What does Injury mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
κακόν of a bad nature. / of a mode of thinking 1
חֲבָל֙ hurt 1
מֵחֳלִ֥י sickness. 1
לְשִׁבְרֶ֔ךָ breaking 1

Definitions Related to Injury

H2483


   1 sickness.
   

H2257


   1 hurt, damage, Injury.
   

H7667


   1 breaking, fracture, crushing, breach, crash, ruin, shattering.
      1a breaking, fracture, shattering, crushing.
      1b crashing.
      1c breaking (of a dream), interpretation.
      1d quarries.
      

G2556


   1 of a bad nature.
      1a not such as it ought to be.
   2 of a mode of thinking, feeling, acting.
      2a base, wrong, wicked.
   3 troublesome, injurious, pernicious, destructive, baneful.
   

Frequency of Injury (original languages)

Frequency of Injury (English)

Dictionary

King James Dictionary - Injury
IN'JURY, n. L. injuria in and jus,juris, right.
1. In general, any wrong or damage done to a man's person, rights, reputation or goods. That which impairs the soundness of the body or health, or gives pain, is an injury. That which impairs the mental faculties, is an injury. These injuries may be received by a fall or by other violence. Trespass, fraud, and non-fulfillment of covenants and contracts are injuries to rights. Slander is an injury to reputation, and so is cowardice and vice. Whatever impairs the quality or diminishes the value of goods or property, is an injury. We may receive injury by misfortune as well as by injustice. 2. Mischief detriment. Many times we do injury to a cause by dwelling on trifling arguments.
3. Any diminution of that which is good, valuable or advantageous.
Holman Bible Dictionary - Injury
An act that hurts, damages, or causes loss; the result of such an act. Old Testament law provided two responses to injuries; retaliation in kind (“eye for eye, tooth for tooth” (Exodus 21:24 ) and compensation. For example, if the victim of an assault was confined to bed, the assailant was to pay the injured party for time lost from work as well as “health care” expenses to ensure recovery (Exodus 21:22 ). If an owner caused a slave to loose an eye or a tooth, the slave was to be freed as compensation for the loss (Exodus 21:26 ). Physical injuries excluded priests from service at the altar (Leviticus 21:19 ). As part of the Hasmonean intrigue, Aristobulus had the ears of his uncle Hyrcanus II mutilated to disqualify him from priestly service (40 B.C.). The extended use of the term is evidenced by Proverbs 8:36 where those who miss wisdom injure themselves and Romans 14:15 where Paul warned the Roman Christians not to injure other Christians for the sake of food (compare Galatians 4:12 ).
Charles Buck Theological Dictionary - Injury
A violation of the rights of another. Some, says Grove, distinguish between injustitia and injuria. Injustice is opposed to justice in general, whether negative or positive;an injury to negative justice alone.
See JUSTICE. An injury, is wilfully doing to another what ought not to be done. this is injustice, too, but not the whole idea of it; for it is injustice, also to refuse or neglect doing what ought to be done. An injury must be wilfully committed; whereas it is enough to make a thing unjust, that it happens through a culpable negligence.
1. We may injure a person in his soul, by misleading his judgment; by corrupting the Imagination; perverting the will; and wounding the soul with grief. Persecutors who succeed in their compulsive measures, though they cannot alter the real sentiments by external violence, yet sometimes injure the soul by making the man a hypocrite.
2. We may injure another in his body, by homicide, murder, preventing life, dismembering the body by wounds, blows, slavery, and imprisonment, or any unjust restraint upon its liberty; by robbing it of its chastity, or prejudicing its health.
3. We may injure another in his name and character, by our own false and rash judgments of him; by false witness; by charging a man to his face with a crime which either we ourselves have forged, or which we know to have been forged by some other person; by detraction or backbiting; by reproach, or exposing another for some natural imbecility either in body or mind; or for some calamity into which he is fallen, or some miscarriage of which he has been guilty; by inuendos, or indirect accusations that are not true. Now if we consider the value of character, the resentment which the injurious person has of such treatment when it comes to his own turn to suffer it, the consequence of a man's losing his good name, and finally, the difficulty of making reparation, we must at once see the injustice of lessening another's good character. There are these two considerations which should sometimes restrain us from speaking the whole truth of our neighbour, when it is to his disadvantage.
(1.) That he may possibly live to see his folly, and repent and grow better.
(2.) Admitting that we speak the truth, yet it is a thousand to one but, when it is handed about for some time, it will contract a deal of falsehood.
4. We may injure a person in his relations and dependencies. In his servants, by corrupting them; in his children, by drawing them into evil courses; in his wife, by sowing strife, attempting to alienate her affections.
5. We may be guilty of injuring another in his worldly goods or possessions.
1. By doing him a mischief, without any advantage to ourselves, through envy and malice.
2. By taking what is another's, which is theft.
See Grove's Mor. Phil. ch. 8. p. 2; Watts's Sermons, vol. 2: ser. 33; Tillotson's Sermons, ser. 42.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Injure, Injurious, Injury
A — 1: ἀδικέω (Strong's #91 — Verb — adikeo — ad-ee-keh'-o ) akin to Nos. 2 and 3, under INIQUITY, is usually translated either "to hurt," or by some form of the verb "to do wrong." In the AV of Galatians 4:12 , it is rendered "ye have (not) injured me," which the RV corrects, both in tense and meaning, to "ye did (me no) wrong." See HURT.
B — 1: ὑβριστής (Strong's #5197 — Noun Masculine — hubristes — hoo-bris-tace' ) "a violent, insolent man" (akin to C), is translated "insolent" in Romans 1:30 , RV, for AV, "despiteful;" in 1 Timothy 1:13 , "injurious." See DESPITEFUL , INSOLENT.
C — 1: ὕβρις (Strong's #5196 — Noun Feminine — hubris — hoo'-bris ) see HARM , A, No. 4.

Sentence search

Revenged - Punished in return for an Injury spitefully punished. The Injury is revenged
Tort - ) Any civil wrong or Injury; a wrongful act (not involving a breach of contract) for which an action will lie; a form of action, in some parts of the United States, for a wrong or Injury. ) Mischief; Injury; calamity
Injury - That which impairs the soundness of the body or health, or gives pain, is an Injury. That which impairs the mental faculties, is an Injury. Slander is an Injury to reputation, and so is cowardice and vice. Whatever impairs the quality or diminishes the value of goods or property, is an Injury. We may receive Injury by misfortune as well as by injustice. Many times we do Injury to a cause by dwelling on trifling arguments
Revenge - To inflict pain or Injury in return for an Injury received. According to modern usage, to inflict pain deliberately and maliciously, contrary to the laws of justice and humanity, in return for Injury, pain or evil received to wreak vengeance spitefully on one who injures or offends. We say, to revenge an Injury or insult, or with the reciprocal pronoun, to revenge ourselves on an enemy or for an Injury, that is, to take vengeance or satisfaction. Return of an Injury the deliberate infliction of pain or Injury or a person in return for an Injury received from him. According to modern usage, a malicious or spiteful infliction of pain or Injury, contrary to the laws of justice and christianity, in return for an Injury or offense. The passion which is excited by an Injury done or an affront given the desire of inflicting pain on one who has done an Injury as, to glut revenge
Harm - ) That which causes Injury, damage, or loss. ) Injury; hurt; damage; detriment; misfortune
Traumatism - ) A wound or Injury directly produced by causes external to the body; also, violence producing a wound or Injury; as, rupture of the stomach caused by traumatism
Blackmailing - ) The act or practice of extorting money by exciting fears of Injury other than bodily harm, as Injury to reputation
Conservatory - ) That which preserves from Injury. ) A place for preserving anything from loss, decay, waste, or Injury; particulary, a greenhouse for preserving exotic or tender plants. ) Having the quality of preserving from loss, decay, or Injury
Revenge - ) To inflict Injury for, in a spiteful, wrong, or malignant spirit; to wreak vengeance for maliciously. ) To inflict harm in return for, as an Injury, insult, etc. ; to exact satisfaction for, under a sense of Injury; to avenge; - followed either by the wrong received, or by the person or thing wronged, as the object, or by the reciprocal pronoun as direct object, and a preposition before the wrong done or the wrongdoer. ) The disposition to revenge; a malignant wishing of evil to one who has done us an Injury
Injustice - See Injury
Disservice - ) Injury; mischief
Endamagement - ) Damage; Injury; harm
Assythment - ) Indemnification for Injury; satisfaction
Aggrievance - ) Oppression; hardship; Injury; grievance
Danger - Peril risk hazard exposure to Injury, loss, pain or other evil. ...
DANGER, To put in hazard to expose to loss or Injury
Endangered - Exposed to loss or Injury
Misbede - ) To wrong; to do Injury to
Conservable - ) Capable of being preserved from decay or Injury
Conservancy - ) Conservation, as from Injury, defilement, or irregular use
Conservatrix - ) A woman who preserves from loss, Injury, etc
Wound - : An Injury, hurt, damage, detriment, or the like, to feeling, faculty, reputation, etc. ) An Injury to the person by which the skin is divided, or its continuity broken; a lesion of the body, involving some solution of continuity. ) To hurt the feelings of; to pain by disrespect, ingratitude, or the like; to cause Injury to. ) A hurt or Injury caused by violence; specifically, a breach of the skin and flesh of an animal, or in the substance of any creature or living thing; a cut, stab, rent, or the like
Self-Preservation - ) The preservation of one's self from destruction or Injury
Revengement - Revenge return of an Injury
Blastment - ) A sudden stroke or Injury produced by some destructive cause
Amends - ) Compensation for a loss or Injury; recompense; reparation
Safely - ) In a safe manner; danger, Injury, loss, or evil consequences
Blasty - ) Causing blast or Injury
Jeopardize - ) To expose to loss or Injury; to risk; to jeopard
Mischief - Harm hurt Injury damage evil, whether intended or not. Intentional Injury harm or damage done by design
Atonement - ) Satisfaction or reparation made by giving an equivalent for an Injury, or by doing of suffering that which will be received in satisfaction for an offense or Injury; expiation; amends; - with for
Sea Risk - Risk of Injury, destruction, or loss by the sea, or while at sea
Hardship - ) That which is hard to hear, as toil, privation, Injury, injustice, etc
Repairing - Restoring to a sound state rebuilding making amends for loss or Injury
Cheek - Smiting on the cheek was accounted a grievous Injury and insult (Job 16:10 ; Lamentations 3:30 ; Micah 5:1 ). Psalm 3:7 = that God had deprived his enemies of the power of doing him Injury
Octogild - ) A pecuniary compensation for an Injury, of eight times the value of the thing
Magbote - ) Compensation for the Injury done by slaying a kinsman
Jeopardy - ) Exposure to death, loss, or Injury; hazard; danger
Saved - Preserved from evil Injury or destruction kept frugally prevented spared taken in time
Avenging - Executing vengeance taking satisfaction for an Injury by the punishment of the offender vindicating
Safe-Keeping - ) The act of keeping or preserving in safety from Injury or from escape; care; custody
Jeopard - ) To put in jeopardy; to expose to loss or Injury; to imperil; to hazard
Revenging - Inflicting pain or evil spitefully for Injury or affront received
Anger - ) A strong passion or emotion of displeasure or antagonism, excited by a real or supposed Injury or insult to one's self or others, or by the intent to do such Injury
Anger - ) A strong passion or emotion of displeasure or antagonism, excited by a real or supposed Injury or insult to one's self or others, or by the intent to do such Injury
Canthoplasty - ) The operation of forming a new canthus, when one has been destroyed by Injury or disease
Disserve - ) To fail to serve; to do Injury or mischief to; to damage; to hurt; to harm
Urethroplasty - ) An operation for the repair of an Injury or a defect in the walls of the urethra
Scandalum Magnatum - A defamatory speech or writing published to the Injury of a person of dignity; - usually abbreviated scan
Tortious - ) Imploying tort, or privat Injury for which the law gives damages; involing tort
Luckily - ) In a lucky manner; by good fortune; fortunately; - used in a good sense; as, they luckily escaped Injury
Reparable - ) Capable of being repaired, restored to a sound or good state, or made good; restorable; as, a reparable Injury
Calumny - ) False accusation of a crime or offense, maliciously made or reported, to the Injury of another; malicious misrepresentation; slander; detraction
Scath - ) Harm; damage; Injury; hurt; waste; misfortune
Avengement - Vengeance punishment the act of taking satisfaction for an Injury in inflicting pain or evil on the offender satisfaction taken revenge
Jeopardy - Exposure to death, loss or Injury hazard danger peril
Sabotage - ) Malicious waste or destruction of an employer's property or Injury to his interests by workmen during labor troubles
Complaining - The expression of regret, sorrow, or Injury
Protect - ) To cover or shield from danger or Injury; to defend; to guard; to preserve in safety; as, a father protects his children
Idiopathical - ) Pertaining to idiopathy; characterizing a disease arising primarily, and not in consequence of some other disease or Injury; - opposed to symptomatic, sympathetic, and traumatic
Crepane - ) An Injury in a horse's leg, caused by the shoe of one hind foot striking and cutting the other leg
Vengeance - ) Punishment inflicted in return for an Injury or an offense; retribution; - often, in a bad sense, passionate or unrestrained revenge
Defacement - ) The act of defacing, or the condition of being defaced; Injury to the surface or exterior; obliteration
Shelter - ) To be a shelter for; to provide with a shelter; to cover from Injury or annoyance; to shield; to protect. ) That which covers or defends from Injury or annoyance; a protection; a screen
Bowgrace - ) A frame or fender of rope or junk, laid out at the sides or bows of a vessel to secure it from Injury by floating ice
Amends - ...
Compensation for an Injury recompense satisfaction equivalent as, the happiness of a future life will more than make amends for the miseries of this
Revenge - Means the return of Injury for Injury, or the infliction of pain on another in consequence of an Injury received from him, farther than the just ends of reparation or punishment require
Repair - ) Restoration to a sound or good state after decay, waste, Injury, or partial restruction; supply of loss; reparation; as, materials are collected for the repair of a church or of a city. ) To restore to a sound or good state after decay, Injury, dilapidation, or partial destruction; to renew; to restore; to mend; as, to repair a house, a road, a shoe, or a ship; to repair a shattered fortune. ) To make amends for, as for an Injury, by an equivalent; to indemnify for; as, to repair a loss or damage
Harm - ...
A — 4: ὕβρις (Strong's #5196 — Noun Feminine — hubris — hoo'-bris ) primarily denotes "wantonness, insolence;" then, "an act of wanton violence, an outrage, Injury," 2 Corinthians 12:10 , RV, "injuries," AV, "reproaches" (more than reproach is conveyed by the term); metaphorically of a loss by sea, Acts 27:10 , RV, "injury," AV, "hurt," and Acts 27:21 , RV, "injury," AV, "harm. " See HURT , Injury , REPROACH
Berna Fly - A Brazilian dipterous insect of the genus Trypeta, which lays its eggs in the nostrils or in wounds of man and beast, where the larvae do great Injury
Virulent - ) Extremely poisonous or venomous; very active in doing Injury
Revenger - One who revenges one who inflicts pain on another spitefully in return for an Injury
Helioscope - ) A telescope or instrument for viewing the sun without Injury to the eyes, as through colored glasses, or with mirrors which reflect but a small portion of light
Protection - ) The act of protecting, or the state of being protected; preservation from loss, Injury, or annoyance; defense; shelter; as, the weak need protection. ) That which protects or preserves from Injury; a defense; a shield; a refuge
Threat - ) The expression of an intention to inflict evil or Injury on another; the declaration of an evil, loss, or pain to come; menace; threatening; denunciation
Vulnerable - ) Liable to Injury; subject to be affected injuriously; assailable; as, a vulnerable reputation
Evil - ) Having qualities tending to Injury and mischief; having a nature or properties which tend to badness; mischievous; not good; worthless or deleterious; poor; as, an evil beast; and evil plant; an evil crop. ) Producing or threatening sorrow, distress, Injury, or calamity; unpropitious; calamitous; as, evil tidings; evil arrows; evil days. ) Anything which impairs the happiness of a being or deprives a being of any good; anything which causes suffering of any kind to sentient beings; Injury; mischief; harm; - opposed to good
Restitution - That were it can be made in kind, or the Injury can be certainly valued, we are to restore the thing or the value. A man is not only bound to make restitution for the Injury he did, but for all that directly follows upon the injurious act: for the first Injury being wilful, we are supposed to will all that which follows upon it
Evil - ) Having qualities tending to Injury and mischief; having a nature or properties which tend to badness; mischievous; not good; worthless or deleterious; poor; as, an evil beast; and evil plant; an evil crop. ) Producing or threatening sorrow, distress, Injury, or calamity; unpropitious; calamitous; as, evil tidings; evil arrows; evil days. ) Anything which impairs the happiness of a being or deprives a being of any good; anything which causes suffering of any kind to sentient beings; Injury; mischief; harm; - opposed to good
Repair - To restore to a sound or good state after decay, Injury, dilapidation or partial destruction as, to repair a house, a wall or a ship to repair roads and bridges. To make amends, as for an Injury, by an equivalent to indemnify for as, to repair a loss or damage. Restoration to a sound or good state after decay, waste, Injury or partial destruction supply of loss reparation as, materials are collected for the repair of a church or a city
Preservative - ) Having the power or quality of preserving; tending to preserve, or to keep from Injury, decay, etc
Lesion - ) A hurt; an Injury
Aphasy - It is dependent on Injury or disease of the brain
Aggression - ) The first attack, or act of hostility; the first act of Injury, or first act leading to a war or a controversy; unprovoked attack; assault; as, a war of aggression
Preserver - ) One who, or that which, preserves, saves, or defends, from destruction, Injury, or decay; esp
Redress - ) To set right, as a wrong; to repair, as an Injury; to make amends for; to remedy; to relieve from. ) A setting right, as of wrong, Injury, or opression; as, the redress of grievances; hence, relief; remedy; reparation; indemnification
Enemy - A private enemy is one who hates another and wishes him Injury, or attempts to do him Injury to gratify his own malice or will
Rievance - ; Injury
Contrecoup - ) A concussion or shock produced by a blow or other Injury, in a part or region opposite to that at which the blow is received, often causing rupture or disorganisation of the parts affected
Endanger - ) To put to hazard; to bring into danger or peril; to expose to loss or Injury; as, to endanger life or peace
Inflammation - A response to cellular Injury characterized by redness, infiltration of white blood cells, heat, and frequently pain
Preservation - ) The act or process of preserving, or keeping safe; the state of being preserved, or kept from Injury, destruction, or decay; security; safety; as, preservation of life, fruit, game, etc
Offender - One that offends one that violates any law, divine or human a criminal a trespasser a transgressor one that does an Injury
Defame - , "to speak injuriously" (from dus, an inseparable prefix signifying "opposition, Injury, etc
Shole - ) A plank fixed beneath an object, as beneath the rudder of a vessel, to protect it from Injury; a plank on the ground under the end of a shore or the like
Dunnage - ) Fagots, boughs, or loose materials of any kind, laid on the bottom of the hold for the cargo to rest upon to prevent Injury by water, or stowed among casks and other cargo to prevent their motion
Duel - It usually arises from an Injury done or an affront given by one to the other
Mitten - ) A covering for the hand, worn to defend it from cold or Injury
Restitution - That where it can be made in kind, or the Injury can be certainly valued, we are to restore the thing or the value. A man is not only bound to restitution for the Injury he did, but for all that directly follows upon the injurious act. For the first Injury being wilful, we are supposed to will all that which follows upon it
Conservative - ) Having power to preserve in a safe of entire state, or from loss, waste, or Injury; preservative. ) One who, or that which, preserves from ruin, Injury, innovation, or radical change; a preserver; a conserver
Peril - ) Danger; risk; hazard; jeopardy; exposure of person or property to Injury, loss, or destruction
Endanger - To put in hazard to bring into danger or peril to expose to loss or Injury
Bandicoot - It does much Injury to rice fields and gardens
Enemy - ) One hostile to another; one who hates, and desires or attempts the Injury of, another; a foe; an adversary; as, an enemy of or to a person; an enemy to truth, or to falsehood
Danger - ) Exposure to Injury, loss, pain, or other evil; peril; risk; insecurity
Safely - Without Injury
Blackmail - ) To extort money from by exciting fears of Injury other than bodily harm, as Injury to reputation, distress of mind, etc
Curse - ) To call upon divine or supernatural power to send Injury upon; to imprecate evil upon; to execrate. ) An invocation of, or prayer for, harm or Injury; malediction
Casualty - ) Any Injury of the body from accident; hence, death, or other misfortune, occasioned by an accident; as, an unhappy casualty
Contusion - ) A bruise; an Injury attended with more or less disorganization of the subcutaneous tissue and effusion of blood beneath the skin, but without apparent wound
Blot - Proverbs 9:7 (b) The Lord is telling us that when an outsider interferes with the evil actions of another, he is quite apt to receive an Injury to himself, which may be seen also by others
Afflict - ) To inflict some great Injury or hurt upon, causing continued pain or mental distress; to trouble grievously; to torment
Safety - Exemption from hurt, Injury or loss
Bane - ) Any cause of ruin, or lasting Injury; harm; woe
Shield - Ephesians 6:16 (b) Here is an attitude of trust in the living GOD which preserves the heart of the child of GOD from Injury by that which others say and do
Offence - , a crime or a sin, an affront or an Injury
Dangerous - ) Causing danger; ready to do harm or Injury
Firestone - ) A stone which will bear the heat of a furnace without Injury; - especially applied to the sandstone at the top of the upper greensand in the south of England, used for lining kilns and furnaces
Disadvantage - ) Deprivation of advantage; unfavorable or prejudicial quality, condition, circumstance, or the like; that which hinders success, or causes loss or Injury
Detriment - ) To do Injury to; to hurt
Umbrage - ) The feeling of being overshadowed; jealousy of another, as standing in one's light or way; hence, suspicion of Injury or wrong; offense; resentment
Serious - ) Hence, giving rise to apprehension; attended with danger; as, a serious Injury
Plaint - ) An accusation or protest on account of an Injury
Conservator - ) One who preserves from Injury or violation; a protector; a preserver
Oidium - Many forms once referred to this genus are now believed to be temporary conditions of fungi of other genera, among them the vine mildew (Oidium Tuckeri), which has caused much Injury to grapes
Mar - ) To make defective; to do Injury to, esp
Safe - ) Free from harm, Injury, or risk; untouched or unthreatened by danger or Injury; unharmed; unhurt; secure; whole; as, safe from disease; safe from storms; safe from foes
Violence - Injury infringement. Injury hurt
Acquiescence - ) Submission to an Injury by the party injured
Injurious - It ‘adds insult to Injury
Grievance - That which causes grief or uneasiness that which burdens, oppresses or injures, implying a sense of wrong done, or a continued Injury, and therefore applied only to the effects of human conduct never to providential evils
Repay - ) To make return or requital for; to recompense; - in a good or bad sense; as, to repay kindness; to repay an Injury
Damage - Any hurt, Injury or harm to one's estate any loss of property sustained any hinderance to the increase of property or any obstruction to the success of an enterprise. But in the latter case, Injury is more correctly used. The value of what is lost the estimated equivalent for detriment or Injury sustained that which is given or adjudged to repair a loss
Atonement - Expiation satisfaction or reparation made by giving an equivalent for an Injury, or by doing or suffering that which is received in satisfaction for an offense or Injury with for
Blame - ) Hurt; Injury
Injustice - The violation of another's right to life, well-being, liberty, good name, property, which continues until compensation be made for Injury to life or limb, apology or retraction for calumny, restitution for theft
Doctrines: False (2) - The church has never had worse enemies than false teachers; infidels and persecutors do but mild Injury to her, but her heretical preachers have been as evening wolves
Moth - An animal of the genus Phalaena, which breeds in yard and garments, and often does Injury by eating the substance and destroying the texture
Harm - Injury hurt damage detriment
Reparation - ) The act of making amends or giving satisfaction or compensation for a wrong, Injury, etc
Violence - ) Injury done to that which is entitled to respect, reverence, or observance; profanation; infringement; unjust force; outrage; assault
Lame - ) Moving with pain or difficulty on account of Injury, defect, or temporary obstruction of a function; as, a lame leg, arm, or muscle
Distress - ) The act of distraining; the taking of a personal chattel out of the possession of a wrongdoer, by way of pledge for redress of an Injury, or for the performance of a duty, as for nonpayment of rent or taxes, or for Injury done by cattle, etc
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A small European sawfly (Cephus pygmaeus) whose larva does great Injury to wheat by boring in the stalks
Apron - In Acts 19:12 , it denotes the belt or half-girdle worn by artisans and servants round the waist for the purpose of preserving the clothing from Injury
Displeasure - ) That which displeases; cause of irritation or annoyance; offense; Injury
Comport - ) To bear or endure; to put up (with); as, to comport with an Injury
Resentment - ) In a bad sense, strong displeasure; anger; hostility provoked by a wrong or Injury experienced
Repay - To make return or requital in a good or bad sense as, to repay kindness to repay an Injury
Bale - ) Evil; an evil, pernicious influence; something causing great Injury
Deceit - When Injury is thereby effected, an action of deceit, as it called, lies for compensation
Trespass - ) To commit any offense, or to do any act that injures or annoys another; to violate any rule of rectitude, to the Injury of another; hence, in a moral sense, to transgress voluntarily any divine law or command; to violate any known rule of duty; to sin; - often followed by against. ) Any Injury or offence done to another
Expiate - To expiate guilt or a crime, is to perform some act which is supposed to purify the person guilty or some act which is accepted by the offended party as satisfaction for the Injury that is, some act by which his wrath is appeased,and his forgiveness procured. To make reparation for as, to expiate an Injury
Ruin - ) That which promotes Injury, decay, or destruction. ) That which is fallen down and become worthless from Injury or decay; as, his mind is a ruin; especially, in the plural, the remains of a destroyed, dilapidated, or desolate house, fortress, city, or the like
Guard - To secure against Injury, loss or attack to protect to defend to keep in safety. Defense preservation or security against Injury, loss or attack. That which secures against attack or Injury that which defends. A man or body of men occupied in preserving a person or place from attack or Injury he or they whose business is to defend, or to prevent attack or surprise
Blemish - ) Any mark of deformity or Injury, whether physical or moral; anything that diminishes beauty, or renders imperfect that which is otherwise well formed; that which impairs reputation
Risk - ) Hazard; danger; peril; exposure to loss, Injury, or destruction
Retractor - ) A bandage to protect the soft parts from Injury by the saw during amputation
Protector - ) One who, or that which, defends or shields from Injury, evil, oppression, etc
Provocation - ) Such prior insult or Injury as may be supposed, under the circumstances, to create hot blood, and to excuse an assault made in retort or redress
Hurt - Harm mischief Injury. Injury loss
Hurt, Hurtful - See Injury , OFFENDER , UNJUST , UNRIGHTEOUSNESS , WRONG , WRONG-DOER. Adikeo stresses the unrighteousness of the act, blapto stresses the Injury done
Apple of the Eye - that which is most precious [1], and most carefully guarded [2])
Outrage - ) Injurious violence or wanton wrong done to persons or things; a gross violation of right or decency; excessive abuse; wanton mischief; gross Injury
Uardian - ) One who guards, preserves, or secures; one to whom any person or thing is committed for protection, security, or preservation from Injury; a warden
Offence -
An Injury or wrong done to one (1 Samuel 25:31 ; Romans 5:15 )
Scrofula - ) A constitutional disease, generally hereditary, especially manifested by chronic enlargement and cheesy degeneration of the lymphatic glands, particularly those of the neck, and marked by a tendency to the development of chronic intractable inflammations of the skin, mucous membrane, bones, joints, and other parts, and by a diminution in the power of resistance to disease or Injury and the capacity for recovery
Safety - ) The condition or state of being safe; freedom from danger or hazard; exemption from hurt, Injury, or loss
Trespass - An Injury done to another, with more or less culpability
Evil - Having bad qualities of a natural kind mischievous having qualities which tend to Injury, or to produce mischief. Unfortunate unhappy producing sorrow, distress, Injury or calamity as evil tidings evil arrows evil days. Misfortune mischief Injury
Screen - ) Anything that separates or cuts off inconvenience, Injury, or danger; that which shelters or conceals from view; a shield or protection; as, a fire screen. ) To provide with a shelter or means of concealment; to separate or cut off from inconvenience, Injury, or danger; to shelter; to protect; to protect by hiding; to conceal; as, fruits screened from cold winds by a forest or hill
Blemish - ...
2 Peter 2:13 (b) This reference is to those people who are unsaved and therefore untaught in the Word of GOD who come among GOD's people bringing damage, hurt and Injury to GOD's program
Menace - ) To express or show an intention to inflict, or to hold out a prospect of inflicting, evil or Injury upon; to threaten; - usually followed by with before the harm threatened; as, to menace a country with war
Adultery - ) Injury; degradation; ruin
Air Machine Blessing - A formula for blessing air machines, approved by the Congregation of Rites, March 24, 1920, and inserted in the Roman Ritual, as follows: ...
"O God who hast ordained all things for Thine own, and devised all the elements of this world for the human race; bless, we beseech thee, this machine consigned to the air; that it may serve for the praise and glory of Thy Name and, free from all Injury and danger, expedite human interests and foster heavenly aspirations in the minds of all who use it
Retrieve - ) To find again; to recover; to regain; to restore from loss or Injury; as, to retrieve one's character; to retrieve independence
Lamech - Lamech acknowledged his vengeance (sign of violence), for some Injury he had received, but intimated his belief that God would watch over him as He had over the life of Cain
Maim - ) The privation of any necessary part; a crippling; mutilation; Injury; deprivation of something essential
Anger - A violent passion of the mind excited by a real or supposed Injury usually accompanied with a propensity to take vengeance, or to obtain satisfaction from the offending party. Anger is also excited by an Injury offered to a relation, friend or party to which one is attached and some degrees of it may be excited by cruelty, injustice or oppression offered to those with whom one has no immediate connection, or even to the community of which one is a member
Wreck - ) The destruction or Injury of a vessel by being cast on shore, or on rocks, or by being disabled or sunk by the force of winds or waves; shipwreck. ) Destruction or Injury of anything, especially by violence; ruin; as, the wreck of a railroad train
Blasphemy - ...
Blasphemy is an Injury offered to God, by denying that which is due and belonging to him, or attributing to him that which is not agreeable to his nature
Barratry - ) A fraudulent breach of duty or willful act of known illegality on the part of a master of a ship, in his character of master, or of the mariners, to the Injury of the owner of the ship or cargo, and without his consent
Distrain - ) To seize, as a pledge or indemnification; to take possession of as security for nonpayment of rent, the reparation of an Injury done, etc
Contention - Strife struggle a violent effort to obtain something, or to resist a person, claim or Injury contest quarrel
Victim - ) A person or living creature destroyed by, or suffering grievous Injury from, another, from fortune or from accident; as, the victim of a defaulter; the victim of a railroad accident
Restitution - ) The act of restoring anything to its rightful owner, or of making good, or of giving an equivalent for any loss, damage, or Injury; indemnification
Restitution - The act of making good, or of giving an equivalent for any loss, damage or Injury indemnification
Lame - —This word, perhaps originally meaning bruised, signifies a crippled or disabled condition caused by Injury to or defect of a limb or limbs; specifically walking with difficulty, inefficient from Injury or defect, unsound or impaired in strength. In Mark 9:43-45 it is used synonymously with κυλλός, where ἀνάτηρος might have been expected in both cases, seeing that the Injury referred to is the definite cutting off of the hand or foot
Uard - ) Any fixture or attachment designed to protect or secure against Injury, soiling, or defacement, theft or loss...
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(v. ) To protect from danger; to secure against surprise, attack, or Injury; to keep in safety; to defend; to shelter; to shield from surprise or attack; to protect by attendance; to accompany for protection; to care for. ) One who, or that which, guards from Injury, danger, exposure, or attack; defense; protection
Bruise - ) An Injury to the flesh of animals, or to plants, fruit, etc
Lice - "The entomologists Kirby and Spence place these minute but disgusting insects in the very front rank of those which inflict Injury upon man
Blaspheme - The first syllable is the same as in blame, blasme, denoting Injury L
Resent - ) In a bad sense, to take ill; to consider as an Injury or affront; to be indignant at
Recover - ) To gain as a compensation; to obtain in return for Injury or debt; as, to recover damages in trespass; to recover debt and costs in a suit at law; to obtain title to by judgement in a court of law; as, to recover lands in ejectment or common recovery; to gain by legal process; as, to recover judgement against a defendant. ) To make good by reparation; to make up for; to retrieve; to repair the loss or Injury of; as, to recover lost time
Chafe - ) Injury or wear caused by friction
Resentment - Generally used in an ill sense, implying a determination to return an Injury
Fray - ) To wear out or into shreads, or to suffer Injury by rubbing, as when the threads of the warp or of the woof wear off so that the cross threads are loose; to ravel; as, the cloth frays badly
Apron - A cloth or piece of leather worn on the forepart of the body, to keep the clothes clean, or defend them from Injury
Hardly - Grudgingly, as an Injury
Slander - ) A false tale or report maliciously uttered, tending to injure the reputation of another; the malicious utterance of defamatory reports; the dissemination of malicious tales or suggestions to the Injury of another
Vengeance - , "(that which proceeds) out of justice," not, as often with human "vengeance," out of a sense of Injury or merely out of a feeling of indignation
Satisfaction - (Latin: satis, enough; facere, to make) ...
(1) In general, reparation made to another to pay a debt or to atone for an Injury
Wound - Injury hurt as a wound given to credit or reputation
Lattice - Perhaps the network through which Ahaziah fell and received his mortal Injury was on the parapet of his palace
Case - ) A patient under treatment; an instance of sickness or Injury; as, ten cases of fever; also, the history of a disease or Injury
Graces: Should be Seasonable - For instance, a giving spirit is golden if it display itself in the moment when an Injury is received; it is but silver if it show itself in speedy reflection, and it is mere lead if it be manifested after a long time for cooling
Blister - ) A vesicle of the skin, containing watery matter or serum, whether occasioned by a burn or other Injury, or by a vesicatory; a collection of serous fluid causing a bladderlike elevation of the cuticle
Scar - ) A mark in the skin or flesh of an animal, made by a wound or ulcer, and remaining after the wound or ulcer is healed; a cicatrix; a mark left by a previous Injury; a blemish; a disfigurement
Innocent - Properly, not noxious not producing Injury free from qualities that can injure harmless innoxious as an innocent medicine or remedy
Jam - ) An Injury caused by jamming
Safe - Free from hurt, Injury or damage as, to walk safe over red hot plowshares
Wrong - ) Whatever deviates from moral rectitude; usually, an act that involves evil consequences, as one which inflicts Injury on a person; any Injury done to, or received from; another; a trespass; a violation of right
Escape - Flight to shun danger or Injury the act of fleeing from danger. A being passed without receiving Injury, as when danger comes near a person, but passes by, and the person is passive
Recover - To regain by reparation to repair the loss of, or to repair an Injury done by neglect as, to recover lost time. To gain as a compensation to obtain in return for Injury or debt as, to recover damages in trespass to recover debt and cost in a suit at law
Decoy - ) A person employed by officers of justice, or parties exposed to Injury, to induce a suspected person to commit an offense under circumstances that will lead to his detection
Preserve - ) To keep or save from Injury or destruction; to guard or defend from evil, harm, danger, etc
Grief - The pain of mind produced by loss, misfortune, Injury or evils of any kind; sorrow; regret
Scald - ) A burn, or Injury to the skin or flesh, by some hot liquid, or by steam
Scriptorium - Rules of the scriptorium varied in different monasteries, but artificial light was everywhere forbidden for fear of Injury to the manuscripts, and silence was always enforced
Injury - Injustice is opposed to justice in general, whether negative or positive;an Injury to negative justice alone. An Injury, is wilfully doing to another what ought not to be done. An Injury must be wilfully committed; whereas it is enough to make a thing unjust, that it happens through a culpable negligence
Collapse - ) Extreme depression or sudden failing of all the vital powers, as the result of disease, Injury, or nervous disturbance
Hazard - ) To expose to the operation of chance; to put in danger of loss or Injury; to venture; to risk
Fear - Fear, if of death or grave Injury, is a diriment impediment to matrimony, rendering it invalid, for a contract under such conditions is no contract at all, because of lack of free consent
Afford - ) To offer, provide, or supply, as in selling, granting, expending, with profit, or without loss or too great Injury; as, A affords his goods cheaper than B; a man can afford a sum yearly in charity
Ahaz - Notwithstanding the remonstrances and warnings of Isaiah, Hosea, and Micah, he appealed for help against Rezin, king of Damascus, and Pekah, king of Israel, who threatened Jerusalem, to Tiglath-pileser, the king of Assyria, to the great Injury of his kingdom and his own humilating subjection to the Assyrians (2Kings 16:7,9; 15:29)
Naked - Unarmed defenseless open exposed having no means of defense or protection against an enemys attack, or against other Injury
Pique - ) A feeling of hurt, vexation, or resentment, awakened by a social slight or Injury; irritation of the feelings, as through wounded pride; stinging vexation
Restore - ) To bring back from a state of Injury or decay, or from a changed condition; as, to restore a painting, statue, etc
Recompense, Reward - 24:18, shâlam describes compensation for Injury: “And he that killeth a beast shall make it good [1]
Regulae Juris - "There is no Injury done to one who knowingly and freely consents"; this suggests that no one is injured if he knowingly and willingly gives up a right which he is allowed to surrender, but does not apply in case he is morally incapable of giving it up
Pain - ) Any uneasy sensation in animal bodies, from slight uneasiness to extreme distress or torture, proceeding from a derangement of functions, disease, or Injury by violence; bodily distress; bodily suffering; an ache; a smart
Forgive - ...
As savages never forget a favor, so they never forgive an Injury
Save - ) To make safe; to procure the safety of; to preserve from Injury, destruction, or evil of any kind; to rescue from impending danger; as, to save a house from the flames
Wrench - ) A sprain; an Injury by twisting, as in a joint
Vengeance - ...
The infliction of pain on another, in return for an Injury or offense
Appeal - This process was anciently given to a private person to recover the weregild, or private pecuniary satisfaction for an Injury he had received by the murder of a relation, or by some personal Injury
Waste - ) To spend unnecessarily or carelessly; to employ prodigally; to expend without valuable result; to apply to useless purposes; to lavish vainly; to squander; to cause to be lost; to destroy by scattering or Injury. ) Spoil, destruction, or Injury, done to houses, woods, fences, lands, etc
Damnation - The apostle shows here that many things which are lawful are not expedient; and that in using our Christian liberty the question should not simply be, Is this course I follow lawful? but also, Can I follow it without doing Injury to the spiritual interests of a brother in Christ? He that "doubteth", i
Ambassador - ...
To do Injury to an ambassador was to insult the king who sent him (2 Samuel 10:5 )
Breach - Infraction Injury invasion as a breach upon kingly power
Anesthesia - It may be localized or general, and may occur naturally as when caused by an Injury or disease in the sensory nerve paths, or it may be produced artificially by the administration of anesthetics, as during operations
Weed - ) Any plant growing in cultivated ground to the Injury of the crop or desired vegetation, or to the disfigurement of the place; an unsightly, useless, or injurious plant
Bury - To forget and forgive to hide in oblivion as, to bury an Injury
Repentance - Sorrow for any thing done or said the pain or grief which a person experiences in consequence of the Injury or inconvenience produced by his own conduct
Vomit - It is followed often by up or out, but without necessity and to the Injury of the language
Chantry - Henry VIII and Edward VI suppressed the chantries and confiscated the moneys, inflicting grave Injury on education
Thunder (2) - , to wrathful resentment of slight or Injury (Luke 9:54)
Trials: of Young Believers - Did the plant possess no means within itself, no means of repairing this Injury, the whole previous labor of the husbandman would, in this case, have been in vain
Dispensation - The pope has power to dispense with the canons of the church, but has no right to grant dispensations to the Injury of a third person
Quick - ) The life; the mortal point; a vital part; a part susceptible of serious Injury or keen feeling; the sensitive living flesh; the part of a finger or toe to which the nail is attached; the tender emotions; as, to cut a finger nail to the quick; to thrust a sword to the quick, to taunt one to the quick; - used figuratively
Accord - ) An agreement between parties in controversy, by which satisfaction for an Injury is stipulated, and which, when executed, bars a suit
Against - In opposition, noting adversity, Injury, or contrariety to wishes as, this change of measures is against us
Avenge - To take satisfaction for an Injury by punishing the injuring party to vindicate by inflicting pain or evil on the wrong doer
Forfeit - ) Injury; wrong; mischief
Harden - To inure to render firm or less liable to Injury, by exposure or use as, to harden to a climate or to labor
Shield - ) To cover with, or as with, a shield; to cover from danger; to defend; to protect from assault or Injury
Taint - ) An Injury done to a lance in an encounter, without its being broken; also, a breaking of a lance in an encounter in a dishonorable or unscientific manner
Abuse - ) Physical ill treatment; Injury
Scald - A burn, or Injury to the skin and flesh by hot liquor
Apron - ) An article of dress, of cloth, leather, or other stuff, worn on the fore part of the body, to keep the clothes clean, to defend them from Injury, or as a covering
Accord - In law, an agreement between parties in controversy, by which satisfaction for an Injury is stipulated, and which, when executed, bars a suit
Curse - To utter a wish of evil against one to imprecate evil upon to call for mischief or Injury to fall upon to execrate
Passion - Violent agitation or excitement of mind, particularly such as is occasioned by an offense, Injury or insult hence, violent anger
Adultery - Violation of the marriage bed a crime, or a Injury, which introduces, or may introduce, into a family, a spurious offspring
Escape - ) The act of fleeing from danger, of evading harm, or of avoiding notice; deliverance from Injury or any evil; flight; as, an escape in battle; a narrow escape; also, the means of escape; as, a fire escape
a'Haz - But, the allies inflicted a most severe Injury on Judah by the capture of Elath, a flourishing port on the Red Sea, while the Philistines invaded the west and south
Father - The father's blessing was regarded as conferring special benefit, but his malediction special Injury, on those on whom it fell, (Genesis 9:25,27 ; 27:27-40 ; 48:15,20 ; 49:1 )
Plead - Sometimes contentious words lead to bodily struggle and Injury: “And if men strive together, and one smite another …” ( Arms - The different species of arms or armor, are prickles, thorns, forks and stings, which seem intended to protect the plants from Injury by animals
Nest - though thou set thy nest among the stars" (in thy ambitious pride regarding thy lofty dwelling as raised beyond the reach of Injury; type of antichrist: Isaiah 14:13; Daniel 8:10; Daniel 11:37), i
Cure - ) Act of healing or state of being healed; restoration to health from disease, or to soundness after Injury
Shield - took off for battle the leather cover which protected the embossed figures from dust or Injury
Anger - a resentful emotion of the mind, arising upon the receipt, or supposed receipt, of an affront or Injury; and also simple feeling of strong displacency at that which is in itself evil, or base, or injurious to others
Philemon - He had converted a fugitive slave to the Christian faith; and he here intercedes with his master in the most earnest and affectionate manner for his pardon; he speaks of Onesimus in terms calculated to soften Philemon's resentment, engages to make full compensation for any Injury which he might have sustained from him, and conjures him to reconciliation and forgiveness by the now endearing connection of Christian brotherhood
Mask - ) To cover, as the face, by way of concealment or defense against Injury; to conceal with a mask or visor
Punishments - Minor punishments were scourging, Leviticus 19:20 2 Corinthians 11:24 ; retaliation in kind for an Injury done, Exodus 21:23-25 Deuteronomy 19:19 ; imprisonment, 2 Chronicles 16:10 Matthew 4:12 ; the stocks, Acts 16:24 ; banishment, Revelation 1:9 ; and personal torture, 2 Chronicles 18:26 Isaiah 50:6 Matthew 18:30 Hebrews 11:37
Wrong, Wrongdoer, Wrongdoing - ...
A — 2: ἀδίκημα (Strong's #92 — Noun Neuter — adikema — ad-eek'-ay-mah ) denotes "a misdeed, Injury," in the concrete sense (in contrast to No
Fence - A guard any thing to restrain entrance that which defends from attack, approach or Injury security defense
Halting - The word refers to the imperfection in the art of walking, rather than to the deficiency, Injury, or weakness of the limb or limbs which is the cause
Set, Place - 33:4); Naomi laid her “grandchild” Obed in her bosom (Ruth 4:16); a fine may be “laid” on someone for Injury ( Wrong - Whatever deviates from moral rectitude any Injury done to another a trespass a violation of right
Envy - No one, indeed, is to be condemned for defending his rights, and showing displeasure against a malicious enemy; but to conceive ill will at one who has attacked none of our rights, nor done us any Injury, solely because he is more prosperous than we are, is a disposition altogether unnatural
Fortitude - ...
With respect to danger in general, fortitude has been called intrepidity; with respect to the dangers of war, valour; with respect to pain of body, or distress of mind, patience; with respect to labour, activity; with respect to Injury, forbearance; with respect to our condition in general, magnanimity
Love - , on the nature and extent of his need, and on the inconvenience, Injury, or loss we undergo by helping him
Wheat, - The wheat was put into the ground in the winter, and some time after the barley; in the Egyptian plague of hail, consequently, the barley suffered, but the wheat had not appeared, and so escaped Injury
Anoint - ...
In the New Testament anoint is used to speak of daily grooming for hair (Matthew 6:17 ), for treating Injury or illness (Luke 10:34 ), and for preparing a body for burial (Mark 16:1 )
Goat - At the slightest alarm, they are gone in an instant, darting fearlessly over the rocks, and falling on their horns from a great height without Injury
Reward - When evil or suffering is return for Injury or wickedness, reward signifies to punish with just retribution, to take vengeance on, according to the nature of the case
Blasphemy - According to Linwood, blasphemy is an Injury offered to God, by denying that which is due and belonging to him, or attributing to him what is not agreeable to his nature
Appeal - ) An accusation; a process which formerly might be instituted by one private person against another for some heinous crime demanding punishment for the particular Injury suffered, rather than for the offense against the public
Shade - ) To shelter; to cover from Injury; to protect; to screen; to hide; as, to shade one's eyes
Malice - (κακία)...
Malice is the propensity to inflict Injury upon another, or to take pleasure in his misfortunes
Shock - ) A sudden depression of the vital forces of the entire body, or of a port of it, marking some profound impression produced upon the nervous system, as by severe Injury, overpowering emotion, or the like
Shoe - ) A plate or rim of iron nailed to the hoof of an animal to defend it from Injury
Three - It must be confessed, (for it maybe be very safely allowed without the smallest Injury to the true faith,) that there are numbers among the Jews of modern times, who from the ignorance of their mind and blinded understanding, are looking for the Messiah in the simple humanity of the man, and know nothing of JEHOVAH in his threefold personality of character
Ashes - Tamar, after the Injury she had received from Amnon, covered her head with ashes, 2 Samuel 13:19
Darius - " Under him Daniel was advanced to the highest dignity, which exposed him to the malice of enemies and led to his being cast into the den of lions, but by a miracle he escaped Injury
Save - To preserve from Injury, destruction or evil of any kind to rescue from danger as, to save a house from the flames to save a man from drowning to save a family from ruin to save a state from war
Waste - To cause to be lost to destroy by scattering or by Injury. In law, spoil, destruction or Injury done to houses, woods, fences, lands, &c
Equity - It is such a rule as, if well applied, will almost always secure our neighbour from Injury, and secure us from guilt if we should chance to hurt him
Vine, Vineyard - ) is the shelter for the watchman who guards the crop against Injury from man and beast
Bruise - ...
Luke 4:18 (a) This is a type of the Injury caused by sin in the lives of men and which would be healed and mended by the wonderful grace and power of the Lord JESUS CHRIST
Tear - This fluid is also called forth by any Injury done to the eye
Pay - To pay,or pay over, in seamen's language, to daub or besmear the surface of any body, to preserve it from Injury by water or weather
Bear - To support or sustain without sinking or yielding to endure as, a man can bear severe pain or calamity or to sustain with proportionate strength, and without Injury as, a man may bear stronger food or drink. To admit or be capable of that is, to suffer or sustain without violence,injury,or change as, to give words the most favorable interpretation they will bear
Wash - ) Capable of being washed without Injury; washable; as, wash goods. ) To bear without Injury the operation of being washed; as, some calicoes do not wash
Reproach, Reproachfully - ...
Note: In 2 Corinthians 12:10 , AV, hubris, "insolence, Injury," is translated "reproaches" (RV, "injuries")
Fool - Some persons are born fools, and are called natural fools others may become fools by some Injury done to the brain
Burn - ) A hurt, Injury, or effect caused by fire or excessive or intense heat
Draught - ) The bevel given to the pattern for a casting, in order that it may be drawn from the sand without Injury to the mold
Wear - ) To be wasted, consumed, or diminished, by being used; to suffer Injury, loss, or extinction by use or time; to decay, or be spent, gradually
Gain - ),17,20,22; Mark 8:36 ; Luke 9:25 ; (b) "to get gain, make a profit," James 4:13 ; (II), metaphorically, (a) "to win persons," said (1) of "gaining" an offending brother who by being told privately of his offense, and by accepting the representations, is won from alienation and from the consequences of his fault, Matthew 18:15 ; (2) of winning souls into the kingdom of God by the Gospel, 1 Corinthians 9:19,20 (twice),21,22, or by godly conduct, 1 Peter 3:1 (RV, "gained"); (3) of so practically appropriating Christ to oneself that He becomes the dominating power in and over one's whole being and circumstances, Philippians 3:8 (RV, "gain"); (b) "to gain things," said of getting Injury and loss, Acts 27:21 , RV, "gotten
Sinai - At this time a spirit of discontent broke out amongst them, and the Lord manifested his displeasure by a fire which fell on the encampment and inflicted Injury on them
Galla Placidia, Daughter of Theodosius i - Placidia explained matters to Boniface, and urged him to do his best to repair the Injury which the empire had sustained
Burn - A hurt or Injury of the flesh caused by the action of fire
Atonement - ) Satisfaction or reparation made for an Injury, by doing or suffering that which will be received in satisfaction for an offence or Injury
Bear - ) To admit or be capable of; that is, to suffer or sustain without violence, Injury, or change
Antediluvians - ...
The genealogy in Genesis 4:1 is framed by two accounts of violence—1) the murder of Abel by Cain and God's promise of seven-fold vengeance on anyone who harmed Cain ( Genesis 4:8-16 ), and Genesis 4:2 ) the war song of Lamech, threatening seventy-seven fold vengeance for any Injury (Genesis 4:23-24 )
Iniquity - ...
3: ἀδίκημα (Strong's #92 — Noun Neuter — adikema — ad-eek'-ay-mah ) denotes "a wrong, Injury, misdeed" (akin to No
Wind - ) The region of the pit of the stomach, where a blow may paralyze the diaphragm and cause temporary loss of breath or other Injury; the mark
Euphrates - , were dug, to prevent Injury and secure benefit from the yearly overflows
Regard - Change was thought necessary, in regard of the Injury the church received by a number of things then in use
the Unmerciful Servant - It was an excellent saying of one of the seven wise men of Greece, who, when he was asked what would rid the world of injuries, answered:-"When the bystanders shall resent an Injury as keenly as he does who suffers the Injury. 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. Resent the Injury as if it were done to yourself, and that will somewhat help to rid the world of all such injuries, and of all such injurious men
Sin Offering - It was accompanied with pecuniary fine, one fifth besides the value of the Injury done, in fact "fine offerings" (Numbers 5:5-8)
Odd Fellows, Order of - ...
A decree of January 18, 1896 allows a nominal membership in the last three, if these conditions are fulfilled: ...
that the society was entered in good faith,
that there be no scandal,
that grave temporal Injury would result from withdrawal, and
that there be no danger of perversion
Freemasonry - ...
A decree of January 18, 1896 allows a nominal membership in the last three, if these conditions are fulfilled: ...
that the society was entered in good faith,
that there be no scandal,
that grave temporal Injury would result from withdrawal, and
that there be no danger of perversion
Independent Order of Odd Fellows - ...
A decree of January 18, 1896 allows a nominal membership in the last three, if these conditions are fulfilled: ...
that the society was entered in good faith,
that there be no scandal,
that grave temporal Injury would result from withdrawal, and
that there be no danger of perversion
Knights of Pythias - ...
A decree of January 18, 1896 allows a nominal membership in the last three, if these conditions are fulfilled: ...
that the society was entered in good faith,
that there be no scandal,
that grave temporal Injury would result from withdrawal, and
that there be no danger of perversion
International Order of Odd Fellows - ...
A decree of January 18, 1896 allows a nominal membership in the last three, if these conditions are fulfilled: ...
that the society was entered in good faith,
that there be no scandal,
that grave temporal Injury would result from withdrawal, and
that there be no danger of perversion
Self-Love - The success of one is no Injury to another; and therefore, in this snese of the phrase, self-love is not only lawful, but absolutely unavoidable
Masonry - ...
A decree of January 18, 1896 allows a nominal membership in the last three, if these conditions are fulfilled: ...
that the society was entered in good faith,
that there be no scandal,
that grave temporal Injury would result from withdrawal, and
that there be no danger of perversion
Masons - ...
A decree of January 18, 1896 allows a nominal membership in the last three, if these conditions are fulfilled: ...
that the society was entered in good faith,
that there be no scandal,
that grave temporal Injury would result from withdrawal, and
that there be no danger of perversion
Shoe Sandal - Sandals of the plain kind were mere coverings for the soles of the feet to save them from Injury, especially during a journey
Gregorius, Bishop of Merida - ]'>[1] be heard, and if he has suffered Injury contra meritum suum , let those who are envious of another's office be punished, lest in future the spirit of faction should again inconvenience good men
Thorn - So the fool handles things with which he is not familiar, and gets an Injury thereby
Cyriac, Patriarch of Constantinople - In a letter to Anastasius of Antioch, who had written to him to remonstrate against disturbing the peace of the church, Gregory defends his conduct on the ground of the Injury which Cyriac had done to all other patriarchs by the assumption of the title, and reminds Anastasius that not only heretics but heresiarchs had before this been patriarchs of Constantinople
Sons of Temperance - ...
A decree of January 18, 1896 allows a nominal membership in the last three, if these conditions are fulfilled: ...
that the society was entered in good faith,
that there be no scandal,
that grave temporal Injury would result from withdrawal, and
that there be no danger of perversion
Secret Societies - ...
A decree of January 18, 1896 allows a nominal membership in the last three, if these conditions are fulfilled: ...
that the society was entered in good faith,
that there be no scandal,
that grave temporal Injury would result from withdrawal, and
that there be no danger of perversion
Societies, Secret - ...
A decree of January 18, 1896 allows a nominal membership in the last three, if these conditions are fulfilled: ...
that the society was entered in good faith,
that there be no scandal,
that grave temporal Injury would result from withdrawal, and
that there be no danger of perversion
Paralysis - The affliction is due to disease of the cerebral centres or of the nerves, owing to Injury or morbid changes
Toleration, Tolerance - Of the reality of His power they entertained no doubt, though they could assign it to a Satanic origin (Luke 11:15, Matthew 9:34; Matthew 12:24); and yet so confident were they of impunity, that they never anticipated Injury at His hands, and they ridiculed Him openly (Luke 16:14)
Meekness - ...
Thus, it would appear that the ideas of patience under Injury, the forgiving spirit, peaceableness of disposition and life, and gentleness toward the erring enter into the use of the word in apostolic and sub-apostolic literature
Anger - A violent passion of the mind, arising from the receipt, or supposed receipt, of any Injury, with a present purpose of revenge
Complete - Israel’s social law required that the person causing Injury or loss “… shall surely make it good” ( Abuse, Abusers - As the height of right may be the height of Injury (summum ius summa iniuria), so conversely the abnegation of Christian rights for the gospel’s sake enhances the power of both Evangelist and Evangel (cf
Tiglath Pileser - Sargon supplanted Tiglath Pileser's dynasty, which accounts for the hostility evinced in the Injury done to the palace of Tiglath Pileser
Sennacherib - Those who have witnessed the Injury done by this pestilential meteor, or fiery wind, or blast, relate that the bodies so destroyed are quickly after reduced to ashes as if calcined or burnt in an oven
Onesimus - Onesimus, for a time, belied his name; he absconded from his master’s house, after either robbing him or otherwise doing him ‘injury
Oil (Olive) - ’ The general use of oil in ancient times as a remedy for disease and Injury is illustrated in Isaiah 1:6, Luke 10:34
Schism - Discountenance the silly reports you may hear, to the Injury of any of your brethren
Reconciliation - ...
And when our Lord ordered the offending to go and be reconciled to his offended brother, Matthew 5:1-48 , the plain meaning is, that he should go and try to appease his anger, obtain his forgiveness, and regain his favour and friendship, by humbling himself to him, asking his pardon, or satisfying him for any Injury that he might have done him
Do - To perform for the benefit or Injury of another with for or to for, when the thing is beneficial to, in either case
Head - Injury to it was a chief form of defeating an enemy (Psalm 68:21 )
Fig Tree - But if I err, may the Lord pity and pardon my ignorance, and the reader find no Injury from my statement of it
Fall - In Jesus and his righteousness the Injury sustained by the fall is more than repaired, and the everlasting welfare of the church, which is his body, eternally secured from all the possibility of loss from an union and oneness with him
Excommunication - The slightest Injury, or even insult, sustained by an ecclesiastic, was deemed a sufficient cause for the promulgation of an anathema
Offence - nouns, in the sense of an Injury, a trespass or a fall, or as an occasion of unbelief, doubt, or apostasy
Eye - The difficult expression “covering the eyes” (Genesis 20:16 KJV), denotes either compensation for Injury (REB), covering the offense (NIV), or else exoneration or some similar term (NRSV, NAS, TEV)
Reproach - In 2 Corinthians 12:10 it is used to translate ὕβρις (Revised Version ‘injury’)
Wicked - While κακός describes a thing or person as inherently lacking that which is required by its idea, nature, or purpose, either in a physical or in a moral sense, πονηρός expresses the positive tendency to do harm in things and the conscious pursuit of the Injury of others in persons
Lasciviousness - But as it is joined with δόλος-deceit-he interprets it in general-an Injury of a more remarkable and enormous kind; and shows that Polybius has in several passages used the word in this sense; cf
Sacrifice - properly so called, is the solemn infliction of death on a living creature, generally by the effusion of its blood, in a way of religious worship; and the presenting of this act to God, as a supplication for the pardon of sin, and a supposed means of compensation for the insult and Injury thereby offered to his majesty and government
Ostrich - "...
But such are the powers of digestion in the ostrich, as, by their strong friction, to wear even iron itself, that evidently no Injury is induced by this inattention
Minister - An idle, frigid, indifferent minister is a pest to society, a disgrace to his profession, an Injury to the church, and offensive to God himself
Abortion - ...
A second ambiguity builds upon the first and concerns the harm or Injury envisioned in verses 22-23. Versions like the NASB that speak of "any further Injury" imply that the fetus is already dead, and that only harm done to the mother is in view. According to this reading, maternal Injury or death requires parallel retribution while fetal death incurs only a fine
Crimes And Punishments - The talio , as has already been mentioned, was specially applicable in cases of Injury from assault. Compensation by a money payment was admitted for loss of time through bodily Injury (BC 21:19), for loss of property (vv
Kiss - For if by accident only, in walking the streets, one touched another's beard, nothing could atone for the Injury and affront but by kissing it, to show the utmost respect
Establishments - ...
The church of Christ is of a spiritual nature, and ought not, yea cannot, in fact, be incorporated with the state without sustaining material Injury
Covenant, Book of the - The position of women is that the daughter is the property of her father, who receives money for her when he gives her in marriage, and also exacts from any who should dishonour her the price she would have brought as a bride; the Injury is thought of as being done not to the daughter, who is only a chattel, but to the father
Piety - Sin variously tends to the Injury of health; and often by intemperance the constitution is so impaired, that late religion is unable to restore what early religion would have prevented
Break - ...
This verb carries with it its primitive sense of straining, parting, severing, bursting, often with violence, with the consequential senses of Injury, defect and infirmity
Cainites - But they escaped Injury from Him, for Sophia used to carry away from them to herself that which belonged to her
Thorn - Perhaps the enemies of Christ chose this plant, in order to add insult to Injury by employing a wreath approaching in appearance that which was used to crown emperors and generals
Moral Obligation - We applaud the forgiveness of an Injury as magnanimous; a savage despises it as mean
Sabbath - " These are evils greatly to be lamented; they are an insult to God, an Injury to ourselves, and an awful example to our servants, our children, and our friends
Leviticus - In Leviticus 5:6 translated not "trespass offering" which is the term for one kind of sin offering (Leviticus 5:14), namely, for an Injury done to some one, "a fine offering" (Numbers 5:5-8), but "he shall bring as his forfeit," etc
Marks - In seeking to discover the character of this sign or mark, the first question that obviously suggests itself is, why should there be any protective efficacy in such a sign? On the assumption of its being a tribal mark (so Robertson Smith, Gunkel, and others), men would know that any Injury done to its bearer would be avenged by the other members of the tribe (see art
Pass - Certain passages of Scripture we cannot pass by without Injury to truth
Slave - (Exodus 21:20 ; Leviticus 24:17,22 ) A minor personal Injury, such as the loss of an eye or a tooth, was to be recompensed by giving the servant his liberty
Fig Tree - So that here was no real Injury; but Jesus was pleased to make use of this innocent miracle to prefigure the speedy ruin of the Jewish nation on account of its unfruitfulness under greater advantages than any other people enjoyed at that day; and, like all the rest of his miracles, it was done with a gracious intention, namely, to alarm his countrymen, and induce them to repent
Denial - We are in a region where personal relations and obligations are everything; where the Injury done by denial is not measured by the rejection of a message merely, but by the wound inflicted on One who has rendered unparalleled services
Manasseh - , discusses the name at length, appears to favour the participial form, but (following Land) connects it with the Arahic nasâ , ‘to inflict an Injury
Make - To make against, to tend to Injury
Simeon - But they spake against Him in their distant villages as if He had come and done them and theirs some great Injury
Pelagians - ...
In contending for the truth of their doctrines, they are said to have asserted, "that mankind derived no Injury from the sin of Adam; that we are now as capable of obedience to the will of God as he was; that, otherwise, it would have been cruel and absurd to propose to mankind the performance of certain duties, with the sanction of rewards, and the denunciation of punishments; and that, consequently, men are born without vice, as well as without virtue
Blood - For this prohibition no moral reason seems capable of being offered; nor does it clearly appear that blood is an unwholesome aliment, which some think was the physical reason of its being inhibited; and if, in fact, blood is deleterious as food, there seems no greater reason why this should be pointed out by special revelation to man, to guard him against Injury, than many other unwholesome ailments
Commerce - The reason of this was, that the Hebrews, who were designedly set apart to preserve the true religion, could not mingle with foreign idolatrous nations without Injury
Slave, Slavery (2) - An early tradition recounts a controversy between Pharisees and Sadducees, assumed to have taken place in or about our period, as to the incidence of the responsibility for an Injury done by a slave (Yadayim, iv
Reconciliation - " When the Philistines suspected that David would appease the anger of Saul, by becoming their adversary, they said, "Wherewith should he reconcile himself to his master? Should it not be with the heads of these men?" not, surely, How shall he remove his own anger against his master? but, how shall he remove his master's anger against him? How shall he restore himself to his master's favour? "If thou bring thy gift to the altar, and there rememberest that thy brother hath aught against thee," not, that thou hast aught against thy brother, "first be reconciled to thy brother; that is, appease and conciliate him; so that the words, in fact, import, "See that thy brother be reconciled to thee," since that which goes before is, not that he hath done thee an Injury, but thou him
Neighbour (2) - Yet, on the other hand, forgiveness must in no case flow from mere weak benevolence which foregoes revenge for Injury, and leaves the matter there
Slave, Slavery - it is an indemnity for Injury to property
Judgment - These are some of the tests:...
Following Him (Matthew 4:18-22; Matthew 10:38; Matthew 19:28, Mark 8:34); confessing Him (Matthew 10:32, Luke 12:8); failure to appreciate His presence and work (Matthew 11:21); failure to come to Him (John 5:40); failure to believe Him (John 3:18); failure to obey Him (John 3:36); failure to honour Him (John 5:23); failure to stand with Him (Matthew 12:30); failure of right fruitage (Matthew 21:31-42; Matthew 7:16, Luke 6:44); failure in outward conduct (Matthew 22:11-13); failure to help men (Matthew 25:31-46); failure to repent (John 5:40); failure to use the gifts of God (Matthew 16:23); making light of His personal invitations (Matthew 22:1-7); unwillingness to hear His words (Matthew 12:41-42); unwillingness to forgive an Injury (Matthew 6:15; Matthew 18:28-30); being ashamed of Him (Mark 8:38); breaking a commandment (Matthew 5:19); the spirit of our judgment on others (Matthew 7:2); faith or lack of it (Matthew 8:10; Matthew 9:22; Matthew 9:29; Matthew 15:28, Mark 5:34); heart unreceptive to His words (Matthew 10:14-15); hypocrisy (Matthew 23:13-36); idle words (Matthew 12:36); lip service without the heart (Matthew 15:7); selfish conceit (Matthew 6:2); wicked pride (Mark 12:38); love of darkness (John 3:19); rejection of His disciples (Luke 10:10); adultery (Matthew 19:9); commercialism in worship (Matthew 24:45-51); blasphemy against the Spirit (Matthew 12:31-32); loving others more than God (Matthew 10:37); hearing, seeing the Son, with belief or with failure to believe (Matthew 7:24; Matthew 13:23, John 5:24; John 6:40); the cup of cold water given to a disciple (Matthew 10:42); mercifulness (Luke 6:36); love to Christ (Luke 7:47, John 21:16); love to enemies (Luke 6:27); humble-mindedness as a child (Matthew 18:4); fidelity of service (Matthew 20:14; Matthew 21:13); endurance in well-doing (Matthew 24:13); doing will of God (Matthew 12:50); deeds in general (Matthew 16:27); inward thoughts and motives (Mark 7:21, Luke 5:22-23)
Shepherds - An upper servant was therefore appointed to superintend their labours, and take care that his master suffered no Injury
Pride (2) - Pride is an Injury to the bond of brotherhood; it is disloyalty in the Christian household; it is a breach of fellowship
Atonement - With God alone it rested to determine what is adequate satisfaction, and how it is to become available to each man, without Injury to the cause of righteousness
Liberty - The freedom an enlightened man asks is freedom to do what he sees he ought to do, and to do what he may do without Injury to others
Marriage - Marriage, too, as placing one human being more completely under the power of another than any other relation, requires laws for the protection of those who are thus so exposed to Injury
House - But the houses of the people in the East in general are very bad constructions, consisting of mud walls, reeds, and rushes; whence they become apt illustrations of the fragility of human life, Job 4:19 ; and as mud, pebbles, and slime, or at best unburnt bricks are used informing the walls, the expression, "digging through houses," Job 24:16 Matthew 6:19 24:14 , is easily accounted for; as is the behavior of Ezekiel, Ezekiel 12:5 , who dug through such a wall in the sight of the people; whereby, as may be imagined, he did little Injury to his house; notwithstanding which, the symbol was very expressive to the beholders
Atonement - Historically its usage signifies ‘a satisfaction or reparation made by giving an equivalent for an Injury, or by doing or suffering that which is received in satisfaction for an offence or Injury’ (Imperial Dict
Materialism - From this circumstance alone we discover the amazing influence of thought upon the external organ; of that thought which we can neither hear, nor see, nor touch, which yet produces an affection of the brain fully equal to a blow, a pressure, or any other sensible Injury. And when that link is again restored, the mind declares its identity, by its memory of things which preceded the Injury or the disease; and where the recovery is rapid, the patient awakes as it were from a disturbed dream
Justice - On the other hand, the rights of each member of the family were jealously safeguarded by all the rest; if harm or Injury of any kind were sustained by any member, all the members were bound to avenge him; in the case of death the law of blood-revenge laid upon all the duty of taking vengeance by slaying a member of the murderer’s family, preferably, but not necessarily, the murderer himself
Manliness - Now the right and duty of avenging an affront or an Injury have always seemed to men bound up with the love of honour, and the division of others into friends and enemies has seemed inevitable
Hilarius Arelatensis, Saint, Bishop of Arles - ...
Leo's recourse to the emperor's aid has been severely censured; and Tillemont declared concerning the famous law of June 6, 445, that "in the eyes of those who have any love for the church's liberty or any knowledge of her discipline, it will bring as little honour to him whom it praises as of Injury to him whom it condemns" (Tillem
the Mother of Zebedee's Children - But instead of that, this cruel woman to her own flesh and blood was for exposing her two sons to every possible shaft and spear of envy, and anger, and ill-will, and Injury
Alexander the Coppersmith - And it is the last two-edged sword that pierces to the dividing of soul and spirit in ourselves, not to forgive insult and Injury done to ourselves, but to forgive Alexander all that when he does it to the Church of Christ
Take - To obtain by active exertion as, to take revenge or satisfaction for an Injury
Shimei - David had only to point with his finger to the hillside, and Shimei's insult and Injury would have ceased for ever
Sanballat - And if Nehemiah, and the other builders of Jerusalem, had but had our New Testament truth and love, long centuries of ill-will, and insult, and Injury, would have been escaped, and a welcome given to the Lord of truth and love that He did not get
Disease - The incapacity and wasting might be due to (a) infantile paralysis, the disease arresting the development and growth of tissue, leaving the limb shrunk and withered; or (b) it may have been congenital; or (c) it might be due to some direct Injury to the main nerve of the limb, preventing its proper nutrition
Agony - That the truth and grace of God in Him should meet with this insult and Injury from the race which He had come to save and bless—this it was that caused His agony
Nicodemus - It was surely not so very bad in itself for Nicodemus, once having set out, to keep true to his colleagues, even if that was done somewhat at the expense and the Injury of John
Devil - ]'>[1] influence the spirit was conceived as abstracted from any visible form, and as still capable of inflicting Injury; hence the need of protection against ‘the destroyer’ of Exodus 12:23
Unbelief - Here this independently proceeding developement of the intellect must have been at open war with the religion of the people; and as intellectual culture spread itself more widely, so also must a disbelief of the popular religion have been more extensively diffused; and, in consequence of the intercourse between the people and the educated classes, this disbelief must also have found its way at last among the people themselves; more especially since, as this perception of the nothingness of the popular religion spread itself more widely, there would naturally be many who would not, with the precaution of the men of old, hide their new illumination from the multitude, but would think themselves bound to procure for it new adherents, without any regard to the Injury of which they might be laying the foundations, without inquiring of themselves, whether they had any thing to offer to the people in the room of that of which they robbed them; in the room of their then source of tranquillity under the storms of life; instead of that which taught them moderation under affliction; and, lastly, in the place of their then counterpoise against the power of wild desires and passions
Hating, Hatred - There is a foolish affection which would do Injury both to the giver and the receiver (cf
Meekness (2) - According to the Russian moralist, who has preached with great power the Quaker doctrine of non-resistance to evil, the old right of requital was abolished by Christ; not only should there be no private retaliation against wrong, but there should be no recourse to any legal tribunal when one has suffered Injury or injustice
the Man Which Sowed Good Seed in His Field But His Enemy Came And Sowed Tares Among the Wheat - The one party would say with Hooker that to detract from the dignity of these things is to do Injury even to God Himself, who being that Light which no man can approach to, has sent us these lesser lights as sparkles, resembling, so far, the bright fountain from which they spring
Expediency - ...
Christian freedom, then, is a freedom which must not be applied to the Injury of others or of oneself
Agriculture - The spot selected always stood higher than the surrounding ground, so that it should be open to the air currents, and that rain, if it occurred, though it was rare in harvest time (1 Samuel 12:17), might run off without doing Injury
Heresy - Hence, the offerings and initiations of the magi cannot, without great Injury, be even communicated to those who have not as yet emancipated themselves from the libido procreandi, and the propensities to corporeal attachments
Pentateuch - The 65 laws in the Book of the Covenant (see Exodus 24:7 ) include rules about images and kinds of altars (Exodus 20:22-26 ); Hebrew slaves (Exodus 21:1-11 ); offences penalized by death (Exodus 21:12-17 ); bodily Injury (Exodus 21:18-24 ); offences against property (Exodus 21:25-22:17 ); miscellaneous social and cultic laws (Exodus 22:18-23:9 ); a cultic calendar (Exodus 23:10-19 ); blessing and curse (Exodus 23:20-33 )
Pseudo-Chrysostomus - Some of the heretical passages can be cut out without Injury to the context, but there remain many passages of undisputed genuineness in which the author unmistakably defines his position, and reveals himself as a member of a small persecuted sect which condemned the dominant church as heretical, and was in turn denounced as heretical by the state and as such visited with temporal penalties; and he marks the reign of Theodosius as the time when orthodoxy was overwhelmed and when what he calls the heresy of the Homoousians became triumphant (48, 199; 49, 20)
Ethics - The Injury done by the rebellion of one injured and imperilled the whole community
Justice (2) - 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
Messiah - The seed of the woman and the serpent (representing the power of evil) are to be engaged in prolonged conflict, in which both suffer Injury
Sarah - Sarah sacrificed herself on the cruellest altar on which any woman ever laid herself down; but the cords of the sacrifice were all the time the cords of a suicidal pride; till the sacrifice was both a great sin in the sight of God, a fatal Injury to herself, to her husband, and to innocent generations yet unborn
Dress (2) - Christ teaches here that when a man does an Injury, within legal limits, as in taking the shirt, His follower must be prepared to go a step farther, and give up even what the Law protects him in keeping
Jacob - We never see what wickedness thore is in lies, and treachery, and cheatery, and Injury of all kinds till we are cheated, and lied against and injured
Jephthah And His Daughter - ...
The Lord dwelt in those days at Mizpeh; The Lord had a house and an altar at Mizpeh; and Jephthah opened all that was in his heart; past Injury, present opportunity, and future surrender and service before the Lord at Mizpeh, This is what we mean by masterly writing, sacred or profane
Persecution - When urged by the proconsul to renounce Christ, he replied, "Fourscore and six years have I served him, and he has never done me an Injury: can I blaspheme my King and my Saviour?" Several miracles are reported to have happened at his death
Cures - The value of diet and the use of oil and wine in cases of bodily Injury are indirectly referred to in Mark 2:5-10,5; Luke 10:34
Sacrifice - 'Αsham , "trespass offering", accompanied by pecuniary fine or forfeit, because of Injury done to some one (it might be to the Lord Himself) in respect to property
Eli - Eli's extraordinary care over young Samuel; his extraordinary tenderness toward the child; and, as Samuel grew up, the old priest's secret fear at Samuels; and his growing reverence for him,-all that was all that Eli could do to undo the insult and the Injury he had done to Samuel's mother
Anger - Anger provoked by personal Injury may have a protective value in a lower stage of the world’s life, but the attitude of Christian ethics to this type is governed by the law of non-resistance laid down by the Sermon on the Mount
Canon - But again: I am willing to go farther, and say that it is possible (although I know no evidence of the fact) that some things, written under the influence of inspiration, for a particular, occasion, and to rectify some disorder in a particular church, may have been lost, without Injury to the canon
Will - " "All men are also to be admonished," observes Cranmer, in his "Necessary Doctrine," "and chiefly preachers, that in this high matter they, looking on both sides, so temper and moderate themselves, that they neither so preach the grace of God that they take away thereby free will, nor on the other side so extol free will, that Injury be done to the grace of God
Law of Moses - ( Exodus 22:1-4 ) (2) Trespass and Injury of things lent to be compensated
Ideas (Leading) - Better to die a miserable death than be the cause of Injury to one of His little ones
Jesus Christ - In three areas they were dissatisfied with what he was doing: he was violating the Sabbath rules (Matthew 12:1-8 ; Mark 3:1-6 ); his miraculous healings were attributed to demonic activity, rather than to divine intervention (Mark 3:22-30 ); and he set aside traditional rules regarding hand washing, and, adding insult to Injury, accused the leadership of being hypocritical (Mark 7:1-13 )
Sin - Moral evil as an Injury done by man to himself is vice, as an offence against human society crime, but as affecting his relation to God sin
Papias, Bishop of Hierapolis - Papias has a story about Justus Barsabas having taken a cup of poison without Injury
Mss - Codex Bobiensis , at Turin, where it fortunately escaped from the recent fire with slight Injury
Trial-at-Law - An Injury sustained by any primitive tribe, or individual member of the tribe, must be requited by those to whom the honour of the tribe was sacred
Hilarius (7) Pictaviensis, Saint - He is deeply conscious of the Injury wrought to Christianity in the sight of the outer world by the distractions of so many rival councils and professions of faith
Forgiveness (2) - In Pagan ethics to revenge an Injury and punish an enemy to the utmost was manly, to forgive was mean-spirited
Hieronymus, Eusebius (Jerome) Saint - of Jerusalem; and an Injury to his hand prevented his writing
Christianity - But the whole Reformation movement showed that Christianity as a religion possessed remarkable recuperative power; that the organism could throw off a considerable portion of what seemed its very substance, not only without Injury to its life, but with marvellous increase to its vigour; and that the essence of the religion did not lie where the Roman Catholic Church had sought to place it
Gregorius (14) Nazianzenus, Bishop of Sasima And of Constantinople - While the Invective against Julian reminds us of the Philippics or the de Coronâ , we have here an oration which has borne without Injury comparison with the pro Ligario or pro Marcello , or Chrysostom's plea for Eutropius or Flavian (Benoît, p
Hermas, Known as the Shepherd - Usually their danger is described as no more than of loss of goods and of Injury to worldly business; but there had been (though perhaps not recently) martyrs who had given their lives and endured crosses and wild beasts for the Name of the Son of God
Lutherans - Avoiding all intricate questions upon the subject, they taught that original sin is a corruption of our nature in a general sense, a depravation of the mental faculties and the corporeal appetites; that the resplendent image of the Deity, which man received at the creation of the world, although not annihilated, is nevertheless greatly impaired; and that, in consequence, the bright characters of unspotted sanctity, once deeply engraven on his mind by the hand of the living God are become obliterated, the Injury extending to his intellect, and affecting as well his reason and his will as his affections and passions
Calvinism - No one can form an adequate conception of the Injury thus inflicted on the divine attributes of wisdom, goodness, and mercy, as they have been revealed in the Scriptures, unless he has read the immense mass of quotations from the writings of these and other divines, which were presented to the notice of the synod of Dort by the Remonstrants, especially in their Rejection of Errors under each of the five points in dispute; the proofs of which were quoted from their respective authors, and the accuracy, and faithfulness of which were never called in question
Worship - As in Heathenism the divine becomes desecrated and tarnished by intermixture with the natural; and as men have often paid homage to the beauties of nature, with Injury to the cause of holiness, the first warmth of Christian zeal, which opposed the idolatry of nature, so common to Heathenism, and sought to maintain the divine in all its purity and elevation, was inclined rather to set holiness in the strongest contrast with what is beautiful by nature, than to endeavour to grace it by lending it a beautiful form
Neology - We have had instances of this in our own country; and the reason why they have done little Injury is, that none of those who thus presumed, whether learned or half learned, had success enough to form a school
Odes of Solomon - By their outward form they are not linked closely together, and we could invert the order in themanuscript without doing the slightest Injury to the sense