What does Likewise mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
ὁμοίως likewise 31
ὡσαύτως in like manner 17
וְכֵ֣ן so 4
וְכֵ֖ן so 2
αὐτὸ himself 2
גַם־ also 2
גַּם־ also 2
αὐτῶν himself 2
וְכֵ֨ן so 1
כֵּ֤ן so 1
כֵּֽן־ so 1
וְהִשְׁתַּחֲו֣וּ to bow down. 1
כֵּ֑ן so 1
כֵּֽן so 1
כֵּ֖ן so 1
וַיִּשְׁחֲט֣וּ to kill 1
וְכֵ֤ן so 1
וְזֹ֥את this 1
וְכֹ֛ל all 1
וְכֹל֩ all 1
יַ֤חַד union 1
כָּהֵֽן they 1
וְגֶ֥שֶׁם rain 1
וְגַ֖ם also 1
וְגַ֣ם also 1
וְאַתָּ֣ה you (second pers. 1
וַאֲנִ֕י I (first pers. 1
וְהָאֲלָפִ֣ים cattle 1
ὥστε so that 1
παραπλησίως similarly 1
וּבִשְׁלֹ֨חַ to send 1

Definitions Related to Likewise

G3668


   1 Likewise, equally, in the same way.
   

G5615


   1 in like manner, Likewise.
   

G846


   1 himself, herself, themselves, itself.
   2 he, she, it.
   3 the same.
   Additional Information: Wigram’s frequency count is 4913 not 5117.
   

H7819


   1 to kill, slaughter, beat.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to slaughter.
            1a1a beast for food.
            1a1b sacrifice.
            1a1c person in human sacrifice.
            1a1d beaten, hammered (of shekels).
      1b (Niphal) to be slaughtered, be slain (of food or sacrifice).
   2 (BDB) slaughtering.
      2a word doubtful.
      

H1653


   1 rain, shower.
   

H3651


   1 so, therefore, thus.
      1a thus, so.
      1b just so.
      1c therefore.
      1d so … as (paired with adv).
      1e then.
      1f forasmuch as (in phrase).
      1g (with prep).
         1g1 therefore, this being so (specific).
         1g2 hitherto.
         1g3 therefore, on this ground (general).
         1g4 afterwards.
         1g5 in such case adj.
   2 right, just, honest, true, veritable.
      2a right, just, honest.
      2b correct.
      2c true, veritable.
      2d true!, right!, correct! (in assent).
      

H7971


   1 to send, send away, let go, stretch out.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to send.
         1a2 to stretch out, extend, direct.
         1a3 to send away.
         1a4 to let loose.
      1b (Niphal) to be sent.
      1c (Piel).
         1c1 to send off or away or out or forth, dismiss, give over, cast out.
         1c2 to let go, set free.
         1c3 to shoot forth (of branches).
         1c4 to let down.
         1c5 to shoot.
      1d (Pual) to be sent off, be put away, be divorced, be impelled.
      1e (Hiphil) to send.
      

H2004


   1 they, these, the same, who.
   

H7812


   1 to bow down.
      1a (Qal) to bow down.
      1b (Hiphil) to depress (fig).
      1c (Hithpael).
         1c1 to bow down, prostrate oneself.
            1c1a before superior in homage.
            1c1b before God in worship.
            1c1c before false gods.
            1c1d before angel.
            

H504


   1 cattle, oxen.
      1a in farming.
      1b as a possession.
      

H3162


   1 union, unitedness adv.
   2 together, altogether, all together, alike.
   

G5620


   1 so that, insomuch that.
   2 so then, therefore, wherefore.
   

G3898


   1 similarly, in like manner, in the same way.
   

Frequency of Likewise (original languages)

Frequency of Likewise (English)

Dictionary

Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Likewise
1: ὁμοίως (Strong's #3668 — Adverb — homoios — hom-oy'-oce ) "in like manner" (from the adjective homoios, see LIKE , A, No. 1), is rendered "likewise" in the AV of Matthew 22:26 ; 27:41 , Luke 10:32 ; 16:25 ; John 5:19 ; James 2:25 ; 1 Peter 3:1,7 ; Jude 1:8 ; Revelation 8:12 (in all these the RV has "in like manner"); in the following, AV and RV have "likewise;" Matthew 26:35 ; Luke 5:33 ; 6:31 ; 10:37 ; 17:28,31 ; 22:36 ; John 6:11 ; 21:13 ; Romans 1:27 ; 1 Peter 5:5 . See MANNER , SO.
2: ὡσαύτως (Strong's #5615 — Adverb — hosautos — ho-sow'-toce ) a strengthened form of hos, "as," denotes "in like manner, just so, likewise;" it is sometimes translated "likewise," e.g., Matthew 20:5 ; 21:30 .
3: καί (Strong's #2532 — Conjunction — kai — kahee ) "and, even," is translated "likewise" in the AV and RV of Matthew 20:10 (last kai in the verse), more lit., "even they;" elsewhere the RV has "also," for the AV, "likewise," Matthew 18:35 ; 24:33 ; Luke 3:14 ; 17:10 ; 19:19 ; 21:31 ; Acts 3:24 ; 1 Corinthians 14:9 ; Colossians 4:16 ; 1 Peter 4:1 ; in Matthew 21:24 , the AV has "in like wise" (RV, "likewise").
4: παραπλησίως (Strong's #3898 — Adverb — paraplesios — par-ap-lay-see'-oce ) from para, "beside," and the adjective plesios, "near" (akin to the adverb pelas, "near, hard by"), is used in Hebrews 2:14 , AV, "likewise" (RV, "in like manner"), expressing the true humanity of Christ in partaking of flesh and blood.
Notes: (1) In Matthew 17:12 ; Romans 6:11 , AV, the adverb houtos, "thus, so," is translated "likewise," (RV, "so"); in Luke 15:7 ; 10 , AV, "likewise," RV, "even so;" in Luke 14:33 , AV, followed by oun, "therefore," it is rendered "so likewise" (RV, "so therefore").
Webster's Dictionary - Likewise
(n.) In like manner; also; moreover; too. See Also.

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Likewise - 1), is rendered "likewise" in the AV of Matthew 22:26 ; 27:41 , Luke 10:32 ; 16:25 ; John 5:19 ; James 2:25 ; 1 Peter 3:1,7 ; Jude 1:8 ; Revelation 8:12 (in all these the RV has "in like manner"); in the following, AV and RV have "likewise;" Matthew 26:35 ; Luke 5:33 ; 6:31 ; 10:37 ; 17:28,31 ; 22:36 ; John 6:11 ; 21:13 ; Romans 1:27 ; 1 Peter 5:5 . ...
2: ὡσαύτως (Strong's #5615 — Adverb — hosautos — ho-sow'-toce ) a strengthened form of hos, "as," denotes "in like manner, just so, Likewise;" it is sometimes translated "likewise," e. ...
3: καί (Strong's #2532 — Conjunction — kai — kahee ) "and, even," is translated "likewise" in the AV and RV of Matthew 20:10 (last kai in the verse), more lit. , "even they;" elsewhere the RV has "also," for the AV, "likewise," Matthew 18:35 ; 24:33 ; Luke 3:14 ; 17:10 ; 19:19 ; 21:31 ; Acts 3:24 ; 1 Corinthians 14:9 ; Colossians 4:16 ; 1 Peter 4:1 ; in Matthew 21:24 , the AV has "in like wise" (RV, "likewise"). ...
4: παραπλησίως (Strong's #3898 — Adverb — paraplesios — par-ap-lay-see'-oce ) from para, "beside," and the adjective plesios, "near" (akin to the adverb pelas, "near, hard by"), is used in Hebrews 2:14 , AV, "likewise" (RV, "in like manner"), expressing the true humanity of Christ in partaking of flesh and blood. ...
Notes: (1) In Matthew 17:12 ; Romans 6:11 , AV, the adverb houtos, "thus, so," is translated "likewise," (RV, "so"); in Luke 15:7 ; 10 , AV, "likewise," RV, "even so;" in Luke 14:33 , AV, followed by oun, "therefore," it is rendered "so Likewise" (RV, "so therefore")
Moreover - ) Beyond what has been said; further; besides; in addition; furthermore; also; Likewise
Also - Likewise in like manner
Moreover - Beyond what has been said further besides also Likewise
Temporal - A term often used for secular, as a distinction from spiritual or ecclesiastical; Likewise for any thing belonging to time in contrast with eternity
Also - ) In like manner; Likewise
Excardination - A cleric is Likewise excardinated if he receives the written permission of his Ordinary to accept a residential benefice in another diocese, or written permission to leave the diocese perpetually, having received such a residential benefice in another diocese. A religious who makes perpetual profession is Likewise excardinated from his diocese
Exeat. - A cleric is Likewise excardinated if he receives the written permission of his Ordinary to accept a residential benefice in another diocese, or written permission to leave the diocese perpetually, having received such a residential benefice in another diocese. A religious who makes perpetual profession is Likewise excardinated from his diocese
Too - ) Likewise; also; in addition
Aquarians - Another branch of them approved of wine at the sacrament, when received in the evening: they Likewise mixed water with the wine
Withal - ) Together with this; Likewise; at the same time; in addition; also
Except - Except ye repent, ye shall all Likewise perish that is, except this fact, that ye repent, or this fact being excepted, removed, taken away, ye shall all Likewise perish. Except, thou or ye, this fact, ye shall all Likewise perish
Effrontes - They are Likewise said to have denied the divinity of the Holy Spirit
Foretell - ...
All the prophets from Samuel, and those that follow after, as many as have spoken, have Likewise foretold of these days
Emeer - ) An Arabian military commander, independent chieftain, or ruler of a province; also, an honorary title given to the descendants of Mohammed, in the line of his daughter Fatima; among the Turks, Likewise, a title of dignity, given to certain high officials
Ar - This city was Likewise called Rabbah or Rabbath Moab, to distinguish it from the Ammonite Rabbah
Trinitarians - of Doddridge, where the reader will find a statement of the opinions of the ancients on this doctrine, as Likewise many of the moslems; such as Baxter, Dr
Eke - ) In addition; also; Likewise
Arimathea - At this Rama, which was Likewise called Ramathaim Zophim, as lying in the district of Zuph, or Zoph, Samuel was born, 1 Samuel 1. This was Likewise the native place of Joseph, called Joseph of Arimathea, who begged and obtained the body of Jesus from Pilate, ...
Matthew 26:57
Conine - It is regarded as a derivative of piperidine and Likewise of one of the collidines
Leucin - , and Likewise in the vegetable kingdom
Senate - It is the Jewish ‘senate’ that is meant Likewise in Malachi 1:10 Malachi 1:10 ; 2Ma 4:44
So - (3) It translates homoios, "likewise," e. (9) In 1 Timothy 3:11 , hosautos, "likewise," is translated "even so
Tantalus - ) A Phrygian king who was punished in the lower world by being placed in the midst of a lake whose waters reached to his chin but receded whenever he attempted to allay his thirst, while over his head hung branches laden with choice fruit which Likewise receded whenever he stretched out his hand to grasp them
Incardination - A cleric may Likewise be validly incardinated into a diocese if he has received letters signed by his own Ordinary freeing him from his own diocese absolutely and perpetually (see excardination) and similar letters, signed by the Ordinary who is accepting him into his diocese. Secularized religious may Likewise be incardinated by a bishop if he accepts them without any conditional trial, or if they have been accepted on trial. The cleric must Likewise take an oath before the Ordinary, or his delegate, that he will serve the new diocese perpetually
Too - Likewise also in addition
Lunatic - The Greek terms underlying Matthew 4:24 and Matthew 17:15 are Likewise related to the Greek term for moon
Agate - Agates, which are several kinds, are Likewise procured in India, in various parts of Europe, and at the Cape of Good Hope
Immortality - The wicked will Likewise be resurrected to immortality but they will be cast into hell for eternity
Fallopio, Gabriello - His contributions to practical medicine are Likewise important
Gabriello Fallopio - His contributions to practical medicine are Likewise important
Barber, Chloe - Virgil Barber (1782-1847), an Episcopalian minister, son of Daniel Barber (1756-1834), Likewise a minister, became a Catholic in 1817, together with his wife and five children
Barber, Daniel - Virgil Barber (1782-1847), an Episcopalian minister, son of Daniel Barber (1756-1834), Likewise a minister, became a Catholic in 1817, together with his wife and five children
Barber Family - Virgil Barber (1782-1847), an Episcopalian minister, son of Daniel Barber (1756-1834), Likewise a minister, became a Catholic in 1817, together with his wife and five children
Barber, Virgil - Virgil Barber (1782-1847), an Episcopalian minister, son of Daniel Barber (1756-1834), Likewise a minister, became a Catholic in 1817, together with his wife and five children
Aceldama - It was Likewise called the Fuller's Field, because cloth was dried in it
Ethan - He was called Likewise Idithun, and appears under this name in the titles to several psalms
Nay - I tell you nay, but except ye repent, ye shall all Likewise perish
Vanity - The term is Likewise applied to this world, as unsatisfactory, Ecclesiastes 1:2 ; to lying, Psalms 4:2 ; to idols, Deuteronomy 32:21 ; to whatever disappoints our hopes, Psalms 60:11
Heritage - The law and God's protective care are Likewise called a heritage (Psalm 119:111 ; Isaiah 54:17 )
Comprehension - The scheme was Likewise revived again immediately after the revolution
Angelites - They were called Likewise Severites, from Severus, who was the head of their sect; as also Theodosians, from one Theodosius, whom they made pope at Alexandria
to-Day - Go and do Likewise, living, but dying men! Now is the accepted time; to-day, according to the true testimony of his adversaries, 'This man receiveth sinners
Omen - The faithful witness of Christians in the face of opposition is Likewise an omen or sign pointed to the salvation of believers and the destruction of God's enemies (Philippians 1:28 )
Celibacy - Jesus said that some have made themselves eunuchs for the sake of the kingdom and that those who were able to do Likewise should do so (Matthew 19:12 )
Footed - If we talk well, but we walk contrary to the Word of GOD, we shall Likewise be rejected
Pitch - The ark in which the infant Moses was put, was Likewise thus rendered waterproof
Kirk Sessions - ...
Kirk sessions have Likewise the care of the poor, and poor's funds
Iddo - It is probable that he Likewise wrote some prophecies against Jeroboam, the son of Nebat, 2 Chronicles 9:29 , wherein part of Solomon's life was included
Manner - ...
C — 3: ὡσαύτως (Strong's #5615 — Adverb — hosautos — ho-sow'-toce ) a strengthened form of hos, "thus," signifies "just so, Likewise, in like manner," e. , 1 Timothy 2:9 ; in the following the RV has "in like manner," for AV, "likewise;" Mark 14:31 ; Luke 22:20 ; Romans 8:26 ; 1 Timothy 3:8 ; 5:25 ; in Luke 20:31 the RV has "likewise," AV, "in like manner. " See Likewise. ...
C — 4: ὁμοίως (Strong's #3668 — Adverb — homoios — hom-oy'-oce ) akin to the adjective homoios, "like," signifies in "like manner, equally;" in the following the RV has "in like manner" for AV, "likewise;" Matthew 27:41 ; Mark 4:16 ; 15:31 ; Luke 10:32 ; 13:3 ; 16:25 ; John 5:19 ; (Hebrews 9:21 ); James 2:25 ; 1 Peter 3:1,7 ; Revelation 8:12 ; in Revelation 2:15 the AV "which thing I hate" translates a variant reading (ho miso). See Likewise , SO. ...
Note: For paraplesios, Hebrews 2:14 , RV, see Likewise , No
Gregory Xii, Pope - He was elected after swearing to resign, in order to end the Great Schism, if Benedict XIII, the Avignon pope, would do Likewise
Angelo Corrario - He was elected after swearing to resign, in order to end the Great Schism, if Benedict XIII, the Avignon pope, would do Likewise
Angelo Correr - He was elected after swearing to resign, in order to end the Great Schism, if Benedict XIII, the Avignon pope, would do Likewise
Apostolical Constitutions - Clement, whose name they Likewise bear
Apostle - It is Likewise given to those persons who first planted the Christian faith in any place
Gadara - The vicinity was Likewise called the country of the Gergesenes, from Gerasa, or Gergesa, another considerable city in the same neighbourhood
Gog And Magog - The prophecy of Ezekiel, Ezekiel 39:1-22 , seems to be revived in the Apocalypse, where the hosts of Gog and Magog are represented as coming to invade "the beloved city," and perishing with immense slaughter Likewise in Armageddon, "the mount of Mageddo," or Megiddo, Revelation 16:14-16 ; Revelation 20:7-10
Hophni And Phinehas - Men in all ages are prone to rely on a form of religion, while the heart and life are not right with God; and all who thus sin, like the sons of Eli, must perish Likewise
Violence - The Exile was Likewise God's response to a Jerusalem filled with violence (Ezekiel 7:23 ). Likewise, do violent men lay siege to the kingdom, or do “forceful men lay hold of it” (NIV)? Though the NIV interpretation fits well with Luke's parallel (Luke 16:16 ), it appears too much like an effort to tone down the real harshness of Matthew's language
Anoint - Likewise, Israel (Psalm 89:38 ), and even Cyrus (Isaiah 45:1 ) are called God's anointed because of God's working through them. Likewise, the Christian is anointed by God (2 Corinthians 1:21 ; 1 John 2:27 ) for the tasks of ministry
Afflictions: Winning the Heart For God - At first the child runs about the room, but his father ties up his feet; he then plays with his hands until they Likewise are tied
Bind - By binding and loosing, in the language of the Jews, is understood, Likewise, permitting and forbidding; or declaring any thing in a judicial manner to be permitted or forbidden; and on the promotion of their doctors, they put the keys into their hands with these words, "Receive the power of binding and loosing
da'Gon - Traces of the worship of Dagon Likewise appear in the names Caphar-dagon (near Jamnia) and Beth-dagon in Judah, (Joshua 15:41 ) and Asher
Eulogy - The name eulogy was Likewise given to loaves or cakes brought to church by the faithful to have them blessed
Basilian Monks - This order Likewise boasts of several emperors, kings, and princes, who have embraced its rule
Kindness - Christians Likewise are to be kind, particularly in being patient with people and circumstances that test or annoy them (2 Corinthians 6:6; Ephesians 4:32; Colossians 3:12-13; see PATIENCE)
Jannes - He speaks, Likewise, of the faction or sect of magicians, of which, he says, Moses, Jannes, and Jocabel, or Jopata, were heads. He cites a book entitled "Jannes and Mambres," which is Likewise quoted by Origen, and ranked as apocryphal by Pope Gelasius
Hill, Hill Country - The area to the east of the Jordan and the Dead Sea is Likewise hill country
Abyss - Abyss is Likewise used to denote the grave or common receptacle of the dead, Romans 10:7 : also hell, or the bottomless pit, Luke 8:31
Bar-Jesus - Origen and Chrysostom think that Elymas, or Bar-Jesus, was converted Likewise; and that St
Rachel - Leah did Likewise with her maid, after which she produced more sons of her own. She might Likewise have mourned over the slaughter of the Jewish babies by Herod (Matthew 2:16-18)
Esdraelon - PLAIN OF, in the tribe of Issachar, extends east and west from Scythopolis to Mount Carmel; called, Likewise, the Great Plain, the Valley of Jezreel, the Plain of Esdrela. This plain has Likewise been used for the same purpose by the armies of every conqueror or invader, from Nabuchodonosor, king of Assyria, to his imitator, Napoleon Buonaparte, who, in the spring of 1799, with a small body of French, defeated an army of several thousand Turks and Mamelukes
Emerods - This word occurs, Likewise, in Deuteronomy 28:27 ; and it is worthy of remark, that it is every where explained in the keri, or marginal readings, by the Aramaean word, טחרים ; an expression which, in the Syriac dialect, where it occurs under the forms, טוראח and טחירא , means the fundament, and Likewise the effort which is made in an evacuation of the system
Archelaus - Antipas, his brother, went to Rome Likewise, to dispute his title, pretending that Herod's first will should be preferred to his last, which he alleged to have been made by him when his understanding was not sound. Augustus heard them, and Likewise heard Archelaus in reply; then broke up the assembly without declaring himself. After some days, he sent for Archelaus, gave him the title, not of king, but of ethnarch, with one moiety of the territories which his father Herod had enjoyed; promising him the crown Likewise, if his good conduct deserved it
Johann Eck - He Likewise combated the heresy in his other works, the most important of which is "Loci communes adversus Lutherum et alios hostes ecclesire" (arguments against Luther and other enemies of the Church)
Johann Eckius - He Likewise combated the heresy in his other works, the most important of which is "Loci communes adversus Lutherum et alios hostes ecclesire" (arguments against Luther and other enemies of the Church)
Johann Maier - He Likewise combated the heresy in his other works, the most important of which is "Loci communes adversus Lutherum et alios hostes ecclesire" (arguments against Luther and other enemies of the Church)
Maier, Johann - He Likewise combated the heresy in his other works, the most important of which is "Loci communes adversus Lutherum et alios hostes ecclesire" (arguments against Luther and other enemies of the Church)
Bidding Prayer - After which, all the people said their beads in a general silence, and the minister kneeled down Likewise, and said his: they were to say a paternoster, ave maria, &c
Eckius, Johann - He Likewise combated the heresy in his other works, the most important of which is "Loci communes adversus Lutherum et alios hostes ecclesire" (arguments against Luther and other enemies of the Church)
Eck, Johann - He Likewise combated the heresy in his other works, the most important of which is "Loci communes adversus Lutherum et alios hostes ecclesire" (arguments against Luther and other enemies of the Church)
Ashkenaz - From the same source, Likewise, the Pontus Euxinus, or Black Sea, derived its name
Haran - Thither it was Likewise that Jacob repaired to Laban, when he fled from Esau, Genesis 27:43 ; Genesis 28:10
Chariot - The armies of other nations Likewise relied heavily on chariots (1 Kings 22:31; 2 Kings 6:11-14; 2 Kings 18:24; 2 Kings 19:23; see also WAR)
Hypostasis - " It Likewise signifies confidence, stability, firmness, 2 Corinthians 9:4
Davidists - He is Likewise said to have denied the existence of angels good and evil, and to have disbelieved the doctrine of a future judgment
Lock - Priests were Likewise prohibited from shaving their heads, though they could trim their hair (Ezekiel 44:20 )
Ethiopians - In earlier days Napata, a town on the Nile, somewhat north or Meroë, which was Likewise on the Nile, had been the capital; but though Napata still retained some of its prestige as the sacred city, yet the seat of government had been removed to Meroë
Haman - His ten sons were Likewise executed
Anna - Anna was fourscore years of age when the holy virgin came to present Jesus in the temple; and entering accidentally, while Simeon was pronouncing his thanksgiving, she Likewise began to praise God, and to speak of the Messiah to all those who waited for redemption in Jerusalem
Secularization - The Holy See alone may give this permission to religious who belong to religious institutes of pontifical right; but the Ordinary of the place is Likewise competent for religious of diocesan right. He is Likewise freed from his vows, without prejudice to the obligations attached to major Orders, if he has received them; he is not obliged to say Divine Office by reason of his profession nor is he bound to the other rules and constitutions
Light of the World, Parable of the - But this light must Likewise be our moral guide, and reveal the otherwise unfathomable mystery of unbelief
Idle - The biblical witness Likewise does not trace all poverty to idleness
Field - Fields were Likewise distinguished from barren wasteland (Ezekiel 33:27 )
Tower - …”...
The word often refers to a “small fortress”: “And he went up thence to Penuel, and spake unto them Likewise: and the men of Penuel answered him as the men of Succoth had answered him
Threshing Floors - Thus, Gideon's floor, Judges 6:37 , appears to have been in the open air; as was Likewise that of Araunah the Jebusite; else it would not have been a proper place for erecting an altar and offering sacrifice
Widow - We find the practice of this custom before the law in the person of Tamar, who married successively Er and Onan, the sons of Judah, and who was Likewise to have married Selah, the third son of this patriarch, after the two former were dead without issue, Genesis 38:6-11
Disciple, - John the Baptist had disciples, who Likewise fasted
Rose - Among the ancients it occupied a conspicuous place in every chaplet; it was a principal ornament in every festive meeting, and at every solemn sacrifice; and the comparisons in Sir_24:14 ; Sir_50:8 , show that the Jews were Likewise much delighted with it
Potiphar - ]'>[1] ‘captain of the guard’), and Likewise saris , ‘eunuch’ of Pharaoh
Thus - See FASHION , B, Likewise , Note (1), MANNER , C, No
Inn - In modern Syria, in villages where there is no khan, there is a house for the entertainment of travellers, with a man appointed to look after it: for its accommodations, meagre as they are, payment is exacted, and the keeper Likewise gets a fee
Treasure - 1: θησαυρός (Strong's #2344 — Noun Masculine — thesauros — thay-sow-ros' ) denotes (1) "a place of safe keeping" (possibly akin to tithemi, "to put"), (a) "a casket," Matthew 2:11 ; (b) "a storehouse," Matthew 13:52 ; used metaphorically of the heart, Matthew 12:35 , twice (RV, "out of his treasure"); Luke 6:45 ; (2) "a treasure," Matthew 6:19-21 ; 13:44 ; Luke 12:33,34 ; Hebrews 11:26 ; "treasure" (in heaven or the heavens), Matthew 19:21 ; Mark 10:21 ; Luke 18:22 ; in these expressions (which are virtually equivalent to that in Matthew 6:1 , "with your Father which is in Heaven") the promise does not simply refer to the present life, but looks Likewise to the hereafter; in 2 Corinthians 4:7 it is used of "the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ," descriptive of the Gospel, as deposited in the earthen vessels of the persons who proclaim it (cp
Dagon - Likewise the overthrow of the idol of Dagon before the ark of the covenant demonstrated God's predominance (1 Samuel 5:1-7 )
Calf, Golden - The worship carried out at their sanctuaries was Likewise strongly tainted with immoral practises
Golden Calf - The worship carried out at their sanctuaries was Likewise strongly tainted with immoral practises
Jesus Christ, Passion of - The further passages which are found separately in the three synoptists quite easily harmonize with the intention that particular narrator had in mind, and with the peculiarities elsewhere noted in the same narrator; this is Likewise true of John's account of the Passion
Architecture - The palace and temple of Solomon were Likewise the work of Phœnician architects, and the former doubtless supplied the model for the more ambitious private buildings under the monarchy
Simon the Apostle, Saint - The manner and place of his death are Likewise obscure; he may have died in peace at Edessa; the Latins claim that he was martyred at Suanir in Colchis; the Armenians believed that he was martyred at Weriosphora in Iberia
Hittites - Likewise the people of various states and cities in Syria still called themselves Hittites (Joshua 1:4; 2 Samuel 24:6; 1 Kings 10:29; 1 Kings 11:1; 2 Kings 7:6)
Socinians - Some of them Likewise maintain the sleep of the soul, which, they say, becomes insensible at death, and is raised again with the body at the resurrection, when the good shall be established in the possession of eternal felicity, while the wicked shall be consigned to a fire that will not torment them eternally, but for a certain duration proportioned to their demerits. He believed in the pre-existence of Christ, and Likewise that he was more than a human being; and took upon him human nature for a higher purpose than merely revealing to mankind the will of God, and instructing them in their duty and in the doctrines of religion
Upper Room - Here, Likewise, their splendour, being at the top of the house, is enjoyed by the poor Greeks with more retirement, and less chance of molestation from the intrusion of Turks: here, when the professors of the college waited upon me to pay their respects, they were received in ceremony, and sat at the window. ' The very great plenty of oil in this neighbourhood would enable them to afford many lamps; the heat of these and so much company would cause the drowsiness of Eutychus, at that late hour, and be the occasion, Likewise, of the windows being open
Resurrection of the Dead - This same federal and vital union of the Christian with Christ Likewise causes the resurrection of the believer to be similar to as well as consequent upon that of Christ (1 Corinthians 15:49 ; Philippians 3:21 ; 1 John 3:2 )
Montanists - Afterwards they wrote an account of what had passed to the western churches, where the pretended prophecies of Montanus and his followers were Likewise condemned
Victory - ...
Within themselves Likewise Christians have a conflict
Even - ) In an equal or precisely similar manner; equally; precisely; just; Likewise; as well
Idumaeans - The Edomites were conquered by Saul in the early part of his reign, 1 Samuel 14:47, and by David Likewise, 2 Samuel 8:14; but at the instigation of Hadad they revolted against Solomon
Hall - The king's hall of Esther 5:1 was, Likewise, the audience chamber of the Persian king
Herodians - Prideaux is of opinion that they derived their name from Herod the Great; and that they were distinguished from the other Jews by their concurrence with Herod's scheme of subjecting himself and his dominions to the Romans, and Likewise by complying with many of their heathen usages and customs
Implicit Faith - ) When the church changes her judgment, God changes his judgment Likewise
Hades - It is Likewise the subterranean abode of all the dead, but only their temporary abode until the advent of the Messiah or the final judgment, and is divided into two departments, called Paradise or Abraham's bosom for the good, and Gehenna or hell for the bad
Catholic - Hug, in his "Introduction to the New Testament," takes another view of the import of this term, which was certainly used at an early period, as by Origen and others:—"When the Gospels and Acts of the Apostles constituted one peculiar division, the works of Paul also another, there still remained writings of different authors, which might Likewise form a collection of themselves, to which a name must be given
Hireling - A hireling's days or year is a kind of proverb, signifying a full year, without abating any thing of it: "His days are like the days of a hireling," Job 7:1 ; the days of man are like those of a hireling; as nothing is deducted from them, so nothing, Likewise, is added to them
Amen - It is used Likewise in affirmation; and was often thus employed by our Saviour: "Amen, amen," that is, "Verily, verily
Gird, Girdle - They were Likewise made of cotton or linen, Jeremiah 13:1 ; also of silk, sometimes embroidered
Reserve - The virgins, besides the oil in their lamps, carried Likewise a reserve in some other vessel for a continual supply
Mediator - , "a go-between" (from mesos, "middle," and eimi, "to go"), is used in two ways in the NT, (a) "one who mediates" between two parties with a view to producing peace, as in 1 Timothy 2:5 , though more than mere "mediatorship" is in view, for the salvation of men necessitated that the Mediator should Himself posses the nature and attributes of Him towards whom He acts, and should Likewise participate in the nature of those for whom He acts (sin apart); only by being possessed both of deity and humanity could He comprehend the claims of the one and the needs of the other; further, the claims and the needs could be met only by One who, Himself being proved sinless, would offer Himself an expiatory sacrifice on behalf of men; (b) "one who acts as a gurantee" so as to secure something which otherwise would not be obtained
Apollos - No doubt Apollos Likewise was opposed to the Corinthians’ creation of factions
Jealousy - ...
Likewise the godly leader who is concerned for the spiritual progress of God’s people may speak of himself as being jealous for them (2 Corinthians 11:2)
Druids - Strabo, however, does not comprehend all these different orders under the denomination of druids; he only distinguishes three kinds; bardi, poets; the vates, priests and naturalists; and the druids, who, besides the study of nature, applied themselves Likewise to morality. ...
Their garments were remarkably long; and when employed in religious ceremonies, they Likewise wore a white surplice
Fire - He Likewise speaks frequently of the eternal fire prepared for the devil, his angels, and reprobates, Matthew 25:41 . Fire is Likewise taken for persecution, dissension, and division: "I am come to send fire on earth,"...
Luke 12:49 ; as if it was said, upon my coming and publishing the Gospel, there will follow, through the devil's malice and corruption of men, much persecution to the professors thereof, and manifold divisions in the world, whereby men will be tried, whether they will be faithful or not
Judges - The Carthaginians, a colony of the Tyrians, had Likewise governors, whom they called Suffetes, or Sophetim, with authority almost equal to that of kings. There were Likewise long intervals of foreign servitude and oppression, under which the Hebrews groaned without deliverers
Sign - The Sabbath, Likewise, served as a reminder of God's covenant with Moses (Exodus 31:13 ,Exodus 31:13,31:17 ; Ezekiel 20:12 ). Ezekiel, Likewise, illustrated the coming siege of Jerusalem using a brick, earth, and a plate (Ezekiel 4:1-3 ). The sign of Jesus' coming and the end of the age which the disciples requested is, Likewise, an identifying mark (Matthew 24:3 ; Mark 13:4 ; Luke 21:7 ); it is not a matter of evoking faith in Christ's coming but of identifying that event when it occurs. Philip's signs, Likewise, evoked the Samaritans' faith (Acts 8:6 )
Love-Feasts - They had Likewise public feasts for certain districts, suppose for a town or a city, toward which all who could afford it, contributed, in proportion to their different abilities, and all partook of it in common. The Romans Likewise had a feast of the same kind, called charistia; which was a meeting only of those who were akin to each other; and the design of it was, that if any quarrel or misunderstanding had happened among any of them, they might there be reconciled. ]'>[1] In imitation either of these Jewish or Gentile love-feasts, or probably of both, the primitive Christians, in each particular church, had Likewise their love- feasts, which were supplied by the contribution of the members, according to their several abilities, and partaken of by all in common
Haggadah, Halakah - Likewise, haggadah was written down in various biblical commentaries as well as the Talmud
Tad'Mor - This garrison was massacred in a revolt; and Aurelian punished the city by the execution not only of those who were taken in arms, but Likewise of common peasants, of old men, women and children
Exorcism - " The Romanists Likewise exorcise houses and other places supposed to be haunted by unclean spirits; and the ceremony is much the same with that for a person possessed
Waterlandians - They are thus called in distinction from the Flemingians, or Flandrians, and Likewise because they consisted at first of the inhabitants of a district in North Holland, called Waterland
Imposition of Hands - the apostles, Likewise, laid hands on those upon whom they bestowed the Holy Ghost
Fear - It is Likewise put for the law and word of God: "The fear of the Lord is clean, enduring for ever," Psalms 19:9
Weeks - From the circumstance that the Sabbath was the principal day of the week, the whole period of seven days was Likewise called שפת , in Syriac שבתא , in the New Testament σαββατον and σαββατα
Crete - Nature had endowed this island with all that renders man happy; the inhabitants, Likewise, had formerly a constitution which was renowned and frequently compared with that of the Spartans; but at this time, and even long before, all, even laws and morals, had sunk very low
Famine - Famine is Likewise a natural result in the East when caterpillars, locusts or other insects destroy the products of the earth
Primasius, Bishop of Adrumetum - and the Apocalypse; Likewise a treatise (now lost), de Haeresibus, touching on some points which Augustine did not live to treat with sufficient fullness (Isid
Delegate, Apostolic - He Likewise enjoys several other concessions of an honorary nature
Impute, Imputation - Likewise, it is taught that the sins of humanity were imputed to Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 5:21 ), although the exact nature of this divine imputation remains a mystery
Titus, Epistle to - Timothy and Titus are Likewise cautioned against the same prevailing corruptions, and in particular against the same misdirection of their cares and studies
Benediction - Benedictions were Likewise given among the ancient Jews as well as Christians, by imposition of hands
Praise - The Bible recognizes that men and women may also be the objects of praise, either from other people (Proverbs 27:21 ; Proverbs 31:30 ) or from God Himself (Romans 2:29 ), and that angels and the natural world are Likewise capable of praising God (Psalm 148:1 )
Meekness - He submitted to his Father and willingly served the needy around him (Matthew 20:28; John 5:30), and he expected others to do Likewise
Kadesh-Barnea - Likewise, the location of Kadesh-Barnea along the north-south road may explain the rationale for attempting the invasion of Canaan at Arad, since Arad lay north of Kadesh-Barnea on that road
Apostolic Delegate - He Likewise enjoys several other concessions of an honorary nature
Joachimites - They Likewise divided every thing relating to men, doctrine, and manner of living, into three classes, according to the three persons of the Trinity
Religion And Science - " (Spalding, Lectures and Discourses) Likewise the theologian as long as he remains within his territory of revealed doctrine is not likely to bring upon himself the attacks of scientists
Science, Religion And - " (Spalding, Lectures and Discourses) Likewise the theologian as long as he remains within his territory of revealed doctrine is not likely to bring upon himself the attacks of scientists
Purple - " This was a bluish or cerulean purple, Likewise obtained from another species of shellfish
Wise - It is used in composition, as in Likewise, otherwise, lengthwise, &c
Lamentations - In this poem, which is the central poem in the collection, all three verses in each set begin with the same letter, and these sets of initial letters Likewise follow the order of the Hebrew alphabet
Peter, Letters of - Likewise in the home and in the church they must work towards peace and harmony (3:1-12). Christians Likewise must be ready for his return, for they too are accountable to God (3:8-18)
Levites - Under this name may be comprised all the descendants of Levi; but it principally denotes those who were employed in the lowest ministries of the temple, by which they were distinguished from the priests, who, being descended from Aaron, were Likewise of the race of Levi by Kohath, but were employed in higher offices. He adds, that Agrippa permitted Likewise the families of the Levites, whose duty it was to guard the doors, and perform other troublesome offices, to learn to sing and play on instruments, that they might be qualified for the temple service as musicians
Promise - God’s people Likewise should be faithful to their promises, even when it involves them in personal inconvenience (Deuteronomy 23:23; Psalms 15:4; 2 Corinthians 1:17-20)
Cophti - Besides the orders of priests, deacons, and sub-deacons, the Cophts have, Likewise, archimandrites, or abbots; the dignity whereof they confer with all the prayers and ceremonies of a strict ordination
Libertines (2) - They Likewise said that Jesus Christ was nothing but a mere je ne scai quoi, composed of the spirit of God and the opinion of men
Barley - Its employment as provender for horses is mentioned in 1 Kings 4:28, and the chopped straw from the threshing-floor was Likewise used as fodder
Imposition of Hands - The Apostles Likewise laid hands on those upon whom they bestowed the Holy Ghost, but it was a form accompanied by prayer, through which only the blessing was obtained
Banner - Every company has one of these poles belonging to it; some of which have ten, some twelve of these lights on their tops, more or less; and they are Likewise of different figures, as well as numbers; one, perhaps, in an oval shape; another, triangular, or in the form of an M, or N, &c, so that by these every one knows his respective company
Jehovah - We Likewise find in the ancients, Jahoh, Javo, Javu, Jaod
Lie - Likewise people are guilty when they twist the truth to make it acceptable to others (Jeremiah 8:8-9; Jeremiah 14:13-15)
Paulus Edessenus - of Edessa, Interpreter of Books," a title Likewise given to Jacob of Edessa
Goodness - ...
Likewise, although the law of God is good (Psalms 119:39; Romans 7:12; Romans 7:16), obedience to the law will never produce a satisfactory standard of goodness (Romans 7:18-19)
Elder - Of this sort were the 7- men whom Moses associated with himself in the government: such Likewise afterwards were those who held the first rank in the synagogue as presidents
God of the Fathers - Likewise, in the Old Testament, “God of thy fathers” or “God of our fathers” functions to link the author's generation to the God of earlier generations, especially with reference to the promises to the patriarchs (Deuteronomy 1:11 , Deuteronomy 1:21 ; Deuteronomy 4:1 ; Deuteronomy 6:3 ; Deuteronomy 12:1 ; Deuteronomy 26:7 ; Deuteronomy 27:3 )
Apollinaris, the Elder, of Alexandria - He Likewise mentions a treatise on grammar compiled by the elder Apollinaris, χριστιανικῷ τύπῳ
Election, - ...
Another error that has caused a difficulty as to 'election ' is the idea which some maintain that as some are ordained to eternal life, others Likewise are fore-ordained by God to perdition, called 'reprobation
Wealth And Materialism - ...
Paul Likewise warned against the power of money. Deacons Likewise must not be “greedy for money” (1 Timothy 3:8 NRSV)
Responsibility - Likewise, Eve sought to lay the blame on the serpent (Genesis 3 ). Likewise, in the wilderness, Moses affirmed that although the Lord is slow to anger, "he does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation" (Numbers 14:18 )
Christ, Divinity of - In Saint John's Gospel Christ Likewise represents Himself as the "only-begotten Son of God" (3); as consubstantial with the Father: "My Father worketh until now; and I work" (5); as ellsentially one with the Father: "I and the Father are one" (10), "I am in the Father and the Father is in me" (14)
Divinity of Christ - In Saint John's Gospel Christ Likewise represents Himself as the "only-begotten Son of God" (3); as consubstantial with the Father: "My Father worketh until now; and I work" (5); as ellsentially one with the Father: "I and the Father are one" (10), "I am in the Father and the Father is in me" (14)
Perdition - The advocates of probation after death Likewise argue that there is nothing in ἀπώλεια to mean interminable punishment
Branch - Likewise, apart from Christ, an individual has neither spiritual life nor fruit
Germanus, Bishop of Paris - 1121), and Likewise the building by Childebert of the church of St
Grace - He says, Likewise, that the grace of God is the blessing of God's sweet influence, whereby we are induced to take pleasure in that which he commands, to desire and to love it; and that if God does not prevent us with this blessing, what he commands, not only is not perfected, but is not so much as begun in us
Fig - We Likewise read of "cakes of figs," 1 Samuel 25:18 2 Kings 20:7 1 Chronicles 12:40
Amorites - in Canaan) Likewise lost their territory to the conquering Israelites (Joshua 5:1; Joshua 10:5; Joshua 11:1-8)
Deacon, Deaconess - In 1 Timothy 3:11 , there appears the phrase gynaikas hosautos, translated "likewise the women. ...
In favor of views 2,3 is the use of the word "likewise
Pelagians - The council of Ephesus Likewise condemned the opinions of Pelagius and Celestius; and the Emperor Honorius, in 418, published an edict, which ordained that the leaders of the sect should be expelled from Rome, and their followers exiled. Pelagius, when afterward pressed with passages of Scripture, also admitted this supernatural grace; but he placed it solely in the external teaching of the law: though we affirm that God offers his word to men, yet we Likewise affirm that he inwardly causes the understanding to believe. In addition to his previous concessions Pelagius granted, that the grace of Christ was requisite beside the two kinds which he had enumerated; but he attributed it entirely to the doctrine and example of Christ that we are aided in our endeavours not to commit sin: we Likewise admit that the doctrine and example of Christ afford us some aid in refraining from sin, but in addition to their influence we also place the gift of the Holy Spirit with which God endues us, and which enlightens our understandings, and confers strength and power upon our will to abstain from sinning
Inspiration - ...
The New Testament writers Likewise upheld the absolute authority of the Scriptures (Acts 17:2-3; Acts 17:11; 1 John 2:26-270; Romans 12:19; Galatians 3:10; Galatians 3:13; 2 Timothy 3:15-16; 1 Peter 1:16). Likewise Peter, in 2 Peter 3:15-16, grouped the writings of Paul with ‘the other Scriptures’, showing that he considered Paul’s writings to have equal authority with the Old Testament. ...
Believers throughout the history of the church have Likewise had an awareness that, as they read the Bible, God speaks to them through it (Hebrews 4:12)
Last - Likewise the phrase expresses the sufficiency of the Lord, since He is said to include within Himself the “first” as well as the “last”: “Thus saith the Lord the King of Israel, and his Redeemer the Lord of hosts; I am the first, and I am the last; and beside me there is no God” ( Cameronists - Cameron Likewise maintained the possibility of salvation in the church of Rome
Gentile - Paul Likewise preached the gospel to the Jews first, but when they refused it he turned to the Gentiles and there was a great response (Acts 13:46-48; Acts 18:5-6; Acts 22:21; Acts 28:28; Romans 9:30-31; Romans 11:11; Romans 15:16)
Inspiration of Scripture - Likewise, Jeremiah wrote, “And the Lord said unto me, Behold, I have put my words in thy mouth” (Jeremiah 1:9 ). ...
Likewise, many external evidences point to divine inspiration of the Bible. Likewise, incidental matters are not regarded as being inspired
Deposing Power, Papal - In the Middle Ages all Christians constituted one family with the pope as tile common spiritual head, who was Likewise recognized as the common father of Christendom by the political constitutions of the time
Baptists - There is Likewise an academy at Bristol for students, generally known by the name of the Bristol Education Society
Heaven - ’ The prevailing tendency at the present time among theologians, to regard heaven as a state of the soul rather than a place, belongs Likewise to the region of opinion
Unity - The primeval unity of humanity (“one language” Genesis 11:1 ) was Likewise disrupted as a result of sinful pride (Genesis 11:4-8 )
Donatists - Donatus seems Likewise to have embraced the doctrine of the Arians; though St
Ignorant, Ignorance - Likewise, needing the kerygma are the legalists who through ignorance believe that they can effect their own righteousness (Romans 10:3 )
Justice - He urges his readers Likewise to set their thoughts on that which is ‘honourable’ or ‘seemly’ (καλά), not only in the sight of the Lord, but also in the sight of men (Romans 12:17, 2 Corinthians 8:21; 2 Corinthians 13:7)
Anthropomorphitae - anthropomorphism was held independently by many Egyptian monks in the Scetic desert who with Pachomius at their head were the most violent opponents of the spiritualistic theology of Origen and were Likewise called Anthropomorphites; they felt the need of material conceptions in their prayers and ascetic exercises
Breathing - ‘By breathing on them He signified that the Holy Ghost was the Spirit not of the Father alone but Likewise His own’ (Aug
Fitches - Saadias, Likewise, took it to be something of the leguminous kind, גלנאן , cicircula, (misprinted circula in the Polyglott version,) or, "a chickling
Sepulchres - Now, as all these different sorts of tombs and sepulchres, with the very walls Likewise of the inclosures, are constantly kept clean, white-washed, and beautified, they continue to this day to be an excellent comment upon that expression of our Saviour, where he mentions the garnishing of the sepulchres, Matthew 23:29 ; and again, Matthew 23:27 , where he compares the scribes, Pharisees, and hypocrites to whited sepulchres
Father - By father is Likewise understood the institutor of a certain profession
Foot - It was Likewise a mark of respect
Body - )...
Likewise in their dealings with unbelievers Christians must remember that it is the whole person, not just the spirit or soul, that is made in the image of God
Lord's Supper - Some, however, reject this term as not being scriptural; as Likewise the idea of swearing or vowing to the Lord. It is called the eucharist, a thanksgiving, because Christ, in the institution of it, gave thanks, 1 Corinthians 12:24 , and because we, in the participation of it, must give thanks Likewise
Palm Tree - It represents a captive woman sitting under a palm tree, with this inscription, "Judea capta;" [1] and upon a Greek coin, Likewise, of his son Titus, struck upon the like occasion, we see a shield suspended upon a palm tree, with a Victory writing upon it. Shaw remarks, that, though these trees are not now either plentiful or fruitful in other parts of the holy land, yet there are several of them at Jericho, where there is the conveniency they require of being often watered; where, Likewise, the climate is warm, and the soil sandy, such as they thrive and delight in
American Church, the - Catholic and Apostolic Church of England, ispartaker of the same life and the inheritor with the mother Churchof the same worship, rites, customs, doctrines and traditions, and,therefore, its position, Likewise, is ancient and historic, Catholicand Apostolic. ...
The growth of the Church itself, Likewise, has been remarkable whenwe consider the disadvantages under which it labored in those earlydays and the bitter prejudice against it which even yet is notwholly done away
Fashion - 5, Likewise, MANNER, SO, THUS, WHAT
Glycerius, Emperor of the West - Jornandes Likewise states that Nepos "Glycerium ab imperio expellens, in Salona Dalmatiae episcopum fecit" (Jorn
Gift, Giving - Various human abilities are Likewise given by God: the ability to work (Deuteronomy 8:18 ); artistic abilities (Exodus 31:6 ); the ability to acquire learning and master communication skills (Daniel 1:17 )
Directory - The substance of it is as follows:...
It forbids all salutations and civil ceremony in the churches;...
the reading the scriptures in the congregation is declared to be part of the pastoral office;...
all the canonical books of the old and New Testament (but not of the Apocrypha) are to be publicly read in the vulgar tongue: how large a portion is to be read at once, is left to the minister, who has Likewise the liberty of expounding, when he judges it necessary
Confession of Faith - ...
See Likewise, An Harmony of the confessions of Faith of the Christian and Reformed Churches; Watt's Rational Foundation of a Christian Church, qu
Declamation - He should Likewise take particular care to avoid a monotony; his voice should rise from the beginning, as it were, by degrees, and its greatest strength should be exerted in the application
Pacification - He Likewise gave them four cautionary towns, viz
Zedekiah - Meanwhile in Babylon, Ezekiel Likewise warned of the increased suffering that Zedekiah’s rebellion against Babylon would bring upon Jerusalem (Ezekiel 17:12-21)
Nazarites - They offered Likewise loaves and cakes with wine necessary for the libations
Lying - It is Likewise impossible to imagine His Revealer departing from the truth in word or deed
Habibus, Deacon, Martyr at Edessa - 429), Likewise commemorates Habib on Sept
Ecclesiasticus - Besides, being used for the Nocturnes of the fourth and fifth weeks of August, lessons are taken from it for the common of doctors, confessors, virgins, non-virgins; Likewise the chapters of these offices as well as those of the Blessed Virgin Mary and; epistles (Mass for the Propagation of the Faith)
Claudius - It is very probable that the Christians, who were at that time confounded with the Jews, were banished Likewise
Mass - There are Likewise private masses said for stolen or strayed goods or cattle, for health, for travellers, &c, which go under the name of votive masses
Bottle - It is Likewise employed to express the bottle into which the Psalmist desires his tears may be collected
Nazarites - They offered, Likewise, loaves and cakes, with wine, for libations
Baptism, Baptist, Baptize - Likewise the nation of Israel was figuratively baptized when made to pass through the Red Sea under the cloud, 1 Corinthians 10:2
Pammachius, a Roman Senator - ) congratulating him on an action likely to help in healing the schism, and desiring him to read the letter to his brother senators, that they might do Likewise
Paralysis - All the accounts Likewise record a mighty expectation of healing on the part of the friends, leading them to overcome all obstacles in the path to the great Healer—an expectation which we may believe energized also in the one to be healed
Saturninus - So, Likewise, there were two distinct species of men, the bad ever aided by the demons in their conflicts with the good
Molech, Moloch - This is Likewise a title of numerous Semitic divinities, and is sometimes used of Jahweh (see Baal)
Tar'Shish - " ( 1 Kings 10:22 ) The gold might possibly have been obtained form Africa, or from Ophir in Arabia, and the ivory and the apes might Likewise have been imported from Africa; but the peacocks point conclusively, not to Africa, but to India
Pardon - Pardon of sin and justification are considered by some as the same thing: and it must be confessed that there is a close connexion; in many parts they agree, and it is without doubt that every sinner who shall be found pardoned at the great day, will Likewise be justified; yet they have been distinguished thus: ...
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Word - Likewise the preaching of the gospel by the New Testament apostles was the proclamation of the Word of God (Acts 4:31; Acts 13:44; Ephesians 1:13; Colossians 1:5-6; 1 Peter 1:23; 1 Peter 1:25; see GOSPEL; PREACHING)
Jehu - Jehu detained him, and Likewise a second messenger that was sent
Complete - ...
Without any deficiency or flaw in executing justice, God is Likewise never lacking in mercy and power to bestow benevolences of every kind
Elders - It seems that the establishment of the seventy elders by Moses continued, not only during his life, but under Joshua Likewise, and under the judges
Fellowship - Likewise they have fellowship with the Father (1 John 1:3) and with the Holy Spirit (2 Corinthians 13:14; Philippians 1:21; Hebrews 6:4), for through faith in Christ they have become sharers in the divine nature (2 Peter 1:4)
Holiness - Likewise in the New Testament the writers emphasize this moral aspect of holiness
Roman Catholics - Sprinkling of the holy water by the priest on solemn days is used Likewise by every one going in or coming out of church. I profess, Likewise, that in the mass, is offered to God a true,...
proper, and propitiatory sacrifice for the living and the dead; and that in the most holy sacrament of the eucharist there is truly, really, and substantially the body and blood, together with the soul and divinity, of our Lord Jesus Christ; and that there is made a conversion of the whole substance of the bread into the body, and of the whole substance of the wine into the blood, which conversion the Catholic church calls transubstantiation. Likewise, that the saints reigning together with Christ are to be honoured and invocated; that they offer prayers to God for us, and that their relics are to be venerated. I also profess, and undoubtedly receive, all other things, delivered, defined, and declared by the sacred canons and general councils, and particularly by the holy council of Trent; and Likewise, I also condemn, reject, and anathematize all things contrary thereto; and all heresies whatsoever, condemned and anathematized by the church
War - Whatever reasons authorize a nation or a prince to make war against another, obtained, Likewise, among the Hebrews; for all the laws of Moses suppose that the Israelites might make war, and might defend themselves, against their enemies. Towers of this kind were erected, Likewise, over the gates of cities. Towers, Likewise, which were somewhat larger in size, were erected in different parts of the country, particularly on places which were elevated; and these were guarded by a military force, Judges 8:9 ; Judges 8:17 ; Judges 9:46 ; Judges 9:49 ; Judges 9:51 ; Isaiah 21:6 ; Habakkuk 2:1 ; Hosea 5:8 ; Jeremiah 31:6 . The firm persuasion that God fights for the good against the wicked, discovers itself in the Old Testament, and accounts for the fact, that, not only in the Hebrew, but also in the Arabic, Syriac, and Chaldaic languages, words, which originally signify justice, innocence, or uprightness, signify Likewise victory; and that words, whose usual meaning is injustice or wickedness, also mean defeat or overthrow
Teacher - People used it when addressing teachers of the law, both good and bad (Matthew 23:8; John 3:10), and Likewise used it when addressing Jesus (Mark 9:5; John 1:38; John 3:2; John 6:25; John 9:2). (Elsewhere in the New Testament Likewise there seems to be little difference between teaching and preaching; see PREACHING
Hexapla - Epiphanius, taking in Likewise the two columns of the text, calls the work Octapla, as consisting of eight columns
Tabernacles, Feast of - ...
The Priests’ Code requires (Leviticus 23:33-43) the people celebrating it to dwell in booths to commemorate the fact that their fathers did Likewise of necessity as they came out of Egypt
Oaths - word for ‘to swear’ comes Likewise from the same root, and means literally ‘to come under the influence of seven things
Witness, Martyr - Likewise, with His followers there would be persecution for their witness (John 15:20 )
Lollards - He is Likewise said to have set aside baptism, as a thing of no effect; and repentance as not absolutely necessary, &c
Mass - ...
There are Likewise private masses said for stolen or strayed goods or cattle, for health, for travellers, &c
Mother - …” 'Êm sometimes represents an animal “mother”: “Likewise shalt thou do with thine oxen, and with thy sheep: seven days it shall be with its [1]; on the eighth day thou shalt give it me” ( Age - Some divide the first period into infancy and childhood; and the last Likewise into two stages, calling that which succeeds the age of seventy-five, decrepit old age: Age is applicable to the duration of things inanimate or factitious; and in this use of the term we speak of the age of a house, of a country, of a state or kingdom, &c
Friend - The name of friend is Likewise given to a neighbour
Abomination - This word is also applied in the sacred writings to idolatry and idols, not only because the worship of idols is in itself an abominable thing, but Likewise because the ceremonies of idolaters were almost always of an infamous and licentious nature
Stone - They used Likewise to give a white stone to such as conquered in the Grecian games
Nehemi'ah - With no less firmness and impartiality he expelled from all sacred functions those of the high priest's family who had contracted heathen marriages, and rebuked and punished those of the common people who had Likewise intermarried with foreigners; and lastly, he provided for keeping holy the Sabbath day, which was shamefully profaned by many both Jews and foreign merchants, and by his resolute conduct succeeded in repressing the lawless traffic on the day of rest
Gos'Pels - In all ages, the Jewish, Roman and Greek natures reappear among men, and, in fact, make up the world of natural men, while the Christian nature and wants Likewise remain essentially the same
Day of Atonement - Likewise Jesus Christ, having dealt with sin fully and having obtained eternal forgiveness for sins, will reappear to bring his people’s salvation to its glorious climax (Hebrews 9:12; Hebrews 9:28; see also BLOOD)
House - The jealously Likewise of these people is less apt to be alarmed, while all the windows open into their respective courts, if we except a latticed window or balcony which sometimes looks into the streets", 2 Kings 9:30 . For upon these terraces several office of the family, are performed; such as the drying of linen and flax, Joshua 2:6 , the preparing of figs and raisins; here Likewise they enjoy the cool, refreshing breezes of the evening; converse with one another, 1 Samuel 9:25 2 Samuel 11:2 ; and offer up their devotions, 2 Kings 23:12 Jeremiah 19:13 Acts 10:9 . These smaller houses are known by the name alee, or oleah, and in them strangers are usually lodged and entertained; and thither Likewise the men are wont to retire, from the hurry and noise of their families, to be more at leisure for meditation or devotion, Matthew 6:6 ; besides the use they are at other times put to, in serving for wardrobes and magazines
Hope - Likewise, Anna, the prophetess, upon recognizing who Jesus was, proclaimed him to all those who were anticipating redemption (Luke 2:36-38 ). Likewise, Paul links hope and boldness (2 Corinthians 3:12 )
Cross - Crucifixion was not only the most ignominious, it was Likewise the most cruel, mode of punishment: so very much so, that Cicero is justified in saying, in respect to crucifixion, "Ab oculis, auribusque et omni cogitatione hominum removendum esse. This general obstruction extends its effects Likewise to the right ventricle, and the consequence is, an internal excitement, and exertion, and anxiety, which are more intolerable than the anguish of death itself
Cloth, Clothing - ...
Women Likewise wore inner and outer garments, but the differences in appearance must have been noticeable since wearing of clothes of the opposite sex was strictly forbidden (Deuteronomy 22:5 ). Priestly dress (Exodus 39:1-31 ) Likewise consisted of only the best of fine linen, which was dyed scarlet, indigo, and purple, and of gold ornamentation
Poverty of Spirit - —(2) The idea of humility is Likewise implied. We may trace, Likewise, an implied answer to current Jewish theories of worldly misfortune as evidence of God’s displeasure
Salvation, Saviour - As the idea of salvation becomes more spiritual, it Likewise becomes more universal; the Gentiles are to share its blessings ( Isaiah 45:23-24 ; Isaiah 49:8-12 ; 1664063009_4 )
Sad'Ducees - In connection with the disbelief of a resurrection by the Sadducees, they Likewise denied there was "angel or spirit," ( Acts 23:8 ) and also the doctrines of future punishment and future rewards
Clergy - In cases of felony also, a clerk in orders shall have the benefit of clergy, without being branded in the hand, and may Likewise have it more than once; in both which cases he is distinguished from a layman
Sodom - Likewise shall it be in the day that the Son of Man is revealed
Marriage - The marriage of brothers and sisters, and of some other near relations, is Likewise disapproved by reason on various accounts
Beelzebub or Beelzebul - 6, and note, what has generally been overlooked, that the Septuagint took זבוב not בעל זבוב for the name of the god of Ekron: ἐπιζητῆσαι ἐν τῇ Βάαλ (dative) Μυῖαν (accusative) θεδν Ἀκκαρών; Likewise Josepheus
Power - Likewise God had warned His people against pride in taking the land of Canaan: “And thou say in thine heart, My power [2] and the might of mine hand hath gotten me this wealth
Herodians - Prideaux is of opinion that they derived their name from Herod the Great, and that they were distinguished from the other Jews by their concurrence with Herod's scheme of subjecting himself and his dominions to the Romans, and Likewise by complying with many of their Heathen usages and customs
Hexapla - Epiphanius, taking in Likewise the two columns of the text, calls the work Octapla, as consisting of eight columns
Lot - In the division of the spoil, after victory, lots were Likewise cast, to give every man his portion, Obadiah 1:11 ; Nahum 3:10 , &c
Universalists - ]'>[1] They have Likewise a just claim to this title on other grounds; for their doctrine, which includes the restoration, or "restitution of all the intelligent offspring of God," or of all "lapsed intelligences," seems to embrace even the fallen angels
Sabellians - As, from their doctrine, it follows that God the Father suffered, they were hence called by their adversaries, Patripassians; and, as their idea of the trinity was by some called a modal trinity, they have Likewise been called Modalists
Servant - The law Likewise provided for the deliverance of a Hebrew, who was in bondage to a resident foreigner, Leviticus 25:47-54
Phrygia - ...
The third missionary journey Likewise began with ‘the region of Galatia and Phrygia’ (Acts 18:23 ), or ‘the Galatian region and Phrygia
Apocalyptic Literature - Likewise, some New Testament writings, such as the book of Revelation and Mark Chapter 13, contain apocalyptic features
Mesrobes - Gregory the Illuminator, to whom also Mesrobes acted as secretary, an office which he Likewise filled in the court of king Varaztad till dethroned by the Romans a
Eternity - Likewise eternity is not time stretched out for ever, but is something of an entirely different order
the Samaritan Who Shewed Mercy - And Likewise a Levite, when he was at the place, came and looked on him, and passed by on the other side. ...
Then said Jesus to the lawyer, Go, and do thou Likewise. Yes: Go at once tonight and do Likewise
Synagogue - The name, messenger of the synagogue, was applied Likewise to any person, who was commissioned by a synagogue, and sent forth to propagate religious knowledge. A person Likewise was denominated the messenger, or angel, αγγελλος , της αγγελλος εκκλησιας , &c, who was selected by the assembly to recite for them the prayers; the same that is called by the Jews of modern times the synagogue singer, or cantilator, Revelation 2:1 ; Revelation 2:8 ; Revelation 2:12 ; Revelation 2:18 ; Revelation 3:1 ; Revelation 3:7 ; Revelation 3:14 . The parts to be publicly read, Likewise, do not appear to have been previously pointed out, although the book was selected by the ruler of the synagogue, Luke 4:16
Materialists - ...
And if any thing whatever, even a thought in the mind of man, could arise without an adequate cause, any thing else, the mind itself, or the whole universe, might Likewise exist without an adequate cause. He believes nothing of all the actions of any man being necessarily sinful; but, on the contrary, thinks that the very worst of men are capable of benevolent intentions in many things that they do; and Likewise that very good, men are capable of falling from virtue, and consequently of sinking into final perdition
Armies - The infantry were divided Likewise into light-armed troops, גדודים , and into spearmen, Genesis 49:19 ; 1 Samuel 30:8 ; 1 Samuel 30:15 ; 1 Samuel 30:23 ; 2 Samuel 3:22 ; 2 Samuel 4:2 ; 2 Samuel 22:30 ; Psalms 18:30 ; 2 Kings 5:2 ; Hosea 7:1 . Each of the large family associations Likewise, of which the different tribes were composed, had a separate standard, termed, in contradistinction from the other, אות ; and every Hebrew was obliged to number himself with his particular division, and follow his appropriate standard
Hand - ” Likewise, in Ezekiel 23:42 , hand was used to mean wrists: “
Tribes of Israel - Reuben, Likewise, in the period of the kings, was an insignificant remnant, and, though mentioned in 1 Chronicles 5:26 as still existing in 734, had apparently become disintegrated long before
Deacon - ...
The list of qualifications in 1 Timothy 3:11 requires that “women” must “likewise” (NAS) be similar in character to the men
Even, Even as, Even so - 4, "likewise, in like manner," is rendered "even so," AV (RV, "in like manner")
Son of Man - ...
Jesus’ use of ‘Son of man’ in relation to the kingdom of God Likewise combined heavenly and earthly aspects
Catholic Epistles - ...
We may therefore assume that, by the end of the 2nd century, the title ‘catholic’ was applied to certain Epistles which, as contrasted above all with the Epistles of Paul, were not explicitly addressed to particular churches, and that it was Likewise used on similar grounds of 1 John as contrasted with 2 and 3 John
Fulfill - Jesus' command of secrecy (Matthew 12:16 ) and His habit of teaching in parables (Matthew 13:35 ) Likewise fulfilled Scripture (Isaiah 42:1-3 ; Psalm 78:2 ), as did His humble entry into Jerusalem (Matthew 21:4-5 ; Zechariah 9:9 ) and His arrest as a bandit (Matthew 26:56 )
Witness - Actions Likewise could be a witness, in the sense of being evidence (John 5:36)
Mind - ” Other words include ennoia , which means “mind” in the sense of “intent” (“arm yourselves Likewise with the same mind” (1 Peter 4:1 )
Rest - When God completed his work of creation, he rested; Likewise when his people complete their service to him on earth, they will enter into God's prepared rest
Madness - In the OT madness is due to the influence of a spirit from God (1 Samuel 16:14; 1 Samuel 18:10), in the Gospels to a demon; in the OT it is conceived of as being closely connected with the ‘spirit of prophecy’ (which Likewise came from God); this is clear from such passages as 1 Samuel 10:6; 1 Samuel 10:10-13; 1 Samuel 19:23-24, Hosea 9:7, 2 Kings 9:11, Jeremiah 29:26; there is no sign of this in the Gospels
Cassianus, Julius, a Heretical Teacher - Cassian also uses certain alleged sayings of our Lord cited Likewise in the so-called second epistle of the Roman Clement to the Corinthians cap
Breastplate - ...
This breastplate was fastened at the four corners, those on the top to each shoulder, by a golden hook or ring, at the end of a wreathen chain; and those below to the girdle of the ephod, by two strings or ribbons, which had Likewise two rings or hooks
Eating - ...
The ancient manners which we see in Homer we see Likewise in Scripture, with regard to eating, drinking, and entertainments: we find great plenty, but little delicacy; and great respect and honour paid to the guests by serving them plentifully
Book - As these barks were rolled up, to be more readily carried about, the united rolls were called volumen, a volume; a name given Likewise to rolls of paper or of parchment
Giving - ...
Christians Likewise are to give to the poor and needy, particularly those within the fellowship of the church (Luke 6:30; Luke 6:35; Luke 12:33; Acts 11:29; Romans 12:13; Romans 15:26; Galatians 6:10)
Marcianus, Flavius, Emperor of the East - ...
Palestine was Likewise in a disturbed state
Elijah - Ahab’s son Ahaziah, who came to the throne after Ahab’s death, continued the worship of Baal and Likewise met opposition from Elijah
Judgment - To this conclusion, Likewise, the phraseology of the prophets, compared with that of the Apostle, evidently leads: for the prophetic phraseology, literally interpreted, exhibits impossibilities; such as the rolling of the heavens together as a scroll; the turning of the moon into blood, and the falling down of the stars from heaven as the leaf of a tree. This appears, Likewise, from the Apostle's foretelling that, after the present heavens and earth are burned, new heavens and a new earth are to appear, in which the righteous are forever to dwell
Omniscience - We know, Likewise, that these are perfections, and that to have them is better than to be without them. For all things being not only present to him, but also entirely depending upon him, and having received both their being itself, and all their powers and faculties from him; it is manifest that, as he knows all things that are, so he must Likewise know all possibilities of things, that is, all effects that can be
Samaritan, the Good - ’ ‘Go thy way,’ said Jesus; ‘do thou also Likewise
Council - Some authors tell us that they Likewise condemned the several errors of Origen about the Trinity, the plurality of worlds, and pre-existence of souls
Nature - ...
Likewise God taught his people to be kind to animals
Perfect, Perfection - Hebrews Likewise speaks of the perfection of God's children, stressing that it is the result of Christ's death on their behalf: "by one sacrifice he has made perfect forever those who are being made holy" (10:14; Mercy - Our Lord strongly recommended this act of mercy in the parable of the man who fell among thieves, and was relieved by the poor Samaritan: and in the conclusion he adds, 'Go and do thou Likewise, ' Luke 10:30-37
Perish - ” God instructs Israel concerning lost possessions: “In like manner shalt thou do with his ass; and so shalt thou do with his raiment; and with all lost things of thy brother’s, which he hath lost, and thou hast found, shalt thou do Likewise: thou mayest not hide thyself” ( Amalekites - This more early origin of the Amalekites will Likewise explain why Balaam called them the "first of the nations
Agriculture - "The land is mine," (Leviticus 25:23 ) was a dictum which made agriculture Likewise the basis of the theocratic relation
Inherit, Inheritance - Luke 10:25 : ...
(f) the reward of those who have shown kindness to the "brethren" of the Lord in their distres, Matthew 25:34 : ...
(g) the kingdom of God, which the morally corrupt cannot "inherit," 1 Corinthians 6:9,10 , the "inheritance" of which is Likewise impossible to the present physical constitution of man, 1 Corinthians 15:50 : ...
(h) incorruption, impossible of "inheritance" by corruption, 1 Corinthians 15:50
Ostrich - " They afford him an opportunity only of admiring at a distance the extraordinary agility and the stateliness Likewise of their motions, the richness of their plumage, and the great propriety there was in ascribing to them an expanded quivering wing
Moth - "The young moth, or moth worm," says the Abbe Pluche, "upon leaving the egg which a papilio had lodged upon a piece of stuff commodious for her purpose, finds a proper place of residence, grows and feeds upon the nap, and Likewise builds with it an apartment, which is fixed to the groundwork of the stuff with several cords and a little glue
Ephesians, Letter to the - By his death and resurrection he has triumphed over the evil spiritual forces of the universe and, because of this, Christians Likewise can have victory in their battles against evil (Ephesians 2:2-6; Ephesians 6:12)
Evil - For example, the same Decalogue that declares that stealing and murder are wrong Likewise forbids idolatry and blasphemy. There can be no such distinction! That which is ethical is right because God has declared it so; the cultic portions of the Law Likewise determine what is right for the same reason. ...
The "Evil Day" may Likewise be resolved as a day on which something harmful occurs rather than a day evil in and of itself. Some suggestions, however, that have been offered about moral evil are: (1) while God is perfect, creation is only pronounced "very good" (Genesis 1:31 ); it is impossible for a created universe to rival God in perfection and the existence of moral evil is one example of its imperfection; (2) to compel all beings to act morally is to override their free will; Likewise, to grant them free moral agency is to concede the possibility that someone at some time will act in an evil manner; and (3) God in his infinite wisdom created the best of all possible worlds; one can only consider that, were the world created any other way it would have been less than the best of all possibilities
Divorce - It is Likewise possible that Jesus employed the general term porneia [ Matthew 5:32 ; 19:9 ) to refer to ervat dabar in Malachi 2:10-16 . ...
Therefore, although the Old Testament presents God's ideal for marriage as monogamous, permanent, and exclusive, the Old Testament Likewise recognizes that divorce and remarriage are present because of sin and must be regulated
Trinity - ...
As a God-fearing Jew, Jesus gave his complete allegiance to the one and only true God, and he taught others to do Likewise (Deuteronomy 6:4; Matthew 22:37). ...
Likewise the Trinity is involved in the life of the church (1 Corinthians 12:4-6) and in Christian service (2 Corinthians 3:5-6; 1 Timothy 1:12; Acts 20:28)
Flesh - The Epistle to the Hebrews Likewise reflects Old Testament usage. Those who identify themselves with him by faith Likewise crucify the flesh (Galatians 2:20 ; 5:24 ) so being emancipated from the power of sin in the flesh (Romans 6:14 ; 8:9 )
Goodness (Human) - In 2 Thessalonians 1:11, ‘Our God … may fulfil every desire of goodness and every work or faith with power,’ the desire and the work stand related as the wish and the execution, which secures for ἀγαθωσύνη here Likewise the same sense of beneficence as is associated with the ‘work of faith. ’ ἀγαθωσύνη then differs from ἀγαθότης (likewise a word of the later Greek) as benevolentia does from bonitas
Death (2) - This is doubtless the true interpretation of the warning, ‘Except ye repent, ye shall all Likewise perish. Life is a spiritual possession here and now, and has its counterpart in ‘death,’ which is Likewise realized in the present world
Tiglath-Pileser - Metenna of Tyre Likewise became tributary
Eye - Apocalyptic pictures involving numerous eyes (Ezekiel 1:18 ; Ezekiel 10:12 ; Revelation 4:6 ), Likewise, reassure of God's awareness of His people's plight wherever they might be
Repentance - Likewise, he expected that those who had made this commitment would demonstrate by their actions the change which they had made in their hearts (Luke 3:10-14 )
Divination And Magic - Likewise, Tiamat relied on the recitation of a charm to cast a spell
Age, Old (the Aged) - Likewise David died "at a good old age, having enjoyed long life, wealth and honor" ( 1 Chronicles 29:28 )
Esther, Theology of - ) Likewise, the mention of Kish (the father of Saul) at the end of Mordecai's genealogy (2:5) shows that he was descended from the mortal enemy of the Agagites
Colours - The darker colours Likewise merge into each other, black and brown, for example, not being clearly distinguished
Mary - Likewise the word "sister" ( adelphe [2]) has been interpreted as a blood-sister, a half-sister, and a female cousin
Son of David - Likewise the works of healing which He had wrought called forth—so characteristic were they of the Messiah who was expected—the query whether this might not be the Son of David (Matthew 12:23)
Magi - The Jews had their sacred fire which came down from heaven upon the altar of burnt offerings, which they never suffered to go out, and with which all their sacrifices and oblations were made Zoroaster, in like manner, pretended to have brought his holy fire from heaven; and as the Jews had a Shekinah of the divine presence among them, resting over the mercy seat in the Holy of Holies, Zoroaster Likewise told his Magians to look upon the sacred fire in their temples as a Shekinah, in which God especially dwelt
Evolution - Likewise Bateson confesses that "When students of other sciences ask us what is now currently believed about the origin of species we have no clear answer to give
Remnant - ...
Jeremiah discussed the plight of the Jews who fled to Egypt after Jerusalem’s capture by Nebuchadnezzar: “Likewise when all the Jews that were in Moab, and among the Ammonites, and in Edom, and that were in all the countries, heard that the King of Babylon had left a remnant of Judah
Tabor - There are Likewise a great number of cisterns under ground for preserving the rain water
Supper - Likewise also the cup after supper, saying This cup is the new testament in my blood, which is shed for you,"...
Luke 22:19-20
Proverbs - ...
Proverbs, in the Hebrew language, are called meshalim, which is derived from a verb signifying both "to rule," "to have dominion," and "to compare" "to liken," "to assimilate: " hence the term denotes the highly figurative and poetical style in general, and Likewise those compendious and authoritative sentences in particular which are commonly denominated proverbs
Sela - There is a mausoleum in the shape of a temple, of colossal dimensions, Likewise cut out of the rock, with all its apartments, its vestibule, peristyle, etc
Old Testament - His resurrection, Likewise, is that which was ‘foreseen’ by David in his protest against God’s ‘Holy One’ seeing corruption (Acts 2:25 ff. To circumvent its fatal effects, grace Likewise entered (Romans 5:12 ff. ’ And all who have found liberty through Him, ‘with unveiled face beholding as in a mirror [1] the glory of the Lord,’ are able to trace that glory shining through the ancient Scriptures, and are Likewise ‘transformed into the same image from glory to glory’ (2 Corinthians 3:12 ff. The fate of the rebellious Israelites is Likewise held forth as a warning to Christian believers in Hebrews 3:12 ff
Mercy, Merciful - Likewise, God's mercy is often likened to family relationships: as a father to his children (Jeremiah 31:20 ; Psalm 103:13 ; Isaiah 63:15-16 ), a husband to a wife (Isaiah 54:6-8 ; Ephesians 2:4-5 ), a brother to a brother (Amos 1:11 ), even as a mother toward a nursing child (Isaiah 49:15 ). Likewise, the King James version translates it regularly as mercy or kindness
Prophets - These illustrious personages were Likewise as well the types as the harbingers of that greater Prophet whom they foretold; and in the general outline of their character, as well as in particular events of their lives, they prefigured to the Jews the future Teacher of mankind. Isaiah Likewise walked naked, that is, without the rough garment of the prophet, and barefoot, as a sign of the distress that awaited the Egyptians, Isaiah 20
Zebulun - The meaning of the name is Likewise doubtful
Golden Rule - Likewise Exodus 34:6 represents an oft repeated theme in the Old Testament
Parables - Likewise instead of giving a direct answer to a question or criticism, Jesus sometimes told a parable by which the hearer himself could work out the answer (Luke 10:29-30; Luke 15:2-3)
Amen - Likewise, prophets never spoke on their own authority
Samaria, Samaritans - He, Likewise, prophesied of King Ahaziah's death (2 Kings 1:1 )
Primacy - This may be inferred from that renown which he hath had from the beginning; and Likewise from his being so constantly ranked in the first place before the rest of his brethren
Father's House - Jesus will be the same in the higher world as He was in this, and the disciples Likewise will find themselves again, and resume their fellowship with each other and with Him
Whirlwind - The unfortunate camel that had been taken by Cohala seemed to be nearly in the centre of its vortex; it was lifted and thrown down at a considerable distance, and several of its ribs broken; although, as far as I could guess, I was not near the centre, it whirled me off my feet, and threw me down upon my face, so as to make my nose gush out with blood: two of the servants, Likewise, had the same fate
Grape - It is Likewise a vine
Sepulchre - " ...
"On the west side of the court is a portico nine paces long and four broad, hewn Likewise out of the natural rock
Basilides, Gnostic Sect Founder - The authorship of an actual Gospel of the "apocryphal" class is Likewise attributed to Basilides on plausible grounds. The other references to "Basilides" are Likewise of a distinctly ethical character, while several of the passages containing the plural name abound in technical language. His sphere being thus distinct from theirs, the marked coincidences of language that we do find between him and Hippolytus afford a strong presumption that, if the one account is authentic, the other is so Likewise. 20-27) represent faithfully though imperfectly the contents of part at least of the Exegetica of Basilides; and proceed to describe his doctrine on their authority, using Likewise the testimony of Clement wherever it is available. Again another Archon arose out of the seed-mass, inferior to the first Archon, but superior to all else below except the sonship; and he Likewise made to himself a son wiser than himself, and became the creator and governor of the aerial world
Holy Spirit - This idea Likewise was ratified by the life of Jesus, inasmuch as He placed His relation to His disciples wholly under the law of love. The perfect character of the fellowship which Jesus instituted between Himself and His disciples involved the conviction that they Likewise should receive the Spirit of God, even as it had been imparted to Him. Hence the action of the Spirit Likewise is set forth in unconditional statements
Popery - With regard to the eucharist, in particular, we may here observe, that the church of Rome holds the doctrine of trasubstantiation; the necessity of paying divine worship to Christ under the form of the consecrated bread or host; the propitiatory sacrifice of the mass, according to their ideas of which, Christ is truly and properly offered as a sacrifice as often as the priest says mass; it practises, Likewise, solitary mass, in which the priest alone, who consecrates, communicates, and allows communion only in one kind, viz. The council of Trent Likewise decreed, that all bishops and pastors who have the care of souls, do diligently instruct their flocks that it is good and profitable to desire the intercession of saints reigning with Christ in heaven
Epicureans - He Likewise denounced the belief in fate-a belief he considered even more hurtful than the belief in Divine intervention. Much greater emphasis is Likewise laid on the virtue of prudence, which he calls ‘a more precious thing even than philosophy
the Unmerciful Servant - And then after telling Peter and all the Twelve this story of Cæsar and his degraded and imprisoned procurator, our Lord added this application to the story-So Likewise shall My Heavenly Father do also unto you, if ye from your heart forgive not every one his brother their trespasses. As Peter afterwards said, Lord to whom shall I flee but unto Thee? Who shall shelter me and my unforgiving heart but Thee! Who can justify a man like me, both now and at the last account, but Thee and Thy Heavenly Father in Thee! Likewise also say all His disciples
Commandment - He Likewise reinforces his own admonitions by sayings from the Psalms and the Prophets, as, e. Nor will it surprise us to find that the Pauline Epistles Likewise contain but few references to the commandments of the Lord
Houses - This arrangement may Likewise illustrate the circumstance of Hezekiah's "turning his face to the wall, when he prayed," that the greatness of his sorrow, and the fervour of his devotion, might, as much as possible, be concealed from his attendants, 2 Kings 20. Pococke was at Tiberias, in Galilee, he was entertained by the sheik's steward, and with his company supped upon the top of the house for coolness, according to their custom, and lodged there Likewise, in a sort of closet of about eight feet square, formed of wicker-work, plastered round toward the bottom, but without any door, each person having his cell
Victory - Likewise, believers are not to be overcome with evil, but are to have the victory over it (Romans 12:21 )
Vision(s) - Likewise, Peter and Cornelius received visions to prepare them for Peter's ministry among Gentiles (10:3-35)
Eat, Eat With, Eating - ...
A — 5: βιβρώσκω (Strong's #977 — Verb — bibrosko — bib-ro'-sko ) "to eat," is derived from a root, bor---, "to devour" (likewise seen in the noun broma, "food, meat;" cp
Hussites - Huss Likewise endeavoured to the utmost of his power to withdraw the university of Prague from the jurisdiction of Gregory XII
Oracle - The scripture affords us examples Likewise of profane oracles
Establishments - An established church is most likely to maintain clerical respectability and usefulness, by holding out a suitable encouragement to young men to devote themselves early to the service of the church; and Likewise enables them to obtain such knowledge as shall qualify them for the important work
Redeem, Redemption - Likewise, New Testament writers apply to him the Servant texts and terminology from the Old Testament (e
Apollinaris the Younger, Bishop of Laodicea - Starting from the Nicene homoousion as to the Logos but denying the completeness of Christ's humanity he met Arianism half-way which Likewise put the divine Logos in the place of the human spirit in Christ
Day - ), but they Likewise (due to the influence of the new moon) reckoned it from ‘even unto even’ (Leviticus 23:32)
Infallibility - This is the chain which keeps its members fast bound to its communion; the charm which retains them within its magic circle; the opiate which lays asleep all their doubts and difficulties: it is Likewise the magnet which attracts the desultory and unstable in other persuasions within the sphere of popery, the foundation of its whole superstructure, the cement of all its parts, and its fence and fortress against all inroads and attacks
Name - There are Likewise in both those writers two male figures crowned with laurel, which Montfaucon calls combatants, as the laurel was an emblem of victory
Antichrist - This was Likewise the opinion of the first reformers; and it was the prevalent opinion of Christians, in the earliest ages, that antichrist would appear soon after the fall of the Roman empire
Altar - Hereon, Likewise, the sacrifices of lambs and bullocks were burnt, especially a lamb every morning at the third hour, or nine of the clock, and a lamb every afternoon at three, Exodus 20:24-25 ; Exodus 27:1-2 ; Exodus 27:4 ; Exodus 38:1
Urim And Thummim - "But was this sacred lot used Likewise in criminal trials?" Yes, says Michaelis, only to discover the guilty, to convict them; for in the only two instances of its use in such cases which occur in the whole Bible, namely, in Joshua 7:14-18 , 1 Samuel 14:37-45 , we find the confessions of the two delinquents, Achan and Jonathan, annexed
Agur - The contents, Likewise, of the two chapters in question strongly militate against this hypothesis
Babel - This solid mound, which I consider, from its situation and magnitude, to be...
the remains of the Tower of Babel, (an opinion Likewise adopted by...
that venerable and highly distinguished geographer, Major Rennell,) is a vast oblong square, composed of kiln-burnt and sun-dried bricks, rising irregularly to the height of one hundred and thirty- nine feet, at the south-west; whence it slopes toward the north-east to a depth of one hundred and ten feet
Colors - These were, Likewise, used to color garments
Nile - In its waters are Likewise found the crocodile or leviathan, and the hippopotamus or behemoth
Faith - Likewise it uses ‘the faith’ as another name for Christianity (1 Timothy 5:8; 1 Timothy 6:10; 1 Timothy 6:21)
Hebrews, Letter to the - Likewise sacrifices under the old covenant were imperfect (9:15-22), but Christ’s one sacrifice under the new covenant is perfect, complete and final (9:23-10:18)
Blood - Likewise those who lay down their lives for others are, so to speak, offering their own blood (2 Samuel 23:15-17; Romans 5:6-9)
Justice - But God wants justice in the operations of all earthly governments, and Likewise in private dealings between individuals (Deuteronomy 16:18-20; Deuteronomy 25:13-16)
Eternal Life, Eternality, Everlasting Life - God's word, rooted in his being and will, is Likewise eternal (Psalm 119:89 ), as are his righteous laws (119:60), his ways (Habakkuk 3:6 ), and his kingdom or dominion (Daniel 4:3,34 ). It is Likewise true that Old Testament awareness of eternal realities is less specific and complete than that of the New Testament. Jesus Likewise speaks of eternal life during his brief early ministry in Samaria
Serpent - There was a legend about a serpent at Colchis, at Thebes, and at Delphi; and Likewise in other places. The kings of Egypt wore high bonnets, terminating in a round ball, and surrounded with figures of asps; and the priests Likewise had the representation of serpents upon their bonnets. ...
The form assumed by the tempter when he seduced our first parents, has been handed down in the traditions of most ancient nations; and, though animals of the serpent tribe were very generally worshipped by the Pagans, as symbols of the Agathodemon; they were Likewise viewed as types or figures of the evil principle
Disciples - We may presume that Barnabas (Acts 14:4 ,Acts 14:4,14:14 ), Apollos (1 Corinthians 4:6-13 ), and also Andronicus and Junias (Romans 16:7 ) were Likewise witnesses of the resurrected Lord. In time, the disciple would, Likewise, pass on the traditions to others
Joel, Theology of - Likewise, he takes them away (2:20), doing great things (2:21) and wonders (2:26). In Romans 10:13 a different aspect of Joel's passage has Likewise been extended to Gentile believers; the promise that "every one who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved" applies equally to Jews and Greeks (v
John the Baptist - He that hath two coats let him impart to him that hath none; and he that hath meat, let him do Likewise. ' And then, in the evening, after service, while I sat musing over the day, I proposed this question to myself: Wouldest thou be satisfied with Christ as thy portion, though there was no hell to be saved from? And my soul answered, Yes! Supposing, further, wouldst thou be content with Christ, though Likewise thou shouldest lose credit and reputation, and see other men before thee, and meet with much trouble and trial for His sake? And my soul answered, Yes! This was the last sermon I preached in Clackmannan, for I was going out of the country; and neither of us two preachers of that Sabbath was the person that God had designed for that pulpit
Priest - The other ram, when the priests had laid their hands upon him, was Likewise slain by Moses for the sacrifice of consecration. But it is Likewise improperly applied to Christian ministers, who have no sacrifices to offer; unless, indeed, when it is considered as contracted from presbyter, which signifies an elder, and is the name given in the New Testament to those who were appointed to the office of teaching and ruling in the church of God
Passion Week - Now, since according to John 19:31 the 15th Nisan was a Sabbath, the 8th must Likewise have been a Sabbath, and the day of the Triumphal Entry a Sunday. distinguishes the previous days, we can only infer that the absence of time references in the disputations is Likewise a matter of design
Sacrifices in the Old Testament - A holocaust accompanied Likewise the cleansing of the leper, the purification after childbirth, the purification of the Nazir, etc
Old Testament, Sacrifices in the - A holocaust accompanied Likewise the cleansing of the leper, the purification after childbirth, the purification of the Nazir, etc
le'Vites - " They were, besides this, "to stand every morning to thank and praise Jehovah, and Likewise at even
Fill, Fill up - (2) In Revelation 15:1 , AV, teleo, "to finish, complete," is incorrectly rendered "filled up" (RV, "finished"); the contents of the seven bowls are not the sum total of the Divine judgments; they form the termination of them; there are many which precede (see previous chapters), which are Likewise comprised under "the wrath of God," to be executed at the closing period of the present age, e
Sacrifice - The text before us is a remarkable instance of this; as Likewise Joel 2:13
Romans, Letter to the - Although there will always be a minority of Israelites who believe, Paul hopes that the widespread Gentile response to the gospel will stir the unbelieving majority of Israelites to respond Likewise
Sabbath - In the Hebrew language, signifies rest, and is the seventh day of the week: a day appointed for religious duties, and a total cessation from work, in commemoration of God's resting on the seventh day; and Likewise in memorial of the redemption of the Israelites from Egyptian bondage
Conflagration - They suppose that from these materials thus refined, as from a second chaos, there will by the power of God arise a new creation; and then the face of the earth, and Likewise the atmosphere, will then be so restored, as to resemble what it originally was in the paradisaical state; and consequently to render it a more desirable abode for human creatures than it at present is: and they urge for this purpose the following texts, viz
Spirit - Likewise, the Spirit came upon David when Samuel anointed him (1 Samuel 16:13 )
Legalism - There is Likewise evidence in the literature of the Second Temple period that sin was defined in terms of the law, and divine intervention in the eschaton was seen as the only cure
Kindness - The context of Colossians 3:12 Likewise emphasizes the forbearing and forgiving disposition required of the Christian in view of the forgiveness received from God, and the terms with which χρηστότης is here associated (‘lowliness,’ ‘meekness,’ ‘longsuffering’) are again terms that describe benevolence over against faults observed in fellow-Christians
Ammonites - The proximity of the Ammonites to Gilead Likewise destined them to be constant enemies of the Israelites, who made claims to Gilead and actually controlled it during the reigns of certain strong kings such as David, Omri, Ahab, and Jeroboam II
Cassiodorus (or Rather, Cassiodorius) Magnus Aurelius - The threatened danger of an invasion by Justinian was Likewise averted by the ready aid of his purse and pen (Procop
Offerings - These sacrifices, which were offered as an indication of gratitude, were accompanied with unleavened cakes, covered with oil, by pouring it upon them; with thin cakes or wafers, Likewise unleavened, and besmeared with oil; also with another kind of cakes, made of fine meal, and kneaded with oil
Psalmody - Ambrose Likewise made many hymns, which were sung in their respective churches
Mount Mountain - Perhaps he had seen such phenomena in his lonely life of exile amid the islands of the aegean! The allusion in Revelation 17:9 is Likewise figurative, ‘The seven heads are seven mountains
Locust - These were no sooner hatched, in June, than each of the broods collected itself into a compact body of a furlong or more square, and marching afterwards in a direct line towards the sea, they let nothing escape them; eating up every thing that was green and juicy, not only the lesser kinds of vegetables, but the vine Likewise, the fig-tree, the pomegranate, the palm, and the apple-tree, even all the trees of the field, Joel 1:12 ; in doing which, kept their ranks like men of war, climbing over, as they advanced, every tree or wall that was in their way; nay, they entered into our very houses and bedchambers like thieves
Mount Mountain - Perhaps he had seen such phenomena in his lonely life of exile amid the islands of the aegean! The allusion in Revelation 17:9 is Likewise figurative, ‘The seven heads are seven mountains
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Persecuted believers in the New Testament era could Likewise long for the day when God would intervene in judgment, bringing relief to them and punishment to their persecutors (2 Thessalonians 1:4-8; Revelation 6:10; 1 Corinthians 11:28-325)
Kings, Books of - The northern kingdom Likewise declined after the death of Jeroboam II
Elder - Likewise in Titus 1:5 he tells Titus to appoint elders (presbuteroi), and then in the same sentence (v
Hellenistic And Biblical Greek - the Koine) was Likewise of the slightest. Thus the study of Modern Greek may Likewise be of considerable service to the biblical scholar, and may often enable him to decide a doubtful case. In the NT Likewise ττ occurs rarely, while e
Bible - He Likewise made additions in several parts of the different books, which appeared to be necessary for the illustration, correction, and completion of them. He Likewise wrote out the whole in the Chaldee character changing for it the old Hebrew character, which has since that time been retained only by the Samaritans, and among whom it is preserved even to this day. It Likewise appears from the prologue to that book, that the law and the prophets, and other ancient books, were extant at the same period. " The fifth was the Apostle Paul, who, as he expresses it, was "one born out of due time," but who had Likewise seen Jesus Christ, and had been empowered by him to work miracles, which were "the signs of an Apostle
Education in Bible Times - Likewise, the New Testament record links the success of the church of Jesus Christ, as a worshiping community of "salt and light" reaching out to a dark world, to the teaching of sound doctrine (John 13:34-35 ; Ephesians 4:14 ; 1 Timothy 1:10 ; Titus 2:1 ). ...
Third, the idea of indeterminism or personal freedom in Hebrew religion gave man and woman dignity as free moral agents in creation; Likewise Hebrew education stressed the responsibility individuals have toward God and others, accountability of human behavior, and the need for disciplined training in making "right" choices. Likewise, the goal of educating the whole person, mind and character, carries over from Hebrew practice in the Old Testament
Salvation - These words, however, are Likewise used to render Heb. Still even here the act of saving is viewed not from a medical point of view, but from the religious point of view, according to which all disease and infirmity lie on the side of death, so that it belongs to the function of one who delivers from death to work deliverance from these consequences of sin and precursors of death Likewise
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Jesus Likewise understood God’s kingdom as God’s rule rather than as a territory or a people. Likewise they have salvation now, but they will experience the fulness of their salvation at the return of Christ (Ephesians 2:8; Hebrews 9:28)
Jews - Jacob, his grandson, during a famine moved with his family to Egypt, where his descendants in the course of about 400 years multiplied rapidly; but when persecuted by the Egyptians, they were led out of Egypt, at God's command, by Moses, who Likewise organized them into a theocratic nation
Destroy, Destroyer, Destruction, Destructive - 1, and Likewise indicating "loss of well-being, not of being," is used (a) of things, signifying their waste, or ruin; of ointment, Matthew 26:8 ; Mark 14:4 ; of money, Acts 8:20 ("perish"); (b) of persons, signifying their spiritual and eternal perdition, Matthew 7:13 ; John 17:12 ; 2 Thessalonians 2:3 , where "son of perdition" signifies the proper destiny of the person mentioned; metaphorically of men persistent in evil, Romans 9:22 , where "fitted" is in the Middle Voice, indicating that the vessels of wrath fitted themselves for "destruction;" of the adversaries of the Lord's people, Philippians 1:28 ("perdition"); of professing Christians, really enemies of the cross of Christ, Philippians 3:19 (RV, "perdition"); of those who are subjects of foolish and hurtful lusts, 1 Timothy 6:9 (for the preceding word "destruction" see No
Corrupt, Verb And Adjective. Corruption, Corruptible, Incorruption, Incorruptible - The significance can be best ascertained by comparison and contrast with the verb doloo in 2 Corinthians 4:2 (likewise there only in the NT), "to handle deceitfully
Resurrection - Likewise they expected a resurrection of the wicked that would be followed by punishment (Psalms 49:14-15; Daniel 12:2)
Furniture - Likewise, 1 Kings 6-7 provides similar data about the Temple of Solomon
Offices in the New Testament - Jesus used the analogy of a person reclining at a table and another serving, identified Himself as “one who serves,” and asserted that among His followers those who lead must Likewise be servants (Luke 22:26-27 ; see also Matthew 20:25-28 ; Mark 10:42-45 )
Polygamy - For which reason, and because it was Likewise forbidden amongst the Greeks and Romans, we cannot expect to find any express law upon the subject in the Christian code
Ark - As many cities, not in Egypt only and Boeotia, but in Cilicia, Ionia, Attica, Phthiotis, Cataonia, Syria, and Italy, were called Theba; so Likewise the city Apamea was denominated Cibotus, from κιβωτος , in memory of the ark, and of the history connected with it
Ordination - They farther think it strange, that the validity of orders and ministrations should be derived, as some have contended, from a succession of popish bishops; bishops of a church, which, by the definition of the nineteenth article of the church, can be no part of the true visible church of Christ, and bishops, Likewise, who consider the Protestant clergy, although ordained by Protestant bishops, as mere common unconsecrated laymen
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The legal requirements of the Law Likewise depend for their authority with men upon the recognition of the merit of the Law-giver
Food - Likewise Christians must move on to a fuller understanding of God’s Word if they are to grow towards maturity (1 Corinthians 3:1-2; Hebrews 5:12-14; 1 Peter 2:3)
Joannes (520), Monk And Author - 1279, 1315, 1335) and Likewise in actio iv
Pantaenus, of Alexandria - This hypothesis agrees with the probable date of Clement's headship; and Likewise with the note in the Chronicon of Eusebius, under year of Pertinax, or 2nd of Severus ( c
Biblical Theology - Likewise, biblical theology calls for certain assumptions without which valid observations about the meaning of the Bible's parts and whole are sure to elude the observer. While biblical theology can err in overstating the ways the Old Testament foreshadows and predicts the Messiah, and the ways in which the New Testament finds its meaning in Jesus Christ, it may Likewise err in denying him his central place in the grand drama of both biblical and world history. Likewise the wisdom (given explicitly by God: 1 Kings 3:12 ) of his son Solomon stands at the center of an equally weighty literary corpus for biblical-theological work, the so-called wisdom literature
Sexuality, Human - Further, since Adam transmits it to his progeny (Genesis 5:1-3 ), it is Likewise clear that the image of God (imago Dei ) was not lost in the fall. Likewise, it was after the fall that Adam named his wife Eve, using the same naming formula (Genesis 3:20 ) as he used in naming the animals (2:20), and by its use implying the same authority of a superior over an inferior. Likewise, though not stated, it may be inferred that the same holds true for Eve
John, Theology of - In chapter 5 Jesus' signs, the Father, and God's Word are Likewise witnesses in his defense. Likewise Jesus appears at the festivals of Sabbath (chap. Likewise 6:63 says that it is the Spirit that gives life and the flesh to be consumed is of no avail
Prophecy - " For when, for instance, the events are distant many years or ages from the uttering of the prediction itself, depending on causes not so much as existing when the prophecy was spoken and recorded, and Likewise upon various circumstances and a long arbitrary series of things, and the fluctuating uncertainties of human volitions, and especially when they depend not at all upon any external circumstances nor upon any created being, but arise merely from the counsels and appointment of God himself,—such events can be foreknown only by that Being, one of whose attributes is omniscience, and can be foretold by him only to whom the "Father of lights" shall reveal them; so that whoever is manifestly endued with that predictive power must, in that instance, speak and act by divine inspiration, and what he pronounces of that kind must be received as the word of God; nothing more being necessary to assure us of this than credible testimony that such predictions were uttered before the event, or conclusive evidence that the records which contain them are of the antiquity to which they pretend. Persons Likewise were sometimes descriptive of things, as Sarah and Hagar were allegorical figures of the two covenants, Galatians 4:22-31 ; Romans 9:8-13 . Hence, Likewise, one chain of connected design runs through the whole scheme of prophecy, and a continuation of events successively fulfilling, and successively branching out into new predictions, continued to confirm the faith, and to keep alive the expectations, of the Jews
Ethics - The discipline of ethics deals with such questions as: “What ought I do?” “How should I act so as to do what is good and right?” “What is meant by good?” “Who is the good person?” Biblical ethics Likewise addresses some of the identical questions. ” Likewise, Philippians 2:5-8 agreed: “Let this mind be in you, which was also in Christ Jesus: Who, being in the form of God, ;b3 yet he humbled himself, and became obedient unto death—even the death of the cross
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Verbal violence is, Likewise, included in the scope of this term; Israel confessed in Isaiah's day that she was guilty of speaking oppression (Isaiah 59:13 ; cf
Greek Church - He Likewise, by he legates, excommunicated the patriarch in the church of Santa Sophia, which gave the last shock to the reconciliation attempted a long time after, but to no purpose; for from that time the hatred of the Greeks to the Latins, and of the Latins to the Greeks, became insuperable, insomuch that they have continued ever since separated from each other's communion
Jewels, Jewelry - Likewise, in the Book of Daniel, King Belshazzar proclaimed that whoever could interpret the mysterious writing on the wall should have a gold chain put around his neck and be made “the third ruler in the kingdom” (Daniel 5:7 ,Daniel 5:7,5:29 )
Month - They Likewise had a civil and a sacred year
Promise - Where faith was present, already demands and commands were Likewise present
Fellowship - " Likewise, koinonos [3] occurs with the meaning of "partner" in Luke 5:10 " [13] Simon's partners
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Likewise husband and wife must exercise submission to each other (Ephesians 5:21), though the wife in particular is required to recognize the husband’s headship of the family (Ephesians 5:22-24)
Punishment - Likewise, those who prophesied in the name of other gods, or who led the people into idolatry were to be executed (Deuteronomy 13:1-5 ; 18:20 )
Remember, Remembrance - And the breastplate of the high priest Likewise is a memorial (Exodus 28:12,29 ; 39:7 )
Judaizing - We find also indications, but much less prominent, of some such abstinences in the matter of foods (probably chiefly animal food and wine) as at Colossae and Rome, with a probability that marriage would before long come Likewise under a religious ban
Red Heifer - (1 Corinthians 15:45) And it is said of him, with peculiar reference to his human nature, that "forasmuch as the children are partakers of flesh and blood, he also himself Likewise took part of the same
Satan - (1 John 3:8) So again the apostle Paul, in his Epistle to the Hebrews, was commissioned to tell the church that forasmuch"as the children were partakers of flesh and blood, he, that is, Christ, also himself Likewise took part of the same, that through death he might destroy him that had the power of death, that is, the devil, and deliver them who through fear of death were all their life-time subject to bondage
Firstborn - ]'>[2] Not only, however, was the land Jehovah’s possession, but the people who lived upon it, and upon its produce, were Likewise His; this would follow naturally by virtue of Jehovah’s overlordship
Unitarians - Seduced by the pride of reasoning, no less than by his fondness for novelty, did he Likewise reject the ομοουσιαν , as it is called, or the tenet of the Son being of the same substance with the Father
Alexandria - He Likewise induced the merchants of Syria and Greece to reside in this city, and to make it a principal mart of their commerce
Allegory - Thus, also, in Prior's Henry and Emma, Emma describes her constancy to Henry in the following allegorical manner:—...
"Did I but purpose to embark with thee ...
On the smooth surface of a summer's sea, While gentle zephyrs play with prosperous gales, ...
And fortune's favour fills the swelling sails; But would forsake the ship, and make the shore, When the winds whistle, and the tempests roar?" ...
Cicero, Likewise, speaking of himself, in Pison, c
Matthew - After the ascension of our Saviour, he continued, with the other Apostles, to preach the Gospel for some time in Judea; but as there is no farther account of him in any writer of the first four centuries, we must consider it as uncertain into what country he afterward went, and Likewise in what manner and at what time he died
Dead Sea - It is Likewise called by Josephus, and by the Greek and Latin writers generally, Lacus Asphaltites, from the bitumen found in it and the Dead Sea, its more frequent modern appellation, from a tradition, commonly though erroneously received, that no living creature could exist in its saline and sulphureous waters
Priest - The high priests were nearly the same dress with the priests, and four articles in addition: an outer tunic, called the robe of the ephod, woven entire, blue, with an ornamented border around the neck, and a fringe at the bottom made up of pomegranates and golden bells: an ephod of blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, with golden threads interwoven, covering the body from the neck to the thighs; having shoulder-pieces joined on the shoulders by clasps of gold in which were set onyx-stones graven with the names of the twelve tribes of Israel; and also a girdle of fine linen, woven with blue, purple, scarlet, and gold, passed several times round the body: a breastplate, attached at its four corners to the ephod, and Likewise bearing the names of the twelve tribes on twelve precious stones; and the miter, a high and ornamented turban having on the front a gold plate with the inscription, "Holiness to the Lord
John, Gospel of - Likewise he used his account of the Last Supper, reported briefly in the other Gospels, to provide five chapters of teaching on important Christian doctrines (John 13; John 14; John 15; John 16; John 17)
Pity Compassion - Inasmuch as the same element of affection is present in χἀρις Likewise, the latter also can be said to underlie the ἔλεος (cf
Trial-at-Law - Expert students of the law were Likewise permitted to speak on his behalf, but not against him. A criminal charge was Likewise opened by a personal postulatio or request to the praetor for permission to institute proceedings. The character and standing of the witnesses were Likewise taken into account
Bereans - Barclay's doctrine, uniformly preached in the church of Fettercairn, and many other places in that neighbourhood, for fourteen years before that benefice became vacant, but Likewise to two different treatises, containing the same doctrines, published by him about ten or twelve years before that period
Typology - Titus Likewise was to be a model or pattern of good works, soundness in teaching, respectfulness, sound preaching that is beyond reproach (Titus 2:7-8 )
Mission - He instructed the twelve apostles to do Likewise (Matthew 10:5-6)
Truth - Stephen in his defence charged those who denied Jesus Christ and His gospel with the crime of resisting the Holy Ghost as their fathers had been guilty Likewise in persecuting the prophets (Acts 7:51-52), while St
Number Systems And Number Symbolism - Likewise, the number 666 in Revelation is often taken as a reverse gematria for the emperor Nero
Pharisees - Likewise, they rejected Roman authority when it appeared to conflict with the Law of God
Amphilochius, Archbishop of Iconium - During this and the following year Basil Likewise addresses to Amphilochius his three Canonical Letters ( Ep
Faith - Faith, in Scripture, sometimes is taken for the truth and faithfulness of God, Romans 3:3 ; and it is also taken for the persuasion of the mind as to the lawfulness of things indifferent, Romans 14:22-23 ; and it is Likewise put for the doctrine of the Gospel, which is the object of faith, Acts 24:24 ; Php_1:27 ; Judges 1:3 ; for the belief and profession of the Gospel, Romans 1:8 ; and for fidelity in the performance of promises
Samaria - The hill of Samaria Likewise rises in terraces to a height equal to any of the adjoining mountains
Love - Likewise they are deceiving themselves if they claim to love God but do not love their fellow human beings (Romans 13:10; 1 John 3:10; 1 John 3:17; 1 John 4:8; 1 John 4:20)
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Allegory, Likewise, is a figure frequently found in them. The book of Ecclesiastes comes, Likewise, under this head; and some of the Psalms, as the hundred and nineteenth in particular
Saviour (2) - As instruments of God, however, human deliverers Likewise receive the title (Judges 3:9; Judges 3:15, Nehemiah 9:27). The question is whether this must be understood in the sense which will Likewise be applicable to the relation between husband and wife
Samuel, Books of - Likewise includes three sections: (1) David at Saul’s Court ( 1 Samuel 16:1 to 1 Samuel 21:1 ); (2) David as a fugitive outlaw ( 1 Samuel 21:2 - 2 Samuel 1:1-27 ); (3) David as king in Hebron ( 2 Samuel 2:1 to 2 Samuel 5:3 )
Toleration Act - whereby all persons are required to resort to their parish church or chapel, upon pain of punishment by the censures of the church; and also upon pain that every person so offending, shall forfeit for every such offence twelve pence; nor the statute made in the 3d year of the late King James, inituled "An act for the better discovering and repressing Popish Recusants;" nor that other statute, intituled ...
"An act to prevent and avoid dangers which may grow by Popish Recussants;" nor any other law or statute of this realm made against Papists or Popish Recusants, shall be construed to extend to any person or persons dissenting from the Church of England, that shall take the oaths (of allegiance and supremacy) and shall make and subscribe the declaration (against Popery;) which oaths and declaration the justices of the peace at the general sessions of the peace for the county, or place where such persons shall live, are hereby required to administer to such persons as shall offer themselves to make and subscribe the same, and thereof to keep a register; and Likewise, none of the persons aforesaid shall give or pay, as any fee or reward, to any officer belonging to the court, above the sum of sixpence, for his entry of his taking the said oaths, &c
John, the Letters of - 2 John 1:7 Likewise identifies as deceivers those who do not confess “Jesus Christ come [1] in flesh
Monastery - He Likewise founded professorships of divinity, law, physic, and of the Hebrew and Greek tongues in both the said Universities
Mediator, Mediation - Likewise, God graciously provided for the communication of his will to his people in special circumstances through the prophets
Joy - It Likewise accompanies the ethical renewal of the mind as a new-born delight in all that is good (1 Corinthians 13:6)
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The doxologies in 1 Timothy 1:17; 1 Timothy 6:16, 2 Timothy 4:18 may Likewise have been fragments of hymns
Metaphor - Likewise the Heb. 1 Thessalonians 2:2, Hebrews 10:32): the words ἄθλησις, ἀθλεῖν, ‘contest,’ ‘to take part in a contest,’ are obviously borrowed from the athletic ground; Likewise ἀγών, ‘conflict,’ has not our sense of ‘agony’ at all but was simply used of the games, though the word appears metaphorically in Thuc
Canon - Paul not now extant, is that in Colossians 4:16 : "And when this epistle is read among you, cause also that it be read in the church of the Laodiceans, and that ye Likewise read the epistle from Laodicea. The words in the original are, και την εκ Λαοδικειας ινα και υμεις...
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αναγνωτε , "and that ye Likewise read the epistle from Laodicea,"...
Colossians 4:16
Thecla - Paul was immediately dragged again before the governor pursued by the multitude with the cry "He is a sorcerer! Away with him!" Thecla was summoned Likewise and followed him exultingly to the tribunal. Ambrose Likewise associates her with Mary the Lord's mother, and Miriam, Moses' sister ( Ep
High Priest - Simon Maccabee was, Likewise, confirmed in his high priesthood and made a “friend” of the Seleucid King Demetrius II (1 Maccabees 14:38 )
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The “Thou-petitions” are Likewise Jewish in their thought and expression
Hopkinsians - God was pleased to make a constitution, that, if Adam remained holy through his state of trial, his posterity should in consequence be holy also; but if he sinned, his posterity should in consequence be sinners Likewise
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Paul's own claim to apostleship is Likewise based on the divine call of Christ (Romans 1:1 ; 1Col 1:1; Galatians 1:1,15 ; cf
New Covenant - Jesus as mediator of the new covenant was superior to the Aaronic high priests, the mediators of the first covenant; Likewise, as the better sacrifice, Jesus truly expiated guilt unlike the blood of animals
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These cardinals are commonly promoted from among such clergyman as have borne offices in the Roman court; some are assumed from religious orders; eminent ecclesiastics of other countries are Likewise often honoured with this dignity
Polytheism - Other objects, however, from which benefits were received or dangers feared, would Likewise be deified; such as demons, departed heroes, &c
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The Pauline analogy of ‘body’ and ‘Church’ is employed by Clement of Rome, though without explicit reference to the Headship of Christ, the head being named here simply as a higher member: ‘The head without the feet is nothing; so Likewise the feet without the head are nothing: even the smallest limbs of our body are necessary and useful for the whole body: but all the members conspire and unite in subjection, that the whole body may be saved’ (1 Clem
Intercession - … Likewise it washes away faults, repels temptations, extinguishes persecutions, consoles the faint-spirited, cheers the high-spirited, escorts travellers, appeases waves, makes robbers stand aghast, nourishes the poor, governs the rich, upraises the fallen, arrests the falling, confirms the standing
Debt, Debtor (2) - ‘So Likewise shall my Heavenly Father do also unto you, if ye from your hearts forgive not every one his brother their trespasses’ (Matthew 18:35)
Clovis, King of Salian Franks - 27 clam feriri, of Syagrius), and Likewise king Rachnachar of Cambrai and his two brothers ( ib
Bethlehem - a city in the tribe of Judah, Judges 17:7 ; and Likewise called Ephrath, Genesis 48:7 ; or Ephratah, Micah 5:2 ; and the inhabitants of it, Ephrathites, Ruth 1:2 ; 1 Samuel 17:12
Gospel - Mark, which was written later, must Likewise have been unknown to St
Hellenists - John's Gospel, as being come to Jerusalem at the passover to worship in the temple, John 12:20 , and Likewise those mentioned in the Acts, as worshipping along with the Jews in the synagogues, Acts 14:1 ; Acts 18:4 ; they were doubtless Greeks by birth and nation, yet proselytes to the Jewish religion
Money - The more modern state taxes are Likewise paid in the coin of the nation which exercises at the time the greatest authority, Matthew 22:19 ; Mark 12:15 ; Luke 20:24
Adultery - For the priest conducted her to the front of the sanctuary, and took holy water, that is, water out of the priests' laver, which stood before it, together with some earth off its floor, which was Likewise deemed holy; and having put the earth in the water, he then proceeded to uncover the woman's head, that her face might be seen, and every change on her countenance during the administration of the oath accurately observed: and this was a circumstance which, in the east, where the women are always veiled, must have had a great effect; because a woman, accustomed to wear a veil, could, on so extraordinary an occasion, have had far less command of her eyes and her countenance than a European adulteress, who is generally a perfect mistress in all the arts of dissimulation, would display
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The Pauline analogy of ‘body’ and ‘Church’ is employed by Clement of Rome, though without explicit reference to the Headship of Christ, the head being named here simply as a higher member: ‘The head without the feet is nothing; so Likewise the feet without the head are nothing: even the smallest limbs of our body are necessary and useful for the whole body: but all the members conspire and unite in subjection, that the whole body may be saved’ (1 Clem
Intercession - … Likewise it washes away faults, repels temptations, extinguishes persecutions, consoles the faint-spirited, cheers the high-spirited, escorts travellers, appeases waves, makes robbers stand aghast, nourishes the poor, governs the rich, upraises the fallen, arrests the falling, confirms the standing
Oracle - The demi-gods and heroes had Likewise their oracles, such were those of Castor and Pollux at Lacedaemon, of Amphiaraus, of Mopsus in Cilicia, of Ulysses, Amphilochus, Sarpedon in Troas, Hermione in Macedonia, Pasiphae in Laconia, Chalcas in Italy, Aristaeus in Boeotia, Autolycus at Sinope, Phryxus among the Colchi, Zamolxis among the Getae, Hephaestion the minion of Alexander, and Antinous, &c. This Likewise appears from Plutarch's treatise, why the oracles cease to give answers, already cited; whence it is also manifest, that the most learned Heathens were very much at a loss how to give a tolerable account of it
Hammurabi - Likewise, this was the intent of Deuteronomy 24:5
Christians, Names of - The giving of Christian names, Likewise, expresses something about the religious status and character of the person and group named and something about what God has done, is doing, and will do in and through them
Disease - ...
Job's friends thus argued that his disease and suffering proved his sinfulness; the Pharisees argued Likewise, as did Jesus' disciples (John 9:2 ); and Paul so interprets the sickness prevalent at Corinth (1 Corinthians 11:27-30 )
Sea - ...
John Likewise, in the Apocalypse, often uses the term in its natural sense
Lazarus - Abraham himself ventured all on God's promise of an after inheritance, having here "not so much as to set his foot on" (Acts 7:5; Hebrews 11:13); appropriately then he told the rich man, "son (by privileges on which the Jews prided themselves, Luke 3:8), remember that thou in thy lifetime receivedst thy good things (Matthew 6:19-21) and Likewise Lazarus evil things, but now he is comforted and thou art tormented
Walk (2) - It is Likewise used by our Lord of Peter’s working life (John 21:18 περιεπάτεις ὅπου ἤθελες, as when he had said to his fellow-disciples, ‘I go a fishing,’ v
King, Christ as - Isaiah's contemporary, Micah, Likewise prophesied that he would be born in Bethlehem, but his origins were "from of old, from ancient times" (5:2-5)
Mary - "Forasmuch then as the children are partakers of flesh and blood, he also himself Likewise took part of the same
Amos - In that direct vision of Jehovah, Amos learned the truths which he was the first to proclaim to the world: that Jehovah was the God of the whole earth; that the nations were in His keeping; that justice and righteousness were His great demands; that privilege, if it meant opportunity, meant Likewise responsibility and liability to the doom of those who have seen and have not believed
Socinians - Some of them, Likewise, maintain the sleep of the soul, which, they say, becomes insensible at death, and is raised again with the body at the resurrection, when the good shall be established in the possession of eternal felicity, while the wicked shall be consigned to a fire that will torment them, not eternally, but for a certain duration, proportioned to their demerits
Swedenborgians - It is lastly maintained, on this subject, that the sacred Scripture, or word of God, is the only medium of communication and conjunction between God and man, and is Likewise the only source of all genuine truth and knowledge respecting God, his kingdom, and operation, and the only sure guide for man's understanding, in whatever relates to his spiritual or eternal concerns
Isaiah - We must Likewise be careful in remarking the limits of particular predictions, since, as they are now extant, they are often improperly connected, without any marks of discrimination; which injudicious arrangement, on some occasions, creates almost insuperable difficulties
Predestination - This striking passage further shows how, in foreordaining the end, God Likewise foreordains all the steps that lead to it (‘foreknew’ ‘foreordained’ ‘called’ ‘justified’ ‘glorified’)
Judges (1) - Of the last there are Likewise two accounts ( Judges 6:1 to Judges 8:3 and Judges 8:4-27 ), with a later addition ( Judges 8:28-35 ); some introductory words ( Judges 6:1-10 ) tell of the Midianite oppression; Judges 6:11-24 describe the call of Gideon, of which a second account is given in Judges 6:25-32 ; the invasion of the Midianites and Gideon’s preparations to resist them ( Judges 6:33-35 ) follows; and in Judges 6:36-40 the story of the sign of the fleece is told. Of these chapters, 19 is not unlike the rest of the book in character; it is distinctly ‘old-world,’ and must be pronounced as, in the main, genuinely historical; Judges 21:19-24 has Likewise a truly antique ring, but the remainder of this section is devoid of historical reality
Book - The ancients Likewise wrote upon linen. The outside of the volume was called frons; the ends of the umbilicus were called cornua, "horns;" which were usually carved and adorned Likewise with silver, ivory, or even gold and precious stones
Canaan - The continuation of the same passage Likewise implies, that such circumscribed whirlwinds were generally considered as the precursors of rain; a circumstance Likewise alluded to by Solomon, who says, "Whoso boasteth himself of a false gift, is like clouds and wind without rain,"...
Proverbs 25:14
Family Life And Relations - Likewise, the stories of the successes of Joseph and David and the failures of Reuben and Esau show that age was not inviolably superior to youth
Liberty - Paul Likewise lays stress on ‘the law of Christ’ (Galatians 6:2) and gives us the far-reaching aphorism: ‘Love is the fulfilment of law’ (Romans 13:10)
Family - Likewise, the commitments and functions changed
Levites - , "and to stand every morning to thank and praise Jehovah, and Likewise at even, and to offer (i
Crimes And Punishments - The earliest code Likewise deals with trespass (BC 22:5), and arson , or wilful fire-raising ( ib
Micah, Theology of - " The author of the Letter to the Hebrews Likewise speaks of the church as now living "in these last days" (1:2)
Salvation - Likewise Paul's readers are admonished to work out their salvation with fear and trembling (Philippians 2:12 )
Messiah - Amos Likewise proclaimed that the Messiah of Davidic lineage would fulfill Yahweh's covenant promises to the nations (9:11-15)
Invitation - Ethical writers have Likewise been prone to dwell exclusively on the responsibilities of religion, to the obscuration of its privileges
Commandments - This absolute demand is Likewise involved in the substitution of an inward spirit for a statutory law
Manichees - They kept the Lord's day, observing it as a fast: and they Likewise kept Easter and the Pentecost
Constantius ii, Son of Constantius - Other exiled bishops were Likewise restored
Marriage - This practice Likewise was authorized by the example of the patriarchs
Idolatry - ...
Sanchoniathon represents the most ancient nations, particularly the Phenicians and Egyptians, as acknowledging only the natural gods, the sun, moon, planets, and elements; and Plato declares it as his opinion, that the first Grecians Likewise held these only to be gods, as many of the barbarians did in his time
Eternity - The ideas of eternity and self-existence are so closely connected, that because something must of necessity be eternal, independently and without any outward cause of its being therefore it must necessarily be self-existent; and because it is impossible but something must be self-existent, therefore it is necessary that it must Likewise be eternal
Music - Nevertheless, the following passage makes it evident that women, Likewise, were thus employed: "God gave to Heman fourteen sons and three daughters; and all these were under the hands of their father for song in the house of the Lord, with cymbals, psalteries, and harps, for the service of the house of God," 1 Chronicles 25:5-6
Peter - He is Likewise mentioned by St
Sea - Sulphur is Likewise found on the shores and a kind of stone or coal, called Musca by the Arabs, which on being rubbed exhales an intolerable odor
Ethics - ...
Likewise in the new era introduced through Jesus Christ, no one is saved through keeping moral instructions, whether those instructions come from the law of Moses, the teachings of Jesus or the writings of the early Christian leaders
Presentation - ]'>[1] 110): ‘Hidden from the prince of this world were the virginity of Mary, and her child-bearing, and Likewise also the death of the Lord—three mysteries to be cried aloud—the which were wrought in the silence of God’ (ad Ephes
Peace - In relation to organic processes it stands for health (Genesis 29:6), and this, in part at least, gives rise to the employment of the word in the formula of salutation, although the wider sense of security of one’s actions and interests in general enters Likewise into this usage (Genesis 41:16)
Ethics (2) - A glaring light is thrown Likewise upon the propaganda of the Pharisees (Matthew 23:15): under their tutelage a proselyte becomes a child of hell, twice as wicked as themselves (or, as it was probably spoken at first, twice as wicked as he was before). The question may be answered provisionally and generally: Jesus was not a Pharisee, and this means that His attitude towards many of the scribal maxims was a dissentient one; He was not a Judaean, but a son of the Galilaean peasantry, who knew how to evade the authority of Pharisaic doctors and lawyers, and who were, in consequence, liable to the curse merited by those who ‘know not the law’ (John 7:49); and, accordingly, He regards Himself and His followers Likewise as above the Pharisees’ rules about purifying
Koran - Besides these unequal divisions, the Mahometans have also divided their Koran into sixty equal portions, which they call Anzab, in the singular Hizb, each subdivided into four equal parts; which is Likewise an imitation of the Jews, who have an ancient division of their Mishma into sixty portions, called Massictoth. ...
They have Likewise their casuists, and a kind of canon law, wherein they distinguish between what is of divine and what of positive right
Trinity - When the tyrants of the east first began to assume divine honours, they assumed Likewise the majestic language appropriated to, and highly becoming, the Deity, but totally inapplicable to man. And as their great Master's instructions evidently distinguished these persons from each other, without any difference in their authority or power, all standing forth as equally dispensing the benefits of Christianity, as equally the objects of the faith required in converts upon admission into the church, they clearly understood that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, were Likewise equally the objects of their grateful worship: this fully appears from their prayers, doxologies, hymns, and creeds, which are still extant
Language of the nt - The other main Gospel ‘source,’ the ‘ Sayings of Jesus ,’ shows Likewise the traces of processes of translation
Targums - The Targums to the five Megillolh are Likewise post-Talmudic; in all five translation plays a subordinate part, the prevailing element being Midrashic; this reaches its height in the Song of Songs
Marriage - Likewise, homosexuality violates the intended purpose of sex (Leviticus 18:22 ; Leviticus 20:13 ; Romans 1:26-27 )
Sacrifice And Offering - The same internal organs that were designated for burning in the peace offering were Likewise designated in this sacrifice
Righteousness - Likewise Jesus presents righteousness as conformity to the will of God expressed in the Mosaic law (Matthew 13:17 ; 23:29 ; 27:4,19 , 24 ) and also conformity to his own teachings concerning the requirements of the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 5:17-20 )
Stoics - Paul, was Likewise a great centre of Stoic teaching, and it is supposed that the great Apostle shows traces in his writings of this early association
Knowledge - Through Christ there comes Likewise a better knowledge of social duties, e
Boethius, Anicus Manlius Severinus - 3), and became versed in the erudition of his own country and Likewise in that of Greece
Cross, Cross-Bearing - Everett in his Gospel of Paul, which denies the penal character of the death of Christ on the cross, and sees in this supreme event only the ceremonial defilement which Christians share who take Christ as Lord and who thus Likewise become accursed (Galatians 3:13), and so have the power of the Law over them removed
Day of Atonement - So Likewise ‘God so loved the world that he gave his only-begotten Son’ (John 3:16)
Parable - The GOOD SAMARITAN: this was given in answer to "Who is my neighbour?" The Lord was really the good Samaritan, and after describing the course He took He said, "Go thou and do Likewise
Paraclete - Special operations of the Spirit are in themselves insufficient to supply this confirmation, although reference is made Likewise to the Spirit as the source of prophecy (John 16:13)
Paraclete - Special operations of the Spirit are in themselves insufficient to supply this confirmation, although reference is made Likewise to the Spirit as the source of prophecy (John 16:13)
Providence - , John 14:16-17), and teaches His disciples to do Likewise (Matthew 6:6; Matthew 6:9 ff
Confession - We must also believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, and in all the truth concerning his Deity and humanity; and we must Likewise believe in the Holy Spirit; and that, being free agents, we shall be punished for the things in which we sin, and rewarded for those in which we do well. ) Item, We have always accounted as an unspeakable abomination before God all those inventions of men; namely, the feasts and the vigils of saints, the water which they call holy: as Likewise to abstain from flesh upon certain days, and the like; but especially their masses
Lois And Eunice - "Likewise, ye wives, be in subjection to your own husbands, that if any obey not the Word, they also may without the Word, be won by the conversation of the wives, while they behold your chaste conversation coupled with fear
Virgin Birth - Likewise, for Paul, Adam's appearance as the firstborn of the human race directly created by God coincides well with the idea of the virgin birth, where through Jesus as the second Adam, God has made a new and perfect start (1 Corinthians 15:20-22,45-49 ; Romans 5:14-19 )
Lord - The reference is Likewise to God in various phrases which recall OT associations, such as ‘the Spirit of the Lord’ (Acts 5:9), ‘the fear of the Lord’ (Acts 9:31), ‘the hand of the Lord’ (Acts 11:21)
Heaven, Heavens, Heavenlies - Likewise, drought was a sign of God's displeasure (Deuteronomy 28:23-24 )
Law - Likewise, the principle of establishing truth by two or three witnesses (Deuteronomy 19:15 ), originally limited to courts, is applied more broadly to a church conference (2 Corinthians 13:1 )
Golden Rule - ’...
Luke 6:31 ‘And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them Likewise
the Rich Man And Lazarus - "Testify!" and again he says-"Testify!"...
Son, remember, testified Abraham, that thou in thy lifetime receivedst thy good things, and Likewise Lazarus evil things
Judgments of God - All his family Likewise were destroyed, his wife and children put to death, together with most of his friends and dependents, who had been the instruments of his cruelty
Fig-Tree - ‘Except ye repent ye shall all Likewise perish’ is not spoken of the fate of individuals, but of the common overthrow, however this may be avoided by individual repentance; cf
Providence - We cannot conceive of any reasons that can influence the Deity to exercise any providence over the world, which are not Likewise reasons for extending it to all that happens in the world
Apostle - ...
Apostle was Likewise a title given to those sent by the churches, to carry their alms to the poor of other churches
Temple - The north side, too, where not covered by the fortress Antonia, became part of the defenses of the city, and was Likewise without external gates
Lot - Hear, then, what the first peacemaker in the Bible said, and go and say and do Likewise, 'And Abraham took Lot and said to him, Let there be no strife, I pray thee, between me and thee, and between my herdmen and thy herdmen; for we be brethren
Vine, Allegory of the - On the other hand, just because of the importance thus assigned to the word as that through which Christ reveals Himself, the phrase may Likewise denote the manner in which Christ abides in the believer
Marriage - Likewise, male and female in the marriage relationship are of the same nature and essence, equal as persons (cf
Leviticus, Theology of - The relationship between these two sections of the book is Likewise complicated
Paul the Apostle - Peter in Acts 3:25 ]'>[1]; Likewise traces the gospel message back to God's promise to Abraham is Paul Luke's source for what Stephen said on that occasion? Did Stephen have a hand in instructing Paul? ) The foundation of the gospel Paul preached was the covenant God made with Abraham (see 1664063010_28 ; 15:1-21 )
Locust - ’ It would appear Likewise, to judge from Thomson (l
Gifts - Likewise, the approach to God by the believer is ‘a new and living way’ in that it is by the medium of the soul and conscience, unaccompanied by outward gift or sacrifice, except that, like his Lord, the believer offers himself, or rather his body (cf
Heresy - Where he mentions these, he enumerates in order the names of this magico-spiritual world, αρχας , εξουσιας , particularly the κοσμοκρατορας , "principalities," "powers," "rulers;" and Likewise fixes their abode in the upper aerial regions, εις τον αερα εν τοις επουρανιοις
Magi - He was not only excellently skilled in all the learning of the east that prevailed in his time, but Likewise thoroughly versed in the Jewish religion, and in all the sacred writings of the Old Testament that were then extant: whence some have inferred that he was a native Jew both by birth and profession; and that he had been servant to one of the prophets, probably Ezekiel or Daniel
Word - This term is Likewise consecrated and appropriated to signify the only Son of the Father, the uncreated Wisdom, the second Person of the most holy Trinity, equal to and consubstantial with the Father
Psalms - The authority of the Psalms is established not only by their rank among the sacred writings, and by the unvaried testimony of ages, but Likewise by many intrinsic proofs of inspiration
Nazirite - Hence it was natural that regulations against defilement, similar to those which applied to priests, should be imposed on Nazirites Likewise
Scripture - The New Testament was divided into chapters and verses by Stephens in 1551, and Likewise first appeared in the Genevan English Bible in 1557-1560
Peter, Second Epistle of - Likewise the Christian life is regarded as the fulfilment of the new law, and the parables in Mk
Nazirite - Hence it was natural that regulations against defilement, similar to those which applied to priests, should be imposed on Nazirites Likewise
Locust - ’ It would appear Likewise, to judge from Thomson (l
Sidonius Apollinaris, Saint - A man of kindly disposition, he treated his slaves with kindness and took pains to induce others to do Likewise
Temple - ]'>[8] ), but has Likewise added to the thickness of the walls of the side-chambers and of the interior partition wall
Leadership - Likewise it is not clear whether 1 Timothy 3:11 refers to deaconesses or to the wives of deacons
Lord's Prayer (i) - ...
(d) Likewise a benediction with no מַלְבוּת is no benediction at all (ib
Children of God - ’ The Father loves all men: let His children do Likewise
Inspiration - In the passages of Scripture which we are now considering, I conceive the writers to have been not merely superintended, that they might commit no error, but Likewise to have been moved or excited by the Holy Ghost to record particular events, and set down particular observations
Persecution - This latter was excited not only by his own cruelty and superstition, but Likewise by his mother, who was a zealous Pagan
Circumcision - Circumcision is Likewise the ceremony of initiation into the Mohammedan religion
Letters - The latter had, Likewise, abbreviated marks, which were used as symbols; and thus made an approach to letters, although they never reached this discovery
Transubstantiation - In the thirty-nine articles, the present creed of the English church, it is said of this ordinance: "The supper of the Lord is not only a sign of the love that Christians ought to have among themselves one to another, but rather it is a sacrament of our redemption by Christ's death; insomuch that to such as rightly, worthily, and with faith receive the same, the bread which we break is a partaking of the body of Christ, and Likewise the cup is a partaking of the blood of Christ
Division of the Earth - They are also identified by ancient authors with the Galatae of Asia Minor, the Gaels, Gauls, and Celtae, of Europe, who Likewise spread from the Euxine Sea, to the Western Ocean; and from the Baltic to Italy southward, and first planted the British Isles
Jesus Christ - ...
Likewise Jesus’ miracles were directed towards revealing who he was, though in a way designed to lead people to saving faith (Mark 2:9-12; Luke 4:18; John 9:16-17; John 20:30-31; see MIRACLES)
Manicheans - Likewise their theory about the creation of the material part of man determined their view of the Incarnation, which they regarded as wholly Docetic; if a material body was a prison and a burden to the spirit of man, Christ could scarcely voluntarily imprison His divine Spirit in the same
Tabernacle - But modern criticism has revealed the fact that this artistic and costly structure is confined to the Priestly sources of the Pentateuch, and is to be carefully distinguished from a much simpler tent bearing the same name and Likewise associated with Moses
Worship - For we do not receive these [4] as common bread and common drink, but in like manner as Jesus Christ our Saviour, having been made flesh by the word of God, bad both flesh and blood for our salvation, so Likewise have we been taught that the food which is blessed by the prayer of the word which comes from Him, and from which our blood and flesh are nourished by transmutation, is the flesh and blood of that Jesus who was made flesh
Red Sea - And a copy of these queries was left, also, for Bruce, to join his inquiries Likewise; his observations on which are excellent: "I must confess, however learned the gentlemen were who proposed these doubts, I did not think they merited any attention to solve them
Deluge - The author who gives the above account Likewise affirms that it was reported by the inhabitants of Castells del Oro, in Terra Firma, that during a universal deluge, one man, and his children, were the only persons who escaped, by means of a canoe, and that from them the world was afterward peopled
John the Baptist - The sister of this matron wishing to show to him an equal respect and sympathy in his fate, sent her sons Likewise to visit the Apostle
Weights And Measures - The bath was divided into tenths ( Ezekiel 45:14 ), the name of which is unknown; the ephah Likewise into tenths, which were called ‘ômer or ‘issaron (distinguish from homer = 10 ephahs)
Synagogue - Music and song Likewise occupy a prominent place in the Chronicles and the Psalms, while they are ignored in the Priestly Code
Temple (2) - ]'>[9] On the north there was Likewise one gate, called in Middoth the ‘Tadi Gate
Redemption (2) - Those who speak of supposed judgments on others are warned: ‘Nay but, except ye repent, ye shall all Likewise perish’ (Luke 13:3; Matthew 12:33-37); of a Judas it is declared, ‘Good were it for that man if he had not been born’ (Matthew 26:24, Mark 14:21); the parable of the Final Judgment has such a sentence as, ‘Depart from me, ye cursed,’ etc
Union With Christ - " Through identification with Christ's resurrection, they have Likewise "put on the new nature
Sanctification - Paul also warned non-Israelite believers, Likewise blessed as redemptive agents (the church), not to confuse privilege with standing when he said, "Do not be arrogant, but be afraid
Life - ’ (2) The gift is conveyed Likewise in the Sacraments, more especially in the Lord’s Supper
Little Ones - ‘And whosoever’—perhaps we might paraphrase ‘Likewise whosoever’—‘shall give to drink unto one of these little ones a cup of cold water only in the name of a disciple, verily I say unto you, he shall in no wise lose his reward
Presbyterians - ' From the passage before us it is Likewise plain, that the presbyters of Ephesus had not only the name, but the whole power of bishops given to them by the Holy Ghost; for they are enjoined to do the whole work of bishops which signifies to rule as well as feed the church of God
Character - The relations of parent and children, of master and servant, were Likewise dignified by being seen sub specie aeternitatis (Colossians 3:20-25; Colossians 4:1), and in the remembrance that for responsibility we must give account (Luke 12:45-48)
Will - Nicholls, after quoting many authorities to show that the doctrine of divine grace always prevailed in the catholic church, adds, "I have spent, perhaps, more time in these testimonies than was absolutely necessary; but whatever I have done is to show that the doctrine of divine grace is so essential a doctrine of Christianity, that not only the Holy Scriptures and the primitive fathers assert it, but Likewise that the Christians could not in any age maintain their religion without it,—it being necessary, not only for the discharge of Christian duties, but for the performance of our ordinary devotions
Peter, First Epistle of - Likewise husbands must honour their wives as equally with themselves heirs of life, 1 Peter 3:1-7 1 Peter 3:1-7
Progress - This fact as to man’s progress our Lord Likewise fully realized, and He expressed His sense of its truth and value in His parable of the Mustard-seed (Matthew 13:31-32)—(5) Finally, the end of moral progress in the life and history of humanity will be a destiny in which every department of its individual and social life, external as well as internal, will be interpenetrated and regulated by the will and purpose of God as perfectly realized and manifested in a universal and established order of righteousness and love
Presbyterians - ' From the passage before us it is Likewise plain, that the presbyters of Ephesus had not only the name, but the whole power of bishops given to them by the Holy Ghost; for they are enjoined to do the whole work of bishops which signifies to rule as well as feed the church of God
Law - James’s conception of the substance of the Law Likewise shows the influence of Jesus, as he ranks the law of love to one’s neighbour above the others (James 2:8), and, generally, urges the pre-eminence of the commandments enjoining love and mercy (James 2:1-13; James 2:15 f
Prophecy - Hence, Likewise, here and there a shade of obscurity
Acts of the Apostles (2) - There can be no doubt that Likewise in the Acts he largely reproduces early tradition, that he makes use of sources, sometimes copying them in full, at other times abbreviating or expanding them, grouping them and editing both their language and their contents
Animals - The bulls and fatlings in the parable of the Marriage Feast, and the fatted calf in the parable of the Returning Prodigal, alike stand for the lavish generosity of God’s love, which the Scribes and Pharisees could not appreciate, even when offered to themselves, the king’s invited guests, much less when those prodigals, the publicans and sinners, were Likewise embraced therein
Esther - Remember what the poor widow did with her two mites, and go and do Likewise
Hebrews - We may naturally suppose, that the zealous adherents to the law would insist upon the majesty and glory which attended its first promulgation, upon the distinguished character of their legislator, Moses, and upon the divine authority of the ancient Scriptures; and they might Likewise urge the humiliation and death of Christ as an argument against the truth of his religion
David - Singularly prophetic of Saul's own doom are the Words (Psalms 52:5) hinting at his having rooted out Ahimelech's family, "God shall Likewise
Sanhedrin - Likewise academic are the prerequisites of the Sanhedrin given in Sifrç Nu
Persecution - IRELAND has Likewise been drenched with the blood of the Protestants, forty or fifty thousand of whom were cruelly murdered in a few days, in different parts of the kingdom, in the reign of Charles I
Turning - So Likewise at Antioch, when ‘a great number that believed turned unto the Lord’ (Acts 11:21); and when Paul and Barnabas preached to the people of Lystra that they should ‘turn from these vain things unto the living God’ (Acts 14:15); and again when the same Apostles passed through Phœnicia and Samaria ‘declaring the conversion of the Gentiles,’ and causing great joy unto all the brethren (Acts 15:3; see, further, Acts 15:19, Acts 26:18; Acts 26:20)
Logos - to Colossians and Hebrews (writings which are Likewise touched with the Alexandrian influence) the Logos theory of Christ’s Person is in some points implied (cf
Son of God - The promise, ‘Lo, I am with you alway,’ has Likewise a parallel in Matthew 18:20 ‘Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them
Greek Versions of ot - Likewise shows traces of two translators, one taking chs
Miracle - It is Likewise to be observed, that there are many truths of the utmost importance to mankind, which unassisted reason could never have discovered
Ascension of Isaiah - ...
(c) The Greek Versions are Likewise twofold; (i
Mahometanism - ...
The same observation which has been applied with respect to the sources whence the doctrines were drawn, may, with some few limitations, be Likewise extended to the precepts which the Arabian legislator has enjoined
John, the Gospel by - But when the Comforter was come, the Spirit of truth, He should bear witness concerning the Lord, and the disciples would do so Likewise, because they had been with Him from the beginning
Peter - ...
In the Fourth Gospel, Likewise, Peter is a conspicuous figure, though he does not always occupy so unquestionably pre-eminent a position as in the Synoptists and early chapters of Acts
Peter Epistles of - Likewise Suetonius (Nero, 16), writing about five years later, says that Nero severely punished the new and mischievous superstition, though he does not make the great fire the occasion for this action
Romans, Epistle to the - The new life Likewise brings with it freedom from the Law; it is as complete a break with the past as that which comes to a wife when her husband dies
Prayer - We should Likewise avoid length and obscurity in our sentences, and in the placing of our words; and not interline our expressions with too many parentheses, which cloud and entangle the sense
Bible - It is said, Likewise, the venerable Bede, who died in 785, translated the whole Bible into Saxon
Moravians - ...
They have Likewise seniores civiles, or lay elders, in contradistinction to spiritual elders, or bishops, who are appointed to watch over the constitution and discipline of the Unity of the Brethren, over the observance of the laws of the country in which congregations or missions are established, and over the privileges granted to the Brethren by the governments under which they live
English Versions - The earliest independent version of any of the books of the Bible has Likewise generally been assigned to the 10th cent
Messiah - ...
In Slavonic Enoch , Likewise, there is no mention of the Messiah or of the resurrection, although the latter is doubtless involved in the doctrine of the millennium, which this book sets forth
Jerusalem - Antonia formed a fortress by itself, Likewise the Temple both in its outer court and in the inner sanctuary
John (the Apostle) - after the first three) ‘John the disciple of the Lord, who also lay on His breast, Likewise published a Gospel while dwelling at Ephesus’ (adv
Miracles - The original propagation of Christianity was Likewise an event which clearly discovered a miraculous interposition
Millenarians - So Likewise St
Paul - Thus he began his career among the different nations of Asia Minor, and when this limit became also too confined for him, he went with equal confidence to Europe, among other nations, ordinances, sciences, and customs; and here Likewise he finally with the same indefatigable spirit circulated his plans, even to the pillars of Hercules
Poet - In the words, ‘Likewise shall also the Son of Man suffer of them’ (Matthew 17:12), there is an almost intolerable pathos
Valentinus, Founder of a Gnostic Sect - Irenaeus Likewise obtained his information as to the doctrine and practices of the Marcosians partly from a written source, partly from oral communications
Hippolytus Romanus - In the first, speaking of ecclesiastical writers of whom letters were then preserved in the library at Jerusalem, Eusebius mentions "likewise Hippolytus, who was bishop of another church somewhere
Eusebius of Caesarea - ) Likewise connected with the Iconoclastic controversy
Lutherans - In monastical institutions, Likewise, were found no mean materials for similar purposes; "for in those feigned religions," as the homily On Good Works describes them, "the devotees boasted of having lamps which ran always over, able to satisfy not only for their own sins, but also for all other their benefactors, brothers and sisters of religion, as most ungodly and craftily they had persuaded the multitude of ignorant people; keeping in divers places marts or markets of merits, being full of their holy relics, image
Jews - They have counted not only the large and small sections, the verses and the words, but even the letters in some of the books; and they have Likewise reckoned which is the middle letter of the Pentateuch, which is the middle clause of each book, and how often each letter of the alphabet occurs in the Hebrew Scriptures
Worship - We ought to make our oblations, and perform our holy offices, at their appointed seasons, for these he hath commanded to be done, not irregularly or by chance, but at determinate times and hours; as he hath Likewise ordained by his supreme will, where, and by what persons, they shall be performed; that so all things being done according to his pleasure, may be acceptable in his sight
Holy Ghost - This is Likewise allowed on all hands, and so is no matter of controversy
Synods - It is justly observed by Le Vassor, "Some learned Hollanders had boldly defended this doctrine, before Arminius became a minister at Amsterdam and a professor at Leyden, and Likewise before Gomarus had risen up against him
Teaching of the Twelve Apostles - The same reasons that forbid us to think that Barnabas, if he had known the Didaché , would have left out its Christian element, prove the Ordinances and the Latin Likewise independent of the Didaché
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‘That there are startling coincidences between Buddhism and Christianity cannot be denied, and it must Likewise be admitted that Buddhism existed at least 400 years before Christianity
Mahometanism - His forces he maintained partly by the contributions of his followers for this purpose, which he called by the name of zacat, or alms, and the paying of which he very artfully made one main article of his religion; and partly by ordering a fifth part of the plunder to be brought into the public treasury for that purpose, in which matter he Likewise pretended to act by the divine direction