the people, and come. So Baruch the son of Neriah took the roll in his hand, and came unto them.
Jeremiah 36: Then took Jeremiah another roll, and gave it to Baruch the scribe, the son of Neriah; who wrote therein from the mouth of Jeremiah all the words of the book which Jehoiakim king of Judah had burned in the fire: and there were added besides unto them many like words.
Jeremiah 43: But Baruch the son of Neriah setteth thee on against us, for to deliver us into the hand of the Chaldeans, that they might put us to death, and carry us away captives into Babylon.
Jeremiah 43: Even men, and women, and children, and the king's daughters, and every person that Nebuzaradan the captain of the guard had left with Gedaliah the son of Ahikam the son of Shaphan, and Jeremiah the prophet, and Baruch the son of Neriah.
Jeremiah 45: The word that Jeremiah the prophet spake unto Baruch the son of Neriah, when he had written these words in a book at the mouth of Jeremiah, in the fourth year of Jehoiakim the son of Josiah king of Judah, saying,
Jeremiah 51: The word which Jeremiah the prophet commanded Seraiah the son of Neriah, the son of Maaseiah, when he went with Zedekiah the king of Judah into Babylon in the fourth year of his reign. And this Seraiah was a quiet prince.
Luke 3: Which was the son of Joanna, which was the son of Rhesa, which was the son of Zorobabel, which was the son of Salathiel, which was the son of Neri,

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1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Neri, Philip, Saint
Confessor; apostle of Rome; founder of the Oratory; born Florence, 1515; died Rome, 1595. He engaged in commercial activity at Monte Cassino, 1534-1551, but abandoned it to go to Rome, where he distinguished himself by his erudition. Foregoing his worldly interests, he devoted himself to the care of the poor and sick. Ordained priest in 1551, he founded the Congregation of the Oratory, approbation of which was granted by Pope Gregory XIII, 1575. It spread rapidly through Italy and Philip was elected superior general. His life was remarkable for singular devotion to the Blessed Sacrament. Patron of Rome. Emblems: altar, chasuble, and vial. Canonized, 1622. Body in a shrine in Chiesa Nuova. Feast, Roman Calendar, May 26,.

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Oratory of Saint Philip Neri
Founded by Saint Philip Neri at Rome, 1575, and promoted by Pope Gregory XIII. The rule, not officially constituted till 17 years after Saint Philip's death, was approved by Pope Paul V, 1612. The Congregation of Rome is composed of independent communities of secular priests under obedience but not bound by vows. The threefold object is prayer, preaching, and the sacraments. In close connection with communities of the Oratory is the Brotherhood of the Little Oratory, a confraternity of clerics and laymen whose exercises are a focus of spiritual life. The seat of the government is the church of Vallicella at Rome and there are Italian, Spanish and English foundations, the latter made by Cardinal Newman at Edgbaston, near Birmingham, in 1847. The London Oratory became known largely through the preaching and publications of Father Faber, that of Birmingham through the influence of Cardinal Newman. The French Congregation, though taking its origin and some of its rules from that of Saint Philip, is a distinct institution founded at Paris, 1611, by Cardinal de Berulle with the official title, "Congregation des Prêtres de l'Oratoirede N.S.J.C." Approved by Pope Paul V, 1613, and by Pope Innocent X, 1654, it was suppressed by the Revolution in 1792; reconstituted, 1852; approved, 1864, and its constitution confirmed, 1893; revised and again approved, 1925. It now exists as the "Congregatio Oratorii Jesu et Mariae Immaculatae." The Superior General resides at Paris. See also the congregation's web site.

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Neri
Contracted from Neriah, "Jehovah is my lamp"; son of Melchi, and father of Salathiel (Luke 3:27). Of Nathan's line; but when Jeconiah's issue failed Salathiel succeeded as heir of Solomon's throne, and is therefore reckoned in the genealogy as Jeconiah's son, as inheriting his status and prerogatives (1 Chronicles 3:17; Matthew 1:12).

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Neri
NERI. An ancestor of Jesus ( Luke 3:27 ).

Holman Bible Dictionary - Neri
(nee' ri) Personal name meaning, “lamp.” An ancestor of Jesus (Luke 3:27 ).



Hitchcock's Bible Names - Neri
My light
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Neri
Son of Melchi, in the genealogy of the Lord Jesus. Luke 3:27 .

The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary - Neri
See Neriah

Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament - Neri
NERI.—An ancestor of Jesus, Luke 3:27.

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o.s.f.n. - = Confederation of the Oratory of Saint Philip of Neri; Oratorians ...
Salathiel - Whom I asked of God, the son of Jeconiah (Matthew 1:12 ; 1 Chronicles 3:17 ); also called the son of Neri (Luke 3:27 ). The probable explanation of the apparent discrepancy is that he was the son of Neri, the descendant of Nathan, and thus heir to the throne of David on the death of Jeconiah (Compare Jeremiah 22:30 )
Neriah - Jeremiah 51:59; Jeremiah 32:12 Neri, Jeremiah 36:4; Jeremiah 43:3
Melchi -
The son of Addi, and father of Neri (Luke 3:28 )
Jecamiah - One of seven, apparently sons of Neri, of Nathan's line (as was Salathiel, Luke 3:27), introduced into the royal line when Jehoiachin had no child who succeeded to the throne (1 Chronicles 3:17-18). Jeconiah's son Assir left a daughter probably, who according to the law of heiresses (Numbers 27:8; Numbers 36:8-9) married a man of a family of her paternal tribe, namely, Neri descended from Nathan, David's son
Nedabiah - Assir, another son, left only a daughter who, according to the law of heiresses (Numbers 27:8), married into her paternal tribe, namely, Neri, sprung from Nathan, David's son (Keil). , sons of Neri in lineal descent, the list in Chronicles only giving the order of succession
Neriah - NeriAH, Neri... We meet with two of this name
Salathiel - Son of Jeconias king of Judah, father of Zerobabel according to Matthew 1:12; but son of Neri, and father of Zerobabel according to Luke 3:27; see also 1 Chronicles 3:17-19. No genealogy would assign to a king's true son and heir an inferior parentage, whereas a private person's son would naturally be ranked in the king's pedigree on his becoming rightful heir of the throne, therefore Luke's genealogy must be that of the natural descent, and Salathiel was "son of Neri," descended from Nathan son of David
Shealtiel - Luke 3:27; Luke 3:31, makes Shealtiel son of Neri, a descendant of David, through Nathan not Solomon; probably Jeconiah, (besides the Zedekiah in 1 Chronicles 3:16 who died childless), had another son, Assir, who left only a daughter, who, according to the law as to heiresses (Numbers 27:8; Numbers 36:8-9), married a man of her paternal tribe, namely, Neri, of David's family in Nathan's line
Salathiel, Shealtiel - ... In Luke 3:27 , Salathiel is called the son of Neri, and this is supposed to be the true descent, and that Salathiel was the heir of Jehoiachin
Niccolo Sfondrati - He was Bishop of Cremona, a participant in the sessions of the Council of Trent, cardinal-priest, and friend of Saint Charles Borromeo and Saint Philip Neri
Gregory Xiv, Pope - He was Bishop of Cremona, a participant in the sessions of the Council of Trent, cardinal-priest, and friend of Saint Charles Borromeo and Saint Philip Neri
Sfondrati, Niccolo - He was Bishop of Cremona, a participant in the sessions of the Council of Trent, cardinal-priest, and friend of Saint Charles Borromeo and Saint Philip Neri
Leo xi, Pope - Philip Neri was his adviser in many important matters
Cantalice, Felix of, Saint - Though illiterate, he was so advanced in the spiritual life that Saint Philip Neri selected him to assist Saint Charles Borromeo in drawing up the constitutions for his Oblates
Benincasa, Ursula, Venerable - Rumors of her visions and ecstasies excited complaint and she was called to Rome and questioned by Gregory XIII, who placed her under the direction of Saint Philip Neri
Ursula Benincasa, Venerable - Rumors of her visions and ecstasies excited complaint and she was called to Rome and questioned by Gregory XIII, who placed her under the direction of Saint Philip Neri
Religious Congregations - , the Oratorians of Saint Philip Neri, 1566; or such as, though bound by simple vows, remained secular, e
Florence, Italy, City of - The city was the seat of the Seventeenth AEcumenical Council (1438-1445), the home of many saints (Catherine de' Ricci, Mary Magdalen de Pazzi, Philip Neri), and the birthplace of Dante, Giotto, Fra Angelico, Donatello, and of six popes
Naples, Italy, City of - Its famous churches, among which are the Gothic Cathedral of Saint Januarius, begun in 1272, which shelters the martyr's relics, the baroque church of Saint Philip Neri, the Church of Saint Clare and the Monastery of San Domenico Maggiore (1255), containing the cell of Saint Thomas Aquinas, are rich in art treasures, and the secular buildings, including the royal palace and the museum have interesting archmological collections
Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da - Said to have been a pupil of Jacob Arcadelt, he owed his training in liturgy to Saint Philip Neri
Oratorians - Founded by Saint Philip Neri at Rome, 1575, and promoted by Pope Gregory XIII
Oratory of Saint Philip Neri - Founded by Saint Philip Neri at Rome, 1575, and promoted by Pope Gregory XIII
Baronius, Cesare - He studied in Rome, became a follower of Philip Neri, and was ordained in 1564
Apostles Other Than the Twelve - )... Father Bartolome Las Casas The West Indies... Saint Lazarus Provence, France... Saint Livinus Flanders... Saint Ludger Westphalia... Saint Martha Provence, France... Saint Martin of Tours France... Saint Maruthas Persia... Saint Matthias Asiatic Ethiopia... Saint Ninian North Britain... the Picts... Saint Nino Georgia (the nation)... Saint Olaf Norway... Saint Otto Pomerania... Saint Palladius Scotland... Saint Patrick Ireland... Saint Paul The Gentiles... Saint Paul de Leon Brittany... Saint Peter Claver The Negro Slaves... Saint Phillip Neri Rome... Saint Piat Tournai, Belgium... Picquet, Francois, P
Oratory - Phillip de Neri, a native of Florence, who, in the year 1548, founded at Rome the Confraternity of the Holy Trinity
Zerubbabel - Matthew deduces his line from Jechonias and Solomon, Luke deduces it through Neri and Nathan, because Zerubbabel was the legal successor and heir of Jeconiah's royalty and at the same time the grandson of Neri and lineal descendant of Nathan the son of David
Zerub'Babel - Zerubbabel was the legal successor and heir of Jeconiah's royal estate, the grandson of Neri and the lineal descendant of Nathan the son of David
Jehoiachin - In Luke 3:27 Shealtiel (Salathiel) is son of Neri of the lineage of David's son Nathan, not Solomon. Probably Assir left a daughter, who, according to the law of heiresses (Numbers 37:8; Numbers 36:8-9), married a man of a family of her paternal tribe, namely, Neri descended from Nathan
Genealogy of Jesus Christ - (see above) from Abraham to David, but then gives the line to Shealtiel through David’s son Nathan, making Shealtiel the son of Neri, not of king Jechoniah (see 2 below). Jechoniah was childless, or at least his heirs died out ( Jeremiah 22:24 ; Jeremiah 22:30 ), and Shealtiel, though called his ‘son’ in 1 Chronicles 3:17 , was probably only his legal heir, being son of Neri ( Luke 3:27 )
Paul as the Chief of Sinners - " "Begone! all ye self-ignorant and false flatterers," shouted Philip Neri at them; "I am good for nothing but to do evil
the Pharisee - Philip Neri who, when some one praised him, cried out, Begone! I am a devil, and not a saint! And who, when going to communicate, would protest before his Lord that he was good for nothing but to do evil Such utter self-prostration, I say, is the very badge and token of the servant of Christ; and this indeed is conveyed in His own words when He says, I am not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance