What does Fellow mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
συνεργὸν a companion in work 3
συνκοινωνὸς participant with others in anything 3
συνεργοί a companion in work 3
συνεργοὶ a companion in work 2
σύνδουλοι a fellow servant 2
συνεργός a companion in work 2
זֶ֖ה this 2
σύνδουλός a fellow servant 2
συναιχμάλωτός a fellow prisoner. 2
σύνδουλος a fellow servant 2
συνεργούς a companion in work 1
συνεργῷ a companion in work 1
κοινωνοὶ a partner 1
συνεργῶν a companion in work 1
συστρατιώτην a fellow soldier. 1
؟ הָאִ֗ישׁ man. 1
זֶ֔ה this 1
הֲזֶ֖ה this 1
συστρατιώτῃ a fellow soldier. 1
συνεκδήμους a fellow traveller 1
συνέκδημος a fellow traveller 1
κοινωνοὺς a partner 1
συνδούλους a fellow servant 1
σύνδουλόν a fellow servant 1
συνδούλων a fellow servant 1
συνδούλου a fellow servant 1
συναιχμαλώτους a fellow prisoner. 1
συμπρεσβύτερος a fellow elder. 1
συμπολῖται possessing the same citizenship with others 1
συμμαθηταῖς a fellow disciple. 1
συνκοινωνούς participant with others in anything 1
לָזֶה֙ this 1

Definitions Related to Fellow


   1 participant with others in anything, joint partner.


   1 a companion in work, Fellow worker.


   1 a Fellow servant, one who serves the same master with another.
      1a the associate of a servant (or slave).
      1b one who with others serves (ministers to) a king.
      1c a colleague of one who is Christ’s servant in publishing the gospel.
      1d one who with others acknowledges the same Lord, Jesus, and obeys his commands.
      1e one who with others is subject to the same divine authority in the Messianic economy. 1e1 of angels as the Fellow servants of Christians.


   1 a Fellow prisoner.


   1 a Fellow soldier.
   2 an associate in labours and conflicts for the cause of Christ.


   1 possessing the same citizenship with others, a Fellow citizen.
      1a of Gentiles as received into communion of the saints.
      1b of the people consecrated to God.


   1 this, this one, here, which, this … that, the one … the other, another, such.
      1a (alone).
         1a1 this one.
         1a2 this … that, the one … the other, another.
      1b (appos to subst).
         1b1 this.
      1c (as predicate).
         1c1 this, such.
      1d (enclitically).
         1d1 then.
         1d2 who, whom.
         1d3 how now, what now.
         1d4 what now.
         1d5 wherefore now.
         1d6 behold here.
         1d7 just now.
         1d8 now, now already.
      1e (poetry). 1e1 wherein, which, those who.
      1f (with prefixes).
         1f1 in this (place) here, then.
         1f2 on these conditions, herewith, thus provided, by, through this, for this cause, in this matter.
         1f3 thus and thus.
         1f4 as follows, things such as these, accordingly, to that effect, in like manner, thus and thus.
         1f5 from here, hence, on one side … on the other side.
         1f6 on this account.
         1f7 in spite of this, which, whence, how.


   1 a Fellow disciple.


   1 a Fellow traveller, companion in travel.


   1 man.
      1a man, male (in contrast to woman, female).
      1b husband.
      1c human being, person (in contrast to God).
      1d servant.
      1e mankind.
      1f champion.
      1g great man.
   2 whosoever.
   3 each (adjective).


   1 a partner, associate, comrade, companion.
   2 a partner, sharer, in anything.
      2a of the altar in Jerusalem on which the sacrifices are offered.
         2a1 sharing in the worship of the Jews.
      2b partakers of (or with) demons.
         2b1 brought into fellowship with them, because they are the authors of heathen worship.


   1 a Fellow elder.

Frequency of Fellow (original languages)

Frequency of Fellow (English)


Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Fellow
1: ἀνήρ (Strong's #435 — Noun Masculine — aner — an'-ayr ) denotes "a man," in relation to his sex or age; in Acts 17:5 (plural) it is rendered "fellows," as more appropriate to the accompanying description of them. See HUSBAND , MAN , SIR.
2: ἑταῖρος (Strong's #2083 — Noun Masculine — hetairos — het-ah'ee-ros ) "a companion, comrade," is translated "fellows" in Matthew 11:16 [1]. The word is used only by Matthew and is translated "friend" in Matthew 20:13 ; 22:12 ; 26:50 . See FRIEND.
3: μέτοχος (Strong's #3353 — Adjective — metochos — met'-okh-os ) properly an adjective signifying "sharing in, partaking of," is translated "partners" in Luke 5:7 ; "partakers" in Hebrews 3:1,14 ; 6:4 ; 12:8 ; "fellows" in Hebrews 1:9 , of those who share in a heavenly calling, or have held, or will hold, a regal position in relation to the earthly, messianic kingdom. (Cp. summetochos, "fellow-partakers," in Ephesians 3:6 , RV). See PARTAKER , PARTNER.
Notes: (1) In Acts 24:5 loimos, "a plague, a pest," is rendered "a pestilent fellow." This is a sample of the strongest use of the epithet "fellow." (2) Toioutos, an adjective, "such a one," is often used as a noun, e.g., Acts 22:22 , where it is translated "such a fellow." (3) Houtos, "this," is translated "this fellow" in the AV of Luke 23:2 (RV, "this man"). So in John 9:29 . Both versions have "this man," e.g., in Mark 2:7 ; John 6:52 , in the same contemptuous sense. (4) For the word in combination with various nouns see CITIZEN , DISCIPLE , ELDER , HEIR , HELPER , LABORER , MEMBER , PARTNER , PRISONER , SERVANT , SOLDIER , WORK , WORKER.
Webster's Dictionary - Hail-Fellow
(n.) An intimate companion.
King James Dictionary - Fellow
FEL'LOW, n. Heb. to tie or connect, to be joined or associated.
1. A companion an associate. In youth I had twelve fellows, like myself.
Each on his fellow for assistance calls.
2. One of the same kind. A shepherd had one favorite dog he fed him with his own hand, and took more care of him than of his fellows.
3. An equal. Awake, O sword, against my shepherd, and against the man that is my fellow, saith Jehovah of hosts. Zechariah 13 .
4. One of a pair, or of two things used together and suited to each other. Of a pair of gloves, we call one the fellow of the other. 5. One equal or like another. Of an artist we say, this man has not his fellow, that is, one of like skill. 6. An appellation of contempt a man without good breeding or worth an ignoble man as a mean fellow. Worth makes the man, and want of it the fellow.
7. A member of a college that shares its revenues or a member of any incorporated society. 8. A member of a corporation a trustee. FEL'LOW, To suit with to pair with to match. Little used.
In composition, fellow denotes community of nature, station or employment.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Fellow
FELLOW . This Eng. word is used in AV [1] with the meaning either of (1) companion, or (2) of person. Thus (1) Psalms 45:7 ‘God, thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above thy fellows’; (2) Matthew 26:71 ‘This fellow was also with Jesus of Nazareth’ (RV [2] ‘man’; there is no word in the Gr.). Cf. Tindale’s trans. of Genesis 39:2 ‘And the Lorde was with Joseph, and he was a luckie fellowe.’ Although the word when used in AV [1] for person may have a touch of disparagement, nowhere is it used to express strong contempt as now.
Webster's Dictionary - Fellow-Commoner
(n.) A student at Cambridge University, England, who commons, or dines, at the Fellow's table.
Webster's Dictionary - Fellow-Creature
(n.) One of the same race or kind; one made by the same Creator.
Webster's Dictionary - Fellow
(n.) An equal in power, rank, character, etc.
(n.) One of a pair, or of two things used together or suited to each other; a mate; the male.
(n.) A companion; a comrade; an associate; a partner; a sharer.
(n.) A person; an individual.
(n.) In the English universities, a scholar who is appointed to a foundation called a fellowship, which gives a title to certain perquisites and privileges.
(n.) In an American college or university, a member of the corporation which manages its business interests; also, a graduate appointed to a fellowship, who receives the income of the foundation.
(n.) A member of a literary or scientific society; as, a Fellow of the Royal Society.
(v. t.) To suit with; to pair with; to match.
(n.) A man without good breeding or worth; an ignoble or mean man.
Webster's Dictionary - Fellow-Feeling
(n.) Sympathy; a like feeling.
(n.) Joint interest.
Webster's Dictionary - Odd Fellow
A member of a secret order, or fraternity, styled the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, established for mutual aid and social enjoyment.
The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary - Fellow
I should not have thought it necessary to have called the reader's attention to this word, had it not been to remark to him, the great beauty of it in a double sense, when applied to the person of the Lord Jesus Christ in relation to his fellowship with his Father in the nature and essence of the GODHEAD, and in relation to his fellowship with his church in the human nature; under both which the Lord Jesus appears so lovely and so endeared to his people, as to render him most interesting indeed.
In the former sense of the word, as applied to Christ, or spoken of him, we have that very precious unequalled passage of the Lord, by the prophet Zechariah, (Zechariah 13:7) where JEHOVAH calls him by this name, "The man that is my fellow, saith the Lord of hosts." Every one who knows any thing of the common terms made use of among men, knows also, that fellow means equal. The very name, indeed, would lose all its force and meaning, when spoken of persons in common, if there were supposed the least inequality between them. And this runs through all ranks and orders of the people, from the king to the beggar. The king's fellow, and the beggar's fellow, is perfectly understood as implying a common level. How truly blessed, therefore, is the word as applied by JEHOVAH himself to the person of the Lord Jesus Christ. Who but must rejoice, when he thus receives God the Father's own testimony to the oneness and fellowship in the divine nature between God the Father, and God the Son. "The man that is my fellow, saith the Lord of hosts."
In like manner, on the same ground, how very blessed is it to consider him who, in his divine nature, is fellow to the Lord of hosts; in his human nature, is fellow to his church and people. Here again, the Lord JEHOVAH, the Father, gives the like testimony; for speaking to Joshua, the type of Jesus, the Lord saith, "Here now, O Joshua the high priest, thou and thy fellows that sit before thee, for they are men wondered at" (Zechariah 3:8) Wondered at indeed, to be fellow to him in his human nature, who, in his divine nature, "is fellow to the Lord of hosts!" But so it is: for the truth is undeniable. Hence Jesus himself, by the spirit of prophecy, under the ministry of a prophet, is introduced as saying, "Behold, I and the children whom the Lord hath given me, are for signs and wonders in Israel; from the Lord of hosts, which dwelleth in mount Zion." (Isaiah 8:18) See this more fully explained, (Hebrews 2:11-13) Hence also, the Holy Ghost bears testimony to the same in that glorious Scripture, when speaking of his mediatorial throne, and the covenanting of Christ for his people; "Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever; the sceptre of thy kingdom is a right sceptre. Thou lovest righteousness, and hatest wickedness; therefore God, thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above (or for) thy fellows:" for so the word may be rendered. And if I were writing a Concordance for the learned, and not for the poor man, I should say the original will justify that it should be, non prœ consortibus, sedpropter consortes. (Compare Psalms 45:6-7 with Hebrews 1:8-9)
Now I beg the reader to ponder well the subject, and mark with me the blessedness and the preciousness of it. Here are all the persons in JEHOVAH testifying to this glorious character of the Lord Jesus, as the fellow of the Lord of hosts in his divine nature. And let me ask, what can be more blessed or precious? In the one, how glorious to consider the foundation and security of all that is interesting to our hopes for the life that now is, and that which is to come. And in the other, how very sweet and lovely it is, to know our nearness and fellow partnership in all that is in Christ Jesus as the Head and Husband of his body the church, "the fulness of him that filleth all in all." O! with what rapture ought every child of God to read what the Holy Ghost saith to this purport, in the close of the second chapter of the Hebrews. (Hebrews 2:1-18) "For verily he took not on him the nature of angels; but he took on him the seed of Abraham. Wherefore in all things it behoved him to be made like unto his brethren, that he might be a merciful and faithful high priest in things pertaining to God, to make reconciliation for the sins of the people. For in that he himself hath suffered, being tempted, he is able to succour them that are tempted."
And now I hope from such unanswerable testimonies to this great truth as are found in all the persons of the GODHEAD witnessing to it, the reader will never be in danger of being led away from the uniform and unceasing belief, that he who in his infinite grace and mercy hath made himself our fellow, is, and hath been from all eternity, fellow to the Lord of hosts. If any would teach a contrary doctrine, let him first solemnly declare whether God the Holy Ghost hath taught it him. This question, if properly applied, would be a dreadful silencing to all such as pretend to be "wise above what is written." And I would solemnly recommend also, every one of this description, who, under the pretence of candour, is literally joining, however unintentionally, the Infidel's cause, to read the history of Nadab and Abihu, Leviticus 10:2 and Uzzah, 2 Samuel 6:6-7. With such tremendous judgments in view, we should hear no more of such presumptuous reasonings.
And while the Lord Jesus himself bears testimony to the fellowship and equality between himself and his Father, saying, "I and my Father are one," (John 10:30) none after this would fancy fellow meant neighbour. Neither would such venture to say, when our Lord quoted the passage of Zechariah, which he did in the hour of his sufferings, (see Zechariah 13:7 compared with Matthew 25:31-32) he meant no more than a mere proverbial expression, and had not the most distinct relation to his sufferings and death.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of OT Words - Stupid Fellow
Kesı̂yl (כְּסִיל, Strong's #3684), “stupid fellow; dull person; fool.” This word occurs in the Old Testament 70 times. All of its occurrences are in wisdom literature except 3 in the Psalms.
The kesı̂yl is “insolent” in religion and “stupid or dull” in wise living (living out a religion he professes). In Ps. 92:6 the first emphasis is especially prominent: “A brutish man knoweth not; neither doth a fool understand this.” The psalmist is describing an enemy of God who knew God and His word but, seeing the wicked flourishing, reasoned that they have the right life-style (Ps. 92:7). They have knowledge of God but do not properly evaluate or understand what they know. The second emphasis is especially prominent in wisdom contexts: “How long, ye simple ones, will ye love simplicity? and the scorners delight in their scorning, and fools hate knowledge?” (Prov. 1:22). In such contexts the person so described rejects the claims and teachings of wisdom. However, in the Bible wisdom is the practical outworking of one’s religion. Therefore, even in these contexts there is a clear connotation of insolence in religion.
Kesı̂yl means “stupidity; imperturbability; confidence.” This noun occurs 6 times. It means “stupidity” in Eccl. 7:25 and “confidence” in Prov. 3:26. The meaning of “confidence” also appears in Job 31:24: “If I have made gold my hope.…”
Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Laborer, Fellow Laborer
1: ἐργάτης (Strong's #2040 — Noun Masculine — ergates — er-gat'-ace ) akin to ergazomai, "to work," and ergon, "work," denotes (a) "a field laborer, a husbandman," Matthew 9:37,38 ; 20:1,2,8 ; Luke 10:2 (twice); James 5:4 ; (b) "a workman, laborer," in a general sense, Matthew 10:10 ; Luke 10:7 ; Acts 19:25 ; 1 Timothy 5:18 ; it is used (c) of false apostles and evil teachers, 2 Corinthians 11:13 ; Philippians 3:2 ; (d) of a servant of Christ, 2 Timothy 2:15 ; (e) of evildoers, Luke 13:27 .
Note: In the AV of Philemon 1:1,24 , sunergos, "a fellow worker," is translated "fellow laborer," RV, "fellow worker;" in Philippians 4:3 , the plural, RV, "fellow workers;" in Philippians 2:25 , AV, "companion in labor," RV, "fellow worker;" in 1 Corinthians 3:9 , AV, "laborers together (with God)," RV, "God's fellowworkers," i.e., fellow workers belonging to and serving God; in 3 John 1:8 , AV, "fellow helpers" (to the truth), RV, "fellow workers (with the truth)," i.e., acting together with the truth as an operating power; in 1 Thessalonians 3:2 , some ancient authorities have the clause "fellow worker (with God)," RV, marg.; it is absent from the most authentic mss. See HELPER.
Webster's Dictionary - Vow-Fellow
(n.) One bound by the same vow as another.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Helper, Fellow-Helper
1: βοηθός (Strong's #998 — Adjective — boethos — bo-ay-thos' ) an adjective, akin to A, No. 2, and B, No. 4, under HELP, signifying "helping," is used as a noun in Hebrews 13:6 , of God as the helper of His saints.
2: συνεργός (Strong's #4904 — Adjective — sunergos — soon-er-gos' ) an adjective, akin to B, No. 7, under HELP, "a fellow worker," is translated "helper" in the AV of Romans 16:3,9 , RV, "fellow worker;" in 2 Corinthians 1:24 , AV and RV, "helper;" in 2 Corinthians 8:23 , AV, "fellow helper," RV, "fellow worker;" so the plural in 3 John 1:8 : See CAMPANION, LABORER , etc.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Worker, WorkFellow, Fellow Workers, Workman
1: ἐργάτης (Strong's #2040 — Noun Masculine — ergates — er-gat'-ace ) is translated "workers" in Luke 13:27 ("of iniquity"); 2 Corinthians 11:13 ("deceitful"); Philippians 3:2 ("evil"); "work man," Matthew 10:10 , AV (RV, "laborer"); "workman," 2 Timothy 2:15 ; "workmen," Acts 19:25 . See LABORER.
2: συνεργός (Strong's #4904 — Adjective — sunergos — soon-er-gos' ) denotes "a worker with," and is rendered "workfellow" in Romans 16:21 , AV, RV, "fellow worker;" in Colossians 4:11 , "fellow workers" (see RV). See the RV , "God's fellow workers," in 1 Corinthians 3:9 . See COMPANION , HELPER , LABORER , Note.
Note: For "workers at home," Titus 2:5 , see HOME , B.

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Aristarchus - Paul calls him "my Fellow prisoner" (lit. Fellow captive, namely, in the Christian warfare), "my Fellow laborer," in his epistles from Rome (Colossians 4:10; Philemon 1:24). Epaphras similarly (Philemon 1:23; Colossians 1:7) is called "my Fellow prisoner," "our Fellow servant. " Paul's two friends possibly shared his imprisonment by turns, Aristarchus being his Fellow prisoner when he wrote to the Colossians, Epaphras when he wrote to Philemon
Laborer, Fellow Laborer - ...
Note: In the AV of Philemon 1:1,24 , sunergos, "a Fellow worker," is translated "fellow laborer," RV, "fellow worker;" in Philippians 4:3 , the plural, RV, "fellow workers;" in Philippians 2:25 , AV, "companion in labor," RV, "fellow worker;" in 1 Corinthians 3:9 , AV, "laborers together (with God)," RV, "God's Fellowworkers," i. , Fellow workers belonging to and serving God; in 3 John 1:8 , AV, "fellow helpers" (to the truth), RV, "fellow workers (with the truth)," i. , acting together with the truth as an operating power; in 1 Thessalonians 3:2 , some ancient authorities have the clause "fellow worker (with God)," RV, marg
Ahavat yisrael - "love for one�s Fellow Jews"); as enjoined by the Biblical precept �Love your Fellow like yourself� (Leviticus 19:18)
Epaphras - Paul's "dear Fellow servant, who is for you (the Colossian Christians, Colossians 1:7) a faithful minister of Christ," perhaps implying Epaphras was the founder of the Colossian church. In Philemon 1:23, "my Fellow prisoner. " Apprehended possibly for his zealous labors in Asia Minor; literally, "fellow captive" (sunaichmalootos ), taken in the Christian warfare (Philippians 2:25), or else more probably designated so as Paul's faithful companion in imprisonment. ...
Aristarchus is designated Paul's "fellow prisoner" in Colossians 4:10, and his "fellow laborer" in Philemon 1:24 (both epistles were sent at the same time). But, vice versa, Epaphras in the Epistle to Philemon is" his Fellow prisoner," and in the Epistle to the Colossians "his Fellow laborer
Fellow - In youth I had twelve Fellows, like myself. ...
Each on his Fellow for assistance calls. A shepherd had one favorite dog he fed him with his own hand, and took more care of him than of his Fellows. Awake, O sword, against my shepherd, and against the man that is my Fellow, saith Jehovah of hosts. Of a pair of gloves, we call one the Fellow of the other. Of an artist we say, this man has not his Fellow, that is, one of like skill. An appellation of contempt a man without good breeding or worth an ignoble man as a mean Fellow. Worth makes the man, and want of it the Fellow. ...
In composition, Fellow denotes community of nature, station or employment
Junia - ...
A Christian at Rome, one of Paul's "kinsmen ("fellow countrymen", Romans 9:3) and Fellow prisoners who are of note among the apostles, who also were in Christ before him" (Romans 16:7)
Helper, Fellow-Helper - 7, under HELP, "a Fellow worker," is translated "helper" in the AV of Romans 16:3,9 , RV, "fellow worker;" in 2 Corinthians 1:24 , AV and RV, "helper;" in 2 Corinthians 8:23 , AV, "fellow helper," RV, "fellow worker;" so the plural in 3 John 1:8 : See CAMPANION, LABORER , etc
Bully - ) A brisk, dashing Fellow. ) A noisy, blustering Fellow, more insolent than courageous; one who is threatening and quarrelsome; an insolent, tyrannical Fellow
Comrogue - ) A Fellow rogue
Fouter - ) A despicable Fellow
True-Penny - ) An honest Fellow
Blatherskite - ) A blustering, talkative Fellow
Clodhopper - ) A rude, rustic Fellow
Blunderhead - ) A stupid, blundering Fellow
Jackeen - ) A drunken, dissolute Fellow
Johnadreams - ) A dreamy, idle Fellow
Rudesby - ) An uncivil, turbulent Fellow
Clodpoll - ) A stupid Fellow; a dolt
Birkie - ) A lively or mettlesome Fellow
Besogne - ) A worthless Fellow; a bezonian
Fourbe - ) A trickly Fellow; a cheat
Doodle - ) A trifler; a simple Fellow
Fellowless - ) Without Fellow or equal; peerless
Condisciple - ) A schoolfellow; a Fellow-student
Scroyle - ) A mean Fellow; a wretch
Yonker - ) A young Fellow; a younker
Tatterdemalion - ) A ragged Fellow; a ragamuffin
Underfellow - ) An underling // mean, low Fellow
Countrymen - 1: γένος (Strong's #1085 — Noun Neuter — genos — ghen'-os ) properly denotes "an offspring;" then, "a family;" then, "a race, nation;" otherwise, "a kind or species;" it is translated "countrymen," in 2 Corinthians 11:26 , in Paul's reference to his Fellow-nationals; so in Galatians 1:14 , RV, for AV, "nation. , "a Fellow-tribesman" (sun, "with," phule, "a tribe, race, nation, people"), hence, one who is of the same people, a Fellow-countryman, is found in 1 Thessalonians 2:14
Ruffian - ) A boisterous, cruel, brutal Fellow; a desperate Fellow ready for murderous or cruel deeds; a cutthroat
Unfellowed - ) Being without a Fellow; unmatched; unmated
Addle-Pate - ) A foolish or dull-witted Fellow
do-Naught - ) A lazy, good-for-nothing Fellow
Brawler - A noisy Fellow a wrangler
Epithite - ) A lazy, worthless Fellow; a vagrant
Upsetting - ) Conceited; assuming; as, an upsetting Fellow
Whipster - ) A nimble little Fellow; a whippersnapper
Jackslave - ) A low servant; a mean Fellow
Loord - ) A dull, stupid Fellow; a drone
Lungis - ) A lingerer; a dull, drowsy Fellow
Looby - ) An awkward, clumsy Fellow; a lubber
Catso - ) A base Fellow; a rogue; a cheat
Bawcock - ) A fine Fellow; - a term of endearment
Bezonian - ) A low Fellow or scoundrel; a beggar
Confrere - ) Fellow member of a fraternity; intimate associate
Saphead - ) A weak-minded, stupid Fellow; a milksop
Hoodlum - ) A young rowdy; a rough, lawless Fellow
Rapscallion - ) A rascal; a good-for-nothing Fellow
Brabbler - ) A clamorous, quarrelsome, noisy Fellow; a wrangler
Fastilarian - ) A low Fellow; a stinkard; a scoundrel
Lorel - ) A good for nothing Fellow; a vagabond
Slowback - ) A lubber; an idle Fellow; a loiterer
Sans-Culotte - ) A Fellow without breeches; a ragged Fellow; - a name of reproach given in the first French revolution to the extreme republican party, who rejected breeches as an emblem peculiar to the upper classes or aristocracy, and adopted pantaloons
Assinego - ) A stupid Fellow
Aloot - ) A noisy, swaggering, or worthless Fellow; a rowdy
Jack-a-Dandy - ) A little dandy; a little, foppish, impertinent Fellow
Understrapper - ) A petty Fellow; an inferior agent; an underling
Mishael or Meshach - A Fellow-captive with Daniel in Babylon
Curmudgeonly - ) Like a curmudgeon; niggardly; churlish; as, a curmudgeonly Fellow
Fop-Doodle - ) A stupid or insignificant Fellow; a fool; a simpleton
Underbred - ) Not thoroughly bred; ill-bred; as, an underbred Fellow
Bon Vivant - ) A good Fellow; a jovial companion; a free liver
Andronicus - A Jewish Christian, and Fellow-prisoner of Paul, Romans 16:7
Cullion - ) A mean wretch; a base Fellow; a poltroon; a scullion
Blockhead - ) A stupid Fellow; a dolt; a person deficient in understanding
Curmudgeon - ) An avaricious, grasping Fellow; a miser; a niggard; a churl
Bumpkin - ) An awkward, heavy country Fellow; a clown; a country lout
Chuff - ) A coarse or stupid Fellow
Franion - ) A paramour; a loose woman; also, a gay, idle Fellow
Dare-Devil - ) A reckless Fellow
Drawcansir - ) A blustering, bullying Fellow; a pot-valiant braggart; a bully
Eezer - ) A queer old Fellow; an old chap; an old woman
Worker, Workfellow, Fellow Workers, Workman - ...
2: συνεργός (Strong's #4904 — Adjective — sunergos — soon-er-gos' ) denotes "a worker with," and is rendered "workfellow" in Romans 16:21 , AV, RV, "fellow worker;" in Colossians 4:11 , "fellow workers" (see RV). See the RV , "God's Fellow workers," in 1 Corinthians 3:9
Clean-Limbed - ) With well-proportioned, unblemished limbs; as, a clean-limbed young Fellow
Lubber - ) A heavy, clumsy, or awkward Fellow; a sturdy drone; a clown
Clubfist - ) A coarse, brutal Fellow
Hobbletehoy - ) A youth between boy and man; an awkward, gawky young Fellow
Dandiprat - ) A little Fellow; - in sport or contempt
Jack-a-Lent - ) A small stuffed puppet to be pelted in Lent; hence, a simple Fellow
Jason - In Romans 16:21 Paul sends Jason's salutations from Corinth, calling him his "kinsman" or Fellow tribesman, or Fellow countryman, as the word is used Romans 9:3
Faineant - ) A do-nothing; an idle Fellow; a sluggard
Shipmate - ) One who serves on board of the same ship with another; a Fellow sailor
Jackanapes - ) A coxcomb; an impertinent or conceited Fellow
Jangler - ) A wrangling, noisy Fellow
Bummer - ) An idle, worthless Fellow, who is without any visible means of support; a dissipated sponger
Cur - ) A worthless, snarling Fellow; - used in contempt
Roughscuff - ) A rough, coarse Fellow; collectively, the lowest class of the people; the rabble; the riffraff
Epaphras - Lovely, spoken of by Paul (Colossians 1:7 ; 4:12 ) as "his dear Fellow-servant," and "a faithful minister of Christ. He is also mentioned in the Epistle to (Philippians 1:23 ), where he is called by Paul his "fellow-prisoner
Andronicus - He and Junia were Paul's "kinsmen" (or the Greek may mean "fellow countrymen," Romans 16:11-21) "and Fellow prisoners, of note among the apostles" (in the wider sense than the Twelve: Acts 14:4; Acts 14:14; 2 Corinthians 8:23; 1 Thessalonians 2:6), "and in Christ" (by faith) "before" him
Aristarchus - Paul alludes to him both as his Fellow-laborer and Fellow-prisoner
Companion - 1: συνέκδημος (Strong's #4898 — Noun Masculine — sunekdemos — soon-ek'-day-mos ) "a Fellow-traveler" (sun, "with," ek, "from," demos, "people;" i. , "away from one's people"), is used in Acts 19:29 , of Paul's companions in travel; in 2 Corinthians 8:19 , "travel with;" a closer rendering would be "(as) our Fellow-traveler. ...
3: συνεργός (Strong's #4904 — Adjective — sunergos — soon-er-gos' ) "a Felloworker" (sun, "with," ergon, "work"), is translated in Philippians 2:25 "companion in labor," AV (RV, "fellow-worker")
Unfellow - ) To prevent from being a Fellow or companion; to separate from one's Fellows; to dissever
Azygous - ) Odd; having no Fellow; not one of a pair; single; as, the azygous muscle of the uvula
Pilgarlic - ) One who has lost his hair by disease; a sneaking Fellow, or one who is hardly used
Donkey - ) A stupid or obstinate Fellow; an ass
Yokefellow - ) An associate or companion in, or as in; a mate; a Fellow; especially, a partner in marriage
Kiddy - ) A young Fellow; formerly, a low thief
Urbane - Rather Urban or Urbanus; a man, not a woman (Romans 16:9); a Christian Fellow labourer whom Paul salutes
Arcon - ) A boy; Fellow; esp
Beetlehead - ) A stupid Fellow; a blockhead
Ribald - /) A low, vulgar, brutal, foul-mouthed wretch; a lewd Fellow
Rambling - ) Roving; wandering; discursive; as, a rambling Fellow, talk, or building
Affer - ) An old Fellow; an aged rustic
Whoreson - ) A bastard; colloquially, a low, scurvy Fellow; - used generally in contempt, or in coarse humor
Lusk - ) A lazy Fellow; a lubber
Bufflehead - ) One who has a large head; a heavy, stupid Fellow
Hermogenes And Phygellus - Fellow-laborers with Paul in Asia Minor, who deserted him during his second imprisonment at Rome, 2 Timothy 1:15
Lucius - Paul's kinsman or Fellow tribesman (Romans 16:21)
Dolt - ) A heavy, stupid Fellow; a blockhead; a numskull; an ignoramus; a dunce; a dullard
Scoundrel - ) A mean, worthless Fellow; a rascal; a villain; a man without honor or virtue
Archippus - A Christian teacher at Colosse, whom Paul calls his Fellow soldier, and exhorts to fulfil his ministry
Macaroon - ) A finical Fellow, or macaroni
Awky - A Fellow who is awkward from being overgrown, or from stupidity, a gawk
Mooncalf - ) A dolt; a stupid Fellow
Urbanus - Paul in Romans 16:9 and described as ‘our Fellow-worker in Christ’ (τὸν συνεργὸν ἡμῶν ἐν Χριστῷ). Prisca and Aquila are saluted in Romans 16:3 as ‘my Fellow-workers in Christ Jesus,’ and Timothy is referred to in Romans 16:21 as ‘my Fellow-worker. The Apostle and his Fellow-workers were also Fellow-workers with God (1 Corinthians 3:9, θεοῦ γάρ ἐσμεν συνεργοί). Paul’s Epistles the only other use of συνεργός in the NT is 3 John 1:8, where hospitality to Christians is commended,’ that we may be Fellow-workers with the truth
Ragamuffin - ) A paltry or disreputable Fellow; a mean wretch
Sosip'Ater - (saviour of his father ), kinsman or Fellow tribesman of St
ma'ra - (sad, bitter ), the name which Naomi adopted in the exclamation forced from her by the recognition of her Fellow citizens at Bethlehem
Bayard - ) A stupid, clownish Fellow
Andronicus - Kinsman of Paul at Rome, who with Junia were his Fellow prisoners, and of whom he said they were in Christ before him
Bid'Kar - e, one who stabs ), Jehu's "captain," originally his Fellow officer, ( 2 Kings 9:25 ) who completed the sentence on Jehoram, son of Ahab
Diotrephes - He was a Judaizer, prating against John and his Fellow-labourers "with malicious words" (7)
Coistril - ) A mean, paltry Fellow; a coward
Fribble - ) A frivolous, contemptible Fellow; a fop
Lowbred - ) Bred, or like one bred, in a low condition of life; characteristic or indicative of such breeding; rude; impolite; vulgar; as, a lowbred Fellow; a lowbred remark
Knavish - ) Like or characteristic of a knave; given to knavery; trickish; fraudulent; dishonest; villainous; as, a knavish Fellow, or a knavish trick
Fellow - 1: ἀνήρ (Strong's #435 — Noun Masculine — aner — an'-ayr ) denotes "a man," in relation to his sex or age; in Acts 17:5 (plural) it is rendered "fellows," as more appropriate to the accompanying description of them. ...
2: ἑταῖρος (Strong's #2083 — Noun Masculine — hetairos — het-ah'ee-ros ) "a companion, comrade," is translated "fellows" in Matthew 11:16
3: μέτοχος (Strong's #3353 — Adjective — metochos — met'-okh-os ) properly an adjective signifying "sharing in, partaking of," is translated "partners" in Luke 5:7 ; "partakers" in Hebrews 3:1,14 ; 6:4 ; 12:8 ; "fellows" in Hebrews 1:9 , of those who share in a heavenly calling, or have held, or will hold, a regal position in relation to the earthly, messianic kingdom. summetochos, "fellow-partakers," in Ephesians 3:6 , RV). ...
Notes: (1) In Acts 24:5 loimos, "a plague, a pest," is rendered "a pestilent Fellow. " This is a sample of the strongest use of the epithet "fellow. , Acts 22:22 , where it is translated "such a Fellow. " (3) Houtos, "this," is translated "this Fellow" in the AV of Luke 23:2 (RV, "this man")
Discomfiture - ...
Every mans sword was against his Fellow, and there was a very great discomfiture
Corrival - ) A Fellow rival; a competitor; a rival; also, a companion
Bidkar - Fellow officer and afterwards Jehu's captain; he executed the sentence on Joram, or Jehoram, son of Ahab, by casting him into the field of Naboth
Craven - ) A recreant; a coward; a weak-hearted, spiritless Fellow
Whaler - ) One who whales, or beats; a big, strong Fellow; hence, anything of great or unusual size
Junia - A believer and Fellow prisoner and kinsman of Paul, of note among the apostles, and who was in Christ before Paul
Aristarchus - He was Paul's "fellow-prisoner" at Rome (Colossians 4:10 ; Philippians 1:24 )
Andronicus - Kinsman and Fellow-prisoner of Paul, mentioned in the Epistle to the Romans as "of note among the apostles," an "apostle" in the wider sense of preacher of the Gospel
Synzygus - ‘yoke-fellow’). ) makes the ‘ yoke-fellow ’ to be the Apostle’s wife; Renan supposes that Lydia is meant, and that she had become his wife; but see 1 Corinthians 7:8
John Hale, Blessed - He was a secular priest, a Fellow of King's Hall, Cambridge, and Vicar of Isleworth
Archippus - Master of the horse, a "fellow-soldier" of Paul's (Philippians 1:2 ), whom he exhorts to renewed activity (Colossians 4:17 )
Hale, John, Blessed - He was a secular priest, a Fellow of King's Hall, Cambridge, and Vicar of Isleworth
Roarer - ) A riotous Fellow; a roaring boy
Clement - (clehm' uhnt) A Fellow worker in the gospel with Paul (Philippians 4:3 )
Archip'Pus - Paul his "fellow soldier," Philippians 2
Blunderbuss - ) A stupid, blundering Fellow
Miserable - ) Worthless; mean; despicable; as, a miserable Fellow; a miserable dinner
Gospel: Duty of Spreading it - Shall we who have found honey in the rock Christ Jesus, be less considerate of o; Fellow men than wasps are of their Fellow insects? Ought we not rather like the Samaritan woman to hasten to tell t good news? Common humanity should prevent one of them from concealing the great discovery which grace has enable us to make
Hermogenes - Mercury-born, at one time Paul's Fellow-labourer in Asia Minor, who, however, afterwards abandoned him, along with one Phygellus, probably on account of the perils by which they were beset (2 Timothy 1:15 )
Fogy - ) A dull old Fellow; a person behind the times, over-conservative, or slow; - usually preceded by old
Shiftless - ) Destitute of expedients, or not using successful expedients; characterized by failure, especially by failure to provide for one's own support, through negligence or incapacity; hence, lazy; improvident; thriftless; as, a shiftless Fellow; shiftless management
Larrikin - ) A rowdy street loafer; a rowdyish or noisy ill-bred Fellow; - variously applied, as to a street blackguard, a street Arab, a youth given to horse-play, etc
ju'Nia - Paul as one of his kinsfolk and Fellow prisoners, of note among the apostles, and in Christ before St
Brigand - ) A lawless Fellow who lives by plunder; one of a band of robbers; especially, one of a gang living in mountain retreats; a highwayman; a freebooter
Cad - ) A lowbred, presuming person; a mean, vulgar Fellow
Aristarchus - Paul once calls him 'my Fellow prisoner
Saucy - ) Showing impertinent boldness or pertness; transgressing the rules of decorum; treating superiors with contempt; impudent; insolent; as, a saucy Fellow
Daff - ) A stupid, blockish Fellow; a numskull
Demas - A Fellow-laborer with Paul at Thessalonica, who afterwards deserted him, either discouraged by the hardships of the work, or allured by the love of the world, Colossians 4:14 2 Timothy 4:10 Philippians 1:24
Scab - A mean, dirty paltry Fellow
Fellow - Fellow . Thus (1) Psalms 45:7 ‘God, thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above thy Fellows’; (2) Matthew 26:71 ‘This Fellow was also with Jesus of Nazareth’ (RV Clement - The name of a Fellow-worker with St
Foozle - ) A stupid Fellow; a fogy
Permission - , "a joint opinion, mind or understanding" (sun, "with," gnome, "an opinion"), "a Fellow feeling," hence, "a concession, allowance," is translated "permission," in contrast to "commandment," in 1 Corinthians 7:6
Demas - A companion and Fellow-labourer of Paul during his first imprisonment at Rome (Philippians 1:24 ; Colossians 4:14 )
Marrow - In the Scottish dialect, a companion Fellow associate match
Pleasant - ) Cheerful; enlivening; gay; sprightly; humorous; sportive; as, pleasant company; a pleasant Fellow
Aristarchus of Thessalonica, Saint - In the Epistle to the Colossians, Paul calls him "my Fellow prisoner
Clem'Ent - (mild, merciful ), ( Philippians 4:3 ) a Fellow laborer of St
Christian Herdtrich - His Chinese-Latin dictionary was probably the first written, and he collaborated with his Fellow-Jesuit, Intorcetta, in making Confucius known to Europeans
Bidkar - Jehu's captain, and formerly his Fellow officer (2 Kings 9:25)
Demas - Though in Philippians 1:24 Paul identified Demas as a “fellow-labourer,” 2 Timothy 4:10 indicates that this man later deserted Paul, “having loved this present world
Caddie - ) A lad; young Fellow
Scurrilous - ) Using the low and indecent language of the meaner sort of people, or such as only the license of buffoons can warrant; as, a scurrilous Fellow
Dotterel - ) A silly Fellow; a dupe; a gull
Jesus - A Fellow-worker who had been a comfort to Paul while a prisoner at Rome
Herdtrich, Christian Wolfgang - His Chinese-Latin dictionary was probably the first written, and he collaborated with his Fellow-Jesuit, Intorcetta, in making Confucius known to Europeans
Epaphras - Supposed to have founded the church at Colosse, and denominated by Paul his "dear Fellow-servant" and "a faithful minister of Jesus Christ
Fellow - I should not have thought it necessary to have called the reader's attention to this word, had it not been to remark to him, the great beauty of it in a double sense, when applied to the person of the Lord Jesus Christ in relation to his Fellowship with his Father in the nature and essence of the GODHEAD, and in relation to his Fellowship with his church in the human nature; under both which the Lord Jesus appears so lovely and so endeared to his people, as to render him most interesting indeed. ...
In the former sense of the word, as applied to Christ, or spoken of him, we have that very precious unequalled passage of the Lord, by the prophet Zechariah, (Zechariah 13:7) where JEHOVAH calls him by this name, "The man that is my Fellow, saith the Lord of hosts. " Every one who knows any thing of the common terms made use of among men, knows also, that Fellow means equal. The king's Fellow, and the beggar's Fellow, is perfectly understood as implying a common level. Who but must rejoice, when he thus receives God the Father's own testimony to the oneness and Fellowship in the divine nature between God the Father, and God the Son. "The man that is my Fellow, saith the Lord of hosts. "...
In like manner, on the same ground, how very blessed is it to consider him who, in his divine nature, is Fellow to the Lord of hosts; in his human nature, is Fellow to his church and people. Here again, the Lord JEHOVAH, the Father, gives the like testimony; for speaking to Joshua, the type of Jesus, the Lord saith, "Here now, O Joshua the high priest, thou and thy Fellows that sit before thee, for they are men wondered at" (Zechariah 3:8) Wondered at indeed, to be Fellow to him in his human nature, who, in his divine nature, "is Fellow to the Lord of hosts!" But so it is: for the truth is undeniable. Thou lovest righteousness, and hatest wickedness; therefore God, thy God, hath anointed thee with the oil of gladness above (or for) thy Fellows:" for so the word may be rendered. Here are all the persons in JEHOVAH testifying to this glorious character of the Lord Jesus, as the Fellow of the Lord of hosts in his divine nature. And in the other, how very sweet and lovely it is, to know our nearness and Fellow partnership in all that is in Christ Jesus as the Head and Husband of his body the church, "the fulness of him that filleth all in all. "...
And now I hope from such unanswerable testimonies to this great truth as are found in all the persons of the GODHEAD witnessing to it, the reader will never be in danger of being led away from the uniform and unceasing belief, that he who in his infinite grace and mercy hath made himself our Fellow, is, and hath been from all eternity, Fellow to the Lord of hosts. ...
And while the Lord Jesus himself bears testimony to the Fellowship and equality between himself and his Father, saying, "I and my Father are one," (John 10:30) none after this would fancy Fellow meant neighbour
Coot - ) A stupid Fellow; a simpleton; as, a silly coot
Prig - ) A pert, conceited, pragmatical Fellow
Varlet - ) Hence, a low Fellow; a scoundrel; a rascal; as, an impudent varlet
Renegade - ) A common vagabond; a worthless or wicked Fellow
Knave - ) A tricky, deceitful Fellow; a dishonest person; a rogue; a villain
Scaly - ) Mean; low; as, a scaly Fellow
Epaphras - Fellow prisoner with Paul at Rome
Shaver - ) A boy; a lad; a little Fellow
Yokefellow - 1: σύζυγος (Strong's #4805 — Adjective — sunzugos | suzugos — sood'-zoo-gos ) an adjective denoting "yoked together," is used as a noun in Philippians 4:3 , "a yokefellow, Fellow laborer;" probably here it is a proper name, Synzygus, addressed as "true," or "genuine" (gnesios), i
Jesus - Called Justus: with Paul, at Rome, saluted the Colossians (Colossians 4:11): "of the circumcision, a Fellow worker unto the kingdom of God," and so "a comfort" to the apostle
Tryphe'na - ) They may have been sisters, but it is more likely that they were Fellow deaconesses
Defend - 1: ἀμύνομαι (Strong's #292 — Verb — amuno — am-oo'-nom-ahee ) "to ward off," is used in the Middle Voice in Acts 7:24 , of the assistance given by Moses to his Fellow Israelite against an Egyptian (translated, "defended")
Clown - ) A man of coarse nature and manners; an awkward Fellow; an ill-bred person; a boor
Aristarchus - Paul’s ‘fellow-prisoner’ (cf. Philippians 1:23 , where Epaphras, not Aristarchus, is styled ‘my Fellow-prisoner in Christ Jesus’)
Companion - Epaphroditus, my brother, and companion in labor, and Fellow soldier. A Fellow a mate
Aristarchus - A native of Thessalonica, a faithful Fellow-laborer with Paul, Acts 20:4 27:2 Philippians 1:24
John Rugg, Blessed - He had been a Fellow of the two Saint Mary Winton colleges, and the first holder of the Wykehamical prebend "Bursalis," at Chichester, but was living in retirement at Glastonbury, where he was executed with his abbot, Blessed Hugh Faringdon, for refusing to take the oath of supremacy
Hillel - He is well known for his statement, "What is hateful to you, do not do unto your Fellow man
Artificer - A cunning, or artful Fellow
Babbler - 'seed picker;' a word of contempt; one that picks up idle tales, a gossip, chatterer; 'base Fellow,' margin
Rugg, John, Blessed - He had been a Fellow of the two Saint Mary Winton colleges, and the first holder of the Wykehamical prebend "Bursalis," at Chichester, but was living in retirement at Glastonbury, where he was executed with his abbot, Blessed Hugh Faringdon, for refusing to take the oath of supremacy
Town Clerk, - the title ascribed in our version to the magistrate at Ephesus who appeased the mob in the theatre at the time of the tumult excited by Demetrius and his Fellow craftsmen
Petition - On both these accounts petitions are to be offered up to God, not only for ourselves, but for our Fellow-creatures also
Sheep - ) A weak, bashful, silly Fellow
Belial - A man or son of Belial is a wicked, worthless man; one resolved to endure no subjection; a rebel; a disobedient, uncontrollable Fellow, Judges 19:22 1 Samuel 2:12
ep'Aphras - (lovely ), a Fellow laborer with the apostle Paul, mentioned ( Colossians 1:7 ) as having taught the Colossian church the grace of God in truth, and designated a faithful minister of Christ on their behalf
be'Lial - The expression son or man of Belial must be understood as meaning simply a worthless, lawless Fellow
Insurrection - have sustasiastes, a Fellow-rioter, a Fellow-mover of sedition, AV, "had made insurrection with (him)
Abusive - ) Practicing abuse; prone to ill treat by coarse, insulting words or by other ill usage; as, an abusive author; an abusive Fellow
Clement - Paul's Fellow helper at Philippi, whom Origen (Commentary, John 1:29) identifies with the Clement, the apostolical father afterward bishop of Rome, whose epistle to the Corinthian church (part of the Alexandrius manuscript of Greek Old and New Testament) is extant
Ass - ) A dull, heavy, stupid Fellow; a dolt
Cocktail - ) A mean, half-hearted Fellow; a coward
Rascal - ) A mean, trickish Fellow; a base, dishonest person; a rogue; a scoundrel; a trickster
Demas - Fellow-labourer with Paul at Rome, Colossians 4:14 ; Philippians 24 ; of whom Paul had to write some five years later, "Demas hath forsaken me, having loved this present world, and is departed to Thessalonica
Sherwin, Ralph, Saint - He was admitted Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford in 1568
Ralph Sherwin, Saint - He was admitted Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford in 1568
Artificer - ) A cunning or artful Fellow
Citizen, - Gentile believers are no longer strangers and foreigners to the privileges of the people of God, but are 'fellow-citizens' with the saints, and of the 'household of God
Prisca, Priscilla - She and her husband are called by Paul "my Fellow-workers in Christ Jesus
Andronicus - as a Fellow-countryman (cf
Ragged - ) Wearing tattered clothes; as, a ragged Fellow
Loon - ) A sorry Fellow; a worthless person; a rogue
Moralist - ) One who practices moral duties; a person who lives in conformity with moral rules; one of correct deportment and dealings with his Fellow-creatures; - sometimes used in contradistinction to one whose life is controlled by religious motives
Erastus - A Christian friend and Fellow-laborer of Paul, a Corinthian, and chamberlain-that is, steward or treasurer-of the city
Conversation - In the Bible, usually means the whole tenor of one's life, intercourse with his Fellow men, Galatians 1:13 Ephesians 4:22 1 Peter 1:15
Harvey, William - Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
William Harvey - Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians
Epaphroditus - Paul in Philippians 2:25-30 ; Philippians 4:18 , and described by him as his ‘brother, Fellow-worker, and Fellow-soldier’ ( Philippians 2:25 )
Mercy: Its Effect on the Soul - He is riding in the royal carriage, and on the road he sees some of his Fellow traitors pinioned and manacled, led forth in the midst of officers to die for the offence in which he had as deep a hand as they. What think you, will he not entreat the gracious monarch to extend his clemency to his Fellow rebels? Will not the tears stand in his eyes as he admires the difference which his sovereign's free mercy has made? Will he not be moved with emotions impossible to describe, of mingled joy and grief; pity and gratitude, wonder and compassion? Christian, see your likeness here drawn to the life, you must surely feel ready to fall down on your knees, and cry,' Lord, why dost thou reveal thy mercy to me and not to these? Save them also, O Lord, for thy name's sake
Virtue - " Some place it in "the imitation of God;" others, "in the love of God and our Fellow-creatures. Perhaps those who place it in the love of God and our Fellow-creatures, may come as near to the truth, as any
Joachim Bouvet - He shared all the labors of his Fellow missionaries, who were aided by his influence with, the emperor, and compiled a Tatar treatise on mathematics and a Chinese dictionary
Oakley, Frederick - He was a Fellow of Balliol and Anglican incumbent of Margaret Chapel, London, but followed Newman into the Catholic Church, and was ordained priest, 1847
Frederick Oakeley - He was a Fellow of Balliol and Anglican incumbent of Margaret Chapel, London, but followed Newman into the Catholic Church, and was ordained priest, 1847
Explain - 1: διασαφέω (Strong's #1285 — Verb — diasapheo — dee-as-af-eh'-o ) "to make clear, explain fully" (dia "through," intensive, and saphes, "clear"), is translated "explain" in Matthew 13:36 RV (AV, "declare") translates phrazo; in Matthew 18:31 , "told," of the account of the unforgiving debtor's doings given by his Fellow-servants
Dirty - Mean base low despicable groveling as a dirty Fellow a dirty employment
Colt - A young foolish Fellow a person without experience or stability
Fox - A sly, cunning Fellow
Hearty - ) Comrade; boon companion; good Fellow; - a term of familiar address and Fellowship among sailors
Aristar'Chus - Paul's Fellow prisoner in ( Colossians 4:10 ) and Phle 1:24 Tradition makes him bishop of Apamea
Philemon - Onesimus, a servant of Philemon, had fled to Rome, was there converted, serving Paul for a season, but was sent back to his former master by Paul, who wrote this epistle, chiefly to conciliate the feelings of Philemon toward his penitent servant, and now Fellow-disciple
June, Month of - Andronicus and Junias are called by Saint Paul "my kinsmen and Fellow prisoners
Month of June - Andronicus and Junias are called by Saint Paul "my kinsmen and Fellow prisoners
Epaphroditus - One who brought supplies from Philippi to Paul, who styles him "my brother and companion in labour and Fellow soldier
Slouch - ) An awkward, heavy, clownish Fellow
Slink - ) A thievish Fellow; a sneak
Lydia - " She was led by the grace of God to receive the gospel with joy; and having been baptized, with her household, constrained Paul and his Fellow-laborers to make her house their home while at Philippi, Acts 16:14,40
Chassidism - (a) The movement within Judaism founded by Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov (1698-1760), stressing service of G-d through the mystical in addition to the legalistic dimension of Judaism, the power of joy, love of G-d and one's Fellow, emotional involvement in prayer, finding G-dliness in every aspect of one's existence, and the elevation of the material universe; (b) the teachings and philosophy of this movement; see also Chabad ...
Epaphras - Paul in Colossians 1:7 ; Colossians 4:12 , Philippians 1:23 ; and described by him as his ‘fellow-servant,’ and also as a ‘servant’ and ‘faithful minister’ of Christ. Paul’s ‘fellow-prisoner’ ( Philippians 1:23 ), a title probably meaning that his care of the Apostle entailed the practical sharing of his captivity
Herodion - Almost certainly we should understand ‘fellow-Jews’ or ‘fellow-members of my tribe’ (see Romans 9:5)
Dog - ) A mean, worthless Fellow; a wretch. ) A Fellow; - used humorously or contemptuously; as, a sly dog; a lazy dog
Junias - In Romans 16:7 , Paul extended greeting to a certain Junia, whom he referred to as his kinsman, his Fellow prisoner, and an apostle
Buffer - ) A good-humored, slow-witted Fellow; - usually said of an elderly man
Meliorism - (Latin: melior, better) ...
A philosophic theory which holds that though things in the world are bad they can be improved, and that man can find some satisfiaction in laboring to increase the happiness of his Fellow men
Dirty - ) Sordid; base; groveling; as, a dirty Fellow
Colt - ) A young, foolish Fellow
Ragged - Wearing tattered clothes as a ragged Fellow
Coxcomb - ) A vain, showy Fellow; a conceited, silly man, fond of display; a superficial pretender to knowledge or accomplishments; a fop
Booby - ) A dunce; a stupid Fellow
Shack - ) A shiftless Fellow; a low, itinerant beggar; a vagabond; a tramp
Husbandry - , "tilled land"), suggestive of the diligent toil of the Apostle and his Fellow missionaries, both in the ministry of the Gospel, and the care of the church at Corinth; suggestive, too, of the effects in spiritual fruitfulness
Brother - ...
Simply a Fellow-countryman (Matthew 5:47 ; Acts 3:22 ; Hebrews 7:5 ). ...
A Fellow-man (Genesis 9:5 ; 19:7 ; Matthew 5:22,23,24 ; 7:5 ; Hebrews 2:17 )
Charity - In a general sense, love, benevolence, good will that disposition of heart which inclines men to think favorably of their Fellow men to think favorably of their Fellow men, and to do them good
Andronicus - ]'>[1] (1) The pair are described as ‘my kinsmen’ (τοὺς συγγενεῖς μου), by which may be meant Fellow-Jews (Romans 9:5), possibly members of the same tribe, almost certainly not relatives. ...
(2) Andronicus and Junia(s) are also described as ‘my Fellow-prisoners’ (συναιχμαλώτους μου, lit. Possibly they may not have suffered imprisonment with the Apostle at the same time and place; but, as enduring persecution for Christ’s sake, they were in that sense ‘fellow-prisoners. ’ The only other mention of ‘fellow-prisoner’ is in a description of Aristarchus (Colossians 4:10) and Epaphras (Philemon 1:23)
Tychicus - ” One of Paul's Fellow workers in the ministry
Bullhead - ) A stupid Fellow; a lubber
Epaphroditus - ” A friend and Fellow worker of Paul and the apostle (Philippians 2:25 )
Demas - Paul's "fellow laborer," along with Mark and Luke (Philemon 1:24), and companion (Colossians 4:14) during his first Roman imprisonment
Ass - A dull, heavy, stupid Fellow; a dolt
Philemon - He is called in the epistle a "fellow-labourer," and therefore probably held some office in the church at Colosse; at all events, the title denotes that he took part in the work of spreading a knowledge of the gospel
Bloat - ) A term of contempt for a worthless, dissipated Fellow
Pity - ) A feeling for the sufferings or distresses of another or others; sympathy with the grief or misery of another; compassion; Fellow-feeling; commiseration
Aristarchus - Paul sent greetings from Aristarchus, a Fellow prisoner and worker, in his letters to the Colossians (Acts 4:10 ) and Philemon (24)
Tychicus - Paul describes him as a beloved brother, a faithful minister and Fellow-servant in the Lord
Muff - ) A stupid Fellow; a poor-spirited person
Lys'Tra - (2) as the home of his chosen companion and Fellow missionary Timotheus
Luke - He was of Gentile parentage before he became a Christian; as appears from Colossians 4:11,14: "Luke the beloved physician" (one of "my Fellow workers unto the kingdom of God which have been a comfort unto me") is distinguished from those "of the circumcision. He accompanied the apostle in his journey to Jerusalem and Rome, at Paul's first Roman imprisonment "Luke my Fellow labourer," Philemon (Philemon 1:24) written from Rome, as also Colossians (Colossians 4:14); also in Paul's last imprisonment there, when others forsook him Luke remained faithful (2 Timothy 1:15; 2 Timothy 4:11 "only Luke is with me"
Prisoner - ...
3: συναιχμάλωτος (Strong's #4869 — Noun Masculine — sunaichmalotos — soon-aheekh-mal'-o-tos ) "a Fellow prisoner," primarily "one of Fellow captives in war" (from aichme, "a spear," and haliskomai, "to be taken"), is used by Paul of Andronicus and Junias, Romans 16:7 ; of Epaphras, Philemon 1:23 ; of Aristarchus, Colossians 4:10 , on which Lightfoot remarks that probably his relations with the Apostle in Rome excited suspicion and led to a temporary confinement, or that he voluntarily shared his captivity by living with him
Silas - As a result Paul chose him as his Fellow worker for a missionary tour to the recently planted Gentile churches and beyond (Acts 15:40). He was with Paul through dangerous experiences in Philippi, Thessalonica, Berea and Corinth (Acts 16:19-40; Acts 17:1-15; Acts 18:5-11), and Paul often spoke warmly of him as his Fellow worker (2 Corinthians 1:19; 1 Thessalonians 1:1; 2 Thessalonians 1:1)
Gaius -
A Macedonian, Paul's Fellow-traveller, and his host at Corinth when he wrote his Epistle to the (Romans 16:23 )
Cracker - ) A noisy boaster; a swaggering Fellow
Hymenaeus - Name of a Fellow worker of Paul whose faith weakened and whose life-style changed, leading Paul to deliver him to Satan (1 Timothy 1:20 )
Molloy, Gerald - He was assistant commissioner under the Educational Endowments Act, served on the Board of Intermediate Education, and became a member of the Senate, Fellow, and finally Vice-chancellor of the Royal University of Ireland
Partner - See Fellow , PARTAKER
Humanity - The exercise of the social and benevolent virtues; a Fellow-feeling for the distresses of another
Derbe - Paul's Fellow minister Gaius was from Derbe (Acts 20:4 )
Clement - Mild, a Christian of Philippi, Paul's "fellow-labourer," whose name he mentions as "in the book of life" (Philippians 4:3 )
Money-Making: no Time For - Life is not sufficiently long to enable a man to get rich, and do his duty to his Fellow men at the same time
Frown - ) To repress or repel by expressing displeasure or disapproval; to rebuke with a look; as, frown the impudent Fellow into silence
Idle - ) Given rest and ease; averse to labor or employment; lazy; slothful; as, an idle Fellow
Peer - ) A comrade; a companion; a Fellow; an associate
Tot - ) A foolish Fellow
Silas - He was the associate of Paul in several of his missionary tours, and his Fellow-prisoner at Philippi
Gerald Molloy - He was assistant commissioner under the Educational Endowments Act, served on the Board of Intermediate Education, and became a member of the Senate, Fellow, and finally Vice-chancellor of the Royal University of Ireland
Respect of Persons - Thus ought men to estimate and treat their Fellow men; and to court the favor of the rich and influential is sharply censured in Scripture, Proverbs 28:21 James 2:1-9 Jude 1:16
Interest - Mosaic law prohibited the charging of interest to Fellow Israelites (Exodus 22:25 ; Leviticus 25:36-37 ; Deuteronomy 23:19 ). The motive in loaning without interest to Fellow Israelites was to prevent the formation of a permanent underclass in Israel
Luke, Lucas - Fellow labourer with Paul, and called 'the beloved physician. He was Paul's beloved Fellow-labourer, and in his own writings has skilfully hidden himself that the work of God by His servants Paul and others might, by the leading of the Holy Spirit, be faithfully recorded, and come into prominence
This, These - " (AV, "this deed"); for "this Fellow" see Fellow , Note (3); in Acts 17:32 the RV rightly omits "matter;" in Hebrews 4:5 "place" is italicized; it is frequently rendered "this man," e
Publius, a Solitary - After a while, on the advice of one of these Fellow-ascetics, he erected a common house, or coenobium, that they might derive profit from their companions' virtues, and all be more immediately under his eye. At first all his Fellow-coenobites were Greeks; but the native Syrians having expressed a desire to join the society, he built another house for them, and between the two erected a church common to both, where each might attend matins and evensong, singing alternately in their own language
Justus - ...
A Jewish Christian, called Jesus, Paul's only Fellow-labourer at Rome, where he wrote his Epistle to the Colossians (Colossians 4:11 )
Archippus - Paul, referring doubtless to his aid in missionary operations in those parts, styles him ‘our Fellow-soldier
Madmen (2) - Hence arose the contemptuous sneer as to Jesus (John 10:20), "He hath a devil and is mad"; also the designation "mad Fellow" applied to the prophet who anointed Jehu (2 Kings 9:11), and to Jeremiah (Jeremiah 29:26), and to Paul (Acts 26:24-25)
Edification: the Aim of Christian Speech - ' It is to be feared that many speech- makers at public meetings could not say as much; and yet how dare any of us waste the time of our Fellow immortals in mere amusing talk! If we have nothing to speak to edification, how much better to hold our tongue! ...
Quiz - ) An odd or absurd Fellow
Rook - ) A trickish, rapacious Fellow; a cheat; a sharper
Scurvy - Vile mean low vulgar worthless contemptible as a scurvy Fellow
Brother - (1 Kings 9:13 ) ...
A Fellow man
Wag - ) A man full of sport and humor; a ludicrous Fellow; a humorist; a wit; a joker
Belial - "A man of Belial" is a worthless, lawless Fellow (Deuteronomy 13:13; Judges 19:22; 1 Samuel 2:12). Latterly "Rake" ("vain Fellows" (2 Samuel 6:20, harekim ), and "Fool" were used instead: Matthew 5:22
Clod - ) A dull, gross, stupid Fellow; a dolt...
Disposition - ) Natural or prevailing spirit, or temperament of mind, especially as shown in intercourse with one's Fellow-men; temper of mind
Pretty - ) Mean; despicable; contemptible; - used ironically; as, a pretty trick; a pretty Fellow
Civil - ) Pertaining to a city or state, or to a citizen in his relations to his Fellow citizens or to the state; within the city or state
Fellowship - ) A foundation for the maintenance, on certain conditions, of a scholar called a Fellow, who usually resides at the university. ) To acknowledge as of good standing, or in communion according to standards of faith and practice; to admit to Christian Fellowship
Drone - ) One who lives on the labors of others; a lazy, idle Fellow; a sluggard
Potsherd - whatever good one might promise himself from striving with his Fellow creature of earth, to strive with one's Maker is suicidal madness (Isaiah 27:4)
Intrust - intrusted to me" (AV, "is committed unto me"), of Paul and the stewardship of the Gospel; so Galatians 2:7 ; Titus 1:3 ; in 1 Thessalonians 2:4 , where he associates with himself his Fellow missionaries, RV, "to be intrusted with" (AV, "to be put in trust with")
Sea, Confession at - Such a priest can validly and licitly impart sacramental absolution to his Fellow-voyagers and to those who for any reason visit the ship at some port; moreover, in case he goes on shore for a brief visit (not more than three days) he can hear the confessions of persons who ask him to do so, and can even absolve from cases reserved to the Ordinary of the place
Courteous, Courteously - , "friendly," or, more fully, "with friendly thoughtfulness" (philos, "friend," phren, "the mind"), is found in Acts 28:7 , of the hospitality showed by Publius to Paul and his Fellow-shipwrecked travelers
Phygelus - In the Acts of Paul and Thecla, Demas and Hermogenes are named as Paul’s Fellow-travellers, full of hypocrisy, when he fled from Antioch to Iconium and enjoyed the hospitality of Onesiphorus
Sopater, Sosipater - Fellow-countryman [3], of St
Biddelians - He taught that Jesus Christ, to the intent that he might be our brother, and have a Fellow-feeling of our infirmities, and so become the more ready to help us, hath no other than a human nature; and therefore in this very nature is not only a person, since none but a human person can be our brother, but also our Lord and God
Elisha - Jesus, preaching in the synagogue at Nazareth, reminds His Fellow-townsmen, who were unwilling to receive His teaching because He was one of themselves, that Elisha, who was an Israelite, healed but one leper, and he was a Syrian
People - ) One's subjects; Fellow citizens; companions; followers
Demetrius - Observing the progress of the gospel, not in Ephesus only, but in the regions around, he assembled his Fellow-craftsmen, and represented that, by this new doctrine, not only their trade would suffer, but the worship of the great Diana of Ephesus was in danger of being entirely forsaken
Remedy - What remedy can be provided for extravagance in dress? The man who shall invent an effectual remedy for intemperance, will deserve every thing from his Fellow men
Love - It is a love of God for His own sake, and of Fellow man and of self for God's sake. The obligation of loving our Fellow man binds whenever our neighbor is in need, and we are in a position to help him
Sosipater - Fellow-Jews (cf. It is perhaps easier to believe that their salutations were meant for Fellow-Christians at Ephesus than at Rome, but we must remember that in the Apostolic Church sympathy and even affection were possible between converts who were not personally acquainted
Neighbour - In קָרוֹב, it is true, the etymological root is ‘near,’ but it occurs very rarely; in the slightly commoner עָמִית, with the much more usual רַעַ, the thought is rather that of one’s ‘fellows’ or ‘friends. of the same or some adjacent district), and is thus akin to קָרוֹב, but on the whole, in the words translated ‘neighbour,’ the idea of Fellowship is much stronger than that of proximity, and in a number of passages, as a rendering of רַעַ, ‘fellow’ or ‘fellows’ should perhaps be substituted. At the same time, ‘fellow-man’ would be an exaggeration, for it would imply not only humanitarianism, which many of these passages contain, but universalism, which is too much to postulate. In Romans 15:2 and Ephesians 4:25 the context probably favours the interpretation ‘fellow-Christian,’ in Romans 13:9-10 ‘fellow-man’; Galatians 5:14 and James 2:8 are doubtful
Demetrius - This trade brought to him and his Fellow-craftsmen "no small gain," for these shrines found a ready sale among the countless thousands who came to this temple from all parts of Asia Minor
Brick - ) A good Fellow; a merry person; as, you 're a brick
Rag - ) A shabby, beggarly Fellow; a ragamuffin
Trump - ) A good Fellow; an excellent person
Kin, Kinsfolk, Kinsman, Kinswoman - A — 1: συγγενής (Strong's #4773 — Adjective — sungenes — soong-ghen-ace' ) primarily denoting "congenital, natural, innate" (sun, "with," genos, "a family, race, offspring"), then, "akin to," is used as a noun, denoting (a) of "family relationship, kin, a kinsman, kinsfolk(s)," Luke 1:58 , RV, "kinsfolk" (AV, "cousins"); 14:12; 21:16; John 18:26 ; Acts 10:24 ; (b) of "tribal or racial kinship, Fellow nationals," Romans 9:3 ; 16:7,11,21
Authors of Articles - , Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford. , Fellow of Queens’ College, Cambridge. , of the Department of Manuscripts in the British Museum, London, Late Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford. , University Fellow in Semitic Languages, Columbia University, New York. , Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge. , Fellow and Dean of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. , Fellow of Drew Theological Seminary. , Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge. , Rector of Bainton, Late Fellow and Theological Lecturer of St
Nathanael - " Philip, like Andrew finding his own brother Simon (John 1:41), and the woman of Samaria (John 4:28-29) inviting her Fellow townsmen, having been found himself by Jesus, "findeth" his friend Nathanael, and saith, "we have found (he should have said, we have been found by: Isaiah 65:1; Philippians 3:12 ff, Song of Solomon 1:4) Him of whom the prophets did write, Jesus of Nazareth the son of Joseph" (he should have said the Son of God)
Presumption: Rebuked by Trial - Spiritual presumption leads many professors to imagine that they are beyond the power of temptation, and are no longer such frail beings as their Fellow Christians; let but the Lord conceal his face, or Satan assail them, and in their sore trouble they will discover that they are men of like passions with the rest
Hog - ) A mean, filthy, or gluttonous Fellow
Jean de Boisgelin - Subsequently he proposed that his Fellow bishops place their resignations in the hands of the pope
Chap - ) A man or boy; a youth; a Fellow
Jason - Fellow-Jews or perhaps members of the same tribe
Fellow - ) In the English universities, a scholar who is appointed to a foundation called a Fellowship, which gives a title to certain perquisites and privileges. ) In an American college or university, a member of the corporation which manages its business interests; also, a graduate appointed to a Fellowship, who receives the income of the foundation. ) A member of a literary or scientific society; as, a Fellow of the Royal Society
Blade - ) A sharp-witted, dashing, wild, or reckless, Fellow; - a word of somewhat indefinite meaning
Archippus - A Christian minister at Colossae, whom Paul calls "our Fellow soldier," namely, in the Christian warfare (2 Timothy 2:3)
Scab - ) A mean, dirty, paltry Fellow
Manaen - A less likely alternative is the early Greek translation's use of syntrophoi for Fellow Israelites to mean, “kin” ( 1 Kings 12:24 )
Associate - A companion one frequently in company with another, implying intimacy or equality a mate a Fellow
Whisk - ) An impertinent Fellow
Blessing - Sometimes men bless their Fellow-creatures, when they express their gratitude for favors received, pray for a blessing upon them, or predict their prosperity
lu'Cius -
A kinsman or Fellow tribesman of St
Ruggiero Giuseppe Boscovich - He headed a political embassy which resulted in his being elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of London
Brother - Signifies in Scripture the son of the same parent or parents, Matthew 1:2 Luke 6:14 ; a cousin or near kinsman, Genesis 13:8 14:16 John 7:3 Acts 1:14 ; one of the same stock or country, Matthew 5:47 Acts 3:22 Hebrews 7:5 ; a Fellow-man, and equal, Matthew 5:23 7:3 ; one beloved, 2 Samuel 1:26 ; Christians, as sons of God, Acts 9:30 11:29
Enemy - ...
The Bible speaks of enemies other than one’s Fellow human beings; for example, Satan, death and evil spiritual forces
Merchant - Israelites were prohibited from selling food to Fellow Israelites for profit (Leviticus 25:37 ), but could sell even carrion to a foreigner (Deuteronomy 14:21 ). Abuses by mercants were often condemned: holding back grain to force up prices (Proverbs 11:26 ); impatience for sabbath or holy days to conclude so that commerce might resume; dishonest scales (Amos 8:5 ); forcing Fellow Israelites into slavery to buy food (Nehemiah 5:1-8 ); violation of the Sabbath (Nehemiah 13:15-21 )
Clement - Paul’s Fellow-workers. Would he not have been asked to use his good offices to effect a reconciliation? Two things are possible: (a) he may be dead, though his memory is fragrant (the reference to other ‘fellow-workers whose names are in the book of life’ is not inconsistent with this suggestion); (b) he may be with St
Philemon - Paul calls him a Fellow-labourer (συνεργός), who had an Ecclesia, or gathering of Christians, in his home (Philemon 1:1-2). ’ The Apostle testifies that ‘the hearts of the saints were refreshed’ by Philemon’s loving Fellowship and helpful bounty (Philemon 1:6-7). Paul’s past experience of Philemon’s ‘love and faith,’ generosity to Fellow-believers, and loyalty to himself, gave the Apostle ‘confidence’ in interceding with his friend on behalf of that friend’s runaway but now converted slave, Onesimus, and in beseeching Philemon not only to forgive the slave’s misdemeanours, but to receive him as now a brother in Christ
Disorderly - ...
C — 1: ἀτακτέω (Strong's #812 — Verb — atakteo — at-ak-teh'-o ) signifies "to be out of rank, out of one's place, undisciplined, to behave disorderly:" in the military sense, "to break rank;" negatively in 2 Thessalonians 3:7 , of the example set by the Apostle and his Fellow missionaries, in working for their bread while they were at Thessalonica so as not to burden the saints
Nahash - He sacrificed the oxen sent parts of the sacrifice to his Fellow-countrymen with a command to muster, and promptly destroyed the Ammonites
Nicodemus - He showed courage in opposing the prejudice of his Fellow councillors against Jesus, and suggested that at least they ought to give Jesus a fair hearing (John 7:48-52)
Trophimus - While Tychicus, his associate, a Fellow Asiatic, was left behind on the route (Acts 20:4) Trophimus went forward with Paul
Junias Junia - Andronicus and Junia(s) are described as ‘kinsmen’ of the Apostle, as his ‘fellow-prisoners,’ as ‘of note among the apostles,’ and as having become Christians before St
Scrub - ) One who labors hard and lives meanly; a mean Fellow
Philemon - The closeness of the personal tie between him and the Apostle is expressed in the terms ‘beloved and Fellow-worker,’ and appears in the familiar confidence with which St
Tychicus - Paul's companion and Fellow labourer in the gospel (Acts 20:4); accompanied him in part on his return journey from the third missionary circuit; "of Asia. With Paul again in his first Roman imprisonment: Colossians 4:7-8, "a (Greek the, the article marks that Tychicus was well known to them) beloved (in relation to the Christian community) brother and a faithful minister (in missionary services) and Fellow servant in the Lord (in serving the same Master)
Epaphroditus - Paul describes him as ‘my brother, and Fellow-worker, and Fellow-soldier,’ implying at once ‘common sympathies, labours undertaken in common, and community in suffering and struggle’ (J. The ‘true yoke-fellow,’ also, of Philippians 4:3 is believed by Lightfoot (Philippians4, 1878, p
Humility And Cheerpulness - Winter comes, and though it will not mock its Fellow plants by growing then, it will not pine and mourn, and turn colourless or leafless as they
Nazareth - The obscure years of Christ’s boyhood were spent here, and in its synagogue He preached the sermon for which He was rejected by His Fellow-townsmen ( Matthew 13:54 , Luke 4:28 )
Demetrius - Demetrius and his Fellow craftsmen, in fear for their gains, raised a tumult against Paul as saying "they be no gods which are made with hands
Fellowship - Have no Fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness. ...
Men are made for society and mutual Fellowship. Most of the other christian princes were drawn into the Fellowship of that war. Partnership joint interest as Fellowship in pain. The great contention of the sea and skies parted our Fellowship. In a great town friends are scattered, so that there is not that Fellowship which is in less neighborhoods. He had by his good Fellowship - made himself popular, with all the officers of the army. An establishment in colleges, for the maintenance of a Fellow
Punch - ) A short, fat Fellow; anything short and thick
Handle - That Fellow handles a bow like a crow-keeper
Fox - ) A sly, cunning Fellow
Punch - ) A short, fat Fellow; anything short and thick
Odd - It sometimes implies dislike or contempt as an odd Fellow
Kind - Some of you, on pure instinct of nature, ...
Are led by kind t' admire your Fellow creature
Wag - A droll a man full of low sport and humor a ludicrous Fellow
Spirit, Fruits of the - The next four, "Longsuffering, Gentleness, Goodness and Faith,"describe the qualities which should characterize the Christian inhis bearing towards his Fellow-men—(Faith, it is to be understood,in this enumeration means trust, belief in man, and not theTheological Virtue, which is regarded as a root rather than afruit)
Will of Man: Adverse to the Gospel - When an Israelite had slain, inadvertently, his Fellow, he knew the city of refuge, he feared the avenger of blood, and he fled along the road to the place of safety; but multitudes know the refuge, and every Sabbath we set up the sign-posts along the road, but yet they come not to find salvation
Brothers - ...
The term brother is also used in the Old Testament to signify kinsmen, allies, Fellow countrymen. In fact, in most of the New Testament passages where brethren is used to designate the entire Christian community (male and female), the word may be better translated as “fellow Christians” ( Philippians 4:1-9 )
Aristarchus - In the former (Colossians 4:10) he is called the ‘fellow-prisoner’ (συναιχμάλωτος) of the writer, and we find the same term, which usually indicates physical restraint, applied to Epaphras (q. In Philemon 1:24 he is called ‘fellow-labourer’ of the writer
James Hope-Scott - Grandson of the second Earl of Hopetoun, he was educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford, and was a Fellow of Merton College
Hope-Scott, James Robert - Grandson of the second Earl of Hopetoun, he was educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford, and was a Fellow of Merton College
Form - " "Found (by His Fellow men's outward cognizance) in fashion, (scheema ) as a man" signifies His outward presentation, habit, style, manner, dress, action (Philippians 2:8)
Idle - Slothful given to rest and ease averse to labor or employment lazy as an idle man an idle Fellow
Titus - Paul describes him to the Corinthian church as "my partner [1] and Fellow-helper" on their behalf
Justice - That we help our Fellow-creatures in cases of great necessity, Ex
Slug - ) A drone; a slow, lazy Fellow; a sluggard
Smart - ) A Fellow who affects smartness, briskness, and vivacity; a dandy
Paulinus, Bishop of Tyre - Eusebius of Caesarea lavishes unstinting praise on his Fellow-partisan, dedicates to him his Ecclesiastical History (Eus
Severus, Bishop of Mileum - of Mileum or Mileus a native of the same place as Augustine and a Fellow-student lifelong friend and member of the same monastic community
Faith (2) - On seeing him, one of the generals scornfully said, 'What does this Fellow want here?' 'This Fellow,' replied the soldier proudly, 'is a captain of the guard
Sabbatical Year - ...
Release for debtors...
At the end of every seven years, Israelites were to forgive any debts owed them by Fellow Israelites. Israelites who were slaves of their Fellow Israelites were also released in the seventh year
Honor - These terms are generally used with reference to the honor granted Fellow human beings, though in some cases they are used to describe the honor a person grants God. As a participant in the church, the believer is also called to honor Jesus Christ, the head of the church (John 5:23 ), Fellow believers (Romans 12:10 ), and widows (1 Timothy 5:3 )
Aerius, Founder of the Heretical Sect of the Aerians - He was the early friend and Fellow-disciple of Eustathius of Sebaste in Pontus. Aerius and his numerous followers openly separated from their Fellow-Christians, and professed ἀποταξία , or the renunciation of all worldly goods
Catholic Council For International Relations - " It endeavors to give Catholics in Great Britain a greater and more sympathetic knowledge of their Fellow Catholics in other countries; to create a Catholic public opinion, informed by the tradition of the Church, which shall be a real power for international justice and peace; to enable Catholics to understand, appreciate, and when necessary, criticize from the standpoint of religion, the international organizations and movements of the day
Catholic Survey - " It endeavors to give Catholics in Great Britain a greater and more sympathetic knowledge of their Fellow Catholics in other countries; to create a Catholic public opinion, informed by the tradition of the Church, which shall be a real power for international justice and peace; to enable Catholics to understand, appreciate, and when necessary, criticize from the standpoint of religion, the international organizations and movements of the day
Time - Time is said to be redeemed or improved when it is properly filled up, or employed in the conscientious discharge of all the duties which devolve upon us, as it respects the Divine Being, ourselves, and our Fellow-creatures
Buck - ) A gay, dashing young Fellow; a fop; a dandy
Julia - Romans 16:3, where a married couple are saluted as ‘fellow-labourers’ with the Apostle, and the salutation includes ‘the church which assembles at their house’)
Gregory Xvi, Pope - He censured De Lamennais and his Fellow-editors of "L'Avenir" in their dispute with the French episcopate
Bartolomeo Alberto Cappellari Colomba - He censured De Lamennais and his Fellow-editors of "L'Avenir" in their dispute with the French episcopate
Cunning - Artful shrewd sly crafty astute designing as a cunning Fellow
Babbler - It was afterwards applied to loafers in the market-place who gained a precarious livelihood by what they could pick up, and it thus connotes ‘a vulgar Fellow,’ ‘a parasite
Stupid Fellow - Kesı̂yl (כְּסִיל, Strong's #3684), “stupid Fellow; dull person; fool
Martyrius, Bishop of Jerusalem - 457, together with his Fellow-solitary Elias, also subsequently bp
Spyridon, Bishop of Trimithus - He was the centre of many legendary stories which Socrates heard from his Fellow-islanders (Socr
Curse - ...
This was the sense in which Paul was willing to be cursed (Greek: anathema) in the place of his Fellow Jews. He was willing to be cut off from Christ and totally condemned, so that his Fellow Jews might be saved from judgment (Romans 9:3)
Lending - God expected all Israelites to realize that because they existed in a special relation to him, they were not to take advantage of their Fellow Israelites. ...
Release from debt...
These disorders existed in spite of the law which laid down that, at the end of every seven years, Israelites were to forgive debts owed them by Fellow Israelites. God promised to reward those who were generous to their Fellows (Deuteronomy 15:1-11). ...
Lessons for Christians...
In all these laws the emphasis was on helping Fellow Israelites in need
Feel, Feeling, Felt - ...
4: συμπαθέω (Strong's #4834 — Verb — sumpatheo — soom-path-eh'-o ) "to have a Fellow-feeling for or with," is rendered "touched with the feeling of" in Hebrews 4:15 ; "have compassion" in Hebrews 10:34
Patch - ) A paltry Fellow; a rogue; a ninny; a fool
Titus - A distinguished Christian minister of Greek origin, Galatians 2:3 ; converted under the preaching of Paul, Titus 1:4 , whose companion and Fellow-labor he became, 2 Corinthians 8:23
Jealousy - The jealousy of a student is awakened by the apprehension that his Fellow will bear away the palm of praise
Brother - The word 'âch is used of a Fellow tribesman: “With whomsoever thou findest thy gods, let him not live: before our brethren discern thou what is thine …” ( Fellow countryman: “And it came to pass in those days, when Moses was grown, that he went out unto his brethren, and looked on their burdens …” ( Neighbor - ...
In spite of this insistence of the law that Israel was to be kind to foreigners and treat them with compassion and justice, the preponderance of emphasis is on the "neighborliness" to be shown to Fellow members of the covenant with Israel. Thus, when the Old Testament prescribes treating one's neighbor as oneself (Leviticus 19:18 b), we are to envisage how Israel was to treat Fellow Israelites (Leviticus 19:17-18 a) and, only by extension, Gentiles. The vision of Zechariah for the final days included the refreshing Fellowship of neighborliness (3:10). ...
Thus, when we enter into the New Testament period we are to understand the biblical laws of the Old Testament that speak of neighborliness as injunctions for special treatment of Fellow Jews. Jews showed special love for Fellow Jews because they were covenantally and racially bound together. Furthermore, Paul urges his congregations to be neighborly, and we are probably justified in seeing such exhortations applying primarily to Christian Fellowship ( Romans 13:8-10 ; 1 Corinthians 10:24 ; Ephesians 4:25 )
Fellowship - Nothing is so prominent in early Christianity as its sense of Fellowship. This Fellowship is primarily a religious fact: it is Fellowship with the heavenly Lord, who, though hidden in heaven (Acts 3:21), is yet sensibly present to His followers (Matthew 18:20; Matthew 28:20). Even the individual believer knows that he is in Fellowship with Christ. He speaks also of ‘the Fellowship of his sufferings’ (Philippians 3:10), which allows his own sufferings to participate in the saving power of Christ’s afflictions for His Church (Colossians 1:24, Ephesians 3:13). The Fellowship with Christ to which God has called Christians (1 Corinthians 1:9) has not yet been fully realized, but is still to be hoped for. John emphasizes the fact that this present Fellowship with Christ (1 John 1:6) is Fellowship with the Father and with the Son (1 John 1:3). Paul speaks of ‘fellowship of the Spirit’ (Philippians 2:1) as well as of ‘communion of the Holy Ghost’ (2 Corinthians 13:14), the same Greek word (κοινωνία) being used in both passages. Fellowship with the heavenly Lord, who sits at the right hand of God, and makes intercession for His followers (Romans 8:34; cf. Fellowship with the Holy Ghost is realized in certainty of salvation and boldness in prayer (Romans 8:15 f, Romans 8:26; cf. Fellowship of the faith (Philemon 1:6) is Fellowship of the faithful. This is an exclusive Fellowship: ‘what Fellowship have righteousness and iniquity? or what communion hath light with darkness? (2 Corinthians 6:14). his scruples regarding invitations to heathen houses or temples, 1 Corinthians 10:27), was carried out in later times (1 Peter 4:4, 3 John 1:7); and the leaders in the Church even began to insist on avoiding all Fellowship with Christians of doubtful character (2 John 1:10 f. One sign of this Fellowship is mutual intercession (2 Corinthians 1:11, Colossians 4:3, 2 Thessalonians 3:1), another is the kiss of peace (2 Corinthians 13:12, 1 Thessalonians 5:26). At the so-called Apostolic Council, James, Peter, and John gave Paul and Barnabas the right hand of Fellowship in token of their mutual recognition of one another as Fellow-workers in their different mission fields (Galatians 2:9). Paul mentions not only his Fellow-workers (Romans 16:3) but also his Fellow-prisoners (Romans 16:7, Colossians 4:10). Fellowship-and this is the main point-is to be exercised actively towards all members of the community. In this sense Fellowship is one of the chief characteristics of the primitive Church of Jerusalem (Acts 2:42); it is characteristic, too, of the relationship between the Pauline communities. Paul praises the Philippians for their Fellow-ship in furthering the gospel (Philippians 1:5), i. In this way they had Fellowship with his afflictions (Philippians 4:14). The churches of Macedonia besought the Apostle ‘with much intreaty in regard of … the Fellowship in the ministering to the saints’ (2 Corinthians 8:4), i. Fellowship, then, becomes a system of mutual help-the care of the poor and the sick, the feeding of widows and orphans, the visiting of prisoners, hospitality, the procuring of labour for travelling workmen (Didache, xii. 3ff,), are some of the proofs of Fellowship
Mark, John - my Fellow workers unto the kingdom of God which have been a comfort unto me"). So in Philemon 1:11-24, he calls Mark "my Fellow laborer. " A contrast: Demas, once Paul's" Fellow laborer," fails away; Mark returns to the right way, and is no longer unprofitable, but "profitable (even to an apostle) for the ministry
Proverbs Book of - A collection of maxims generally unconnected, inculcating moral precepts which respect both man's duty towards God and his behavior to his Fellow- Helkath-Hazzurim - So fiercely did they encounter each other that "they caught every man his Fellow by the head, and thrust his sword in his Fellow's side; so they fell down together: wherefore that place was called Helkath-hazzurim
Soldier - ...
A — 3: συστρατιώτης (Strong's #4961 — Noun Masculine — sustratiotes — soos-trat-ee-o'-tace ) "a Fellow-soldier," (sun, "with," and No. 1), is used metaphorically in Philippians 2:25 ; Philemon 1:2 , of Fellowship in Christian service
Property - 25:45-46 non-lsraelites could also be inheritable property, but a Fellow Israelite could not
Ancyra, Seven Martyrs of - Upon their refusal Theotecnus ordered them to be drowned in the lake, with heavy stones tied round their necks lest their bodies should be recovered and buried by their Fellow Christians
Epaphroditus - But that faithful "brother, companion in labor, and Fellow soldier," being probably in delicate health in setting out, had brought on himself a dangerous sickness by the fatigues of the journey to Rome (Philippians 2:25-26; Philippians 2:30; Philippians 4:18)
Zenas - ’ We gather that Zenas and Apollos were Fellow-travellers who had come to Crete and were contemplating going elsewhere
Mark, John - ...
When Paul wrote Philemon, Mark was one of Paul's Fellow workers who sent greetings (Philippians 1:24 )
Amphipolis - The Apostle and his Fellow-travellers evidently remained in Amphipolis over night, and next day went on to Apollonia (Acts 17:1)
Philemon - He calls him his Fellow-labourer; and from that expression some have thought that he was bishop or deacon of the church at Colosse; but others have been of opinion, that he was only a private Christian, who had shown a zealous and active disposition in the cause of Christianity, without holding any ecclesiastical office
Publican - Some Jews found it profitable to serve the Roman State in this way, and became objects of detestation to such of their Fellow-countrymen as showed an impotent hatred of the Roman supremacy
Pathros - ; soldiers and traders of many nations must have passed frequently up and down the Nile in those days, yet without giving to their Fellow-countrymen at home any clear idea of the Upper Country
Imitate, Imitator - ...
B — 2: συμμιμητής (Strong's #4831 — Noun Masculine — summimetes — soom-mim-ay-tace' ) denotes "a Fellow imitator" (sun, "with," and No
Pastor - Peter’s charge to his ‘fellow-elders’ (1 Peter 5:2), and in St
John Newman, Venerable - Despite a breakdown, which lowered his scholastic rank, he was elected Fellow of Oriel. " Trinity made him honorary Fellow, 1878
Newman, John Henry, Venerable - Despite a breakdown, which lowered his scholastic rank, he was elected Fellow of Oriel. " Trinity made him honorary Fellow, 1878
Epaphras - Paul is shown by the designations ‘beloved Fellow-bondsman’ (Colossians 1:2) and ‘fellow-captive’ (Philemon 1:23)
Archippus - in Fellowship with, and in the service of, Christ. Paul as ‘fellow-soldier’-a designation possibly occasioned by some special service in which the two had been engaged together during St. More probably, however, the expression refers to the general Fellowship of the two men in evangelistic work (cf. The message, however, to Archippus can hardly be regarded as necessarily suggesting more than that his work was specially important and arduous, demanding from himself earnest watchfulness, and from an older ‘fellow-campaigner,’ like St
Dear - ...
3: ἀγαπητός (Strong's #27 — Adjective — agapetos — ag-ap-ay-tos' ) from agape, "love," signifies "beloved;" it is rendered "very dear" in 1 Thessalonians 2:8 (AV, "dear"), of the affection of Paul and his Fellow workers for the saints at Thessalonica; in Ephesians 5:1 ; Colossians 1:7 , AV, "dear;" RV, "beloved
Fellowship - A — 1: κοινωνία (Strong's #2842 — Noun Feminine — koinonia — koy-nohn-ee'-ah ) (a) "communion, Fellowship, sharing in common" (from koinos, "common"), is translated "communion" in 1 Corinthians 10:16 ; Philemon 1:6 , RV, "fellowship," for AV, "communication;" it is most frequently translated "fellowship;" (b) "that which is the outcome of Fellowship, a contribution," e. 3, under Fellow), is translated "fellowship" in 2 Corinthians 6:14 . , Psalm 122:3 , "Jerusalem is built as a city whose Fellowship is complete. 1); in 1 Corinthians 10:20 it is used with ginomai, "to become," "that ye should have communion with," RV (AV, "fellowship with"). ...
B — 1: κοινωνέω (Strong's #2841 — Verb — koinoneo — koy-no-neh'-o ) "to have Fellowship," is so translated in Philippians 4:15 , RV, for AV, "did communicate. ...
B — 2: συγκοινωνέω (Strong's #4790 — Verb — sunkoinoneo — soong-koy-no-neh'-o ) "to have Fellowship with or in" (sun, "with," and No. 1), is used in Ephesians 5:11 ; Philippians 4:14 , RV, "ye had Fellowship," for AV, "ye did communicate;" Revelation 18:4 , RV, "have (no) Fellowship with," for AV, "be (not) partakers of
Thought - The thoughts we ought to indulge, are those which give the mind a rational or religious pleasure; tend to improve the understanding; raise the affections to divine objects; to promote the welfare of our Fellow creatures, and withal the divine glory
Thanksgiving - Early Christians expressed thanks: for Christ's healing ministry (Luke 17:16 ); for Christ's deliverance of the believer from sin (Romans 6:17-18 ; Romans 7:25 ); for God's indescribable gift of grace in Christ (2 Corinthians 9:14-15 ; 1 Corinthians 15:57 ; compare Romans 1:21 ); and for the faith of Fellow Christians (Romans 1:8 )
Sopater - Fellow-Jews
Jesus - He is described, along with Mark and Aristarchus, as a Fellow-worker unto the Kingdom of God and as having been a comfort unto the Apostle
Even - ) Associate; Fellow; of the same condition
Abel-Beth-Maacha - Sheba, son of Bichri, the rebel against David, 80 years before the Syrian invasion under Benhadad, Asa's ally, was here besieged by Joab; and the city was saved by the proverbial shrewdness of its inhabitants, who hearkened to their Fellow townswoman's wise advice to sacrifice the one man Sheba to the safety of the whole inhabitants
Jealous, Jealousy - emulation") of the Apostle's evangelical ministry to Gentiles with a view to stirring his Fellow nationals to a sense of their need and responsibilities regarding the Gospel; in 1 Corinthians 10:22 , of the provocation of God on the part of believers who compromise their Divine relationship by partaking of the table of demons; in Galatians 5:20 , of the works of the flesh
Zechariah - The book contains six specific references to Christ: 3:8; 6:12; 9:9; 11:12; 12:10; 13:7, representing him as a lowly servant, a priest and king building Jehovah's temple, the meek and peaceful but universal monarch, the shepherd betrayed for the price of a slave (thirty pieces of silver), the leader to repentance, and the Fellow of Jehovah smitten by Jehovah himself, at once the Redeemer and the Pattern of his flock
Maximus, Bishop of Alexandria - Seven years later, when Valerian's persecution began, we find Maximus attending his bishop (who calls him his "fellow-presbyter") to the tribunal of the prefect Aemilianus, as involved with him, and three deacons and a Roman lay Christian, in the charge of contumacious rejection of the gods who had "preserved the emperor's sovereignty," and whose worship was in accordance with "natural" law
Theodorus, Bishop of Tyana - of Tyana, a Fellow countryman and correspondent of Gregory Nazianzen
Jesus - He is described, along with Mark and Aristarchus, as a Fellow-worker unto the Kingdom of God and as having been a comfort unto the Apostle
Manning, Henry Edward - He returned to Oxford and was elected a Fellow of Merton
Reap - 1: θερίζω (Strong's #2325 — Verb — therizo — ther-id'-zo ) "to reap" (akin to theros, "summer, harvest"), is used (a) literally, Matthew 6:26 ; 25:24,26 ; Luke 12:24 ; 19:21,22 ; James 5:4 (2nd part), AV, "have reaped;" (b) figuratively or in proverbial expressions, John 4:36 (twice),37,38, with immediate reference to bringing Samaritans into the kingdom of God, in regard to which the disciples would enjoy the fruits of what Christ Himself had been doing in Samaria; the Lord's words are, however, of a general application in respect of such service; in 1 Corinthians 9:11 , with reference to the right of the Apostle and his Fellow missionaries to receive material assistance from the church, a right which he forbore to excerise; in 2 Corinthians 9:6 (twice), with reference to rendering material help to the needy, either "sparingly" or "bountifully," the "reaping" being proportionate to the sowing; in Galatians 6:7,8 (twice), of "reaping" corruption, with special reference, according to the context, to that which is naturally shortlived, transient (though the statement applies to every form of sowing to the flesh), and of "reaping" eternal life (characteristics and moral qualities being in view), as a result of sowing "to the Spirit," the reference probably being to the new nature of the believer, which is, however, under the controlling power of the Holy Spirit, Galatians 6:9 , the "reaping" (the effect of well doing) being accomplished, to a limited extent, in this life, but in complete fulfillment at and beyond the Judgment-Seat of Christ; diligence or laxity here will then produce proportionate results; in Revelation 14:15 (twice),16, figurative of the discriminating judgment Divinely to be fulfilled at the close of this age, when the wheat will be separated from the tares (see Matthew 13:30 )
Equal, Equality - ...
B — 2: συνηλικιώτης (Strong's #4915 — Noun Masculine — sunelikiotes — soon-ay-lik-ee-o'-tace ) denotes "one of the same age, an equal in age" (sun, "with," helikia, "an age"), "a contemporary," Galatians 1:14 , RV, "of mine own age," for AV "mine equals," the reference being to the Apostle's good standing among his Fellow students in the rabbinical schools; cp
Habits: Destructive Power of - On repairing to the spot, we found the poor Fellow in his last struggle, manfully attempting to extricate himself from the meshes of ropelike grass that encircled his body; but, to all appearance, the more he labored to escape, the more firmly they became coiled round his limbs
Philemon - Paul referred to Philemon as a “beloved and Fellow labourer” (Philippians 1:1 )
Luke (Evangelist) - He is generally believed to be the author of the Third Gospel and Acts, and therefore a frequent Fellow-traveller with the Apostle of the Gentiles
Book of Life - Those whose names are in the book have been born into God's family through Jesus Christ (Hebrews 12:23 ; Revelation 13:8 ); remain faithful in worship of God (Revelation 13:8 ; Revelation 17:8 ); are untouched by the practice of abomination and falsehood (Revelation 21:27 ); are faithful through tribulation (Revelation 3:5 ); and are Fellow workers in the work of Jesus Christ (Philippians 4:3 )
Path - ...
Psalm 77:19 (b) In this way the Lord describes the blessedness of a life that is lived in obedience to GOD, and Fellowship with GOD. ...
Hebrews 12:13 (a) The Lord is inviting His children by this expression to walk in such a godly way, so upright, so consecrated, that the weak Christian will be encouraged to walk with GOD, and will not be stumbled by his Fellow-believer
Heraclides Cyprius, Bishop of Ephesus - After Chrysostom's second and final exile in 404, Heraclides was his Fellow-sufferer
Henry Manning - He returned to Oxford and was elected a Fellow of Merton
Count - , a companion or associate, a Fellow traveler
Misanthropist - He is a man, who talks of nothing but banishing and executing, and who, because he thinks his talents are not sufficiently valued and employed by his Fellow- citizens, or rather because they know his foibles, and do not choose to be subject to his caprice, talks of quitting cities, towns, and societies, and of living in dens or deserts
Chrysippus, Guardian of the Holy Cross - Peter and John, and the martyrdom of the latter, which Chrysippus had derived from a Fellow-presbyter, Lucian, to whom it had been revealed in a dream, together with the localities in which their bodies and that of St
Shaving - In this state he went home to his women, who actually thrust him out of the door; and such was the disgrace of cutting off his beard, that even his Fellow buffoons would not eat with him till it was grown again
Nicolaus, Bishop of Myra - His feast-day was formerly connected in Salisbury Cathedral, Eton, and elsewhere with the curious ceremonial of choosing a boy-bishop, who presided till the following Innocents' Day over his Fellow-choristers, arrayed in full episcopal attire (cf
Apollos - They were Fellow servants of God (1 Corinthians 3:4-9)
Pionius, Martyr at Smyrna - The Acts give a long report of exhortations delivered by Pionius to his Fellow-prisoners
Brother - A Fellow man (Leviticus 19:17). a Fellow on a level with) the dragons" or "jackals" (Job 30:29)
Aquila And Priscilla - Nor was the advantage all on one side; from these ‘fellow-workers in Christ Jesus’ ( Romans 16:3 ) it is probable, as Ramsay suggests (Hastings’ DB Isaacus, Donatist Martyr - The history is related by a Fellow-Donatist named Macrobius; and though he does not mention the name of the proconsul, doubtless the tragedy took place in connexion with the mission into Africa of Paulus and Macarius. But the action of the waves, caused, according to the writer's belief, by divine interposition, tore away the sand, and after six days brought the two bodies together to shore, where they were received with welcome by their Fellow-Christians on their way to the churches and received Christian burial, the malice of those who had sought to deprive them of it being thus gloriously defeated
Revela'Tion of st. John, - He is also a Fellow sufferer with those whom he addresses, and the authorized channel of the most direct and important communication that was ever made to the Seven Churches of Asia, of which churches John the apostle was at that time the spiritual governor and teacher. Lastly, the writer was a Fellow servant of angels and a brother of prophets
James the Brother of Jesus - On that occasion James and his Fellow leaders expressed their support for Paul’s mission to the Gentiles (Galatians 2:7-9). ...
Opposition from Fellow Jews...
In spite of James’ efforts, many in the Jerusalem church still refused to accept Gentile Christians as equals unless the Gentiles kept the law of Moses
Rejoice - Romans 5:2 ; Revelation 19:7 ); their prospect of reward, Matthew 5:12 ; the obedience and godly conduct of Fellow believers, Romans 16:19 , RV, "I rejoice" (AV, "I am glad"); 2 Corinthians 7:7,9 ; 13:9 ; Colossians 2:5 ; 1 Thessalonians 3:9 ; 2 John 1:4 ; 3 John 1:3 ; the proclamation of Christ, Philippians 1:18 ; the gospel harvest, John 4:36 ; suffering with Christ, Acts 5:41 ; 1 Peter 4:13 ; suffering in the cause of the gospel, 2 Corinthians 13:9 (1st part); Philippians 2:17 (1st part); Colossians 1:24 ; in persecutions, trials and afflictions, Matthew 5:12 ; Luke 6:23 ; 2 Corinthians 6:10 ; the manifestation of grace, Acts 11:23 ; meeting with Fellow believers, 1 Corinthians 16:17 , RV, "I rejoice;" Philippians 2:28 ; receiving tokens of love and Fellowship, Philippians 4:10 ; the "rejoicing" of others, Romans 12:15 ; 2 Corinthians 7:13 ; learning of the well-being of others, 2 Corinthians 7:16 . 1), is used of "rejoicing" together in the recovery of what was lost, Luke 15:6,9 ; in suffering in the cause of the gospel, Philippians 2:17 (2nd part),18; in the joy of another, Luke 1:58 ; in the honor of Fellow believers, 1 Corinthians 12:26 ; in the triumph of the truth, 1 Corinthians 13:6 , RV, "rejoiceth with
Communion of the Saints - Now, by virtue of the one life-flood, every limb of the body holds Fellowship with every other, and as long as life lasts that Fellowship is inevitable. Nothing but death can break up the Fellowship, you must tear away the member, or it must of necessity commune with the rest of the body. It is even thus in the body of Christ; no laws can prevent one living member of Christ from Fellowship with every other, the pulse of living Fellowship sends a wave through the whole mystical frame; where there is but one life, Fellowship is an inevitable consequence. If they be alive unto God they may in mistaken conscientiousness deny their Fellow Christians the outward sign of communion, but communion itself falls not under any rule or regulation of theirs. Tie a red tape round your thumb and let it decree that the whole body is out of Fellowship with it; the thumb's decree is either ridiculously inoperative, or else it proves injurious to itself. God has made us one, one Spirit quickens us, and truly our Fellowship is with the Father, and with his Son Jesus; to deny Fellowship with any believer in Jesus is to refuse what you must of necessity give, and to deny in symbol what you must inevitably render in reality
Mark, Saint Evangelist - After this he sailed to Cyprus with Barnabas; ten years later Mark was a Fellow-worker of Saint Paul and in the company of Saint Peter at Rome
Disciple - ...
A — 3: συμμαθητής (Strong's #4827 — Noun Masculine — summathetes — soom-math-ay-tace' ) means "a Fellow disciple" (sun, with, and No
Pride - Pride causes people to rebel against God because he is above them, and despise Fellow human beings because, in their view, they are below them (Exodus 5:2; 1 John 2:16; Luke 18:9-11)
Stephen - ...
Being a Greek-speaking Jew himself, Stephen went to the synagogue for Greek-speaking Jews in Jerusalem to try to turn his Fellow Jews to Christ
Titus - Titus also seems to have been a very capable person, called by Paul “my partner and Fellow worker” (2 Corinthians 8:23 NIV)
Loan - ...
Thus Old Testament forbade charging interest to Fellow Israelites (Exodus 22:25 ; Leviticus 25:35-38 ; Deuteronomy 23:19 ), for requesting loans indicated economic hardship
Play - " But the Scripture shews that this play was fighting; for we are told that "they caught every one his Fellow by the head, and thrust his sword into his Fellow's side, so they fell down together; wherefore that place was called Helkath-hazzarim"—which the margin of the Bible renders "the field of strong men
Key - 1: κλείς (Strong's #2807 — Noun Feminine — kleis — klice ) "a key," is used metaphorically (a) of "the keys of the kingdom of heaven," which the Lord committed to Peter, Matthew 16:19 , by which he would open the door of faith, as he did to Jews at Pentecost, and to Gentiles in the person of Cornelius, acting as one commissioned by Christ, through the power of the Holy Spirit; he had precedence over his Fellow disciples, not in authority, but in the matter of time, on the ground of his confession of Christ (Matthew 18:16 ); equal authority was committed to them (Matthew 18:18 ); (b) of "the key of knowledge," Luke 11:52 , i
Number - with"), of the Apostle's dissociation of himself and his Fellow missionaries from those who commended themselves
Accord - , "fellow-souled or minded" (sun, "with," psuche, "the soul") occurs in Philippians 2:2 , "of one accord
Word - ...
And gave the harmless Fellow a good word
Marcia, Concubine of Commodus - ...
Marcia, whose intimacy with her Fellow servant Eclectus had given occasion for remark, ultimately became his wife
Photius, Bishop of Tyre - Under the powerful influence of Uranius of Himera, he and his Fellow-judges first acquitted Ibas at Tyre and Berytus, and the next year at the "Robber Synod" of Ephesus zealously joined in his condemnation (Martin, Le Brigandage d’Ephèse , pp 118–120, 181)
Theotimus, Bishop of Tomi - In some instances the seed was sown in good soil, and the Hunnish strangers returned to their distant homes as converts, eager to convert their Fellow-barbarians
Partake, Partaker - ...
A — 3: μέτοχος (Strong's #3353 — Adjective — metochos — met'-okh-os ) see Fellow , No. 3), is used as a noun, a joint partaker, Ephesians 3:6 , RV, "fellow partakers" (AV, "partakers"); in Ephesians 5:7 , RV and AV, "partakers. ...
B — 2: συγκοινωνέω (Strong's #4790 — Verb — sunkoinoneo — soong-koy-no-neh'-o ) see FellowSHIP , B, No
Salt - ...
So Jesus, cf6 "have salt in yourselves, and have peace one with another" (Mark 9:50); as no sacrifice to God, and no food to man, is acceptable without salt, so prayers offered without "peace" of heart toward Fellow men are savourless; a warning to the disciples who had just been disputing with one another, and judging, Fellow men who used Jesus' name though not following the disciples (Mark 9:33-50)
Brethren - clans and single tribes (see Deuteronomy 18:7, where the Levite’s ‘brethren’ are his Fellow-Levites); (4) metaphorical applications which are too general and too various for exact delimitation. The ‘brother’ intended is especially one’s Fellow-Christian, and Mt
Companion - The KJV gives these senses: “neighbor; friend; Fellow; companion. 11:37 for this usage: “And she said unto her father … let me alone two months, that I may go up and down upon the mountains, and bewail my virginity, I and my Fellows " (cf. Re’ut refers to a “fellow woman
the Unmerciful Servant - But during the process of his conversion, and till it was perfected, he both caused himself many stumbles and many falls, and was the cause of many such things to his Fellow-disciples. And how did it all end? Or, is it all ended yet?...
But the same servant went out, and found one of his Fellow-servants which owed him an hundred pence; and he laid his hands on him and took him by the throat, saying, Pay me that thou owest. Now we are such, and our Fellow-servants are such, that they are continually running into all kinds of debt to us, and to all depths of debt. When the Fellow-servants of this unmerciful servant saw him so forget his own ten thousand talents as to take his hundred-pence debtor by the throat and cast him into prison, they were both sorry and angry, and went and told their Lord what had taken place. " Now those Fellow-servants did that, and their resentment is told us in order that we may imitate them in their resentment. That would largely banish all injury from among ourselves, if we would all do what that wise man of Greece advised, and what those Fellow-servants actually did
Friends Friendship - Thus instead of ‘friends’ and ‘friendship’ we read much of ‘brothers’ and ‘fellowship’ (κοινωνία). And when he speaks of others, like Urban, Epaphroditus, Clement, and Philemon, as his Fellow-workers, or, like Andronicus, Junias, and Aristarchus, as his Fellow-prisoners, or, like Archippus, as his Fellow-soldiers, it would be very puerile criticism to say that because he does not term them technically his friends there was no friendship between him and them. In the vicissitudes of travel, in the new campaigns that were undertaken, in the different problems that each province and city presented, in the failures and successes that attended his mission, there must have been that close-knit sympathy and entire Fellowship that mark the intercourse of friends
Neighbor - The term in the Gospels is stripped of all national restriction or limitations, and denotes all our Fellow men without distinction. The Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10), illustrates this teaching by showing that neighbor includes in a special manner our Fellowman in need
Read, Reading - Similarly, in 2 Corinthians 3:2 the verb ginosko, "to know," and anaginosko, "to read," are put in that order, and metaphorically applied to the church at Corinth as being an epistle, a message to the world, written by the Apostle and his Fellow missionaries, through their ministry of the gospel and the consequent change in the lives of the converts, an epistle "known and read of all men
Titus, Letter to - Both letters were intended to encourage Paul’s Fellow workers in the tasks they faced, particularly in matters concerning leadership and teaching in the church
Christ: the Soul's Only Defence - There is an ancient parable which says that the dove once made a piteous complaint to her Fellow birds, that the hawk was a most cruel tyrant, and was thirsting for her blood
Matthew - When they mention the tax collector who responded to Jesus’ call and invited his Fellow tax collectors to a feast to meet Jesus, they call him not Matthew, but Levi, which was his other name (Mark 2:14-17; Luke 5:27-32)
Souls: Care For - Poor pay, you think, for such dangerous toil; but, Fellow worker for Jesus, I wish we were as venturesome for souls, and as careful of them, as these poor peasants are concerning miserable bundles of grass
Jael - Moreover Deborah anticipates a fact, namely, that Jael would be regarded as a heroine and praised as a public benefactress above her Fellow women)
Camp, Encampment - The writer of Hebrews thus encouraged his Fellow Christians to follow their Lord “outside the camp” of Israel's sacrificial system and of their Jewish religious heritage, even though that could mean bearing abuse
Good Samaritan, Parable of the - A priest approaches, who might be expected to give good example and obey the Law's precept of charity towards the neighbor, especially as the victim is apparently a Fellow countryman, but he passes by
Shulamite - (Hebrews 7:2) What a sweet thought! Our Jesus, our Melchizedec, is king of Salem, and all his people are in this sense "Shulamites;" for they are "fellow-citizens with the saints, and of the household of God
Ishmael - Ishmael no doubt became a wild man of the desert, the progenitor of the roaming Bedouin tribes of the East, so well known as robbers to this day that travellers through their territory must be well armed and hire a band of robbers to protect them against their Fellow-robbers
Cain - For this crime he was expelled from Eden, and henceforth led the life of an exile, bearing upon him some mark which God had set upon him in answer to his own cry for mercy, so that thereby he might be protected from the wrath of his Fellow-men; or it may be that God only gave him some sign to assure him that he would not be slain (Genesis 4:15 )
Ampliatus - Such friends, however, are referred to as ‘beloved child’ (Timothy, 1 Corinthians 4:17), ‘beloved brother’ (Tychicus, Ephesians 6:21), ‘beloved Fellow-servant’ (Epaphras, Colossians 1:7), etc
Religion - Religion, as distinct from theology, is godliness or real piety in practice, consisting in the performance of all known duties to God and our Fellow men, in obedience to divine command, or from love to God and his law
Barnabas - He was a beloved Fellow-laborer with Paul, somewhat as Melancthon was with Luther, and a true "son of consolation" to the church
Judge - ...
Disputes may sometimes arise in the church, but Christians should not take Fellow believers before civil judges to settle their disagreements. Such matters should be settled by spiritual people within the Fellowship
Do - ...
A jest with a sad brow will do with a Fellow who never had the ache in his shoulders. ...
I can do nothing with this obstinate Fellow
Lion - When I hear or see some awful effects of his devices, on the minds of my Fellow creatures and Fellow sinners; oh! how powerfully doth it teach me the blessed consequences of distinguishing grace! Doth he work his devilish purposes on others, and am I preserved from his snare? Doth he accomplish their destruction, and do I escape? Reader! think of this precious subject! How doth it exalt my Lord in the consciousness of preserving grace! And how doth it tend to humble my soul!'...
Occupation (2) - And however far removed our Lord might be in later life from quondam Fellow-craftsmen, this technical education kept Him in touch with His industrial compatriots. He reprobated the Pharisee who thanked God for his superiority to other men; and justified the Publican who was a butt for his Fellow-worshipper’s sneers (Luke 18:10 ff
Raca - It was replaced by ‘Raca’ in 1638, and explained ‘that is, Vain Fellow, 2 Samuel 6:20,’ by one of the marginal notes added to the Authorized Version at various times, chiefly in 1762 (see the Introduction to Scrivener’s Paragraph Bible, p. ” ’ A king’s daughter was married to a certain dirty Fellow. 174) he suggested at last a more probable solution, that the word in Greek assumed its form through assimilation to Greek ῥάκος, ‘lump’ = rag (a tattered piece of cloth, and then used of a shabby, beggarly Fellow)
pe'Ter - Peter did not live, as a mere laboring man, in a hut by the seaside, but first at Bethsaida, and afterward in a house at Capernaum belonging to himself or his mother-in-law, which must have been rather a large one, since he received in it not only our Lord and his Fellow disciples, but multitudes who were attracted by the miracles and preaching of Jesus. He and his Fellow disciples looked henceforth upon our Lord as their teacher, but were not commanded to follow him as regular disciples. The special designation of Peter and his eleven Fellow disciples took place some time afterward, when they were set apart as our Lord's immediate attendants
Humanity, Humankind - They have a God-given authority over the material world in which they live (Genesis 1:26; Psalms 8:3-8) and a God-given capacity for Fellowship with the unseen, sovereign, eternal God (Acts 17:26-27). God intended people to live in harmony with their Creator, their Fellow human beings and their physical environment, and to have peace within themselves. ...
God took human form in the person of Jesus Christ, who lived the human life perfectly and finally died to bear sin’s punishment on behalf of his Fellow human beings (Romans 8:3; Hebrews 4:15). Human beings can enjoy what God intended for them from the beginning – harmony with their Creator, their Fellow human beings and their physical environment, along with peace within themselves
Death: Differently Viewed by Different Characters - When it comes to that, how shall you feel? Are you a stranger, or a convict, or are you going home? Can you say,' I know whom I have believed'? Have you a Friend within the veil? And however much you may enjoy the voyage, and however much you may like your Fellow passengers, does your heart sometimes leap up at the prospect of seeing Jesus as he is, and so being ever with the Lord?–James Hamilton, D
Tychicus - In the same way in the Epistle to the Colossians (Colossians 4:7) he is described as ‘a beloved brother and faithful minister and Fellow-servant,’ and the same duty is committed to him of telling the Colossians of the Apostle’s condition and comforting their hearts
Scoffer: Silenced - At length the infidel walked up to him, and rudely slapping him on the shoulder, said, 'Old Fellow, what do you think of these things?' He calmly pointed out of the door, and said, 'Do you see that beautiful landscape spread out in such quiet loveliness before you?' 'Yes
Rome - The Mamertine prison where legend makes Peter and Paul to have been Fellow prisoners for nine months is still under the church of Giuseppe dei Falegnani ; but see 2 Timothy 4:11
Matthew - ” Thus he was hated by his Fellow Jews
Euodia - The Synzygus (Authorized Version ‘true yoke-fellow,’ but probably a proper name), whom the Apostle exhorts to help the women towards reconciliation and who is reminded of their previous assistance to the Apostle, may have been the husband of one or other of the women (see Synzygus)
Clement - Fellow labourer with Paul at Philippi
Fructuosus (1), m., Bishop of Tarragona - The Acta of his martyrdom and of his two deacons and Fellow-sufferers, Eulogius and Augurius, are the most ancient Spanish Acta, and marked by a realistic simplicity which contrasts very favourably with many of the Acta of Diocletian's persecution
Hesychius (3), Egyptian bp - This Hesychian recension is mentioned more than once by Jerome, who states that it was generally accepted in Egypt, as that of his Fellow-martyr, Lucian of Antioch, was in Asia Minor and the East (Hieron
Alexander, Bishop of Jerusalem - of Jerusalem, was an early friend and Fellow scholar of Origen at Alexandria, where they studied together under Pantaenus and Clemens Alex
Leper - The leper was excluded from the tabernacle and the camp, and when he was healed his restoration to social intercourse with his Fellow-men was twofold; performed both in the camp and in the tabernacle
Hanani'ah - 595, Hananiah withstood Jeremiah the prophet, and publicly prophesied in the temple that within two years Jeconiah and all his Fellow captives with the vessels of the Lord's house, should be brought back to Jerusalem
Naz'Areth - There is one very remarkable precipice, almost perpendicular and forty or fifty near the Maronite church, which may well be supposed to be the identical one over which his infuriated Fellow townsmen attempted to hurl Jesus
Handle - 1: ψηλαφάω (Strong's #5584 — Verb — pselaphao — psay-laf-ah'-o ) "to feel, touch, handle," is rendered by the latter verb in Luke 24:39 , in the Lord's invitation to the disciples to accept the evidence of His resurrection in His being bodily in their midst; in 1 John 1:1 , in the Apostle's testimony (against the gnostic error that Christ had been merely a phantom) that he and his Fellow Apostles had handled Him
Deacon - The exclusion of those who are “doubletongued” (1 Timothy 3:8 ) may be evidence that the work of the deacons brought them into close contact with the everyday lives of the church members, as would occur in visiting the sick and ministering to the other physical needs of Fellow Christians. They cared for needy Fellow believers, visited the sick, and were especially charged with assisting in the baptism of women converts
Reward - ...
If Christians look for their reward in the form of praise from Fellow believers, they will miss out on the eternal reward from God (Matthew 6:1; Matthew 6:5; 1 Corinthians 4:5)
Idleness - The time which should be sacred to Jehovah is lost; and thus he enjoys no Fellowship with God, nor any way devotes himself to his praise. He lives not to the world, nor for the benefit of his Fellow-creatures around him
Thieves - The two crucified with Jesus were probably such: the taunt of the one, "if Thou be Christ, save Thyself and us," implies sympathy with the Jews' fanatical zeal for national and individual deliverance from Roman rule: they probably were among Barabbas' Fellow insurgents, and were doomed to die with him; but he was released, and they were left to their fate. ...
When his Fellow reviled Jesus he rebuked the reviler (which makes probable the explanation from Hebrew idiom above, that he himself had not reviled Jesus), "dost thou not fear God, seeing thou art in the same condemnation (surely such a terrible penalty from God should lead thee to fear Him: see Isaiah 9:13; Revelation 16:10-11; 2 Chronicles 28:22; Jeremiah 5:3); and we indeed justly (he justifies God in His dealings however penal, the sure mark of repentance, accepting the punishment of iniquity: Psalms 51:4; Leviticus 26:41), for we receive the due reward of our deeds (confession of sin: 1 John 1:9); but this Man hath done nothing amiss" (acknowledgment of Jesus as the Holy One of God: Romans 10:9; Hebrews 7:26; 1 Peter 2:22-24)
Abercius, Bishop of Hierapolis - Further, in the extracts mention is made by the writer of one Zoticus of Otrous, his "fellow-presbyter," and Otrous was in the neighbourhood of this Hieropolis (for the identification, see further Lightfoot and Zahn, u. the sacred writings, the Sacraments of Holy Baptism and Holy Communion, the miraculous birth of our Lord (the most probable reference of παρθένος ἁγνή ), His omnipresent and omniscient energy, the Fellowship of the members of the church, not only in Rome but elsewhere—all these (together with the mixed cup, wine and water; the prayer for the departed; the symbolic ΙΧΘΥΣ, one of its earliest instances) have a place in the picture of early Christian usage and belief gained from this one epitaph; however widely Abercius travelled, to the far East or West, the same picture, he assures us, met his gaze. And I saw the plain of Syria and all its cities, even Nisibis, having crossed the Euphrates, and everywhere I had Fellow-worshippers (συνομήθεις, so Lightfoot and Ramsay; συνοδίτην , Zahn, referring to Paul). who is also an anti-Montanist, so Ramsay; Lightfoot and Farrar simply 'fellow Christian') pray for him ( i
Julianus Eclanensis, Bishop of Eclana - of Thessalonica (410–431), on his own behalf and that of 18 Fellow-recusants. § 7), which he addressed to a Fellow-recusant named Turbantius, whose prayers he earnestly asks that the church may be delivered from the defilement of Manicheism ( ib. ...
When driven from the West, Julian and some of his Fellow-exiles went into Cilicia and remained for a time with Theodorus, bp. Meanwhile the rejoinder of Augustine had reached Julian, who answered it in 8 books, addressed to Florus, a Fellow-recusant (Co
the Labourer With the Evil Eye - All his misery came from this, that his Fellow-servant was so much overpaid. " Now, who is your Goethe? Who is your Fellow-labourer in your special line of life? "Potter envies potter," says Aristotle. '...
Envy so parched my blood, that had I seenA Fellow man made joyous, thou hadst mark'dA livid paleness overspread my cheek. "Willoughby is me!" "No, my dear Fellow," said the great writer, "Willoughby is all of us. There are many in that vineyard who say with Peter-What shall we have, therefore? But they are few who work at all hours of the day, and still receive their wages at night with pain and shame, and say to themselves that they are the most unprofitable of all their Fellow-servants
Areopagus - dwelleth not in temples made with hands"; and again in the midst of the exquisitely chiseled statues in front, crowning the Acropolis, Minerva in bronze as the armed champion of Athens, and on every side a succession of lesser images, to reason, "Forasmuch as we are the offspring of God" (which he confirms by quoting his Fellow countryman Aratus' poem, 'We are His offspring'), we ought not to think that the Godhead is like gold, or silver, or stone, graven by art or man's device
Samson - ...
Samson had to fight his battles against the Philistines virtually unaided by his Fellow Israelites
Block - ) A blockhead; a stupid Fellow; a dolt
Ittai - return and take back thy brethren," implying that Ittai as a Philistine general brought with him a body of his Fellow countrymen
Work - The dignity of his vocation is expressed in the highest terms when he is named a ‘fellow-worker with God’ (1 Corinthians 3:9, 2 Corinthians 6:1; cf
Inwards, Inward Parts - In the NT the expression is used only to denote the power of the hypocrites to deceive their Fellow-men ( Luke 11:39 ; cf
Sifting - Peter and his Fellow-disciples Raca - A Syriac word, signifying somewhat very opprobious, such as sorry Fellow, villain, and the like; so that it is a term of the utmost contempt, and seldom used unless accompanied with spitting
Covenant - man's covenant with his Fellow, or nation with nation, in which the terms are mutually considered and agreed to: it is then ratified by an oath, or by some token, before witnesses
Abomination of Desolation - They had taken possession of the temple, and having made a profane country Fellow, Phannias, their high priest, they made a mock of the sacred rites of the law
Judas - Being one of the twelve apostles of our Lord, Judas seems to have possessed the full confidence of his Fellow apostles, and was entrusted by them with all the presents which were made them, and all their means of subsistence; and when the twelve were sent out to preach and to work miracles, Judas appears to have been among them, and to have received the same powers
Titus, Bishop of Bostra - The pagan inhabitants made the authoritative revival of their cult by Julian the signal for organized attacks on their Christian Fellow-citizens
Ephesians, Theology of - Thus, the Gentile disciples are Fellow citizens with the Jewish disciples and members together with them of the household of God (v. ...
The use of compounds in this way occurs again in 3:6, where Paul says that the Gentiles are Fellow heirs (sunkleronoma)fellow members of the body (sussoma) and Fellow partakers ( summetocha ) of the promise in Christ Jesus through the gospel. " The result is that the Gentiles are now "fellow citizens with God's people, " the Jews. " Further, the mystery in 1:9, which Paul says was made known to "us" (Jews), is identified in 3:3-5 as a revelation to God's people (Jews), that the Gentiles were to be Fellow participants in God's eternal purpose
Friend, Friendship - The terms used most include philos [3], "friend, " and adelphos [7] / adelphe [8], "brother/sister, " the last of which becomes a technical term for a Fellow believer. ...
At the lowest level a friend is simply an associate or "the other Fellow" (Judges 7:13 ; Romans 15:2 ; James 4:12 ). When John refers to Fellow believers simply as "the friends" (3 John 15 ), he implies the loyalty and affection for one another that spring from loyalty and love for God
Elder, Eldest - ...
A — 2: συμπρεσβύτερος (Strong's #4850 — Noun Masculine — sumpresbuteros — soom-pres-boo'-ter-os ) "a Fellow-elder" (sun, "with"), is used in 1 Peter 5:1
Charity - "Charity, " says an able writer, "consists not in speculative ideas of general benevolence floating in the head, and leaving the heart, as speculations often do, untouched and cold: neither is it confined to that indolent good nature which makes us rest satisfied with being free from inveterate malice, or ill will to our Fellow creatures, without prompting us to be of service to any
Persecution - And as Paul warned, they met opposition from their Fellow citizens (Acts 14:22; 1 Thessalonians 1:6; 1 Thessalonians 2:13-16)
Confession - Confession also may be considered as a relative duty, or the acknowledgment of any offence we have been guilty of against a Fellow-creature
Sin Unto Death - In this setting, the community is commanded to intercede for Fellow believers who occasionally sin, but it is not commanded to pray for the deadly sins of those outside the community
Lawlessness - So there is a paradox, the solution of which lies in the recapitulation of the entire Law as consisting in the love of God and the love of one’s Fellow-man
Stranger - Interest front a Fellow citizen was forbidden, but from a stranger was allowed, subject to strict regard to equity
Fable - It represents man's relations to his Fellow man; but the PARABLE rises higher, it represents the relations between man and God
Assembly - In Acts 19:32; Acts 19:39; Acts 19:41 ‘assembly’ (ἐκκλησία) stands for the tumultuary mob gathered by Demetrius and his Fellow-gildsmen in Ephesus to protest against the teaching of St. -James, writing ‘to the twelve tribes scattered abroad,’ uses the old familiar word ‘synagogue,’ which had become hallowed in the ears of the Dispersion by associations of worship and Fellowship. ’ Students of Dante will compare the corresponding passage in the Convivio: ‘And, as his Fellow-citizens come forth to meet him who returns from a long journey, even before he enters the gate of his city; so to the noble soul come forth the citizens of the eternal life
Quartus - simply ‘fellow-Christians,’ members of the one great spiritual family of which God is Father and Jesus Christ the Elder Brother, ‘the firstborn among many brethren’ (Acts 8:29)
Bag - An Israelite traveler whose bag of provisions was empty could eat from a Fellow Israelite's vineyard, but was not permitted to fill his bag for the rest of the journey (Deuteronomy 23:24 )
Banking - ...
Old Testament The law protected the poor by forbidding a Jew to charge interest to a Fellow Jew (Exodus 22:25 ; Leviticus 25:35:38 ; Deuteronomy 23:19-20 ; compare Psalm 15:5 ; Proverbs 28:8 ; Ezekiel 18:8 ,Ezekiel 18:8,18:13 ; Ezekiel 22:12 )
Year of Jubilee - (3) Every Israelite who had sold himself—either to his Fellow countryman or to a foreigner settled in the land—because of poverty and remained unredeemed was to be freed along with his children (Leviticus 25:39-46 )
Guilt - The Bible is alive to the psychological effects of guilt, as can be seen, for instance, in characters like Jephthah and David: Jephthah in his horrifying violence against Fellow Israelites after his daughter's death, and David in his supine attitude toward the sins of his sons
Epaenetus - Epaenetus, as the senior Christian, had a position of responsibility; and that he was actually a leader would appear from his place in these salutations-second only to ‘Prisca and Aquila my Fellow-workers’ (Romans 16:3)
Sin Offering - ) The trespass offering was a forfeit for the violated rights of others, whether of Jehovah as head of the nation or of a Fellow man
Mark - ) Preeminence; high position; as, particians of mark; a Fellow of no mark
Banking - ...
Old Testament The law protected the poor by forbidding a Jew to charge interest to a Fellow Jew (Exodus 22:25 ; Leviticus 25:35:38 ; Deuteronomy 23:19-20 ; compare Psalm 15:5 ; Proverbs 28:8 ; Ezekiel 18:8 ,Ezekiel 18:8,18:13 ; Ezekiel 22:12 )
Worthy, Worthily - ...
C — 1: ἀξίως (Strong's #516 — Adverb — axios — ax-ee'-oce ) "worthily," so translated in the RV [1], for AV, "worthy" and other renderings, (a) "worthily of God," 1 Thessalonians 2:12 , of the Christian walk as it should be; 3 John 1:6 , RV , of assisting servants of God in a way which reflects God's character and thoughts; (b) "worthily of the Lord," Colossians 1:10 ; of the calling of believers, Ephesians 4:1 , in regard to their "walk" or manner of life; (c) "worthy of the gospel of Christ," Philippians 1:27 , of a manner of life in accordance with what the gospel declares; (d) "worthily of the saints," RV, of receiving a Fellow believer, Romans 16:2 , in such a manner as befits those who bear the name of "saints
Justina, Empress - His mission was successful, at any rate for a time; but the ungrateful Justina assailed him at Easter 385 with the object of obtaining a church at Milan for the use of her Fellow-Arians
Platter - Paul on one occasion remonstrated with his Fellow-Apostle Peter for complying with it to the detriment of the gospel, and added, in language of personal compliment while condemning the dissimulation, that even Barnabas was carried away with it (Galatians 2:13 Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 )
Vitalius - Jealousy of his Fellow-presbyter Flavian caused a breach between him and his bishop, deprived of whose guidance Vitalius fell under the influence of Apollinaris and embraced his theological system
Humanity - The most basic characteristics of Jesus' life were His dependence upon and devotion to His Father and His loving servanthood toward His Fellow humans. This suggests that the essence of being human consists in a three-fold relationship: towards God as Lord, towards other humans as Fellow servants, and towards creation as entrusted to our care
Slave - If a male slave had obtained a wife from among his Fellow slaves, she was not automatically released with him. ...
Israelites were not to take Fellow Israelites as slaves in payment for debts, and were to buy back any of their relatives who had sold themselves to foreigners in payment for debts (Leviticus 25:39-41; Leviticus 25:47-49)
Jews in the New Testament - After his dramatic conversion on the road to Damascus, his Fellow Jews sought to kill him (Acts 9:23 ). In spite of his grief that most of his Fellow Jews did not accept his message, Paul did not teach that God had abandoned the Jews but believed that God still has a plan for them (Romans 9-11 )
Inheritance - Through Christ Christians can be heirs of God and “fellow heirs” with Christ (Romans 8:17 ; compare Ephesians 3:6 )
Equality - The disciple must not lord it over his Fellow-disciples wantonly and arrogantly (Matthew 24:48 ff. We are servants of one Master, and so Fellows; but in this service there are various offices and diverse stations
Body of Christ - Paul also taught that the Gentiles are “fellowheirs” in the same body (Ephesians 3:6 ) with the Jews. All of this among Fellow members (Ephesians 4:25 ) is to be put away by being kind, tenderhearted, and forgiving to one another
Salamis - 117), the Jews of Salamis, grown numerous and wealthy, rose and massacred their Fellow-citizens, and the once populous city became almost a desert
Herodians - Yet, such is man's perversity, they had the impudence soon after at Jesus' trial before Pilate to say, "We found this Fellow perverting the nation, and forbidding to give tribute to Caesar, saying that He Himself is Christ a king" (Luke 23:2)
Armour - Paul and his Fellow-labourers commended themselves as God's ministers by the "armour, or arms, of righteousness on the right hand and on the left
Flat - ) A dull Fellow; a simpleton; a numskull
Air - 25) speaking of the devil having fallen from heaven and wandering about ‘our lower atmosphere,’ ‘there bearing rule over his Fellow-spirits …,’ ‘while the Lord came to cast down the devil, and clear the air and prepare the way for us up into heaven
Only Begotten - The Apostle's object is to demonstrate what sort of glory it was that he and his Fellow Apostles had seen
Account - In 2 Corinthians 3:5 the Apostle uses it in repudiation of idea that he and Fellow-servants of God are so self-sufficient as to "account anything" (RV) as from themselves (AV, "think"), i
Approve, Approved - ...
In 1 Thessalonians 2:4 , the Apostle and his Fellow-missionaries were "approved of God to be entrusted with the Gospel" (not "allowed," AV)
Low - In a mean condition in composition as a low-born Fellow a low-born lass
Mark, - 61-63, and he Is acknowledged by him as one of his few Fellow laborers who had been a "comfort" to him during the weary hours of his imprisonment
Pammachius, a Roman Senator - He was a Fellow-student of Jerome at Rome ( Ep
John, the Letters of - ” These “opponents” of the elder's group are charged with not following the command to love one's Fellow Christians. The elder apparently wanted to be sure that the sister church would continue in Fellowship with his church. Personal Conclusion (12-13)...
Third John is a personal letter from the elder to Gaius, who had been providing hospitality to Fellow Christians and messengers from the elder's community. The letter closes with greetings from Fellow Christians, who are called “the friends” (3 John 1:14 ; see John 3:29 ; John 11:11 ; John 15:13-15 )
Romans, Letter to the - But they had now returned, and there were many Jews in the Roman church alongside their Gentile Fellow citizens. One expression of love is to be considerate of Fellow believers who have differing opinions on matters of lesser importance (14:1-15:13). At the same time he stresses that he wants the Gentile Christians to show Fellowship towards Jewish Christians (15:14-33)
Timothy, Letters to - They show the warm personal relationship that Paul had with his Fellow workers. Various friends and Fellow workers had gone to different places in the service of God, though Demas, who had been faithful to him during his previous imprisonment, had now left him for no good reason (2 Timothy 4:10; 2 Timothy 4:12; cf
Good - It is well known, that Sir Roger had been a good Fellow in his youth. You are a good Fellow
Jericho - Here, the unfeeling act of passing by a Fellow creature in distress, as the priest and Levite are said to have done, strikes one with horror, as an act almost more than inhuman. And here, too, the compassion of the good Samaritan is doubly virtuous, from the purity of the motive which must have led to it, in a spot where no eyes were fixed on him to draw forth the performance of any duty, and from the bravery which was necessary to admit of a man's exposing himself, by such delay, to the risk of a similar fate to that from which he was endeavouring to rescue his Fellow creature
Daniel - When jealous Fellow administrators laid a trap that they thought would force Daniel either to deny his God or be put to death, Daniel refused to deny his God and God saved him from death (Daniel 6:5; Daniel 6:23). Daniel, now an old man but a leading official in the Persian administration, was the victim of a plot by jealous Fellow officials
Synzygus - (Σύνζυγος, erroneously in Textus Receptus σύζυγος, from συνζεύγνυμι, ‘fasten or yoke together’-‘yokefellow,’ ‘comrade,’ ‘consort,’ ‘partner,’ ‘colleague’)...
In the Epistle to the Philippians (4:3) the apostle Paul refers to a dispute that had arisen between two female members of the Church, Euodia and Syntyche, and entreats one whom he describes as Synzygus (Authorized Version ‘true yokefellow’) to assist the women to come to a reconciliation. The meaning would thus be: ‘I beseech thee, Synzygus, truly so named, a Fellow-helper in very deed. ...
The other view, that the word means ‘yokefellow,’ as in classical Greek, is far less probable and at once raises the question as to which of the Apostle’s companions is to be understood by the term. Others have suggested that Barnabas, Silas, Timothy, or Luke is to be thought of as the ‘true yokefellow. 358) says definitely: ‘Luke is either the “true yokefellow” addressed in Philippians 4:3, or was actually the bearer of the letter to Philippi
Belshazzar - To mark the inseparable connection of sin and punishment, "the same hour" that witnessed his impious insult to Jehovah witnessed the mysterious hand of the unseen One writing his doom in full view of his Fellow transgressors on the same palace wall which had been covered with cuneiform inscriptions glorifying those Babylonian kings
Tent, Tent-Making - Paul and his Fellow-craftsmen made neither the web nor the complete tent, but curtains of several webs’ width, which, when hung, formed tents (Hastings’ Single-vol
Account - ]'>[1] ) of Ephesus warns his Fellow-citizens of the difficulty of giving ‘account (λόγος) of this concourse’; and in Philippians 4:17 ‘the fruit that increaseth to your account
Reconciliation - They are no longer foreigners and aliens but Fellow citizens with God and members of the same household (Ephesians 2:11-22 )
Sosthenes - Paul in Ephesus is explicable on two grounds: (a) his presence in Corinth as a Christian might irritate the Jews and make Christian work harder; (b) his social position and ability would probably mark him out as a suitable Fellow-worker with St
Affection - Now, in order to ascertain whether our affections are excited in a spiritual manner, we must enquire whether that which moves our affections be truly spiritual, whether our consciences be alarmed, and our hearts impressed; whether the judgment be enlightened, and we have a perception of the moral excellency of divine things; and lastly, whether our affections have a holy tendency and produce the happy effects of obedience to God, humility in ourselves, and justice to our Fellow creatures
Jack - ) An impertinent or silly Fellow; a simpleton; a boor; a clown; also, a servant; a rustic
Dispensation, - In the post-diluvian world government of man by his Fellow was established by God, while a knowledge of God, as a God who judged evil, was spread abroad by the descendants of Noah; traditions of the Flood being found all over the earth
Philip - He was a Fellow-townsman of Andrew and Peter ( John 1:44 ), and seems to have had a special friendship with the former ( John 6:8 ; John 12:21-22 )
ma'gi - " It is with such men that, we have to think of Daniel and his Fellow exiles as associated
Fellowship - According to its basic biblical meaning, Fellowship is concerned not with people enjoying each other’s company, but with people participating together in something. Fellowship is communion – having a share in something. ...
Fellowship ‘with’ means sharing ‘in’...
An example of the biblical meaning of Fellowship is the Lord’s Supper, or Holy Communion. The act of believers in eating bread and drinking wine in the Lord’s Supper is an act of Fellowship with Christ, for it is a spiritual sharing in his body and blood. By being united with Christ, believers share in him, have Fellowship with him (1 Corinthians 1:9; Hebrews 3:14). Likewise they have Fellowship with the Father (1 John 1:3) and with the Holy Spirit (2 Corinthians 13:14; Philippians 1:21; Hebrews 6:4), for through faith in Christ they have become sharers in the divine nature (2 Peter 1:4). ...
In all these cases the Fellowship may involve only the individual believer and God. The believer has Fellowship with God, regardless of whether joined by Fellow believers. If others join, however, they collectively have Fellowship with God. Therefore, when the Bible speaks of Christians having Fellowship together, it means that together they have Fellowship with God, not that they enjoy being with each other (1 John 1:3). But by having Fellowship together with God, they will indeed be joined together in a true and happy union (John 17:21-22; 1 Corinthians 10:16-17). ...
Sin spoils the believer’s Fellowship with God. Those who think they can sin as they please and still have Fellowship with God are deceiving themselves. By contrast those who live righteously will enjoy unbroken Fellowship with God, because God in his grace cleanses the sins that they unknowingly commit (1 John 1:6-7). ...
Fellowship with Christ means not only sharing in the blessings that come through his sacrificial death, but also sharing in the sufferings that he endured (Philippians 3:10; 1 Peter 4:12-14; Revelation 1:9). But if people have Fellowship with him in his sufferings, they will also have Fellowship with him in his glory (2 Timothy 2:11-12; 1 Peter 5:1). ...
Sharing in a common possession...
As Christians jointly participate in Christ, so this Fellowship binds them together (Acts 2:42). There is therefore a sense in which they have Fellowship with one another, but again this Fellowship is usually in someone or something that they have as a common possession (Philippians 1:7; Hebrews 3:14; 2 Peter 1:4). Their Fellowship is a joint sharing in a common faith (Titus 1:4), in a common salvation (Judges 1:3) and even in their common sufferings (2 Corinthians 1:7; Revelation 1:9). From this latter example ‘fellowship’ developed the more specialized meaning of ‘financial contribution’ (cf. ...
There are certain things that Christians are not to have Fellowship with, not to share in, not to participate in
Disciple - ...
This practical love extends beyond the group of Fellow disciples to all people everywhere (Matthew 5:44-46)
Maximus of Ephesus - But when Aedesius, compelled by increasing infirmity, resigned Julian to the tuition of his two followers, Chrysanthius and Eusebius, Julian began to be struck with the terms in which these two spoke of their old Fellow-pupil Maximus
Heir Heritage Inheritance - , where Isaac and Jacob are Fellow-heirs (συγκληρονόμοι) with Abraham; and Hebrews 12:17, where Esau failed to inherit the blessing. By adoption we were made Fellow-heirs with Christ (Romans 8:17), and a heritage (Ephesians 1:11). Gentiles are follow-heirs with Jews (Ephesians 3:6, Acts 26:18); and Christians are Fellow-heirs together of the grace of life (1 Peter 3:7)-e. husbands and wives are Fellow-heirs because they are Christians
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A — 3: ἁγιότης (Strong's #41 — Noun Feminine — hagiotes — hag-ee-ot'-ace ) "sanctity," the abstract quality of "holiness," is used (a) of God, Hebrews 12:10 ; (b) of the manifestation of it in the conduct of the Apostle Paul and his Fellow-laborers, 2 Corinthians 1:12 (in the best mss. ...
This sainthood is not an attainment, it is a state into which God in grace calls men; yet believers are called to sanctify themselves (consistently with their calling, 2 Timothy 1:9 ), cleansing themselves from all defilement, forsaking sin, living a "holy" manner of life, 1 Peter 1:15 ; 2 Peter 3:11 , and experiencing Fellowship with God in His holiness. , pure from evil conduct, and observant of God's will, is used in 1 Thessalonians 2:10 , of the conduct of the Apostle and his Fellow-missionaries
Base - Hence: Low-minded; unworthy; without dignity of sentiment; ignoble; mean; illiberal; menial; as, a base Fellow; base motives; base occupations
Thom'as - Thomas said to his Fellow disciples, "Let us also go, that we may die with him
Servant - ...
A — 7: σύνδουλος (Strong's #4889 — Noun Masculine — sundoulos — soon'-doo-los ) "a Fellow servant," is used (a) of natural conditions, Matthew 18:28,29,31,33 ; 24:49 ; (b) of "servants" of the same Divine Lord, Colossians 1:7 ; 4:7 ; Revelation 6:11 ; of angels, Revelation 19:10 ; 22:9
Strife - ’ He pleaded with his Fellow-workers (e. To strive for the incorruptible crown (1 Corinthians 9:25); to labour and strive as a servant of God, cheered by a sense of His own mighty working in us (Colossians 1:29); to invite others to strive with us in their prayers (Romans 15:30); and, again, to strive for Christ’s sake in the spirit of a soldier or an athlete, and to do it lawfully (2 Timothy 2:5); to strive, in spiritual Fellowship with others, for the faith of the gospel (Philippians 1:27)-all this seems to the Apostle to be of the very essence of the Christian life
Titus - It may be reasonably assumed that historical material lies embedded in this letter; and, if so, Titus continued to be Paul’s ‘partner and Fellow-helper’ (2 Corinthians 8:23) until the end of his life, and retained his confidence as one who was able to carry out difficult tasks to the Apostle’s liking (Titus 1:5)
Blasphemy - ...
There is only one kind of blasphemy that Christians must resist: the blasphemy they will bring on themselves if they cause a Fellow believer to stumble through the thoughtless exercise of their freedom (Romans 14:15-16 ; 1 Corinthians 10:28-30 )
Purgatory - ...
And this is what he is taught concerning purgatory, which, though he know not where it is, of what nature the pains are, or how long each soul is detained there, yet he believes that those who are in this place are relieved by the prayers of their Fellow-members here on earth, as also by alms and masses offered up to God for their souls
Levites - Clement of Alexandria wrote that Jesus, ‘on His interlocutor inquiring, “Who is my neighbour?” did not, in the same way with the Jews, specify the blood-relation, or the Fellow-citizen, or the proselyte, or him that had been similarly circumcised, or the man who uses one and the same law
Judas - Judas maintained a fair character among his Fellow-apostles, and was entrusted with the custody of their money, John 12:6; John 13:29; nor do they seem to have suspected him even when our Lord was distinctly warning them that one of their number would betray him
Forgiveness - ' Both words are applied to the forgiveness granted by God, as well as that between man and his Fellow
Abner - " But Joab, instead of waiting for his being delivered up with the legal formalities to the authorized penalty (if he were really guilty, which he was not), as an assassin, stabbed him as a worthless Fellow (1 Kings 2:5)
Asiarch - Their election by their Fellow-citizens to this honorary position was rewarded by games and gladiatorial shows
Evagrius Ponticus, Anchoret And Writer - Palladius gives several anecdotes illustrative of the height of ascetic virtue attained by Evagrius and his Fellow-hermits
Nebuchadnezzar, or Nebuchadrezzar - Nebuchadnezzar had selected him, and some of his Fellow captives, to fill honourable positions in the state
Purgatory - And this is what he is taught concerning purgatory; though he know not where it is, of what nature the pains are, or how long each soul is detained there, yet he believes that those who are in this place are relieved by the prayers of their Fellow members here on earth, as also by alms and masses offered up to God for their souls
Bless - In the third place men are said to bless their Fellow creatures
Onesimus - Epaphras of Colossae, the Apostle’s Fellow-worker in Rome (Colossians 4:12), may have been the medium of introduction
Meek, Meekness - " In its use in Scripture, in which it has a fuller, deeper significance than in nonscriptural Greek writings, it consists not in a person's "outward behaviour only; nor yet in his relations to his Fellow-men; as little in his mere natural disposition
Day of Atonement - ...
Before offering a sacrifice on behalf of others, the high priest had to offer a sacrifice for himself and his Fellow priests
Philippians Epistle to the - ...
It is possible that the letter was written by Epaphroditus (that Epaphroditus is mentioned in the 3rd person is no absolute objection to this) if the phrase ‘true yokefellow’ (γνήσιε σύνζυγε, Philippians 4:3) is to be taken as an appellative. Paul with a monetary gift (Philippians 4:18), and his experience is described in the letter: ‘I think it needful to send to you Epaphroditus, my brother, Fellow-worker and Fellow-soldier, your messenger and minister of my need. A certain person (Synzygus) is asked to help in their reconciliation: ‘I would request you (ἐρωτῶ), genuine Synzygus (or yoke-fellow), help those women, inasmuch as they laboured with me in the gospel and with Clement and other Fellow-labourers of mine whose names are in the book of life’ (Philippians 4:2-4). Some take the writer to mean that Clement and his Fellows should help in settling this difference (Lightfoot, Zahn); others-and this seems the only feasible view-that the women laboured with the apostles and with Clement. ...
He cannot otherwise regard them-his affections being witness-for, indeed, they are Fellow-participators with him in grace because thus they have shown their identity with him both in his chains and in his defence and confirmation of the gospel
Theophilus (2) - Furthermore, if there is no other instance of one Christian hailing another by a secular title in the NT, on the other hand there is no case of a Christian writing for the benefit of any save Fellow-Christians. For this there is no evidence whatsoever, and we have already seen that there was no necessary incongruity in applying such a title of honour, pagan though it was, to a Fellow-Christian
Body - Thus “flesh (and bone)” designates kinship (Genesis 2:23 ; Genesis 29:14 ; Genesis 37:27 ; Leviticus 18:6 ) and Fellow human beings in general (Isaiah 40:5-6 ). In the body the person lives out the “I” of human existence, relating to God and to Fellow humans
Faithfulness - ...
This Divine faithfulness was made by the apostles the ground of forgiveness and cleansing to those who confessed their sins (1 John 1:9), of deliverance in temptation from the power of evil (1 Corinthians 6:13, 2 Thessalonians 3:3), and of confidence in the final salvation of those who were called into the Fellowship of Jesus Christ (1 Corinthians 1:9, 1 Thessalonians 5:24). ...
In the apostolic life faithfulness to friends, and especially to the se who were Fellow-workers, was greatly prized. Paul speaks in the Epistle to the Colossians of Tychicus his messenger as ‘the beloved brother and faithful minister and Fellow-servant in the Lord’ (Colossians 4:7), and of Onesimus as ‘the faithful and beloved brother’ (Colossians 4:9), he has before his mind chiefly the fidelity of these two brethren to himself the apostle and prisoner of the Lord, In 2 Tim
Severus, Patriarch of Antioch - At Alexandria his reception by his Fellow-religionists was enthusiastic. A vehement dispute arose between Severus and his Fellow-exile Julian of Halicarnassus as to the corruptibility of our Lord's human body before His resurrection
Charities - Charity to man is the fulfilment of duties over and beyond those of justice to our Fellow creatures, whom we recognize as having the same nature, the same destiny, the same Redeemer as ourselves. Fortunately there have always been individuals profoundly conscious of the misery of their Fellows, who consecrate themselves to the struggle against this misery, and who arouse society to take action
Servant of the Lord - This had some meaning in relation to Israel’s experiences among hostile nations, and considerably more meaning in relation to the godly believers’ experiences among their ungodly Fellow Israelites
Priesthood of the Believer - All of us have the opportunity at some time to be a special channel of blessing and help to a Fellow believer on the journey
Mark (John) - Paul, and was his ‘fellow-worker’ and a ‘comfort’ to him ( Colossians 4:11 , Philippians 1:24 ), and useful to him ‘for ministering’ ( 2 Timothy 4:11 ) this was Mark’s special office, not to be an original organizer but a useful assistant (Swete)
Adam - The words "subdue, " "rule, " "under his feet" (Genesis 1:28 ; Psalm 8:6 ) suggest kingship over nature but not over his Fellow man
Uriah - Eliam son of Ahithophel being one of his Fellow officers (2 Samuel 23:; 2 Samuel 23:39), Uriah naturally became acquainted with Bathsheba (an undesigned coincidence in Scripture confirming its truth) and married her
Vengeance - In the context of loving one's neighbor, human revenge toward Fellow Hebrews was forbidden (Leviticus 19:17-18 ; compare Deuteronomy 32:35 ), but nqm may be used of legitimate punishment for a wrong ( Exodus 21:20 ; compare Exodus 21:23-25 ; Leviticus 24:19 ; Deuteronomy 19:21 )
Deacon - That the work of the deacon and his Fellow-servant the deaconess (wh
Philip the Apostle - Instead of going direct to Jesus, he first tells his Fellow townsman Andrew (a mark of humility and discreet reverence), who had been the first to come to Jesus; then both together tell Jesus
Faithfulness - ” Man may show himself “faithful” in his relations with his Fellow men ( Lucian - " He has no farther accusation to make against them here, except the ease with which they allowed their benevolence toward their Fellow Christians to be abused by impostors, in which there may be much truth, but there is, nevertheless, some exaggeration
Refuge - In order to provide for the security of those who, without design, might happen to kill a person, in whatever manner it should be, the Lord commanded Moses to appoint six cities of refuge, Exodus 21:18 ; Numbers 35:11 , &c, that whoever should undesignedly spill the blood of a Fellow creature, might retire thither, and have time to prepare for his defence before the judges: so that the relatives of the deceased might not pursue and kill him
Mystery - Paul applied in a peculiar sense to the calling of the Gentiles, which he styles "the mystery,"...
Ephesians 3:3-6 ; and "the mystery of Christ, which in other generations was not made known to the sons of men, as it is now revealed to his holy Apostles and prophets by the Spirit, that the Gentiles should be Fellow heirs, and of the same body, and partakers of Christ by the Gospel,"...
Romans 16:25 ; Ephesians 1:9 ; Ephesians 3:9 ; Ephesians 6:19 ; Colossians 1:26-27 ; Colossians 4:3
Add - This less intensive word may have been purposely used there by the Apostle to suggest that he described to his Fellow-apostles the character of his teaching, not to obtain their approval or their advice concerning it, but simply that they might have the facts of the case before them on which they were shortly to adjudicate
Romans, Epistle to the - Nowhere do his earnest and affectionate nature and his tact and delicacy in handling unwelcome topics appear more strongly than when he is dealing with the rejection of his Fellow country men the Jews
Nicopolis - Paul may have visited the island with his Fellow-worker, and left him to labour there, shortly before his final visit to Corinth
Promise - The blessings of the promise are those which Christ brings (‘fellow-partakers of the promise in Christ Jesus through the gospel’ [4])
Jeroboam - The ambitious Jeroboam cleverly used his position to gain a following among his Fellow northerners, in opposition to the southerner Solomon, whose policies he found oppressive
Dositheus (1), Leader of Jewish Sect - The Homilies make Simon and Dositheus Fellow disciples of John the Baptist, to whom in several places the author shews hostility. Recognitions and Homilies agree that Simon after his enrolment among the disciples of Dositheus, by his disparagement among his Fellow-disciples of their master's pretensions, provoked Dositheus to smite him with a staff, which through Simon's magical art passed through his body as if it had been smoke
Bread - So mean and contemptible, in the estimation of the numerous and well-appointed armies of Midian, was Gideon, with his handful of undisciplined militia, that he seems to have been compared to bread of this inferior quality, which may account for the ready interpretation of the dream of the Midianite respecting him: "And when Gideon was come, behold, there was a man that told a dream unto his Fellow, and said, Behold, I dreamed a dream, and lo, a cake of barley bread tumbled into the host of Midian, and came unto a tent and smote it that it fell, and overturned it, that the tent lay along. And his Fellow answered and said, This is nothing else save the sword of Gideon, the son of Joash, a man of Israel; for into his hand hath God delivered Midian, and all the host
Love - As a result of such devoted obedience they will learn more of the meaning of God’s love and so will increasingly experience joyful Fellowship with him (Psalms 116:1-4; John 14:21-23; 1 Corinthians 2:9; 1 Corinthians 8:3; 1 Peter 1:8; 1 John 4:7; 1 John 4:12; 1 John 4:19). Likewise they are deceiving themselves if they claim to love God but do not love their Fellow human beings (Romans 13:10; 1 John 3:10; 1 John 3:17; 1 John 4:8; 1 John 4:20). ...
Christians should exercise this love towards everyone, and in particular towards Fellow Christians (John 13:34; John 15:12-17; Galatians 6:10; 1 Peter 3:8; 1 John 3:16-17)
Lot (1) - ...
The Sodomites' words, "this one Fellow came in to sojourn, and he will needs be a judge" refer evidently to Lot's remonstrances with them which Peter presupposes. If there had been "ten" such "fellows" in Sodom Jehovah would have spared it (Genesis 18:32)
Gibeon - The issue was unexpected; for each of the men slew his Fellow, and thus they all perished
Religion - By natural religion is meant that knowledge, veneration, and love of God, and the practice of those duties to him, our Fellow-creatures, and ourselves, which are discoverable by the right exercise of our rational faculties, from considering the nature and perfections of God, and our relation to him and to one another
Obedience - The law of God in hearts and minds will preclude any sinful Acts against God and Fellow humankind
Trespass - The word further signifies man’s unfaithfulness to his Fellow man; particularly it is illustrative of unfaithfulness in marriage: “If any man’s wife go aside, and commit a trespass against him, And a man lie with her carnally …” ( Luke, Gospel of - ...
On the other hand, it is evident that Luke's presentation of the service of Christ on earth is in correspondence with the service of 'the apostle of the Gentiles,' whose Fellow-labourer and companion Luke was
Titus - Paul in his second apostolical journey, and from that time he seems to have been constantly employed by him in the propagation of the Gospel; he calls him his partner and Fellow-helper, 2 Corinthians 8:23
Breastplate - Paul seems especially to allude to this translation of Urim and Thummim by the Septuagint, when he speaks of himself and his Fellow labourers, "commending themselves to every man's conscience by manifestation of the truth;" in opposition to those who by their errors and compliances with the Jewish prejudices, or with the philosophical taste of the Greeks, obscured the truth, and rendered ambiguous the guidance of Christian doctrine
Jesus Christ - It was the name of the father of Elymas the sorcerer, Acts 13:6 ; and of Justus, a Fellow-laborer and friend of Paul, Colossians 4:11
Honor - 1); (9) as an advantage to be given by believers one to another instead of claiming it for self, Romans 12:10 ; (10) to be given to elders that rule well ("double honor"), 1 Timothy 5:17 (here the meaning may be an honorarium); (11) to be given by servants to their master, 1 Timothy 6:1 ; (12) to be given to wives by husbands, 1 Peter 3:7 ; (13) said of the husband's use of the wife, in contrast to the exercise of the passion of lust, 1 Thessalonians 4:4 (some regard the "vessel" here as the believer's body); (14) of that bestowed upon; parts of the body, 1 Corinthians 12:23,24 ; (15) of that which belongs to the builder of a house in contrast to the house itself, Hebrews 3:3 ; (16) of that which is not enjoyed by a prophet in his own country, John 4:44 ; (17) of that bestowed by the inhabitants of Melita upon Paul and his Fellow-passengers, in gratitude for his benefits of healing, Acts 28:10 ; (18) of the festive honor to be possessed by nations, and brought into the Holy City, the heavenly Jerusalem, Revelation 21:26 (in some mss
Giving - He promises his special care and a lasting reward for those who give generously because they love God and their Fellow human beings (Matthew 6:19-20; 2 Corinthians 9:6-12; Philippians 4:17; Philippians 4:19). ...
Christians likewise are to give to the poor and needy, particularly those within the Fellowship of the church (Luke 6:30; Luke 6:35; Luke 12:33; Acts 11:29; Romans 12:13; Romans 15:26; Galatians 6:10)
Evil - ...
God wanted people to live in a relationship of love with him and with their Fellow human beings; but they could not love if they were not free
Perpetua, Vibia - She and her Fellow-martyrs were baptized after their arrest, possibly before their transference to the public prison (cf
Lamentations - To express this in a form suitable for use by his Fellow countrymen was a relief by affording vent to his own deep sorrow; at the same time it was edifying to them to have an inspired form for giving legitimate expression to theirs. ...
He also indirectly teaches his Fellow countrymen that "searching our ways and turning again to the Lord," instead of complaining against what is the punishment due for sins, is the true way of obtaining deliverance from Him who "doth not afflict willingly the children of men
Vengeance (2) - ‘Enemy’ must be blotted out of the vocabulary of the follower of Christ, at least as a category in which any of his Fellow-men may be included. He even makes God’s forgiveness of a man depend on the man’s forgiveness of his Fellow (Matthew 6:14; Matthew 18:35, Mark 11:25 f. His aim as a religious Teacher, as the Sent of God, was to renew the sin-broken Fellowship between men and God, to make men sons of God; but the indispensable condition of sonship is unity of nature
Duty - ]'>[2] ‘will succour, will do good, for he is born to assist his Fellow, to labour for the welfare of mankind; but he will feel no pity. Am I to refuse either to kill my Fellow-men or to defend my country? Am I to tell a lie, or to become the accomplice, however unwilling, in the murder of my friend?* Titus, Epistle to - The appointment of presbyters was left entirely in the hands of Titus; but while this was so, it is evident that it would he necessary for him to consult the congregations over whom the elders were to be appointed, for he is charged to select only those whose reputation should be ‘blameless’ in the eyes of their Fellow-Christians
Samaritan, the Good - ‘Neighbour’ was defined both by the Law and by the Rabbis as a Fellow-Israelite, ‘a son of thy people,’‡ Struggles of Soul - ...
What struggles of soul must have resulted from the thwarting of His love and grace by the misunderstanding or unbelief of His relatives (Mark 3:31-35), His disciples (Matthew 15:17; Matthew 16:9; Matthew 26:31, Mark 14:27), His Fellow-townsmen (Mark 6:6), and the Jerusalem which He so loved that He wept over it (Luke 13:34; Luke 19:41)! He strove to turn Judas from his betrayal (John 6:70, Matthew 17:22; Matthew 26:23, John 13:27, Luke 22:48), and to save Peter from his denial (Luke 22:32)
Thirst - ), that they who accepted would themselves become sources of blessing and satisfaction to their Fellow-men (ποταμοὶ ἐκ τῆς κοιλίας, κ
Reprobate - It was in this spirit that Ignatius, on the way to martyrdom at Rome, entreated the prayers of his Fellow-Christians so as to be found worthy of the lot he had set before him, that in the end he might not be found ‘rejected’ ἀδόκιμος) (Ignatius, ad Trall
Lost - It was a moral condition full of danger, because they acquiesced in it, and were in some measure content to abide under the shadow of the contempt of their Fellow-men
Despise - , but they described the vast mass of their Fellow-countrymen as “aecursed” for not knowing the Law (John 7:49), and spoke of them as empty cisterns’ (Farrar, in loc
Helladius, Bishop of Tarsus - He wrote to Alexander that, wearied by the struggle and sick at heart at the defection of his Fellow-combatants, he longed to retire to a monastery, and was only restrained by his care for his flock ( ib
Blasphemy - The town-clerk of Ephesus reminds his Fellow-citizens, roused to fury at the bare suspicion of dishonour to Artemis, that St
Fool - Paul describes himself and his Fellow-evangelists in 1 Corinthians 4:10
Salutations - And his Fellow servant fell down at his feet, and besought him, saying, Have patience with me, and I will pay thee all,"...
Matthew 18:26 ; Matthew 18:29
True, Truly, Truth - ...
A — 3: γνήσιος (Strong's #1103 — Adjective — gnesios — gnay'-see-os ) primarily "lawfully begotten" (akin to ginomai, "to become"), hence, "true, genuine, sincere," is used in the Apostle's exhortation to his "true yoke-fellow" in Philippians 4:3
Slave, Slavery - Though the master is here an Amorite, the cases of runaway slaves in Israel bear testimony to their sufferings even at the hands of their Fellow-countrymen; cf. Deuteronomy interprets the Exodus law correctly as a prohibition against stealing a Fellow-countryman
Angels - Our Fellow servants, "sent forth unto ministry for the sake of them who shall be heirs of salvation" (Hebrews 1:14), i. When man fell by evil angels, with beautiful propriety it was ordered that other angels, holy and unfallen, should minister for God in His reparation of the evil caused to man by their fallen Fellow spirits
Imitation - Francis? (3) He was a servant of his Fellow-men. Our Fellow-men, even our Christian brethren, are only thought of as hindrances to Divine communion, tempters who threaten to impede our sanctification
Corinthians, Epistles to the - He placed the ministry of himself and Apollos in its true light: they were Fellow-labourers in God's husbandry. Their Fellowship with the death of Christ at the Lord's table is introduced, showing that it signifies communion with the body and blood of Christ (as in the Peace Offering, in which part was burnt on the altar; part eaten by the priest; and part by the offerer): hence they could not also have communion with idolatry. In chapter 10 there is the responsibility of those who have Fellowship with the Lord's death, and in this chapter the privilege of remembering the Lord. ...
2 Corinthians 6 : He shows how he and his Fellow-labourers commended themselves in everything as God's ministers
Blasphemy (2) - The evil eye is followed by the evil tongue, the one by look and the other by speech expressing malignity towards a Fellow-man. As railing against our Fellow-men, it comes in a catalogue of sins together with the most heinous—‘murders, adulteries,’ etc
Suffering - He was so identified with his Fellow human beings that God’s judgment on sinful people fell upon him
Thomas - On the next Lord's day, Thomas, laying aside his morbid isolation, attended the weekly assembly of disciples; though the doors were shut Jesus came and stood in the midst with His wonted salutation, cf6 "Peace be unto you"; then saith He to Thomas, with grave yet tender reproof (showing that He knew all that had passed in Thomas's mind and all he had said to his Fellow disciples), cf6 "reach here thy finger, and behold My hands, and reach here thy hand, and thrust it into My side; and be ("become", ginou ) not faithless but believing"
Sisters - There is but one incidental reference to their existence (Mark 6:3 = Matthew 13:56 αἱ ἀδελφαί αὐτοῦ) by His Fellow-townsmen of Nazareth, who were astonished and offended by His assumed claims to be their religious Teacher
Promise - , Esther 4:7 , Matthew 14:7 , Mark 14:11 , Acts 7:5 , 2 Peter 2:19 ) the reference is to a man’s promises to his Fellow-man ; once only ( Acts 23:21 ) the noun has this meaning in the NT
Phar'Isees, - (Matthew 6:2,6,16 ; 23:5,6 ; Luke 14:7 ) Indeed the whole spirit of their religion was summed up not in confession of sin and in humility, but in a proud self righteousness at variance with any true conception of man's relation to either God or his Fellow creatures
Pontus - ...
Aquila, the Fellow-worker of St
Meekness (2) - That is to say, it is conceived as a disposition restricted in its exercise to a man’s relation with his Fellow-men. That ‘the meek’ of the Beatitude have so often been exclusively conceived as those who are peaceable and unvindictive in their dealings with their Fellow-men, is due to the fact that the Greek conception of πραΰτης* Minister, Ministration - defraying the cost of public choruses, or of the training of athletes, or of feasting one’s Fellow-tribesmen (Xen. So, when we follow His example and are lifted out of ourselves by His Spirit of ministering love, everything that came to Him will come to us, according to the measure in which we, who are infinitely inferior to Him, will be found meet for it,—God’s approval of our life, increasing influence for good, that true greatness which consists in our becoming better able to elevate and bless our Fellow-men (cf. At His coming in glory, Christ will declare His love to those who have loved, and will admit them as ‘joint-heirs with Himself’; but He will reject as unmeet for companionship with Him those who have not taken the position among their Fellow-men which He showed them how to take when He said, Ἐγὼ δέ εἰμι ἐν μέσῳ ὑμῶν ὡς ὁ διακονῶν (Luke 22:27, cf. ...
Later Stoicism ‘sometimes expressed with much warmth the recognition of the universal Fellowship and natural mutual claims of human beings as such’ (Sidgwick, Hist
Liberius, Bishop of Rome - ) there is a letter purporting to be addressed by Liberius to his "beloved brethren and Fellow-bishops throughout the East," declaring that he agrees and communicates with them; and that Athanasius, having been summoned to Rome and refused to come, is out of communion with himself and the Roman church. That you may be assured of my good faith in thus writing, know that my lord and brother Demophilus has deigned in his benevolence to expound to me the true Catholic faith which was treated, expounded, and received at Sirmium by many brethren and Fellow-bishops of ours. And I desire you to make known to our brethren and Fellow-bishops Epictetus and Auxentius that with them I have peace and ecclesiastical communion. ...
In the letter to the Eastern bishops Liberius speaks of having already accepted the exposition of the faith agreed upon "by many brethren and Fellow-bishops" at Sirmium
Golden Rule - From a Jewish perspective the words "fellow covenant member, " "brother, " and "neighbor" were synonymous
Covenant - The covenant alluded to in Hosea 6:7 margin is not with Adam (KJV "men" is better, compare Psalms 82:7), for nowhere else is the expression "covenant" applied to Adam's relation to God, though the thing is implied in Romans 5:12-19; 1 Corinthians 15:22; but the Sinaitic covenant which Israel transgressed as lightly as "men" break their every day covenants with their Fellow men, or else they have transgressed like other "men," though distinguished above all men by extraordinary spiritual privileges
Philippians, the Epistle to the - By the fatigues of the journey that "brother, companion in labour, and Fellow soldier" brought on himself dangerous sickness (Philippians 2:25-30)
Covetousness - And the almighty power to this end is the holy spirit of the gospel, which on the one hand is a spirit of loving trust towards God the Father in providence, and on the other a tender feeling towards Fellow-mortals which prompts to ready sacrifice of all things to their good
Building - With a tender smile of blame he calls them ‘babes in Christ,’ who have not grown into the height and freedom of their calling as God’s Fellow-workers (συνεργοί). Longfellow’s poem The Builders, and O
Cherubim - As the ambassador of an earthly king, though he represents his master, may, at the same time, join his Fellow subjects in proclaiming with them his master's honour
Eustathius (3), Bishop of Berrhoea - 20) recognized by Athanasius as a worthy Fellow-labourer for the orthodox faith (Athan
Love-Feasts - Of this sort were the συσσιτια of the Cretans; and the φιδιτια of the Lacedaemonians, instituted by Lycurgus, and so called παρα της φιλιας , (the λ being changed into δ according to their usual orthography,) as denoting that love and friendship which they were intended to promote among neighbours and Fellow citizens
Building - With a tender smile of blame he calls them ‘babes in Christ,’ who have not grown into the height and freedom of their calling as God’s Fellow-workers (συνεργοί). Longfellow’s poem The Builders, and O
Slave, Slavery - Augustine could explain it only as a result of sin, so sure was he that it was not the Divine intention that man should own and lord it over his Fellow-man (de Civ. Tacitus mentions the case of Pedanius Secundus, prefect of the city, who had been murdered by one of his slaves, and under a law requiring that, should a slave kill his master, all the slaves of the same household should forfeit their lives, some 400 of the culprit’s Fellow-slaves were put to death at Rome a. If their masters were Fellow-believers, they were not to despise them, ‘because they are brethren. The sons of freedom themselves sometimes succumb to the temptation to make slaves practically of their weaker Fellow-men
Justice (2) - We are then ‘just before God’; and from 1 John 3:10; 1 John 3:17; 1 John 4:20-21; 1 John 5:1 we learn that only when man responds to God’s claim can he fulfil the obligations of love and justice to his Fellow-men. Why should they show favour to those whom God had not honoured? The Greek was bound by moralties to his Fellow-citizens, but between him and the barbarians there was no moral reciprocity; if he was conscious of any obligation, it was an obligation to do them all the injury he could. According to the Golden Rule, we are to regard our Fellow-man as an alter ego, to put ourselves in his place, and judge his claims or needs and our duties from his point of view (Philippians 2:4-8)
Zechariah, the Book of - At Zechariah 13:7 the prophecy of Messiah's betrayal (Zechariah 11:4; Zechariah 11:10; Zechariah 11:13-14) is resumed, "Awake O sword against My Shepherd and against the Man that is My Fellow (the mighty Man of My union, 'geber 'amithiy ,' one indissolubly joined by a common nature; contrast the Levitical law against injuring one's Fellow. How extreme the need which required God not to spare His own Fellow: Romans 8:32), saith the Lord of hosts"; and the consequent punishment of the Jews
Seven Words, the - This man had been one of a band of robbers, perhaps the same band to which Barabbas belonged, a band of men living wild and reckless lives; and now both he and his Fellow, having fallen victims to the power against which they have been in revolt, are suffering the extreme penalty of the law. Perhaps this was not the first time that this man had seen the Christ; he may have been among those who listened to His words on some previous occasion, he may have seen some of His miracles; now, however, he is brought face to face with the power of His love, conviction dawns within him, he sees himself in his true light; turning to his Fellow, he says, ‘Dost not thou fear God, seeing thou art in the same condemnation? And we indeed justly, for we receive the due reward of our deeds; but this man hath done nothing amiss’ (Luke 23:40-41)
Thessalonians, the Epistles to the - Aristarchus was his "companion in travel," and shared his perils at Ephesus and his shipwreck, and was his "fellow prisoner" and "fellow labourer" at Rome (Acts 27:2; Colossians 4:10; Philemon 1:24)
Eustathius, Bishop of Sebaste - Eustathius and his Fellow-delegates, now recognized as true Catholics, were acknowledged as the rightful bishops of their sees. He recommended persons as Fellow-helpers who, as Basil bitterly complains, turned out to be spies of his actions and words, interpreting all in a malevolent sense and reporting to their chief (ib
Barnabas - As Fellow countrymen, they would have mutual friends
Colosse - This accounts for their personal acquaintance with, and attachment to, Paul and his Fellow ministers, and their salutations to him
Mary Magdalene - "She stood without at the sepulchre weeping," and as she wept she stooped down and looked into the sepulchre, and seeth two angels in white sitting, the one at the head and the other at the feet, where the body of Jesus had lain; they say cf6 "why weepest thou?"...
She saith, her one absorbing thought being the absence of Him whom she had designed to lavish her reverential love upon, "because they have taken away my Lord (her phrase to the angels, as it was 'the Lord' to her Fellow disciples Peter and John), and I (no longer 'we' as in John 20:2) know not where they have laid Him
Reconcilation - God's creatures defied the divine purpose for life and destroyed the Fellowship for which they were intended. They substituted for the true foundation of Fellowship a whole series of relationships which formed a kingdom of evil and promoted estrangement from God. ...
The New Testament not only reveals God's act of reconciliation in Christ, but it also exhorts us to be reconciled to Fellow human beings
Nicodemus - " Many of Nicodemus' Fellow rulers attributed Jesus' miracles to Beelzebub; Nicodemus on the contrary avows " we (including others besides himself) know Thou art a teacher come from God, for no man can do these miracles which Thou doest, except God be with him
Church, Gallican - However unprincipled and cruel the French revolutionists have been, and however much the sufferers, as Fellow-creatures, are entitled to our pity; yet, considering the event as the just retribution of God, we are constrained to say, "Thou art righteous, O Lord, who art, and wast, and shalt be, because thou hast judged thus; for they have shed the blood of saints and prophets, and thou hast given them blood to drink; for they are worthy
Titus - ...
Next, Titus went to Macedon, where he rejoined Paul who had been eagerly looking for him at Troas (Acts 20:1; Acts 20:6; 2 Corinthians 2:12-13); "Titus my brother" (2 Corinthians 7:6; 2 Corinthians 8:23), also "my partner and Fellow helper concerning you
Guest - gçr, Arab, jar) with God; the stranger is a Fellow-guest, and loyalty to God demands that he should be hospitably entertained
Aurelius, Marcus, Roman Emperor - They not only provoked the gods, and refused to join in sacrifices to appease them, but triumphed in their Fellow-citizens' miseries
Community of Goods - But so much may be said, that the NT principles are wholly inconsistent with the view that the Christian man has any absolute right of property as against his Fellow-man
Gideon - This act embitters Gideon’s Fellow-townsmen against him; they are, however, quieted down by the boldness and shrewdness of Gideon’s father
Atonement - As a strong persuasive to that love and pity which we should show on all occasions to our Fellow creatures, 1 John 4:11
Angels - When John fell down to worship the angel in the Revelation, being overpowered by reason of the stupendous things revealed, he was on two occasions restrained from worshipping his 'fellow servant,' as in Revelation 19:10 ; Revelation 22:9
Andrew - When his Fellow-disciples and bishops urgently pressed him, he said, “Fast with me [2] to-day, for three days, and let us tell one another any revelation which may be made to us, either for or against [3]
Ephesus - Overjoyed with the account which their messenger brought him of the steadfastness of their faith, and the ardency of their love to all the saints, Ephesians 1:15 ; and, transported with the consideration of the unsearchable wisdom of God displayed in the work of man's redemption, and of his amazing love toward the Gentiles, in introducing them, as Fellow-heirs with the Jews, into the kingdom of Christ, he soars into the most exalted contemplation of those sublime topics, and gives utterance to his thoughts in language at once rich and varied
Pilate - Of his Fellow sufferer on the cross
Reformation - This point, in reference to what he accomplished, is really of little moment; but there cannot be a doubt that although he might, throughout his arduous struggle, be guided occasionally by inferior considerations, he was eventually, at least, chiefly animated by the noble and disinterested wish to emancipate his Fellow creatures from what he was convinced was the direct and most infatuated spiritual oppression; that he looked to Heaven for support, and that such support he largely received
Law - Tom Touchy is a Fellow famous for taking the law of every body
Philip the Evangelist - ...
The conversions of Simon and his Fellow-Samaritans represented a great step in advance in the widening of the Christian Church
Prayer - It is essential to our peace and felicity, and is the happy mean of our carrying on and enjoying Fellowship with God. It is very proper, at solemn seasons of worship, to read some part of the word of God, or some spiritual treatise written by holy men; or to converse with Fellow Christians about divine things, or to spend some time in recollection or meditation of things that belong to religion: this will not only supply us with divine matter, but will compose our thoughts to a solemnity. We should not run from one part to another by starts, and sudden wild thoughts, and then return often to the same part again, going backward and forward in confusion: this bewilders the mind of him that prays, disgusts our Fellow-worshippers, and injures their devotion. We should treasure up such expressions, especially, as we read in Scripture, and such as we have found in other books of devotion, or such as we have heard Fellow Christians make use of, whereby our own hearts have been sensibly moved and warmed. On the other hand, we should avoid mean and coarse, and too familiar expressions; such as excite any contemptible or ridiculous ideas; such as raise any improper or irreverent thoughts in the mind, or base and impure images, for these much injure the devotion of our Fellow-worshippers
Language of the nt - Unification of speech was a natural result, when Greeks from different cities became Fellow-soldiers in Alexander’s army, or Fellow-colonists in his new towns
Disciples - ” There is, for example, a striking absence of the term with reference to Timothy (2 Corinthians 1:1 ; Philippians 1:1 ; Colossians 1:1 ; 1 Thessalonians 1:1 ; 2 Thessalonians 1:1 ), Sosthenes (1 Corinthians 1:1 ), and Silas (Galatians 1:18-19 , 2 Thessalonians 1:1 ), who were certainly not only Paul's Fellow workers but also preachers of the gospel (compare 2 Corinthians 1:19 ). Thus, others in the Pauline missionary party were called, for example, “brother,” “fellow worker,” or “bond servant” (Romans 16:3 ; Philippians 2:25 ; Colossians 4:7-14 ; 1 Thessalonians 3:1 ); but the term “apostle” had a more exclusive, and thus more restricted, meaning
the Slothful Servant Who Hid His Lord's Money - He felt himself to be as good a man and as deserving as any of his Fellow-servants, and he may very well have been in the right in so thinking and in so saying. If they had as large a field as that five-talented Fellow-servant of theirs; if they had a city pulpit; if they had a people or education and intelligence, they would prepare for the Sabbath in a very different fashion from what they do
Essenes - So these men, knit into closely coherent groups, mainly in Judæa, found the satisfactions of life in deepening Fellowship, and an ever more intense devotion to the ideal of Levitical perfection. An Essene of the higher class became unclean if a Fellow-Essene of lower degree so much as touched his garment
Fill, Fill up - "fruit"); with the knowledge of God's will, Colossians 1:9 ; with abundance through material supplies by Fellow believers, Philippians 4:18 ; (d) of the hearts of believers as the seat of emotion and volition, John 16:6 (sorrow) Acts 5:3 (deceitfulness); (e) of the unregenerate who refuse recognition of God, Romans 1:29 ; (II) "to accomplish, complete, fulfill
Temperance - While righteousness represents his attitude towards his Fellow-men and godliness his attitude towards God, soberness represents his attitude towards himself
Fellowship - “Fellowship” is the English translation of words from the Hebrew stem hbr and the Greek stem koin -. A most important dimension in the life of these heberim was a sharing together in the study of Scripture and law, and table Fellowship. For example, in Jewish literature produced during the intertestamental period, called the Apocrypha, the Greek root koin - was used to express ideas such as friendship (Sirach 42:3 ) and table Fellowship (Sirach 6:10 ). The New Testament uses the koin - stem to speak of the believer's relationship with Christ and the mutual Fellowship among Christians. ...
The Gospels record no sayings of Jesus in which He used the koin -stem to describe “fellowship” among disciples, though certainly the close association shared by Jesus and His followers laid the foundation for the church's post-Easter understanding of Fellowship. On the basis of faith believers have Fellowship with the Son ( 1 Corinthians 1:9 ). We share Fellowship in the gospel (1 Corinthians 9:23 ; Philippians 1:5 ). Believers also share together a Fellowship with the Holy Spirit (2 Corinthians 13:14 ), which the apostle understood as a most important bond for unity in the life of the church (Philippians 2:1-4 ). Thus Paul forbad his readers from partaking in pagan religious meals, which would result in sharing “fellowship” with evil, supernatural forces or demons (1 Corinthians 10:19-21 ). ...
Immediately after Paul spoke of “fellowship” with Christ through participation in the Lord's Supper (1 Corinthians 10:16 ), he said, “since there is one bread, we who are many are one body” (1 Corinthians 10:17 NAS). This illustrates clearly Paul's belief that Fellowship with Christ was to issue into Fellowship between believers. Because the “fellowship” among the Corinthians themselves was so perverted, Paul could go so far as to say “when you come together, it is not really to eat the Lord's supper” ( 1 Corinthians 11:20 NRSV). ...
Paul believed that Christians were to share with one another what they had to offer to assist Fellow believers. Though it is not translated “fellowship” in English versions, Paul actually used the term koinonia to denote the financial contribution which he was collecting from Gentile believers to take to Jerusalem for the relief of the saints who lived there ( Romans 15:26 ; 2 Corinthians 8:4 ; 2 Corinthians 9:13 ). Such mutual sharing of one's blessings is a clear and profound expression of Christian Fellowship. When Paul wished to express the essential oneness of the apostolic leadership of the church he said concerning James, the Lord's brother, Peter, and John, that they “gave to me the right hands of Fellowship” ( Galatians 2:9 ). When we realize that this expression of koinonia came on the heels of one of the most hotly debated issues in the early church, namely the status of Gentiles in the people of God ( Galatians 2:1-10 ; Acts 15:1 ), we can see how powerful and all encompassing Paul's notion of Christian Fellowship actually was. He affirmed emphatically that Fellowship with God and the Son was to issue in Fellowship with the other believers ( 1 John 1:3 , 1 John 1:6-7 )
Leviticus - Two chief subjects are handled:...
(1) Leviticus 1-16, the fundamental ordinances of Israel's Fellowship with Jehovah;...
(2) Leviticus 17-27, the laws for hallowing Israel in this covenant Fellowship. ...
(1) Israel's life as holy and separate from heathendom, in food, marriage, and toward Fellow men, Leviticus 17-20; the mutual connection of Leviticus 18; Leviticus 19; Leviticus 20, is marked by recurring phrases, "I are the Lord," "ye shall be holy, for I
Micah, Book of - Those who committed such crimes were Fellow Israelites (Micah 2:6-11 )
Lord's Day - This worship of Christians with their Jewish Fellow-countrymen secured the continuation of the Church of God from one dispensation to another; while their exclusively Christian Eucharists consolidated the Church and enabled it to discover itself
No - The vocal Memnon and its Fellow are a quarter of a mile further S
Slave, Slavery - These books frequently use the primary term for slave, doulos [ Romans 1:1 ; Philippians 1:1 ; 2 Timothy 2:24 ; Titus 1:1 ; James 1:1 ; 1 Peter 2:16 ; 2 Peter 1:1 ), to Fellow believers (2 Corinthians 4:5 ), and even to sin (Romans 6:20 )
Nations, the - Early in his ministry he directed his efforts toward his Fellow Jews
Giving - The grace of Christ had come near to him, and he, in that high Fellowship, could not but be gracious. Once and again before His gracious acts of healing or of bounty, it is said, ‘he was moved with compassion’ (Matthew 9:36; Matthew 15:32, Mark 6:34); and His Fellow-feeling found expression in the sending forth of the Twelve, the feeding of the multitude, and in teaching
Kindness - The context of Colossians 3:12 likewise emphasizes the forbearing and forgiving disposition required of the Christian in view of the forgiveness received from God, and the terms with which χρηστότης is here associated (‘lowliness,’ ‘meekness,’ ‘longsuffering’) are again terms that describe benevolence over against faults observed in Fellow-Christians
Silas or Silyanus - Scarcely more success has attended the various critical attempts to identify Silas or Silvanus with other friends and Fellow-labourers of Paul, such as Luke (Van Vloten) and Titus (Märcker and Seufert)
Servant - " In this equality of nature and of essence, he is not JEHOVAH'S Servant, for he is JEHOVAH'S Fellow
Citizenship - Paul referred to in Romans 16 were his Fellow-tribesmen of Tarsus
Liberality of Sentiment - Let the fierce bull shake his head, and nod his horn, and threaten his enemy, who seeks to eat his flesh, and wear his coat, and live by his death: poor Fellow! his life is in danger; I forgive his bellowing and his rage
Blindness (2) - ‘This Fellow doth not cast out devils, but by Beelzebub the prince of the devils
Dish - Matthew in making Jesus, by a sign (ἐκεῖνός ἐστιν ᾧ ἐγὼ βάψω τὸ ψωμίον καὶ δώσω αὐτῷ, John 13:26), point him out to his Fellow-disciples
Apostolic Fathers - ...
The so-called Epistle of Barnabas is neither a letter nor the work of Barnabas, Paul's companion and Fellow missionary
Water - “Water” of oppression or affliction is so designated because it is drunk in prison: “Put this Fellow in the prison, and feed him with bread of affliction and with water of affliction, until I come in peace” (1 Kings 22:27)
Temperance - While righteousness represents his attitude towards his Fellow-men and godliness his attitude towards God, soberness represents his attitude towards himself
Peter - He lived first at Bethsaida, then in Capernaum, in a house either his own or his mother-in-law's, large enough to receive Christ and his Fellow apostles and some of the multitude who thronged about Him. ) The Jerusalem decree only recognized Gentiles as Fellow Christians on light conditions, it did not admit them necessarily to social intercourse Though Peter and Paul rightly inferred the latter, yet their recognition of the ceremonial law (Acts 18:18-21; Acts 20:16; Acts 21:18-24) palliates Peter's conduct, if it were not for its inconsistency (through fear of the Judaizers) which is the point of Paul's reproof. 33) says that at his Fellow Christians' solicitation he was fleeing from Rome at early dawn, when he met the Lord, and at His feet asked "Lord, where goest Thou?" His reply "I go to be crucified afresh" turned Peter back to a joyful martyrdom
Joannes, Bishop of Antioch - His old companion and Fellow-townsman Nestorius had just been appointed to the see of Constantinople, and had inaugurated his episcopate with a sermon in the metropolitan church repudiating the term "Mother of God," θεοτόκος . To support their evidently failing cause, John and his Fellow-deputies wrote to some leading prelates of the West, the bps. John and his Fellow-bishops next sought the intervention of Acacius of Beroea, who was universally venerated, in the hope that his influence might render Cyril more willing to accept the terms (Baluz
Augustinus, Aurelius - "I began to love him, not at first as a teacher of the truth, which I despaired of finding in Thy Church, but as a Fellow-creature who was kind to me. —One day a Christian Fellow-townsman Pontitianus who held an appointment at court called to visit Alypius. After the baptism, Augustine, with Alypius, and Evodius, a Fellow-townsman, converted before Augustine himself, who had joined him at Milan, set out for Africa, with the intention of continuing their common life. Possibly the importunate demands of his Fellow-citizens upon his kindness (see above) made Thagaste itself unsuitable
Apostles - On starting, He called Philip to follow Him, and the instant obedience rendered suggests that Philip had already believed that Jesus was the Messiah, probably through his friends and Fellow-citizens Andrew and Peter. What previous acquaintance existed between Matthew and our Lord, what special qualities commended him we cannot tell; but the instant obedience he rendered to so extraordinary a command, and the feast which he gave in our Lord’s honour as he bade farewell to his Fellow-officials, suggest that they had known one another for some time. But why was Peter the: first called? Must not an explanation of this fact be sought? And is it not to be found in the circumstance that he was the foremost of the Apostles, their leader, their spokesman? Primacy in the sense of jurisdiction or authority over his Fellow Apostles Peter never received and never exercised. The range of their knowledge was that of most of their Fellow-countrymen. His primary aim was to discover men who could be taught and trained to comprehend His character, aims, and labours, who could describe His life to their Fellows, who could inform them as to what He said and as to the deeds of mercy and power which He wrought
Paul as a Controversialist - By all these remarkable, and indeed unparalleled, means, Paul came more and more to be of that unequalled grace of Fellow-feeling with all other men, and that noble temper of accommodation and adaptation to all other men, in which he stands out and unrivalled at the head of all the saints of God. And Origen confesses to having had a certain Fellow-feeling with those heretics
Acts - By searching those letters for references to Paul's Fellow workers, they compiled a list of companions who could have written Luke and Acts. At the same time, however, changes and expansion put a serious strain on the Fellowship as the church tried to seek Christ's will (Acts 6:1 ). God uses Fellow Christians to encourage enchained missionaries (Acts 28:11-16 )
Apostolic Constitutions And Canons - 14, 18: ‘We now assembled, Peter and Andrew, James and John, Philip and Bartholomew, Thomas and Matthew, James the son of Alphaeus, and Lebbaeus who is surnamed Thaddaeus, and Simon the Canaanite, and Matthias who instead of Judas was numbered with us, and James the brother of our Lord and bishop of Jerusalem, and Paul … and have written to you this catholic doctrine [1] we have sent by our Fellow-minister Clement. ’ The collective apostolic authorship is recalled to the reader’s mind from time to time by casual phrases such as ‘we twelve,’ ‘Philip our Fellow-apostle’; while by a curious device, from time to time, without any break in the discourse, one or other of the apostles takes the word out of the common mouth and speaks in his own name, especially at points where the reference is to his personal experience; as ii
Apostle - Paul, in the Epistle to the Romans 16:7 , says, "Salute Andronicus and Junia, my kinsmen and Fellow prisoners, who are of note among the Apostles. Tertullian calls all the seventy disciples Apostles; and Clement calls Barnabas Apostolical merely in another place, and says that he was one of the seventy, and Fellow labourer of Paul
Oaths - It may be taken to mean that it is the presence of evil among our Fellow-men that necessitates oaths, to convince them of the good faith of the speaker. In a court of law we take the oath to convince our Fellow-men, who cannot see our heart and judge of our regard for truth, of our good faith
Spiritual Gifts - Slaves or women, people of no account before, found themselves in possession of mysterious powers, which gave them a position of importance among their Fellow-Christians
Magi - There is reason to believe that the Magi, in the course of a generation or two, made a bid for spiritual power: they conformed to the religion of the conquerors, profoundly altering its character as they did so, and thus gained the opportunity of re-asserting their own sacred functions among their Fellow-countrymen, who were predisposed to accept their re-introduction of the old beliefs under the forms of the new
Work - Christians respect their Fellow believers who endure faithfully for the sake of Christ (Psalms 77:11-15; 1 Thessalonians 5:13; 1 Timothy 4:15-16)
Death - Bates's four last Things; Hopkins, Drelincourt, Sherlock, and Fellowes, on Death; Bp. With all the dignity of a sovereign, he conferred pardon on a penitent Fellow-sufferer: with a greatness of mind beyond example, he spent his last moments in apologies and prayers for those who were shedding his blood
Matthew, Gospel of - ...
Unbelieving Jews often attacked those of their Fellow Jews who were Christians
Peter, First, Theology of - ...
The author calls himself Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ (1:1), a Fellow elder, a witness of the sufferings of Christ, and a participant in the eschatological glory (5:1)
Love - ...
Many people in Jesus' day believed that a neighbor was a Fellow Israelite
Lie, Lying - The Mosaic Law, summarized in the Ten Commandments, presents the bearing of false witness as a malicious sin against one's Fellow man (Exodus 20:16 ; Deuteronomy 5:20 ; 19:18-19 ; cf
Caesar, Caesar's Household - By it a citizen could appeal to his Fellow-citizens in assembly against any injustice on the part of a magistrate
Judaizing Christians - One of these tenets, one which, indeed, naturally followed from their conceptions Of the Gospel dispensation, was, that its author was merely a man raised solely by the commission with which he had been honoured above the rest of his Fellow creatures
Stumbling - At all this I was very much astonished; and, toward the end, as much pleased as astonished; which he perceiving, cried out frequently and triumphantly, ‘Behold, Frank, behold!' and at last, drawing in the horses, stopping short, and looking me full in the face, he exclaimed, ‘Frank, what say you now?' For some time I was incapable of making him any answer, but continued surveying him from head to foot as the most extraordinary savage I had ever beheld; while he stroked his whiskers with great self-complacency and composure, and nodded his head every now and then, as much as to say, ‘Look at me! Am I not a very capital Fellow?' We alighted on the brow of a small hill, whence was to be seen a full and uninterrupted prospect of the country all round
Phoebe - ‘Brother’ and ‘sister’ in the NT simply mean ‘fellow-Christian
Joannes (520), Monk And Author - Sophronius and 12 Fellow-disciples sailed with the body to Palestine, but, hearing at Ascalon that Sinai was beset by Arabs, took it up to Jerusalem (in the beginning of the eighth indiction, e
Perfection (Human) - He asks man to love Him with undivided loyalty and affection, and to prove his love to God in the service of his Fellow-man
Petrus, Saint, Archbaptist of Alexandria - (11) Persons who in their zeal to encourage their Fellow-Christians to win the prize of martyrdom voluntarily avowed their own faith were to be exempted from blame; cf
Peter (2) - His Fellow-believers give him the same name when they relate that our Lord appeared to him after His resurrection (Luke 24:34). The acquaintanceship thus formed passed after an interval of a few months, during part of which Peter was with Jesus, into discipleship and permanent Fellowship. Accepting this declaration without a shadow of doubt, lie ventures to inquire as to the fate of his Fellow-disciple John, but is forbidden to meddle with such questions, his task being to concentrate his energies on the fulfilment of the duties imposed on himself
Alexander, of Alexandria - He had hitherto written only to individual bishops, but he now drew up (perhaps with the help of his secretary and "archdeacon," Athanasius) his famous encyclic to all his Fellow-ministers, i
Leper - It was less a trial to the leper than intercourse with his Fellow men, who loathed his presence, would have been. The minister of God was publicly to witness to the leper's cure by performing certain prescribed rites and so admitting him to communion again with his Fellows (Leviticus 14:9-20)
Fellowship - To appreciate the full meaning of the word-group in the New Testament that conveys the nature and reality of Christian Fellowship (i. ...
First, the fact and experience of Christian Fellowship only exists because God the Father through Jesus Christ, the Son, and by/in the Spirit has established in grace a relation (a "new covenant") with humankind. This relatedness, relationship, and communion is Fellowship. On the basis of this relation there is Fellowship for Christians both with God and with each other. ...
In the second place, it is probably best not to use the word "community" as a synonym for "fellowship. Thus the Fellowship and sharing are religious or specifically Christian only if the context requires this meaning. For example, in Acts 2:42 we encounter the word Koinonia [1] and read that the new converts continued in "the apostles' teaching and to the Fellowship . "...
However, it is especially, but not solely, in the writings of the apostle Paul that the theological dimension of koinonia, [14] "fellowship/sharing/participation" is developed and clearly presented. Perhaps the clearest theological use of koinonia [1] is in 1 John 1:3-6 , where we read that when we walk in the light truly our Fellowship is with the Father and with his Son, Jesus Christ and that this relation of grace has profound implications for daily living. For if we say that we have Fellowship with God and walk in darkness, we lie! Here the basic meaning of "fellowship" is a real and practical sharing in eternal life with the Father and the Son. ...
In Paul's letters we find that the apostle emphasizes the faithfulness of the call of God the Father in the gospel "into Fellowship with his Son Jesus Christ our Lord" (1 Corinthians 1:9 ). So the Fellowship is based on the great saving Acts of God the Father through his Son. The character of this Fellowship is made clear in the celebration of the Lord's Supper, the Holy Communion, where there is intimate Fellowship or communion with Jesus Christ, the exalted Lord, and with those who are "in Christ, " for those who faithfully participate (1 Corinthians 10:16-17 ). ...
Fellowship with Jesus Christ also entails Fellowship in his sufferings (Philippians 3:10 ; cf. ...
Paul also points to a Fellowship in the Spirit (2 Corinthians 13:14 ; Philippians 2:1 ), a dynamic experience that is inextricably related to receiving the love of the Father and the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Son. Therefore, the richness of the experience of Fellowship in the Holy Spirit is because of the reality of the new creation and of being "in Christ. "...
Christian Fellowship is also a practical reality. Such Fellowship is a practical "fellowship of the mystery" (Ephesians 3:9 ), a mystery now revealed that Jews and Gentiles are one body in Christ Jesus through the gospel. ...
Apart from its general use as a companion and Fellow worker (e
Isaiah - Amos was a native of Judah, but prophesied in and to Israel; and thus Isaiah is the earliest of these four prophets who addressed himself primarily to Judah, and even he in his earlier years, like his Fellow-countryman Amos, prophesied also against Israel (see Isaiah 9:7 to Isaiah 10:4 ; Isaiah 5:26-30 ; Isaiah 17:1-11 )
Heathen - John approves-they are the more dependent on the φιλοξενία of the few Fellow-Christians who come in their way (cf. Galatians 2:12) and then withdrawing from table-fellowship with them
Ephesians, Epistle to the - Jew and Gentile believers had access by one Spirit to the Father, while the latter were now Fellow-citizens of the saints, and were of the household of God, being part of the holy temple He was building
Aquila And Priscilla - His description of them as ‘my Fellow-workers in Christ Jesus, who for my life laid down their own necks; unto whom not only I give thanks but also all the churches of the Gentiles’ (1618397940_7), sets them side by side with the Apostle
Barnabas - After a year of service there, the two Fellow-labourers were dispatched to Jerusalem with alms for the needy Christians of Judaea (Acts 11:22-30)
Feeding the Multitudes - The power was His, and He used it for the good of His Fellow-men in whatever way was needful for their immediate welfare, and for setting an example of helpfulness in the everyday affairs of life to His disciples in all the centuries to follow
Poetry - It furnishes to us also divinely sanctioned language to express prayer and thanksgiving to God and communion with our Fellow saints
Callistus, Pope - His master intrusted to his charge a bank in the Piscina Publica, where Callistus induced his Fellow-Christians to deposit their savings upon the security of the name of Carpophorus
Anathema - Paul has just expressed (Romans 8:39) his belief that nothing conceivable could separate him from the love of God; and now, in his yearning over his Fellow-countrymen, he announces that for their sakes he would be willing, if it were possible, to be even hopelessly separated from Christ
Dead Sea - My Fellow traveller was agreeably surprised to find that he could swim here, having never learned
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The case for the forehead, which was termed the ‘head-tephillah,’ was distinguished from the ‘arm-’ or ‘hand-tephillah’ by its being shaped so as to give four small but distinct compartments, while its Fellow consisted of a single compartment
Rome, - Paul were Fellow prisoners here for nine months
Petrus ii., Archbaptist of Alexandria - Basil answers in effect: "As to the first point, I did not care to trouble you, and I trust it will come right by our winning over the Marcellians; as to the second, I am sorry that Dorotheus annoyed you, but you who have suffered under Arians ought to feel for Meletius as a Fellow-sufferer, and I can assure you that he is quite orthodox
Theodoricus, the Ostrogoth - Apollinare Nuovo, the church he built for his Arlan Fellow-worshippers, of which they retained possession till the time of bp
Old Testament (ii. Christ as Student And Interpreter of). - These constituted the main part of the literature of His Fellow-countrymen, and by all of them were regarded with a reverence second to nothing else. Whether He returned at all, or frequently, during His youth and early manhood, to the Holy City, we have no means of ascertaining; but in Nazareth He would seem to have been a constant attender at the synagogue services, for such is noted in the Gospels as being His practice; and when He returned to the town, after His public ministry had begun, it was not His presence in the synagogue that surprised His Fellow-townsmen, but the learning of one whom they had previously regarded as an ordinary comrade. So far as the available evidence is concerned, it would seem, as we might expect, that the writings which were most familiar to Him were those in which the spirit of the prophets reached its highest level, and on which His countrymen and Fellow-religionists had most perfectly matured their own spiritual life—such books as Isaiah, the Psalms, and that most spiritual setting forth of the Law, the Book of Deuteronomy
Gentiles - Further, the announcement of His design of blessing all the families of the earth through that family which He chose to be the special depositary of His revealed will, was virtually His calling Abraham and his descendants to be Fellow-workers with Himself in bringing all nations to love and obey Him. He abstained from needlessly offending His Fellow-countrymen, to whom it was His first object to commend the gospel
Jeremiah - The depth, the purity, the beauty, the absolute heavenliness of his doctrine were the reward and the joy of his heart, let his Fellow-citizens and his Fellow-prophets and priests do to him what they pleased
Paul - Later, he was accused of being a pestilent Fellow. Paul never advised a person of faith to live alone but rather to Fellowship with the church. (b) It witnesses to God's power to reconcile humankind to Himself by its example of Christian Fellowship within its walls and by evangelistic outreach beyond itself (Ephesians 3:10 ). In an extended discussion about Christian conduct (1 Corinthians 8:1-11:1 ) he emphasized that a believer will be sensitive to the effect his conduct will have on a Fellow believer (1 Corinthians 8:9-12 )
Jesus Christ - Because his oneness with humankind was complete, he was able to die for his Fellow human beings and so free them from the evil results of sin (Romans 8:3; 2 Corinthians 5:21; Hebrews 2:14-15). Only because of the divine oneness between Father and Son can Jesus bring God to the people of the world, and only because of the human oneness between Jesus and his Fellow humans can he bring people back to God (John 14:6-10; 1 Timothy 2:4-6). ...
Certain areas of Jesus’ knowledge, therefore, may have been deliberately kept below the level of his human consciousness so that he could have no unnatural advantage over his Fellows
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Concerning the church, Christians should pray that they and their Fellow believers might know God and his purposes better, be strengthened by God’s power, have unity among themselves, grow in love, develop wisdom, exercise right judgment, endure hardship with joy, and bring glory to God by lives of fruitfulness and uprightness (John 17:20-23; Ephesians 1:16-23; Ephesians 3:14-19; Ephesians 6:18; Philippians 1:9-11; Colossians 1:9-11; Colossians 4:12)
Typology - Paul spoke of himself and his Fellow workers as examples or patterns
Reproach (2) - In the second passage (Hebrews 13:13), the Jewish-Christian readers are exhorted to a Fellowship with the sufferings of Christ, in the words, ‘Let us go forth therefore unto him without the camp, bearing his reproach. ’ The allusion apparently is to the sin-offering on the Day of Atonement without the camp of Israel, and to the suffering of Jesus without the city gate; and the meaning is that those Jewish-Christians must forsake the sphere of the OT religion, break off the old ties of national Fellowship, and face all the pain and contumely that this would involve, so that they might share in the better blessings of the great Sin-offering. And when the author of Hebrews speaks of the ‘reproach of Christ’—telling of the manner in which it was esteemed by Moses, and urging his Fellow-believers of the Jewish race to go forth without the camp with that reproach upon them—it may be that he also is recalling how Jesus taught His disciples to rejoice in reproach because their reward in heaven was great (Matthew 5:12, Luke 6:23)
Grace - ]'>[3] ( Genesis 6:8 ) or of one’s Fellow-men ( Genesis 39:4 ), and whether the finder bring good ( Romans 4:2-8 ) or ill ( Genesis 19:19 ) desert to the quest
Ahab - The names of him and Zedekiah, his Fellow deceiver, were doomed to be a byword for a curse
Mark - ), it is as the ‘fellow-labourer’ of Paul, who had by this time become completely reconciled to him, and had found him a comfort (παρηγορία, Colossians 4:11) in his imprisonment
Agriculture - Accumulation of debt was obviated by prohibiting interest on principal lent to Fellow citizens (Leviticus 25:8-16; Leviticus 25:28-87)
Apollos - Deane, Friends and Fellow-Labourers of St
Evil - Suffering is a means of entering into closer Fellowship with Christ (Philippians 3:10). The apostolic attitude towards the problem of evil cannot be described as optimism, for the reality of sin and pain is too seriously and sympathetically recognized, nor as pessimism, for the possibility of redemption is too confidently and persuasively urged, but it may be spoken of as meliorism, for it has the faith which claims a present salvation for every believer, and the hope of a final fulfilment of God’s purpose of grace, and both are linked with a love that sees in human need and pain an opportunity for service and sacrifice, in which man can regard himself as a Fellow-worker with God in the solution of the problem of evil
Leprosy - Doubtless the lepers drifting about the land had intractable skin diseases, and as they were shut out from the temple, the synagogues, certainly in all the towns, and to a large extent from the social life of their Fellow-beings, their lot was truly pitiable. Their ‘cleansing’ meant much more than getting rid of a disagreeable and often, doubtless, painful disease, repulsive to all their Fellow-men; it meant restoration to the worship and service of God
Christian Life - -The followers of Christ at the time of His death were distinguished from the majority of their Fellow-Jews by their conviction that Jesus was the Messiah. The Christians lived a happy family life; the members were ‘brethren’; new converts were received into the Fellowship by baptism (Acts 2:41); the practice of charity produced noble examples of generosity like that of Barnabas (Acts 4:36), and incidentally provoked unworthy ambition, of which the deceit of Ananias and Sapphira (ch. His doctrine of the solidarity of society-a sin against a brother is a sin against Christ (1 Corinthians 8:12)-and of the equality of all men in Christ (Galatians 3:28, Colossians 3:11) prepared the way for the up-lifting of the masses, and identified Christianity with the spirit of brotherhood, even though the references to love of the brethren are more frequent than to love of mankind as a whole (see article Fellowship). shows that the Church at Rome had not lost its stability, nor forgotten the duty of intercession especially for captive Fellow-members
John, the Gospel of - Other sections of the Gospel, such as the calling of the first disciples (John 1:35-51 ) may also reflect the preaching of this group at a time when they were appealing to Fellow Jews
Sin - They have come into a state of conflict with the natural world (Genesis 3:17-19; Matthew 24:39), with their Fellow human beings (Genesis 3:12-13; 1 John 3:12), with their inner selves (Genesis 3:7; Genesis 3:11-13; Romans 7:15; Genesis 3:8-10) and with God (Romans 7:19; Genesis 3:22-24; Romans 3:10-18)
Elder - The pastoral character of this task of oversight is also indicated when Peter writes: "To the elders among you, I appeal as a Fellow elder Be shepherds of God's flock that is under your care, serving as overseers—not because you must, but because you are willing, as God wants you to be; not greedy for money, but eager to serve; not lording it over those entrusted to you, but being examples to the flock
Unbelief - Paul denounced this practice as showing the lack of Christian love, as bringing disgrace upon the whole Christian community, and as implying that there were none within the Christian Fellowship able to settle the petty differences that had arisen. Even the Jews exercised jurisdiction over internal affairs, and reckoned as guilty of impiety any of their number who brought a matter of law before idolatrous judges; much more should Christians shun heathen courts, and seek rather the judgment of their Fellow-Christians, especially when they remembered that to believers was given by God the judgment of the world, and even of the angels in heaven (1 Corinthians 6:1-6)
Worldliness - Paul waxes indignant at those who sued their Fellow-Christians before heathen tribunals (1 Corinthians 6:1 ff. Successful achievement, the possession of external wealth, or still more of personal gifts and qualities which are an object of desire and envy to others, produce a feeling and attitude of arrogant superiority towards one’s Fellows, and of self-idolatry in relation to God
Dead, the - The matter of abiding importance here is the teaching that at death a judgment already takes effect, the portion of the soul in the after life being determined with direct reference to the life lived in the present world, with results that may be in startling contrast to the estimates of a man and his condition formed by his Fellow-men here. , not simply of vague gloom or attenuated being, but of vivid consciousness; for the blessed dead ‘a condition in Fellowship with God, containing in itself the germ of an everlasting heavenly life towards which it tends’ (Wendt, Lehre Jesu, English translation i
Redeem - A poor man may sell himself to a Fellow Israelite ( Serve - ...
In a number of situations, the word is used to denote “service” rendered to a Fellow human being
Colossians - ) The letters to Philemon and to the Colossians indicate that many of Paul's Fellow workers (if not Paul himself) had worked among the churches of the Lycus Valley
Leander (2) - " To Reccared the pope writes: "To our honoured brother and Fellow-bishop Leander we have sent the pallium as a gift from the see of the blessed apostle Peter, which we owe to ancient custom (antiquae consuetudini ), to your deserts, and to his dignity and goodness
Neighbour (2) - And not only towards those who are Fellow-subjects of the Kingdom is love inculcated: it must extend even to those who are our enemies and the enemies of God (Luke 6:37-38); for Christ came to seek and to save the lost, and the Christian must follow in his Master’s steps
Pity - And this fuller presentation of Christ’s feelings for men, he shows, had also been accompanied by a teaching of Christ, both as regards man’s duty to his Fellow and also God’s attitude towards the world, which went far beyond what bad been already recorded in the Synoptic Gospels. The common bond of Fellowship between Christ and the Father and between man and God through the Son was the power of the Divine love (John 17:26)
Basilius, Bishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia - His acquaintance with his Fellow-student and inseparable companion Gregory Nazianzen, previously begun at Caesarea, speedily ripened at Athens into an ardent friendship, which subsisted with hardly any interruption through the greater part of their lives. Athens also afforded Basil the opportunity of familiar intercourse with a Fellow-student whose name was destined to become unhappily famous, the nephew of the emperor Constantius, Julian. Among the first whom he invited was his Fellow-student at Athens, Basil
Gregorius (14) Nazianzenus, Bishop of Sasima And of Constantinople - Thespesius was then the master of greatest renown, and Euzoïus was a Fellow-pupil with Gregory (Hieron. Their Fellow-students, for various reasons, bore various names and surnames. Gregory claims that he had even then discerned his character in his very looks; and that he used to warn their Fellow-students that Rome was cherishing a serpent ( Orat
Suffering - He longs to know ‘the Fellowship of his sufferings’ (Philippians 3:10). The Thessalonians suffered for the Kingdom of God (2 Thessalonians 1:5) at the hands of their Fellow-countrymen, as the churches of Judaea did at the hands of the Jews (1 Thessalonians 2:14)
Reward - " In Romans 14:10 , where Paul is speaking about exercising love for Fellow Christians, be they weak or strong in the faith, he again uses the bema [1] judgment as a motive for doing it, only here he calls it "God's judgment seat
Labour (2) - The Son of Man Himself (ὥσπερ) came not to be served but to serve (διακονῆσαι), yielding up even His life for the sake of His Fellow-men (λύτρον ἀντὶ πολλῶν, Mark 10:45 = Matthew 20:28; cf
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The elder brother of the Prodigal (Luke 15:25-32) illustrates the point; representing as he does the Pharisaic type of mind—common in all ages and pronouncedly so in the time of Jesus—which complacently fancies itself well within the Kingdom, but shows by its harsh attitude to Fellow-mortals that it is inwardly not right with God
Arrest - ‘The chamber in which he happened to be lying having no very bright light but being gloomy, it is said that the eyes of Marius appeared to dart a great flame on the soldier, and a loud voice came from the old man: “Darest thou, Fellow, to slay C
Parable - The second group of parables are less theocratic, and more peculiarly represent Christ's sympathy with all men, and their consequent duties toward Him and their Fellow men
Hopkinsians - But as a particle of water is small, in comparison of a generous stream, so the man of humility feels small before the great family of his Fellow creatures
David - Being forced to banish himself into an enemy's country, he was faithful to the prince who protected him: and, at the same time, mindful of the interest of his own nation, he cut off many of those who had harassed and plundered his Fellow subjects
Commerce - Lending at interest to Fellow Israelites was forbidden in Exodus 22:25 and Deuteronomy 23:19
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As to Jesus Himself, it cannot be denied that He so far shared the patriotic hopes of His Fellow-countrymen as to believe they were to be fulfilled in His own person (Luke 4:21; Luke 7:23; Luke 20:13)
Pride (2) - The types are eternally stigmatized who can thank God they are not as others are, who from the heights of their own complacency can look down on the supposed inferior spirituality of their Fellows (Luke 18:9 ff. Pride is an injury to the bond of brotherhood; it is disloyalty in the Christian household; it is a breach of Fellowship. The selfish despising of our Fellow-creatures is a contradiction of the law of love. ‘The Valley of Humiliation’; Longfellow’s ‘King Robert of Sicily’; Bp
Luke - 2), Luke is not referred to as a ‘fellow-prisoner,’ and there is consequently a presumption that he had accompanied St. -In favour of the Lucan authorship Harnack argues that the redactor of Acts, like Luke, was (1) a Fellow-worker with St
Acts of the Apostles - The two parts overlap each other; yet a clear division occurs at Acts 13:1 , from which point forwards the Pauline journeys are described by one who for a considerable part of them was a Fellow-traveller. From Acts 16:10 onwards, the writer, who never names himself, frequently betrays his presence as a Fellow-traveller by using the pronoun ‘we
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Servants attended him, "dogs" Lazarus; these showed more pity and sympathy than his Fellow men
Walk (2) - By the invitation ‘Come!’ Jesus expressed His warm sympathy with Peter in his desire for closer Fellowship with Him, and gave a pledge that He would support him in the enterprise of his faith. It is likewise used by our Lord of Peter’s working life (John 21:18 περιεπάτεις ὅπου ἤθελες, as when he had said to his Fellow-disciples, ‘I go a fishing,’ v
Elijah - The citizens, thus deceived, stone their Fellow-townsman to death
Government - Jehoiada relies on his personal influence and acts in concert with the chiefs of the army ( 2 Kings 11:1-21 ; 2 Kings 12:1-21 ), and even after the Exile Joshua is only the Fellow of Zerubbabel
Sabbath - In his characteristic refusal to allow such things to become a basis for judging Fellow believers, Paul seems, especially if Romans 14:5 refers to Sabbath keeping, a claim not unanimously accepted, to support one's freedom either to observe or not observe the Jewish sabbath, though he evidently continued to observe it for himself ( Acts 17:2 )
the Woman With the Issue of Blood - Sin has no Fellow
Pharisees - Tradition set aside moral duties, as a child's to his parents by" Corban"; a debtor's to his creditors by the Mishna treatise, Avodah Zarah (1:1) which forbade payment to a pagan three days before any pagan festival; a man's duty of humanity to his Fellow man by the Avodah Zarah (2:1) which forbids a Hebrew midwife assisting a pagan mother in childbirth (contrast Leviticus 19:18; Luke 10:27-29)
Diognetus, Epistle to - of a Syriac version of an almost identical discourse ascribed to one "Ambrosius, a chief man of Greece, who became a Christian, and all his Fellow-councillors raised a clamour against him
Abel - And if you would but determine to learn tonight of Cain and Abel; if you would but keep at home and dwell in the presence of your past sin, and in the presence of the Lord; if you would but build your house, and if God would but prepare your table, in the presence of your enemies; now that Christ's atoning blood has taken the place of Abel's accusing blood; now that Christ's peace-speaking blood is every day and every night being sprinkled from heaven upon His and other men's murderers,-you would even yet escape being a fugitive and a vagabond on the earth, and would be made a Fellow-citizen with the saints, and of the household of God
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Further, in his subjective consciousness a man tends to separate himself, both in his merits and in his defects, from his Fellow-men; but in objective reality men are so closely related to one another as to be involved in moral responsibility for one another. Saints as a whole must bear the blame for many of the conditions which make the criminal; and the saint will bear in his heart as a personal sorrow and shame the sins of his Fellow-men. By doing this he makes Fellowship with God, as He has been made known, impossible for himself. On the other hand, God has made provision for the realisation of Fellowship between Himself and man in spite of sin’ (The Epistles of St. Regarding the second declaration, he offers this explanation: ‘True Fellowship with Christ, Who is absolutely sinless, is necessarily inconsistent with sin; and, yet further, the practice of sin excludes the reality of a professed knowledge of Christ’ (ib
Colossians, Epistle to the - Paul’s anxiety in Colossians 4:11 to show how few among his helpers are of Jewish race-‘who alone of the circumcision are my Fellow-workers …’). Epaphras, is given the place of honour as ‘my Fellow-prisoner
Barnabas, Epistle of - Tradition, however, has ascribed it to Barnabas the Fellow-worker of St. Clement of Alexandria quotes it as the work of ‘the Apostolic Barnabas, who was one of the seventy and a Fellow-worker of Paul’ (Strom
the Unprofitable Servant - A ploughman may finish his tale of furrows, and may then give his Fellow-servant a hand in feeding his master's cattle, and may then take another and a willing hand in the work of the house, after which he will sit down to his supper with a sense of satisfaction over his hard day's work
Seventy (2) - They were Fellow-workers with the King, whose cause, even should they suffer tribulation, must prevail
the Penitent Thief - " That benediction of our blessed Lord did more to benumb the agony of body and mind in this thief than all the wine mingled with myrrh the women of Jerusalem had made for him and for his Fellows to drink that morning. And as his hardened companion still reviled our Lord hanging beside him, the now penitent thief looked across and said to his old companion and Fellow-malefactor the words that all the world knows
Stranger, Alien, Foreigner - The Gentile believers addressed in Ephesians had once been ξένοι τῶν διαθηκῶν τῆς ἐπαγγελιας (Ephesians 2:12), but are now συνπολῖται τῶν ἁγίων καὶ οἰκεῖοι τοῦ Θεοῦ (Ephesians 2:19), Fellow-citizens with full rights (cf. Philippians 3:20), and in household Fellowship with the family of God
Animals - " Thus, animals are owed some of the basic obligations we extend to Fellow human beings
Unbelief (2) - ’ If Luke 4:16 refers to a previous visit (which is unlikely), He will seek once more to win His Fellow-townsmen when (Matthew 13:53-54, Mark 6:1-2) He takes His stand in the synagogue at Nazareth
Wealth (2) - In acquiring wealth he will have regard to the rights and claims of his Fellowmen as much as to his own (Matthew 22:39; Matthew 7:12, Mark 12:31, Luke 6:31). Such a one will also relieve the needs of his Fellow-men, either by almsgiving or by personal ministration, or in some other way suggested by circumstances (Matthew 6:2-4; Matthew 19:21; Matthew 25:31-46, Mark 10:21, Luke 6:30; Luke 10:30-37; Luke 12:33
Gospel - The foreign nations, far from becoming her Fellow worshipers, remain Israel's oppressors
Lord's Supper, the - Further, the New Testament sets the context for the institution of the Last Supper by an emphasis on table Fellowship. Further, the feeding miracles of Jesus (Mark 6:31-44 ; 8:1-11 ) point not only to shared Fellowship but also to the future "messianic banquet" (see Isaiah 25:6-12 ). It is also the Fellowship of and in the new covenant, that is, of a relation with the Father through the Son and by the Spirit. To eat at the table of pagan gods is to Fellowship with demons and to make a mockery of the Lord's Supper, for in the Eucharist there is Fellowship with God in Christ and with Fellow believers in the body of Christ. " Paul could mean that to treat the sacramental bread and wine like any other food is sinful; or he could mean that the abuses at the common meal by the Corinthians reveals that they do not appreciate the true nature of the body of Christ (as the communion and Fellowship of believers in Christ). ...
The key theological elements of the Lord's Supper as it was celebrated in the early church are: (1) the proclamation of the death of Jesus through "memorial" and "remembrance" and a sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving; (2) the inauguration of the new covenant in the sacrificial blood of Jesus; (3) the participation and Fellowship in Christ unto the Father, and with one another in Christ; (4) the experiencing the firstfruit of the joy of the eschatological kingdom of God; (5) the presence of the Spirit of the Father to vivify; and (6) the presence of faith, which is faithful and obedient, in the hearts of believers
James - He was surnamed the Just by his Fellow-countrymen, and was greatly respected by all classes in Jerusalem
the Man Who Went Out to Borrow Three Loaves at Midnight - And not the Lord's Prayer only; but that richly-favoured disciple got for himself and for his Fellow-disciples and for us also, what we call the parable of the friend at midnight
the Widow With the Two Mites - I have another Fellow-communicant who calls on me annually with a pound. Tens and twenties of the finest young Fellows in the city; arts, law, medical, and divinity students; young merchants, young bankers, young advocates, young tradesmen,-all tabling the income of their districts, and all received with the applause of the elders sitting around
Family (Jesus) - Such was the impression of His Fellow-townsmen who saw Him in His daily life
Nazarene - " When the band of men and officers from the chief priests came to apprehend Christ in the garden, they enquired after the Lord under the same name, Jesus of Nazareth, (John 18:5) The servant maid in the hall of Pilate spoke of our Lord by the same name; for charging Peter as an accomplice, she said, "And this Fellow also was with Jesus of Galilee
Prophecy Prophet Prophetess - The author of Revelation speaks of the prophets as his Fellow-servants, and of the Church as made up of ‘saints, apostles, and prophets’ (Revelation 18:20), ‘prophets and saints’ Revelation 18:24), and ‘saints and prophets’ (1 Corinthians 16:6); and in such a connexion it is easy to understand how ecstasy might lead to a vivid realization of the circumstances of the Parousia
Nero - Paul appealed (Acts 25:11); it was also among the slaves and freedmen of his household that he found many of his Fellow-Christians in Rome (Philippians 4:22; cf
Mental Characteristics - Even when work pressed upon Him, and He ‘had no leisure so much as to eat’ (Mark 6:31), feeling the harvest waiting to be reaped was far too great for His little band of Fellow-labourers to cope with, He still spent what seems to have been an astonishingly large proportion of His time in seclusion. But He was likest them just where they were least representative of the race from which they sprang, just where they towered above their Fellow-countrymen and were least appreciated by the latter
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Ritschl says: ‘God, in forgiving or pardoning sins, exercises His will in the direction of not permitting the contradiction—expressed in guilt—in which sinners stand to Him to hinder that Fellowship of men with Him which He intends on higher grounds. Rather is it to be understood that the unforgiving man shows essential impenitence, or at best an uneducated conscience in respect of his relations with his Fellows. If the whole community is compelled to act, the utmost penalty inflicted is expulsion from the brotherhood, the only rights then remaining to the excommunicated person being the inalienable ones of a Fellow-man. This involves a full knowledge of circumstances and of the disposition of the inmost heart which no man can possess in relation to his Fellow-man
Miracles - In whatever age the revelation is given, succeeding ages can know it only from testimony; and, if they admit, on the report of their Fellow creatures, that God had inspired any being with the preternatural knowledge of his will, why should they deny that he had enabled the same being to heal the sick, or to cleanse the leprous? How, may it be asked, should the divine Teacher give a more direct and consistent proof of his preternatural commission, than by displaying those signs and wonders which mark the finger of God? That the Apostles could not be deceived, and that they had no temptation to deceive, has been repeatedly demonstrated. They could not deny the fact, but they imputed it to the agency of an infernal spirit: "This Fellow," said they, "doth not cast out devils, but by Beelzebub, the prince of the devils
Persecution - There he deals not with the State, or with his Fellow-citizens, but with God. We should traverse the Semitic world in vain for an attitude like that of Micaiah-ben-Imlah-‘what the Lord saith unto me, that will I speak’ (1 Kings 22:14)-when the king had given peremptory orders that he should fall in with his Fellow-prophets
Ezekiel - His priestly character gave him much weight with his Hebrew Fellow exiles
Repentance - The result of such sorrow in the community is seen in the punishment inficted on the guilty member; and once this has brought repentance to him also, he must be comforted by his Fellow-believers, lest he be overwhelmed by his pain
Widows - In both of these passages widows are brought before us as a needy class who were tended by the charity of their Fellow-believers
Marriage - The dilemma of their proper attitude and response is most real for the persons directly involved and for those closest to them, but the dilemma also exists for the larger circle of friends and Fellow church members
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The gift of a right relation with the Father through the Son in the Spirit, which is justification, creates a relationship for believers both with God and Fellow believers that they are to dedicate to righteousness in the sense of obeying Christ (Romans 6:12-14 ; cf
Joel, Theology of - Moreover, at some points in history, Israelites may themselves have been enslaved to Fellow Israelites
the Samaritan Who Shewed Mercy - And, had that been a half-dead man of Samaria, it would have been nothing wonderful to see the Samaritan traveller doing all that to his Fellow-countryman
Brotherhood (2) - God is at once Father and King; the brethren are both subjects and children, ‘fellow-citizens with the saints and of the household of God’ (Ephesians 2:19)
Lazarus - Yes: and if you saw a friend of yours in glory, and then saw also that he was to be summoned to lay aside his glory and to return to be a savour of death to so many of your Fellow-citizens, you could not but weep also
Philippi - Paul’s first Philippian audience consisted entirely of women (Acts 16:13); his first convert was a woman of influence, whose familia was baptized with her, and who became his hostess (Acts 16:14-15); and the only element in the Philippian Church which called for reproof in his letter was the variance of two prominent Christian ladies, both of whom he remembered gratefully as his Fellow-workers in the gospel (Philippians 4:2-3)
Nation (2) - Jesus warned His Fellow-countrymen against the leaven of Herod (Mark 8:15); and, in response to a crafty attempt to get rid of Him, described the tetrarch as a fox (Luke 13:32)
Belief (2) - The belief which man came to hold as to the animistic character of all objects whatsoever attained to vividness and certainty when applied to his Fellow-men. In this sphere there was certainty, for was there not the interchange of influence, of feeling and thought, between himself and his Fellows? Mutual help, power of working together, concerted action with friends and against enemies, the need of increased adaptation to the conditions of life, all conspired to raise belief in one’s Fellow-men to a dominant height
Methodists, Protestant - In the month of November that year, the latter being then Fellow of Lincoln College, began to spend some evenings in reading the Greek Testament, with Charles Wesley, student, Mr. Make full proof hereof, and we shall rejoice to receive you as a Fellow-labourer
Cyprianus (1) Thascius Caecilius - ) on their suffrages, and on the "judicium Dei," with the consensus of his Fellow bishops. ), and he, with a Fellow-deacon Augendus, a renegade bishop Repostus, and certain others, the five presbyters not among them, was presently excommunicated
Theodorus, Bishop of Mopsuestia - Theodore first appears as the early companion and friend of Chrysostom, his Fellow-townsman, his equal in rank, and but two or three years his senior in age. 383, in his 33rd year, the ordaining bishop being doubtless Flavian, Diodore's old friend and Fellow-labourer, whose "loving disciple" Theodore now became (John of Antioch, ap
Sanctification, Sanctify - By that ‘one offering he has perfected for ever them that are sanctified’ He has assured, for all who will accept it, till the world’s end, a full qualification for Fellowship with God ( Hebrews 10:14 ). Paul sees the sinner confronted by the Law of God, guilty and impotent; his Fellow-teacher sees him standing outside the temple of God, defiled and banned. recall-recall the teaching of Hebrews in speaking of ‘the propitiation’ made by our ‘Advocate,’ whose ‘blood cleanses from all sin’ and thus brings the sinner into ‘fellowship with the Father
Sabbath - What mainly marked them off from their Fellow-Jews was their testimony and declaration that ‘Jesus was the Christ’ (Acts 5:42; Acts 17:3; Acts 18:5)
Sympathy - The scope of the present article will be limited to the consideration how far the sympathy of Christ which made the redemption of the world possible was manifested in His dealings as the Son of Man with His Fellow-men
Law - The love of God is the true spring of the love of our Fellow men
Meals - As each guest reclined on his left elbow, the person next on his right on the same couch could be said to ‘recline in the bosom’ of his Fellow-guest
James, Epistle of - Paul may equally well be combating exaggerations of his Fellow-Apostle’s position, which indeed in itself must have appeared insufficient to him; we are reminded of the Judaizers ‘who came from James’ before the Council ( Acts 15:24 )
Money - Jesus provides a different perspective when asked to pay the temple tax, affirming that although he and his disciples are the sons of the divine King and need not pay the tax for God's temple, it should nevertheless still be paid so as not to offend Fellow Jews (Matthew 17:24-27 )
Old Testament in the New Testament, the - They were concerned to communicate with and convince their Fellow Jews, not just to nurture a private faith
Love - Caritas in turn gave rise to the ‘charity’ of the English Bible (Authorized Version ), in most passages used of love towards Fellow-Christians (cf. In the Fellowship of the first Christians among themselves the indirect operation of the new force introduced by Jesus into the hearts of His followers manifests itself clearly enough (Acts 2:41-47; Acts 4:32 ff
Golden Rule - Hillel’s concise reply to a Gentile inquirer who asked to be taught the whole Law while standing on one foot, was, ‘What is hateful to thee, do not unto thy Fellow-man; this is the whole law, the rest is mere commentary’ (Bab
Essenes - For a year they lived under discipline, then they were admitted to the solemn initiatory ablution which separated them from the world, and after other two years they received full privileges of table-fellowship. They bound themselves by a fearful oath to reverence God; to do justice; hurt no man voluntarily or on command; obey the officials; conceal nothing from Fellow-members, and divulge nothing of their affairs even at the risk of death; be honest and humble; communicate doctrines exactly as they had been received; and preserve carefully the sacred books and the names of the angels (ii
Confession - It is no ideal picture which he draws of his own conduct or of the life of his Fellow-Christians
Christian (the Name) - And the need evidently felt for some such designation as ‘Christian’ arose from two causes: (a) from the conspicuous extension of the new movement throughout the country and the city, and (b) more particularly from the predominance of Gentile Christians, who could not be provisionally grouped, like most of their Jewish Fellow-believers, with the community and worship of Judaism
Common Life - We have Him described as a carpenter, as one well known to His Fellow-townsmen, as one but little distinguished from His brothers and sisters (Matthew 13:55 f. That episode strikes the keynote of His life,—a life lived amid His Fellows, sharing their joys and sorrows, their trials and temptations, their feastings and their mournings
the Disobedient Prophet - And the old Bethelite himself was quite at home, hail-fellow-well-met, with the terrible preacher of that awakening morning
Wealth - But 2:14-17 makes plain that unless rich Christians use their wealth to help their poorer Fellow Christians they cannot claim to have saving faith
Judgments of God - Jortin justly observes, that there is usually much rashness and presumption in pronouncing that the calamities of sinners are particular judgments of God; yet, saith he, if from sacred and profane, from ancient and modern historians, a collection were made of all the cruel persecuting tyrants who delighted in tormenting their Fellow creatures, and who died not the common death of all men, nor were visited after the visitation of all men, but whose plagues were horrible and strange, even a sceptic would be moved at the evidence, and would be apt to suspect that it was the hand of God in it
Zechariah, Prophecy of - Jehovah owns Him as His Fellow, but His sword smote Him, and the sheep (the nation) were scattered, while the remnant were blessed
Coelestinus, Commonly Called Celestine, b.p. of Rome - " The council wrote to Celestine as their "fellow-minister" (Ep
Dionysius, Pseudo-Areopagita - The seventh is a much longer letter addressed to Polycarp in which he bids him answer the taunts of the Sophist Apollophanes by recalling the days when he and Dionysius were Fellow-students at Hierapolis and his own remark when they beheld the darkness of the Crucifixion: ταῦτα ὦ καλὲ Διονύσιε θείων ἀμοιβαὶ πραγμάτων
Matthias the Successor to Judas Iscariot - Give me for my minister, not Gabriel himself, but a Fellow-sinner who has been quickened together with Christ, and who can describe the process and the experience till my death-cold heart burns within me with the resurrection-life of Christ
Sabbath - What mainly marked them off from their Fellow-Jews was their testimony and declaration that ‘Jesus was the Christ’ (Acts 5:42; Acts 17:3; Acts 18:5)
Joannes, Bishop of Ephesus - 44) John mentions that Deuterius was 35 years his Fellow-labourer, and his successor in Caria
Minucius Felix, Marcus - The dialogue would seem to describe Minucius as a native of Cirta and Fellow-townsman of Fronto, of whom he speaks as "Cirtensis noster," while Octavius refers to him as "Fronto tuus
Passover (ii. in Relation to Lord's Supper). - In any case, in the time of our Lord, the Jewish Passover was an annual covenanting feast at which the nation’s covenant Fellowship with Jehovah was solemnly renewed. —(c) Once more, the Passover was a joyful social meal, the meal of Jewish brotherhood, in which the participants, as members of the Divine covenant, gave expression to their covenant Fellowship with one another as well as with Israel’s God. The Passover was not only a renewal of the covenant Fellowship with God, but a festive social meal at which the links of Jewish brotherhood were forged afresh. And the Lord’s Supper is the occasion of a glad spiritual communion of those who belong to the household of faith, both with Christ Himself—the Elder Brother and the Head—and with their Fellow-members in the one family of God
Plan - Peter and his Fellow-Apostles, on the day of Pentecost and long afterwards, were still unaware that their Master desired them to proclaim His message to the wider Gentile world
Inspiration - They rest the truth of the Holy Spirit's outpouring, Christ's resurrection, and the mystery of the admission of the Gentiles to be Fellow heirs in the gospel, on the Old Testament as infallible (Acts 2:16; Acts 2:25-33; 1 Corinthians 15:3-4; Romans 16:26)
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In the remaining occurrences, however, ‘offering,’ or its synonym ‘oblation,’ is used in a more extended application to denote a gift offered to God, as opposed to a secular gift, in the form of a present, bribe, or the like, to a Fellow-creature
Sin - Love, of God and of their Fellow-men, is more explicitly dwelt on as the motive power of human life ( Deuteronomy 6:5 ; Deuteronomy 10:12 etc
Ibas, Bishop of Edessa - Eulogius and Maras, thereupon, hastened to join their Fellow-conspirators at Constantinople, where they found a powerful party strongly hostile to the Eastern bishops, Theodoret in particular
Talents - It is, in fact, held by many that in the parable of the Pounds we have two parables blended together, one of which described how a nobleman was opposed in his efforts to obtain a kingdom by his Fellow-citizens, and how, having received the kingdom, he executed vengeance upon them
Economic Life - Throughout their history, however, the economic life of the people of Israel was at least in part governed by the laws of God which concerned the treatment of Fellow Israelites in matters of business and charity
Marriage - Such love rules out treating his wife like a child or servant; rather he assists her to be a "fellow-heir
Ten Commandments - Why should I treat my Fellow Israelites in a certain way? Because God has said that is the way in which I can express my covenant loyalty to him
Beda, Historian - Chad, and Sidfrid, the Fellow-pupil of St
Confession (of Christ) - Something is due to the shaping power of speech upon thought, but even more to the definite committal of oneself before one’s Fellows, and the kindling influences which come from the contact of soul with soul. The secret of the influence exerted by such confession lies not only in the appealing grace of the Lord whom we confess, but in the subtle and mysterious power of a believing and confessing heart over its Fellow
Dispersion - Paul and his Fellow-apostles; what further service it may be designed to render, in the form in which it now exists, is yet hidden in the counsels of the Eternal
Angels - They are not inferior deities, but Fellow-servants (σύνδουλοι) with man (Revelation 19:10; Revelation 22:9)
Michal, Saul's Daughter - And who can tell how many husbands here are in David's desolate case? Who can tell how many have to go out of their own homes to find the finest sympathy, and the fullest utterance, and the completest rest for their hearts? The wife see that her husband has not to go abroad to find his best friend, his most sympathetic and Fellow-feeling friend, and, above all, in his religion
Demoniac - "The Pharisees heard it," observes the Evangelist, "and they said, This Fellow doth not cast out devils but by Beelzebub, the prince of the devils
Games - They returned to their own homes in a triumphal chariot, and made their entrance into their native city, not through the gates which admitted the vulgar throng, but through a breach in the walls, which were broken down to give them admission; and at the same time to express the persuasion of their Fellow citizens, that walls are of small use to a city defended by men of such tried courage and ability
Heresy - ]'>[2] Justin Martyr, the Fellow countryman of Simon, has preserved to us some technical expressions of his followers
Philippians, Epistle to - He must have visited Philippi at least three times ( Acts 16:12 , 2 Corinthians 2:13 , Acts 20:6 ), and he always found his own love reciprocated by the Church, and experienced a unique joy in their Fellowship with him for the furtherance of the gospel ( Philippians 1:3-8 ). Paul refreshes his lonely spirit by perfect freedom of Fellowship with his favourite Church. Paul is constantly moved to thanksgiving for their generous Fellowship with him in the furtherance of the gospel from the beginning, and they are all ever on his heart where Christ dwells. An appeal is also made to them, by all that they have experienced of Christian love, to complete his joy by living in Fellowship, and to exhibit that unselfish mind which prompted Christ to come to earth and die for them. Christian perfection is still in the distance, but all who have been laid hold of by Christ must respond by striving eagerly for perfect Fellowship with Him. Possibly ‘yoke-fellow’ ( Philippians 4:3 ) refers to Epaphroditus, or more probably it should be translated ‘Synzygus,’ a proper name. Human thought has made few nobler flights into the mystery of redemption than Philippians 2:6-11 , but it is used to exalt the homely duty of sacrifice in the ministry of Fellowship
Predestination - Paul here reposes such confidence is the sovereignty of a God of grace and faithfulness; and he is confident that He who began a good work in him and his Fellow-believers ‘will perfect it until the day of Jesus Christ’ (Philippians 1:6)
Passover (i.) - Each man representing a Passover group killed his own sacrifice, the nearest priest caught the blood in his bowl, passed it to a Fellow-priest and he again to another, while each as he received the full bowl handed back an empty one
Priscillianus And Priscillianism, Priscillian - He hurried to the palace, though it was night, and agreed to unite with the bishops in church Fellowship. Holding an esoteric and exoteric doctrine they with some other theosophic sects affirmed falsehood allowable for a holy end; absolute veracity only binding between Fellow-members
Dispersion - Paul and his Fellow-apostles; what further service it may be designed to render, in the form in which it now exists, is yet hidden in the counsels of the Eternal
Paul - His Fellow-labourers aided him in his work, carrying the gospel to Colosse and Laodicea and other places which they could reach
Church - That this family is considered capable of an ordered extension is evident ( a ) from the steps immediately taken to fill a vacant post of authority ( Acts 1:25 ), and ( b ) from the way in which converts on receiving baptism are spoken of as added to a Fellowship ( Acts 2:47 AV Ethics - " The code expounded "holiness" in terms of love to God, the Fellow Israelite, and the neighbor, shown in honesty, integrity, and charity
Faith - Paul would express to his Fellow-countrymen in a word what was most precious to himself and them, he speaks not of ‘the faith’ but ‘the hope of Israel’ ( Acts 28:20 etc
Miracle - 16 and special provisions at key moments, most notably water from the rock 17:1-7; Numbers 10:1-13 ) and destruction of those who disobey God and challenge his appointed leaders (most notably the sudden deaths of Nadab and Abihu Leviticus 10:1-7 ; and the earthquake that swallows Korah and his Fellow rebels Numbers 16 )
Leadership - Care had been taken already in Deuteronomy to warn future kings against self-indulgence, against lifting themselves up above their Fellow countrymen
Elect, Election - At the same time, He is no less ready to assert the claims of His Fellow-countrymen to the rights which were theirs as the Divinely chosen people (ἠ σωτηρία ἐκ τῶν Ἰουδαίων ἐστίν, John 4:22; cf
Individual - The Book of Job is wholly occupied with the problem of the individual, even if this individual be supposed to stand for the nation; and no one has ever stated with greater splendour of imagination or intellectual daring his right to fair dealing, not only from his Fellow-men but from his God
Ethics - They bring him into close relation not only with his Fellow-men but with God
Lord's Prayer (i) - or one of his Fellow-workers, is maintained, for instance, by A
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John 15:6 (a) This fire is used by the Lord JESUS to describe the fierce criticism and the repudiation which Fellow-men will give to those who profess to be Christians, but live like sinners
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The relief-fund, the earliest attempt to organize and perpetuate Christian Fellowship, was not only a failure in itself, but must soon have disappeared in these social upheavals. The depth of the Apostle’s sympathy for the sufferings of his Fellow-countrymen may be gauged by the reasons on which he bases his claims on their behalf. Paul justifies us in assuming that he deliberately set himself the task of conciliating the jealousy of the Jewish Christians by establishing a bond of Fellowship and communion between them and the Gentile converts (2 Corinthians 8:4; 2 Corinthians 9:13; cf
Paul as a Man of Prayer - How happy to have been his Fellow-elder in Ephesus, his physician, his son in the Gospel
Angels (2) - ’ On this point the words of the angel are instructive which are recorded in Revelation 22:10 ‘I am a Fellow-servant with thee and with thy brethren the prophets, and with them that keep the words of this book. Hort says, ‘a glimpse of the Fellowship of angels with prophets and evangelists, and implicitly with the suffering Christians to whom St
Jacob - Your son will send home secret instructions to some old class-fellow who is now at the top of the law to effect a peace, if not forgiveness and reconciliation, at any price
Jonath - O thou wicked servant, I forgave thee all that debt, because thou desiredst me: shouldest not thou also have had compassion on thy Fellow-servant, even as I had pity on thee?...
Everybody has the Book of Jonah by heart
Theophilus, Bishop of Alexandria - During the demolition of various temples there were found hollow statues of bronze and wood, set against the walls, but capable of being entered by the priests, who thus carried on their impostures, which Theophilus explained to his pagan Fellow-citizens (Theod
Revelation of John, the - "The Fellow servant of angels and brother of prophets" (Revelation 22:9) is more likely to be the celebrated apostle John than any less known person bearing the name
Unity (2) - Jude (Judges 1:19), who speaks of some as ἀποδιορίζοντες, ‘marking themselves off’ from their Fellows; but apparently only in tone and conduct—there was no interruption of formal Fellowship: the murmurers still ‘feasted’ with the Church, and were present at its ἀγάπαι. His verdict upon schism, as the interruption of such unity, must be inferred—it is nowhere stated* Humility - —We are introduced here to the most powerful among the motives to humility, and to a relation deeper than any that influences us in the society of our Fellow-men. On no other terms is grace given or Fellowship with God possible
Dependence - Nor must we forget that this phenomenon is observable in Jesus’ relation to His Fellow-men
Sacrifice - He could not offer his own forfeited life to divine justice, but in the life of the innocent Fellow creature was found a suitable typical representative
Eli - All that my Fellow-men can see in me is not the envy of my heart, but that of my life
Aaron - The call of Isaiah, and the call of Jeremiah, and the call of Calvin, and the call of Knox, and the call of Bruce all remind us of Moses' noble modesty, his fear of his office, his fear of himself, and of his Fellow-men
Philanthropy - The immoral compromises which we so often make with ourselves become impossible when love unto the uttermost is the rule of our regard for our Fellow-men
Woman - Paul calls Euodia and Syntyche his Fellow workers ( Philippians 4:2-3 ) and frequently praises women as co-laborers in ministry (Romans 16:6,12 )
Revelation, the Book of - He was a “fellow partaker in the tribulation” which is “in Jesus,” who, because of his testimony to Jesus, was exiled to the island of Patmos (Revelation 1:4-70 NAS)
Evil - The stress in the Old Testament lies not on the conceptual, but in the practical outworking of a state of disharmony with God and one's Fellow humans
Trade And Commerce - The valuable fruit of this independence was seen in his power to rebut charges that were levelled at Fellow-apostles, who accepted a lawful material recompense for evangelistic work
Righteous, Righteousness - It will suffice to quote one which shows the unity of the Divine love in its two aspects of mercifulness and sternness—the parable of the king that took account of his servants and punished him who showed no mercy to his Fellow (Matthew 18:23-35)
Union With Christ - Thus, "in Christ" serves as the bond of unity within the Fellowship of believers. Thus, the clue to understanding the concept of Fellowship with Christ is found in the phrase "in the Spirit. Although the corporate meaning of the formula is important, this does not preclude the apostle's emphasis on personal faith-union and Fellowship with Christ. "In Christ" is used in a way that is similar to Paul's understanding of Christians being Fellow members of the body of Christ. Fellowship with Christ is Fellowship with God (Romans 8:11 ; cf
Government - The judge was probably an individual of great prestige among his Fellow-tribesman, and as such would be able to negotiate with the central government on behalf of his people
Jesus Christ, Name And Titles of - " The church is the object of Christ's love and redemption, called to have Fellowship with him and to continue his work on work. Their restraint in predicating full deity of Jesus is due, among other thing, to his humanity (which the good news of the incarnation [8]6; was bound to emphasize ) and to their theological sophistication: Jews imbued with the sacred truth of God's oneness—Deuteronomy 6:4 , "the Lord is one, " rang out daily in worship—were not so callow as to label Fellow humans "God
Sin - If sin is lack of love for God, it is also hate or indifference toward Fellow humans
Galatians Epistle to the - They on their side commended the work he had already done amongst Gentiles, and treated him as a Fellow-apostle (Galatians 2:1-10)
Money (2) - In the parable of the Unmerciful Servant (Matthew 18:23-35) the one servant owes the king 10,000 talents, or nearly two-and-a-half millions of our money—an enormous sum, of which the 100 denarii (= £4) owed him by his Fellow-servant represents but an insignificant fraction (1/6000)
Barnabas, Epistle of - Clement of Alexandria bears witness to it as the work of "Barnabas the apostle"—"Barnabas who was one of the seventy disciples and the Fellow-labourer of Paul"—"Barnabas who also preached the Gospel along with the apostle according to the dispensation of the Gentiles" ( Strom
Absolution - The effectiveness of all such dealing has a natural basis in the fact of experience that a man’s judgment of himself is greatly influenced by the judgment of his Fellow-men. But very early in the history of the Church it became customary for those who, after baptism, had fallen into gross sins, especially the sins of idolatry, adultery, or murder, to be cut off from Fellowship, and to be readmitted after repentance manifested by public confession in the church. What comforts and assures in time of soul-trouble is the word or sign of acknowledgment from the Christian company speaking by those who truly represent it—those who are truly called of God to the ministry, or who are shown by their goodness to be in the Fellowship of God
Prayer - He who believes the Scriptures will, however, be encouraged by the declaration that "the effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man," for his Fellow creatures, "availeth much;" and he who demands something beyond mere authoritative declaration, as he cannot deny that prayer is one of those instruments by which another may be benefited, must acknowledge that, like the giving of counsel, it may be of great utility in some cases, although it should fail in others; and that as no man can tell how much good counsel may influence another, or in many cases say whether it has ultimately failed or not, so it is with prayer
Jeremiah - Indications of affinity or friendship with some of the actors in it occur in the sameness of names: Jeremiah's father bearing the name of Hilkiah, Josiah's high priest; his uncle that of Shallum, Huldah's husband (Jeremiah 32:7; compare 2 Kings 22:14); Ahikam, Jeremiah's protector (Jeremiah 26:24), was also the Fellow worker with Huldah in the revival; moreover Maaseiah, governor of Jerusalem, sent by Josiah as ally of Hilkiah in repairing the temple (2 Chronicles 34:8), was father of Neriah, the father of both Baruch and Seraiah, Jeremiah's disciples (Jeremiah 36:4; Jeremiah 51:59)
Leucius, Author of n.t. Apocryphal Additions - In the Muratorian Fragment the request is urged by the apostle's Fellow-bishops in Asia; he asks them to fast three days, begging for a revelation of God's will, and then it is revealed to Andrew that John is to write
Wisdom - … This plan or organism of principles may be idealized, and regarded as animated and active, and have consciousness attributed to it, … it may become the Fellow of God … it may be described as “playing” before God, in the joyous consciousness of power and capacity, and having its delights with the children of men
Individualism - No man is ever so much wiser and better than his Fellows that he can have the right in any capacity to take over the regulation of their lives, and the very goal of history is to teach the folly and wickedness of any body of men trying to bear rule over others,—a philosophy of history somewhat akin to St. Individualism is as little satisfied as Socialism with twelve millionaires dining at one end of London and finding the cultivated globe too small to please their palates, and at the other a million and a half of their Fellow-creatures not knowing whether they will have any dinner at all
Judas Iscariot (2) - Eight of these passages refer to Judas; in two (John 6:71; John 13:26) his father Simon is called Iscariot; once (John 14:22) his Fellow-Apostle is distinguished from his more famous namesake as ‘not the Iscariot
Honorius, Flavius Augustus, Emperor - Civic banishment and exclusion from society was decreed on bishops and clergy deprived or degraded by their Fellow-clergy for seditious conduct (XVI
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But man was without a Fellow creature of his own species; wherefore God said, "It is not good for man to be alone; I will make him a help meet for him
Humility - —We are introduced here to the most powerful among the motives to humility, and to a relation deeper than any that influences us in the society of our Fellow-men. On no other terms is grace given or Fellowship with God possible
Hebrews - It is no small satisfaction to reflect, that those who have denied either the genuineness or the originality of this epistle have always supposed it to have been written or translated by some Fellow labourer or assistant of St
Sacrifice - The popular idea of a union cemented by blood in its physical and literal character was beginning to be challenged in the early monarchy; the higher theology of the age was already excluding the idea of God as a Fellow-guest, and offerings were regarded as worthless without obedience (cf
Galatia - Paul got some of his Fellow-workers (Acts 16:1; Acts 20:4)
Lord's Day - The Jewish Christian who met with his Fellow-Christians on the Lord’s Day still observed the Sabbath of his fathers
Gospels (2) - Paul’s contemporary Fellow-Christians have understood by ‘I received of the Lord’? The answer is supplied by parallel phrases in the Book of the Acts, and by what we learn from that book and other sources as to the ministry of prophets in the Apostolic Church
Matthew, Gospel According to - In relation to their Fellow-men they were to cultivate humility, and to suppress self-assertiveness (Matthew 18:1-14); to exercise forgiveness (Matthew 18:15; Matthew 18:21-35); to be slow to judge their Fellows (Matthew 7:1-5); to do to others what they would have done to themselves (Matthew 7:12)
Terah - And Abram's first baptism of suffering was not so much the leaving of his fatherland; it was much more the death of Terah his father and his Fellow-traveller
Boyhood of Jesus - Possibly Joseph and Mary joined their Fellow-travellers from Galilee, in the belief that the Child, who would know the time and point of departure, was among the younger pilgrims
Jeremiah - Jewish tradition relates that he died at the hands of his incensed Fellow-exiles
Job - ’ Zophar , who is probably the youngest, is very differently estimated, one scholar designating him as a rough noisy Fellow, another regarding him as a philosopher of the agnostic type
Apocalypse - of John]'>[16]7 that he would not be accepted by his Fellow-countrymen as a prophet, as to the necessity of eluding the hostility and even the suspicion of the Syrian authorities
Ascension of Isaiah - Meanwhile Belchira, a brother of the false prophet Zedekiah, son of Chenaanah, accuses Isaiah and his Fellow-prophets to the king, of prophesying evil against Jerusalem, and claiming to have seen God, and calling Jerusalem Sodom, and the princes the people of Gomorrah (2:12-3:10)
Acts of the Apostles (Apocryphal) - -In a correspondence with his Fellow-bishops, Idacius and Creponius, Turribius discusses the literature of the Manichaeans and Priscillianists
Methodists - John Wesley, being then Fellow of Lincoln College, began to spend some evenings in reading the Greek Testament with Charles Wesley, student, and Mr
Abram - The bondwoman and her son being cast out, represented also the expulsion of the unbelieving Jews from the church of God, which was to be composed of true believers of all nations, all of whom, whether Jews or Gentiles, were to become "fellow heirs
Trade And Commerce - The valuable fruit of this independence was seen in his power to rebut charges that were levelled at Fellow-apostles, who accepted a lawful material recompense for evangelistic work
Romans, Epistle to the - It is to secure Fellow-workers that the Apostle explains so fully the gospel which he is eager to proclaim in Spain and in neighbouring provinces. There can no longer be any question of establishing a claim on God by merit, or of superiority over our Fellows. We have no right to judge, and we must not force our practices on our Fellows
Atonement - Although found only once in the NT (Romans 5:11) and there in the Authorized Version alone, this word has become the elect symbol in theological thought to indicate the doctrine in the Apostolic Church which placed the death of Christ in some form of causative connexion with the forgiveness of sins and with the restoration of men to favour and Fellowship with God. This conception, abhorrent to the Jewish mind and a sufficient ground for rejecting the Messianic claims of Jesus, is the assertion of the vicarious principle of the righteous one suffering for the unrighteous many and also the sign of a Divine Fellowship. Paul’s preaching carries us no further towards a knowledge of any reasoned doctrine of atonement than the position reached in the preaching of his Fellow-apostles-that ‘Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures
Revelation (2) - The ‘mystery of Christ,’ as he calls it, that the Gentiles are Fellow-heirs of the gospel—this was ‘made known’ to him ‘by revelation’ (Ephesians 3:3). But for him the sense of ‘realized Fellowship with the unseen’ (cf
Roads And Travel - ]'>[3] ‘love of strangers [4]’) in such passages is intended the entertainment, not of Fellow-citizens, but of strangers from a distance
Josephus - As he describes the period in such minute detail, we naturally ask whether he ever alludes to that powerful movement amongst his Fellow-countrymen; and his mention of the slaying of John the Baptist prompts the question whether he records the Crucifixion of Jesus and the martyrdom of His disciples
John Epistles of - The ethical thesis, ‘Without walking in light, more specially defined as love of the brethren, there can be no Fellowship with God,’ is developed in the sections 1 John 1:5 to 1 John 2:17, 1 John 2:28(?)1 John 3:24, 1 John 4:7-21. -The introduction states the writer’s purpose-to rekindle the true joy of Fellowship in his readers, by recalling the old message of Life, which has been from the beginning, and of late has been manifested in Jesus, the Son of God (1 John 1:1-4). As the light must shine, so it is of His essence to reveal Himself to those whom He has made to share His Fellowship. Fellowship with Light is only possible for those who ‘walk in light. ’ To claim Fellowship, and go on committing deeds of darkness, is to tell a lie. Faith in Jesus as the Christ is the test of Fellowship with God. These lead to Fellowship with Him. Love is the proof of Fellowship with God, for God is Love. And Jewish Christians could expect nothing but the bitterest hostility from their Fellow-countrymen
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Yet general principles are of more importance than economic theories which must necessarily shift with changing conditions of life; and Socialism, defined as the principle of Fellowship, may safely claim to be an integral part of Christianity, working itself out in one age through feudalism and canon law, in another through representative government and factory legislation, and tending, through the improvement of individual character, to the ideal state. , of the Kingdom explain the nature of the Christian Fellowship, its inclusiveness (e. This is characteristic of the early Fathers also (see below, ‘Patristic Teaching’); the conditions of society were to be accepted, and men were to do their duty in them, although the Christian Fellowship was working out towards a higher ideal (e. Carlyle says, ‘is dominated by the sense of the claims of the brotherhood,’ and the Christian man is bound to use his property to relieve the wants of his Fellow-man. ’ Membership in the Church meant the admission into a Fellowship in which the rich man became poorer and the poor man richer; in which the stranger, the outcast, and the slave were welcomed and loved as brothers. Thomas Aquinas; just as the modern trade unionist finds that the great Christian trade gilds were carrying out his principles of Fellowship even among the peasantry before the modern era began
Freedom of the Will - Obviously this means that he will always act in full recognition of his Fellow-members
Authority in Religion - From it arise all the relations of the creature to the Creator, and to his Fellow-creatures, with the duties and the privileges that inhere in them, or that, in the wisdom of God, are, from time to time and under the particular circumstances, attached to them
Divinity of Christ - If it be the case that His disciples ‘caressed Him in the most familiar manner as a Fellow-human being’ (Crooker, NT Views of Jesus, p. 25), the statement is crudely one-sided, since the familiar Fellowship He vouchsafed, as is very evident, is but the framework of an intimate disillusionment on the part of His followers, and a growing revelation on His part
Eusebius (60), Bishop of Nicomedia - We learn on good authority, that of Arius himself, that they were Fellow-disciples of Lucian of Antioch (ib
Paul - "Away with such a Fellow from the earth," the multitude now shouted; "it is not fit that he should live
New Jerusalem - Paul has a similar thought when speaking of the Ephesians: ‘Ye are Fellow-citizens with the saints, and of the household of God, being built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Christ Jesus himself being the chief corner stone’ (Ephesians 2:19-20)
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So entirely had the Catholics ceased to regard the Montanists as Christian brethren that, as stated by the Anonymous, when persecution by the common enemy threw confessors from both bodies together, the orthodox persevered till their final martyrdom in refusing to hold intercourse with their Montanist Fellow-sufferers; dreading to hold any friendship with the lying spirit who animated them
Papias - A Gospel so composed made no claim to comparison, as regards the order of the Lord’s sayings (so far as it recorded them), with a Gospel written by one of Peter’s Fellow-disciples on a different principle, that of collecting the weighty utterances of the Lord (τὰ λόγια), disposed in orderly grouping
Prophet - His perfect sinlessness rendered possible uninterrupted Fellowship with God, and guaranteed the perfection of the message He delivered. For not only is there found in Him a man called of God to receive communications from heaven and to give them forth, when received, to his Fellow-men, but in Him we have God revealing Himself directly to His creatures
Incarnation (2) - On the other hand, man is like God, capable of communion with Him, as one person is with another, finding in that Fellowship his true life. This quality is to be sought, and is found, in all the relations in which Jesus stood to His Fellowmen and to God. Nothing less than complete mutual indwelling and perfect mutual joy of Fellowship are unveiled to us in the communings between Jesus and God, to which the narratives reverently admit us. ...
(2) Between Jesus and His Fellow-men the relations are no less perfect. ...
We conclude, then, that Jesus was good, not merely as being one of a class of men upon whom we may pass this verdict without setting them thereby apart from their Fellows, but as standing alone in the completeness of His ethical achievement
Ambrosius of Milan - Ambrose could not bear that his Fellow-believers should be thus humiliated
Athanasius, Archbishop of Alexandria - "There could be no Fellowship," he wrote, "between the Catholic church of Christ and the heresy that was fighting against Him. Gregory, they knew, was an Arian, and therefore acceptable to the Eusebian party: he was a Fellow-countryman of Philagrius
Basilides, Gnostic Sect Founder - According to Epiphanius (62 B, 68 D, 69 A), he had been a Fellow-disciple of Menander with Saturnilus at Antioch in Syria; but this is evidently an arbitrary extension of Irenaeus's remarks on the order of doctrines to personal relations
Christ in Reformation Theology - Luther and his Fellow-Reformers always refused to take this limited way of regarding the Divinity of Christ
Christ in the Early Church - The Son of God existed before all creation, and was God’s Fellow-counsellor in the work of creation (Simil
Christianity - In their view a living religion has hardened into a technical theology, vital union with Christ has passed into submission to the ordinances of a fast deteriorating Church, and the happy Fellowship of believers in a common salvation and the enjoyment of a new life has almost disappeared under the heavy bondage of ceremonial observances and ecclesiastical absolutism. ...
The substitution of the worship of the Virgin Mary as an intercessor with her Divine Son for reverent intercourse with Christ Himself; the offering of the sacrifice of the Mass by an officiating priest for the benefit of the living and the dead, instead of a simple observance of communion with Christ and Fellow-disciples at the Lord’s Table; the obtaining of absolution only after private confession to a priest Divinely appointed to dispense it, in place of free and direct forgiveness granted to the penitent believer in Christ,—changes like these made in a religion are not slight and superficial
Authority of Christ - Parallel considerations apply to the belief in possession which Jesus undoubtedly shared with His Fellow-countrymen, and in fact with His contemporaries generally
Chrysostom, John, Bishop of Constantinople - Two of his Fellow pupils under Libanius, Maximus, afterwards bp
Eusebius of Caesarea - After all allowance for the exaggerations of the Athanasian party, from whom our knowledge is chiefly derived, the proceedings will still remain an undying shame to Eusebius of Nicomedia and his Fellow-intriguers
Jerusalem - Aside, in a corner, the Arab butcher is slaughtering some animal, suspended by the legs from a wall in ruins: from his haggard and ferocious look, and his bloody hands, you would suppose that he had been cutting the throat of a Fellow creature, rather than killing a lamb
Synods - And while they complained that the bishops of the west should disturb the whole church, on account of one or two troublesome Fellows, they accused them of arrogantly attempting to establish a new law for the purpose of empowering themselves to reexamine what had been already determined. " Here neither canon nor Scripture is referred to; while it is left optional with the assembly whether deference was or was not to be paid to Julius, who is simply styled συνεπισκοπος , "a Fellow bishop. 407, so far were they from making any allusion to the doctrine of an appeal to the Roman see; that they distinctly disclaimed the thought of such a prerogative, and only sought the Fellowship of a common arbitration
Julianus, Flavius Claudius, Emperor - Two of the most distinguished of his familiars among his Fellow-students at this time were the future bishops Basil and Gregory Nazianzen, then as always close and intimate friends
Tertullianus, Quintus Septimius Florens - A certain soldier refused the donativum of Severus and Caracalla, publicly declined the laurel crown accepted by his Fellow-soldiers, and proclaimed himself a Christian
Mahometanism - However, Mahomet was not wanting to himself; but boldly continued to preach to the public assemblies at the pilgrimage, and gained several proselytes; and among them six of the inhabitants of Yathreb, of the Jewish tribe of Khazraj; who, on their return home, failed not to speak much in recommendation of their new religion, and exhorted their Fellow-citizens to embrace the same