What does Innumerable mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
אֵ֣ין nothing 1
מִסְפָּֽר number 1
מִסְפָּ֑ר number 1
מִסְפָּ֗ר number 1
עַד־ as far as 1

Definitions Related to Innumerable


   1 number, tale.
      1a number.
         1a1 number.
         1a2 Innumerable (with negative).
         1a3 few, numerable (alone).
         1a4 by count, in number, according to number (with prep).
      1b recounting, relation.

Frequency of Innumerable (original languages)

Frequency of Innumerable (English)


King James Dictionary - Innumerable
INNU'MERABLE, a. L. innumerabilis. See Number.
1. Not to be counted that cannot be enumerated or numbered for multitude. 2. In a loose sense, very numerous.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Innumerable
1: ἀναρίθμητος (Strong's #382 — Adjective — anarithmetos — an-ar-ith'-may-tos ) a, negative, n, euphonic, arithmeo "to number," is used in Hebrews 11:12 .
2: μυριάς (Strong's #3461 — Noun Feminine — murias — moo-ree'-as ) denotes either "ten thousand," or, "indefinitely, a myriad, a numberless host," in the plural, Acts 19:19 ; lit. "five ten-thousands," Revelation 5:11 ; 9:16 ; in the following, used of vast numbers, Luke 12:1 , AV, "an innumerable multitude," RV, "the many thousands" (RV marg., "the myriads"); Acts 21:20 , "thousands;" Hebrews 12:22 , "innumerable hosts;" Jude 1:14 , "ten thousands" (RV, marg., in each place, "myriads"). See COMPANY , THOUSANDS. Cp. the adjective murios, "ten thousand," Matthew 18:24 ; 1 Corinthians 4:15 ; 14:19 .

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Unnumerable - ) Innumerable
Millioned - ) Multiplied by millions; Innumerable
Countless - ) Incapable of being counted; not ascertainable; Innumerable
Unnumbered - ) Not numbered; not counted or estimated; Innumerable
Pus - It consists of Innumerable white nucleated cells floating in a clear liquid
Porism - ) A proposition affirming the possibility of finding such conditions as will render a certain determinate problem indeterminate or capable of Innumerable solutions
Josef Hyrtl - Author of Innumerable treatises on anatomy
Myriad - (mihr ee awd) Greek term literally meaning 10,000 but frequently used to mean countless or Innumerable
Effervescency - ) A kind of natural ebullition; that commotion of a fluid which takes place when some part of the mass flies off in a gaseous form, producing Innumerable small bubbles; as, the effervescence of a carbonate with citric acid
Innumerable - "five ten-thousands," Revelation 5:11 ; 9:16 ; in the following, used of vast numbers, Luke 12:1 , AV, "an Innumerable multitude," RV, "the many thousands" (RV marg. , "the myriads"); Acts 21:20 , "thousands;" Hebrews 12:22 , "innumerable hosts;" Jude 1:14 , "ten thousands" (RV, marg
Gatianus, Saint - After Innumerable difficulties he evangelized the third Lyonnaise province during the latter half of the 3century
Luigi Pichler - Executed Innumerable cameos and gems for the popes and sovereigns of his day
Alaxy - ) The Milky Way; that luminous tract, or belt, which is seen at night stretching across the heavens, and which is composed of Innumerable stars, so distant and blended as to be distinguishable only with the telescope
Howling - ...
Innumerable artifices and stratagems are acted in the howling wilderness and in the great deep,that can never come to our knowledge
Gaston Paris - He founded the "Revue critique" (1865) and "Romania" (1872), and wrote Innumerable essays and criticisms
Introduction to the Devout Life - It has been translated into nearly every language and has gone through Innumerable editions
Magog - The Latin father Jerome says that this word denotes "Scythian nations, fierce and Innumerable, who live beyond the Caucasus and the Lake Maeotis, and near the Caspian Sea, and spread out even onward to India
Saint - The "saints" spoken of in Jude 1:14 are probably not the disciples of Christ, but the "innumerable company of angels" ( Hebrews 12:22 ; Psalm 68:17 ), with reference to Deuteronomy 33:2
Gods - Innumerable animals, deceased men, all ages, passions, and conditions of man, and every thing which fear, lust, malice, pride, or caprice could suggest, were made objects of worship
Sabaoth - While the word "hosts" probably had special reference to angels, the title "the Lord of hosts" became used to designate Him as the One who is supreme over all the Innumerable hosts of spiritual agencies, or of what are described as "the armies of heaven
Intelligence - It is believed that the universe is peopled with Innumerable superior intelligences
Miletus - At present the Turks call it Molas, and it is not far distant from the true Meander, which encircles all the plain with many mazes, and Innumerable windings
Gezer - The city has been partly excavated by the Palestine Exploration Fund, and Simon’s dwelling-place discovered, as well as a great Canaanite high place, and Innumerable other remains of early Palestinian civilization
Ruggiero Giuseppe Boscovich - In his work on the molecular theory of matter he holds that all matter consists of Innumerable point-like structures which repel each other when they are very close; as their distance increases the repulsion becomes attraction
Sect - The recognition by the Church of all the sects which sprang up in the course of her history would have been fatal to her organization, for the dissenters generally split up into Innumerable parties all holding different doctrines
Self-Examination - ) "who, in a crazy vessel, navigate a sea wherein are shoals and currents Innumerable, if they would keep their course, or reach their port in safety, must carefully repair the smallest injuries, and often throw out their line, and take their observations
Geography - The contributions of Catholics to every branch of the science are Innumerable and of inestimable value
Husk - " This tree is in "February covered with Innumerable purple-red pendent blossoms, which ripen in April and May into large crops of pods from 6 to 10 inches long, flat, brown, narrow, and bent like a horn (whence the Greek name keratia, meaning 'little horns'), with a sweetish taste when still unripe
Heaven: Our Future Condition in - What makes these little things so lively, these Innumerable little things like very small tadpoles, why are they so energetic? Possibly they have an idea of what they are going to be
Angel - They are immortal (Luke 20:36), Innumerable (Hebrews 12:22), invisible (Numbers 22:22-31), sexless (Matthew 22:30), and do the will of God (Psalms 103:20)
Gabriel - In the first rank of the Innumerable hosts of the heavenly hierarchy ( Daniel 7:10 ) there are seven who occupy the first place the seven archangels; of these Gabriel is one
Lamaism - It is of Innumerable deities and idols, occultism, and superstitions
Shishak - 971, with an Innumerable multitude of people out of Egypt, the countries of Lubim, of Suchim, and of Cush, captured the strongest places in the country, and carried away from Jerusalem the treasures of the Lord's house and of the king's palace, as well as the golden bucklers of Solomon
Cistern - The Innumerable cisterns, wells, and pools that exist in Palestine are evidence of the efforts of ancient people to supplement the natural water supply
Thousand - , "myriads of myriads;" in Revelation 9:16 in the best texts, dismuriades muriadon, "twice ten thousand times ten thousand" RV (AV, "two hundred thousand thousand"): see Innumerable
Antioch - Its situation, amid Innumerable groves and small streams, midway between Alexandria and Constantinople, rendered it a place of great beauty and salubrity, as well as commercial importance
Curiosity - In all the various relations which subsist among us in life, as husband and wife, master and servants, parents and children, relations and friends, rulers and subjects, Innumerable duties stand ready to be performed; Innumerable calls to activity present themselves on every hand, sufficient to fill up with advantage and honour the whole time of man
Self-Seeking - It is sinful, and the source of Innumerable sins; as perjury, hypocrisy, falsehood, idolatry, persecution, and murder itself
Assembly - 22, reading "and to the Innumerable company of angels, the general assembly:" the word 'and' dividing the subjects
Cistern - The largest of the Innumerable cisterns of Jerusalem, the ‘great sea’ in the Haram area, which is estimated to have held 3,000,000 gallons, derived its water-supply partly from surface drainage and partly from water brought by a conduit from Solomon’s Pools near Bethlehem (Wilson)
Company - It may be applied to a small number, or any multitude whatever as in scripture we read of a company of priests, a company of prophets, and an Innumerable company of angels also, a company of horses
Raphael Santi - In 1508 he was called to Rome by Pope Julius II and rapidly became the leader of a whole group of artists who assisted him in executing Innumerable commissions
Truth - There are Innumerable truths with which we are not acquainted
Heavenly City, the - This city is the home to “an Innumerable company of angels” (Hebrews 12:22 ), to the assembly of the firstborn (Hebrews 12:23 ; an image of believers redeemed by the death of Christ; compare Exodus 13:13-15 ), and to the righteous made perfect by God (Hebrews 12:23 ; perhaps the Old Testament saints)
Company - , Hebrews 12:22 , AV, "an Innumerable company;" RV, "innumerable hosts
Life, Religious - Some examples of the regular religious life may be seen among the Canons Regular, the mendicant orders, the military orders, the hospitaller orders, the Clerks Regular, the Eastern orders, those orders founded principally for teaching, as the Christian Brothers, and Innumerable congregations of nuns
Mesopotamia - Innumerable lines of embankment indicate a network of ancient canals which diffused by irrigation fertility where now are morasses or barrenness
Ishmael - Previous to his birth Hagar was informed by an angel what would be the character of her son, and that his posterity would be Innumerable
Locust - The flight of locusts is thus described: "It is difficult to express the effect produced on us by the sight of the whole atmosphere filled on all sides and to a great height by an Innumerable quantity of these insects, whose flight was slow and uniform, and whose noise resembled that of rain; the sky was darkened, and the light of the sun considerably weakened
Religious Life - Some examples of the regular religious life may be seen among the Canons Regular, the mendicant orders, the military orders, the hospitaller orders, the Clerks Regular, the Eastern orders, those orders founded principally for teaching, as the Christian Brothers, and Innumerable congregations of nuns
Hair - ...
Because hairs are so many, they may symbolize the concept of being Innumerable (Psalm 40:12 )
Hell - The existence of hell is shown from Innumerable passages of Holy Scripture where it is referred to, not only as a place of punishment, but as a place of eternal punishment of fire for those who die in the state of mortal sin
Legion - An Innumerable number of persons came to be spoken of as a legion
Multitude - , "the myriads of the multitude" is translated "an Innumerable multitude of people" (where "people" translates No
Dead Sea - The cane-brakes which fringe it at some parts are the homes of about forty species of mammalia, several of them animals unknown in England; and Innumerable tropical or semi-tropical plants perfume the atmosphere wherever fresh water can reach
Lebanon - They speak of its sea of foliage agitated by the gales, Psalm 72:16 ; of its noble cedars and other trees, Isaiah 60:13 Jeremiah 22:23 ; of its Innumerable herds, the whole of which, however, could not atone for one sin, Isaiah 40:16 ; its snow-cold streams, Jeremiah 18:14 , and its balsamic perfume, Hosea 14:5
Jordan - It is covered in many parts with Innumerable cone-like mounds, and sometimes contains a lower and narrow terrace of similar character, perhaps an eighth of a mile wide. Lieutenant Lynch of the United States navy, who traversed the Jordan in 1848, ascertained that, although the distance from the sea of Galilee to the Dead Sea is but sixty miles in a straight line, it is two hundred miles by the course of the river, which has Innumerable curves
Locust - Innumerable as the drops of water or the sands of the seashore, their flight obscures the sun and casts a thick shadow on the earth (Exodus 10:15 ; Judges 6:5 ; 7:12 ; Jeremiah 46:23 ; Joel 2:10 )
Hair - Hair represents what is least valuable (Matthew 10:30); Innumerable to man, but "all numbered" by God's providence for His children
To - ) In a very general way, and with Innumerable varieties of application, to connects transitive verbs with their remoter or indirect object, and adjectives, nouns, and neuter or passive verbs with a following noun which limits their action
To - ) In a very general way, and with Innumerable varieties of application, to connects transitive verbs with their remoter or indirect object, and adjectives, nouns, and neuter or passive verbs with a following noun which limits their action
Prophecy - Many of the prophecies of Scripture foretold events ages before they occurredevents of which there was then no apparent probability, and the occurrence of which depended on Innumerable contingencies, involving the history of things and the volitions of persons not then in existence; and yet these predictions were fulfilled at the time and place and in the manner prophesied
Locust, - It is difficult to express the effect produced on us by the sight of the whole atmosphere filled on all sides and to a great height by an Innumerable quantity of these insects, whose flight was slow and uniform, and whose noise resembled that of rain: the sky was darkened, and the light of the sun considerably weakened
Heaven - Similarly, there have been Innumerable speculations endeavouring to set forth in sensuous form the sort of life which is to be lived in heaven
Oratory - In ecclesiastical antiquity, the term houses of prayer, or oratories, is frequently given to churches in general, of which there are Innumerable instances in ancient Christian writers
Devil - He is ceaselessly active in his efforts to destroy souls, and uses Innumerable devices and wiles to adapt his temptations to the varying characters and conditions of men, enticing wicked men, and even good men at times, as well as his own angels, to aid in his work
School - What is the great community of christians, but one of the Innumerable schools in the vast plan, which God has instituted for the education of various intelligences? ...
Mount Zion - ) Are you come spiritually so, and by faith, "to mount Zion: the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem: to an Innumerable company of angels; to the general assembly and church of the first-born, whose names are written in heaven: and to God the judge of all, and to the spirits of just men made perfect; and to Jesus the Mediator of the New Covenant; and to the blood of sprinkling that speaketh better things than that of Abel?" (Hebrews 12:22-24
Huguenots - their churches were then razed to the ground, their persons insulted by the soldiers, and, after the loss of Innumerable lives, fifty thousand valuable members of society were driven into exile
Damascus - The plain around the city is well watered and of exuberant fertility; and the eye of the traveller from any direction is fascinated by the view-a wilderness of verdure, interspersed with Innumerable villas and hamlets, with gardens, fountains, and groves
Corn - Each family possessed a mill, and the law forbade its being taken in pledge, Deuteronomy 24:6 ; one among Innumerable examples of the humanity of the Mosaic legislation
Power - But this Almighty One has originated Innumerable subordinate powers, and some of these are possessed of ability to perform acts contrary to the will and commandments of the Creator
Leaf - ...
Revelation 22:2 (b) This is probably a type of the blessings and graces of CHRIST which are Innumerable in number
Sozomen, Author of a History - In his account of the council of Nicaea, which may be taken as a favourable specimen of his work as a whole, he seems to have drawn from the best sources, to have proceeded with care, and to have made a sufficiently good choice among the apocryphal traditions and Innumerable legends which in the 5th cent
Gods - ) Nothing was more common than to place men among the number of deities; and from Belus or Baal, to the Roman emperors before Constantine, the instances of this kind are Innumerable: frequently they did not wait so long as their deaths for the apotheosis. In modern oriental Paganism they amount to many millions, and are, in fact, Innumerable
Gallery - For while the church is made blessed in Christ, as her Head, which is said to be upon her "like Carmel, and the hair of her head like purple;" meaning, that Christ being the Head of his body the church, high, like the lofty mount Carmel, all the Innumerable members on him beautiful as the purple coloured hair, the most lovely and valued among eastern women, the Lord praises his church with saying, "How fair and how pleasant art thou, O love, for delights! Thou hast ravished my heart, my sister, my spouse! thou hast ravished my heart with one of thine eyes, with one chain of thy neck
Salvation - " For, to be saved as Christ saves, is to have all our Innumerable sins and transgressions forgiven and blotted out; all those heavy loads of guilt which oppressed our souls perfectly removed from our minds
Divination - ]'>[5]6 ...
The Pax Romana and the toleration of the Roman Government permitted the cults of Innumerable divinities and all these forms of divination to spread throughout the Empire; and Jews, Christians, worshippers of all kinds of Eastern and Egyptian deities, diviners, ‘magicians, astrologers, and wizards jostled each other in a theological confusion to which no parallel can be found’ (K. Besides mentioning Jahweh, the God of the Hebrews, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit, worshipped by the Christians, and some of the Innumerable ethnic deities, the literature of the Apostolic Age contains references to angels, archangels, living creatures, Satan, the Devil, the Wicked One, the Antichrist, demons, unclean and evil powers, dominions, principalities, authorities, thrones, and glories. The testimony of history to this fact is fully confirmed by the discovery of contemporary texts, among which are ‘innumerable … horoscopes, amulets, cursing tablets, and magical books
Stars - The stars were looked upon as Innumerable: ‘tell the stars, if thou be able to tell them’ ( Genesis 15:5 )
Fall of Man - For, that man is a fallen creature, is evident, if we consider his misery as an inhabitant of the natural world; the disorders of the globe we inhabit, and the dreadful scourges with which it is visited; the deplorable and shocking circumstances of our birth; the painful and dangerous travail of women; our natural uncleanliness, helplessness, ignorance, and nakedness; the gross darkness in which we naturally are, both with respect to God and a future state; the general rebellion of the brute creation against us; the various poisons that lurk in the animal, vegetable, and mineral world, ready to destroy us: the heavy curse of toil and sweat to which we are liable; the Innumerable calamities of life, and the pangs of death
Locusts - It should seem to have been an Innumerable host of little insects, so little that a man might tread at one time many of them under his feet; but yet from the vast swarms, the destruction of thousands brought no relief, for the millions remaining were enough for the accomplishment of ruin wherever they came
Cave - ]'>[9] says that there are ‘innumerable instances of stables cut in rock, resembling the Bethlehem grotto
Fathers - With one exception (Luke 1:17) where it means ‘parents,’ as contrasted with ‘children,’ it is always employed in the sense of ‘ancestors,’ as in Innumerable passages in the OT (Genesis 47:9, 1 Kings 11:43; 1 Kings 14:31; 1 Kings 15:8 etc
Ceremony - The power of godliness was lost in forms; and the innovations of a profane will-worship became almost Innumerable
Tribes - The servants of Revelation 7:1-8, who are safeguarded on earth, are the Innumerable multitude of Revelation 7:9-17, viewed after their martyr death under a definitely Christian light
Atheist - Was ever any considerable work, in which there was required a great variety of parts, and a regular and orderly disposition of those parts, done by chance! Will chance fit means to ends, and that in ten thousand instances, and not fail in any one? How often might a man, after he had jumbled a set of letters in a bag, fling them out upon the ground, before they would fall into an exact poem; yea, or so much as make a good discourse in prose? And may not a little book be as easily made by chance as the great volume of the world? How long might a man be in sprinkling colours upon canvass with a careless hand, before they would happen to make the exact picture of a man? And is a man easier made by chance than his picture? How long might twenty thousand blind men, who should be sent out from several remote parts of England, wander up and down before they would all meet upon Salisbury plain, and fall into rank and file in the exact order of an army? And, yet, this is much more easy to be imagined than how the Innumerable blind parts of matter should rendezvous themselves into a world
Neonomianism - This I deny in places Innumerable
Phar'Isees, - Of the trifling character of these regulations Innumerable instances are to be found in the Mishna
Matthew (2) - The sinners mentioned along with the publicans at the feast were those who violated the Law, or did not try to keep its Innumerable commands as set forth by the scribes or interpreted by the Pharisees
Assembly - Hebrews 12:23 : ‘Ye are come … to Innumerable hosts of angels, to the general assembly and church of the firstborn who are enrolled in heaven’ (Revised Version ; μυριάσιν ἀγγέλων, πανηγύρει καὶ ἐκκλησίᾳ πρωτοτόκων ἀπογεγραμμένων ἐν οὐρανοῖς)
Palm Tree - ...
The supreme expression of the palm as the symbol of triumphant homage is in the Apocalyptic vision, where the Innumerable multitude who nave come through the great tribulation, and who serve God day and night, stand before the throne and before the Lamb, clothed in white robes and with palms in their hands (Revelation 7:9; Revelation 7:14)
Moral Obligation - Innumerable instances of this contrariety might be adduced, which are all contrary to the notion of instinctive sentiment
Casuistry - Although the morality of the Gospel is distinguished by its purity and by its elevation, it is necessarily exhibited in a general form; certain leading principles are laid down; but the application of these to the Innumerable cases which occur in the actual intercourse of life, is left to the understanding and the conscience of individuals
Assurance - " To these may be added Innumerable passages which express the comfort, the confidence, and the joy of Christians; their "friendship" with God; their "access" to him; their entire union and delightful intercourse with him; and their absolute confidence in the success of their prayers
Babel - Faber thinks encumbered with Innumerable difficulties
Lebanon - The former are fertile and picturesque, while down their Innumerable valleys course numberless mountain streams to feed the many rivers flowing seawards
Lamb - (b) At the very centre of the heavenly host, together with God He receives universal homage from the highest beings in heaven-innumerable angels-and the entire animated creation (Revelation 5:8-13; Revelation 7:9-10)
Heaven - Paul tells the believing Hebrews, "Ye are come unto Mount Zion, and unto the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, and to an Innumerable company of angels, to the general assembly and church of the first-born, which are written," or are enrolled, "in heaven, and to God the Judge of all, and to the spirits of just men made perfect, and to Jesus the Mediator of the new covenant, and to the blood of sprinkling, that speaketh better things than the blood of Abel,"...
Hebrews 12:22-24
Relics - Such was the origin of that respect for sacred relics, which afterwards was perverted into a formal worship of them, and became the occasion of Innumerable processions, pilgrimages, and miracles, from which the church of Rome hath derived incredible advantage
Laodicea - She who has Innumerable flocks on her Phrygian hills, and whose fine black woollen fabrics are prized everywhere, has need of white garments to cover her own moral nakedness (Revelation 3:18)
Persecution - From time to time Innumerable schemes were suggested to overthrow the reformed church, and wars were set on foot for the same purpose. ...
A horrible scene of things, says Thuanus, when the very streets and passengers resounded with the noise of those that met together for murder and plunder; and groans of those who were dying, and the shrieks of such as were just going to be butchered, were everywhere heard; the bodies of the slain thrown out of the windows; the courts and chambers of the houses filled with them; the dead bodies of others dragged through the streets; their blood running through the channels in such plenty, that torrents seemed to empty themselves in the neighbouring river, in a word, an Innumerable multitude of men, women with child, maidens, and children, were all involved in one common destruction; and the gates and entrances of the king's palace all besmeared with their blood. When the Moors conquered Spain, in the eighth century, they allowed the Christians the free exercise of their religion; but in the fifteenth century, when the Moors were overcome, and Ferdinand subdued the Moriscoes, the descendants of the above Moors, many thousands were forced to be baptised, or burnt, massacred, or banished, and the children sold for slaves; besides Innumerable Jews, who shared the same cruelties, chiefly by means of the infernal courts of inquisition
Games - The victors were crowned with a wreath of laurel in presence of their country; they were celebrated in the rapturous effusions of their poets; they were admired, and almost adored, by the Innumerable multitudes which flocked to the games, from every part of Greece, and many of the adjacent countries. On each side of the stadium and its extremity, ran an ascent or kind of terrace, covered with seats and benches, upon which the spectators were seated, an Innumerable multitude collected from all parts of Greece, to which the Apostle thus alludes in his figurative description of the Christian life: "Seeing we are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight," Hebrews 12:1
Nature And Natural Phenomena - But it also assists us by enabling us to understand that no sinister or misleading suggestions lurk behind the silence of Jesus on the Innumerable problems that try the modern mind in its outlook on the natural order. These two worlds to most men are divided by a deep chasm; but to Him there were Innumerable bridges of connexion between them, and His thoughts traversed these in a perpetual play of happy insight, finding in both unending correspondences that were real and true, each shedding light into the heart of the other
Justification - Although advanced in years, Abraham was promised a child Isaac, through whom Innumerable descendants would emerge
Hutchinsonians - There are also Innumerable references to things of nature, and descriptions of them
Existence of God - The Innumerable alterations and manifest dependence every where observable in the world, prove that the things which exist in it neither are nor could be from eternity
je'Sus Christ - Here are a few of the Innumerable popular sayings of the period: 'Jerusalem was destroyed because the instruction of the young was neglected
Alexandria - Hence arose a heterogeneous mass of opinions, under the name of the Eclectic philosophy, and which was the foundation of endless confusion, error, and absurdity, not only in the Alexandrian school, but among Jews and Christians; producing among the former that specious kind of philosophy, which they called their Cabala, and among the latter Innumerable corruptions of the Christian faith
Demon, Demoniacal Possession, Demoniacs - ]'>[17] but that the Israelites from the earliest times, like every other race, peopled the world with Innumerable unseen powers, cannot admit of doubt. ) consists of himself, as head, and an Innumerable horde of angels or messengers (מַלאָבים) who do his will;* [13] this is the exact antithesis of the kingdom of God† Neonomians - This I deny in places Innumerable
Athens - In their case the worship of the gods survived only in that cultus of physical beauty to which Innumerable sculptured forms bore silent witness, while such spiritual faith as they still retained found expression rather in altars Ἀγνώστῳ Θεῷ; to the existence of which Pausanias (i
Canaan - This river, passing through lake Merom and the sea of Galilee, flows south with Innumerable windings into the Dead sea
Hebrews - In past ages Innumerable exactions and wrongs have been heaped upon them
Papyri And Ostraca - The researches and excavations of European and American archæological institutes and of special archæological expeditions, in which the Governments of almost all civilized countries and many wealthy individuals have taken part, bring to light Innumerable inscribed stones every year. leases, accounts and receipts, contracts of marriage and divorce, wills, denunciations, notes of trials, and tax-papers, are there in Innumerable examples; moreover, there are letters and notes, schoolboys’ exercise-books, horoscopes, diaries, petitions, etc
Regeneration - The Spirit of God, doubtless, has Innumerable ways of dealing with human souls; still, if we look closely, it will be found that there are certain elements which do in some degree enter into all experience in regeneration, and furnish, so far, a test of the reality of the change
Ugarit - New readings of biblical texts in the light of Ugaritic grammar, syntax, and lexicon open up Innumerable possibilities for new or revised interpretations and translations
Adoption - The Almighty was under no obligation to do this; for he had Innumerable spirits whom he had created, besides his own Son, who had all the perfections of the divine nature, who was the object of his delight, and who is styled the heir of all things, Hebrews 12:6-1195
Sea - A similar reference is found in Hebrews 11:12, in which the writer emphasized how faith on Abraham’s part brought life out of death, giving him posterity ‘as the sand which is upon the sea shore Innumerable
Deuteronomy, the Book of - Included in those covenants were the following promises: (1) that Israel would be God's special nation, (2) that Yahweh God would be their God, (3) that they would be obedient to God, and (4) that God would give them a homeland and Innumerable descendants
Magnificat - ...
Μαριάμ is the reading of all Greek Manuscripts , of the great majority of Latin Manuscripts , and of Innumerable Patristic testimonies, back to the 2nd cent
Plagues of Egypt - The mass of dead frogs collected in heaps ( Exodus 8:14 ) would lead to the breeding of Innumerable insects
Profaning, Profanity - And by reason of these abuses, such worshippers had first to make their way through the distracting scenes of this profane bazaar; and even as they Knelt at prayer on the other side of the boundary, to have their ears filled with the noisy cries of the merchants, the bleating of Innumerable sheep, and the lowing of excited cattle
Retribution (2) - Though he repented and built her a better house, and had performed Innumerable other good deeds, yet for this he suffered in hell for eighty thousand years
Exorcism - -It is pointed out in the article Divination that man, at a very early period, came to think of himself as surrounded by Innumerable spirits, many of whom could enter into and influence him
Multitude - ; (d) τῶν μυριάδων τοῦ ὄχλου, Luke 12:1 ‘the many thousands of the multitude’ (Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 ), ‘an Innumerable multitude of people’ (Authorized Version ), multis turbis (Vulgate ); this ὄχλος appears to be the largest mentioned in the Gospels, and the words ‘in the mean time’ (ἐν οἶς) at the beginning of the verse suggest that it was drawn together by the conflict between Christ and His adversaries which is narrated in the previous chapter
Baptize, Baptism - ...
Peter's new contribution (3:21-22) raises Innumerable questions
Heaven, Heavens, Heavenlies - The Innumerable stars are an object lesson of the abundant way God will fulfill his covenant with Abraham (Genesis 22:17 ; Exodus 32:13 ; Joshua 10:12-13 ; 1 Chronicles 27:23 ; Nehemiah 9:23 )
Galilee - In addition to these lakes and rivers, there are many greater streams and Innumerable springs and wells
Christianity (History Sketch) - The open manner in which it was announced, the length of time during which its Author publicly addressed his countrymen, the Innumerable miracles which he performed, and, above all, the report of the resurrection under circumstances which must have been communicated to the imperial government at Rome, excited the deep attention of the numerous Jews and proselytes who, from surrounding nations, regularly went up to Jerusalem, and of whom vast numbers were actually in that city when the resurrection must have been the subject of universal discussion
Devil - In the period of the NT the belief in devils as spirits, evil and Innumerable, was general amongst the nations, whether Jewish or Gentile; but in Jesus and His disciples the cruder features of the belief, such as the grotesqueness of the functions assigned to these spirits in the literature of the second century, do not appear
Temple - In the holy place, besides the altar of incense, which was made of cedar overlaid with gold there were seven golden candlesticks in stead of one, and the table of shew-bread was replaced by ten golden tables, bearing, besides the shew bread, the Innumerable golden vessels for the service of the sanctuary
Sacrifices - The Creator has bestowed Innumerable benefits upon His creatures, and is justly to be regarded by them as their Friend
Exodus, the Book of - The unvarying tradition of the Jews, to whom Exodus was addressed, confirms the impression of genuineness which the internal Innumerable coincidences produce on the mind
Demoniac - But no one who admits the Scriptures to decide this question, can consistently stand upon that objectionable ground of interpretation to which he is forced by denying the plain and consistent sense of Innumerable passages
Edom - '" In the interior of Idumea, where the ruins of some of its ancient cities are still visible, and in the extensive valley which reaches from the Red to the Dead Sea, the appearance of which must now be totally and sadly changed from what it was, "the whole plain presented to the view an expanse of shifting sands, whose surface was broken by Innumerable undulations and low hills
Ethics - The law was "hedged" with Innumerable minor rules, to express the whole duty of man; enthusiasts (Hasidim, later Pharisees) defended it, devoted scribes expounded it, synagogues inculcated it, exaggerated claims held it to be "superior to prophecy, " "light and life of all, " and "eternal
Collection - Murderous bands infested the provinces, and the streets of Jerusalem witnessed Innumerable deeds of cruelty and bloodshed
Solomon - Besides my Innumerable sins, I confess before Thee that I am debtor to Thee for the gracious talent of Thy gifts and graces, winch I have neither put into a napkin nor put it as I ought to exchangers, but have mis-spent it in things for which I was least fit, so as I may truly say my soul hath been a stranger in the house of my pilgrimage
Evolution (Christ And) - —It is certain also that, so far, the Innumerable efforts which have been put forth during the past century, from almost every conceivable point of view, to give a naturalistic explanation of the life and Person of Jesus Christ, have not, in whole or in part, disposed of this problem
Preaching - Public preaching does not appear under this economy to have been attached to the priesthood: priests were not officially preachers; and we have Innumerable instances of discourses delivered in assemblies by men of other tribes beside that of Levi, Psalms 68:11
Omnipresence - The matter of our world, or the small parts which constitute the air, the earth, and the waters, is yet continually moved, so as to produce effects of this kind; such are the Innumerable herbs, and trees, and fruits which adorn the earth, and support the countless millions of creatures who inhabit it
Fall (2) - These are examples of Innumerable passages which represent the mission of Christ in this light
Perseverance - Saintly experience is not all in one mould, but all differences, however great, may serve to manifest the power and the plenitude of the sanctifying Spirit of grace, the Innumerable varieties corroborating one another, and in their cumulative effect enhancing the impression made by each
Preaching - ...
Public preaching does not appear under the aeconomy to have been attached to the priesthood: priests were not officially preachers; and we have Innumerable instances of discourses delivered in religious assemblies by men of other tribes besides that of Levi, Psalms 68:11
Egypt - In the midst of Innumerable superstitions, the theology of Egypt contained the two great principles of religion, the existence of a supreme Being, and the immortality of the soul
Gnosticism - The Saviour descends, and after Innumerable sufferings is able to lead back the fallen aeon to the Pleroma, where He unites with her in a spiritual marriage
Arius, Followers of - Two other creeds of considerable length, one of them provided with Innumerable anathemas, were drawn up at Sirmium
Dream (2) - ...
So little, indeed, do emptiness and disorder enter into the very essence of dreaming, that common experience supplies Innumerable examples of dreams thoroughly coherent and consequent
Abram - Wars and violences, droughts, famines, and the constant increase of population, continued to impel these Innumerable, but at first, small streams of men into parts still more remote
Josephus - He was the Christ; and when, on the indictment of the leading men amongst us, Pilate had sentenced Him to the Cross, those who loved Him at the first did not cease to do so; for on the third day He again appeared to them alive, as the divine prophets had affirmed these and Innumerable other things concerning Him
Koran - It was an admirable contrivance to bring down the whole Alcoran only to the lowest heaven, not to earth; since, had the whole been published at once, Innumerable objections would have been made, which it would have been impossible for him to have solved; but as he received it by parcels, as God saw fit they should be published for the conversion and instruction of the people, he had a sure way to answer all emergencies, and to extricate himself with honour from any difficulty which might occur
Enoch Book of - 3-14); an Innumerable multitude, and four presences (=archangels)-Michael, Raphael, Gabriel, and Phanuel-and their functions (xl
Jerusalem (2) - ...
More important than springs or wells are the Innumerable cisterns with which, from the earliest times, the hill of Jerusalem has been honeycombed
Christ in Modern Thought - Social theory embraces Innumerable divergences of opinion, all of which have been influential in directing attention to the social situation and its effects on character
Christ in Reformation Theology - He meant not merely that the Schoolmen played with the outsides of doctrines, and asked and solved Innumerable trivial questions, but also that the imposing edifice they erected was hollow within, and had nothing to do with the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ
Church (2) - The controversy is of such enormous proportions that it can only be alluded to here, but a few of the Innumerable books that deal with the subject are mentioned in the list of Literature at the end
Expiation - "...
Add to these, and to Innumerable other similar expressions and allusions, the argument of the Apostle in the Epistle to the Hebrews, in which, by proving at length, that the sacrifice of Christ was superior in efficacy to the sacrifices of the law, he most unequivocally assumes, that the death of Christ was a sacrifice and sin-offering; for without that it would no more have been capable of comparison with the sacrifices of the law, than the death of John the Baptist, St
Palestine - , were made under the scrutiny of Innumerable eyes
Theodorus, Bishop of Mopsuestia - 4) speaks of Theodore's "innumerable books"; John of Antioch, in a letter quoted by Facundus (ii