What does Immensity mean in the Bible?

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1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Immensity
(Latin: immensus, boundless)
The attribute of God by which we understand Him not to be circumscribed by any place. By His substance He is in every place, He permeates all things, in heaven and on earth; and He is infinitely greater so that He, by His very substance could permeate a thousand other worlds which might be created by Him.
Charles Buck Theological Dictionary - Immensity
Unbounded or incomprehensible greatness; and unlimited extension, which no finite and determinate space, repeated ever so often, can equal.
See INFINITY OF GOD.

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Vastidity - ) Vastness; Immensity
Vast - ) A waste region; boundless space; Immensity
Jehovah - It implies every perfection of the divine nature, in the eternity, Immensity, sovereignty, omnipotency, invisibility, etc
Legion - The expression, "twelve legions of angels," Matthew 26:53 , illustrate the Immensity of the heavenly host, and their zealous devotion to Christ
God - ; and incommunicable, which cannot be so imparted: independence, immutability, Immensity, and eternity. They are by some also divided into natural attributes, eternity, Immensity, etc
Attributes of God - The communicable ones are those of which there is some resemblance in men; as goodness, holiness, wisdom, &c: the incommunicable ones are such as there is no appearance or shadow of in men; as independence, immutability, Immensity, and eternity
World - ) As an emblem of Immensity, a great multitude or quantity; a large number
Sarids - Now called Sart, a city of Asia Minor, formerly the capital of Croesus king of Lydia, proverbial for the Immensity of his wealth
Heaven - In the Immensity of his GODHEAD, and the ubiquity of his nature and essence, he is every where; and, consequently, that place is heaven where JEHOVAH'S presence, in grace, and favour, and glory, is manifested
Maria of Jesus - Inasmuch as no efficacious and complete decree of this temporal generation could exist without at the same time including his Mother, and such a Mother, the most holy Mary, was then and there conceived within that beautiful Immensity, and Her eternal record was written in the bosom of the Divinity, in order that for all the ages it should never be blotted out
Agreda, Maria de - Inasmuch as no efficacious and complete decree of this temporal generation could exist without at the same time including his Mother, and such a Mother, the most holy Mary, was then and there conceived within that beautiful Immensity, and Her eternal record was written in the bosom of the Divinity, in order that for all the ages it should never be blotted out
Sop - And just because of the Immensity of meaning that lay in Christ’s gift was the awfulness of its result
Servant of the Lord, the - ...
Almost more remarkable than the Immensity of the task that the Servant must perform is the description of the way He is to do it
Ararat - From the spot on which I stood, it appeared as if the hugest mountains of the world had been piled upon each other, to form this one sublime Immensity of earth, and rock, and snow
Eternity - As he fills all space with his Immensity, he fills all duration with his eternity; and with him eternity is nunc stans, a permanent now, incapable of the relations of past, present, and future
God - Barrow, "we mean a Being of infinite wisdom, goodness, and power, the Creator and the Governor of all things, to whom the great attributes of eternity and independency, omniscience and Immensity, perfect holiness and purity, perfect justice and veracity, complete happiness, glorious majesty, and supreme right of dominion belong; and to whom the highest veneration, and most profound submission and obedience are due. It includes necessity of being, independency, perfect unity, simplicity, Immensity, eternity, immortality; the most perfect life, knowledge, wisdom, integrity, power, glory, bliss, and all these in the highest degree
Paul the Aged - It is our bounden duty to read a Greek or a Roman masterpiece now and then, such as the Phœdo or the Cato, if only to awaken ourselves again to the Immensity of the change that came into this world with the Incarnation and the Resurrection of our Lord
Koran - Accordingly, when they would represent to us the happiness of heaven, they describe it, not by any thing minute and particular, but by something general and great; something that, without descending to any determinate object, may at once by its beauty and Immensity excite our wishes, and elevate our affections
Person of Christ - But although He put into the title an Immensity of meaning which burst its real limits, and in a sense antiquated it, yet the historic name remains to teach that the hopes of men towards God have not been vain, and that it is through a personal Deliverer that God’s redemption comes