What does Day By Day mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
לַיּ֖וֹם day 2

Definitions Related to Day by Day

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   1 day, time, year.
      1a day (as opposed to night).
      1b day (24 hour period).
         1b1 as defined by evening and morning in Genesis 1.
         1b2 as a division of time.
            1b2a a working day, a day’s journey.
      1c days, lifetime (pl.
      ).
      1d time, period (general).
      1e year.
      1f temporal references.
         1f1 today.
         1f2 yesterday.
         1f3 tomorrow.
         

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Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection - Day by Day
A celebrated modern writer says, 'Take care of the minutes, and the hours will take care of themselves.' This is an admirable remark, and might be very seasonably recollected when we begin to be 'weary in well-doing,' from the thought of having much to do. The present moment is all we have to do with in any sense; the past is irrecoverable; the future is uncertain; nor is it fair to burthen one moment with the weight of the next. Sufficient unto the moment is the trouble thereof. If we had to walk a hundred miles, we should still have to set but one step at a time, and this process continued would infallibly bring us to our journey's end. fatigue generally begins, and is always increased, by calculating in a minute the exertion of hours. Thus, in looking forward to future life, let us recollect that we have not to sustain all its toil, to endure all its sufferings, or encounter all its crosses at once. One moment comes laden with its own little burthens, then flies, and is succeeded by another no heavier than the last; if one could be borne, so could another, and another. Even in looking forward to a single day, the spirit may sometimes faint from an anticipation of the duties, the labours, the trials to temper and patience, that may be expected. Now, this is unjustly laying the burthen of many thousand moments upon one.: Youth's Magazine for November, 1819.
Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection - Day by Day (2)
A person says, 'I cannot understand bow I am to get along when I leave my father's house.' Why should you see it till that time comes? What if a person going on a journey of five years should undertake to carry provisions, and clothes, and gold enough to last him during the whole time, lugging them as he travelled, like a veritable Englishman, with all creation at his back! If he is wise he will supply himself at the different points where he stops. When he gets to London, let him buy what he needs there; when he gets to Paris, let him buy what he needs there; when he gets to Rome, let him buy what he needs there; and when he gets to Vienna, Dresden, Munich, St. Petersburg, and Canton, let him buy what he needs at these places! He will find at each of them, and all the other cities which he visits, whatever things he requires. Why, then, should he undertake to carry them around the globe with him? It would be the greatest folly imaginable. And as to gold, why should he load down his pockets with that? Let him take a circular letter of credit, which is good, yet not usable till he arrives at the place where he needs it. When he gets to London, let him present it to Baring Brothers; when he gets to Paris, let him present it to the Rothschilds. And as he proceeds, let him place it in the hands of the bankers of the various places at which he stops; and he will get the means for prosecuting his journey. Now God gives every believer a circular letter of credit for life, and says, 'Whenever you get to a place where you need assistance, take your letter to the Banker, and the needed assistance will be given you.': Henry Ward Beecher.

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Daily - Happening or being every day done Day by Day bestowed or enjoyed every day as daily labor a daily allowance. Every day Day by Day as, a thing happen daily
Daily - ) Every day; Day by Day; as, a thing happens daily
Daily - , "according to" (kata) "the day" (hemera), "day by day, daily," Acts 6:1 . , "according to, or for, (the) day, or throughout the day," "day by day," e. , "day and day," "day by day," 2 Corinthians 4:16 ; (c) hemeran ex hemeras, lit. , "according to each day," Hebrews 3:13 , "day by day," RV
Inconsistency - I did see a man once trying to walk on both sides of the street at one time, but he was undoubtedly drunk; and when we see a man labouring Day by Day to walk on both sides of the street, morally: in the shady side of sin and the sunny side of holiness, or reeling in the evening, at one time towards the bright lights of virtue, and anon staggering back to sin in dark places, where no lamp is shining: we say of him, 'He is morally intoxicated,' and wisdom adds, 'He is mad, and if the Great Physician heal him not, his madness will bring him to destruction
Suffering: True Service - When I was well, I used to hear the Lord say Day by Day, 'Betty, go here; Betty, go there; Betty, do this; Betty, do that;' and I used to do it as well as I could; and now I hear him say every day, 'Betty, lie still and cough
Salvation: Theme For Thought - Day by Day he would look upon this singular book, and at last he told the secret of what it meant
Each, Each Man, Each One - , Luke 6:44 ; John 19:23 ; Hebrews 3:13 , where "day by day," is, lit
Needlework - We ourselves weave this robe Day by Day by our Christian activities for our Lord
Day - "Give us Day by Day our daily bread" (Luke 11:3); i
Manna - ’ God has a far better gift than the manna that was gathered Day by Day in the wilderness
Manna - ’ God has a far better gift than the manna that was gathered Day by Day in the wilderness
World: Vanity of Pursuit of - Your life shall fade from you, and sink through the earth into the ice of Caina; but Day by Day your body shall be dressed more gaily, and set in higher chariots, and have more orders on its breast, crowns on its head, if you will
Continuity - ” In many passages, tâmı̂yd bears the nuance of “regular repetition”: “Now this is that which thou shalt offer upon the altar; two lambs of the first year Day by Day continually
Bread - Jesus calls himself "the living bread, and the bread of God;" to intimate, that as the natural man is sustained Day by Day, life kept up and preserved by receiving the common bread for the body, so the spiritual life in Jesus is wholly supported by communications from Jesus, and life in Jesus
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Tâmı̂yd occurs most frequently of the daily rituals in the tabernacle and temple: “Now this is that which thou shalt offer upon the altar; two lambs of the first year Day by Day continually” ( New Self - For Paul, the creation of the new self is the antithesis of the decay and death of the old self, the human body: "Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed Day by Day" (2 Corinthians 4:16 )
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Trespass Offering Leviticus 5:6 (c) This offering is for the actual sins which are committed Day by Day and must be met by the sacrifice of our blessed Lord
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As bread was made in thin cakes it soon became dry, as the Gibeonites alleged as to their bread (Joshua 9:12), and so fresh bread was usually baked every day, which usage gives point to "give us Day by Day our daily bread" (Luke 11:3)
Day - The word denotes a period of twenty-four hours: “And it came to pass, as she spake to Joseph Day by Day …” ( Law - 119:1), or “the Law of God”: “Also Day by Day, from the first day unto the last day, [1] read in the book of the law of God” ( Hilkiah - Deuteronomy, the repetition of the law in a summary, was the leading portion read, just as at the reading in the feast of tabernacles every seventh year, the year of release, not the whole Pentateuch but lessons from it Day by Day were read (Nehemiah 8:18; Nehemiah 9:3-5, etc
Ever, Everlasting - ” The parallelism demonstrates that ‛ôlâm (or ‛olam) means “day by day,” or “continually
Day - Like Paul, the Christian in one sense dies daily (1 Corinthians 15:31 ), but in another sense is renewed Day by Day (2 Corinthians 4:16 )
Tabernacles, the Feast of - (31:10-13) We find Ezra reading the law during the festival "day by day, from the first day to the last day
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(6) It must be gathered "day by day," fresh each day; so today's grace will not suffice for tomorrow (1 Kings 8:59 margin; Matthew 6:11; Luke 11:3)
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Luke 11:3 (5) Our daily (?) bread give us Day by Day
Love-Feast - ’ In Acts 2:46 we read that ‘day by day, continuing stedfastly with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread at home, they did take their food with gladness and singleness of heart
Christian - As these Antiochenes saw Barnabas and Saul standing Day by Day in the market-place or at the corners of the streets, and proclaiming that the Christ had come and that Jesus was the Christ, they caught up the word without understanding it, and bestowed the name of ‘Christians’ on these preachers and their followers
Lord's Prayer, the - It also refers to the bread necessary for daily life in this world as Luke 11:3 indicates: “Give us Day by Day
Labour (2) - It may not be out of place to call attention here to those incidental statements which picture for us the Apostle of the Gentiles and his companions working Day by Day to supply their physical necessities (1 Corinthians 4:12 κοτιῶμεν, ct
the Wedding Guest Who Sat Down in the Lowest Room - It so happens that just as I am composing these lines for you I have come in our morning worship on this children's hymn for your children and mine:-...
Day by day the little daisyLooks up with its yellow eye,Never murmurs, never wishesIt were hanging up on high
Trade And Commerce - In Nehemiah’s time different classes of dealers had their locations in Jerusalem goldsmiths and grocers ( Nehemiah 3:32 ), fishmongers ( Nehemiah 13:16 ); but most articles of general consumption seem to have been brought in Day by Day by foreigners and others ( Nehemiah 10:32 and Nehemiah 13:20 )
Luke, Gospel According to - Does this mean that the Prayer was delivered twice, in two different forms, or that Luke abbreviated the original, or that Matthew enlarged it? The first hypothesis is a priori quite probable; but if we have to choose between the two others, the presence of the Lukan phrase ‘day by day’ ( Luke 11:3 , so Luke 19:47 , Acts 17:11 , not elsewhere in NT), and of others which seem to be simplifications (as ‘we forgive’ for ‘we have forgiven’ of Mt
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Children - Those who looked upon Him in the cradle would perceive that even beyond the infant Moses (Hebrews 11:23) this was ‘a goodly child’; and Day by Day as He grew and waxed strong, He became more and more filled not only with knowledge but with wisdom, and not only with wisdom but with grace, and so steadily advanced ‘not alone in power and knowledge, but by year and hour in reverence and in charity
Law of Moses - (23:24,25) (c) Wages to be paid Day by Day
Lord's Prayer (ii) - ’s ‘day by day,’ which obviates any inappropriateness in asking at night for the bread of the day
Parousia - Meanwhile the spiritual process is at work, the inner man is being created anew Day by Day ( 2 Corinthians 4:16)
Turning - And what are those great appeals that Jesus constantly makes—for a taking up of the cross in order to follow Him (Matthew 16:24 ||), for a willingness to lose one’s life in order to find it (Matthew 10:39, Matthew 16:25, Matthew 18:8-9), for a ‘hating’ of one’s dearest friends in order to be His disciple (Luke 14:26)—but a demand for conversion, even though the figure of turning is not employed?...
In the story of the Apostolic Church, again, we have constant illustrations of the great spiritual change—the 3000 souls brought into the Church on the day of Pentecost (Acts 2:41), and those who thereafter were added to them Day by Day (Acts 2:47); the results that everywhere followed the preaching of the word, whether by the lips of evangelists (Acts 8:5-6; Acts 8:12, Acts 11:21; Acts 11:24) or Apostles (Acts 9:35, Acts 10:44, Acts 14:1 etc
Terah - Terah is the Magian father of all those sweet, wise, beautiful souls who stand rooted in a green and genial old age: all those in whom, though their outward man may perish, yet their inward man is renewed Day by Day
Joseph - When she importuned him Day by Day, he avoided being with her; they who would escape sin should flee temptation and occasions of sin
Eucharist - We are told that ‘they continued stedfastly in the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of bread (τῇ κλάσει τοῦ ἄρτου) and the prayers’ (1 Corinthians 11:20-346), Further, we read that ‘Day by day continuing stedfastly with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread (κλῶντες ἄρτον) at home, they partook of food with gladness and singleness of heart, praising God and having favour with all the people’ (Acts 2:46-47)
Chrysostom, John, Bishop of Constantinople - Day by Day, during this terrible suspense, lasting for three weeks, Chrysostom devoted his noblest gifts as a sacred orator to awaken repentance among the dissolute crowds hanging on his impassioned words