What does Pass mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
ἐγένετο to become 65
וַיְהִ֗י to be 62
וַֽיְהִי֙ to be 34
וַיְהִ֣י ׀ to be 28
וַיְהִ֕י to be 22
וַיְהִ֣י to be 20
וַיְהִי֙ to be 19
וַיְהִ֞י to be 19
וַיְהִי֩ to be 19
וְהָיָ֗ה to be 17
וְהָיָ֣ה ׀ to be 14
וְהָיָה֙ to be 13
וַיְהִ֖י to be 9
וַיְהִ֛י to be 7
וַיְהִ֤י to be 6
וַיְהִ֥י to be 5
וְהָיָ֞ה to be 5
וַיְהִ֡י to be 5
γέγονεν to become 4
וַיְהִ֨י to be 4
παρελθεῖν to go past 4
וַ֠יְהִי to be 4
γενέσθαι to become 4
וַֽיְהִ֖י to be 4
וְהָיָ֣ה to be 4
וְהָיָ֤ה to be 4
וְהָיָה֩ to be 3
עֹ֣בְרֵי to pass over or by or through 3
וְהָיָ֡ה to be 3
παρελεύσονται to go past 3
γενήσεται to become 3
עוֹבֵֽר to pass over or by or through 3
διελθεῖν to go through 3
וַֽיְהִ֞י to be 2
תַעֲבָר־ to pass over or by or through 2
עֲבֹ֣ר to pass over or by or through 2
παρελεύσεται to go past 2
παρέλθῃ to go past 2
διέλθωμεν to go through 2
נַעְבְּרָה־ to pass over or by or through 2
עֲב֥וֹר to pass over or by or through 2
וַיְהִי֮ to be 2
διέρχεσθαι to go through 2
יַחְלְפ֥וּן 2
γένηται to become 2
תַעֲבֹ֖ר to pass over or by or through 2
אֶעְבְּרָ֣ה to pass over or by or through 2
γινόμενα to become 2
γεγονὸς to become 2
עָבְר֥וּ to pass over or by or through 2
יַעֲבֽוֹר to pass over or by or through 2
וְהָיָ֖ה to be 2
וְהָיָ֥ה to be 2
לֶהֱוֵ֖א to come to pass 2
וַֽיְהִ֕י to be 2
וַיַּעֲבֵ֥ר to pass over or by or through 2
עִבְרִ֥י to pass over or by or through 2
γίνεσθαι to become 2
יַחְלְפ֣וּן 2
עִבְר֞וּ to pass over or by or through 1
לְ֠הַעֲבִיר to pass over or by or through 1
תַּעֲבֹ֧רְנָה to pass over or by or through 1
יַעַבְרֶ֑נְהוּ to pass over or by or through 1
וְהֶעֱבִירַ֥נִי to pass over or by or through 1
יַעַבְרֻֽנְהוּ to pass over or by or through 1
וְעָֽבְרוּ֙ to pass over or by or through 1
תַעֲבֹ֨ר to pass over or by or through 1
וַיַּ֣עֲבִירֵ֔נִי to pass over or by or through 1
הָעֹֽבְרִים֙ to pass over or by or through 1
אֶֽעֱבֹ֤ר to pass over or by or through 1
עִבְר֣וּ to pass over or by or through 1
וַיַּעֲבֵ֨ר to pass over or by or through 1
יַעֲבֹ֖ר to pass over or by or through 1
יַעַבְרֶֽנּוּ to pass over or by or through 1
עֹבֵ֖ר to pass over or by or through 1
יַעַבְרֶ֥נּוּ to pass over or by or through 1
תַעֲבֹ֤ר to pass over or by or through 1
עֹבְרִ֣ים to pass over or by or through 1
וְעָבַ֔ר to pass over or by or through 1
יַעַבְרֽוּם to pass over or by or through 1
אֶֽעֱבֹ֨ר to pass over or by or through 1
תַּעֲבֹ֔רוּ to pass over or by or through 1
יַעֲבָר־ to pass over or by or through 1
וְהַעֲבַרְתָּ֥ to pass over or by or through 1
וְעָבְר֤וּ to pass over or by or through 1
וְעָ֥בַר to pass over or by or through 1
אֶעְבְּרָה־ to pass over or by or through 1
עֹבֵ֔ר to pass over or by or through 1
עֹבְרֵ֤י ׀ to pass over or by or through 1
וַעֲבֽוֹר to pass over or by or through 1
יַֽעֲבֹר֑וּן to pass over or by or through 1
הָעֹבְרִ֗ים to pass over or by or through 1
וְהֶעֱבִ֣יר to pass over or by or through 1
וַיַּֽעֲבִירֵ֑ם to pass over or by or through 1
עֹ֝בֵ֗ר to pass over or by or through 1
עֹ֥בְרֵי to pass over or by or through 1
וְעָבַ֨ר to pass over or by or through 1
תַעֲבֹ֑ר to pass over or by or through 1
יַעֲבֹ֧ר to pass over or by or through 1
יֶעְדֵּ֔ה to pass on 1
וְיֵ֣עָשֶׂ֔ה to do 1
לַעֲשֹׂתֽוֹ to do 1
יַעֲשֶֽׂה to do 1
עֹשֶׂ֥ה to do 1
וּפָסַחְתִּ֖י to pass over 1
וְהַֽעֲבַרְתָּ֛ to pass over or by or through 1
אֶֽעֱבֹֽרָה to pass over or by or through 1
؟ עֹבֵֽר to pass over or by or through 1
מֵעֲב֖וֹר to pass over or by or through 1
אֶעֱב֑וֹר to pass over or by or through 1
וְיַעֲבֹ֑רוּ to pass over or by or through 1
יַעֲבֹֽרוּ to pass over or by or through 1
יַֽעַבְרוּ־ to pass over or by or through 1
עִבְר֣וּ ׀ to pass over or by or through 1
תַּעַבְר֨וּ to pass over or by or through 1
בְּֽהַעֲבִיר֩ to pass over or by or through 1
תַּעֲבָר־ to pass over or by or through 1
נַעֲבֹר֙ to pass over or by or through 1
לְהַעֲבִ֣יר to pass over or by or through 1
מֵעֹבְרִ֣ים to pass over or by or through 1
וַֽיַּעֲבֹ֔רוּ to pass over or by or through 1
וַיַּעֲבֹ֤ר to pass over or by or through 1
(לַֽעֲבָר־) to pass over or by or through 1
יַעֲבִיר֔וּנִי to pass over or by or through 1
לַעֲבֹ֥ר to pass over or by or through 1
וְהַעֲבַרְתִּ֥י to pass over or by or through 1
הֶעֱבִ֣יר to pass over or by or through 1
בְּהַעֲבִ֖יר to pass over or by or through 1
יָבֹ֥א to go in 1
וַתָּבֹֽאנָה to go in 1
תָּב֖וֹא to go in 1
בְּבֹא֙ to go in 1
בָּֽא to go in 1
בָּ֣אוּ to go in 1
יָבֹ֣א to go in 1
בֹּֽא־ to go in 1
בָ֑אוּ to go in 1
מַבְרִ֕חַ to go through 1
לִבְרֹ֙חַ֙ to go through 1
דָ֑רֶךְ way 1
וְהָיָ֕ה to be 1
יִהְיֶ֜ה to be 1
וִיהִי֩ to be 1
וַיְהִי־ to be 1
אֲבִיאֶ֔נָּה to go in 1
הֲבֵאתִ֔יהָ to go in 1
וַֽיְהִי־ to be 1
παρέρχεσθε to go past 1
γεγονός to become 1
γενόμενα to become 1
γίνεται to become 1
γενόμεναι to become 1
διαβῆναι to pass through 1
διαπερῶσιν to pass over 1
καταργηθήσεται to render idle 1
παρέλθωσιν to go past 1
וּבְבֹאָ֑הּ to go in 1
παρελθάτω to go past 1
וַיָּבֹ֛אוּ to go in 1
יָב֑וֹא to go in 1
הֲבֵיאתִ֗יהָ to go in 1
וּבָ֤א to go in 1
יָב֔וֹא to go in 1
בָּאָ֣ה to go in 1
וְנִֽהְיָ֔תָה to be 1
הָיָ֑ה to be 1
בְּהַעֲבִ֥יר to pass over or by or through 1
הַעֲבִרֵ֖נוּ to pass over or by or through 1
אֶעֱבֹ֥ר to pass over or by or through 1
וְעָבָ֑ר to pass over or by or through 1
וְעָבָֽר to pass over or by or through 1
מַעֲבִ֥יר to pass over or by or through 1
עֹֽבְרִ֗ים to pass over or by or through 1
אֶעְבְּרָ֥ה to pass over or by or through 1
עֹבֵ֥ר to pass over or by or through 1
מֵעֲבֹ֖ר to pass over or by or through 1
וְעָבַרְתִּ֣י to pass over or by or through 1
וְעָבַ֣ר to pass over or by or through 1
יַעֲבֹ֤ר to pass over or by or through 1
אַעֲבִ֤יר to pass over or by or through 1
עָבְרִֽי to pass over or by or through 1
אַעֲבִ֥יר to pass over or by or through 1
עוֹבֵ֔ר to pass over or by or through 1
תַעֲבֹ֑רוּ to pass over or by or through 1
לְהַעֲבִ֨יר to pass over or by or through 1
וַֽ֠יְהִי to be 1
וַתֶּ֔הִי to be 1
וְֽ֠הָיָה to be 1
הָיָ֔תָה to be 1
וְהָיָ֧ה to be 1
יִהְיֶ֣ה to be 1
תִֽהְיֶֽה to be 1
וַֽיְהִ֗י to be 1
הָ֥יְתָה to be 1
לַֽחֲלֹ֔ף to pass on or away 1
וְהֶעֱבִ֤יר to pass over or by or through 1
וְחָלַ֤ף to pass on or away 1
חָ֭לְפוּ to pass on or away 1
מַעֲבַ֖ר ford 1
וְלַֽעֲבֹד֙ to work 1
וַיַּעֲבִרֵ֖הוּ to pass over or by or through 1
הֶעֱבִ֨יר to pass over or by or through 1
וַֽ֠יַּעֲבִירוּ to pass over or by or through 1
וּפָסַ֤ח to pass over 1

Definitions Related to Pass


   1 to become, i.e. to come into existence, begin to be, receive being.
   2 to become, i.e. to come to Pass, happen.
      2a of events.
   3 to arise, appear in history, come upon the stage.
      3a of men appearing in public.
   4 to be made, finished.
      4a of miracles, to be performed, wrought.
   5 to become, be made.


   1 to go past, Pass by.
      1a of persons moving forward.
         1a1 to Pass by.
      1b of time.
         1b1 an act continuing for a time.
      1c metaph.
         1c1 to Pass away, perish.
         1c2 to Pass by (Pass over), that is, to neglect, omit, (transgress).
         1c3 to be led by, to be carried past, be averted.
   2 to come near, come forward, arrive.


   1 to Pass over or by or through, alienate, bring, carry, do away, take, take away, transgress.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to Pass over, cross, cross over, Pass over, march over, overflow, go over.
         1a2 to Pass beyond.
         1a3 to Pass through, traverse.
            1a3a passers-through (participle).
            1a3b to Pass through (the parts of victim in covenant).
         1a4 to Pass along, Pass by, overtake and Pass, sweep by.
            1a4a passer-by (participle).
            1a4b to be past, be over.
         1a5 to Pass on, go on, Pass on before, go in advance of, Pass along, travel, advance.
         1a6 to Pass away.
            1a6a to emigrate, leave (one’s territory).
            1a6b to vanish.
            1a6c to perish, cease to exist.
            1a6d to become invalid, become obsolete (of law, decree).
            1a6e to be alienated, Pass into other hands.
      1b (Niphal) to be crossed.
      1c (Piel) to impregnate, cause to cross.
      1d (Hiphil).
         1d1 to cause to Pass over, cause to bring over, cause to cross over, make over to, dedicate, devote.
         1d2 to cause to Pass through.
         1d3 to cause to Pass by or beyond or under, let Pass by.
         1d4 to cause to Pass away, cause to take away.
      1e (Hithpael) to Pass over.


   1 to come to Pass, become, be.
      1a (P’al).
         1a1 to come to Pass.
         1a2 to come into being, arise, become, come to be.
            1a2a to let become known (with participle of knowing).
         1a3 to be.


   1 to go in, enter, come, go, come in.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to enter, come in.
         1a2 to come.
            1a2a to come with.
            1a2b to come upon, fall or light upon, attack (enemy).
            1a2c to come to Pass.
         1a3 to attain to.
         1a4 to be enumerated.
         1a5 to go.
      1b (Hiphil).
         1b1 to lead in.
         1b2 to carry in.
         1b3 to bring in, cause to come in, gather, cause to come, bring near, bring against, bring upon.
         1b4 to bring to Pass.
      1c (Hophal).
         1c1 to be brought, brought in.
         1c2 to be introduced, be put.


   1 to render idle, unemployed, inactivate, inoperative.
      1a to cause a person or thing to have no further efficiency.
      1b to deprive of force, influence, power.
   2 to cause to cease, put an end to, do away with, annul, abolish.
      2a to cease, to Pass away, be done away.
      2b to be severed from, separated from, discharged from, loosed from any one.
      2c to terminate all intercourse with one.


   1 to go through, Pass through.
      1a to go, walk, journey, Pass through a place.
      1b to travel the road which leads through a place, go, Pass, travel through a region.
   2 to go different places.
      2a of people, to go abroad.
      2b of a report, to spread, go abroad.



   1 to do, fashion, accomplish, make.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to do, work, make, produce.
            1a1a to do.
            1a1b to work.
            1a1c to deal (with).
            1a1d to act, act with effect, effect.
         1a2 to make.
            1a2a to make.
            1a2b to produce.
            1a2c to prepare.
            1a2d to make (an offering).
            1a2e to attend to, put in order.
            1a2f to observe, celebrate.
            1a2g to acquire (property).
            1a2h to appoint, ordain, institute.
            1a2i to bring about.
            1a2j to use.
            1a2k to spend, Pass.
      1b (Niphal).
         1b1 to be done.
         1b2 to be made.
         1b3 to be produced.
         1b4 to be offered.
         1b5 to be observed.
         1b6 to be used.
      1c (Pual) to be made.
   2 (Piel) to press, squeeze.


   1 to be, become, come to Pass, exist, happen, fall out.
      1a (Qal).
            1a1a to happen, fall out, occur, take place, come about, come to Pass.
            1a1b to come about, come to Pass.
         1a2 to come into being, become.
            1a2a to arise, appear, come.
            1a2b to become.
               1a2b1 to become.
               1a2b2 to become like.
               1a2b3 to be instituted, be established.
         1a3 to be.
            1a3a to exist, be in existence.
            1a3b to abide, remain, continue (with word of place or time).
            1a3c to stand, lie, be in, be at, be situated (with word of locality).
            1a3d to accompany, be with.
      1b (Niphal).
         1b1 to occur, come to Pass, be done, be brought about.
         1b2 to be done, be finished, be gone.


   1 to Pass on or away, Pass through, Pass by, go through, grow up, change, to go on from.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to Pass on quickly.
         1a2 to Pass away (vanish).
         1a3 to come on anew, sprout again (of grass).
         1a4 to Pass through.
         1a5 to overstep, transgress.
      1b (Piel) to cause to Pass, change.
      1c (Hiph).
         1c1 to change, substitute, alter, change for better, renew.
         1c2 to show newness (of tree).


   1 to Pass over, cross over, i.e. a river, a lake.


   1 to Pass through, cross over.


   1 to go through, flee, run away, chase, drive away, put to flight, reach, shoot (extend), hurry away.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to go, Pass through.
         1a2 to flee.
         1a3 to hasten, come quickly.
      1b (Hiphil).
         1b1 to Pass through.
         1b2 to cause to flee, put to flight.
         1b3 to drive away.


   1 to Pass over, spring over.
      1a (Qal) to Pass over.
      1b (Piel) to skip, Pass over.
   2 to limp.
      2a (Qal) to limp.
      2b (Niphal) to be lame.
      2c (Piel) to limp.


   1 to Pass on, Pass away.
      1a (P’al).
         1a1 to Pass on, Pass over.
         1a2 to Pass away.
      1b (Aphel) to take away, remove, depose.


   1 ford, Pass, passing.
      1a ford.
      1b Pass.
      1c passing, sweep.


   1 to work, serve.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to labour, work, do work.
         1a2 to work for another, serve another by labour.
         1a3 to serve as subjects.
         1a4 to serve (God).
         1a5 to serve (with Levitical service).
      1b (Niphal).
         1b1 to be worked, be tilled (of land).
         1b2 to make oneself a servant.
      1c (Pual) to be worked.
      1d (Hiphil).
         1d1 to compel to labour or work, cause to labour, cause to serve.
         1d2 to cause to serve as subjects.
      1e (Hophal) to be led or enticed to serve.

Frequency of Pass (original languages)

Frequency of Pass (English)


Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Pass, Come to Pass
1: παρέρχομαι (Strong's #3928 — Verb — parerchomai — par-er'-khom-ahee ) from para, "by," erchomai, "to come" or "go," denotes (I), literally, "to pass, pass by," (a) of persons, Matthew 8:28 ; Mark 6:48 ; Luke 18:37 ; Acts 16:8 ; (b) of things, Matthew 26:39,42 ; of time, Matthew 14:15 ; Mark 14:35 ; Acts 27:9 , AV, "past" (RV, "gone by"); 1 Peter 4:3 ; (II), metaphorically, (a) "to pass away, to perish," Matthew 5:18 ; 24:34,35 ; Mark 13:30,31 ; Luke 16:17 ; 21:32,33 ; 2 Corinthians 5:17 ; James 1:10 ; 2 Peter 3:10 ; (b) "to pass by, disregard, neglect, pass over," Luke 11:42 ; 15:29 , "transgressed." For the meaning "to come forth or come," see Luke 12:37 ; 17:7 , RV (Acts 24:7 in some mss.). See COME , No. 9.
2: διέρχομαι (Strong's #1330 — Verb — dierchomai — dee-er'-khom-ahee ) denotes "to pass through or over," (a) of persons, e.g., Matthew 12:43 , RV, "passeth (AV, walketh) through;" Mark 4:35 , AV, "pass (RV, go) over;" Luke 19:1,4 ; Hebrews 4:14 , RV, "passed through" (AV "into"); Christ "passed through" the created heavens to the throne of God; (b) of things, e.g., Matthew 19:24 , "to go through;" Luke 2:35 , "shall pierce through" (metaphorically of a sword). See COME , No. 5.
3: ἀπέρχομαι (Strong's #565 — Verb — aperchomai — ap-erkh'-om-ahee ) "to go away," is rendered "to pass" in Revelation 9:12 ; 11:14 ; "passed away" in Revelation 21:4 . See DEPART , No. 4.
4: προέρχομαι (Strong's #4281 — Verb — proerchomai — pro-er'-khom-ahee ) "to go forward," is translated "passed on" in Acts 12:10 . See GO.
5: ἀντιπαρέρχομαι (Strong's #492 — Verb — antiparerchomai — an-tee-par-er'-khom-ahee ) denotes "to pass by opposite to" (anti, "over against," and No. 1), Luke 10:31,32 .
6: διαβαίνω (Strong's #1224 — Verb — diabaino — dee-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to step across, cross over," is translated "to pass" in Luke 16:26 (of "passing" across the fixed gulf: for the AV in the 2nd part of the ver., see No. 13); in Hebrews 11:29 , "passed through." See COME , No. 18.
7: μεταβαίνω (Strong's #3327 — Verb — metabaino — met-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to pass over from one place to another" (meta, implying change), is translated "we have passed out of" (AV, "from") in 1 John 3:14 , RV, as to the change from death to life. See REMOVE , No. 1.
8: ἀναστρέφω (Strong's #390 — Verb — anastrepho — an-as-tref'-o ) lit., "to turn back" (ana, "back," strepho, "to turn"), in the Middle Voice, "to conduct oneself, behave, live," is translated "pass (the time)" in 1 Peter 1:17 . See ABIDE , No. 8.
9: παράγω (Strong's #3855 — Verb — parago — par-ag'-o ) "to pass by, pass away," in Matthew 9:9 , RV, "passed by" (AV, "forth"), is used in the Middle Voice in 1 John 2:8 , RV, "is passing away" (AV, "is past"), of the "passing" of spiritual darkness through the light of the Gospel, and in 1 John 2:17 of the world. See DEPART , No. 2.
10: παραπορεύομαι (Strong's #3899 — Verb — paraporeuomai — par-ap-or-yoo'-om-ahee ) primarily, "to go beside, accompany" (para, "beside," poreuomai, "to proceed"), denotes "to go past, pass by," Matthew 27:39 ; Mark 9:30 , "passed through" (some mss. have poreuomai); Mark 11:20 ; 15:29 ; in Mark 2:23 , "going ... through." See GO.
11: διαπορεύομαι (Strong's #1279 — Verb — diaporeuomai — dee-ap-or-yoo'-om-ahee ) "to pass across, journey through," is used in the Middle Voice, translated "pass by" in Luke 18:36 , AV, RV, "going by." See GO.
12: ὑπερβάλλω (Strong's #5235 — Verb — huperballo — hoop-er-bal'-lo ) in Ephesians 3:19 , "passeth:" see EXCEED , A, No. 1.
13: ὑπερέχω (Strong's #5242 — Verb — huperecho — hoop-er-ekh'-o ) "passeth" in Philippians 4:7 : see BETTER (be), No. 4.
14: διαπεράω (Strong's #1276 — Verb — diaperao — dee-ap-er-ah'-o ) "to pass over, cross over" (used in Luke 16:26,2 nd part: see No. 6): see CROSS.
15: διοδεύω (Strong's #1353 — Verb — diodeuo — dee-od-yoo'-o ) "to travel through, or along" (dia, "through," hodos "a way"), is translated "they had passed through" in Acts 17:1 , lit., "having passed through;" in Luke 8:1 , "He went about," RV (AV, "throughout").
16: χωρέω (Strong's #5562 — Verb — choreo — kho-reh'-o ) used intransitively, signifies "to make room, retire, pass;" in Matthew 15:17 , RV, "passeth (into the belly)," AV, "goeth." See COME , No. 24.
17: καταργέω (Strong's #2673 — Verb — katargeo — kat-arg-eh'-o ) is translated "was passing away" in 2 Corinthians 3:7 (AV, "was to be done away"); "passeth away" in 2 Corinthians 3:11 , RV (AV, "is done away"). See ABOLISH.
18: παροίχομαι (Strong's #3944 — Verb — paroichomai — par-oy'-khom-ahee ) "to have passed by, to be gone by," is used in Acts 14:16 , of past generations, AV, "(in times) past," RV, "(in the generations) gone by."
Notes: (1) Ginomai, "to become, take place," is often translated "to come to pass;" frequently in the Synoptic Gospels and Acts (note the RV of Luke 24:21 ); elsewhere in John 13:19 ; 14:22 , RV, "(what) is come to pass...?" AV, "(how) is it...?;" John 14:29 (twice); 1 Thessalonians 3:4 ; Revelation 1:1 . (2) In Acts 2:17,21 ; 3:23 ; Romans 9:26 , the AV translates the future of eimi, "to be," "it shall come to pass" (RV, "it shall be"). (3) In Acts 5:15 , AV, erchomai, "to come," is translated "passing by" (RV, "came by"). (4) For the AV, "passing" in Acts 27:8 , see COASTING , C. (5) In Mark 6:35 ; AV, "the time is far passed" (RV, "the day is...far spent") is, lit., "the hour is much (polus)." (6) For huperakmos in 1 Corinthians 7:36 , RV, "past the flower of her age," see FLOWER.
Webster's Dictionary - by-Pass
(n.) A by-passage, for a pipe, or other channel, to divert circulation from the usual course.
Holman Bible Dictionary - Scorpion Pass
See Akrabbim .
Webster's Dictionary - Pass-Key
(n.) A key for opening more locks than one; a master key.
Webster's Dictionary - Pass-Parole
(n.) An order passed from front to rear by word of mouth.
Webster's Dictionary - Pass
(v. t.) To cause to advance by stages of progress; to carry on with success through an ordeal, examination, or action; specifically, to give legal or official sanction to; to ratify; to enact; to approve as valid and just; as, he passed the bill through the committee; the senate passed the law.
(v. i.) To move or be transferred from one state or condition to another; to change possession, condition, or circumstances; to undergo transition; as, the business has passed into other hands.
(v. i.) To move beyond the range of the senses or of knowledge; to pass away; hence, to disappear; to vanish; to depart; specifically, to depart from life; to die.
(v. i.) To move or to come into being or under notice; to come and go in consciousness; hence, to take place; to occur; to happen; to come; to occur progressively or in succession; to be present transitorily.
(v. i.) To go by or glide by, as time; to elapse; to be spent; as, their vacation passed pleasantly.
(v. i.) To decline to take an optional action when it is one's turn, as to decline to bid, or to bet, or to play a card; in euchre, to decline to make the trump.
(v. i.) To advance through all the steps or stages necessary to validity or effectiveness; to be carried through a body that has power to sanction or reject; to receive legislative sanction; to be enacted; as, the resolution passed; the bill passed both houses of Congress.
(v. i.) To go through any inspection or test successfully; to be approved or accepted; as, he attempted the examination, but did not expect to pass.
(v. i.) To be suffered to go on; to be tolerated; hence, to continue; to live along.
(v. i.) To go unheeded or neglected; to proceed without hindrance or opposition; as, we let this act pass.
(v. i.) In football, hockey, etc., to make pass; to transfer the ball, etc., to another player of one's own side.
(n.) In football, hockey, etc., a transfer of the ball, etc., to another player of one's side, usually at some distance.
(v. i.) To go from one person to another; hence, to be given and taken freely; as, clipped coin will not pass; to obtain general acceptance; to be held or regarded; to circulate; to be current; - followed by for before a word denoting value or estimation.
(v. t.) To emit from the bowels; to evacuate.
(v. t.) To cause to obtain entrance, admission, or conveyance; as, to pass a person into a theater, or over a railroad.
(v. t.) To put in circulation; to give currency to; as, to pass counterfeit money.
(v. i.) To go; to move; to proceed; to be moved or transferred from one point to another; to make a transit; - usually with a following adverb or adverbal phrase defining the kind or manner of motion; as, to pass on, by, out, in, etc.; to pass swiftly, directly, smoothly, etc.; to pass to the rear, under the yoke, over the bridge, across the field, beyond the border, etc.
(v. t.) To cause to pass the lips; to utter; to pronounce; hence, to promise; to pledge; as, to pass sentence.
(v. t.) To cause to move or go; to send; to transfer from one person, place, or condition to another; to transmit; to deliver; to hand; to make over; as, the waiter passed bisquit and cheese; the torch was passed from hand to hand.
(v. t.) To go successfully through, as an examination, trail, test, etc.; to obtain the formal sanction of, as a legislative body; as, he passed his examination; the bill passed the senate.
(v. t.) To transcend; to surpass; to excel; to exceed.
(v. t.) To go by without noticing; to omit attention to; to take no note of; to disregard.
(v. t.) To go from one limit to the other of; to spend; to live through; to have experience of; to undergo; to suffer.
(v. t.) To go by, beyond, over, through, or the like; to proceed from one side to the other of; as, to pass a house, a stream, a boundary, etc.
(v. i.) In football, hockey, etc., to make a pass; to transfer the ball, etc., to another player of one's own side.
(v. i.) A movement of the hand over or along anything; the manipulation of a mesmerist.
(v. i.) To make a lunge or pass; to thrust.
(v. i.) To be conveyed or transferred by will, deed, or other instrument of conveyance; as, an estate passes by a certain clause in a deed.
(v. i.) To go through the intestines.
(v. i.) To take heed; to care.
(v. i.) To go beyond bounds; to surpass; to be in excess.
(v. i.) Fig.: a thrust; a sally of wit.
(v. i.) Permission or license to pass, or to go and come; a psssport; a ticket permitting free transit or admission; as, a railroad or theater pass; a military pass.
(v. i.) State of things; condition; predicament.
(v. i.) A single passage of a bar, rail, sheet, etc., between the rolls.
(v. i.) A thrust or push; an attempt to stab or strike an adversary.
(v. i.) An opening, road, or track, available for passing; especially, one through or over some dangerous or otherwise impracticable barrier; a passageway; a defile; a ford; as, a mountain pass.
(v. t.) To make, as a thrust, punto, etc.
(v. t.) To take a turn with (a line, gasket, etc.), as around a sail in furling, and make secure.
(v. i.) A part; a division.
(v. i.) Estimation; character.
Webster's Dictionary - Sea Pass
A document carried by neutral merchant vessels in time of war, to show their nationality; a sea letter or passport. See Passport.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of OT Words - Pass Over
A. Verb.
‛Âbar (עָבַר, Strong's #5674), “to pass away, pass over.” This verb occurs in all Semitic languages and at all periods of those languages, including biblical Hebrew and Aramaic. The Bible attests about 550 uses of this verb in Hebrew.
The verb refers primarily to spatial movement, to “moving over, through, or away from.” This basic meaning can be used of “going over or through” a particular location to get to the other side, as when Jacob “crossed over” the Euphrates to escape Laban (Gen. 31:21). Another specific use of this general meaning is to pass through something; Ps. 8:8 speaks of whatever “passes through” the sea as being under Adam’s control. ‛Âbar can also merely mean “to go as far as”—Amos tells his audience not to “cross over” to Beersheba (Amos 5:5). “To go as far as” an individual is to overtake him (2 Sam. 18:23). Abram “passed through” Canaan as far as Mamre; he did not go out of the land (cf. Gen. 12:6). The word can also be used of “passing by” something; Abraham begged the three men not “to pass by” him but to stop and refresh themselves (Gen. 18:3). ‛Âbar is sometimes used of “passing over” a law, order, or covenant as if it were not binding. When the people decided to enter Palestine against the command of God, Moses said, “Wherefore now do ye transgress the commandment of the Lord?” (Num. 14:41).
This verb first occurs in Gen. 8:1 where it means “pass over on top of.” God caused the wind “to pass over” the flood waters and to carry them away.
The word can also mean “to pass away,” to cease to be, as in Gen. 50:4 where the days of mourning over Jacob “were past.”
A number of technical phrases where this root has a regular and specialized meaning appear. For example, one who “passes over” the sea is a seafarer or sailor (Isa. 23:2—a similar technical usage appears in Akkadian). ‛Âbar is used in business affairs with silver or money in the sense of reckoning money according to the “going” (passing) rate (Gen. 23:16ff.). In Song of Sol. 5:5 (RSV) the verb is used to mean “flow” as what a liquid does (“flowing” or “liquid” myrrh). The phrase “pass over to be numbered” is a phrase meaning to move from one status to another (to move into the ranks of the militia) in Exod. 30:13-14.
The intensive stem of ‛âbar is used in two special senses: of “overlaying” with precious metals (1 Kings 6:21) and of the ox’s act of making a cow pregnant (Job 21:10). The verb also has special meanings in the causative stem: “to devote” the firstborn to the Lord (Exod. 13:12); “to offer” a child by burning him in fire (Deut. 18:10); “to make” a sound “come forth” (Lev. 25:9); “to sovereignly transfer” a kingdom or cause it to pass over to another’s leadership (2 Sam. 3:10); “to put away or cause to cease” (1 Kings 15:12); and “to turn” something “away” (Ps. 119:37).
B. Nouns.
‛Ibrı̂y (עִבְרִי, Strong's #5680), “Hebrew.” The origin and meaning of this word, which appears 34 times, is much debated. The word is an early generic term for a variety of Semitic peoples and is somewhat akin to our word barbarian. So Abram is identified as a “Hebrew” (Gen. 14:13). This ethnic term indicates family origin whereas the term “sons of Israel” is a political and religious term. Unquestionably in the ancient Near East “Hebrew” was applied to a far larger group than the Israelites. The word occurs in Ugaritic, Egyptian, and Babylonian writings describing a diverse mixture of nomadic wanderers or at least those who appear to have at one time been nomadic. Sometimes the word seems to be a term of derision. Such usage recalls 1 Sam. 29:3, where the Philistine leaders asked Achish, “What do these Hebrews here?” There is considerable debate about identifying Hebrew with the well-known Habiru (Semitic warlords) who occupied Egypt in the first half of the second millennium B.C.
Several other nouns are derived from the verb ‘abar. ’Eber, which occurs 89 times, refers to the “side” (1 Sam. 14:1) or “edge” (Exod. 28:26) of something. When speaking of rivers or seas, ‘eber means the “edge or side opposite the speaker” or “the other side” (Josh. 2:10). Ma’barah, which appears 8 times, means “ford” (Josh. 2:7) and “ravine” or “passage” (1 Sam. 14:4). Ma’abar appears 3 times to mean: “sweep” (of a staff, Isa. 30:32); “ford” (Gen. 32:22); and “ravine” or “passage” (1 Sam. 13:23). ‘Abarah, which occurs twice, means “crossing or ford” (2 Sam. 19:18, RSV).
Vine's Expository Dictionary of OT Words - Pass On, Pass Away
Châlaph (חָלַף, Strong's #2498), “to pass on, pass away, change, overstep, transgress.” Common to both biblical and modern Hebrew, this term appears approximately 30 times in the Hebrew Old Testament. When used in the simple active form, châlaph occurs only in poetry (except for 1 Sam. 10:3), and it has the meaning of “to pass on, through.” The word is typically used in narrative or prose with the meaning of “to change.” With this meaning châlaph first occurs in the Old Testament in Gen. 31:7: “… Your father hath deceived me, and changed my wages ten times …” (cf. Gen. 31:41). Châlaph expresses the “sweeping on” of a flood (Isa. 8:8), of a whirlwind (Isa. 21:1), and of God Himself (Job 9:11). The word has the meaning of “to pass away or to vanish,” with reference to days (Job 9:26), the rain (Song of Sol. 2:11), and idols (Isa. 2:18). Not only wages, but garments are “changed” (Gen. 35:2; Ps. 102:26). “To change” is “to renew” strength (Isa. 40:31; 41:1); a tree appears “to be renewed” when it sprouts again (Job 14:7).
King James Dictionary - Pass
P`ASS, Eng. pat, and as a noun, a pass, a defile, an ambling, pace passen, to be fit, to suit L. patior, whence passion, to suffer, and peto, competo, in the sense of fit Gr. to walk or step, to suffer The word pass coincides with L. passus, a step, and this is from pando, L. passus, a step, and this is from pando, to extend n being casual, the original word was pado.
1. To move, in almost any manner to go to proceed from one place to another. A man may pass on foot, on horseback or in a carriage a bird and a meteor pass through the air a ship passes on or through the water light passes from the sun to the planets it passes from the sun to the earth in about eight minutes. 2. To move from one state to another to alter or change, or to be changed in condition as, to pass from health to sickness to pass from just to unjust. 3. To vanish to disappear to be lost. In this sense, we usually say, to pass away. Beauty is a charm, but soon the charm will pass.
4. To be spent to go on or away progressively. The time when the thing existed, is the idea of that space of duration which passed between some fixed period and the being of that thing.
5. To die to depart from life. Little used. 6. To be in any state to undergo with under as, to pass under the rod. 7. To be enacted to receive the sanction of a legislative house or body by a majority of votes. Neither of these bills has yet passed the house of commons.
8. To be current to gain reception or to be generally received. Bank bills pass as a substitute for coin. False eloquence passeth only where true is not understood.
9. To be regarded to be received in opinion or estimation. This will not pass for a fault in him, till it is proved to be one in us.
10. To occur to be present to take place as, to notice what passes in the mind. 11. To be done. Provided no indirect act pass upon our prayers to defile them.
12. To determine to give judgment or sentence. Though well we may not pass upon his life.
13. To thrust to make a push in fencing or fighting. 14. To omit to suffer to go unheeded or neglected. We saw the act, but let it pass. 15. To move through any duct or opening as, substances in the stomach that will not pass, not be converted into ailment. 16. To percolate to be secreted as juices that pass from the glands into the mouth. 17. To be in a tolerable state. A middling sort of man was left well enough by his father to pass,but he could never think he had enough, so long as any had more.
18. To be transferred from one owner to another. The land article passed by livery and seizin. 19. To go beyond bounds. For this we generally use surpass. 20. To run or extend as a line or other thing. The north limit of Massachusetts passes three miles north of the Merrimac. To come to pass, to happen to arrive to come to be to exist a phrase much used in the Scriptures.
To pass away, to move from sight to vanish.
1. To be spent to be lost. A good part of their lives passes away without thinking.
To pass by, to move near and beyond. He passed by as we stood in the road.
To pass on, to proceed.
To pass over, to go or move from side to side to cross as, to pass over to the other side.
To pass into, to unite and blend, as two substances or colors, in such a manner that it is impossible to tell where one ends and the other begins.
P`ASS, To go beyond. The sun has passed the age of frivolousness.
1. To go through or over as, to pass a river. 2. To spend to live through as, to pass time to pass the night in revelry, and the day in sleep. 3. To cause to move to send as, to pass the bottle from one guest to another to pass a pauper from one town to another to pass a rope round a yard to pass the blood from the right to the left ventricle of the heart. 4. To cause to move hastily. I had only time to pass my eye over the medals, which are in great number.
5. To transfer from one owner to another to sell or assign as, to pass land from A to B by deed to pass a note or bill. 6. To strain to cause to percolate as, to pass wine through a filter. 7. To utter to pronounce as, to pass compliments to pass sentence or judgment to pass censure on another's works. 8. To procure or cause to go. Waller passed over five thousand horse and foot by Newbridge.
9. To put an end to. This night
We'll pass the business privately and well.
10. To omit to neglect either to do or to mention. I pass their warlike pomp, their proud array.
11. To transcend to transgress or go beyond as, to pass the bounds of moderation. 12. To admit to allow to approve and receive as valid or just as, to pass an account at the war-office. 13. To approve or sanction by a constitutional or legal majority of votes as, the house of representatives passed the bill. Hence, 14. To enact to carry through all the forms necessary to give validity as, the legislature passed the bill into a law. 15. To impose fraudulently as, she passed the child on her husband for a boy. 16. To practice artfully to cause to succeed as, to pass a trick on one. 17. To surpass to excel to exceed. 18. To thrust to make a push in fencing. To see thee fight, to see thee pass thy puncto.
To pass away, to spend to waste as, to pass away the flower of like in idleness.
To pass by, to pass near and beyond.
1. To overlook to excuse to forgive not to censure or punish as, to pass by a crime or fault. 2. To neglect to disregard. Certain passages of Scripture we cannot pass by without injury to truth.
To pass over, to move from side to side to cross as, to pass over a river or mountain.
1. To omit to overlook or disregard. He passed over one charge without a reply. P`ASS, n. A narrow passage, entrance or avenue a narrow or difficult place of entrance and exit as a pass between mountains.
1. A passage a road. 2. Permission to pass, to go or to come a license to pass a passport. A gentleman had a pass to go beyond the seas.
A ship sailing under the flag and pass of an enemy.
3. An order for sending vagrants or impotent persons to their place of abode. 4. In fencing and fighting, a thrust a push attempt to stab or strike as , to make a pass at an antagonist. 5. State condition or extreme case extremity. To what a pass are our minds brought.
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Transpass - ) To Pass over; as, Alexander transpassed the river. ) To Pass by; to Pass away
Pass - pat, and as a noun, a Pass, a defile, an ambling, pace Passen, to be fit, to suit L. patior, whence Passion, to suffer, and peto, competo, in the sense of fit Gr. to walk or step, to suffer The word Pass coincides with L. Passus, a step, and this is from pando, L. Passus, a step, and this is from pando, to extend n being casual, the original word was pado. A man may Pass on foot, on horseback or in a carriage a bird and a meteor Pass through the air a ship Passes on or through the water light Passes from the sun to the planets it Passes from the sun to the earth in about eight minutes. To move from one state to another to alter or change, or to be changed in condition as, to Pass from health to sickness to Pass from just to unjust. In this sense, we usually say, to Pass away. Beauty is a charm, but soon the charm will Pass. The time when the thing existed, is the idea of that space of duration which Passed between some fixed period and the being of that thing. To be in any state to undergo with under as, to Pass under the rod. Neither of these bills has yet Passed the house of commons. Bank bills Pass as a substitute for coin. False eloquence Passeth only where true is not understood. This will not Pass for a fault in him, till it is proved to be one in us. To occur to be present to take place as, to notice what Passes in the mind. Provided no indirect act Pass upon our prayers to defile them. Though well we may not Pass upon his life. We saw the act, but let it Pass. To move through any duct or opening as, substances in the stomach that will not Pass, not be converted into ailment. To percolate to be secreted as juices that Pass from the glands into the mouth. A middling sort of man was left well enough by his father to Pass,but he could never think he had enough, so long as any had more. The land article Passed by livery and seizin. For this we generally use surpass. The north limit of Massachusetts Passes three miles north of the Merrimac. To come to Pass, to happen to arrive to come to be to exist a phrase much used in the Scriptures. ...
To Pass away, to move from sight to vanish. A good part of their lives Passes away without thinking. ...
To Pass by, to move near and beyond. He Passed by as we stood in the road. ...
To Pass on, to proceed. ...
To Pass over, to go or move from side to side to cross as, to Pass over to the other side. ...
To Pass into, to unite and blend, as two substances or colors, in such a manner that it is impossible to tell where one ends and the other begins. The sun has Passed the age of frivolousness. To go through or over as, to Pass a river. To spend to live through as, to Pass time to Pass the night in revelry, and the day in sleep. To cause to move to send as, to Pass the bottle from one guest to another to Pass a pauper from one town to another to Pass a rope round a yard to Pass the blood from the right to the left ventricle of the heart. I had only time to Pass my eye over the medals, which are in great number. To transfer from one owner to another to sell or assign as, to Pass land from A to B by deed to Pass a note or bill. To strain to cause to percolate as, to Pass wine through a filter. To utter to pronounce as, to Pass compliments to Pass sentence or judgment to Pass censure on another's works. Waller Passed over five thousand horse and foot by Newbridge. This night ...
We'll Pass the business privately and well. I Pass their warlike pomp, their proud array. To transcend to transgress or go beyond as, to Pass the bounds of moderation. To admit to allow to approve and receive as valid or just as, to Pass an account at the war-office. To approve or sanction by a constitutional or legal majority of votes as, the house of representatives Passed the bill. To enact to carry through all the forms necessary to give validity as, the legislature Passed the bill into a law. To impose fraudulently as, she Passed the child on her husband for a boy. To practice artfully to cause to succeed as, to Pass a trick on one. To surpass to excel to exceed. To see thee fight, to see thee Pass thy puncto. ...
To Pass away, to spend to waste as, to Pass away the flower of like in idleness. ...
To Pass by, to Pass near and beyond. To overlook to excuse to forgive not to censure or punish as, to Pass by a crime or fault. Certain Passages of Scripture we cannot Pass by without injury to truth. ...
To Pass over, to move from side to side to cross as, to Pass over a river or mountain. He Passed over one charge without a reply. A narrow Passage, entrance or avenue a narrow or difficult place of entrance and exit as a Pass between mountains. A Passage a road. Permission to Pass, to go or to come a license to Pass a Passport. A gentleman had a Pass to go beyond the seas. ...
A ship sailing under the flag and Pass of an enemy. In fencing and fighting, a thrust a push attempt to stab or strike as , to make a Pass at an antagonist. To what a Pass are our minds brought. ...
Matters have been brought to this Pass--...
Repass - ) To Pass or go back; to move back; as, troops Passing and repassing before our eyes. ) To Pass again; to Pass or travel over in the opposite direction; to Pass a second time; as, to repass a bridge or a river; to repass the sea
Forpass - ) To Pass by or along; to Pass over
Permeate - ) To Pass through the pores or interstices of; to penetrate and Pass through without causing rupture or displacement; - applied especially to fluids which Pass through substances of loose texture; as, water permeates sand
Vaporific - ) Producing vapor; tending to Pass, or to cause to Pass, into vapor; thus, volatile fluids are vaporific; heat is a vaporific agent
Underrun - ) To run or Pass under; especially (Naut. ), to Pass along and under, as a cable, for the purpose of taking it in, or of examining it
Cross - 1: διαπεράω (Strong's #1276 — Verb — diaperao — dee-ap-er-ah'-o ) "to Pass over, to cross over" (dia, "through," perao, "to Pass:" akin to this are peran, "across," peras, "a boundary," Latin, porta, "a gate," Eng. ), is translated by the verb "to cross" in the RV, but differently in the AV; in Matthew 9:1 ; Mark 5:21 ; 6:53 (AV, "passed"); Matthew 14:34 (AV, "were gone"); Luke 16:26 (AV, "neither can they Pass"); Acts 21:2 (AV, "sailing"). See GO , Pass , SAIL
Ford - A place in a river or other water, where it may be Passed by man or beast on foot, or by wading. Permit my ghost to Pass the Stygian ford. ...
FORD, To Pass or cross a river or other water by treading or walking on the bottom to Pass through water by wading to wade through
Pervade - ) To Pass or flow through, as an aperture, pore, or interstice; to permeate. ) To Pass or spread through the whole extent of; to be diffused throughout
Percolate - ) To Pass through fine interstices; to filter; as, water percolates through porous stone. ) To cause to Pass through fine interstices, as a liquor; to filter; to strain
Adummim - The Ascent of ( Joshua 15:7 ; Joshua 18:17 ), is the steep Pass in which the road ascends from Jericho to Jerusalem. Its modern name, Tal‘at ed-Dumm , ‘the ascent of blood’ or ‘red,’ is most probably due to the red marl which is so distinctive a feature of the Pass. In this Pass, notorious for robberies and murders, is the traditional ‘inn’ of Luke 10:34
Transmit - ) To cause to Pass over or through; to communicate by sending; to send from one person or place to another; to Pass on or down as by inheritance; as, to transmit a memorial; to transmit dispatches; to transmit money, or bills of exchange, from one country to another. ) To suffer to Pass through; as, glass transmits light; metals transmit, or conduct, electricity
Transmigrate - ) To Pass from one country or jurisdiction to another for the purpose of residence, as men or families; to migrate. ) To Pass from one body or condition into another
Skitter - ) To move or Pass (something) over a surface quickly so that it touches only at intervals; to skip. ) To Pass or glide lightly or with quick touches at intervals; to skip; to skim
Maaleh-Acrabbim - , "scorpion-hill", a Pass on the south-eastern border of Palestine (Numbers 34:4 ; Joshua 15:3 ). It is identified with the Pass of Sufah, entering Palestine from the great Wady el-Fikreh, south of the Dead Sea
Passless - ) Having no Pass; impassable
Passed - ) of Pass...
Escalade - ) To mount and Pass or enter by means of ladders; to scale; as, to escalate a wall. ) A furious attack made by troops on a fortified place, in which ladders are used to Pass a ditch or mount a rampart
Overpass - ) To Pass over; to omit; to overlook; to disregard. ) To go over or beyond; to cross; as, to overpass a river; to overpass limits. ) To surpass; to excel. ) To Pass over, away, or off
pi-Hahiroth - The mouth; the Pass of Hiroth
Excurse - ) To journey or Pass thought
Transmeate - ) To Pass over or beyond
Ziz - The Pass was the ascent through which invaders from the south and east, after doubling the south end of the Dead Sea, entered the hill-country of Judæa. Ziz was the key of the Pass
Outdream - ) To Pass, or escape, while dreaming
Pass, Come to Pass - 1: παρέρχομαι (Strong's #3928 — Verb — parerchomai — par-er'-khom-ahee ) from para, "by," erchomai, "to come" or "go," denotes (I), literally, "to Pass, Pass by," (a) of persons, Matthew 8:28 ; Mark 6:48 ; Luke 18:37 ; Acts 16:8 ; (b) of things, Matthew 26:39,42 ; of time, Matthew 14:15 ; Mark 14:35 ; Acts 27:9 , AV, "past" (RV, "gone by"); 1 Peter 4:3 ; (II), metaphorically, (a) "to Pass away, to perish," Matthew 5:18 ; 24:34,35 ; Mark 13:30,31 ; Luke 16:17 ; 21:32,33 ; 2 Corinthians 5:17 ; James 1:10 ; 2 Peter 3:10 ; (b) "to Pass by, disregard, neglect, Pass over," Luke 11:42 ; 15:29 , "transgressed. ...
2: διέρχομαι (Strong's #1330 — Verb — dierchomai — dee-er'-khom-ahee ) denotes "to Pass through or over," (a) of persons, e. , Matthew 12:43 , RV, "passeth (AV, walketh) through;" Mark 4:35 , AV, "pass (RV, go) over;" Luke 19:1,4 ; Hebrews 4:14 , RV, "passed through" (AV "into"); Christ "passed through" the created heavens to the throne of God; (b) of things, e. ...
3: ἀπέρχομαι (Strong's #565 — Verb — aperchomai — ap-erkh'-om-ahee ) "to go away," is rendered "to Pass" in Revelation 9:12 ; 11:14 ; "passed away" in Revelation 21:4 . ...
4: προέρχομαι (Strong's #4281 — Verb — proerchomai — pro-er'-khom-ahee ) "to go forward," is translated "passed on" in Acts 12:10 . ...
5: ἀντιπαρέρχομαι (Strong's #492 — Verb — antiparerchomai — an-tee-par-er'-khom-ahee ) denotes "to Pass by opposite to" (anti, "over against," and No. ...
6: διαβαίνω (Strong's #1224 — Verb — diabaino — dee-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to step across, cross over," is translated "to Pass" in Luke 16:26 (of "passing" across the fixed gulf: for the AV in the 2nd part of the ver. 13); in Hebrews 11:29 , "passed through. ...
7: μεταβαίνω (Strong's #3327 — Verb — metabaino — met-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to Pass over from one place to another" (meta, implying change), is translated "we have Passed out of" (AV, "from") in 1 John 3:14 , RV, as to the change from death to life. , "to turn back" (ana, "back," strepho, "to turn"), in the Middle Voice, "to conduct oneself, behave, live," is translated "pass (the time)" in 1 Peter 1:17 . ...
9: παράγω (Strong's #3855 — Verb — parago — par-ag'-o ) "to Pass by, Pass away," in Matthew 9:9 , RV, "passed by" (AV, "forth"), is used in the Middle Voice in 1 John 2:8 , RV, "is Passing away" (AV, "is past"), of the "passing" of spiritual darkness through the light of the Gospel, and in 1 John 2:17 of the world. ...
10: παραπορεύομαι (Strong's #3899 — Verb — paraporeuomai — par-ap-or-yoo'-om-ahee ) primarily, "to go beside, accompany" (para, "beside," poreuomai, "to proceed"), denotes "to go past, Pass by," Matthew 27:39 ; Mark 9:30 , "passed through" (some mss. ...
11: διαπορεύομαι (Strong's #1279 — Verb — diaporeuomai — dee-ap-or-yoo'-om-ahee ) "to Pass across, journey through," is used in the Middle Voice, translated "pass by" in Luke 18:36 , AV, RV, "going by. ...
12: ὑπερβάλλω (Strong's #5235 — Verb — huperballo — hoop-er-bal'-lo ) in Ephesians 3:19 , "passeth:" see EXCEED , A, No. ...
13: ὑπερέχω (Strong's #5242 — Verb — huperecho — hoop-er-ekh'-o ) "passeth" in Philippians 4:7 : see BETTER (be), No. ...
14: διαπεράω (Strong's #1276 — Verb — diaperao — dee-ap-er-ah'-o ) "to Pass over, cross over" (used in Luke 16:26,2 nd part: see No. ...
15: διοδεύω (Strong's #1353 — Verb — diodeuo — dee-od-yoo'-o ) "to travel through, or along" (dia, "through," hodos "a way"), is translated "they had Passed through" in Acts 17:1 , lit. , "having Passed through;" in Luke 8:1 , "He went about," RV (AV, "throughout"). ...
16: χωρέω (Strong's #5562 — Verb — choreo — kho-reh'-o ) used intransitively, signifies "to make room, retire, Pass;" in Matthew 15:17 , RV, "passeth (into the belly)," AV, "goeth. ...
17: καταργέω (Strong's #2673 — Verb — katargeo — kat-arg-eh'-o ) is translated "was Passing away" in 2 Corinthians 3:7 (AV, "was to be done away"); "passeth away" in 2 Corinthians 3:11 , RV (AV, "is done away"). ...
18: παροίχομαι (Strong's #3944 — Verb — paroichomai — par-oy'-khom-ahee ) "to have Passed by, to be gone by," is used in Acts 14:16 , of past generations, AV, "(in times) past," RV, "(in the generations) gone by. " ...
Notes: (1) Ginomai, "to become, take place," is often translated "to come to Pass;" frequently in the Synoptic Gospels and Acts (note the RV of Luke 24:21 ); elsewhere in John 13:19 ; 14:22 , RV, "(what) is come to Pass. (2) In Acts 2:17,21 ; 3:23 ; Romans 9:26 , the AV translates the future of eimi, "to be," "it shall come to Pass" (RV, "it shall be"). (3) In Acts 5:15 , AV, erchomai, "to come," is translated "passing by" (RV, "came by"). (4) For the AV, "passing" in Acts 27:8 , see COASTING , C. (5) In Mark 6:35 ; AV, "the time is far Passed" (RV, "the day is
Vanish - To disappear to Pass from a visible to an invisible state as, vapor vanishes from the sight by being dissipated. To disappear to Pass beyond the limit of vision as, a ship vanishes from the sight of spectators on land. To disappear to Pass away to be annihilated or lost
Pretermit - ) To Pass by; to omit; to disregard
Circumnutate - ) To Pass through the stages of circumnutation
Outpass - ) To Pass beyond; to exceed in progress
Delapse - ) To Pass down by inheritance; to lapse
Overfly - ) To cross or Pass over by flight
Forgo - ) To Pass by; to leave
Transfrete - ) To Pass over a strait or narrow sea
Ensweep - ) To sweep over or across; to Pass over rapidly
Overpost - ) To post over; to Pass over swiftly, as by post
Akrabbim - It is a mountain Pass on the road southeast of Beersheba, today called Neqb es-Safa. Recent study has found the Scorpion Pass mentioned in other Near Eastern literature
Diaphanous - ) Allowing light to Pass through, as porcelain; translucent or transparent; pellucid; clear
Long-Stop - ) One who is set to stop balls which Pass the wicket keeper
Effectuate - ) To bring to Pass; to effect; to achieve; to accomplish; to fulfill
Manway - ) A small Passageway, as in a mine, that a man may Pass through
Mistide - ) To happen or come to Pass unfortunately; also, to suffer evil fortune
Intercede - intercedo inter and cedo literally, to move or Pass between. To Pass between
Jot - ...
Till heaven and earth Pass, one jot or one title shall in no wise Pass from the law till all shall be fulfilled
Eventuate - ) To come out finally or in conclusion; to result; to come to Pass
Befall - ) To come to Pass; to happen
Descend - ) To fall in pitch; to Pass from a higher to a lower tone. ) To go down upon or along; to Pass from a higher to a lower part of; as, they descended the river in boats; to descend a ladder. ) To Pass from a higher to a lower place; to move downwards; to come or go down in any way, as by falling, flowing, walking, etc. ) To come down, as from a source, original, or stock; to be derived; to proceed by generation or by transmission; to fall or Pass by inheritance; as, the beggar may descend from a prince; a crown descends to the heir. ) To Pass from the more general or important to the particular or less important matters to be considered
Pass - ) To cause to advance by stages of progress; to carry on with success through an ordeal, examination, or action; specifically, to give legal or official sanction to; to ratify; to enact; to approve as valid and just; as, he Passed the bill through the committee; the senate Passed the law. ) To move or be transferred from one state or condition to another; to change possession, condition, or circumstances; to undergo transition; as, the business has Passed into other hands. ) To move beyond the range of the senses or of knowledge; to Pass away; hence, to disappear; to vanish; to depart; specifically, to depart from life; to die. ) To go by or glide by, as time; to elapse; to be spent; as, their vacation Passed pleasantly. ) To advance through all the steps or stages necessary to validity or effectiveness; to be carried through a body that has power to sanction or reject; to receive legislative sanction; to be enacted; as, the resolution Passed; the bill Passed both houses of Congress. ) To go through any inspection or test successfully; to be approved or accepted; as, he attempted the examination, but did not expect to Pass. ) To go unheeded or neglected; to proceed without hindrance or opposition; as, we let this act Pass. , to make Pass; to transfer the ball, etc. ) To go from one person to another; hence, to be given and taken freely; as, clipped coin will not Pass; to obtain general acceptance; to be held or regarded; to circulate; to be current; - followed by for before a word denoting value or estimation. ) To cause to obtain entrance, admission, or conveyance; as, to Pass a person into a theater, or over a railroad. ) To put in circulation; to give currency to; as, to Pass counterfeit money. ) To go; to move; to proceed; to be moved or transferred from one point to another; to make a transit; - usually with a following adverb or adverbal phrase defining the kind or manner of motion; as, to Pass on, by, out, in, etc. ; to Pass swiftly, directly, smoothly, etc. ; to Pass to the rear, under the yoke, over the bridge, across the field, beyond the border, etc. ) To cause to Pass the lips; to utter; to pronounce; hence, to promise; to pledge; as, to Pass sentence. ) To cause to move or go; to send; to transfer from one person, place, or condition to another; to transmit; to deliver; to hand; to make over; as, the waiter Passed bisquit and cheese; the torch was Passed from hand to hand. ; to obtain the formal sanction of, as a legislative body; as, he Passed his examination; the bill Passed the senate. ) To transcend; to surpass; to excel; to exceed. ) To go by, beyond, over, through, or the like; to proceed from one side to the other of; as, to Pass a house, a stream, a boundary, etc. , to make a Pass; to transfer the ball, etc. ) To make a lunge or Pass; to thrust. ) To be conveyed or transferred by will, deed, or other instrument of conveyance; as, an estate Passes by a certain clause in a deed. ) To go beyond bounds; to surpass; to be in excess. ) Permission or license to Pass, or to go and come; a psssport; a ticket permitting free transit or admission; as, a railroad or theater Pass; a military Pass. ) A single Passage of a bar, rail, sheet, etc. ) An opening, road, or track, available for Passing; especially, one through or over some dangerous or otherwise impracticable barrier; a Passageway; a defile; a ford; as, a mountain Pass
Col - ) A short ridge connecting two higher elevations or mountains; the Pass over such a ridge
Col - ) A short ridge connecting two higher elevations or mountains; the Pass over such a ridge
Akrab'Bim - (the ascent of , or the going up to ); also MAALEH-ACRABBIM ( the scorpion Pass ), A Pass between the south end of the Dead Sea and Zin, forming one of the landmarks on the south boundary at once of Judah, ( Joshua 15:3 ) and of the Holy Land
Ziz - (the projection ), The cliff of, the Pass by which the horde of Moabites, Ammonites and Mehunim made their way up from the shores of the Dead Sea to the wilderness of Judah near Tekoa. 2 Chronicles 20:20 It was the Pass of Ain Jidy --the very same route which is taken by the Arabs in their marauding expeditions at the present day
Transgress - transgressus, transgredior trans and gradior, to Pass. To Pass over or beyond any limit to surpass. In a moral sense, to overpass any rule prescribed as the limit of duty to break or violate a law, or moral
Password - ) A word to be given before a person is allowed to Pass; a watchword; a countersign
Abra - ) A narrow Pass or defile; a break in a mesa; the mouth of a ca?on
Transcolate - ) To cause to Pass through a sieve or colander; to strain, as through a sieve
Overhip - ) To Pass over by, or as by a hop; to skip over; hence, to overpass
Volatilize - ) To render volatile; to cause to exhale or evaporate; to cause to Pass off in vapor
Jackaroo - ) To be a jackaroo; to Pass one's time as a jackaroo
Oversee - To Pass unheeded to omit to neglect
Anah'Arath - (gorge or Pass ), a place within the border of Issachar, named with Shihon and Rabbith
Akrabbim - MAALEH-AKRABBIM; "the scorpion Pass", between the S. Perhaps now the Pass Es-Sufah, the last step from the desert to the level of Palestine
Capling - ) The cap or coupling of a flail, through which the thongs Pass which connect the handle and swingel
Elapse - ) To slip or glide away; to Pass away silently, as time; - used chiefly in reference to time
Terret - ) One of the rings on the top of the saddle of a harness, through which the reins Pass
Aestivate - ) To Pass the summer in a state of torpor
Unpunished - Not punished suffered to Pass without punishment or with impunity as a thief unpunished an unpunished crime
Pass On, Pass Away - Châlaph (חָלַף, Strong's #2498), “to Pass on, Pass away, change, overstep, transgress. 10:3), and it has the meaning of “to Pass on, through. The word has the meaning of “to Pass away or to vanish,” with reference to days (Job 9:26), the rain (Song of Devolve - ) To Pass by transmission or succession; to be handed over or down; - generally with on or upon, sometimes with to or into; as, after the general fell, the command devolved upon (or on) the next officer in rank. ) To roll onward or downward; to Pass on
Rimmon-Perez - (rihm muhn-pee' rehz) Place name meaning, “pomegranate of the Pass
Dialyze - ) To separate, prepare, or obtain, by dialysis or osmose; to Pass through an animal membrane; to subject to dialysis
Evanescent - ) Liable to vanish or Pass away like vapor; vanishing; fleeting; as, evanescent joys
Marque - ) A license to Pass the limits of a jurisdiction, or boundary of a country, for the purpose of making reprisals
Overget - ) To reach; to overtake; to Pass
Loving Cup - A large ornamental drinking vessel having two or more handles, intended to Pass from hand to hand, as at a banquet
Hookah - ) A pipe with a long, flexible stem, so arranged that the smoke is cooled by being made to Pass through water
Flower of Age - 1 Corinthians 7:36 should read "if he Pass the flower of his age
Outflank - ) To go beyond, or be superior to, on the flank; to Pass around or turn the flank or flanks of
Decease - ) To depart from this life; to die; to Pass away
Junction Box - A box through which the main conductors of a system of electric distribution Pass, and where connection is made with branch circuits
Circulate - ) To cause to Pass from place to place, or from person to person; to spread; as, to circulate a report; to circulate bills of credit. ) To Pass from place to place, from person to person, or from hand to hand; to be diffused; as, money circulates; a story circulates
Filter - ) To Pass through a filter; to percolate. ) Any porous substance, as cloth, paper, sand, or charcoal, through which water or other liquid may Passed to cleanse it from the solid or impure matter held in suspension; a chamber or device containing such substance; a strainer; also, a similar device for purifying air. ) To purify or defecate, as water or other liquid, by causing it to Pass through a filter
Transpire - ) To happen or come to Pass; to occur. ) To Pass off in the form of vapor or insensible perspiration; to exhale
Voyage - ) To take a voyage; especially, to sail or Pass by water. ) To travel; to Pass over; to traverse. ) Formerly, a Passage either by sea or land; a journey, in general; but not chiefly limited to a Passing by sea or water from one place, port, or country, to another; especially, a Passing or journey by water to a distant place or country
Fyke - ) A long bag net distended by hoops, into which fish can Pass easily, without being able to return; - called also fyke net
Transude - ) To Pass, as perspirable matter does, through the pores or interstices of textures; as, liquor may transude through leather or wood
Overslip - ) To slip or slide over; to Pass easily or carelessly beyond; to omit; to neglect; as, to overslip time or opportunity
Leachy - ) Permitting liquids to Pass by percolation; not capable of retaining water; porous; pervious; - said of gravelly or sandy soils, and the like
Past - A — 1: γίνομαι (Strong's #1096 — Verb — ginomai — ghin'-om-ahee ) "to become, come to Pass," is translated "was past" in Luke 9:36 , AV, and RV marg. 1, used of time, denotes "to intervene, elapse, Pass," Mark 16:1 , "was past;" Acts 25:13 , RV, "were Passed;" Acts 27:9 , "was spent. 1), is used in Romans 3:25 , AV, "that are past" (RV, "done aforetime"), of sins committed in times previous to the atoning sacrifice of Christ (see PassING OVER). ...
Note: For the past tense of the verb "to Pass," see Pass , e
Deceit - Consists in Passing any thing upon a person for what it is not, as when falsehood is made to Pass for truth
Pastime - ) That which amuses, and serves to make time Pass agreeably; sport; amusement; diversion
Passage - Any mountain Pass, or ford over a river
Unabsorbable - ), not capable of absorption; unable to Pass by osmosis into the circulating blood; as, the unabsorbable portion of food
Exceed - excedo ex and cedo, to Pass. To Pass or go beyond to proceed beyond any given or supposed limit, measure or quantity, or beyond any thing else used equally in a physical or moral sense. To surpass to excel. 50Kings 10 ...
EXCEE'D, To go too far to Pass the proper bounds to go over any given limit, number or measure
Haut - ) A Pass through a mountain
Hibernate - ) To winter; to Pass the season of winter in close quarters, in a torpid or lethargic state, as certain mammals, reptiles, and insects
Vaporize - ) To Pass off in vapor
Omphalode - ) The central part of the hilum of a seed, through which the nutrient vessels Pass into the rhaphe or the chalaza; - called also omphalodium
Haut - ) A Pass through a mountain
Maaleh-Acrabbim - (may' uh leh a crab' bihm) KJV transliteration of a phrase meaning ascent...
(NAS, NRSV, REB) or Pass (NIV) of Akrabbim (Joshua 15:3 )
Criticise - ) To examine and judge as a critic; to Pass literary or artistic judgment upon; as, to criticise an author; to criticise a picture. ) To act as a critic; to Pass literary or artistic judgment; to play the critic; - formerly used with on or upon
Passport - ) Permission to Pass; a document given by the competent officer of a state, permitting the person therein named to Pass or travel from place to place, without molestation, by land or by water
Wither - ) To lose vigor or power; to languish; to Pass away. ) To cause to languish, perish, or Pass away; to blight; as, a reputation withered by calumny
While - ) To cause to Pass away pleasantly or without irksomeness or disgust; to spend or Pass; - usually followed by away
Betide - ) To come to Pass; to happen; to occur
Hoham - One of the five kings pursued down the Pass of Beth-horon, and taken in the cave of Makkedah and slain
Catch-Basin - ) A cistern or vault at the point where a street gutter discharges into a sewer, to catch bulky matters which would not Pass readily through the sewer
Assign - ) To transfer or Pass over property to another, whether for the benefit of the assignee or of the assignor's creditors, or in furtherance of some trust
Assign - ) To transfer or Pass over property to another, whether for the benefit of the assignee or of the assignor's creditors, or in furtherance of some trust
Overpass - To overlook to Pass without regard
Descend - To move or Pass from a higher to a lower place to move, come or go downwards to fall to sink to run or flow down applicable to any kind of motion or of body. To proceed, as from father to son to Pass from a preceding possessor, in the order of lineage, or according to the laws of succession or inheritance. To Pass from general to particular considerations as, having explained the general subject, we will descend to particulars. In music, to fall in sound to Pass from any note to another less acute or shrill, or from sharp to flat. DESCEND, To walk, move or Pass downwards on a declivity as, to descend a hill to descend an inclined plain
Zephath - It has been identified with the Pass of es-Sufah, but with greater probability with S'beita
Sensori-Volitional - ) Concerned both in sensation and volition; - applied to those nerve fibers which Pass to and from the cerebro-spinal axis, and are respectively concerned in sensation and volition
Perish - ) To be destroyed; to Pass away; to become nothing; to be lost; to die; hence, to wither; to waste away
World: Its Instability - Queen Elizabeth once said to a courtier, 'They Pass best over the world who trip over it quickly; for it is but a bog: if we stop, we sink
Maaleh Acrabbim - Joshua 15:3; ("the ascent of scorpions"; "Scorpion Pass"
Signet - ) A seal; especially, in England, the seal used by the sovereign in sealing private letters and grants that Pass by bill under the sign manual; - called also privy signet
Vanish - ) To Pass from a visible to an invisible state; to go out of sight; to disappear; to fade; as, vapor vanishes from the sight by being dissipated; a ship vanishes from the sight of spectators on land. ) To be annihilated or lost; to Pass away
Revolve - ) To Pass in cycles; as, the centuries revolve. ) To return; to Pass
Ziz - Projecting; a flower, a cleft or Pass, probably that near En-gedi, which leads up from the Dead Sea (2 Chronicles 20:16 ) in the direction of Tekoa; now Tell Hasasah
Akrabbim - ]'>[1] , ‘Scorpion Pass’)
Passage - It also denotes a river ford or mountain gorge or Pass
Adami-Nekeb - ‘The Pass Adami’ ( Joshua 19:33 ), on the border of Naphtali
Cribble - ) To cause to Pass through a sieve or riddle; to sift
Adami - Place name meaning, “red earth” or “red earth Pass
Bestead - They shall Pass through it, hardly bestead
Occasion - ) An occurrence or condition of affairs which brings with it some unlooked-for event; that which incidentally brings to Pass an event, without being its efficient cause or sufficient reason; accidental or incidental cause. ) A falling out, happening, or coming to Pass; hence, that which falls out or happens; occurrence; incident
Beth-Horon - These lay on two ridges, with valleys on each side; Beth-horon the Nether being separated from the Upper by a small valley, and a rocky and rough Pass up the ridge on which Upper Beth-horon stood. Down this Pass Joshua drove the Amorites, and here Paul Passed by night on his way to Antipatris, Joshua 10:1-11 Acts 23:31,32
Aeolipyle - ) An apparatus consisting chiefly of a closed vessel (as a globe or cylinder) with one or more projecting bent tubes, through which steam is made to Pass from the vessel, causing it to revolve
Beth-Zacharias - A village on the mountain Pass, south of Jerusalem and west of Bethlehem, now the ruin Beit Sakaria
Asify - ) To become gas; to Pass from a liquid to a gaseous state
Zoogloea - The zoogloea is characteristic of a transitory stage through which rapidly multiplying bacteria Pass in the course of their evolution
Overshoot - ) To Pass swiftly over; to fly beyond
Pasdammin - (pass dam' mihn) Place name meaning, “boundary of blood
Omit - ) To Pass by; to forbear or fail to perform or to make use of; to leave undone; to neglect
Heres - ” A mountain Pass over which Gideon traveled in returning from his battle with the Midianites (Judges 8:13 ). ” Location of Gideon's Pass is not known, though some scholars now locate it as the Ascent of Horus which leads to tell Deir Alla east of the Jordan
Agabus - A prophet who came from Jerusalem to Antioch, and foretold a famine "throughout all the world: which came to Pass in the days of Claudius Caesar. He also foretold that Paul would be bound at Jerusalem and delivered to the Gentiles; which also came to Pass. In the former Passage it is said that Agabus "signified by the Spirit" that there should be great dearth; and in the latter he said, "Thus saith the Holy Ghost," plainly showing that the prophetic spirit in man was under the immediate guidance of the Holy Spirit, who now dwells in the Christian, to explain to him what was given to the prophets
Needle's Eye - This occurs in the gospels in the saying that it is easier for a camel to Pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of heaven. Efforts have been made to refer 'the eye of a needle' to a wicket gate, through which a camel can Pass, but only with great difficulty; but the Lord speaks of it as something 'impossible' except to God
Correspondence - ) The letters which Pass between correspondents
Abronah - (a broh' nuh) Place name meaning, “pass or Passage
Safeguard - ) A Pass; a Passport; a safe-conduct
Lunge - ) A sudden thrust or Pass, as with a sword
Ziz, the Cliff of - The Pass near Engedi, by which the Moabites and Ammonites ascended from the shore of the Dead Sea, having followed the southern and western coast to this point, 2 Chronicles 20:16
Travel - 1: διέρχομαι (Strong's #1330 — Verb — dierchomai — dee-er'-khom-ahee ) "to go or Pass through," is translated "travelled" in Acts 11:19
Hethlon - The "way of Hethlon" (Ezekiel 47:15 ; 48:1 ) is probably the Pass at the end of Lebanon from the Mediterranean to the great plain of Hamath (q
Balker - , and to give notice to the men in boats which way they Pass; a conder; a huer
Ziz - Cliff or Pass in Judah by which the hordes of Moabites, etc
Ferry - ...
FER'RY, To Pass over water in a boat. A boat or small vessel in which Passengers and goods are conveyed over rivers or other narrow waters sometimes called a wherry. The place or Passage where boats Pass over water to convey Passengers. The right of transporting Passengers over a lake or stream
Adummim - (Joshua 15:7; Joshua 18:17); ("the red Pass" or "pass of the red men"). The road still Passes the same way, leading up from Jericho (four miles off) and the Jordan valley to Jerusalem, eight miles distant, S
Evaporate - ) To Pass off in vapor, as a fluid; to escape and be dissipated, either in visible vapor, or in practice too minute to be visible. ) To escape or Pass off without effect; to be dissipated; to be wasted, as, the spirit of writer often evaporates in the process of translation
Trance - ) A state in which the soul seems to have Passed out of the body into another state of being, or to be rapt into visions; an ecstasy. ) To Pass over or across; to traverse. ) To Pass; to travel
Chaff - "(Before) the day Pass as the chaff" in Zephaniah 2:2 means, Before the day of repentance Pass, and with it you, ungodly, Pass away as the chaff
Lapse - ) To let slip; to permit to devolve on another; to allow to Pass. ) A gliding, slipping, or gradual falling; an unobserved or imperceptible progress or Passing away,; - restricted usually to immaterial things, or to figurative uses. ) To Pass slowly and smoothly downward, backward, or away; to slip downward, backward, or away; to glide; - mostly restricted to figurative uses. ) To fall or Pass from one proprietor to another, or from the original destination, by the omission, negligence, or failure of some one, as a patron, a legatee, etc
Judge - ) To hear and determine, as in causes on trial; to decide as a judge; to give judgment; to Pass sentence. ) To assume the right to Pass judgment on another; to sit in judgment or commendation; to criticise or Pass adverse judgment upon others. ) To examine and Pass sentence on; to try; to doom
Hethlon - "The way of Hethlon" is the Pass at the N
Allonge - ) A thrust or Pass; a lunge
Anise - Plant mentioned by Our Lord (Matthew 23:23) as subjected to tithe by the Pharisees; a mis-translation for dill, which was made originally in the Wycllif version and let Pass since, as of no consequence, dill and anise being of the same parsley family
Congelation - ) The act or process of Passing, or causing to Pass, from a fluid to a solid state, as by the abstraction of heat; the act or process of freezing
Esh'Taol - (a Pass ), a town in the low country --the Shefelah --of Judah, after wards allotted to Dan
Arage - ) A side way or space in a canal to enable vessels to Pass each other; a siding
Passe Partout - ) That by which one can Pass anywhere; a safe-conduct
Efflux - ) To run out; to flow forth; to Pass away
Paraleipsis - ) A pretended or apparent omission; a figure by which a speaker artfully pretends to Pass by what he really mentions; as, for example, if an orator should say, "I do not speak of my adversary's scandalous venality and rapacity, his brutal conduct, his treachery and malice
Hibernaculum - ) A little case in which certain insects Pass the winter
Jot And Tittle - In Matthew 5:18 Jesus says, ‘Till heaven and earth Pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise Pass from the law, till all be fulfilled’ (|| Luke 16:17 )
Transit - ) An instrument resembling a theodolite, used by surveyors and engineers; - called also transit compass, and surveyor's transit. ) The act of Passing; Passage through or over. ) The act or process of causing to Pass; conveyance; as, the transit of goods through a country. ) A line or route of Passage or conveyance; as, the Nicaragua transit. ) The Passage of a heavenly body over the meridian of a place, or through the field of a telescope. ) The Passage of a smaller body across the disk of a larger, as of Venus across the sun's disk, or of a satellite or its shadow across the disk of its primary. ) To Pass over the disk of (a heavenly body)
Metamorphosis - In these intermediate stages sexual reproduction is usually impossible, but they ultimately Pass into final and sexually developed forms, from the union of which organisms are produced which Pass through the same cycle of changes
Wink - Pass over, is used of God in Acts 17:30 ‘The times of this ignorance God winked at,’ and Wis 11:23 ‘Thou … winkest at the sins of men
Mosera - It has been identified with el-Tayibeh, a small fountain at the bottom of the Pass leading to the ascent of Mount Hor
Cease - ) To be wanting; to fail; to Pass away
Dos-a-Dos - ) Back to back; as, to sit dos-a-dos in a dogcart; to dance dos-a-dos, or so that two dancers move forward and Pass back to back
Ford - ) A place in a river, or other water, where it may be Passed by man or beast on foot, by wading. ) To Pass or cross, as a river or other water, by wading; to wade through
Heth'Lon - ( Ezekiel 47:15 ; 48:1 ) In all probability the "way of Hethlon" is the Pass at the northern end of Lebanon, and is thus identical with "the entrance of Hamath" in (Numbers 34:8 ) etc
Lide - ) To move gently and smoothly; to Pass along without noise, violence, or apparent effort; to Pass rapidly and easily, or with a smooth, silent motion, as a river in its channel, a bird in the air, a skater over ice. ) To Pass with a glide, as the voice. ) A transitional sound in speech which is produced by the changing of the mouth organs from one definite position to another, and with gradual change in the most frequent cases; as in Passing from the begining to the end of a regular diphthong, or from vowel to consonant or consonant to vowel in a syllable, or from one component to the other of a double or diphthongal consonant (see Guide to Pronunciation, // 19, 161, 162)
Save-All - ) A small sail sometimes set under the foot of another sail, to catch the wind that would Pass under it
Casual - ) Happening or coming to Pass without design, and without being foreseen or expected; accidental; fortuitous; coming by chance
Baca, Valley of - , "or balsam trees"), probably a valley in some part of Palestine, or generally some one of the valleys through which pilgrims had to Pass on their way to the sanctuary of Jehovah on Zion; or it may be figuratively "a valley of weeping
Backstop - at least 90 feet behind the home base, to stop the balls that Pass the catcher; also, the catcher himself
Deem - ) To Pass judgment
Cote - ) To go side by side with; hence, to Pass by; to outrun and get before; as, a dog cotes a hare
Foist - ) To insert surreptitiously, wrongfully, or without warrant; to interpolate; to Pass off (something spurious or counterfeit) as genuine, true, or worthy; - usually followed by in
Mote - ' The Lord Jesus was exposing the hypocrisy of those who see and magnify small faults in others, and Pass over greater ones in themselves, Matthew 7:3-5 ; Luke 6:41,42
Nappe - ) Sheet; surface; all that portion of a surface that is continuous in such a way that it is possible to Pass from any one point of the portion to any other point of the portion without leaving the surface
Beth-Boron - The name of two places, the "Upper" and "Nether" Beth-horon, Joshua 16:3; Joshua 16:5, about three miles apart, on the opposite sides of a ravine or steep Pass—the Thermopylæ of Palestine—on the road from Jerusalem to the sea-coast
Proceed - ) To move, Pass, or go forward or onward; to advance; to continue or renew motion begun; as, to proceed on a journey. ) To Pass from one point, topic, or stage, to another; as, to proceed with a story or argument
Convey - ) To transfer or deliver to another; to make over, as property; more strictly (Law), to transfer (real estate) or Pass (a title to real estate) by a sealed writing. ) To cause to Pass from one place or person to another; to serve as a medium in carrying (anything) from one place or person to another; to transmit; as, air conveys sound; words convey ideas
Zephath - Now the Pass es Sufa from the Arabah border up to the high level of the S. Then the fort el Meshrifeh would command the only Pass to Sebaita
Skim - ) To clear (a liquid) from scum or substance floating or lying thereon, by means of a utensil that Passes just beneath the surface; as, to skim milk; to skim broth. ) To Pass near the surface of; to brush the surface of; to glide swiftly along the surface of. ) To Pass lightly; to glide along in an even, smooth course; to glide along near the surface
Kedemoth - A wilderness or uncultivated pasture adjoining was named from it; where Israel encamped when Moses asked leave of Sihon to Pass through the Amorite country (Deuteronomy 2:26, etc
Passable - ) Capable of being Passed, traveled, navigated, traversed, penetrated, or the like; as, the roads are not Passable; the stream is Passablein boats. ) Such as may be allowed to Pass without serious objection; tolerable; admissable; moderate; mediocre
Evolve - ) To become open, disclosed, or developed; to Pass through a process of evolution
Doze - ) To Pass or spend in drowsiness; as, to doze away one's time
Wend - ) To go; to Pass; to betake one's self
Transgress - ) To Pass over or beyond; to surpass. ) Hence, to overpass, as any prescribed as the /imit of duty; to break or violate, as a law, civil or moral
Thrid - ) To Pass through in the manner of a thread or a needle; to make or find a course through; to thread
Overcome - ) To come or Pass over; to spreads over
Modulate - ) To Pass from one key into another
Wile - ) To draw or turn away, as by diversion; to while or while away; to cause to Pass pleasantly
Chitty - ) A short letter or note; a written message or memorandum; a certificate given to a servant; a Pass, or the like
Scriptures: And Mens Books - There is gold in the rocks which fringe the Pass of the Splugen, gold even in the stones which mend the roads, but there is too little of it to be worth extracting
Refine (And Forms) - It is a type of the bitter experiences through which the Lord permits His people to Pass in order to make them better Christians
Disappear - ) To cease to appear or to be perceived; to Pass from view, gradually or suddenly; to vanish; to be no longer seen; as, darkness disappears at the approach of light; a ship disappears as she sails from port
Astraea - ) A primeval larval form; a double-walled sac from which, according to the hypothesis of Haeckel, man and all other animals, that in the first stages of their individual evolution Pass through a two-layered structural stage, or gastrula form, must have descended
Securely - Without danger safely as, to Pass a river on ice securely
Hereditary - ) Descended, or capable of descending, from an ancestor to an heir at law; received or Passing by inheritance, or that must Pass by inheritance; as, an hereditary estate or crown
Beguile - ) To cause the time of to Pass without notice; to relieve the tedium or weariness of; to while away; to divert
Critique - ) To criticise or Pass judgment upon
Possible - ) Capable of existing or occurring, or of being conceived or thought of; able to happen; capable of being done; not contrary to the nature of things; - sometimes used to express extreme improbability; barely able to be, or to come to Pass; as, possibly he is honest, as it is possible that Judas meant no wrong
Passing - ) Exceedingly; excessively; surpassingly; as, Passing fair; Passing strange. ) The act of one who, or that which, Passes; the act of going by or away. ) Relating to the act of Passing or going; going by, beyond, through, or away; departing. ) Exceeding; surpassing, eminent. ) of Pass...
Electro-Negative - ) A body which Passes to the positive pole in electrolysis. ) Having the property of being attracted by an electro-positive body, or a tendency to Pass to the positive pole in electrolysis, by the law that opposite electricities attract each other
Panorama - ) A picture representing scenes too extended to be beheld at once, and so exhibited a part at a time, by being unrolled, and made to Pass continuously before the spectator
Saphir - City mentioned in Micah 1:11 , the inhabitants of which are thus addressed, "Pass ye away
Emissary - ) Applied to the veins which Pass out of the cranium through apertures in its walls
Befall - ...
BEFALL', To happen to come to Pass
Safe-Conduct - ) a writing, Pass, or warrant of security, given to a person to enable him to travel with safety. ) That which gives a safe Passage...
Abridgment - ) That which abridges or cuts short; hence, an entertainment that makes the time Pass quickly
Override - ) To ride beyond; to Pass; to outride
Transcend - ) To Pass over; to go beyond; to exceed. ) To surpass; to outgo; to excel; to exceed
Adum'Mim - (the going up to ), a rising ground or Pass over against Gilgal," and "on the south side of the 'torrent'" ( Joshua 15:7 ; 18:17 ) which is the position still occupied by the road leading up from Jericho and the Jordan valley to Jerusalem, on the south face of the gorge of the Wady Kelt
Lounge - ) To spend time lazily, whether lolling or idly sauntering; to Pass time indolently; to stand, sit, or recline, in an indolent manner
Passover - Pass and over. A feast of the Jews, instituted to commemorate the providential escape of the Hebrews, in Egypt, when God smiting the first-born of the Egyptians, Passed over the houses of the Israelites, which were marked with the blood of the paschal lamb. The sacrifice offered at the feast of the Passover
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‛Âbar (עָבַר, Strong's #5674), “to Pass away, Pass over. Another specific use of this general meaning is to Pass through something; Pass by” him but to stop and refresh themselves ( Pass over” the flood waters and to carry them away. ...
The word can also mean “to Pass away,” to cease to be, as in
); “to sovereignly transfer” a kingdom or cause it to Pass over to another’s leadership (); and “ravine” or “passage” ( Overrun - ) To exceed in distance or speed of running; to go beyond or Pass in running. ) To run, Pass, spread, or flow over or by something; to be beyond, or in excess
Thread - ) To Pass a thread through the eye of; as, to thread a needle. ) To Pass or pierce through as a narrow way; also, to effect or make, as one's way, through or between obstacles; to thrid
Befall - , "to walk, or go together" (sun, "with," baino, "to go"), is used of things which happen at the same time; hence, "to come to Pass, befall," Acts 20:19 . ...
3: συναντάω (Strong's #4876 — Verb — sunantao — soon-an-tah'-o ) "to meet with" (sun, "with," antao, "to meet"), is used much in the same way as sumbaino, of events which come to Pass; "befall," Acts 20:22
Travel - ) To Pass by riding, or in any manner, to a distant place, or to many places; to journey; as, a man travels for his health; he is traveling in California. ) To Pass; to go; to move
Fleet - ) To Pass over rapidly; to skin the surface of; as, a ship that fleets the gulf. ) To fly swiftly; to Pass over quickly; to hasten; to flit as a light substance. ) To hasten over; to cause to Pass away lighty, or in mirth and joy
Moloch - His worship consisted of offering human sacrifices, especially children, causing them to "pass through the fire" after they had been put to death (4Kings 16,17)
Foin - ) A Pass in fencing; a lunge
Disapprove - ) To Pass unfavorable judgment upon; to condemn by an act of the judgment; to regard as wrong, unsuitable, or inexpedient; to censure; as, to disapprove the conduct of others
Beguile - To elude any thing disagreeable by amusement, or other means to Pass pleasingly to amuse as, to beguile the tedious day with sleep
Gallant - Neither shall gallant ships Pass thereby
Poncho - ) A kind of cloak worn by the Spanish Americans, having the form of a blanket, with a slit in the middle for the head to Pass through
Migrate - ) To Pass periodically from one region or climate to another for feeding or breeding; - said of certain birds, fishes, and quadrupeds
Moloch - " Moses in several places forbids the Israelites, under the penalty of death, to dedicate their children to Moloch, by making them Pass through the fire in honour of that god, Leviticus 18:21 ; Leviticus 20:2-5 . Solomon built a temple to Moloch upon the Mount of Olives, 1 Kings 11:7 ; and Manasseh a long time after imitated his impiety, making his son Pass through the fire in honour of Moloch, 2 Kings 21:3-6 . Some believe that they made them Pass through two fires opposite to each other, for the same purpose. But the word העביר , "to cause to Pass through," and the, phrase "to cause to Pass through the fire," are used in respect to human sacrifices in Deuteronomy 12:31 ; Deuteronomy 18:10 ; 2 Kings 16:3 ; 2 Kings 21:6 ; 2 Chronicles 28:3 ; 2 Chronicles 33:6 . These words are not to be considered as meaning in these instances literally to Pass through, and that alone
Go - In a general sense, to move to Pass to proceed from one place, state or station to another opposed to resting. To proceed to Pass. To move to Pass in any manner or to any end as, to go to bed to go to dinner to go to war. To move or Pass customarily from place to place, denoting custom or practice. To Pass to be accounted in value. To circulate to Pass in report. To Pass to be received to be accounted or understood to be. To Pass to be alienated in payment or exchange. ...
To go by, to Pass near and beyond. To Pass away unnoticed to omit. To think over to proceed or Pass in mental operation. To change sides to Pass from one party to another. To Pass from one side to the other, as of a river. To go through, to Pass in a substance as, to go through water. ...
To go with, to accompany to Pass with others
Ziph - ...
A city in the south of Judah (Joshua 15:24 ), probably at the Pass of Sufah
Bithron - Abner crossed the Jordan and marched through “Bithron,” either a ravine or mountain Pass (KJV, NIV, TEV) or the forenoon (RSV, NAS)
Easily - ) Without pain, anxiety, or disturbance; as, to Pass life well and easily
Paw - ) To Pass the paw over; to stroke or handle with the paws; hence, to handle fondly or rudely
Compliment - ) To Pass compliments; to use conventional expressions of respect
Exhale - ) To rise or be given off, as vapor; to Pass off, or vanish
Adummim - ” A rocky Pass on the road descending from Jerusalem to Jericho located at modern Talcat ed-damm
Winter - ) To Pass the winter; to hibernate; as, to winter in Florida
Jot - yod, the smallest Hebrew letter, is mentioned by the Lord in Matthew 5:18 (together with keraia, "a little horn, a tittle, the point or extremity" which distinguishes certain Hebrew letters from others) to express the fact that not a single item of the Law will Pass away or remain unfulfilled
Trance - transitus, a Passing over transeo, to Pass over trans and eo. An ecstasy a state in which the soul seems to have Passed out of the body into celestial regions, or to be rapt into visions
Hell - 150, describesHell as "a place where those are to be punished who have livedwickedly, and who do not believe that those things which God hathtaught us by Christ will come to Pass
Slide - ) A sound which, by a gradual change in the position of the vocal organs, Passes imperceptibly into another sound. ) Smooth, even Passage or progress. ) To Pass or put imperceptibly; to slip; as, to slide in a word to vary the sense of a question. ) To Pass out of one's thought as not being of any consequence. ) To Pass from one note to another with no perceptible cassation of sound. ) To Pass along smoothly or unobservedly; to move gently onward without friction or hindrance; as, a ship or boat slides through the water. ) To Pass inadvertently
Skip - ) A Passage from one sound to another by more than a degree at once. ) The act of Passing over an interval from one thing to another; an omission of a part. ) To Pass over or by without notice; to omit; to miss; as, to skip a line in reading; to skip a lesson. : To leave matters unnoticed, as in reading, speaking, or writing; to Pass by, or overlook, portions of a thing; - often followed by over
Akrabbim - Scorpions, probably the general name given to the ridge containing the Pass between the south of the Dead Sea and Zin, es-Sufah, by which there is an ascent to the level of the land of Palestine
Preterition - ) The act of Passing, or going past; the state of being past. ) A figure by which, in pretending to Pass over anything, a summary mention of it is made; as, "I will not say, he is valiant, he is learned, he is just
Refract - ) To break the natural course of, as rays of light orr heat, when Passing from one transparent medium to another of different density; to cause to deviate from a direct course by an action distinct from reflection; as, a dense medium refrcts the rays of light as they Pass into it from a rare medium
Watchword - ) A word given to sentinels, and to such as have occasion to visit the guards, used as a signal by which a friend is known from an enemy, or a person who has a right to Pass the watch from one who has not; a countersign; a Password
Transfuse - ) To cause to Pass from to another; to cause to be instilled or imbibed; as, to transfuse a spirit of patriotism into a man; to transfuse a love of letters
Needle - Used only in the proverb, "to Pass through a needle's eye" (Matthew 19:24 ; Mark 10:25 ; Luke 18:25 )
Ap - ) An opening in anything made by breaking or parting; as, a gap in a fence; an opening for a Passage or entrance; an opening which implies a breach or defect; a vacant space or time; a hiatus; a mountain Pass
Grattan, Henry - He presented Catholic petitions, 1808,1810, and in 1813, with Castlereagh and Canning, succeeded in having the bill Pass through a second reading
Henry Grattan - He presented Catholic petitions, 1808,1810, and in 1813, with Castlereagh and Canning, succeeded in having the bill Pass through a second reading
Separatists - All members were required to Pass through a probation, and community of goods was practised
God: Love of - All things that are on earth shall wholly Pass away, Except the love of God, which shall live and last for aye. The forms of men shall be as they had never been; The blasted groves shall lose their fresh and tender green; The birds of the thicket shall end their pleasant song, And the nightingale shall cease to chant the evening long; The kine of the pasture shall feel the dart that kills, And all the fair white flocks shall perish from the hills; The goat and antlered stag, the wolf and the fox, The wild boar of the wood, and the chamois of the rocks, And the strong and fearless bear, in the trodden dust shall lie; And the dolphin of the sça, and the mighty whale shall die, And realms shall be dissolved, and empires be no more; And they shall bow to death, who ruled from shore to shore; ...
And the great globe itself (so the holy writings tell), With the rolling firmament, where the starry armies dwell, Shall melt with fervent heat: they shall all Pass away, Except the love of God, which shall live and last for aye
Fare - ) To go; to Pass; to journey; to travel. ) To be in any state, or Pass through any experience, good or bad; to be attended with any circummstances or train of events, fortunate or unfortunate; as, he fared well, or ill. ) The price of Passage or going; the sum paid or due for conveying a person by land or water; as, the fare for crossing a river; the fare in a coach or by railway. ) The person or persons conveyed in a vehicle; as, a full fare of Passengers. ) A journey; a Passage
Travel - To Pass to go to move. To move, walk or Pass, as a beast, a horse, ox or camel
Contingency - ) The quality or state of being contingent or casual; the possibility of coming to Pass
Countersign - ) A private signal, word, or phrase, which must be given in order to Pass a sentry; a watchword
Exceed - ) To go beyond; to proceed beyond the given or supposed limit or measure of; to outgo; to surpass; - used both in a good and a bad sense; as, one man exceeds another in bulk, stature, weight, power, skill, etc. ) To go too far; to Pass the proper bounds or measure
Diffuse - ) To Pass by spreading every way, to diffuse itself
Effusion - It may Pass into the substance of an organ, or issue upon a free surface
Easily - Without pain, anxiety or disturbance in tranquillity as, to Pass life well and easily
Wiredraw - ) To Pass, or to draw off, (as steam) through narrow ports, or the like, thus reducing its pressure or force by friction
Glorify - It also expresses that change which shall Pass upon believers at the general resurrection, and their admission into heaven
Zephath - The name is supposed to be traceable in Sufah, a long and rough Pass leading from the south up into the mountains of Judah
Fly - To Pass or move in air, by the force of wind or other impulse as, clouds and vapors fly before the wind. To move or Pass with velocity or celerity, either on land or water. To Pass away to depart with the idea of haste, swiftness or escape. To Pass rapidly, as time. To Pass swiftly, as rumor or report. To fly out, to rush out also, to burst into a Passion
Biblical Accommodation - The words, "O all ye that Pass by the way, attend, and see if there be any sorrow like unto my sorrow" (Lamentations 1), are spoken of Jerusalem personified, but may be accommodated by extension to any soul in extreme grief
Lodge - To Pass the night (Hebrew luwn ). and be removed as a cottage," refer to a temporary hut, or in the latter Passage a hammock suspended from trees, to secure from wild beasts the watcher of gardens or lands in the night
Appurtenance - ) That which belongs to something else; an adjunct; an appendage; an accessory; something annexed to another thing more worthy; in common parlance and legal acceptation, something belonging to another thing as principal, and which Passes as incident to it, as a right of way, or other easement to land; a right of common to pasture, an outhouse, barn, garden, or orchard, to a house or messuage. In a strict legal sense, land can never Pass as an appurtenance to land
Pierce - ) To penetrate; to enter; to force a way into or through; to Pass into or through; as, to pierce the enemy's line; a shot pierced the ship
Ziz - A Pass through a steep place where the people of Ammon, Moab, and Mount Seir were going to enter Judah to attack King Jehoshaphat
Accommodation, Biblical - The words, "O all ye that Pass by the way, attend, and see if there be any sorrow like unto my sorrow" (Lamentations 1), are spoken of Jerusalem personified, but may be accommodated by extension to any soul in extreme grief
Crane - These birds return in the spring with great regularity from their migrations, and nocks of thousands Pass over Palestine
Dothan - Caravans still Pass this place, as of old, on their way from Damascus to Egypt
Sobieski, John - Forced to give up Kieff to Russia and to see the crown Pass from his family, he died, a broken man
Live - ) To Pass one's time; to Pass life or time in a certain manner, as to habits, conduct, or circumstances; as, to live in ease or affluence; to live happily or usefully. ) To spend, as one's life; to Pass; to maintain; to continue in, constantly or habitually; as, to live an idle or a useful life
Taches - rendering denotes the rings set in eyelets at the edge of a sail for the ropes to Pass through
Doorpost - ...
Deuteronomy 11:20 (c) This is a call for the people of GOD to publicly announce to neighbors, friends and those who Pass by that those in this home are believers, who accept the Word of GOD as their law of life, and express thereby their faith in GOD
Wade - ) To Pass or cross by wading; as, he waded /he rivers and swamps
Undergo - ) To be subjected to; to bear up against; to Pass through; to endure; to suffer; to sustain; as, to undergo toil and fatigue; to undergo pain, grief, or anxiety; to undergothe operation of amputation; food in the stomach undergoes the process of digestion
Adrammelech - They made their children Pass through the fire in honor of this deity, and of another called Anammelech, "image of the king
Partition - No sight could Pass ...
Betwixt the nice partitions of the grass
Unchangeable - (a meaning found in the papyri); the more literal meaning in AV and RV margins, "that doth not Pass from one to another," is not to be preferred
Sapphire - In general the name of sapphire is given to the blue variety, which is either of deep indigo blue, or of various lighter tints, Exodus 24:10 , and sometimes gradually Passes into perfectly white or colorless, which, when cut, may also Pass for a diamond, Exodus 28:18 ; 39:11 ; Revelation 21:19
Eshtaol - Narrow Pass or recess, a town (Joshua 15:33 ) in the low country, the She-phelah of Judah
Zaretan - " Thus the whole space of 30 miles of the river-bed was dry, that the tribes might Pass over (Joshua 3:16,17 ; Compare Psalm 104:3 )
Trophimus - (According to Acts, Paul did not Pass by Miletus on his way to Rome)
Contingent - An event not come to Pass is said to be contingent, which either may or may not be: what is already done, is said to have been contingent, if it might or might not have been
Botfly - A common species is one of the botflies of the horse (Gastrophilus equi), the larvae of which (bots) are taken into the stomach of the animal, where they live several months and Pass through their larval states
Fact - ) An effect produced or achieved; anything done or that comes to Pass; an act; an event; a circumstance
Become - ) To Pass from one state to another; to enter into some state or condition, by a change from another state, or by assuming or receiving new properties or qualities, additional matter, or a new character
Presbyterians English - How this misapplication came to Pass cannot be easily determined; but it has occasioned many wrong notions, and should therefore be rectified
Flit - ) To Pass rapidly, as a light substance, from one place to another; to remove; to migrate
Twill - ) An appearance of diagonal lines or ribs produced in textile fabrics by causing the weft threads to Pass over one and under two, or over one and under three or more, warp threads, instead of over one and under the next in regular succession, as in plain weaving
Electrify - ) To cause electricity to Pass through; to affect by electricity; to give an electric shock to; as, to electrify a limb, or the body
Penetrate - ) To Pass; to make way; to pierce
Caltrap - They are scattered on the ground where an enemy's cavalry are to Pass, to impede their progress by endangering the horses' feet
Drainage - ) The mode in which the waters of a country Pass off by its streams and rivers
Scud - ) To Pass over quickly
Telescope - ) To slide or Pass one within another, after the manner of the sections of a small telescope or spyglass; to come into collision, as railway cars, in such a manner that one runs into another
Ahaz - After the customs of the Heathen, he made his children to Pass through fire; he shut up the temple, and destroyed its vessels
Valley - A similar Pass south of mount Carmel is now known as the "Valley of Death-shade
Cloud, Pillar of - The pillar of cloud by day and of fire by night that God caused to Pass before the camp of the children of Israel when in the wilderness
Lachish - The important town of Lachish was located in the mountain Pass that led from Hebron down to the Mediterranean coast
Hebrew - ...
Others trace the name of a Hebrew root-word signifying "to Pass over," and hence regard it as meaning "the man who Passed over," viz. , that it is from the Hebrew word 'Abhar , "To Pass over," whence 'Ebher , In the sense of a "sojourner" or "passer through" as distinct from a "settler" in the land, and thus applies to the condition of Abraham ( Hebrews 11:13 )
Edomites - And by thy sword shalt thou live, and shalt serve thy brother: and it shall come to Pass when thou shalt have the dominion, that thou shalt break his yoke from off thy neck. The fierce way they replied to Moses when he wanted Israel to Pass through their border, manifested their disposition
Rake - ) To Pass a rake over; to scrape or scratch with a rake for the purpose of collecting and clearing off something, or for stirring up the soil; as, to rake a lawn; to rake a flower bed. ) To scrape or scratch across; to Pass over quickly and lightly, as a rake does. ) To Pass with violence or rapidity; to scrape along
Ferry - ) A vessel in which Passengers and goods are conveyed over narrow waters; a ferryboat; a wherry. ) To Pass over water in a boat or by a ferry. ) A franchise or right to maintain a vessel for carrying Passengers and freight across a river, bay, etc
Gehazi - On this latter occasion he was guilty of duplicity and dishonesty of conduct, causing Elisha to denounce his crime with righteous sternness, and Pass on him the terrible doom that the leprosy of Naaman would cleave to him and his for ever (5:20-27)
Drove - Where droves, as at a city gate, may Pass
Accomplish - To fulfil or bring to Pass as, to accomplish a prophecy
Pardon - salach, 'to Pass over,' forgive; used only of God's forgiveness
Anger - It needs restraint as it can easily become inordinate and lead to a purpose of revenge or Pass into hatred and it is then a vice
Protection - ) A writing that protects or secures from molestation or arrest; a Pass; a safe-conduct; a Passport
Traffic - , with reference to the number of Passengers or the amount of freight carried. ) To Pass goods and commodities from one person to another for an equivalent in goods or money; to buy or sell goods; to barter; to trade
Absorb - So heat, light, and electricity are absorbed or taken up in the substances into which they Pass
Countenance - I cannot Pass over this Scriptural term, because it contains in itself, and conveys to the people, so much in expression of the mind of Jesus
Journey - Passage form one place to another as a long journey from the upper regions. It may sometimes include a Passing by water. To travel form place to place to Pass from home to a distance
Beth-Horon - 945, in the list of his conquests, and the Pass was the scene of a victory of Judas Maccabeus. " The lower was at the foot of the Pass, and the upper, 500 feet higher, at the top, west of Gibeon
Well - There is no reasonable doubt that this is the well pointed out to this day as Bîr Ya’kûb in the eastern opening of the Pass of Nâblus. Few experiences are more trying than to Pass one of these ‘wells’ in the heat, seeing the water in the cool depths but having ‘nothing to draw with
Geba - Then "they are gone over the Passage," i. , the lighter part of the army Pass the ravine which might have been easily guarded against them, and" lodge" malown , "rest for the night," bivouac) at Geba on the S. Asa fortified it, as commanding the Pass (1 Kings 15:22; 2 Chronicles 16:6)
Deliver - To give, or transfer to put into anothers hand or power to commit to Pass from one to another. ...
To deliver over, to transfer to give or Pass from one to another as, to deliver over goods to another
Sail - ) A Passage by a sailing vessel; a journey or excursion upon the water. ) To Pass or move upon, as in a ship, by means of sails; hence, to move or journey upon (the water) by means of steam or other force. ) To be conveyed in a vessel on water; to Pass by water; as, they sailed from London to Canton
Sail - To be conveyed in a vessel on water to Pass by water. To Pass smoothly along. To Pass or move upon in a ship, by means of sails
Passage - Denotes in Joshua 22:11 , as is generally understood, the place where the children of Israel Passed over Jordan. The words "the Passage of" are, however, more correctly rendered "by the side of," or "at the other side of," thus designating the position of the great altar erected by the eastern tribes on their return home. This word also designates the fords of the Jordan to the south of the Sea of Galilee (Judges 12:5,6 ), and a Pass or rocky defile (1 Samuel 13:23 ; 14:4 ). "Passages" in Jeremiah 22:20 is in the Revised Version more correctly "Abarim" (q
Muster - To Pass muster, to be approved or allowed
Shi'Nar - (country of two rivers ), the ancient name of the great alluvial tract through which the Tigris and Euphrates Pass before reaching the sea --the tract known in later times as Chaldaea or Babylonia
Probation - ) The novitiate which a person must Pass in a convent, to probe his or her virtue and ability to bear the severities of the rule
Air - ...
Ephesians 2:2 (a) Here is meant the space between Heaven and earth through which the prayers of GOD's people must Pass, and through which the saints must go on their way home to GOD
Concord - ) An agreement between the parties to a fine of land in reference to the manner in which it should Pass, being an acknowledgment that the land in question belonged to the complainant
Oal - ) A base, station, or bound used in various games; in football, a line between two posts across which the ball must Pass in order to score; also, the act of kicking the ball over the line between the goal posts
Riot - ) To spend or Pass in riot
Hinnom - VALLEY OF, called also Tophet, and by the Greeks Gehenna, a small valley on the south-east of Jerusalem, at the foot of Mount Zion, where the Canaanites, and afterward the Israelites, sacrificed their children to the idol Moloch, by making them "pass through the fire," or burning them
Adrammelech (1) - The Sepharvaites made their children Pass through the fire in honour of this idol, and another, called Anammelech, 2 Kings 17:31
Baca - The psalmist, at a distance from Jerusalem, is speaking of the happiness of those who are permitted to make the usual pilgrimages to that city in order to worship Jehovah in the temple: they love the ways which lead thither; yea, though they must Pass through rough and dreary paths, even a vale of tears, yet such are their hope and joy of heart, that all this is to them as a well-watered country, a land crowned with the blessings of early rain
Pace - ) To Pass away; to die. ) To proceed; to Pass on
pi-Hahiroth - The Hebrew pi answers to the modern Arabic word fum, signifying "mouth;" and is generally applied to the Passes in the mountains. In the English and Septuagint versions, Hahiroth is taken as a proper name; and the whole word would imply the mouth or Pass of Hahiroth or Hiroth, whatever particular origin or signification may belong to that word. The name, however, sufficiently explains the situation of the children of Israel; who were hemmed in at this place, between the sea in front, and a narrow mountain Pass behind; which no doubt encouraged Pharaoh to make his attack upon them in so disadvantageous a position; thinking that they must inevitably fall an easy prey into his hands, or be cut to pieces: when their deliverance, and his own destruction, were unexpectedly wrought by the parting of the waters of the sea. That part of the western or Heroopolitan branch of the Red Sea where, from these coincidences, the Passage most probably took place, is described by Bruce as about three leagues over, with fourteen fathoms of water in the channel, nine at the sides, and good anchorage every where
Adrammelech - They made their children Pass through fire, in honor of this false deity, and of another called Anammelech, 2 Kings 17:31
Oracle - Garment - It is nearly circular in shape with a round hole in the middle for the head to Pass through, and with a small gold cross embroidered in front
Harosheth of the Gentiles - It was situated "at the entrance of the Pass to Esdraelon from the plain of Acre" at the base of Carmel
Zelophehad - But that the possession of Zelophehad might not Pass away in the year of jubilee from the tribe to which he belonged, it was ordained by Moses that his daughters should not marry any one out of their father's tribe; and this afterwards became a general law (Numbers 36 )
Blend - ) To mingle; to mix; to unite intimately; to Pass or shade insensibly into each other, as colors
Anabolagium - It is nearly circular in shape with a round hole in the middle for the head to Pass through, and with a small gold cross embroidered in front
Cartouch - ) A military Pass for a soldier on furlough
Turnpike - ) A frame consisting of two bars crossing each other at right angles and turning on a post or pin, to hinder the Passage of beasts, but admitting a person to Pass between the arms; a turnstile. ) A beam filled with spikes to obstruct Passage; a cheval-de-frise
Decay - ) To Pass gradually from a sound, prosperous, or perfect state, to one of imperfection, adversity, or dissolution; to waste away; to decline; to fail; to become weak, corrupt, or disintegrated; to rot; to perish; as, a tree decays; fortunes decay; hopes decay
Michmas, Michmash - City and mountain Pass in the tribe of Benjamin
Martingal - ) A strap fastened to a horse's girth, Passing between his fore legs, and fastened to the bit, or now more commonly ending in two rings, through which the reins Pass
Crete - "Homer dates all the fictions of Ulysses from Crete, as if he meant to Pass a similar censure on the Cretans
Rase - To Pass along the surface of a thing, with striking or rubbing it at the same time to graze
Riddle - ...
An instrument for cleaning grain, being a large sieve with a perforated button, which permits the grain to Pass through it, but retains the chaff
Nicop'Olis - Paul was intending to Pass the coming winter
Comgall - 10; Reeves, Adamnan , Pass. Pass
Passing Through the Fire - We read concerning Manasseh, (2 Chronicles 33:6) that "he caused his children to Pass through the fire in the valley of the son of Hinnom. This horrid custom, at this dreadful fair, is kept for near three weeks, during which time the wretched creatures which engage to this service Pass through the element when stirred up and quickened to burn more lively; and they who walk with the slowest pace are thought the highest of
Chock - It has two short horn-shaped arms curving inward, between which ropes or hawsers may Pass for towing, mooring, etc
Dead, Book of the - The ritual was based on the belief that the souls had to Pass through a difficult region called Tuat and that prayers and amulets were necessary
Passover - 1: πάσχα (Strong's #3957 — Noun Neuter — pascha — pas'-khah ) the Greek spelling of the Aramaic word for the Passover, from the Hebrew pasach, "to Pass over, to spare," a feast instituted by God in commemoration of the deliverance of Israel from Egypt, and anticipatory of the expiatory sacrifice of Christ. The word signifies (I) "the Passover Feast," e
Must - A bill in a legislative body must have three readings before it can Pass to be enacted
Narcissus - According to the custom of those times, the household of the freedman of Claudius would Pass into the possession of Nero, retaining the name of their deceased owner
Cenchrea - Corinth was joined by walls to Lechaeum; so that the Pass between Corinth and Cenchrea (nine miles apart from one another) was the only one into the Morea from Greece
Derbe - Probably near the Pass ("the Cilician gates") from the plain of Cilicia up to the table land of the interior
Inconsistency: Glossed Over - the idlest jesting and absurdity, and then to Pass off the whole entertainment respectably by singing the doxology, or pronouncing the benediction; the religion being to the foolery, in the proportion of the bread to the sack in Falstaff's reckoning
Critical - ) Qualified to criticise, or Pass judgment upon, literary or artistic productions
Meditate - I meditate to Pass the remainder of life in a state of undisturbed repose
Mercy: Seen in Our Lives - What a rugged, precipitous, ungainly Pass is that Col D'Obbia! It was shrewd common sense, and true humanity which suggested the erection of that poor little hospice at the summit
Adjure - ...
The Commissioners adjured them not to let Pass so favorable an opportunity of securing their liberties
Dribble - ) To live or Pass one's time in a trivial fashion
Coffer - It is raised by the besieged to repulse besiegers when they endeavor to Pass the ditch
Dart - To throw suddenly or rapidly to send to emit to shoot applied to small objects, which Pass with velocity as, the sun darts his beams on the earth
Flit - To remove to migrate to Pass rapidly, as a light substance, from one place to another
Hew - I now Pass my days,not studious nor idle, rather polishing old works than hewing out new ones
Heal - ) To remove or subdue; to cause to Pass away; to cure; - said of a disease or a wound
Waft - ) To be moved, or to Pass, on a buoyant medium; to float
Ar - Israel could only Pass through Ar (Deuteronomy 2:18 ), evidently the region controlled by the city-state. Ar provided provisions for the Israelites as they Passed through on the last legs of the wilderness wandering (Deuteronomy 2:29 )
Degrade - ) To degenerate; to Pass from a higher to a lower type of structure; as, a family of plants or animals degrades through this or that genus or group of genera
Tittle - Yet the extreme care thus expressed for the perfect integrity of the letter of God's word is but a feeble illustration of the Savior's care for the same word-every truth, every threatening, and every promise has the most perfect guarantee possible: "It is easier for heaven and earth to Pass, than one tittle of the law to fail," Luke 16:17
Sale - The primary sense of sell, is simply to deliver or cause to Pass from one person to another
Traffick - This word, like trade, comprehends every species of dealing in the exchange or Passing of goods or merchandise from hand to hand for an equivalent,unless the business of retailing may be excepted. To trade to Pass goods and commodities from one person to another for an equivalent in goods or money to barter to buy and sell wares to carry on commerce
Eber - The word eber meant ‘to Pass over or through’
Communion With Christ: Joy of - No sooner do you Pass the brow of the St. Gothard Pass, on your way to Italy, than you perceive that, beyond all question, you are on the sunny side of the Alps. Some pilgrims to heaven appear never to have Passed the summit of religious difficulty; they are still toiling over the Devil's Bridge, or loitering at Andermatt, or plunging into the deep snowdrifts of their own personal unworthiness, ever learning, but never coming to a full knowledge of the truth; they have not attained to a comfortable perception of the glory, preciousness, and all-sufficiency of the Lord Jesus, and therefore abide amid the winter of heir doubts and fears
Cilicia - ; from Syria into Cilicia by the gates of Amanus, a Pass at the head of the valley of Pinarus; from Cilicia by the gates of Cilicia, near the sources of Cydnus, through the Antitaurus into Lycaonia and Cappadocia, the Pass whereby Paul crossed into Lycaonia (Acts 15:41)
Bore - to pierce or transfix also, to Pass over, in which sense it coincides with ferry L. In a transitive or intransitive sense, to pierce the earth with scooping irons, which, when drawn out, bring with them samples of the different stratums, through which they Pass
Escape - To flee from and avoid to get out of the way to shun to obtain security from to Pass without harm as, to escape danger. To Pass unobserved to evade as, the fact escaped my notice or observation. To be Passed without harm. A being Passed without receiving injury, as when danger comes near a person, but Passes by, and the person is Passive
Fare - to go, to Pass. To go to Pass to move forward to travel. The price of Passage or going the sum paid or due, for conveying a person by land or water as the fare for crossing a river, called also ferriage the fare for conveyance in a coach stage-fare. The price of conveyance over the ocean is now usually called the Passage, or Passage money
Range - To rove over to Pass over. To sail or Pass in a direction parallel to or near as, to range the coast, that is, along the coast. To sail or Pass near or in the direction of as, to range along the coast. Compass or extent of excursion space taken in by any thing extended or ranked in order as the range of Newton's thought. In gunnery, the path of a bullet or bomb, or the line it describes from the mouth of the piece to the point where it lodges or the whole distance which it Passes
Cross - ) To move or Pass from one side to the other, or from place to place; to make a transit; as, to cross from New York to Liverpool. ) To Pass, as objects going in an opposite direction at the same time. ) To Pass from one side to the other of; to Pass or move over; to traverse; as, to cross a stream
Dart - ) To fly or Pass swiftly, as a dart
Heshbon - The cause of their attacking it was that Sihon refused to let them Pass through his land
Accommodation of Scripture - Thus a prophecy is said to be fulfilled properly when a thing foretold comes to Pass; and, by way of accommodation, when an event happens to any place or people similar to what fell out some time before to another. Great care, however, should be taken by preachers who are fond of accommodating texts, that they first clearly state the literal sense of the Passage
Defile - ) Any narrow Passage or gorge in which troops can march only in a file, or with a narrow front; a long, narrow Pass between hills, rocks, etc
Leak - ; to Pass gradually into, or out of, something; - usually with in or out
Zaccheus - Just, from the Hebrew Zaccai, Nehemiah 7:14 , a worthy tax-gatherer at Jericho, who in order to see Christ took a position in a sycamore-tree, by which He was about to Pass
North - And so we have found it come to Pass that the clouds of a golden hue always followed upon a north wind, and indicated a clear day; and as in the times of the Savior, we could always say when it was evening, It will be fair weather, for the sky is red,'" Matthew 16:2
Aim - , "to be fond of honor" (phileo, "to love," time, "honor"), and so, actuated by this motive, "to strive to bring something to Pass;" hence, "to be ambitious, to make it one's aim," Romans 15:20 , of Paul's "aim" in Gospel pioneering, RV (AV, "strive"); 2 Corinthians 5:9 , of the "aim" of believers "to be well-pleasing" unto the Lord, RV (AV, "labor"); in 1 Thessalonians 4:11 , of the "aim" of believers to be quiet, do their own business and work with their own hands; both versions translate it "study
Come, Came - See BRING , B, Note (1), FALL , GO , GROW , LIGHT , Pass , RESORT. See DEPART , GO , Pass , PIERCE , TRAVEL , WALK. , Luke 12:37 ; 17:7 (last part); Acts 24:7 ; (b) "to Pass by," e. See GO , Pass , TRANSGRESS. " ...
18: διαβαίνω (Strong's #1224 — Verb — diabaino — dee-ab-ah'ee-no ) "to Pass through," is translated "come over" in Acts 16:9 ; "pass" in Luke 16:26 ; "pass through" in Hebrews 11:29 . See Pass
Enter - ) To come or go into; to Pass into the interior of; to Pass within the outer cover or shell of; to penetrate; to pierce; as, to enter a house, a closet, a country, a door, etc. ) To Pass within the limits of; to attain; to begin; to commence upon; as, to enter one's teens, a new era, a new dispensation
Decree - ...
The word in its technical or theological sense of the Divine decree of human salvation, or of the decrees of God comprehended in His eternal purpose whereby He foreordains whatsoever comes to Pass, is therefore not found in the NT at all. It is not the proximate cause of events, yet the objects which it contemplates are absolutely certain, and are in due time brought to Pass. Whilst the decrees of God are ‘his eternal purpose whereby he foreordains whatsoever comes to Pass,’ yet He accomplishes His ends by the means proper thereto, and even when men are moved by Divine grace to embrace the gospel offer, they do so in the exercise of their liberty as free agents
Enter - ) To come or go into; to Pass into the interior of; to Pass within the outer cover or shell of; to penetrate; to pierce; as, to enter a house, a closet, a country, a door, etc. ) To Pass within the limits of; to attain; to begin; to commence upon; as, to enter one's teens, a new era, a new dispensation
Judge - To hear and determine, as in causes on trial to Pass sentence. To try to examine and Pass sentence on. To censure rashly to Pass severe sentence
Decree - ...
The word in its technical or theological sense of the Divine decree of human salvation, or of the decrees of God comprehended in His eternal purpose whereby He foreordains whatsoever comes to Pass, is therefore not found in the NT at all. It is not the proximate cause of events, yet the objects which it contemplates are absolutely certain, and are in due time brought to Pass. Whilst the decrees of God are ‘his eternal purpose whereby he foreordains whatsoever comes to Pass,’ yet He accomplishes His ends by the means proper thereto, and even when men are moved by Divine grace to embrace the gospel offer, they do so in the exercise of their liberty as free agents
Lud - Moses would not abruptly Pass to the distant W
Blink - ) Boughs cast where deer are to Pass, to turn or check them
Dot - Jesus thus contended that is was easier for heaven and earth to Pass away than for the smallest detail of the law to be set aside
Pour - ) To flow, Pass, or issue in a stream, or as a stream; to fall continuously and abundantly; as, the rain pours; the people poured out of the theater
Pardon - ) To remit the penalty of; to suffer to Pass without punishment; to forgive; - applied to offenses
Overlook - ) To look over and beyond (anything) without seeing it; to miss or omit in looking; hence, to refrain from bestowing notice or attention upon; to neglect; to Pass over without censure or punishment; to excuse
Mysia - Paul in his circuit through Asia Minor; but he was not suffered by the Spirit to remain there, being directed to Pass over into Macedonia, Acts 16:7-10
Keeper - All royal grants, commissions and charters Pass through his hands
Trumpet - He wisely desired that a trumpet might be first sent for a Pass
Winter - WINTER, To Pass the winter
Change - ) To alter; to make different; to cause to Pass from one state to another; as, to change the position, character, or appearance of a thing; to change the countenance. ) To Pass from one phase to another; as, the moon changes to-morrow night. ) Any variation or alteration; a Passing from one state or form to another; as, a change of countenance; a change of habits or principles. ) A Passing from one phase to another; as, a change of the moon
Flash - ) To break forth, as a sudden flood of light; to burst instantly and brightly on the sight; to show a momentary brilliancy; to come or Pass like a flash. ) A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable stream, just above a shoal, so that the stream may pour in water as boats Pass, and thus bear them over the shoal
Enter - To move or Pass into place, in any manner whatever to come or go in to walk or ride in to flow in to pierce or penetrate. EN'TER, To go or come in to Pass into as, to enter a country
Fortune - A name which, among the ancients, seemed to have denoted a principle of fortuity, whereby things came to Pass without being necessitated thereto; but what and whence that principle is, they do not seem to have ever precisely thought
Receipt of Custom - RECEIPT OF CUSTOM (Authorized Version ; ‘place of toll,’ Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 ; ‘tolbothe,’ Wyclif) occurs in the parallel accounts of the call of the publican Matthew or Levi to discipleship (Matthew 9:9, Mark 2:14, Luke 5:27), which took place as Jesus Passed forth from His own city, i. The custom or toll referred to consisted of export dues on merchandise, and at Capernaum would Pass into the treasury of Herod Antipas, the ruler of Galilee in the time of our Lord
Suretiship - He is the powerful One who is certain of being able to bring to Pass in its due time all that is foretold that He will do in carrying out the purpose of God
Row - ) To Pass from one state to another; to result as an effect from a cause; to become; as, to grow pale
Ascend - In music, to rise in vocal utterance to Pass from any note to one more acute
Generation - In a much wider sense, as when the Lord said of the unbelieving Jews, "This generation shall not Pass away till all these things be fulfilled
Vapor - ) To Pass off in fumes, or as a moist, floating substance, whether visible or invisible, to steam; to be exhaled; to evaporate
Row - ) To Pass from one state to another; to result as an effect from a cause; to become; as, to grow pale
Agabus - He foretold that there would be a great famine over all the earth; which came to Pass accordingly, under the emperor Claudius, in the fourth year of his reign, A
Beth-Horon - Clarke was by accident compelled to Pass a night
Lick - ) To draw or Pass the tongue over; as, a dog licks his master's hand
Hamath - This gap, or Pass, marked Israel’s ideal northern boundary (Joshua 13:5; Amos 6:14), but only in times of unusual growth and prosperity was it the actual boundary (2 Kings 14:25)
Vibrate - ) To Pass from one state to another; to waver; to fluctuate; as, a man vibrates between two opinions
Door - In John 10, Our Lord, explaining the parable of the sheepfold, calls Himself "the door" through which the true shepherds must Pass
Shibboleth - Thus when the Ephraimites from the west invaded Gilead, and were defeated by the Gileadites under the leadership of Jephthah, and tried to escape by the "passages of the Jordan," the Gileadites seized the fords and would allow none to Pass who could not pronounce "shibboleth" with a strong aspirate
Meroz - of Beisan on the southern slopes of the hills continuing "little Hermon," they had command of the Pass and might have prevented the escape m that quarter of any of Sisera's host
Emmanuel - It is asaccurate, as necessary to-day; it shall be true till all befulfilled, till the earth and the heavens shall Pass away and thenew earth shall appear
Doctrines: Duplicate Nature of - First to the right, then to the left, the road was ever ascending but always twisting, and thus, by easy marches, we were able to reach the summit of the Pass; a straight line would have been shorter for the eagle's wing, but no human foot could have followed it
Medeba - Sihon King of the Amorites took Medeba from Moab only to have the area Pass into Israel's control (Numbers 21:24 ,Numbers 21:24,21:26 ,Numbers 21:26,21:30 )
Progress - ) To make progress in; to Pass through
Depart - ) To Pass away; to perish
Effect - ) To bring to Pass; to execute; to enforce; to achieve; to accomplish
Tube - ) A small pipe forming part of the boiler, containing water and surrounded by flame or hot gases, or else surrounded by water and forming a flue for the gases to Pass through
Fire - In its first biblical appearance this word, 'êsh represents God’s presence as “a torch of fire”“And it came to Pass, that, when the sun went down, and it was dark, behold a smoking furnace, and a [1] …” ( le'ah - Her father took advantage of the opportunity which the local marriage rite afforded to Pass her off in her sister's stead on the unconscious bridegroom, and excused himself to Jacob by alleging that the custom of the country forbade the younger sister to be given first in marriage
Arimathea - There was another Ramah, about six miles north of Jerusalem, in a Pass which separated the kingdoms of Israel and Judah, which Baasha, king of Israel, took and began to fortify; but he was obliged to relinquish it, in consequence of the alliance formed between Asa, king of Judah, and Benhadad, king of Syria, 1 Kings 15
Muse - ) Contemplation which abstracts the mind from Passing scenes; absorbing thought; hence, absence of mind; a brown study. ) To be absent in mind; to be so occupied in study or contemplation as not to observe Passing scenes or things present; to be in a brown study. ) A gap or hole in a hedge, hence, wall, or the like, through which a wild animal is accustomed to Pass; a muset
Leap - ) A Passing from one note to another by an interval, especially by a long one, or by one including several other and intermediate intervals. ) To Pass over by a leap or jump; as, to leap a wall, or a ditch. ) The act of leaping, or the space Passed by leaping; a jump; a spring; a bound
Ebal - As you journey from Jerusalem, and turn to Pass through the valley west-northwest to Shechem, mount Ebal is on the right hand and mount Gerizim on the left
Lick - To Pass or draw the tongue over the surface as, a dog licks a wound
Utter - Placed or being beyond any compass out of any place as the utter deep. To put or send into circulation to put off, as currency, or cause to Pass in commerce as, to utter coin or notes
While - To while away, as time, in English, is to loiter or more generally, to cause time to Pass away pleasantly, without irksomeness as, we while away time in amusements or diversions
Was, Wast, Were, Wert - , Luke 19:4 ; Acts 21:27,37 , AV (RV, "was about to"); (f) sumbaino, "to come to Pass, happen," e
Testing - In like manner God tests his people, allowing them to Pass through trials in order to reveal whether their faith is genuine (Deuteronomy 8:2; Psalms 66:10; Proverbs 17:3; Isaiah 48:10-11; Jeremiah 20:12; 1 Peter 4:12). Those who Pass the test find they are purified and strengthened by the experience (Genesis 22:1; Deuteronomy 8:16; Deuteronomy 13:3; Judges 2:22; Hebrews 11:17; James 1:2-3; James 1:12; 1 Peter 1:6-7; see REFINE)
Begging - I could not prevail upon myself to Pass over this word, though it be perfectly well understood, and is not frequently found in Scripture: yet, it appears to me, that as the Word of God hath made ample provision, not only in precept, but in the very constitution and frame of the human heart, for beggars, it is our duty to attend to it. And therefore, the beggar in Israel had always a claim upon every Passer-by, who considered duly this relationship. And may I not ask was not this among the gracious designs of the Lord, in his providence, to afford luxuries to the minds of believers, in the true Israel of God, when, from the inequalities of life, the Lord afforded opportunity to follow the steps of Jesus, in relieving a poor brother? How little have those studied the Scriptures of God, and how little do they know of the mind of Jesus, who, to the numberless miseries of life, arising out of that sin which Christ hath put away, can, and do Pass by, and behold, unpitied, and unrelieved, the wretchedness of the beggar, whether in soul or body!...
Rephidim - But Holland (Canon Cook's essay on Exodus 16; 17; 19; Speaker's Commentary) places Rephidim after Israel traversed the wady es Sheikh at the Pass el Watiyeh shut in by perpendicular rocks on either side; a choice position for Amalek as it commands the entrance to the wadies round the central group of Sinai. of the Pass is another plain, Amalek's encampment, within reach of abundant water. of the Pass out of Horeb
Slur - ) To cover over; to disguise; to conceal; to Pass over lightly or with little notice. ) In knitting machines, a contrivance for depressing the sinkers successively by Passing over them
Sihon - He refused to allow Israel to Pass through his land, and was defeated at Jahaz ( Numbers 21:21-24 , Judges 11:22 , Judges 11:19-22 )
Jokmeam - A fortress city, it protected the Pass into the Plain of Sharon
So - (5) Sumbaino, when used of events, signifies "to come to Pass, happen;" in Acts 21:35 it is rendered "so it was
Cappadocia - ...
The approach to Cappadocia from Palestine and Syria was by the Pass called "the Cilician gates," leading up through the Taurus range from the low region of Cilicia
Hiss - ) To make a similar noise by any means; to Pass with a sibilant sound; as, the arrow hissed as it flew. , to make such a sound as an expression of hatred, Passion, or disapproval
Breathe - ) To Pass like breath; noiselessly or gently; to exhale; to emanate; to blow gently
Michmash - ” City in Benjamin about seven miles northeast of Jerusalem, four and a half miles northeast of Gibeah, rising 1980 feet above sea level overlooking a Pass going from the Jordan River to Ephraim
Hor - Its western side is an unscalable precipice; it is ascended from the Pass leading into Petra
Arch - ) Any place covered by an arch; an archway; as, to Pass into the arch of a bridge
Migron - see), and north of the Wady es-Suwçnît , which is the ‘pass’ of Isaiah 10:29
Sentence - ) In civil and admiralty law, the judgment of a court pronounced in a cause; in criminal and ecclesiastical courts, a judgment Passed on a criminal by a court or judge; condemnation pronounced by a judgical tribunal; doom. ) To Pass or pronounce judgment upon; to doom; to condemn to punishment; to prescribe the punishment of
Deliver - ) To admit; to allow to Pass
Entertain - ) To engage the attention of agreeably; to amuse with that which makes the time Pass pleasantly; to divert; as, to entertain friends with conversation, etc
Dispose - ) To exercise finally one's power of control over; to Pass over into the control of some one else, as by selling; to alienate; to part with; to relinquish; to get rid of; as, to dispose of a house; to dispose of one's time
Trespass - ) To go too far; to put any one to inconvenience by demand or importunity; to intrude; as, to trespass upon the time or patience of another. ) To commit a trespass; esp. ) To Pass beyond a limit or boundary; hence, to depart; to go
Breathe - To Pass as air
Fetch - ) To bring to accomplishment; to achieve; to make; to perform, with certain objects; as, to fetch a compass; to fetch a leap; to fetch a sigh. ) A stratagem by which a thing is indirectly brought to Pass, or by which one thing seems intended and another is done; a trick; an artifice
Consume - To spend to cause to Pass away, as time as, to consume the day in idleness
Degenerate - To become worse to decay in good qualities to Pass from a good to a bad or worse state to lose or suffer a diminution of valuable qualities, either in the natural or moral world
Grant - In law, a conveyance in writing, of such things as cannot Pass or be transferred by word only, as land, rents, reversions, tithes, &c
Legend - A liar of this kind can never Pass undiscovered; but an honest relater of truth and matter of fact is safe: he wants no artifice, and fears no examination
Rush - ) To recite (a lesson) or Pass (an examination) without an error
Scout - ) To Pass over or through, as a scout; to reconnoiter; as, to scout a country
Brook - To deal deceitfully "as a brook," and to "pass away as the stream thereof," is to deceive our friend when he most needs and expects our help and comfort, Job 6:15 ; because brooks, being temporary streams, are dried up in the heats of summer, when the traveller most needs a supply of water on his journey
Fetch - ) To bring to accomplishment; to achieve; to make; to perform, with certain objects; as, to fetch a compass; to fetch a leap; to fetch a sigh. ) A stratagem by which a thing is indirectly brought to Pass, or by which one thing seems intended and another is done; a trick; an artifice
Arch - ) Any place covered by an arch; an archway; as, to Pass into the arch of a bridge
Witch And Wizard - Their unlawful arts were akin to the others forbidden in Deuteronomy 18:10-11 : "There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to Pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times or an enchanter or a witch Path - A way beaten or trodden by the feet of man or beast, or made hard by wheels that part of a highway on which animals or carriages ordinarily Pass applied to the ground only, and never to a paved street in a city. A way or Passage
Shibboleth - The Gileadites took possession of all these fords, and when an Ephraimite who had escaped came to the riverside and desired to Pass over, they asked him if he were not an Ephraimite. This incident should mot be Passed over without observing, that it affords proof of dialectical variations among the tribes of the same nation, and speaking the same language, in those early days
Saturninus, Saint - To reach his church, Saint Saturninus had to Pass the capitol where there was a temple, and the pagan priests ascribed to his frequent Passings the silence of their oracles
Michmash - of Jerusalem; on the northern edge of the wady Suweinit, the main Pass between the central highlands where Michmash stands and the Jordan valley at Jericho. The battle also Passed over to Bethaven (Bethel) four miles N. , left his heavy baggage ("carriages") at Michmash, and crossing the Pass lodged for the night at Geba (Isaiah 10:28-29)
Three - John was to write the things he had already seen, and the things that are now transpiring, and the things that are still in the future and shall yet come to Pass. They were to Pass through Jordan and come out safely on the third day
Transgress, Transgression - ...
A — 3: παρέρχομαι (Strong's #3928 — Verb — parerchomai — par-er'-khom-ahee ) "to come by" (para, "by," erchomai, "to come"), "pass over," and hence, metaphorically, "to transgress," is so used in Luke 15:29 . 9, Pass
Get - ...
To get over, to surmount to conquer to Pass without being obstructed as, to get over difficulties: also, to recover as, to get over sickness. ...
To get above, to surmount to surpass. ...
To get in or into, to arrive within an inclosure, or a mixed body to Pass in to insinuate one's self. ...
To get through, to Pass through and reach a point beyond any thing also, to finish to accomplish. ...
To get a mile or other distance, to Pass over it in traveling
Arabah - They went down the Arabah southwards (after Edom's refusal to let them Pass), from mount Hor, toward the head of the gulf, then up one of the left wadies, by the back of mount Seir to Moab. ...
The Pass En Nukb is that of the Mecca pilgrims, between the Akabah and Suez mounts. The other Pass, Es Sufah, is probably that at which Israel was defeated by the Canaanites (Deuteronomy 1:44; Numbers 14:48-45)
Fly - , to Pass or be driven rapidly through the air by any impulse. ) To move or Pass swiftly; to hasten away; to circulate rapidly; as, a ship flies on the deep; a top flies around; rumor flies. ) To move in or Pass thorugh the air with wings, as a bird. ) That part of a compass on which the points are marked; the compass card
Be - Hâyâh (הָיָה, Strong's #1961), “to become, occur, come to Pass, be. Yet the simple meaning “become” or “come to Pass” appears often in the English versions. In this sense, hâyâh is frequently translated “it came to Pass. In Passages setting forth blessing or cursing, for example, this verb not only is used to specify the object of the action but also the dynamic forces behind and within the action. The use of hâyâh in such Passages declares the actual release of power, so that the accomplishment is assured— Abram will be blessed because God has ordained it. ...
In another set of Passages, hâyâh constitutes intent rather than accomplishment. Legal Passages use hâyâh in describing God’s relationship to His covenant people, to set forth what is desired and intended (cf
Cross - Transverse oblique Passing from side to side falling athwart as a cross beam. To Pass from side to side to Pass or move over as, to cross a road to cross a river, or the ocean. To move or Pass laterally, or from one side towards the other, or from place to place, either at right angles or obliquely as, to cross from Nantucket to New Bedford
Camel - ...
The Passage of Scripture in which our Lord says, "It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of heaven," Matthew 19:24 , has been the occasion of much criticism. Some assert that near Jerusalem was a low gate called "the needle's eye," through which a camel could not Pass unless his load was taken off. In the Jewish Talmud, there is, however, a similar proverb respecting an elephant: "Rabbi Shesheth answered Rabbi Amram, who had advanced an absurdity, ‘Perhaps thou art one of the Pambidithians, who can make an elephant Pass through the eye of a needle;'" that as, says the Aruch, "who speak things impossible. " There is also a saying of the same kind in the Koran: "The impious, who in his arrogancy shall accuse our doctrine of falsity, shall find the gates of heaven shut; nor shall he enter there, till a camel shall Pass through the eye of a needle
Ahaz - He made his own children Pass through the fire to idols; he introduced the Syrian gods into Jerusalem, altered the temple after the Syrian model, and even closed it altogether
Lycaonia - of Lystra, toward the Pass from Cilicia up through Taurus to the central tableland (Acts 14:1; Acts 14:6). Paul on his first journey Passed through Lycaonia from W. ) At his second journey he Passed from E
Ajalon - It has been identified as the modern Yalo, at the foot of the Beth-horon Pass (q
Deacon - If a Candidate for Priest's Ordersand can Pass the required examination, he may after a year'sservice as a Deacon be advanced to the Priesthood
Heart: Seat of Spiritual Disease - He presses his trumpet tube gently to your breast, and listens for the pulsations which faintly but distinctly Pass through
Hypocrisy: Easy But Dangerous - One must dig deep in dark mines for gold and silver; the precious treasure must be brought from far across the seas; it must be melted down, it must Pass through many assays, and the dies must be worked with ponderous engines before the coin can be produced; all this to the sluggish many is a heavy disadvantage
Antiochus - 187) by his son, Seleucus Philopater, spoken of by (Daniel 11:20 ) as "a raiser of taxes", in the Revised Version, "one that shall cause an exactor to Pass through the glory of the kingdom
Ahasuerus - Leonidas, with his famous 300, arrested his progress at the Pass of Thermopylae, and then he was defeated disastrously by Themistocles at Salamis
Handle - ) To receive and transfer; to have Pass through one's hands; hence, to buy and sell; as, a merchant handles a variety of goods, or a large stock
Brick - No religion of any kind that has its origin in the mind of a man or a woman will Pass GOD's judgment
Flank - ) To overlook or command the flank of; to secure or guard the flank of; to Pass around or turn the flank of; to attack, or threaten to attack; the flank of
Defile - A narrow Passage or way, in which troops may march only in a file, or with a narrow front a long narrow Pass, as between hills, &c
Effect - To bring to Pass to achieve to accomplish as, to effect an object or purpose
Predestine, Predestination - The doctrine that God has foreordained all things which will come to Pass yet He is not the author of sin
Scour - ) To Pass swiftly over; to brush along; to traverse or search thoroughly; as, to scour the coast
Weather - ) To sail or Pass to the windward of; as, to weather a cape; to weather another ship
Hinnom - It was the place where children were made "to Pass through the fire to Molech," and was defiled by Josiah, in order to extinguish forever such detestable rites
Adultery - Was it the case then, as it is but too generally now, that both the sin and the shame are thrown, with fulness of every thing blameable, upon women, while the seducers and more worthless, Pass off unrebuked? yea, to the disgrace of human nature, not unfrequently applauded! Not so in thine eye, blessed Lord Jesus! (See John 8:1; Joh 8:11) It should be remarked under this article, that beside this natural adultery, noticed in the Scripture, there is a spiritual fornication of which the Lord complains, which is idolatry
Half - ” Second, chêtsı̂y can mean “middle,” as it does in its first biblical appearance: “And it came to Pass, that at midnight [1] the Lord smote all the first-born in the land of Egypt …” ( Court - Common Israelites, who were desirous of offering sacrifices, were at liberty to bring their victims as far as the inner part of the court; but they could not Pass a certain line of separation, which divided it into two; and they withdrew as soon as they had delivered their sacrifices and offerings to the priests, or had made their confession with the ceremony of laying their hands upon the head of the victim, if it were a sin-offering. Before the temple was built, there was a court belonging to the tabernacle, but not near so large as that of the temple, and encompassed only with pillars, and veils hung with cords
Jaw - , the mouth or way of entrance; as, the jaws of a Pass; the jaws of darkness; the jaws of death
Fume - ) To Pass off in fumes or vapors. ) Rage or excitement which deprives the mind of self-control; as, the fumes of Passion
Amen - Revelation 3:14, applied to him from whose lips every syllable is assured truth; so that, though heaven and earth should Pass, nothing that he has spoken can remain unaccomplished
Sentence - Let him be sent out lome of Luther's works, that by them we may Pass sentence upon his doctrines
Send - To cause to go or Pass from place to place as, to send a messenger from London to Madrid
Token - The blood of the paschal lamb, sprinkled on the doors of the Hebrews, was a token to the destroying angel of God's will that he should Pass by those houses
Weather - To Pass with difficulty
Glory - And the Lord said, There is a place by me, and thou shalt stand upon a rock: and it shall come to Pass, while my glory Passeth by, that I will put thee in the cleft of the rock, and will cover thee with my hand while I Pass by; and I will take away my hand, and thou shalt see my back parts:" (the train, the fainter rays of the glory:) "but my face shall not be seen," Exodus 33:18
Day - The word denotes a period of twenty-four hours: “And it came to Pass, as she spake to Joseph day by day …” ( Pass about this time, that Joseph went into the house to do his business …” ( Pass, as it is this day, to save much people alive” ( Word - Both in the OT and in the NT the original terms employed may Pass from the meaning ‘speech’ to signify ‘the subject matter of speech. ’ In some Passages there is uncertainty as to whether the tr
Eben-Ezer - Stone of help, the memorial stone set up by Samuel to commemorate the divine assistance to Israel in their great battle against the Philistines, whom they totally routed (1 Samuel 7:7-12 ) at Aphek, in the neighbourhood of Mizpeh, in Benjamin, near the western entrance of the Pass of Beth-horon
Shall - (2) The phrase "it shall come to Pass" is the rendering of the future tense of eimi, "to be," in Acts 2:17,21 ; 3:23 ; Romans 9:26
Perform, Performance - (2) In Luke 1:20 , AV, ginomai, "to come to Pass" (RV), is translated "shall be performed
Ahaziah - He joined his uncle Jehoram, king of Israel, in an expedition against Hazael, king of Damascus; but was wounded at the Pass of Gur when attempting to escape, and had strength only to reach Megiddo, where he died (2Kings 9:22-28)
Sihon - The whole country on the east of Jordan, from the Arnon to the Jabbok, was possessed by the Amorites, whose king, Sihon, refused to permit the Israelites to Pass through his territory, and put his army in array against them
Frequent Communion - When the Churchbegan to Pass out from under this influence we find that a monthlycelebration became the universal rule in the Church, and evenwith this many seem now to be satisfied
Tiphsah - From pacach , "to Pass over," i
Schools (2) - We ask full often, however it comes to Pass that in this age of progress, when all things seem to be in action, John Bull suffers himself to be duped by priests both Romish and Anglican
Sorrow: Benefit of - Better far for the seed to Pass intO the earth and die, than to lie in the sunshine and produce no fruit; and even thus for thee the future in its sorrow shall be as a sowing in a fertile land; tears shall moisten thee, grace shall increase within tjee, and thou shalt grow up in the likeness of thy Lord unto perfection of holiness, to be such a flower of God's own planting as even angels shall delight to gaze upon in the day of thy transplanting to celestial soil
Guilds, Craft - To become a master, a journeyman was obliged to Pass an examination before the elders of the guild
Screen - ) To Pass, as coal, gravel, ashes, etc
Pharez - His house retained the primogeniture; it was famous for being prolific, so as to Pass into a proverb (Ruth 4:12; Ruth 4:18-22)
Tabernacle - ) A boxlike step for a mast with the after side open, so that the mast can be lowered to Pass under bridges, etc
Jump - ) To Pass by a spring or leap; to overleap; as, to jump a stream
Widow - It was looked upon as a great misfortune for a man to die without an heir, or to see his inheritance Pass into another family
Rose - The Jewish sensualists, in Wis_2:8 , are introduced saying, "Let us fill ourselves with costly wine and ointments; and let no flower of the spring Pass by us
Mule - So also in the Alps, they are used by travelers among the mountains, where a horse would hardly be able to Pass with safety
Kadesh or Kadesh-Barnea - At the first visit the mission and return of the twelve spies took place, the rebellion of the people, and their presumptuous effort to enter Canaan by the Pass Zephath, immediately north of Kadesh, Numbers 13:1-14:45 . At their second visit occurred the death of Miriam, the murmuring of the people for water, the miraculous supply, the sin of Aaron and Moses in smiting the rock, and the fruitless request for a Passage through Edom, Numbers 20:1-22
Geshur, Geshuri, Geshurites - There seems to have been here an important Pass on the route to Damascus and the East
Wax - To Pass from one state to another to become as, to wax strong to wax warm or cold to wax feeble to wax hot to wax old to wax worse and worse
Run - ) To cause to Pass, or evade, offical restrictions; to smuggle; - said of contraband or dutiable goods. ) To sew, as a seam, by Passing the needle through material in a continuous line, generally taking a series of stitches on the needle at the same time. ) In baseball, a complete circuit of the bases made by a player, which enables him to score one; in cricket, a Passing from one wicket to the other, by which one point is scored; as, a player made three runs; the side went out with two hundred runs. ) To Pass from one state or condition to another; to come into a certain condition; - often with in or into; as, to run into evil practices; to run in debt. ) To go swiftly; to Pass at a swift pace; to hasten. ) To move, proceed, advance, Pass, go, come, etc. ) To make progress; to proceed; to Pass. ) To Pass or go quickly in thought or conversation; as, to run from one subject to another
Kabzeel - to Petra; a spot likely to be occupied, though remote, as a stronghold, the key of Palestine toward Moat and Edom, guarding the Pass Ez Zuweirah, by which the Moabites under Sanballat, the Ammonites under Tobiah, and the Arabians under Geshem, might attack the Jews (Nehemiah 4:12)
Coming to Christ: as a Sinner - Now it came to Pass, a certain day, one of the courtiers had spoiled his silken apparel, so that he dared not put it on, and he felt, 'I cannot go to the king's feast to-day, for my robe is foul
Hemerobaptists - The sect who Pass in the East under the denomination of Sabians, calling themselves Mendai Iiahi, or the disciples of St
Sihon - " Israel begged leave to Pass peaceably through the Amorite land by the king's highway, but "Sihon gathered all his people" and came to Jahaz (between Dibon and Medeba) and fought against Israel and was defeated
Philadelphian Society - Nay, she went still farther, and declared, in the name of the Lord, that this desirable event would actually come to Pass, and that she had a divine commission to proclaim the approach of this glorious communion of saints, who were to be gathered in one visible universal church or kingdom before the dissolution of this earthly globe
Loom - Job 7:6 compares the brevity of life to the speed of the weaver's shuttle, the devise used to quickly Pass the woof thread between the threads of the warp
Alaska - Charles John Seghers, Archbishop of Victoria, had taken up the evangelization of Alaska, and with two Jesuits, Fathers Paschal Tosi and Aloysius Robaut, and a man named Fuller, crossed Chilcoot Pass
Purpose of God - "The Lord of hosts hath sworn, saying, Surely as I have thought, so shall it come to Pass; and as I have purposed, so shall it stand
Escape - ) To get clear from danger or evil of any form; to be Passed without harm. ) To avoid the notice of; to Pass unobserved by; to evade; as, the fact escaped our attention
Refer - ; to make over, or Pass over, to another; as, to refer a student to an author; to refer a beggar to an officer; to refer a bill to a committee; a court refers a matter of fact to a commissioner for investigation, or refers a question of law to a superior tribunal
Barn - These are dug in dry places, often out of the solid rock, carefully cemented to keep out damp, with a circular opening at the top, through which a man may Pass
Tension - ) The quality in consequence of which an electric charge tends to discharge itself, as into the air by a spark, or to Pass from a body of greater to one of less electrical potential
Way - ) A moving; Passage; procession; journey. ) That by, upon, or along, which one Passes or processes; opportunity or room to Pass; place of Passing; Passage; road, street, track, or path of any kind; as, they built a way to the mine
Wire - ) A thread or slender rod of metal; a metallic substance formed to an even thread by being Passed between grooved rollers, or drawn through holes in a plate of steel. ) To Pass like a wire; to flow in a wirelike form, or in a tenuous stream
Raduate - ) To Pass by degrees; to change gradually; to shade off; as, sandstone which graduates into gneiss; carnelian sometimes graduates into quartz
Cock - Though this bird is too well known to need any account being given of him, yet being rendered so memorable in Scripture, from the circumstance of the apostle Peter's denial of Christ, I cannot Pass it by without remarking, in allusion to that striking event, how slender the means which the Lord is pleased sometimes to make use of, to answer the most important purposes! The crowing of a cock is enough, in the Lord's hand, to accomplish the Lord's design
Dream - Perhaps the classical Passage using the word in this sense is Pass
Remain - The word does not necessarily mean sleeping through the night, but may be used to indicate being located in one place for the night: “Thou shalt not … [1] the fat of my sacrifice remain until the morning [2] ( Tension - ) The quality in consequence of which an electric charge tends to discharge itself, as into the air by a spark, or to Pass from a body of greater to one of less electrical potential
Transfiguration - Moses and Elijah, the law and the promise, types and shadows, Pass away; the gospel, the fulfilment, the substance, Christ remains—the only one who can relieve the misery of earth and glorify our nature, Christ all in all
a'Haz - He was weak, a gross idolater, and sought safety in heathen ceremonies, making his son Pass through the fire to Molech, consulting wizards and necromancers
Kadesh-Barnea - But that it lay on the east side of Mount Hor, is evident; for why should Moses send messengers from Kadesh to the king of Edom, requesting permission to Pass through his territories in the way to Canaan, if they were already at the verge of Palestine Numbers 20:14 ? This application, however, was necessary if his territories were situated between Canaan and the Israelites
Abba - This may serve to illustrate Romans 8:15 , and Galatians 4:6 , as it shows that through faith in Christ all true Christians Pass into the relation of sons; are permitted to address God with filial confidence in prayer; and to regard themselves as heirs of the heavenly inheritance
Mark - mercor, the primary sense of which is to go, to Pass Gr. to Pass Eng. To draw or make a visible line or character with any substance as, to mark with chalk or with compasses
Unclean - The saved father and mother do not Pass on their godly character in CHRIST to their children, but they certainly do Pass on their evils to their children. In this Passage Peter is referring to foods that GOD permitted to be eaten, and other foods which were prohibited. ...
Romans 14:14 (c) In this Passage the word seems to be used to indicate our thoughts about various matters in the Christian life
Tittle - letters are distinguished from others that they closely resemble, and there are several Jewish sayings which declare that any one who is guilty of interchanging such letters in certain Passages of the OT will thereby destroy the whole world (see Edersheim, LT [4]. ...
On the lips of Jesus the saying, ‘One jot or one tittle shall in no wise Pass away from the law till all be fulfilled’ (Matthew 5:18), is startling; and a number of modern critical scholars are inclined to meet the exegetical difficulty by denying the genuineness of the logion—regarding it as an answer of the Evangelist himself to the Pauline anti-legalism, or even as a later Jewish-Christian insertion Certainly, if the saying stood by itself, unqualified and uninterpreted in any way, there might be some warrant for such criticism, even although on textual grounds there is nothing to be said against the verse, which, moreover, reappears in Luke, though in a shorter form. And so in the striking language of paradox and even of hyperbole that He was wont to use when He felt strongly and desired to speak strongly, He exclaimed, ‘For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth Pass away, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise Pass away from the law, till all be fulfilled. The jots and tittles, be it observed, are to Pass away when the Law is fulfilled
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Isaiah 25:4 (b) Evidently our Lord is referring to the times of great stress and strain that GOD's people often had to Pass through
Faith: a Death Grip - The sailor caught the rope just as the ship was Passing. I immediately took another rope, and making a slip noose of it, attached i to the other, and slid it down to the struggling sailor, an directed him to Pass it over his shoulders and under his arms and he would be drawn on board
Neglect - To let, to leave, to suffer to Pass
Safety of Believers - A despot on his throne, a horde of savages in their desert, have permitted a helpless traveller to Pass unharmed, like a lamb among lions: although like lions looking on a lamb, they thirsted for his blood: because they knew his sovereign's watchfulness, and feared his sovereign's power. The feeble stranger has a charmed life in the midst of his enemies, because a royal arm unseen encompasses him as with a shield
Envy - Bacon closes his essay on ‘Envy’ with this sentence: ‘Envy is the vilest affection and the most depraved; for which cause it is the proper attribute of the Devil, who is called, The envious man, that soweth tares amongst the wheat by night; as it always cometh to Pass, that Envy worketh subtilly and in the dark, and to the prejudice of good things, such as is the wheat
Behind - Another adverbial usage has a temporal emphasis that can mean “afterwards”: “And I will fetch a morsel of bread, and comfort ye your hearts; after that ye shall Pass on …” ( Boil - ) To Pass from a liquid to an aeriform state or vapor when heated; as, the water boils away. ) To be moved or excited with Passion; to be hot or fervid; as, his blood boils with anger
Employ - To occupy to use to apply or devote to an object to Pass in business as, to employ time to employ an hour, a day or a week to employ one's life
Foil - The enemy attempted to Pass the river, but was foiled
Decrees, of God - The Decrees of God is His eternal purpose, according to His will, whereby He has foreordained whatever comes to Pass
Render - ) To interpret; to set forth, represent, or exhibit; as, an actor renders his part poorly; a singer renders a Passage of music with great effect; a painter renders a scene in a felicitous manner. ) To Pass; to run; - said of the Passage of a rope through a block, eyelet, etc. ; as, a rope renders well, that is, Passes freely; also, to yield or give way
Through - ) Between the sides or walls of; within; as, to Pass through a door; to go through an avenue. ) From end to end of, or from side to side of; from one surface or limit of, to the opposite; into and out of at the opposite, or at another, point; as, to bore through a piece of timber, or through a board; a ball Passes through the side of a ship. ) Among or in the midst of; - used to denote Passage; as, a fish swims through the water; the light glimmers through a thicket. Also, admitting of Passage through; as, a through bridge
Lime - And it shall be on the day when you shall Pass over Jordan unto the land which the Lord your God giveth you, that you shall set up great stones, and plaster them with plaster, and shall write upon them all the words of this law," &c
Generation - "The present generation" comprises all those who are now alive; "This generation shall not Pass till all be fulfilled," some now living shall witness the even foretold, Matthew 24:34
Leap - To Pass over by leaping to spring or bound from one side to the other as, to leap a wall, a gate or a gulf to leap a stream. Space Passed by leaping. A sudden transition of Passing. The space that may be Passed at a bound
Drive - ) To go by carriage; to Pass in a carriage; to proceed by directing or urging on a vehicle or the animals that draw it; as, the coachman drove to my door. ) To Pass away; - said of time
We find the church of Christ continually distinguished by this name in the Old Testament Scripture, and as such we cannot Pass it over without some attention to the subject; otherwise the name itself is too familiar to every reader to require explanation. --"It shall come to Pass in the last days, that the mountain of the Lord's house shall be established in the tops of the mountains, and shall be exalted above the hill,, and all nations shall flow unto it
New; New Moon - 38:24: “And it came to Pass about three months after, that it was told Judah. The “new” is often contrasted to the former: “Behold, the former things are come to Pass, and new things do I declare: before they spring forth I tell you of them” ( Fall - ) To happen; to to come to Pass; to light; to befall; to issue; to terminate. ) To Pass somewhat suddenly, and Passively, into a new state of body or mind; to become; as, to fall asleep; to fall into a Passion; to fall in love; to fall into temptation. ) To Pass or be transferred by chance, lot, distribution, inheritance, or otherwise; as, the estate fell to his brother; the kingdom fell into the hands of his rivals
Fog: a Figure of Our Partial Knowledge - Being once surrounded by a dense mist on the Styhead Pass in the Lake District, we felt ourselves to be transported into a world of mystery where everything was swollen to a size and appearance more vast, more terrible, than is usual on this sober planet
Nahash - "And it came to Pass that they which remained were scattered, so that two of them [1] were not left together" (1 Samuel 11:1-11 )
Castaway - With similar purpose, Hebrews compares people to ground which bears thorns and briers and is thus unqualified and fails to Pass the test (Hebrews 6:8 )
Molech - Passing their children through the fire might seem to imply that they were dedicated to the idol by being rapidly Passed through a fire without being burnt, and this may have been done, but some Passages do not admit of this interpretation. Of the Canaanites it is said, "their sons and their daughters have they burnt in the fire to their gods," Deuteronomy 12:31 ; and of Israel it is recorded, they have "caused their sons, whom they bare unto me, to Pass for them through the fire, to devour them,
Sprinkling - when all the firstborn in Egypt were to be smitten, the Israelites were told to 'strike,' that is 'sprinkle,' the side posts and lintels of their doors with the blood of a lamb, and Jehovah said, "When I see the blood I will Pass over you
Become - To Pass from one state to another to enter into some state or condition, by a change from another state or condition, or by assuming or receiving new properties or qualities, additional matter, or a new character as, a cion becomes a tree
Condemn - We condemn mistakes with asperity, where we Pass over sins with gentleness
Cup - O my father, if it be possible, let this cup Pass from me
Wax - ) To Pass from one state to another; to become; to grow; as, to wax strong; to wax warmer or colder; to wax feeble; to wax old; to wax worse and worse
Amphipolis - Occupying an eminence on the left bank of the Strymon, just below the egress of the river from Lake Cercinitis, 3 miles from the Strymonic Gulf, it commanded the entrance to a Pass leading through the mountains into the great Macedonian plains
Jabbok - On this side of the stream, at the spot where we forded it, was a piece of wall, solidly built upon the inclined slope, constructed in a uniform manner, though of small stones, and apparently finished at the end toward the river, so that it never could have been carried across, as we at first supposed, either for a bridge, or to close the Pass
Beni Khaibir - So true is it, that not one jot or tittle of the word of God shall Pass away! See RECHABITES
Sling - ) To Pass a rope round, as a cask, gun, etc
Relieve - Parallels or like relations alternately relieve each other when neither will Pass asunder, yet are they plausible together
Stagirus, Friend of Chrysostom - Nilus highly commends his piety, humility, and contrition, but uses language which indicates that his attacks did not entirely Pass away (Nilus, Epp
Corinthians, First Epistle to the - Was written from Ephesus (1 Corinthians 16:8 ) about the time of the Passover in the third year of the apostle's sojourn there (Acts 19:10 ; 20:31 ), and when he had formed the purpose to visit Macedonia, and then return to Corinth (probably A. This error arose from a mistranslation of 1 Corinthians 16:5 , "For I do Pass through Macedonia," which was interpreted as meaning, "I am Passing through Macedonia. After that, his purpose is to "pass through Macedonia
Agony - There is a beautiful progression in the subjecting of His will to the Father's: "O My Father, if it be possible, let this cup Pass from Me, nevertheless not as I will, but as Thou wilt" (Matthew 26:39): "Abba, Father, all things are possible unto Thee," (lest His previous IF should harbor a doubt of the Father's power) "take away this cup from Me, nevertheless not what I will but what Thou wilt" (Mark 14:86): "Father, if Thou be willing" (marking His realizing the Father's will as defining the true limits of possibility), remove this cup from Me, nevertheless not My will, but Thine be done" (Luke 22:42): "Oh My Father, if (rather since) this cup may (can) not Pass away from Me except I drink it, (now recognizing that it is not the Father's will to take the cup away), Thy will be done" (Matthew 26:42): lastly, the language of final triumph of faith over the sinless infirmity of His flesh, "The cup which My Father hath given Me shall I not drink it?" (John 18:11
Hardening of Heart - Its active nature, as distinguished from Passive infirmity, is indicated by the form πώρωσις, Mark 3:5 (cf. Pass. It comes to Pass that ‘he who will not turn at last cannot
Moloch - ) where the Lord prohibits Israel from allowing of any of his seed to Pass through the rite to Moloch. It should seem, that the method in those acts was simply Passing through the flame; and as this carried with it an idea of much personal bravery, it is likely that the children of Israel were much disposed to rival their neighbours in this supposed act of courage. Solomon built an high place for Moloch, (1 Kings 11:7) and Manasseh a long time after caused his son to, Pass through the fire in honour of him
Change - To cause to turn or Pass from one state to another to alter, or make different to vary in external form, or in essence as, to change the color or shape of a thing to change the countenance to change the heart or life. To Pass the sun, as the moon in its orbit as, the moon will change the 14th of this month. Any variation or alteration in form, state, quality, or essence or a Passing from one state or form to another as a change of countenance a change of habits or principles. A Passing by the sun, and the beginning of a new monthly revolution as a change of the moon
Liberty - A space in which one is permitted to Pass without restraint, and beyond which he may not lawfully Pass with a plural as the liberties of a prison
Walk - ...
5: διέρχομαι (Strong's #1330 — Verb — dierchomai — dee-er'-khom-ahee ) "to go through" (dia), is rendered "to walk through" in the AV of Matthew 12:43 ; Luke 11:24 (RV, "passeth through"). 5, Pass, No. ...
Note: In Mark 1:16 , AV, parago, "to Pass along" (RV, "passing along"), is translated "walked
Layman - A layman may be appointed by the pope as commissary Apostolic to Pass judgment or take information in ecclesiastical matters; also as assessor or counselor to a judge in ecclesiastical matters
Decrees of God - The decrees are eternal (Acts 15:18 ; Ephesians 1:4 ; 2 th 2:13 ), unchangeable (Psalm 33:11 ; Isaiah 46:9 ), and comprehend all things that come to Pass (Ephesians 1:11 ; Matthew 10:29,30 ; Ephesians 2:10 ; Acts 2:23 ; 4:27,28 ; Psalm 17:13,14 )
Engedi - The route of the Moabites and Ammonites invading Jehoshaphat was by Engedi, and still the marauding hordes from Moab Pass round the S
Hypocrisy (2) - Mark, from this time, when I Pass by, I mentally whisper, 'Pottery;' and the shams may even be exchanged for realities, but I shall be long in believing it
Hypocrisy (2) - Mark, from this time, when I Pass by, I mentally whisper, 'Pottery;' and the shams may even be exchanged for realities, but I shall be long in believing it
Micaiah - This had come to Pass
se'ir - In a Pass of this ridge is the modern village of Seir
Cycle - ) To Pass through a cycle of changes; to recur in cycles
Cappadocia - The Christian message was probably carried to Pontus by way of the highway that went northward across Cappadocia from Tarsus through the narrow mountain Pass known as the Cilician Gates
Dispense - To permit not to take effect to neglect or Pass by to suspend the operation or application of something required, established or customary as, to dispense with the law, in favor of a friend I cannot dispense with the conditions of the covenant
Fence - He hath fenced my way that I cannot Pass
Wilkinsonians - She asserted that those who refused to believe these exalted things concerning her, will be in the state of the unbelieving Jews, who rejected the council of God against themselves; and she told her hearers that was the eleventh hour, and the last call of mercy that ever should be granted them: for she heard an inquiry in heaven, saying, "Who will go and preach to a dying world?" or words to that import; and she said she answered, "Here am I...
send me;" and that she left the realms of light and glory, and the company of the heavenly host, who are continually praising and worshipping God, in order to descend upon earth, and Pass through many sufferings and trials for the happiness of mankind
Boil - In a chimical sense, to Pass from a liquid to an aeriform state or vapor, with a bubbling motion
Sparrow - The Holy Ghost hath taken such notice of this little bird, and thereby rendered the term so familiar to our ears, by his frequent mention of it in Scripture, that I could not altogether find in my heart to Pass it by unnoticed
Shave - ) The act of Passing very near to, so as almost to graze; as, the bullet missed by a close shave. ) To skim along or near the surface of; to Pass close to, or touch lightly, in Passing
Ear - It is better to Pass over an affront from one scoundrel,than to draw a herd about one's ears
West - ) To Pass to the west; to set, as the sun. ) The point in the heavens where the sun is seen to set at the equinox; or, the corresponding point on the earth; that one of the four cardinal points of the compass which is in a direction at right angles to that of north and south, and on the left hand of a person facing north; the point directly opposite to east
Amorites - ...
When Israel approached the promised land, they were in the east, and refused to let Israel Pass; but they were overcome, their cities taken, and the people slain, with Sihon their king. The low state of Jerusalem (Judah) by nature is described by stating her origin, her father being an Amorite and her mother a Hittite, but God in grace had compassion upon her in her degradation, and raised her into great glory; though, alas, she was shamefully unfaithful
Through - From end to end, or from side to side from one surface or limit to the opposite as, to bore through a piece of timber, or through a board a ball Passes through the side of a ship. Noting Passage as, to Pass through a gate or avenue. Through these hands this science has Passed with great applause. Noting Passage among or in the midst of as, to move through water, as a fish to run through a thicket, as a deer
Esdra-e'Lon - The apex on the west is a narrow Pass opening into the plain of 'Akka
Malchus, a Hermit in Syria - The pair agreed, though living separately, to Pass as man and wife
Brush - ) To remove or gather by brushing, or by an act like that of brushing, or by Passing lightly over, as wind; - commonly with off. ) The act of brushing; as, to give one's clothes a brush; a rubbing or grazing with a quick motion; a light touch; as, we got a brush from the wheel as it Passed. ) To touch in Passing, or to Pass lightly over, as with a brush
Port - ) A Passageway; an opening or entrance to an inclosed place; a gate; a door; a portal. ) A Passageway in a machine, through which a fluid, as steam, water, etc. , may Pass, as from a valve to the interior of the cylinder of a steam engine; an opening in a valve seat, or valve face
Condition - ) To put under conditions; to require to Pass a new examination or to make up a specified study, as a condition of remaining in one's class or in college; as, to condition a student who has failed in some branch of study
Debir - This may be located at thoghret ed Debr, the “pass of Debir,” ten miles east of Jerusalem
Life - Organic bodies through the action of the physical and chemical forces inherent in them produce effects which always Pass from the agent to some object distinct from it; these activities are called transient
Korah - The old priesthood of the heads of families Passed away. Dathan and Abiram "came out and stood in the door of their tents, and their wives, and their sons, and their little children," and it came to Pass "that the ground clave asunder that was under them; and the earth opened her mouth and swallowed them up
Flee - Bârach (בָּרַח, Strong's #1272), “to flee, Pass through
Whale - The words of ( Job 7:12 ), uttered in bitter irony, where he asks, "Am I a sea or a whale?" simply mean, "Have I a wild, untamable nature, like the waves of the sea, which must be confined and held within bounds, that they cannot Pass?" "The serpent of the sea, which was but the wild, stormy sea itself, wound itself around the land, and threatened to swallow it up
Challenge - ) To question or demand the countersign from (one who attempts to Pass the lines); as, the sentinel challenged us, with "Who comes there?"...
Religious Life: Not Mere Imitation - At one of the late grand reviews in Eastern Prussia, says a German paper, a brigade of artillery was ordered to Pass at full gallop over a piece of uneven ground, intersected by a ditch full of water
Will (2) - ‘O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup Pass from me; nevertheless not as I will, but as thou wilt’ Mt (Matthew 26:39); ‘I came down from heaven, not to do mine own will, but the will of him that sent me’ (John 6:38)
Lust - This older English usage corresponded to the use of the underlying Hebrew and Greek terms which could be used in a positive sense: of the desire of the righteous (Proverbs 10:24 ), of Christ's desire to eat the Passover with His disciples (Luke 22:15 ), or of Paul's desire to be with Christ (Philippians 1:23 ). 1 John 2:16-17 warns that desires of the flesh and eyes are not from God and will Pass away with the sinful world
Pledge - ) To give or Pass as a security; to guarantee; to engage; to plight; as, to pledge one's word and honor
Section - ) The description or representation of anything as it would appear if cut through by any intersecting plane; depiction of what is beyond a plane Passing through, or supposed to Pass through, an object, as a building, a machine, a succession of strata; profile
Sea - Look upon Zion, the city of our solemnities; thine eyes shall see Jerusalem a quiet habitation, a tabernacle that shall not be taken down, not one of the stakes thereof shall ever be removed, neither shall any of the cords thereof be broken: but there the glorious Lord will be unto us a place of broad rivers and streams, wherein shall go no galley with oars, neither shall gallant ship Pass thereby
Salutation - We are so much in the habit of familiar conversation as we Pass persons we know, that the salutation Good morning, or Good day, or the like, seems but common courtesy
Turbine - The steam is constrained to Pass successively through alternate rows of fixed and moving blades, being expanded down to a condenser pressure of about 1 lb
Abednego - ) I should not have thought it necessary, in a work of this kind, to have noticed the change of name; neither perhaps the name itself, more than many others, to be met with in Scripture, which I shall Pass by; had it not been for the purpose of making an observation upon it; and which I hope will not be found improper or unprofitable
Age - ) In poker, the right belonging to the player to the left of the dealer to Pass the first round in betting, and then to come in last or stay out; also, the player holding this position; the eldest hand
Bethany - About a bow-shot from hence you Pass by the place which they say was Mary Magdalene's house; and thence descending a steep hill, you come to the fountain of the Apostles, which is so called because, as the tradition goes, these holy persons were wont to refresh themselves there between Jerusalem and Jericho,—as it is very probable they might, because the fountain is close to the roadside, and is inviting to the thirsty traveller
Day of the Lord - "The day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall Pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall melt with fervent heat, the earth also and the works that are therein shall be burned up
Use - ...
3: ἀναστρέφω (Strong's #390 — Verb — anastrepho — an-as-tref'-o ) chiefly denotes "to behave, to live in a certain manner," rendered "(were so) used" in Hebrews 10:33 (Passive Voice); the verb, however, does not mean "to treat or use;" here it has the significance of "living amidst sufferings, reproaches," etc. See ABIDE , BEHAVE , LIVE , OVERTHROW , Pass , RETURN
Age - ) In poker, the right belonging to the player to the left of the dealer to Pass the first round in betting, and then to come in last or stay out; also, the player holding this position; the eldest hand
Lodge - ) The space at the mouth of a level next the shaft, widened to permit wagons to Pass, or ore to be deposited for hoisting; - called also platt
Antioch - This city was about 300 miles north of Jerusalem, on the left bank of the river Orontes, 16½ miles from the Mediterranean, in a deep Pass between the Lebanon and the Taurus ranges of mountains
Philippi - But their bounds were miraculously loosed, their jailer converted, and they permitted to Pass on to Amphipolis
Unicorn - The hunters never venture in any numbers to oppose these ferocious animals face to face; but conceal themselves in the thickets or in the branches of the trees, whence they attack the buffaloes as they Pass along
Fire - This sacred fire was preserved by the priests with the utmost care, Isaiah 31:9 , in many ancient religions fire was worshipped; and children were made to Pass through the fire to Moloch, 2 Kings 17:17 Jeremiah 7:31 Ezekiel 16:21 23:37
West - ...
WEST, To Pass to the west to set, as the sun
Hin'Nom - The earliest mention of the valley of Hinnom is in ( Joshua 15:8 ; 18:16 ) where the boundary line between the tribes of Judah and Benjamin is described as Passing along the bed of the ravine. Ahaz and Manasseh made their children "pass through the fire" in this valley, (2 Kings 16:3 ; 2 Chronicles 28:3 ; 33:6 ) and the fiendish custom of infant sacrifice to the fire-gods seems to have been kept up in Tophet, which was another name for this place
Rhodes - It stood at the entrance of the harbor, and was so large that ships in full sail could Pass between its legs
Habitation - ...
4: ἔπαυλις (Strong's #1886 — Noun Feminine — epaulis — ep'-ow-lis ) "a farm, a dwelling" (epi, "upon," aulis, "a place in which to Pass the night, a country house, cottage or cabin, a fold"), is used in Acts 1:20 of the habitation of Judas
Lazarus - ...
The rich man called for Lazarus to come and bring relief to his suffering, but he learnt to his disappointment that no person could Pass from Lazarus’ world to his (Luke 16:24-26)
Cilicia - It was comparatively easy to cross the Amanus range, either by the Syrian Gates (Beilan Pass) to Antioch and Syria, or by the Amanan Gates (Baghche Pass) to North Syria and the Euphrates. He began his second missionary journey by Passing through Cilicia to confirm these churches, after which he must have crossed the Cilician Gates to Lycaonia (Acts 16:1); and probably he took the same road on his third journey (Acts 18:23)
Remnant - ” Isaiah describes the “remnant” of Israel: “And it shall come to Pass in that day, that the remnant of Israel, and such as are escaped of the house of Jacob, shall no more again stay upon him that smote them; but shall stay upon the Lord, the Holy One of Israel, in truth” ( Passages concerning the “remnant”: (1) A “remnant” will survive when the people are subjected to punishment, and (2) the fact that a “remnant” does survive and does remain contains a note of hope for the future. 11:11, the prophet proclaims: “And it shall come to Pass in that day, that the Lord shall set his hand again the second time to recover the remnant of his peoplewhich shall be left from Assyria, and from Egypt, and from Pathros, and from Cush, and from Elam, and from Shinar, and from Hamath, and from the islands of the sea. 4:3 refers to a “remnant” which shares holiness: “And it shall come to Pass, that he that is left [1], and he that remaineth in Jerusalem, shall be called holy. In these Passages, Moses warns that if Israel failed to live up to the stipulations of the Mosaic covenant, the Lord would scatter them among the nations, and then He would regather a “remnant
Abide, Abode - , "to wear through by rubbing, to wear away" (dia, "through," tribo, "to rub"), when used of time, "to spend or Pass time, to stay," is found twice in John's Gospel, 3:22 and 11:54, RV "tarried," instead of "continued;" elsewhere only in the Acts, eight times, 12:19; 14:3,28; 15:35; 16:12; 20:6; 25:6,14. " See BEHAVE , CONVERSATION , LIVE , OVERTHROW , Pass , RETURN. ...
A — 9: αὐλίζομαι (Strong's #835 — Verb — aulizomai — ow-lid'-zom-ahee ) "to lodge," originally "to lodge in the aule, or courtyard," is said of shepherds and flocks; hence, to Pass the night in the open air, as did the Lord, Luke 21:37 ; "to lodge in a house," as of His visit to Bethany, Matthew 21:17
Fall - , but these words may have had one primitive root, the sense of which was to move, to recede, to Pass. To disembogue to Pass at the outlet to flow out of its channel into a pond, lake or sea, as a river. To Pass into a worse state than the former to come as, to fall into difficulties to fall under censure of imputation to fall into error or absurdity to fall into a snare. To Pass into a new state of body or mind to become as, to fall asleep to fall distracted to fall sick to fall into rage or Passion to fall in love to fall into temptation. To Pass or be transferred by chance, lot, distribution, inheritance or otherwise, as possession or property. To sail or Pass towards the mouth of a river, or other outlet
the Samaritan Who Shewed Mercy - And by chance there came down a certain priest that way; and when he saw him, he Passed by on the other side. And likewise a Levite, when he was at the place, came and looked on him, and Passed by on the other side. But a certain Samaritan, as he journeyed, came where he was: and when he saw him, he had compassion on him, and went to him, and bound up his wounds, pouring in oil and wine, and set him on his own beast, and brought him to an inn, and took care of him. "It will be obvious to the intelligent reader," says Thomas Boston's son in editing his father's priceless Autobiography, "that the radical principle upon which this narration is founded, is that God hath preordained whatsoever comes to Pass. And then he should have been making the "bloody Pass" safe to himself and to others by singing to himself,-...
Shew me thy ways, O Lord:Thy paths O teach thou me:And do thou lead me in thy truth,Therein my teacher be. The priest saw enough at the first glance to suffice and satisfy him: but the Levite stopped and went to the side of the road and looked at the half-murdered man, but that one look was enough for him also, for he also Passed by on the other side. When a beggar at one of our road-sides sees a minister coming along with his black clothes and his white neckcloth, the poor wretch feels sure that he will not be Passed by this time without a kind word at any rate. But his disappointment is all the more when the man of God looks the other way and Passes by in silence on the other side. ...
Now, nobody who knew what the Samaritans were would have wondered at one of them setting out on a journey any morning and every morning without a Psalm, and then coming "by chance" on this man and that, all the day, and Passing them by without a thought. But however he set out, psalm or no psalm, and however this Samaritan was occupied as he rode down the Jericho-pass, as God would have it, Behold, there is a half-dead Jew lying in the ditch at the roadside. What do you think would be the thoughts of the half-dead Jew as he saw his own temple-kinsmen Passing by on the other side, and then saw this dog of a Samaritan leaping off his mule? What would he think and say all night as he saw this excommunicated Samaritan lighting the candle to pour oil and wine into his wounds and watching all night at his bedside? That Samaritan mule hobbling down the Jericho-pass with that half-dead burden on its back always reminds me of Samuel Johnson hobbling along to Bolt Court with the half-dead streetwalker on his back and laying her down on old Mrs. But that immortal picture of that midnight street in London, and that immortal picture of that bloody Pass of Adummim, will be sister portraits for ever among the arttreasures of the new Jerusalem. It is not only in the bloody Pass of Adummim and on the midnight street of London that your neighbours are to be come on wounded and half-dead: they are to be found everywhere. For He comes and He goes up and down all the bloody Passes of human life, actually looking for wounded and half-dead men, and for none else. "When I Passed by thee, and saw thee wounded and half dead, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live; yea, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live. Now when I Passed by thee, and looked upon thee, behold, thy time was a time of love. And we who were in the bloody Pass, and were stripped, and wounded, and half-dead, we are the proof of it, and will for ever be the proof and the praise of it
Whirlwind - Whirlwinds and water spouts are supposed to proceed from the same cause; their only difference being, that the latter Pass over the water, and the former over the land. The wind blows in every direction from a large surrounding space, both toward the water spout and the whirlwind; and a water spout has been known to Pass, in its progressive motion, from sea to land, and, when it has reached the latter, to produce all the phenomena and effects of a whirlwind. As they were always harmless, it was an amusing sight to watch these tall pillars of dust as they rapidly Passed by, carrying up every light substance to the height of from one to even three or four hundred feet. Whenever they happened to Pass over our fire, all the ashes were scattered in an instant, and nothing remained but the heavier sticks and logs. This occurred whenever they Passed over rocky ground, or a surface on which there was no dust, nor other substances sufficiently light to be carried up in the vortex
Kadesh - The king of Edom would not permit them to Pass on through his territory, and therefore they commenced an eastward march, and "came unto Mount Hor" (20:22)
Shushan - It reads, "I saw in a vision; and it came to Pass when I saw , that I was at Shushan
Kadesh - The king of Edom would not permit them to Pass on through his territory, and therefore they commenced an eastward march, and "came unto Mount Hor" (20:22)
Topheth - ) From toph , the "drums" beaten to drown the shrieks of the children made to Pass through the fire to Moloch; rather tophet means tabret, so "tabret grove," i
Sympathy: Fruit of Experience - Seeing a countryman Pass by, he endeavored to move him to let him out, but obtained nothing by his motion
Ball - ) A pitched ball, not struck at by the batsman, which fails to Pass over the home base at a height not greater than the batsman's shoulder nor less than his knee
Shade - ; to Pass by slight changes; - used chiefly with a preposition, as into, away, off
Direct - Straight right as, to Pass in a direct line from one body or place to another
Fetch - ...
In the latter Passage, fetch signifies only to bring. To bring or draw as, to fetch a thing within a certain compass. Fetch a compass behind them. A stratagem, by which a thing is indirectly brought to Pass, or by which one thing seems intended and another is done a trick an artifice as a fetch of wit
Camel - Large hump-backed mammal of Asia and Africa used for desert travel to bear burdens or Passengers. A proverb picturing things impossible to accomplish was quoted by Jesus when he said it is easier for a camel to Pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter heaven
Exchange - ) To be changed or received in exchange for; to Pass in exchange; as, dollar exchanges for ten dimes
Mary Magdalene - I cannot prevail upon myself to Pass over this memorable name, without shortly noticing the distinguishing mercy of the Lord Jesus manifested to this poor sinner. And what is more remarkable, the Holy Ghost is particular to tell the church this, in the same moment he speaks of the mercy; for so the sweet and gracious words run" Now when Jesus was risen early the first day of the week, he appeared first to Mary, Magdalene, out of whom he cast seven devils;"Did the kind compassionate, Lord mean to say by this condescending act of grace, that there he will be most gracious where Satan hath been most, cruel? Did he thereby mean to intimate to all his disciples, that the poor lamb of his fold shall have, the softest lying down in his bosom, whom the prowling wolf hath most torn and worried with his claws? Oh! that every deeply-exercised follower of the Lord Jesus would frequently think of this; and, as often as this Magdalene riseth to their recollection, would behold the Lord Jesus in this unequalled act of mercy, that "where sin abounded, grace doth much more abound; that as sin hath reigned unto death, so might grace reign through righteousness unto eternal life, through Jesus Christ our Lord?" (Romans 5:21)...
Bird - ...
Isaiah 31:5 (c) This Passage may refer to the use of airplanes and was literally fulfilled when General Allenby captured Jerusalem in World War I. ...
Hosea 9:11 (b) The actions of the bird in flying away are compared to the way in which the pomp, power, glory, and wealth of Israel was to Pass away. ...
Revelation 18:2 (b) As described under "Babylon," this Passage represents the great religious and political combination which has spread over the whole earth - a mixture of religion and politics in which evil spirits (birds) of every kind revel and dwell
Trace - ) A mark left by anything Passing; a track; a path; a course; a footprint; a vestige; as, the trace of a carriage or sled; the trace of a deer; a sinuous trace. ) To walk over; to Pass through; to traverse
Hazael - All that the prophet Elisha foretold literally came to Pass; and he, that, while the servant of the king his master, stood astonished at the bare mention only of the cruelties Elisha admonished him of, actually perpetrated the very murders which he had shuddered at, when he became clothed with the royal purple
Isaiah - It is more like the writings of a person who was present at Pilate's hall, and Herod's judgment-seat, when describing the sufferings of Jesus, than of one who wrote those events, by the spirit of prediction, more than seven hundred years before the things there spoken of came to Pass
Ahaz - He erected molten images for Baalim, made his children Pass thorough the fire, and gave himself up to open idolatry
Former - The prophetic phrase “former days” (unlike “latter days”) expresses Israel’s past sin and God’s judgment on Israel: “Behold, the former things are come to Pass, and new things do I declare: before they spring forth I tell you of them” ( Lodge, Lodging - 2), then, "to lodge in the open," denotes, in the NT, "to Pass the night, to lodge anywhere," Matthew 21:17 ; Luke 21:37 , RV, "lodged" (AV, "abode"). , as a Passing stranger. " ...
A — 4: ξενίζω (Strong's #3579 — Verb — xenizo — xen-id'-xo ) "to receive as a guest" (xenos, "a guest, stranger"), "to entertain, lodge," is used in the Active Voice in Acts 10:23 ; 28:7 , RV, "entertained" (AV, "lodged"); Hebrews 13:2 , "have entertained;" in the Passive Voice, Acts 10:6 (lit
Trunk - ) A large pipe forming the piston rod of a steam engine, of sufficient diameter to allow one end of the connecting rod to be attached to the crank, and the other end to Pass within the pipe directly to the piston, thus making the engine more compact
Shechem - Thomson describes the situation thus: "Nothing in Palestine surpasses (the vale) in fertility and natural beauty; and this is mainly due to the fine mill-stream which flows through it. The streets are narrow and vaulted over; and in the wintertime it is difficult to Pass along many of them on account of brooks, which rush over the pavement with deafening roar
Cilicia - Paul Passed through the region during the course of his missionary travels (Acts 15:41 ; Acts 27:5 ; Galatians 1:21 ). Through the Cilician Gates (pass) in the Taurus Mountains to the north, through “level” Cilicia itself, and through the Syrian Gates in the Ammanus Mountains to the east ran the great international highway between central Asia Minor and Syria, Mesopotamia, and Egypt
Reginald Pole - When Pope Paul III died he might have become pope "by adoration," but willingly allowed it to Pass
Passage - The act of Passing or moving by land or water, or through the air or other substance as the Passage of a man or a carriage the Passage of a ship or a fowl the Passage of light or a meteor the Passage of fluids through the pores of the body, or from the glands. Clouds intercept the Passage of solar rays. The time of Passing from one place to another. What Passage had you? We had a Passage of twenty five days to Havre de Grace, and of thirty eight days from England. Road way avenue a place where men or things may Pass or be conveyed. And with his pointed dart, ...
Explores the nearest Passage to this heart. What! are my doors opposed against my Passage? ...
5. Right of Passing as, to engage a Passage on board a ship bound to India. Occurrence event incident that which happens as a remarkable Passage in the life of Newton. A Passing away decay. Among whom I expect this treatise will have a fairer Passage than among those deeply imbued with other principles. On consideration of the conduct and Passage of affairs in former times-- ...
10. How commentators each dark Passage shun. Enactment the act of carrying through all the regular forms necessary to give validity as the Passage of a law, or of a bill into a law, by a legislative body. Bird of Passage, a fowl that Passes at certain seasons from one climate to another, as in autumn to the south to avoid the winter's cold, and in spring to the north for breeding
Sacramental Confession - By these words Christ established the Sacrament of Penance as a judicial process, and its ministers, the Apostles and their successors, as judges, with the right and the duty to Pass judgment on those who have sinned after Baptism
Vein - vena, from the root of venio, to come, to Pass. The sense is a Passage, a conduit
Wear - To wear off, to Pass away by degrees
Heir - The NT usage may be analyzed as under: "(a) the person to whom property is to Pass on the death of the owner, Matthew 21:38 ; Mark 12:7 ; Luke 20:14 ; Galatians 4:1 ; (b) one to whom something has been assigned by God, on possession of which, however, he has not yet entered, as Abraham, Romans 4:13,14 ; Hebrews 6:17 ; Christ, Hebrews 1:2 ; the poor saints, James 2:5 ; (c) believers, inasmuch as they share in the new order of things to be ushered in at the return of Christ, Romans 8:17 ; Galatians 3:29 ; 4:7 ; Titus 3:7 ; (d) one who receives something other than by merit, as Noah, Hebrews 11:7
Laeghaire - Pass
Rehoboam - This had been prophesied of, and the folly of Rehoboam brought it thus to Pass. Thus the glory of Solomon soon Passed away! Rehoboam reigned over Judah and Benjamin, under the title of JUDAH, seventeen years, from B
Hymns - In theThird and Fourth Centuries the Christian Religion began to growlargely in the number of its followers, in wealth and position;magnificent churches were built under Constantine the Emperor, andthen it came to Pass that choirs were instituted definitely by theCouncil of Laodicea, A
Heresy - ’ From this it Passes to ‘the thing chosen,’ and so ‘a plan,’ ‘a purpose. ...
In the Passages in which the word occurs in the Acts, it has the meaning of a religious party, e. In this Passage ‘heresy’ and ‘schism’ (q. But in 2 Peter 2:1 a new meaning is introduced, and from the idea of a party or sect we Pass to the principles and teaching which characterize the sect. As this Epistle was written at a much later date than the Acts, it marks the gradual transformation that was going on in the meaning of ‘heresy’ as it Passed from party or sect, first to schism and finally to erroneous teaching. By the time that we Pass into the sub-apostolic period, αἴρεσις connotes theological error and false teaching, and the sense of a sect or party gradually recedes till it Passes away entirely. Two Passages from Ignatius may be quoted in support of this: ὅτι πάντες κατὰ ἀλήθειαν ζῆτε καὶ ὅτι ἐν ὑμῖν οὐδεμὶα αἵρεσις κατοικεῖ (ad Eph
Predestination - Is the decree of God, whereby he hath for his own glory fore-ordained whatever comes to Pass. ...
If we allow the attribute of prescience, the idea of a decree must certainly be believed also, for how can an action that is really to come to Pass be foreseen, if it be not determined? God knew every thing from the beginning; but this he could not have known if he had not so determined it. But, supposing there are difficulties in this subject (and what subject is without it?) the Scripture abounds with Passages which at once prove the doctrine, Matthew 25:34
Foolishness - The good of life cannot be in earth’s riches which Pass from owner to owner, and whose possession is at the mercy of death, which is only an accident to the immortal soul (Luke 12:20). Their heart-culture, their spirits’ discipline have been sleeping: and the chances of life Pass them by
Galley - ...
There is a beautiful thought suggested in the Passage of Isaiah, where he speaks of the galley with oars, which may be in some measure a relief from the distressing views before noticed; and for the introduction of which, indeed, I have mentioned this article, and that is, the peculiar security of the Lord's presence over his people upon such, and upon every other occasion of alarm. "But there" (said he) "the glorious Lord will be unto us a place of broad rivers and streams, wherein shall go no galley with oars, neither shall gallant ship Pass thereby. No gallant ship can Pass by him, who is purposely there to prevent it. " (See the whole Passage, Isaiah 33:20-24)...
Journey, Journeyings - 1, and poros, "a way, a Passage"), is used of the Lord's journey to Samaria, John 4:6 , and of Paul's "journeyings," 2 Corinthians 11:26 . ...
B — 2: διαπορεύομαι (Strong's #1279 — Verb — diaporeuo — dee-ap-or-yoo'-om-ahee ) "to carry over," used in the Passive Voice with the meaning "to Pass by, to journey through," is translated "in my journey," in Romans 15:24 , lit. , "journeying through;" in Luke 18:36 , RV, "going by" (AV "pass by"). ...
B — 6: εὐοδόω (Strong's #2137 — Verb — euodoo — yoo-od-o'-o ) "to help on one's way" (eu, "well," and hodos), is used in the Passive Voice with the meaning "to have a prosperous journey;" so the AV of Romans 1:10 ; the RV, "I may be prospered" rightly expresses the metaphorical use which the verb acquired, without reference to a "journey;" see 1 Corinthians 16:2 ; 3 John 1:2
Give - The sense of give is generally to Pass, or to transfer, that is, to send or throw. To bestow to confer to Pass or transfer the title or property of a thing to another person without an equivalent or compensation. To Pass or deliver the property of a thing to another for an equivalent to pay. The Passive participle is much used in this sense as, the people are given to luxury and pleasure the youth is given to study
Moabite - On their journey the Israelites did not Pass through Moab, but through the "wilderness" to the east (Deuteronomy 2:8 ; Judges 11:18 ), at length reaching the country to the north of the Arnon
Megiddo - Here king Ahaziah ( 2 Kings 9:27 ) died; and the good king Josiah, interfering in a quarrel between Pharaoh-necho and the king of Assyria, and opposing the former’s progress in the dangerous Passage of Megiddo, was also slain ( 2 Kings 23:29-30 , 2 Chronicles 35:22 ), to the grief of all Israel ( Zechariah 12:11 ). The Importance of the site can be seen at a glance, for it guards the great Pass from the Plain of Sharon to that of Esdraelon, which in all history, from Thothmes iii
City - The streets of eastern cities are generally narrow, seldom allowing more than two loaded camels to Pass one another. But Nineveh's admitted of chariots Passing, and had large parks and gardens within (Nahum 2:4)
Discretion - Discretion, the more it is discovered, gives a greater authority to the person who possesses it; cunning, when it is once detected, loses its force, and makes a man incapable of bringing about even those events which he might have done, had he Passed only for a plain man. In short, cunning is only the mimic of discretion, and may Pass upon weak men, in the same manner as vivacity is often mistaken for wit, and gravity for wisdom
Laban - When Laban pursued after them and overtook them at Mount Gilead ( Genesis 31:32 ), he did no more than reproach Jacob for his stealthy flight and for his removal of the teraphim , and finally made a covenant of peace by setting up a cairn of stones and a pillar; these served as a boundary-stone between the Aramæans and the Hebrews, which neither were to Pass with hostile intent to the other
Miss - To omit to Pass by to go without to fail to have as, to miss a meal of victuals
Valley - It may refer also to the times of deep sorrow and trouble through which persons Pass along life's pathway. (See under "BONES"), for a description of this truth found in this Passage)
Peter, Second Epistle of - The day of the Lord was a means to an and, and would make way for the day of God, and the fulfilment of His promise of new heavens and a new earth, in which righteousness would reside, and in view of which the existing heavens and earth would Pass away
Hananiah - The words of Jeremiah come to Pass: Hananiah dies in the seventh month ( Jeremiah 28:17 )
Cain - " It came to Pass "in process of time" (marg
Joy - Watts on the Pass
Judgment - Is that act of the mind whereby one thing is affirmed or denied of another; or that power of the soul which Passes sentence on things proposed to its examination, and determines what is right or wrong: and thus it approves or disapproves of an action, or an object considered as true or false, fit or unfit, good or evil. All our ideas of objects, concerning which we Pass judgment, should be clear, distinct, complete, comprehensive, extensive, and orderly
Vision - ” This noun, which occurs 9 times, refers to a prophetic “vision” in Joel 2:28: “And it shall come to Pass afterward, that I will pour out my spirit upon all flesh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions
Lip - The compression of the “lips” was an indication of evil thoughts or motivation: “He shutteth his eyes to devise froward things: moving his lips he bringeth evil to Pass” ( Media - It was an elevated and mountainous country, and formed a kind of Pass between the cultivated parts of eastern and western Asia. They would also be opposed in their Passage through Kir, or Assyria Proper, not only by the native Assyrians, but also by their enemies, the Syrians, transplanted thither before them
Face - Moses begs of God to show him his face, or to manifest his glory; he replies, "I will make all my goodness Pass before thee," and I will proclaim my name; "but my face thou canst not see; for there shall no man see it and live!" The persuasion was very prevalent in the world, that no man could support the sight of Deity, Genesis 16:13 ; Genesis 32:30 ; Exodus 20:19 ; Exodus 24:11 ; Judges 6:22-23
Fly - ...
In Isaiah 7:18 , the prophet describing the armies of Egypt and Assyria, each under the symbol of one of the prevalent insects in those countries, says, "And it shall come to Pass in that day that the Lord shall hiss for the fly that is in the uttermost part of the rivers of Egypt;" (or rather, as the same Hebrew word is rendered in Exodus 16:35 , the fly that is in the borders of the streams of Egypt,)" and for the bee that is in the land of Assyria
Marriage - The sad prevalence of divorce in the United States mightnot have come to Pass if people had clear ideas of what Marriagereally is
Necessity - Man is a necessary agent, if all his actions be so determined by the causes preceding each action, that not one past action could possibly not have come to Pass, or have been otherwise than it hath been, nor one future action can possibly not come to Pass, or be otherwise than it shall be
Passover, the - Jehovah being about to cut off all the firstborn of Egypt, the Israelites were ordered to sprinkle the blood of a lamb, taken for each house, on the lintel and two side posts of their houses, and the promise was given, "The Lord will Pass over the door, and will not suffer the destroyer to come in unto your houses to smite you. When they should come to the promised land they were enjoined to keep the Passover, as one of their yearly feasts. ...
The Passover sets forth typically the offering of Christ as that in which the righteousness of God in regard of sin has been declared. This removal was brought to Pass vicariously in the person of the righteous One who gave Himself a ransom for all. ...
The Lord Jesus greatly desired to eat the last Passover with His disciples, forming, as they did, a unique 'family' circle. ...
The Jewish authorities state the manner of eating the Passover at the time of the Lord to have been as follows:...
1. All the dishes were removed from the table, and the children or proselytes were instructed in the meaning of the Passover. The dishes were then brought back, and the president said, "This is the Passover which we eat, because the Lord Passed over the houses of our fathers in Egypt. ...
Connected with the Passover is the FEAST OF UNLEAVENED BREAD. This feast was intimately connected with the Passover: "Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us: therefore let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and wickedness: but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth. ...
It appears evident that the term 'passover' was also applied to the Feast of Unleavened Bread, as in Deuteronomy 16:2 : "Thou shalt therefore sacrifice the Passover unto the Lord thy God, of the flock and the herd. " The 'herd' here must refer to the seven days' feast; and this may account for the Jews refusing to go into the judgement hall "lest they should be defiled, but that they might eat the Passover," John 18:28 , though they had eaten the paschal lamb the night before
River; Wadi - ...
In some Passages nâhâr may represent a “canal(s)”: “Say unto Aaron, Take thy rod, and stretch out thine hand upon the waters of Egypt, upon their streams [1], upon their rivers [2], and upon their ponds …” ( Passed over me” (Jonah 2:3). This Passage appears to be a literary allusion to the pagan concept of the creation and structure of the world—the next verse is “Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord?” ( Pass thereby” (cf. In other Passages a “river” is a figure of trouble and difficulty: “When thou Passest through the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee …” ( Pass in the last days that the mountain of the Lord’s house shall be established in the top of the mountains, and shall be exalted above the hills; and all nations shall flow unto it
Lucian - In the end the scoffer brings himself to derision, because he ventures to Pass sentence on the phenomena of a world of which he has not the slightest conception, and which to his eyes, buried as they are in the films of the earth, is entirely closed. How blinded must he have been to Pass thus lightly over such a phenomenon! But men of his ready wit are apt to exert it with too great readiness on all subjects
Continue, Continuance - 1: γίνομαι (Strong's #1096 — Verb — ginomai — ghin'-om-ahee ) signifies (a) "to begin to be" (suggesting origin); (b) "to become" (suggesting entrance on a new state); (c) "to come to Pass" (suggesting effect); hence with the meaning (c) it is translated "continued" in Acts 19:10 . ...
10: διανυκτερεύω (Strong's #1273 — Verb — dianuktereuo — dee-an-ook-ter-yoo'-o ) "to Pass the night through" (dia, "through," nux, "a night"), "to continue all night," is found in Luke 6:12 , of the Lord in spending all night in prayer
Tribulation - ’ θλίβω is translation ‘afflict’ in Revised Version in every Passage in which it occurs except 2 Corinthians 4:8 (‘press’) and 1 Thessalonians 3:4 (pass. The latter Passage in Authorized Version is translation ‘suffer tribulation. ’ In half of the Passages, however, this Gr. … And it will come to Pass when they will say in their thoughts by reason of their much tribulation: “The Mighty One doth no longer remember the earth”-yea, it will come to Pass when they abandon hope, that the time will then awake’ (Apoc
Bethel -
A place in Central Palestine, about 10 miles north of Jerusalem, at the head of the Pass of Michmash and Ai
Zedekiah - And thus it came to Pass: on being carried before Nebuchadnezzar at Riblah, his sons were slain before his face, then his eyes were put out, and he was carried to Babylon
Foreknowledge of God - Is his foresight or knowledge of every thing that is to come to Pass, Acts 2:23
Scoffer: Silenced - A few days afterwards he took Passage in a steamer ascending the Mississippi, and found on board several of the citizens of that town, among whom was a disciple of Tom Paine, noted as the ringleader of a band of infidels. ' 'Well, if you were to send out a dove, he would Pass over that scene and see in it all that was beautiful and lovely, and delight himself in gazing at and admiring it; but if you were to send out a buzzard over precisely the same scene, he would see in it nothing to fix his attention, unless he could find some rotten carcass that would be loathsome to all other animals, in which case he would alight and gloat upon it with exquisite pleasure. The infidel walked off in confusion, and went by the name of 'The Buzzard' during the remainder of the Passage
Tarshish - Isaiah 23:6; Isaiah 23:10 ("pass through thy land as a river, O daughter of Tarshish," i
Meet - ...
Ye shall Pass over armed before your brethren, the children of Israel, all that are meet for the war. Of vice or virtue, whether blest or curst, ...
Which meets contempt, or which compassion first
Float - ) To Pass over and level the surface of with a float while the plastering is kept wet
Heaven - It will Pass away. ...
That there are various heavens is evident; Satan cannot have entrance into the glory, and Paul speaks of being caught up into the third heavens, 2 Corinthians 12:2 ; and the Lord Jesus Passed through the heavens, and we read of 'the heaven of heavens
Boundary - ...
Gebûl can suggest the farthest extremity of a thing: “Thou hast set a bound that they may not Pass over; that they turn not again to cover the earth” ( Passages as Passages, such as Sychar - However Sychar may have been close to the well; and (Thomson, Land and Book, 31) the present village, Aschar, just above Jacob's well, on the side of Ebal and on the road by which caravans Pass from Jerusalem to Damascus, and by which doubtless Jesus Passed between Judaea and Galilee, may answer to Sychar
Die - ) To Pass from an animate to a lifeless state; to cease to live; to suffer a total and irreparable loss of action of the vital functions; to become dead; to expire; to perish; - said of animals and vegetables; often with of, by, with, from, and rarely for, before the cause or occasion of death; as, to die of disease or hardships; to die by fire or the sword; to die with horror at the thought
Isaiah (2) - , Moab, 15; Ethiopia, 18; Egypt, 19; and Tyre, 23, Pass successively before the prophet's mind, and their doom is predicted. The prophecies of Babylon's desolation and of Tyre's ruin are among the most poetic and the sublimest Passages in all literature
Far - connected with, a way, a Passing, to Pass or go
Armour (2) - ...
The Passage has a soteriological and an eschatological bearing. (1) It points to the power of Christ as able to dislodge evil Passions and habits from the heart (cf. Matthew 10:28 et Pass. ...
For Passages descriptive of Roman armour of the time, in Polybius and Josephus, see Hasting's Dictionary of the Bible, s
Abel - ]'>[3] supplies the words ‘Let us Pass through into the plain,’ but this may be a mere gloss, and it cannot be known how much of the story is lost
Eli Eli Lama Sabachthani - The reader will not wish to Pass over this well known cry of Jesus on the cross; but will be gratified with the continued attention of it
Ahab - He disguised himself, but an arrow, shot at a venture, smote him between the joints of his armour, and he was wounded to death, and the prediction of Elijah came literally to Pass
Divine, Practice Divination - ...
Divination was a pagan parallel to prophesying: “There shall not be found among you anyone who makes his son or daughter Pass through the fire, one who uses divination
Dreams - God expressly condemned to death all who pretended to have prophetic dreams, and to foretel futurities, even though what they foretold came to Pass, if they had any tendency to promote idolatry, Deuteronomy 13:1-3
Lock - ) An inclosure in a canal with gates at each end, used in raising or lowering boats as they Pass from one level to another; - called also lift lock
Penuel - Penuel is mentioned also in the history of Gideon, as a place with a strong tower or castle which Gideon destroyed ( Judges 8:8-9 ; Judges 8:17 ); it may be inferred from this Passage that Penuel was a little E. But to each of these identifications there are grave objections: as regards Merrill’s site, it is expressly declared by other travellers that the banks of the Jabbok for many miles above Tulûl edh-Dhahab are on both sides so lofty and precipitous as to afford no way for either the Midianites or Gideon to Pass along them (see ExpT e'Dom, Idumae'a - The Edomites peremptorily refused to permit the Israelites to Pass through their land
Execution - Jews could Pass the death sentence upon their own people for offences relating to Jewish law, but they could not carry it out
Joshua - He was about the age of eighty-four when he received the divine command to Pass over Jordan, and take possession of the promised land, Joshua 1:1-2 . There are two Passages in this book which show that it was written by a person contemporary with the events it records. In the first verse of the fifth chapter, the author speaks of himself as being one of those who had Passed into Canaan: "And it came to Pass when all the kings of the Amorites, which were on the side of Jordan westward, and all the kings of the Canaanites, which were by the sea, heard that the Lord had dried up the waters of Jordan from before the children of Israel, until we were Passed over, that their heart melted
Traverse - ) A work thrown up to intercept an enfilade, or reverse fire, along exposed Passage, or line of work. ) The zigzag course or courses made by a ship in Passing from one place to another; a compound course. ) To turn, as on a pivot; to move round; to swivel; as, the needle of a compass traverses; if it does not traverse well, it is an unsafe guide. ) To Pass over and view; to survey carefully
Vale, Valley - ...
The reference in Psalms 23:4 to the ‘valley of the shadow of death’ may be simply figurative of a place of peril and loneliness, or, as Gunkel holds, the place through which the ancient Hebrews supposed the soul had to Pass on the way to the under world
Kishon River - It breaks by a narrow Pass beneath the height Harothieh (perhaps related to "Harosheth") into the Acre or Acca plain
Will of God - For that which he has from all eternity determined, which is unchangeable, and must certainly come to Pass; this is called his secret will
Sanhedrin - Although it could Pass the death sentence, the Sanhedrin could not carry it out without permission from Rome (Matthew 26:66; Matthew 27:1-2; John 18:30-31)
Gerizim And Ebal - ” Two mountains which form the sides of an important east-west Pass in central Israel known as the valley of Shechem
Hormah - frontier of Canaan, the Pass by which Israel probably ascended from the Et Tih desert and the Arabah. This sets aside the objection to Numbers 14:45 and Numbers 21:3 as if these Passages were post-Mosaic because of Judges 1:17
Veil - Only the high priest was allowed to Pass through the veil and then only on the Day of Atonement (Leviticus 16:2 )
Conversion - ‘turn’ for Pass
Kadesh - It lies in the territory of the ‘Azâzine Arabs, about 50 miles south of Beersheba, to the south-west of Naqb es-Safâh a Pass opening towards Palestine from Wâdy el-Fiqra , which may he the Ascent of Akrabbim and east of Wâdy Jerûr
Generation - " In Matthew 24:34 "this generation shall not Pass (namely, the Jewish race, of which the generation in Christ's days was a sample in character; compare Christ's address to the generation, Matthew 23:35-36, in proof that generation means at times the whole Jewish race) until all these things be fulfilled," a prophecy that the Jews shall be a distinct people still when He shall come again
Hell - ' It refers to an invisible place or state, which may have several applications, according to the connection of each Passage. ἅδης, hades, which occurs where this last Passage is quoted in Acts 2:27,31 ; and has the same meaning in other Passages: Matthew 11:23 ; Matthew 16:18 ; Luke 16:23 ; Revelation 1:18 ; Revelation 6:8 ; Revelation 20:13,14 . ' It was the place near Jerusalem where the Jews made their children Pass through fire to heathen gods, and which was afterwards defiled
Drag - ) To draw along, as something burdensome; hence, to Pass in pain or with difficulty
Walk - ) That in or through which one walks; place or distance walked over; a place for walking; a path or avenue prepared for foot Passengers, or for taking air and exercise; way; road; hence, a place or region in which animals may graze; place of wandering; range; as, a sheep walk. ) To Pass through, over, or upon; to traverse; to perambulate; as, to walk the streets
Hand - ) To give, Pass, or transmit with the hand; as, he handed them the letter. ) A gambling game played by American Indians, consisting of guessing the whereabouts of bits of ivory or the like, which are Passed rapidly from hand to hand
Hospitality - " (Deuteronomy 10:19) But how infinitely higher are the motives enforced in the consideration, that Jesus, the heavenly stranger, came to visit us in our ruined state, and so journeyed among us as a wayfaring man for a little space, that we might dwell with him for ever! And how blessed also, on the other hand, is the consideration, that when this divine Samaritan, as a stranger, Passed by, and saw our whole nature robbed and plundered by the great enemy of souls, he took us up, and brought us to the inn of his church and ordinances, and hath there commanded us to be well taken care of until his second coming, when he will recompense every minute act of kindness shewn us for his sake! Such views of Jesus enforce hospitality indeed, in the highest extent, and compel by a motive of the most persuasive nature. The "cup of cold water" given in the name and for the sake of a disciple, cannot be given unnoticed, neither Pass unrewarded
Sufficiency - ...
The word is translated variously according to the needs of a given Passage. ” Other Passages use this word of money ( Passages such as Pass, after [6] they went forth, that David behaved himself more wisely than all the servants of Saul …” ( Camp - Third, the word “camp” is used to describe the whole people of Israel: “And it came to Pass on the third day in the morning, that there were thunders and lightnings, and a thick cloud upon the mount, and the voice of the trumpet exceeding loud; so that all the people that was in the camp trembled” ( Command - ...
6: παραγγέλλω (Strong's #3853 — Verb — parangello — par-ang-gel'-lo ) "to announce beside" (para, "beside," angello, "to announce"), "to Pass on an announcement," hence denotes "to give the word, order, give a charge, command," e
Flood - in the which the heavens shall Pass away with a great noise, and the elements shall be dissolved with fervent heat, and the earth and the works that are therein shall be burned up
Witch And Wizard - Their unlawful arts were near akin to the others forbidden in Deuteronomy 18:10-11 : "There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to Pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch, or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer
Ownership - Land Passed from father to son but could be given to a daughter. The law of the kinsman-redeemer (Leviticus 25:25 ) was developed to assure that land belonging to a particular clan did not Pass out of its hands despite the death of an heirless husband
Nicetius, Archbaptist of Treves - In his day the bishop was already beginning to Pass into the baron, and Nicetius was a territorial lord (Freeman, Augusta Treverorum, Histor
Reprobate - Paul uses the word when speaking of the natural condition of the heathen world, alienated from God, abandoned to their lusts and Passions and to a reprobate mind (εἰς ἀδόκιμον νοῦν), as if, having failed to avail themselves of the light of nature, they were now left without it altogether and without hope of amendment at all. Paul uses the word in a Passage where he is comparing the Christian life in its strenuousness to the contests in the Grecian games. ...
The Passage in Hebrews 6:8 where ἀδόκιμος is used not of persons but of the land is, taken in connexion with its preceding context, very suggestive. Paul and the writer of the Epistle to the Hebrews in these Passages are not presenting a reasoned system of predestination and election, but rather dealing with what may happen under the stress and strain of temptation and trial in the ordinary tenor of the Christian life, and emphasizing the need of diligence and watchfulness, if they and their readers would make their calling and election sure. The distinction drawn by the Apostle when speaking of ‘the vessels of wrath’ and ‘the vessels of mercy’ in the above Passage is significant. Of the former he uses the Passive and impersonal form, ‘fitted to destruction’; of the latter he speaks in the active voice, ‘the preparation’ being directly attributed to God. Our Lord similarly distinguishes between the sentence which no will Pass in the Judgment on those on His right hand and that on those on His left. ’...
It is interesting as a matter of NT interpretation to notice that three of the most notable of the Reformed Confessions-the Heidelberg Catechism, the Revised Thirty-nine Articles, and the Scots Confession of 1560-pass the subject of reprobation over in silence
God: Vague Conceptions of - One day an elephant happened to Pass through the place: the villagers crowded to the spot where this animal was standing
Maranatha - ...
The Passage runs as follows: ...
‘Let grace come, and this world Pass away. It is noticeable also that in both Passages the expression is used as a concluding formula. It is clear from the Passage in the Didache cited above that ‘Maranatha’ cannot be regarded as a formula of excommunication synonymous with ‘anathema’ (so Calvin, comparing ‘Abba, Father’)
Ittai - "...
So David desired him to Pass forward over the Kedron, and Ittai the Gittite, and all his men, and all the little ones with him (for he and his men brought their whole families: 1 Samuel 27:3; 1 Samuel 30:3; 1 Samuel 30:6), Passed on
Rainbow - I know not how it is, but so it is, as if by natural instinct, as often as I see that beautiful arch in the heavens called the rainbow, I call to mind what JEHOVAH once said after the deluge: "I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth and it shall come to Pass, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the bow shall be seen in the cloud
Gold - ” This is its meaning in its first biblical appearance: “The name of the first is Pison: that is it which compasseth the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold” ( Pass, as the camels had done drinking, that the man took a golden earring of half a shekel weight, and two bracelets for her hands of ten shekels weight of gold …” ( Mill - ) To Pass through a fulling mill; to full, as cloth. ) To shape, finish, or transform by Passing through a machine; specifically, to shape or dress, as metal, by means of a rotary cutter. ) A Passage underground through which ore is shot
Brazen Serpent - By divine command "Moses made a serpent of brass," or copper, and "put it upon a pole; and it came to Pass, that if a serpent had bitten any man, when he beheld the serpent of brass, he lived," Numbers 21:6-9
Stork - The very learned and judicious Bochart has collected a variety of Passages from the ancients, in which they testify this curious particular. ...
It is a bird of Passage, and is spoken of as such in Scripture: "The stork knoweth her appointed time," Jeremiah 8:7 . "For about the space of a fortnight before they Pass from one country to another," says Dr
Lead - To Pass to spend, that is, to draw out as, to lead a life of gayety, or a solitary life
Look - Fate sees thy life lodged in a brittle glass, and looks it through, but to it cannot Pass. ...
To overlook, has a different sense, to Pass over without seeing
Necessitarians - Man is, therefore, a necessary agent, if all his actions be so determined by the causes preceding each action, that not one past action could possibly not have come to Pass, or have been otherwise than it hath been; and not one future action can possibly not come to Pass, or be otherwise than it shall be. ...
The doctrine of necessity is nearly connected with that of predestination, which, of late years, has assumed a form very different from that which it formerly possessed: for, instead of being considered as a point to be determined almost entirely by the sacred writings, it has, in the hands of a number of able writers, in a great measure resolved itself into a question of natural religion, under the head of the philosophical liberty or necessity of the will; or, whether all human actions are, or are not, necessarily determined by motives arising from the character which God has impressed on our minds, and the train of circumstances amidst which his providence has placed us? The Calvinistic doctrine of predestination is, that "God, for his own glory, hath foreordained whatsoever comes to Pass. And they that believe all that the Scripture says on the one hand, of the eternity of future punishments, and on the other, of God's compassion to sinners, and his solemn assurance that he desires not their death, will find the difficulty greatly increased
Edom - At the time of the Exodus they churlishly refused permission to the Israelites to Pass through their land (Numbers 20:14-21 ), and ever afterwards maintained an attitude of hostility toward them
Deep, the - ...
In the account of the Exodus from Egypt, God's action in parting the waters for the Israelites to Pass is expressed poetically as a dividing of the waters of the deep (Exodus 15:8 )
Midianite - After the Exodus, the Midianites were friendly to the Israelites so long as they traversed only their outlying pasture-ground on the west of the Arabah; but when, having Passed the southern end of Edom, they entered into the land of Midian proper, they joined with Balak, the king of Moab, in a conspiracy against them (Numbers 22:4-7 ). They now wholly Pass away from the page of history both sacred and profane
Sea - GOD opens a path for His child to enter and Pass safely through them
Olves, Mount of - Here he gave them the beautiful parables of the ten virgins and the five talents (25); here he was wont to retire on each evening for meditation, and prayer, and rest of body, when weary and harassed by the labours and trials of the day (Luke 21:37 ); and here he came on the night of his betrayal to utter that wonderful prayer, 'O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup Pass from me: nevertheless not as I will, but as thou wilt' (Matthew 26:39 )
Basilidians - ...
Hence, the Supreme God, beholding with compassion the miserable state of rational beings, who groaned under the contest of these jarring powers, sent from heaven his son Nus, or Christ, the chief of the aions, that, joined in a substantial union with the man Jesus, he might restore the knowledge of the Supreme God, destroy the empire of those angelic natures which presided over the world, and particularly that of the arrogant leader of the Jewish people. Disobedient spirits, on the contrary, shall Pass successively into other bodies
Last - First, it means “last” as contrasted to the first of two things: “And it shall come to Pass, if they will not believe thee, neither hearken to the voice of the first sign, that they will believe the voice of the latter sign” ( Teacher (2) - In two other Passages besides this, viz. They Pass into the soul of man and there quicken and create new life. The discourse with Nicodemus (John 3) was intended to emphasize this very fact, that Jesus was not only a Teacher but a Saviour, and that the Passport into the Kingdom of God was not mere knowledge, but a new life which demands new birth
Move - To excite into action to affect to agitate to rouse as, to move the Passions. ...
When he saw the multitudes, he was moved with compassion on them--Matthew 9 ...
6. MOVE, To change place or posture to stir to Pass or go in any manner or direction from one place or part of space to another
Trance - (1) In the only Passage-- (Numbers 24:4,16 ) --in which this word occurs in the English of the Old Testament italics show no corresponding word in Hebrew. trance) is the state in which a man has Passed out of the usual order of his life, beyond the usual limits of consciousness and volition, being rapt in causes of this state are to be traced commonly to strong religious impressions. Whatever explanation may be given of it, it is true of many, if not of most, of those who have left the stamp of their own character on the religious history of mankind, that they have been liable to Pass at times into this abnormal state
u'Rim And Thum'Mim - (Leviticus 8:8 ) They Pass from Aaron to Eleazar with the sacred ephod and other pontificalia
Blow - ) To cause air to Pass through by the action of the mouth, or otherwise; to cause to sound, as a wind instrument; as, to blow a trumpet; to blow an organ
Down - Hence figuratively, we Pass down the current of life or of time
Fit - Pass pat
Glass - The Egyptians could inlay it with gold and enamel, and permeate opaque glass with variously colored designs, and make the same hue and devices Pass in right lines directly through the substance; and imitate precious stones
Lawlessness - Nay, not one tittle can Pass away from the Law (Matthew 5:18)
Present - ) To Pass over, esp
Hebrew - ...
The root of the word is 'to Pass over,' as when one Passes over a river, or from one region to another
Firstfruits - At the Passover, on the morrow after the sabbath, a sheaf of green barley (which is earlier than wheat), of the first fruits of the crop, was waved before the Lord. The Talmud adds that companies of 24 used to assemble at evening m a central station, and Pass the night in the open air; the leader in the morning summoned them, "Let us arise and go up to mount Zion, the house of the Lord our God
Serve - ) To Pass or spend, as time, esp
Couch - It is in use at this day, to couch vessels in walls, to gather the wind from the top, and Pass it down in spouts into rooms
Fair - Open direct, as a way or Passage. to trade, whence, emporium, the primary sense of which is to Pass
Full - It came to Pass, at the end of two full years, that Pharoah dreamed - Genesis 41
Shoot - ) To Pass rapidly through, over, or under; as, to shoot a rapid or a bridge; to shoot a sand bar. , are caused to slide; also, a narrow Passage, either natural or artificial, in a stream, where the water rushes rapidly; esp
Edom - ...
When Israel was approaching the land of Palestine, Moses appealed to Edom to let them Pass through their country, but they refused. The Israelites therefore returned south by way of the Red Sea (Gulf of Akaba) in order to compass the land of Edom, and then kept to the east of Edom until they reached the land of Moab. Of Jerusalem they said, "Rase it, rase it, even to the foundation thereof," Psalm 137:7 , evincing, as also do other Passages, the hatred and jealousy of the descendants of Esau
Joining the Church - Because, in whatever religious teachingthey receive, their Baptism is never referred to, and they are neverreminded that they are now God's children by adoption and gracebecause baptized, it comes to Pass that, when these same childrenare asked to be confirmed, they think and act as if they wereinvited to "join the Church
Come - ...
To come about, to happen to fall out to come to Pass to arrive. ...
To come by, to Pass near a popular phrase. ...
Come is an intransitive verb, but the participle come is much used with the substantive verb, in the Passive form
Cut - To divide to cleave, by Passing through as, a ship cuts the briny deep. To cut across, to Pass by a shorter course, so as to cut off an angle or distance. To Pass into or through and sever to enter and divide the parts as, an instrument cuts well. To divide by Passing. A near Passage, by which an angle is cut off a shorter cut
Eagle - I cannot Pass over this article in our Concordance, in as much as we find frequent mention made of the eagle in Scripture. The beautiful comparison, made in allusion to this bird, in providing safety for her young, to that of the Lord Jesus carrying his people as on eagle's wings, is too striking hastily to Pass it by
Figure - In rhetoric, a mode of speaking or writing in which words are deflected from their ordinary signification, or a mode more beautiful and emphatical than the ordinary way of expressing the sense the language of the imagination and Passions as, knowledge is the light of the mind the soul mounts on the wings of faith youth is the morning of life. In music, to Pass several notes for one to form runnings or variations
Pastor - "He calleth his own sheep by name:" they shall all Pass (saith the Holy Ghost, by the prophet Jeremiah, Jeremiah 33:13) "under the hands of him that telleth them
Apollos - But Apollos knew only the water baptism of John; he did not yet know that what John had foretold ("I indeed baptize you with water unto repentance, but He Messiah shall baptize you with the Holy Spirit and with fire") had actually come to Pass, in the church's baptism with the Spirit on Pentecost, and that graces and gifts were now being bestowed on the several living stones composing "the temple of the Holy Spirit. But Apollos was disinclined to come at that time; probably to give no handle for party zeal, until the danger of it should have Passed away
Megiddo - edge of the Esdraelon or Jezreel plain, the frontier of Issachar and Manasseh, commanding a Pass from the N
Version, the Revised English - This originated with a resolution Passed in the Convocation of Canterbury in the year 1870. , "To Pass from the one to the other is as it were, to alight from a well-built and well-hung carriage which glides easily over a macadamised road — and to get into one which has bad springs, or none at all, and in which you are jolted in ruts with aching bones over the stones of a newly-mended and rarely- traversed road
Bank - ) To Pass by the banks of
Olivet Discourse, the - The discourse (Matthew 24-25 ; Mark 13:1 ), is in part an apocalypse because it uses symbolic, visionary language that makes it a difficult Passage to understand. The sermon is interrupted by the statement, “This generation shall not Pass, till all these things be fulfilled” (Matthew 24:34 )
Drive - To impel by influence of Passion. To Pass in a carriage as, he drove to London. Passage in a carriage
Amorite (the) - , was refused leave to Pass through his land to the fords of Jordan
Double - ) To Pass around or by; to march or sail round, so as to reverse the direction of motion
Peter - We must not however totally Pass by our improvements on the apostle's life and character, though we do not think it necessary to go over the history of this great man
Drop - ) To come to an end; to cease; to Pass out of mind; as, the affair dropped
Esau - The blessing of Esau was "Thy dwelling shall be the fatness of the earth, and of the dew of heaven from above; and by thy sword shalt thou live, and shalt serve thy brother; and it shall come to Pass, when thou shalt have the dominion, that thou shalt break his yoke from off thy neck. The Passage in Malachi is thought by some to refer to the nations which descended from the two brothers
Head - But the term Head when applied to the Lord Jesus Christ, as the Head of his body the "church," opens so sweet a subject for contemplation, that in a work of this kind it would be unpardonable to Pass it by
Compassion, Merciful - ...
Râcham (רָחַם, Strong's #7355), “to have compassion, be merciful, pity. Râcham is also used in God’s promise to declare His name to Moses: “I will make all my goodness Pass before thee, and I will proclaim the name of the Lord before thee; and will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and will show mercy on whom I will show mercy” (1 Kings 3:26: “Her bowels yearned upon her son,” which the NIV translates more idiomatically: "[1] was filled with compassion for her son. Racham (רַחֲמִים, 7356), “bowels; mercies; compassion. 43:14: “And God Almighty give you mercy [2]. ...
Rachûm (רַחוּם, Strong's #7349), “compassionate; merciful. 34:6, NASB, NIV, “compassionate”)
Brother - This Passage, however, might also reflect the covenantal use of the term whereby it connotes “ally” (cf. Elsewhere it describes a fellow countryman: “And it came to Pass in those days, when Moses was grown, that he went out unto his brethren, and looked on their burdens …” ( Passages, the word 'âch connotes “companion” or “colleague”—that is, a brother by choice
Lamentations of Jeremiah - This book shows the compassion and interest God has in the afflictions of His people, and that these are not lessened even when the afflictions have been brought about by Himself because of their sins. He appealed to the Passers by: could they see such sorrow, caused by an affliction sent by Jehovah in His fierce wrath, and be unmoved by it? Lamentations 1:12 . Because of His compassions they were not consumed; and it was good to wait and hope. Jeremiah as in the presence of Jehovah spreads out all the humiliating reverses that had fallen upon them, mentioning separately the Nazarites, the prophets, the priests, and the people; and then he foretells that God's wrath should Pass also unto Edom, who had doubtless rejoiced at the calamities of Jerusalem
Swine - Conduct so contrary to their solemn engagements, so hateful in the sight of the Holy One, though long endured, was not always to Pass with impunity
Measure - ) To Pass throught or over in journeying, as if laying off and determining the distance
Samaria - In New Testament times Samaria was one of the Roman divisions of Palestine lying between Galilee and Judæa; so that any one who would Pass straight from one of these provinces to the other "must needs go through Samaria
Hinnom - That is, the valley of Hinnom, or of the son of Hinnom, a narrow valley just south of Jerusalem, running up westward from the valley of the Cedron, and Passing into the valley of the Cedron, and Passing into the valley of Gihon, which follows the base of mount Zion north, up to the Joppa gate. The boundary line Judah and Benjamin Passed through it, Joshua 15:8 18:6 Nehemiah 11:30 . In its lowest part, towards the southeast, and near the king's gardens and Siloam, the idolatrous Israelties made their children Pass through the fire to Moloch, 1 Kings 11:7 2 Kings 16:3 Jeremiah 32:35 . ...
It seems clear that the later Jews borrowed their usage of the fire of the valley of Hinnom (Gehenna) to represent the punishment of the wicked in the future world directly from two Passages of Isaiah: "For Tophet is ordained of old; yea, for the king it is prepared; he hath made it deep and large: the pile thereof is fire and much wood; the breath of the Lord, like a stream of brimstone, doth kindle it," Isaiah 66:24
Melita - Here, to enable the ship to weather the storm, they hoisted the boat on board, "undergirded the vessel" (trapping it by Passing four or five turns of cable round the hull), and "lowered the gear" (chalasantes to skeuos not "struck sail," which if they had done they would have been driven directly toward the Syrtis or quicksand), i. The rate of drift would average a mile and a half an hour, so that in 13 days she would Pass over 468 miles; and Malta is from Clauda, just 476 miles. must Pass within a quarter of a mile the point of Koura; but before reaching it the land is too low and too far to be seen in a dark night, but at this distance the breakers may be heard and also if the night admit, be seen. Captain Smyth's chart shows that after Passing Koura point the ship coming from the E. Passes over twenty fathoms, and pursuing the same direction after a short interval fifteen, a quarter of a mile from the shore which is here "girt with mural precipices
Gerizim - Ebal, at the head of the Pass leading right through from the river Jordan to the sea, and also at the point where the great north road from Jerusalem to Galilee intersects this Pass, has given them a commanding place in the topography of the Holy Land, and has led to their association with important events in the history of Israel. Wendt points out that our Lord’s teaching in this Passage as to the true nature of worship is a corollary of His teaching in the Sermon on the Mount, that the heart (the whole inward nature) is the true seat of the righteousness of the people of God
Cainites - They taught, as did Carpocrates, that salvation could be attained only by Passing through all experience. It was necessary to Pass through all experiences, and hence the soul had to Pass from body to body till the whole range of experience had been traversed
Friends Friendship - ...
When we Pass from the Gospels to the Passages enumerated at the beginning of this article there are only two that need even a brief comment. Paul:...
‘Paul has no honour and no friend but Christ,’...
and that:...
‘Lone on the land and homeless on the water...
Pass I in patience till the work be done
Have - ...
3: γίνομαι (Strong's #1096 — Verb — ginomai — ghin'-om-ahee ) "to begin to be, come to Pass, happen," is rendered "have" in Matthew 18:12 ; "had" in Acts 15:2 ; "shall have" in 1 Corinthians 4:5 , lit. , "praise shall be," or come to Pass. which contain the Passage), katecho, "to hold fast," is used in the Passive Voice, in the phrase "whatsoever disease he had," lit
Odd Fellows, Order of - The organization had a highly restricted membership as a man had to be nominated by an existing member and Pass an investigation by three other brothers. It had secret rituals, signs, Passwords, hand grips and regalia, acted as an insurance company, required its members to visit the sick, and paid death benefits and funeral expenses
Freemasonry - The organization had a highly restricted membership as a man had to be nominated by an existing member and Pass an investigation by three other brothers. It had secret rituals, signs, Passwords, hand grips and regalia, acted as an insurance company, required its members to visit the sick, and paid death benefits and funeral expenses
Independent Order of Odd Fellows - The organization had a highly restricted membership as a man had to be nominated by an existing member and Pass an investigation by three other brothers. It had secret rituals, signs, Passwords, hand grips and regalia, acted as an insurance company, required its members to visit the sick, and paid death benefits and funeral expenses
Knights of Pythias - The organization had a highly restricted membership as a man had to be nominated by an existing member and Pass an investigation by three other brothers. It had secret rituals, signs, Passwords, hand grips and regalia, acted as an insurance company, required its members to visit the sick, and paid death benefits and funeral expenses
International Order of Odd Fellows - The organization had a highly restricted membership as a man had to be nominated by an existing member and Pass an investigation by three other brothers. It had secret rituals, signs, Passwords, hand grips and regalia, acted as an insurance company, required its members to visit the sick, and paid death benefits and funeral expenses
Succoth - Gideon also, after crossing the Jordan in his pursuit of the Midianites, Passed Succoth, and afterwards ‘went up’ to Penuel ( Judges 8:5 ; Judges 8:8 ). From the Passages quoted and other notices it is clear that it was E. 11), Succoth was on the route between Penuel and Shechem, which would Pass most naturally over the ford ed-Dâmiyeh (a little S. of the Jebel ‘Ajlun; and any one journeying thence to the ford ed-Dâmiyeh would naturally descend as soon as possible into the Ghôr (or Jordan valley), and join the track which Passes along it from N
Cup - Ezekiel returns to the image of the cup of Jerusalem in a brutally explicit Passage depicting Samaria and Jerusalem, representing the people of God, as two sisters who are prostitutes (chap. He prays that the cup might Pass undrunk, but it is Jesus' fate to drain it to its dregs
Philippians, Epistle to - And we may almost say that with this letter the church itself Passes from our view. But the name and fame and spiritual influence of that church will never Pass
Self-Defence - Some condemn all resistance, whatsoever be the evil offered, or whosoever be the person that offers it; others will not admit that it should Pass any farther than bare resistance; others say, that it must never be carried so far as hazarding the life of the assailant; and others again, who deny it not to be lawful in some cases to kill the aggressor, at the same time affirm it to be a thing more laudable and consonant to the Gospel, to choose rather to lose one's life, in imitation of Christ, than to secure it at the expense of another's in pursuance of the permission of nature
Megiddo - ” One of the most strategic cities of Canaan since it guarded the main Pass through the Carmel mountain range
Masonry - The organization had a highly restricted membership as a man had to be nominated by an existing member and Pass an investigation by three other brothers. It had secret rituals, signs, Passwords, hand grips and regalia, acted as an insurance company, required its members to visit the sick, and paid death benefits and funeral expenses
Masons - The organization had a highly restricted membership as a man had to be nominated by an existing member and Pass an investigation by three other brothers. It had secret rituals, signs, Passwords, hand grips and regalia, acted as an insurance company, required its members to visit the sick, and paid death benefits and funeral expenses
Nets - The fish Pass through the outer net, pushing the inner before them through the wide meshes on the other side, thus being entangled
Rama - ) The coincidence is dear between Rama's being built by Israel, its overthrow by Judah, and the emigration from Israel to Judah owing to Jeroboam's idolatry (1 Kings 12:26; 2 Chronicles 11:14-17); yet the events are named separately, and their connection only inferred by comparison of distinct Passages, a minute proof of genuineness. "...
The professed tomb is a wooden box; below it is a cave excavated like Abraham's burial place at Hebron, from the rock, and dosed against entrance except by a narrow opening in the top, through which pilgrims Pass their lamps and petitions to the sacred vault beneath
Baal - The victims were burnt alive, a practice in the Old Testament termed “to Pass through the fire” (2 Kings 16:3 ; 2 Kings 21:6 )
Judas - The only thing recorded of him is that, when Jesus promised in the Upper Room to manifest Himself to the man that loved Him, he inquired: ‘Lord, what is come to Pass that thou wilt manifest thyself unto us, and not unto the world?’ ( John 14:22 RV Solomon - But oh, what a degradation of the subject is it thus to suppose! Oh, what indignity is thereby offered to the Lord Jesus Christ! I have said so much on this point in my Poor Man's Commentary on the Book of the Psalms, that I think it unnecessary in this place to enlarge; but I could not suffer the subject even in this little work, while speaking of Solomon, to Pass by without remarking the great perversion of the Scripture to suppose that there is in those things the least reference to Solomon, king of Israel
Grace - I Pass their form and every charming grace
Belial, Beliar - Again, in Nahum 1:15 we read that Belial shall no more Pass through Judah; he is utterly cut off. In this Passage Belial almost exactly corresponds to the ‘man of lawlessness, the son of perdition’ of St. 63, 74, where the reference to the ‘Augustans’ or Σεβαστηνοί shows the Passage to be a later interpolation, probably of 1st cent
War - 1:10: “Come on, let us deal wisely with them; lest they multiply, and it come to Pass, that, when there falleth out any war, they join also unto our enemies, and fight against us, and so get them up out of the land
Gate - ...
Basically, this word represents a structure closing and enclosing a large opening through a wall, or a barrier through which people and things Pass to an enclosed area. In this Passage, all of the land of Israel is envisioned as a city at whose “gates” God gathers the offenders for trial, judgment, sentence, and punishment. In Passages such as Flock - This would come to Pass as the Messiah (“the Branch of David”) will establish His rule over the people (vv
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
Jesus - At the age of twelve years he went up to Jerusalem to the Passover with his parents. ...
Eighteen years Pass, of which we have no record beyond this, that he returned to Nazareth and "increased in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and man" (Luke 2:52 ). It was almost wholly Passed in Galilee. The first six months of this final year were Passed in Galilee, and the last six in other parts of the land
Live - To Pass life or time in a particular manner, with regard to habits or condition
Sons of Temperance - The organization had a highly restricted membership as a man had to be nominated by an existing member and Pass an investigation by three other brothers. It had secret rituals, signs, Passwords, hand grips and regalia, acted as an insurance company, required its members to visit the sick, and paid death benefits and funeral expenses
Secret Societies - The organization had a highly restricted membership as a man had to be nominated by an existing member and Pass an investigation by three other brothers. It had secret rituals, signs, Passwords, hand grips and regalia, acted as an insurance company, required its members to visit the sick, and paid death benefits and funeral expenses
Societies, Secret - The organization had a highly restricted membership as a man had to be nominated by an existing member and Pass an investigation by three other brothers. It had secret rituals, signs, Passwords, hand grips and regalia, acted as an insurance company, required its members to visit the sick, and paid death benefits and funeral expenses
Plain - ’ It generally designates a broad vale between hills; among the localities to which it was applied the most notable are the Pass between Lebanon and Hermon (‘the valley of Lebanon,’ Joshua 11:17 ; Joshua 12:7 ), and the plain of Esdraelon (‘the valley of Megiddo,’ 2 Chronicles 35:22 , Zee 12:11). ...
(6) The only Passage where the word ‘plain’ is employed in the NT occurs in St
Will - It is my will to prosecute the trespasser. In this manner God wills whatever comes to Pass
Pamphylia - As no Pass corresponding to the Cilician Gates afforded freedom of access to the interior, Pamphylia was always isolated. Landing at the river-harbour of Perga, they merely ‘passed through from’ the city (Acts 13:14), hastening northward over the Taurus to Antioch in Pisidia
Edom - From generation to generation it shall lie waste, none shall Pass through it for ever and ever. Its fertility and early cultivation are implied not only in the blessings of Esau, whose dwelling was to be the fatness of the earth, and of the dew of heaven from above; but also in the condition proposed by Moses to the Edomites, when he solicited a Passage for the Israelites through their borders, that "they would not Pass through the fields nor through the vine-yards;" and also in the great wealth, especially in the multitudes of flocks and herds, recorded as possessed by an individual inhabitant of that country, at a period, in all probability even more remote, Genesis 27:39 ; Numbers 20:17 ; Job 42:12 . There is a prediction which, being peculiarly remarkable as applicable to Idumea, and bearing reference to a circumstance explanatory of the difficulty of access to any knowledge respecting it, is entitled, in the first instance, to notice: "None shall Pass through it for ever and ever. I will cut off from Mount Seir him that Passeth out, and him that returneth,"...
Isaiah 34:10 ; Ezekiel 35:7 . A Roman road Passed directly through Idumea, from Jerusalem to Akaba, and another from Akaba to Moab; and when these roads were made, at a time long posterior to the date of the predictions, the conception could not have been formed, or held credible by man, that the period would ever arrive when none would Pass through it. The prediction is yet more surprising when viewed in conjunction with another, which implies that travellers would "pass by" Idumea: "Every one that goeth by shall be astonished. " And the Hadj routes (routes of the pilgrims) from Damascus and from Cairo to Mecca, the one on the east and the other towards the south of Idumea, along the whole of its extent, go by it, or touch partially on its borders, without Passing through it
Refuge, Cities of - He could not, however, return home, and had evidently to Pass the remainder of his life in the refuge to which he had fled. His want of prudence must entail some punishment, and so he could not Pass beyond the city boundaries without risk of death at the hands of the avenger of blood
Ahaz - Isaiah and Shear-jashub his son (whose name means "the remnant shall return" was a pledge that, notwithstanding; heavy calamity, the whole nation should not perish), together met Ahaz by Jehovah's direction at the end of the conduit of the upper pool, and assured him that Rezin's and Pekah's evil counsel should not come to Pass; nay, that within 65 years Ephraim (Israel) should cease to be a people. Distress, instead of turning Ahaz to Him who smote them, the Lord of hosts (Isaiah 9:12-13), only made him "trespass yet more," sacrificing to the gods of Damascus which had smitten him, that they might help him as he thought they had helped the Syrians; "but they were the ruin of him and of all Israel. Ahaz seems to have practiced necromancy (Isaiah 8:19) as well as making his son Pass through the fire to Moloch (2 Kings 16; 2 Kings 23:11-12; 2 Chronicles 28), and setting up altars on his roof to adore the heavenly hosts
Ephesus - It is along these valleys that the roads through the central plateau of Asia Minor Pass. Miletus had been in earlier times a more important harbour than Ephesus, but the track across from this main road to Ephesus was much shorter than the road to Miletus, and was over a Pass only 600 ft. The route by the high lands, from Ephesus to the East, was suitable for foot Passengers and light traffic, and was used by St. The riot of 19:32 was no mere Passing fury of a section of the populace
Predestination - Divine predestination means that God has a purpose that is determined long before it is brought to Pass. God's purpose is one of love and grace (Deuteronomy 7:6-8 ; Isaiah 41:8-9 ), above all because in love he predestined what should come to Pass in his plan to save and to restore sinful humanity through Christ (Ephesians 1:5 )
Forgiveness - The purpose of this article is not to discuss the large theological problems involved (see Atonement), but to consider the Passages in which the term actually occurs in the Acts and the Epistles. The general word is ἀφίημι, of very common occurrence in the NT, especially in the Gospels, meaning ‘send away from oneself’ (Matthew 13:36), ‘let go’ (Matthew 4:20) ‘turn away from’ (Matthew 19:29, 1 Corinthians 7:11), ‘pass over’ or ‘neglect’ (Hebrews 6:1, Matthew 23:23), ‘relinquish one’s prey’ (used of robbers [1] or a disease [2]), or simply ‘leave a person free’ (Mark 10:14; Mark 14:6, John 11:44, Acts 5:38), or treat him as if one had no more concern with him. The procedure suggested by these Passages is simple: preaching Christ, belief in Christ, and the resultant acceptance of the new position of freedom from sin. Here, the figure of the cancelling of a debt is joined to another-rescue from some usurping power; and this (in the Passage in Eph. The only other Passage in the Epistles where the word occurs is Hebrews 10:18, where forgiveness of sins and lawlessnesses is regarded as equivalent to their being remembered no more (Jeremiah 31:34), and so needing no further sacrifice. The writers of the Epistles do not neglect the experience, but they Pass beyond the expression
Jericho - Joshua received orders to besiege Jericho, soon after his Passage over Jordan, Joshua 6:1-3 , &c. Sometimes the track leads along the edges of cliffs and precipices, which threaten destruction on the slightest false step; at other times it winds through craggy Passes, overshadowed by projecting or perpendicular rocks. The whole of the road from Jerusalem to the Jordan, is held to be the most dangerous in Palestine; and indeed, in this portion of it, the very aspect of the scenery is sufficient, on the one hand, to tempt to robbery and murder, and, on the other, to occasion a dread of it in those who Pass that way. One must be amid these wild and gloomy solitudes, surrounded by an armed band, and feel the impatience of the traveller who rushes on to catch a new view at every Pass and turn; one must be alarmed at the very tramp of the horses' hoofs rebounding through the caverned rocks, and at the savage shouts of the footmen, scarcely less loud than the echoing thunder produced by the discharge of their pieces in the valleys; one must witness all this upon the spot, before the full force and beauty of the admirable story of the good Samaritan can be perceived. Here, the unfeeling act of Passing by a fellow creature in distress, as the priest and Levite are said to have done, strikes one with horror, as an act almost more than inhuman. And here, too, the compassion of the good Samaritan is doubly virtuous, from the purity of the motive which must have led to it, in a spot where no eyes were fixed on him to draw forth the performance of any duty, and from the bravery which was necessary to admit of a man's exposing himself, by such delay, to the risk of a similar fate to that from which he was endeavouring to rescue his fellow creature
Dominion (2) - —The word ‘dominion’ occurs only once in the Authorized Version of the Gospels, as part of the phrase ‘exercise dominion over’ (κατακυριεύουσιν), in that Passage in the Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 20:25) which records our Lord’s reply to the ambitious request of Salome on behalf of her sons, and the words which He addressed to the disciples at the time. The Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 of this Passage, as of the parallel text in Mark (Mark 10:42), is ‘lord it over. ’ The same idea is expressed in a similar Passage in Luke (Luke 22:25), which gives Christ’s words at the Last Supper with reference to the dispute among His disciples as to precedence, by the simple verb κυριεύουσιν, ‘exercise lordship over’ ( Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 ‘have lordship over’). ...
Again, in all three Passages the verbs which are so translated are followed in the parallel clause of the verse by the words ‘exercise authority over’ or ‘upon’ (Matthew 20:25 Authorized Version and Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 || Mark 10:42 Authorized Version and Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885, Luke 22:25 Authorized Version), ‘have authority over’ (Matthew 8:26-316 Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885), representing the words of the original κατεξουσιάζουσιν, ἐξουσιάζοντες. The word ‘authority’ (ἐξουσία) and the verbs formed from it thus suggest themselves for consideration in connexion with the word rendered ‘dominion’ in the Passage in Matthew. The Passages quoted from the Synoptics illustrate a characteristic feature of the Gospels, the manner in which they represent Jesus as postponing the assertion of His kingly rights, and, in connexion with this, the express teaching which they attribute to Him as to the nature of the dominion which He claimed. The use in these Passages, in immediate connexion with the idea of dominion, of the words ‘have authority over,’ ‘exercise authority over’ (ἐξουσίαζουσιν, ἐξουσιάζοντες), calls for some reference to the power or authority (ἐξουσία) attributed to Christ in connexion with His humiliation as well as with His exaltation. At the same time His work and teaching, even His very presence in the world, meant a judgment, inasmuch as they compelled men to declare themselves either for or against Christ, and so Pass judgment upon themselves (cf. It is He who is to Pass the final sentence upon the just and upon the unjust. ...
Lastly, as the fruit of His work of redemption, and as part of the glory which He has won by His perfect submission to the Father’s will, there is given to Him, in that time of waiting which must Pass before the final completion of His kingdom, ‘all power in heaven and on earth’ (Matthew 28:18), as the Father has ‘given him power over all flesh, that he should give eternal life to as many as he has given him’ (John 17:2; cf
Blow - ...
To blow over, to Pass away without effect to cease or be dissipated as, the storm or the clouds are blown over
Command, Commandment - Because Israel disobeyed, these threats came to Pass historically
Esarhaddon - an undertaking with few parallels in history; for few conquerors have ventured to Pass the barrier of Arabian deserts
Tiberius (2) - Augustus got over this difficulty by appointing a partner or co-regent in the Empire: it was practically impossible to Pass over such in electing to the principate
Judging - But when we Pass to the sphere of judgments regarding persons , the case is not so simple. But it is impossible to judge of actions and qualities without Passing on to judge the persons who perform them or in whom they inhere
Chaos - By slaying the monster Rahab, God allowed the people to Pass through the barrier-sea (Isaiah 51:9-10 )
Name - It may be also that the Lord is referring in this Passage to the changed bodies which we shall have in the resurrection. He can see through any covering, any false religion, any false teachings, any excuses that the sinner may use to cover his sins, iniquities, trespasses and transgressions. It means the same in most of the Passages in which it is mentioned, as in Isaiah 55:13, and Jeremiah 13:11. ...
John 1:12 (a) We are not told in this Passage which name the Lord is referring to. The Lord is using a common principle in this Passage, for if we are sick we seek for one whose name is physician. Probably in the Passage we are considering the name referred to is "Saviour. " As we Pass along the streets of life and realize that We need to be saved from our sins, and from the penalty of them, We find this wonderful Man whose Name is Saviour, and we at once commit our cause and our case to Him. ...
Romans 10:13 (a) Again in this Passage we do not find mentioned what name we call upon
Gate (2) - In the charge to Peter, where the gates of Hades are said to be unable to prevail against the Church of Christ, the original meaning of defensive strength seems to Pass into that of aggressive force (Matthew 16:18). It has sometimes been thought that this was referred to when Christ spoke of a camel Passing through the eye of a needle (Matthew 19:24); but there is nothing either in the sense of the original words or in Eastern custom to support such a supposition
Gehenna (2) - Historically, this valley is the traditional site of the worship paid to Molech, first by Ahaz (2 Chronicles 28:3), and later by Manasseh (33:6), who made their children Pass through the fire; but which was later defiled by Josiah (2 Kings 23:10), and thereafter seems to have been made the receptacle of the city’s offal; and in later Jewish thought became a symbol of the supposed place of future punishments (cf
Testimony - ...
But we meet with the word testimonies in the book of the Psalms, in a sense so peculiarly sweet and blessed, that I could not prevail upon myself to Pass it by, without calling the reader's attention to it
Idolatry - They made their children Pass through the fire to Molech, 2 Kings 23:10 ; Ezekiel 23:37,39 ; "slaying the children in the valleys under the clefts of the rocks
All - In this case, the prominent idea is that of “plurality,” a heterogeneous unit: “And it came to Pass from the time that he had made him overseer in his house, and over all that he had, that the Lord blessed the Egyptian’s house for Joseph’s sake; and the blessing of the Lord was upon all that he had in the house, and in the field” ( Ephraim - The conflict was sharp; the Gileadites seized the ford of the Jordan, and then by putting all who wanted to Pass to the test of pronouncing Shibboleth (which the Ephraimites could only call Sibboleth) they slew 42,000 of the men of Ephraim
Return - ) To revert; to Pass back into possession
Morning - There would have required no notice of this word in a work of this kind, had the mere sense of the meaning of the word morning been all that was intended; but the Scriptures of God have so often made use of the term in a figurative way, and yet more than that, have made so many beautiful allusions to Jesus under the metaphor of the morning, that I could not allow myself to Pass it by without offering upon it a short observations It would be too extensive to notice all the places in both the sacred volumes where Christ is spoken of as the light of the morning, and the day-spring from on high, and the morning star, and the like; I shall only beg to select one Passage, among the many, in proof of the similitude, and that from among the last words of David, (2 Samuel 23:4
Beloved - We ought not to Pass over this expression, though the word itself is so generally understood. To refer to all the Passages of Scripture, in which Christ is declared beloved, would be very many indeed
Hear - 29:13 contains one occurrence: “And it came to Pass, when Laban heard the tidings [2] of Jacob his sister’s son
Make (Cut) a Covenant - In Genesis it often alludes to an act by which animals were cut in two and the party taking the oath Passed between the pieces. In such a covenant the one Passing through the pieces pledged his faithfulness to the covenant. ” This word implies the cutting off of a marriage by means of a “bill of divorcement”: “When a man hath taken a wife, and married her, and it come to Pass that she find no favor in his eyes, because he hath found some uncleanness in her: then let him write her a bill of divorcement, and give it in her hand, and send her out of his house” ( Manasseh - He raised altars to the whole host of heaven, in the courts of God's house; made his son Pass through the fire in honour of Moloch; was addicted to magic, divinations, auguries, and other superstitions; set up the idol Astarte in the house of God; finally, he involved his people in all the abomination of the idolatrous nations to that degree, that Israel committed more wickedness than the Canaanites, whom the Lord had driven out before them
Edom, Edomites - ...
Before the conquest of Canaan, Edom is said to have refused to let Israel Pass through his territory (2 Kings 8:20-21 ; Numbers 20:21 )
mo'ab - The Israelites, in entering the promised land, did not Pass through the Moabites, (Judges 11:18 ) but conquered the Amorites, who occupied the country from which the Moabites had been so lately expelled
Ephraim - The conflict was sharp; the Gileadites seized the ford of the Jordan, and then by putting all who wanted to Pass to the test of pronouncing Shibboleth (which the Ephraimites could only call Sibboleth) they slew 42,000 of the men of Ephraim
Josiah - ...
Having removed idolatry, Josiah re-established the worship of Yahweh by keeping the Passover. It was the most spectacular Passover ever seen in Jerusalem (2 Chronicles 35:1-19). In doing so he had to Pass through areas of Palestine that Judah controlled, so Josiah tried to resist him. Those of his people who later suffered under the cruel hand of his son Jehoiakim looked back with gratitude on his compassion and justice (2 Chronicles 35:25; Jeremiah 22:15-19)
Isaac - Isaac determined to Pass on the divine blessing to Esau, even though God had said it was to go to Jacob (Genesis 27:4). Later Isaac Passed on the blessing of the Abrahamic covenant to Jacob knowingly and willingly (Genesis 28:3-4)
Gospel - ...
God entrusts the gospel to Christians so that they might preserve it and Pass it on to others (Galatians 2:7; 1 Thessalonians 2:4; 1 Timothy 1:11)
Paulus i, Bishop of Constantinople - ...
Constantius was not likely to Pass over this rebellion against his authority
Preaching (2) - We may infer from the earlier Gospel that Jesus did recognize the distinction between the two kinds of utterance, though probably one would often Pass over into the other
Serapion, Bishop of Heraclea - The grounds of this charge were the following: Serapion having ostentatiously refused to rise to pay Severian as he Passed the accustomed homage of a deacon to a bishop, with the express intention, declared to the clergy around, of shewing "how much he despised the man. According to this, Serapion's act of disrespect was brought before a synod, which, on Serapion affirming on oath that he had not seen Severian Pass, acquitted him of intentional rudeness, while Chrysostom, hoping to soothe Severian's ruffled feelings, suspended Serapion from his ecclesiastical functions for a short time
Tarsus - ...
The great trade-route from the Euphrates by the Amanus Pass joined the one from Antioch by the Syrian Gates about 50 miles E. of Tarsus, and the single road, after traversing the city, turned sharply northward towards the Cilician Gates-a natural Pass, 70 miles long, greatly improved by engineering perhaps about 1000 b. 12), even surpassed them in zeal for knowledge
Patience - It must enter into the temper, and form the habit of the soul, if we would Pass through the world with tranquillity and honour. This, indeed, sometimes Passes for patience, though it be in reality quite another thing; for patience signifies suffering. ...
We are very susceptive of irritation; anger is eloquent; revenge is sweet: but to stand calm and collected; to suspend the blow which Passion was urgent to strike; to drive the reasons of clemency as far as they will go; to bring forward fairly in view the circumstances of mitigation: to distinguish between surprise and deliberation, infirmity and crime; or if infliction be deemed necessary, to leave God to be both the judge and the executioner; this a Christian should labour after: his peace requires it. People love to sing the Passionate; they who are easily provoked, commit their repose to the keeping of their enemies; they lie down at their feet, and invite them to strike. 'It is the glory of a man to Pass by a transgression
Sabbath - ...
"The second Sabbath after the first," Luke 6:1 , should rather read, "The first Sabbath after the second day of the Pass-over. " Of the seven days of the Pass-over, the first was a Sabbath, and on the second was a festival in which the fruits of the harvest were offered to God, Leviticus 23:5,9 , etc
Pharisees - And so it comes to Pass that in our Lord’s time, to use His own words, ‘the scribes and Pharisees sit in Moses’ seat’ ( Matthew 23:2 ). And this, allowing for the inevitable changes which a long and varied experience brings to Pass in the most tenacious race, is in substance the Pharisaism of the 2nd century
Abraham - God promised His Son to Adam and Eve; but generations and generations had to Pass before the fulness of time came. ...
Honest Joseph Hall counts up ten trials of Abraham's faith and friendship through which God saw good to Pass His friend. Did it ever come to this terrible Pass with you, your life or His? And how did that terrible Pass end? When was it? Where was it? How long ago was it? When did it take place last? Has it taken place today? Is it taking place every day? Then you need envy neither Abraham nor any other man. But let that Pass
Laban (2) - ) Yet he was shrewd enough to appreciate the temporal prosperity which Jacob's presence by his piety brought with it, but he had no desire to imitate his piety (Genesis 30:27), and finally, when foiled by God in his attempts to overreach and rob Jacob, Laban made a covenant with him, of which the cairn was a memorial, called by Laban, JEGAR SAHADUTHA, and by Jacob Galeed and Mizpah; it was also to be the bound beyond which neither must Pass to assail the other
Moloch - ) God sternly forbade any letting their seed Pass through the fire to Moloch (Leviticus 18:21; Leviticus 20:2-5) on pain of death, which the people should execute; otherwise God Himself would. The Passing through the fire may have been sometimes only a fire baptism for purification of the dross of the body; but Psalms 106:37-38, shows that often expiatory human sacrifice was perpetrated, "they sacrificed their sons and daughters to "devils" (shedim , "destroyers", as Moloch was), and shed innocent blood
Samaria - The famishing inhabitants of the city were soon relieved with the abundance of the spoil of the Syrian camp; and it came to Pass, according to the word of Elisha, that "a measure of fine flour was sold for a shekel, and two measures of barely for a shekel, in the gates of Samaria" (2 Kings 7:1-20 ). ) ...
This city, after Passing through various vicissitudes, was given by the emperor Augustus to Herod the Great, who rebuilt it, and called it Sebaste (Gr
Nehemiah - 446 (eleven years after Ezra), with a strong escort supplied by the king, and with letters to all the pashas of the provinces through which he had to Pass, as also to Asaph, keeper of the royal forests, directing him to assist Nehemiah
Church: Her Glory in Tribulation - As we mounted our mule and rode silently down the Pass, mid the pine forests and the over-hanging mountains, we ompared the little stream to the church of God, which in peaceful times flows on like a village brook, quiet and obscure, blessed and blessing others, but yet little known or considered by the sons of men
Oaths - How the need of oaths must first have arisen can be seen in such a Passage as Exodus 22:10-11 : ‘If a man deliver unto his neighbour an ass, or an ox, or a sheep, or a beast, to keep; and it die, or be hurt, or driven away, no man seeing It: the oath of the Lord shall be between them both, whether he hath not put his hand unto his neighbour’s goods; and the owner thereof shall accept it, and he shall not make restitution. ‘God do so to me and more also if …’ ( 1 Kings 2:23 ); the punishment called down in the case of the oath not being observed is left indeterminate in this form; this is to be explained from the fact that there was a fear lest the mention of the curse should ipso facto bring it to Pass; it is a remnant of animistic conceptions ( i
Measure - If else thou seekest ...
Aught not surpassing human measure, say. To Pass through or over
Abimelech - So it came to Pass; for God makes in righteous retribution the instruments of men's sin the instrument also of their punishment at last
Nahum - The enemy should no more Pass through. The denunciations close with, "There is no healing of thy bruise; thy wound is grievous: all that hear the bruit of thee shall clap the hands over thee: for upon whom hath not thy wickedness Passed continually?" The ruins show how complete and lasting was God's judgement on the guilty city
Blindness - God’s purpose was universal, embracing Gentiles as well as Jews, and if it appeared to Pass from the Jews to the Gentiles, this was not the whole truth, nor was it final. In the other Passages of the Authorized Version the Greek words which are translated ‘blinded’ (Romans 11:7, 2 Corinthians 3:14) and ‘blindness’ (Romans 11:25, Ephesians 4:18) are replaced in the Revised Version by their proper equivalents ‘hardened’ and ‘hardness,’ which express also insensibility to the truth of the gospel
Elisha - I must Pass over many interesting circumstances in the history of this man of God, for the same reasons as in the former
Manasseh - ...
When Hezekiah invited the twelve tribes to join him in keeping a Passover to Jehovah, certain of the tribe of Manasseh humbled themselves and went to Jerusalem. He made his son to Pass through the fire, and dealt with familiar spirits
Together - Sometimes the emphasis is on commonality of place: “… And it came to Pass, that they which remained were scattered, so that two of them were not left together” ( Passages yachad means “at the same time”: “O that my grief were thoroughly weighed, and my calamity laid in the balances together!” (Job 6:2). In two Passages this word means “solitary” or “lonely”: “Turn thee unto me, and have mercy upon me; for I am desolate [2] and afflicted” ( Throne - So D'Herbelot tells us that a Persian monarch of aftertimes gave the governor of one of his provinces permission to seat himself in a gilded chair, when he administered justice; which distinction was granted him on account of the importance of that post, to which the guarding a Pass of great consequence was committed
Walk - To Pass through or upon as, to walk the streets
Paradise - "...
Shall I be indulged with subjoining one thought more on the subject of paradise in general, and the ease of this highly-favoured pardoned sinner in particular, just to remark that this promise of Jesus to him, that that very day he should be with Christ in paradise, carries with it a conviction of the truth of that doctrine, that the souls of the redeemed Pass instantly to glory on their separation from the body
Jezreel (1) - The top of the triangle is the Pass, half a mile wide, opening into Accho plain
Severianus, Bishop of Gabala - Du Pin attributes to Severian, from internal evidence, a large number of homilies which Pass under Chrysostom's name
House - ...
In the middle of the front of each house is usually an arched Passage, leading into the court-not directly, lest the court should be exposed to view from the street, but by turning to one side. The outer door of this Passage was, in large houses, guarded by a porter, Acts 12:13 . The entrance into the house is either from this Passage or from the court itself. Shaw will interest the reader, and at the same time serve to illustrate many Passages of Scripture. If from these we enter into one of the principal houses, we shall first Pass through a porch or gateway with benches on each side, there the master of the family receives visits and dispatches business; few persons, not even the nearest relations, having a further admission, except upon extraordinary occasions. When one of these cities is built upon level ground, we can Pass from one end of it to the other, along the tops of the houses, without coming down into the street. Wood says, "It has ever been a custom with them," the Arabs in the East, "equally connected with health and pleasure, to Pass the nights in summer upon the house-tops, which for this very purpose are made flat, and divided from each other by walls
False Prophet - Some false prophets used magic (Ezekiel 13:17-23 ), others appeared to use divination, soothsaying, witchcraft, necromancy, and sorcery, which were all forbidden arts and practices in the classical Passage that set forth divine revelation in contrast to such practices (Deuteronomy 18:9-13 ). These texts teach five tests for a true prophet: (1) he must be Jewish (Deuteronomy 18:18 ); (2) he must speak in the name of the Lord (Deuteronomy 18:19-20 ); (3) what he says must come to Pass, the most proximate fulfillments being the validators of the more distant predictions (Deuteronomy 18:21-22 ); (4) he must perform signs, wonders, or miracles that accompany his words (Deuteronomy 13:1-2 a); and (5) his message must conform to what God had revealed previously (Deuteronomy 13:2b-5 ). For example, the man of God from Judah was a true prophet, for what he said came to Pass, both in his immediate and distant predictions (1 Kings 13 )
Judah - Now then, if we turn to the prophetical expressions of the dying partiarach Jacob, (Genesis 49:8) concerning Judah, we shall arrive at the full sense of both Passages, Leah's, and her husband's. Two such striking evidences, and from the Jews themselves, on this important subject, never surely could have been expected; and now obtained, could only have been brought to Pass by the overruling power and ordination of the Lord. And surely, as it is said of Christ in one blessed Scripture, that the names of his people are all "written in the book of life," (Revelation 20:15) and in another he bids his people to "rejoice that their names are written there," (Luke 10:20) as when considering himself the shepherd of his flock, and his people the sheep of his fold, he saith that "he calleth them all by name, and leadeth them out," (John 10:3) and as the whole flocks of the mountains and of the vale, and of the cities of Benjamin, Jerusalem, and Judah, shall all Pass again under the hands of him that telleth them, (Jeremiah 33:13) surely it is not stretching the Scripture to say, that the Shebeth of Jehudah is as eminently descriptive of the greatness of his character, when speaking of this use of it, in writing, as in ruling, for sovereignty is implied in both, And the poor feeble hand that is now writing these lines, (earnestly begging forgiveness if he errs in the matter) cannot conclude this article without first saying, (and will not the reader for himself also join the petition?) Oh, that the almighty Jehudah may have graciously exercised the Shebeth of his power, and written my poor name, worthless as it is, among the millions he hath marked down in the book of life! Amen
Great, To Be; Heavy - In several Passages, the word is applied to abstract ideas or qualities. The first appearance: “And it came to Pass, that at midnight [2]. ...
The phrase “many waters” is a fixed phrase meaning the “sea”: “… Thou whom the merchants of Zidon, that Pass over the sea, have replenished. This imagery is used in several Old Testament poetical Passages; it would be wrong to conclude that this view of the world was true or actual. Uses such as these in Job emphasize “greatness in prestige,” whereas Passages such as Vine, Vineyard - In such a tower the owner’s family will probably Pass all the grape season; during the vintage a large proportion of the people are to be found living in the vineyards
Gate - "All complaints," says Host, "are brought, in the first instance, to the cadi, or governor, who, for that purpose, Passes certain hours of the day in the gate of the city, partly for the sake of the fresh air, and partly to see all those who go out; and, lastly, to observe a custom which has long prevailed, of holding judgment there. Agreeably to this account, the Abbe Mariti, speaking of his admission into a monastery near Jerusalem, says, "The Passage is so low, that it will scarcely admit a horse; and it is shut by a gate of iron, strongly secured in the inside. Drummond says, that in the country about Roudge, in Syria, "the poor miserable Arabs are under the necessity of hewing their houses out of the rock, and cutting very small doors or openings to them, that they may not be made stables for the Turkish horse, as they Pass and repass
Ten Commandments - (7) It can scarcely be doubted that Jesus had his eye specially if not exclusively on this law, (5:18) as one never to be repealed from which not one jot or tittle should ever Pass away
Temple, Herod's - 18), and carried out at great labour and expense, and on a scale of surpassing splendour. Along the top of this dividing wall, at regular intervals, were placed pillars bearing in Greek an inscription to the effect that no stranger was, on the pain of death, to Pass from the court of the Gentiles into that of the Jews
Enoch - ...
"Translation" implies a sudden removal from mortality to immortality without death, such as shall Pass over the living saints at Christ's coming (1 Corinthians 15:51-52), of whom Enoch is a type. This view, if true, would be one answer to the objection against their translation, that "it is appointed unto men once to die" (Hebrews 9:27), and that "death Passed upon all men for that all have sinned" (Romans 5:12)
Syria - Syria was geographically related to Cilicia, with which it easily communicated by the Pylae Syriae (Beilan Pass), and Augustus formed the great triple province of Syria-Cilicia-PhCEnice, which subsisted throughout the 1st cent
Transfiguration, the - ' No man knew of the sepulchre of Moses, (34:6) and Elijah had Passed away in the chariot and horses of fire. --
It served as a solemn inauguration of the history of the Passion and final consummation of Christ's work on earth. Moses and Elijah, the law and the promise, types and shadows, Pass away; the gospel, the fulfillment, the substance Christ remains--the only one who can relieve the misery of earth and glorify our nature, Christ all in all
ti'Tus - Taking the Passages in the epistles in the chronological order of the events referred to, we turn first to (Galatians 2:1,3 ) We conceive the journey mentioned here to be identical with that (recorded in Acts 15 ) in which Paul and Barnabas went from Antioch to Jerusalem to the conference which was to decide the question of the necessity of circumcision to the Gentiles. It is to our purpose to remark that, in the Passage cited above, Titus is so mentioned as apparently to imply that he had become personally known to the Galatian Christians. Paul at Nicopolis, where the apostle purposes to Pass the winter
Decrees of God - Are his settled purposes, whereby he foreordains whatsoever comes to Pass, Daniel 4:24
Reward (2) - Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 prefers, in Passages where the Greek has a verb,—ἀποδίδωμι, cf. We need not think to do without it, even while we Pass on to higher motives and fuller conceptions of duty
Do - To perform to execute to carry into effect to exert labor or power for brining any thing to the state desired, or to completion or to bring any thing to Pass
Wanderings in the Wilderness - Their request to Pass through Edomite territory and to proceed along the King's Highway through Moab and into the Jordan Valley opposite Jericho was blocked by a show of military force by the king of Edom. More important is the fact that Numbers 33:1 indicates that in fact the Israelite itinerary from Egypt to the Jordan Valley did include Passage through Edomite and Moabite territory along the King's Highway
Guard - (1) In Acts 5:23; Acts 12:6; Acts 12:19 the Authorized Version renders φύλακες ‘keepers,’ which the Revised Version retains in the former Passage, where the watchmen are Jewish, but changes into ‘guards’ in the latter, where they are Roman. The station of the latter two was apparently ‘the first ward’ (φυλακή, Vulgate custodia) which the prisoner had to Pass before he could effect his escape
Sodom - ...
Our Lord here implies the great fact, which in the Passage dealt with in the following section He states more clearly, that since privileges bring responsibilities, their neglect brings punishment. This Passage, like the two preceding, is absent from the Markan tradition. Luke alone adds, ‘In like manner as it came to Pass in the days of Lot; they were eating, drinking, buying, selling, planting, building; but in the day that Lot went out from Sodom, he rained [7] fire and brimstone from heaven and destroyed (them) all
Abiathar - Eli, of whose family it had been foretold 150 years before that the priesthood should Pass from it, was Abiathar's progenitor fourth backward, and Abiathar would naturally fear the coming realization of the curse
Camel, Camel's Hair - ’ In the former of these Passages two attempts have been made to evade the Oriental hyperbole, firstly, by reading κάμιλος, ‘a rope,’ for κάμηλος; and, again, by explaining the ‘eye of the needle’ as the small door for foot-passengers which is generally made in the frame of the large entrance-door of an Eastern house. ’ The eye of a needle stands for something narrow and hard to Pass, as in the Egyptian proverb, ‘Straiter than the eye of a needle’ (Burckhardt, 396). ...
In the second of the two Passages above, the camel is contrasted with the gnat, ‘Ye blind guides, which strain out a gnat, and drink down a camel
Consolation - His words do not Pass away (Mark 13:31), and from His Divine lips no word is void of power (Luke 1:37)
Blood - In two Passages, dâm represents “wine”: “He washed his garments in wine, and his clothes in the blood of grapes” ( Pass through thee; and I will bring the sword upon thee” ( Smoke - ...
Psalm 102:3 (a) It is true that as the days Pass in our lives the events of those days are blotted out of our minds and memories. This Passage may refer to the grace of movement and the ease of performance mingled with the fragrance and sweetness of love which undoubtedly characterizes the Lord JESUS CHRIST. In this Passage the Lord is reminding them that this will be the precious portion again of His people in a coming day of restoration. ...
Joel 2:30 (b) Peter quotes this Passage in Acts 2:19 as indicating the great day of the power of the Spirit upon the earth. ...
Revelation 9:2 (c) Probably we should consider that this expression is used in most of the Passages in Revelation to illustrate the terrible power of GOD in executing vengeance on His enemies
Martyr - From the eighth century downwards, several Greek and Latin authors endeavoured to make up the loss, by compiling, with vast labour, accounts of the lives and actions of the ancient martyrs, but which consist of the little else than a series of fables: nor are those records that Pass under the name of martyrology worthy of superior credit, since they bear the most evident marks both of ignorance and falsehood
Roll - ) One of a set of revolving cylinders, or rollers, between which metal is pressed, formed, or smoothed, as in a rolling mill; as, to Pass rails through the rolls
Wash - ) To Pass (a gas or gaseous mixture) through or over a liquid for the purpose of purifying it, esp
Archangel - And if the reader will compare the Passage, particularly in Jude, with what the prophet Daniel saith, (Daniel 10:13-21) I conceive that both together will throw light upon the subject. " In the Passage of the apostle Jude's Epistle, he saith,"Michael, the archangel, when contending with the devil, he disputed about the body of Moses. Now that he who spake was the Lord, appears by his saying, "Behold, I have caused thine iniquity to Pass from thee, and I will clothe thee with a change of raiment. " Hence, therefore, it is plain from this Passage, that the angel before whom Joshua, as a type of the church, stood, was Christ, who is elsewhere called the angel of the covenant; (Malachi 3:1) the same as Jacob spake of
Flock - The church of Jesus is so often spoken of in Scripture under the figure and similitude of a flock, that I could not think myself justified in Passing it by unnoticed. He undertakes for all their wants, heals the diseased among them, brings home wanderers, restores the misled, and is so watchful over the whole of his flock, that they must all Pass again under the hand of him that telleth them
Month - Thus 1 Kings 6:1 "And it came to Pass, in the four hundred and eighteenth year, after the children of Israel were come out of the land of Egypt, in the fourth year of Solomon's reign over Israel, in the month Zif, which is the second month, that he began to build the house of the Lord
Fill - In 2 Kings 4:6, the word implies “to fill up”: “And it came to Pass, when the vessels were full, that she said
Strong, To Be - 1:28: “And it came to Pass, when Israel was strong, that they put the Canaanites to [2]
Prepare - 16:7, RSV),...
Used abstractly, kûn can refer to a concept as “established,” or “fixed” so as to be unchanging and unchangeable: “And for that the dream was doubled unto Pharaoh twice; it is because the thing is established by God, and God will shortly bring it to Pass” ( Passover ( Passover - פסח , signifies leap, Passage. The Passover was a solemn festival of the Jews, instituted in commemoration of their coming out of Egypt; because the night before their departure the destroying angel that slew the first-born of the Egyptians Passed over the houses of the Hebrews without entering them, because they were marked with the blood of the lamb, which, for this reason, was called the paschal lamb. The following is what God ordained concerning the Passover: the month of the coming out of Egypt was after this to be the first month of the sacred or ecclesiastical year; and the fourteenth day of this month, between the two evenings, that is, between the sun's decline and its setting, or rather, according to our reckoning, between three o'clock in the afternoon and six in the evening, at the equinox, they were to kill the paschal lamb, and to abstain from leavened bread. The day following, being the fifteenth, reckoned from six o'clock of the preceding evening, was the grand feast of the Passover, which continued seven days; but only the first and seventh days were peculiarly solemn. With the blood of the lamb they sprinkled the door posts and lintel of every house, that the destroying angel at the sight of the blood might Pass over them. During the whole eight days of the Passover no leavened bread was to be used. The obligation of keeping the Passover was so strict, that whoever should neglect it was condemned to death, Numbers 9:13 . But those who had any lawful impediment, as a journey, sickness, or uncleanness, voluntary or involuntary, for example, those who had been present at a funeral, &c, were to defer the celebration of the Passover till the second month of the ecclesiastical year, the fourteenth day of the month Jair, which answers to April and May. We see an example of this postponed Passover under Hezekiah, 2 Chronicles 30:2-3 , &c. ...
The modern Jews observe in general the ceremonies practised by their ancestors in the celebration of the Passover. It is enough for us to be assured, that as Christ is called "our Passover;" and the "Lamb of God," without "spot," by the "sprinkling of whose blood" we are delivered from guilt and punishment; and as faith in him is represented to us as "eating the flesh of Christ," with evident allusion to the eating of the paschal sacrifice; so, in these leading particulars, the mystery of our redemption was set forth
Ark - There was a door also, through which the persons and the animals would enter and Pass out. The ark was fitted with rings, one at each of the four corners, and through these were Passed staves of the same wood similarly overlaid, by which it was carried by the Kohathites
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"Of happy, he is become miserable " that is, from happy from being happy, he has Passed to being miserable. That which proceeds from or is produced by a person, is naturally the property or possession of that person, as the son of John and this idea of property in the course of time would Pass to things not thus produced, but still bearing a relation to another thing
Hospitality - The following notices by modern travellers serve to illustrate very striking many Passages of Scripture. Thus De la Roque says, "We did not arrive at the foot of the mountain till after sunset, and it was almost night when we entered the plain; but as it was full of villages, mostly inhabited by Maronites, we entered into the first we came to, to Pass the night there. In the caravans, I have often seen with pleasure a mule-driver press those who Passed to partake of his repast; and though the majority politely excused themselves, he gave, with an air of satisfaction, to those who would accept of it, a portion of his little meal of bread and dates; and I was not a little surprised when I saw, in Turkey, rich Turks withdraw themselves into corners, to avoid inviting those who might otherwise have sat at table with them
Mennonites - Menno was born at Witmarsum, a village in the neighbourhood of Bolswert, in Friesland, in the year 1505, and died in 1561, in the duchy of Holstein, at the country-seat of a certain nobleman, not far from the city of Oldesloe, who, moved with compassion by the view of the perils to which Menno was exposed, and the snares that were daily laid for his ruin, took him, with certain of his associates, into his protection, and gave him an asylum. Menno was a man of genius, though not of a very sound judgment: he possessed a natural and persuasive eloquence, and such a degree of learning as made him Pass for an oracle in the estimation of the multitude. ...
Though the Mennonites usually Pass for a sect of Anabaptists, yet M
Sinai - But the comparison of all the Scripture Passages rather shows that HOREB was the general name for the group, and SINAI the name of the sacred summit. When we drew near, and emerged out of a deep Pass, the scenery was infinitely striking; and on the right extended a vast range of mountains, as far as the eye could reach, from the vicinity of Sinai down to Tor, on the Gulf of Suez. We had hoped to reach the convent by daylight; but the moon had risen some time when we entered the mouth of a narrow Pass, where our conductors advised us to dismount
Ark - It was borne by the priests into the bed of the Jordan, which separated, opening a pathway for the whole of the host to Pass over (Joshua 3:15,16 ; 4:7,10,11,17,18 )
Palm (of Hand) - ” God told Moses: “… While my glory Passeth by, that I will put thee in a clift of the rock, and will cover thee with my hand while I Pass by” ( Passages kaph is synonymous with the entire hand. Perhaps the same nuance occurs in Passages such as Passages kaph signifies the sole of the foot, the hollow part
Micaiah - " Micaiah replied: "if thou return at all in peace Jehovah hath not spoken by me; hearken, O nations, every one of you"; appealing not only to Israel but to the Gentile world, to which Ahab had conformed, and which may heed, since Israel will not, so as when the event should come to Pass to discern the truth of Jehovah (Micah 1:2)
King, Christ as - His dominion is everlasting and shall never Pass away
Wrath, Wrath of God - He predicted a day that will come at an unknown time when “the earth will Pass away” (Mark 13:31 ; compare the entire chapter)
Bring - ...
To bring about, to bring to Pass to effect to accomplish to bring to the desired issue. ...
To bring over, to bear across, as to bring over dispatches, to bring over Passengers in a boat also, to convert by persuasion or other means to draw to a new party to cause to change sides, or an opinion
Pillar - And it came to Pass, as Moses entered into the tabernacle, the cloudy pillar descended, and stood at the door of the tabernacle, and the Lord talked with Moses
Act of Faith - They usually contrive the Auto to fall on some great festival, that the execution may Pass with the more awe; and it is always on a Sunday
Inquisition - ...
The inquisitors, who are ecclesiastics, do not pronounce the sentence of death, but form and read an act, in which they say, that the criminal, being convicted of such a crime, by his own confession, is with much reluctance, delivered to the secular power, to be punished according to his demerits: and this writing they give to the seven judges, who attend at the right side of the altar, and immediately Pass sentence
Sojourn, Dwell - In the eschaton such “clients” were to be treated as full citizens: “And it shall come to Pass, that ye shall divide it [1] by lot for an inheritance unto you, and to the strangers that sojourn among you, which shall beget children among you: and they shall be unto you as born in the country among the children of Israel; they shall have inheritance with you among the tribes of Israel” ( Passover ( Titus - Paul wrote this epistle; but as he desires Titus to come to him at Nicopolis, and declares his intention of Passing the winter there, some have supposed that, when he wrote it, he was in the neighbourhood of that city, either in Greece or Macedonia; others have imagined that he wrote it from Colosse, but it is difficult to say upon what ground. Paul, not long before he wrote this epistle, had left Titus in Crete for the purpose of regulating the affairs of the church, and at the time he wrote it had determined to Pass the approaching winter at Nicopolis, and as the Acts of the Apostles do not give any account of St
Veil - But, although they are so closely wrapped up, that those who look at them cannot see even their hands, still less their face, yet it is reckoned indecent in a man to fix his eyes upon them; he must let them Pass without seeming at all to observe them
Condemn, Condemnation - 3, signifies "to give judgment against, Pass sentence upon;" hence, "to condemn," implying (a) the fact of a crime, e. 1 above); hence "a judging, a Passing of judgment upon a person or thing;" it has a variety of meanings, such as judicial authority, John 5:22,27 ; justice, Acts 8:33 ; James 2:13 ; a tribunal, Matthew 5:21,22 ; a trial, John 5:24 ; 2 Peter 2:4 ; a judgment, 2 Peter 2:11 ; Jude 1:9 ; by metonymy, the standard of judgment, just dealing, Matthew 12:18,20 ; 23:23 ; Luke 11:42 ; Divine judgment executed, 2 Thessalonians 1:5 ; Revelation 16:7 ; (b) sometimes it has the meaning "condemnation," and is virtually equivalent to krima (a); see Matthew 23:33 ; John 3:19 ; James 5:12 , hupo krisin, "under judgment
Locust - Russel says, "Of the noxious kinds of insects may well be reckoned the locusts, which sometimes arrive in such incredible multitudes, that it would appear fabulous to give a relation of them; destroying the whole of the verdure wherever they Pass
Poetry, Hebrew - That literature abounds with illustrations of all forms of Lyrical poetry, in its most manifold and wide-embracing compass, from such short ejaculations as the songs of the two Lamechs and Psal 15,117 and others, to the longer chants of victors and thanksgiving, like the songs of Deborah and David. Its germs are the floating proverbs which Pass current in the mouths of the people, and embody the experiences of many with the wit of one. Inasmuch as it represents an action and a progress, it is a drama as truly and really as any poem can be which develops the working of Passion and the alter-nations of faith, hope, distrust, triumph and confidence and black despair, in the struggle which it depicts the human mind as engaged in while attempting to solve one of the most intricate problems it can be called upon to regard
Descent Into Hades - ...
The Apostles seem to have taught from the first that the soul of Christ Himself Passed into Hades at His death. His reference to ‘the lower parts of the earth’ in Ephesians 4:9 has been interpreted to mean ‘came down to earth in the Incarnation’: ‘Now this, he ascended, what is it but that he also descended first into the lower parts of the earth?’ But the phrase had been used in Psalms 63:9 with reference to Hades, and has probably that meaning in this Passage also. ...
Thus we find the way prepared for explanation of the difficult Passage 1 Peter 3:18-20 : ‘Because Christ also suffered for sins once, the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to God; being put to death in the flesh, but quickened in the spirit; in which also he went and preached unto the spirits in prison, which aforetime were disobedient, when the long-suffering of God waited in the days of Noah, while the ark was a preparing’; cf. Augustine this Passage was interpreted to mean that Christ preached to the spirits of men and women who were drowned in the Flood. ...
We may Pass by fanciful theories such as that the Passage refers to the preaching of Enoch regarded as an incarnation of the Messiah. We may hope for fresh light on the point from further research, and for the present may rest content with the interpretation which enables us to quote these Passages in 1 Peter
Jonah - When in the depths he cried to Jehovah, "out of the belly of Sheol:" as the remnant of Israel will plead when they feel that the sentence of death is Passed upon them. Jonah is once spoken of elsewhere as having prophesied of events which came to Pass in the days of Jeroboam 2
Pisidia - 204) think that he chose the steep Pass leading from Attalia to Lake Ascania (Buldur Göl). Paul and Barnabas ‘passed through Pisidia’ (διελθὀντες τὴν Πισιδίαν, Acts 14:24), a phrase which, according to Ramsay, implies that some missionary work was attempted on the way
Elijah - ...
The time had now come for Elijah to Pass on to Elisha the responsibility for preserving the faithful and preparing judgment for the Baalists
Time - He established the cycle of days and seasons by which time is known and reckoned (Genesis 1:14 ) and possesses the power to dissolve them according to his eternal purposes (Isaiah 60:19-20 ); moreover, he controls world history, determining in advance the times set for all nations and bringing them to Pass (Daniel 2:21 ; Acts 17:26 ). The span of life is brief and Passing (Psalm 144:4 ; James 4:14 ). ...
All people, moreover, will experience the Passage of time in life after death. In the same way, Jesus' second coming, the goal and end-point of redemptive history, will come to Pass at God's appointed time (Mark 13:32 ; Acts 1:7 ; 3:21 ; 1 Timothy 6:14-15 )
Lamentations - ...
So here he writes "lamentations" on the overthrow of the Jewish city and people, as Septuagint expressly state in a prefatory verse, embodying probably much of the language of his original elegy on Josiah (2 Chronicles 35:25), and Passing now to the more universal calamity, of which Josiah's sad death was the presage and forerunner. His appeal in both is to Jehovah for judgment (Lamentations 3:64-66; Jeremiah 11:20); Edom, exulting in Zion's fall, is warned that God's winecup of wrath shall Pass away from Zion and be drunk by Edom (Lamentations 4:21; Jeremiah 25:15-21; Jeremiah 49:12). At one time he speaks of her, then introduces her personified, and uttering the pathetic appeal (antitypically descriptive of her Antitype Messiah), "Is it nothing to you, all ye that Pass by? Behold
Lord's Prayer, the - While his relation to the Father and the spirit is unique in view of his oneness and equality within the Triune Family, as incarnate Son he also exemplifies direct address, Passionate intent and purity, unostentatious setting in prayer, and concern with the two dimensions of proper prayer—honoring the Father vertically and asking for help in realizing the Father's will in the present mission horizontally. The triplet indicates not so much the power of the petitioner to bring about what is petitioned, but agreement with the fact that God is already sovereignly bringing to Pass all three petitions. Accordingly, the kingdom comes as sinners ask forgiveness of the Lord by acknowledging moral and spiritual obligations, receive saving grace by faith, and then Pass along the good news of Jesus to others with a forgiving heart. Jesus defeated the tempter by successfully Passing the probation of testing (Matthew 4:1-11 ), and hence proved worthy as his disciples' savior and exemplar
Serve - “So all the service of the Lord was prepared the same day, to keep the Passover, and to offer burnt offerings upon the altar of the Lord, according to the commandment of King Josiah” ( Pass not away, I pray thee, from thy servant” (cf. 1:1 is one example: “Now after the death of Moses the servant [7] of the Lord it came to Pass, that the Lord spake unto Joshua, the son of Nun, Moses’ minister [8]
Paul as a Controversialist - Till, what Jeremiah exclaimed somewhat Passionately and somewhat hyperbolically concerning himself, became literally true in the case of Paul. But, on the other hand, if you are not naturally a Christian gentleman, and yet truly wish to be such, then, know this, that God has surpassed Himself in fitting up and fitting out this present life for your transformation from what you are to what you wish to be. ...
Have you ever read that completely overlaid English classic, Paley's Horœ Pauliœ? In that incomparable specimen of reasoning the Archdeacon has a fine expression and a fine Passage on Paul's "accommodating conduct. "They cannot turn back, and they cannot Pass each other; there is not an inch of spare room. What then will they do, do you suppose? What would you do? Well, Nature has taught the one goat to lie down and let the other Pass over it, and then they both get to the end of the day safe and sound. Will you lie down and let me Pass over your prostrate body, and then we shall both be saved?...
"Above all things the servant of the Lord must not strive. This Passage is five-and-twenty centuries old, but it might have been written in London or Edinburgh yesterday. But the design of the great historian in publishing that Passage, as well as my design in preaching it, is to set before you and before myself, in every possible way, the mischief and the shame of such a state of things
Joab - ...
David was all heart, and Passion, and sensibility; while Joab was all self-will, and pride, and as hard as a stone. ' And though it was a clear enough crime in David to Pass by Joab's murder of Abner, it came out afterwards to be a most terrible blunder. 'And it came to Pass in the morning that David wrote a letter to Joab, and sent it by the hand of Uriah. Unless you are astute enough, and wicked enough, and then honest enough to tell us, we shall not know till the day of judgment what all Passed through Joab's heart when he read that letter, and read it again with his glancing eyes. And it came to Pass that, when Joab observed the city, he assigned Uriah unto a place where he knew that valiant men were on the wall. Thou art my hiding-place; Thou shalt compass me about with songs of deliverance
Nabal - But time Passes, and there Passes away with time all the hospitality, humility, pliability, and sweetness of the churlish and obstinate man. ...
'And it came to Pass in the morning, when the wine was gone out of Nabal, and his wife had told him all these things, that his heart died within him, and he became as a stone. Hear those churlish men as they Pass by and wag their heads, and rail at David's Son cast out upon the cross from among men, while, all the time, He dies to save and bless them. Great Example! Great Refuge and Great Strength to us all! The Butt, the Jest, the Scoff, the Flout of all who Pass by! We come to Thee. Finally, be ye all of one mind, having compassion one of another, love as brethren, be pitiful, be courteous
Hittites - Assuming that this is correct, the principal habitat of the Hittites was Asia Minor, for these monuments are found from Karabel, a Pass near Smyrna, to Erzerum, and from the so-called Niobe (originally a Hittite goddess), near Magnesia, to Jerabis, the ancient Carchemish, on the Euphrates
Habakkuk - ), for the words "in your days" (Habakkuk 1:5) imply that the prophecy would come to Pass in the lifetime of the persons addressed
Intercession - Amos prayed that God's word would not come to Pass (Amos 7:5-6 )
Propitiation - In view of Christ’s death, God was able to ‘pass over’, temporarily, the sins of Old Testament believers
Heaven - Paul's "third heaven" (2 Corinthians 12:2) to which he was caught up implies this superlatively high heaven, which he reached after Passing through the first heaven the air, and the second the sky of the stars (Ephesians 4:10). Hebrews 7:26, "made higher than the heavens," for Christ "passed through the heavens" (Hebrews 4:14, Greek), namely, the aerial heaven and the starry heaven, the veil through which our High Priest Passed into the heaven of heavens, the immediate presence of God, as the Levitical high priest Passed through the veil into the holy of belies. The visible heavens shall Pass away to give place to the abiding new heaven and earth wherein shall dwell righteousness (Psalms 102:25-27; Isaiah 65:17; Isaiah 66:22; 2 Peter 3:7; 2 Peter 3:13; Revelation 21:1; Hebrews 12:26-28)
Israel - The ten tribes will, by a mighty hand and with fury poured out, be brought into the wilderness, and there God will plead with them, cause them to Pass under the rod, and bring them into the bond of the covenant; but the rebels will be purged out
Zacchaeus - Later in His progress, when He had Passed through Jericho and had healed the blind, He met Zacchaeus, chief among the publicans or tax gatherers, i. ...
Zacchaeus could not see Jesus "for the press, because he was little of stature"; but where there is the will there is a way; he ran before (eagerness and determination, Hebrews 12:1; but God's love ran first toward Zacchaeus, Luke 19; Luke 15:20), and climbed up into a sycamore to see Jesus as He was to Pass that way
Aaron - In the Christian thought of the apostolic age all these functions Pass over to Jesus Christ, with modifications emphasizing their ethical effect and the intrinsically spiritual benefit that follows. One of the most general statements is Hebrews 2:17, where the phrase ‘things pertaining to God’ covers both sides of the relations between God and man, though prominence is given, as in the Passages that speak of Christ as our Advocate with God, to the work done by Him as representing men. Much the same is the case with the great Passage on mediatorship (1 Timothy 2:5)
Ship - The imperfect build of ships caused the need of "undergirders" to Pass round the frame, at right angles to its length, when the planks were in danger of starting. Of the 32 parts or points of the compass card a modern ship will sail within six points of the wind. Having no compass or charts, they seldom ventured voyaging in winter (Acts 27:9), and the absence of visible sun or stars seriously embarrassed them (Acts 27:20). In the intricate Passages between islands and mainland they did not sail by night when the moon was dark (Acts 20:13-16; Acts 21:1)
Mercy - Is that disposition of mind which excites us to pity and relieve those who are in trouble, or to Pass by their crimes without punishing them. Parents love their children simply as they are their children; but if they fall into misery, love works in a way of pity and compassion: love is turned into mercy. It is, therefore, an usurped authority, which man has no right to exercise over brute creatures, which were made for his service, convenience, support, and ease; but not for the gratification of unlawful Passions, or cruel dispositions. With regard to criminals or delinquents, it is false compassion to suppress the salutary abmonition, and refuse to set their guilt before them, merely because the sight of it will give their conscience pain: such unseasonable tenderness in a surgeon may prove the death of his patient: this, however it may appear is not mercy, but cruelty. As it respects those who are in tribulation or misery, to be sure, every such person is an object of our compassion; but that compassion may be, and often is, exercised in a wrong manner
Glory - Thus when Moses desired, that the Lord would shew him his glory, the Lord said, "I will make all my goodness Pass before thee; and I will proclaim the name of the Lord
Offer - 12:11 (the first biblical occurrence) the word is used of spatial proximity, of being spatially close to something: “And it came to Pass, when he was come near to enter into Egypt, that he said unto Sarai his wife. …” The later Passage ( Passages this martial coloring is not immediately obvious to the casual reader but is nonetheless present: “When the wicked … came upon me to eat up my flesh …” ( Eudoxius, Bishop of Constantinople - To what restraint will men be amenable, who impudently Pass from city to city, seeking with a most unlawful appetite every occasion to enrich themselves?" Meanwhile the new prelate was preaching open Arianism and persecuting the orthodox
Ways - The chief magistrate of every district through which he had to Pass was, by his office, obliged to have the roads cleared, levelled, and smoothed; and he mentions, that a magistrate of one of the districts, having failed in this part of his duty, was, together with his son, immediately put to death on the spot, where a thorn happened to catch the garment, and interrupt for a moment the progress of his majesty. In her march to Ecbatane, says the historian, she came to the Zarcean mountain, which, extending many furlongs, and being full of craggy precipices and deep hollows, could not be Passed without taking a great compass. Afterward she went into Persia, and all the other countries of Asia subject to her dominion; and wherever she went, she ordered the mountains and the precipices to be levelled, and raised causeways in the plain country, and at a great expense made the ways Passable
Olives - And it came to Pass, while he blessed them, he was parted from them, and carried up to heaven," Acts 1. There are two roads to it; one Passes over the Mount of Olives; the other, which is the shorter and easier, winds round the eastern end, having the greater part of the hill on the north or left hand, and on the right the elevation called by some writers the Mount of Offence, which is, however, very little above the valley of Jehoshaphat
Live - ...
4: βιόω (Strong's #980 — Verb — bioo — bee-o'-o ) "to spend life, to Pass one's life," is used in 1 Peter 4:2 . ...
7: διάγω (Strong's #1236 — Verb — diago — dee-ag'-o ) is used of time in the sense of Passing a life, 1 Timothy 2:2 , "(that) we may lead (a tranquil and quiet, RV) life;" Titus 3:3 , "living (in malice and envy)
Ostrich - " "Now it should be recollected," says the author of "Scripture Illustrated," "that the owl is not a desert bird, but rather resides in places not far from habitations, and that it is not the companion of serpents; whereas, in several of these Passages, the joneh is associated with deserts, dry, extensive, thirsty deserts, and with serpents, which are their natural inhabitants. Our ignorance of the natural history of the countries which the ostrich inhabits has undoubtedly perverted the import of the above Passages; but let any one peruse them afresh, and exchange the owl for the ostrich, and he will immediately discover a vigour of description, and an imagery much beyond what he had formerly perceived. They will devour leather, grass, hair, stones, metals, or any thing that is given to them; but those substances which the coats of the stomach cannot act upon Pass whole
Moth - His unrighteous acquisitions shall be of short continuance; they shall moulder insensibly away, returning to the lawful owner, or Pass into the possession of others
Raise - to go to walk, to Pass
Mountains - Travelers say it is a rare thing to Pass a mountain, even in the wild parts of Judea, which does not show that it was formerly terraced and made to flow with oil and wine, though it may now be desolate and bare
Sin - In some Passages, the word refers to falsehood or deception: “The words of his mouth are iniquity and deceit: he hath left off to be wise, and to do good” ( Passages. 68:21: “But God shall wound the head of his enemies and the hairy scalp of such a one as goeth on still in his trespasses [4]. ”...
Most occurrences of 'âshâm refer to the compensation given to satisfy someone who has been injured, or to the “trespass offering” or “guilt offering” presented on the altar by the repentant offender after paying a compensation of six-fifths of the damage inflicted (: “As for the head of those that compass me about, let the mischief of their own lips cover them. ...
The grace of God may remove or forgive “iniquity”: “And unto him he said, Behold, I have caused thine iniquity to Pass from thee …” (
Passages which prove that chaṭṭâ'th is not simply a general word for “sin”; since Jacob used two different words, he probably intended two different nuances. …”...
In a few Passages the term connotes the guilt or condition of sin: “… The cry of Sodom and Gomorrah is great, and … their sin is very grievous” (
Passages: “And thus shalt thou do unto them, to cleanse them: Sprinkle water of purifying upon them …” ( Passages use this word for the idea of “punishment for sin” ( Pass over. , the offender “passes beyond” the limits set by God’s law and falls into transgression and guilt. ...
Most frequently, ‛âbar illustrates the motion of “crossing over” or “passing over. ”) This word refers to crossing a stream or boundage (“pass through,”
), overflowing the banks of a river or other natural barriers (“pass through,” Passing a razor over one’s head (“come upon,” Passing of time (“went over,” Passage: “You shall not bring guilt upon the land
Suffering - word is also translation ‘afflictions’ (3 times; Revised Version ‘sufferings’), ‘affections’ (Galatians 5:24; Revised Version ‘passions’), and ‘emotions’ (Romans 7:5; Revised Version ‘passions’). The cognate verb πάσχω is always translation ‘suffer’ in Authorized Version and Revised Version , with two exceptions (Acts 1:3, ‘passion,’ Authorized Version and Revised Version ; Acts 28:5, Authorized Version ‘feel,’ Revised Version ‘took’). ...
Other words rendered by ‘suffer’ are ἀτιμάζω (Acts 5:41; Authorized Version ‘suffer shame,’ Revised Version ‘suffer dishonour’); ζημιόω (pass. , Revised Version , or ‘patiently endure,’ Hebrews 6:15, Authorized Version and Revised Version ); ναυαγέω, ‘suffer shipwreck’ (2 Corinthians 11:25, Authorized Version and Revised Version ); ὀνειδίζω (pass
Money - Gold and silver Pass as merchandise. ...
In all these Passages three things only are mentioned:...
1. Writers, who, in each little circumstance, which otherwise would Pass by unnoticed, so accurately describe the period of time, must certainly have had a personal knowledge of it
Holy Spirit - During the time of the Exodus, God deployed this wind to part the sea thus enabling the Israelites to Pass through safely and elude Pharaoh and his army ( Exodus 14:21 )
Samuel - But the call of Samuel when a child to the knowledge of the Lord is so truly interesting, and forms a point of decline so intimately connected with the gospel of Christ, that I cannot wholly Pass it by without begging the reader's permission to offer a short observation upon it. But I must Passover the consideration of these things, however interesting, to notice with more special marks of attention the call of Samuel, and the manner of it
Darius - The shortness of his reign and the eclipsing brilliancy of Cyrus' capture of Babylon caused Herodotus and Berosus to Pass Darius unnoticed
Veil of the Temple - ...
As the veil had to be Passed through to enter the holiest, so the human suffering flesh (Hebrews 5:7) of Christ's manhood which veiled His Godhead had to be Passed through by Him in entering the heavenly holiest for us. Neither can serve God at a distance, nor by deputy, as the natural man would wish; each must come for himself, and by union with our one Royal High Priest who, as He never dies, has a priesthood which Passeth not from, one to another (margin Hebrews 7:24). The women of Elis were forbidden to penetrate the sanctuary of Olympian Zeus; so the Hebrew women could not Pass the court of women
Bethesda - And others, equally erroneous, have supposed that some mineral quality might be in the pool, from the waters imbibing it in Passing over certain strata of the kind, as the mineral waters of Bath, and other places of the like nature. And surely, no one who reads his history of Israel's Exodus, and their Passage through the Red Sea, can be astonished that he should Pass by all notice of the pool of Bethesda
Remember - 8:1 with God as the subject: “God remembered Noah … : and God made a wind to Pass over the earth, and the waters assuaged
Supper - In Egypt, for every house of the children of Israel, a lamb was slain upon that night, when the Almighty punished the cruelty and obstinacy of the Egyptians by killing their first- born, but charged the destroying angel to Pass over the houses upon which the blood of the lamb was sprinkled. This was the original sacrifice of the Passover. In commemoration of it, the Jews observed the annual festival of the Passover, when all the males of Judea assembled before the Lord in Jerusalem. ...
There is a striking correspondence between this view of the Lord's Supper, as a rite by which it was intended that all Christians should commemorate the death of Christ, and the circumstances attending the institution of the feast of the Passover. Like the Jews, we have the original sacrifice: "Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us," and by his substitution our souls are delivered from death
Atonement - It is consequently Impossible that he can Pass over it. Enough is revealed to show us that "God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them
Out - ...
Out is much used as a modifier of verbs as, to come out, to go out, to lead out, to run out, to leak out, to creep out, to flow out, to Pass out, to look out, to burn out, to cut out, to saw out, to grow out, to spin out, to write out, to boil out, to beat out, &c. bearing the sense of issuing, extending, drawing from, separating, bringing to open view, or in short, the Passing of a limit that incloses or restrains or bearing the metaphorical sense of vanishing, coming to an end
Phoeni'ce, Phoenic'ia -
What may be termed Phoenicia proper was a narrow undulating plain, extending from the Pass of Ras el-Beyad or Abyad , the Promontorium Album of the ancients, about six miles south of Tyre, to the Nahr el-Auly , the ancient Bostrenus, two miles north of Sidon
Heaven, Heavenly - In His ascension Christ "passed through the heavens," Hebrews 4:14 , RV; He "ascended far above all the heavens," Ephesians 4:10 , and was "made higher than the heavens," Hebrews 7:26 ; He "sat down on the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens," Hebrews 8:1 ; He is "on the right hand of God," having gone into heaven, 1 Peter 3:22 . The present "heavens" with the earth, are to Pass away, 2 Peter 3:10 , "being on fire," 2 Peter 3:12 (see ver
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Being part of a world affected by sin and death, believers may have to Pass through physical death, but they will never die in the sense that really matters (John 11:25-26)
Predestination - -Predestination in its widest reference, as attributed to God, is ‘His eternal purpose, according to the counsel of His will, whereby, for His own glory, He hath foreordained whatsoever comes to Pass’ (The Shorter Catechism, A. ‘Foreordain’ in the Passages referred to above, and also in Acts 4:28 (AV_ ‘determined before’), 1 Corinthians 2:7 (AV_ ‘ordained’), renders προορίζειν, the tense employed in these six instances being the aorist, as befitted a purpose of the Divine mind from eternity. To bring to Pass the death of Christ He made use of the hatred of the Jews, the baseness of the betrayer, and the culpable weakness of the Roman governor. The first Christians discerned and acknowledged this as they lifted up their united voice in prayer to God and said: ‘Of a truth in this city against thy holy Servant Jesus, whom thou didst anoint, both Herod and Pontius Pilate, with the Gentiles and the peoples of Israel, were gathered together, to do whatsoever thy hand and thy counsel foreordained to come to Pass’ (ὄσα ἡ χείρ σου καὶ ἡ βουλὴ προώρισεν γενέσθαι, Acts 4:27 f. These Passages ‘combine to show that not only in the physical world, which is generally admitted to be subject in all its provinces to the absolute control and regulation of the Almighty, but also in the moral world, all circumstances and events, dependent though they may be on the voluntary actions of His intelligent creatures, are nevertheless pre-arranged and predetermined by Him; or, in other words, that whatsoever God does by His own personal agency in any department of the universe, and whatsoever He permits to be done by the agency of His rational creatures, is done or permitted by Him purposely and designedly, in accordance with his own determinate counsels, and for the accomplishment of His own contemplated ends’ (Crawford, Mysteries of Christianity, p. Paul casts into his own more philosophical moulds and expounds in language which has not only Passed into the vocabulary of theology, but even become familiar in the religious speech of many types of evangelical Christians. ...
In the opening Passage of the Epistle to the Ephesians St. It is He who, through the Holy Spirit, by the use of the means of grace, quickens into spiritual life men who are dead in trespasses and sins
Passover (i.) - PASSOVER (I. It may be derived from a root meaning to leap or Pass over, used of the sun at the spring-time; or to Pass over, in the sense of sparing, the traditional meaning. Jewish expositors distinguish between ‘the Egyptian Passover’ and those which were subsequently observed,—‘the perpetual Passover’ or ‘Passover for the generations,’—and narrate the points in which they differ from each other; in the former the impure partook, the blood was sprinkled on the lintels, the fat was not burned, and no hymn was sung; with other details. One Passover is also recorded as kept by the returning exiles (Ezra 6:19). As the time drew nearer, the significance and laws of the feast were explained in the academies and synagogues, the last two Sabbaths before the Passover being specially occupied with this exposition. He states that at the Passover of a. An ancient Jewish tradition gives the number of Passover lambs on one occasion as 1,200,000. By the time this daily sacrifice was offered, the lambs had been brought to the Temple by those who had been selected to represent each Passover group at the slaughter of the victim. Although the priestly course on duty for the week attended to the daily sacrifice, to meet the necessity of the Passover the whole priestly body was in attendance. Each man representing a Passover group killed his own sacrifice, the nearest priest caught the blood in his bowl, Passed it to a fellow-priest and he again to another, while each as he received the full bowl handed back an empty one. It was to be roasted, in an earthenware oven; a spit of pomegranate wood was to be put in at the mouth and to Pass through at the vent; Justin Martyr (Tryph. 40) states that a transverse spit was Passed through the victim, thus forming a cross. ...
The meal was partaken of, not as at the first Egyptian Passover, in travelling dress, ‘with loins girded, with shoes on the feet, and staff in the hands,’ but in festive garments, and reclining on the left side ‘as free men do, in token of their freedom. After this, the president explained the significance of the Passover-lamb, of the bitter herbs, and of the unleavened bread. ...
In the case of persons Levitically unclean or living at a distance, it was permitted to celebrate the Passover on the corresponding day of the following month (Iyyar), according to the legislation of Numbers 9:9-12, 2 Chronicles 30:2; but in this case there was no search for and removal of leaven, no Hallel was sung at the supper, and no hagigah offered and eaten. It may be derived from a root meaning to leap or Pass over, used of the sun at the spring-time; or to Pass over, in the sense of sparing, the traditional meaning. ; Chwolson, Das letzte Passamahl Christi; J
Excommunication - So, in spiritual matters, the Church may Pass sentences of separation more or less complete, and though the supreme judge alone can pronounce the sentence of death in an absolute sense, yet the Church can Pass such a sentence in a relative sense-the offender being regarded as dead from the standpoint of the ecclesiastical court. The Passages of most importance on the subject under consideration are Matthew 16:19; Matthew 18:18, John 20:23. ‘To deliver such a one unto Satan for the destruction of the flesh, that the spirit may be saved in the day of the Lord Jesus’ (1 Corinthians 5:5), is an obscure Passage. ...
In addition to the specific case at Corinth and general references in such Passages as 1 Thessalonians 5:14, 2 Thessalonians 3:14 (cf
Abel - Pass before your eyes the first young man, the first young woman, you were intimate with. Call up the long-mouldered corpse of your first affection, your first Passion, your first love, your first lust. Men and women also still alive, but dead to you,-would God they were! Men and women who, when they, or their children, or only their spoken or written names Pass before you, make you wish they were dead-they or you
Parousia (2) - In one set of Passages Jesus looks forward to its early, and even speedy, approach. Yet we are confronted by another set of Passages that suggest a lengthened period of waiting, and the probability of the Parousia being deferred. It is at least clear that certain Passages in the discourse point to the judgment on Israel as a nation and the impending fall of Jerusalem and its Temple-worship, whilst it is equally clear that other Passages refer to a crisis, certainly to be looked for, but still lying in the distance (Matthew 24:43-50, Mark 13:34-37). ...
With the purport of these latter Passages, indicating a possible delay in the coming, there are several other sayings of Jesus that distinctly agree, as, e. Evidently Jesus was not unmindful of the preparatory process it might be necessary for the world to Pass through ere He could usher in the Kingdomi in ts full glory. —As to the manner of the Parousia, a considerable number of Passages represent it as altogether startling and unexpected. On the other hand, there are Passages in the Eschatological Discourse in Matthew 24 and Mark 13 which seem to represent the final coming as preceded by certain manifest signs which shall give evidence of its nearness—the appearance of false Christs (Matthew 24:5, Mark 13:6; Mark 13:22), wars, earthquakes, and famines (Matthew 24:7, Mark 13:7-10), persecutions and tribulations (Matthew 24:9, 1618543288_5), the darkened sun and falling stars (Matthew 24:29, Mark 13:24-25). If, however, the view of the composite character of that discourse, as we now have it, is accepted, the Passages describing such arresting phenomena may be interpreted as vivid pictorial forecasts of the calamitous state of things by which the threatened Jewish crisis would be ushered in. The heralds of the great climax, He declares, must not be taken as the climax itself; ‘All these things must come to Pass, but the end is not yet’ (Matthew 24:6). Entrusted by the Father with supreme judicial functions (John 5:22-23), He will gather all nations before Him to receive a reward according to their works (Matthew 16:27; Matthew 25:32); the secrets of all hearts shall be unveiled (Luke 12:2); there shall be a sifting and separation of the good from the bad, the spurious from the true (Matthew 7:22-23; Matthew 13:41; Matthew 13:49; Matthew 25:32); and the sentence of approval or of condemnation Passed shall depend on the attitude and spirit towards Himself by which the life has been swayed (Matthew 25:34-46)
Bread - “Bread” was baked in loaves: “And it shall come to Pass, that every one that is left in thine house shall come and crouch to him for a piece of silver and a morsel of bread …” ( Passages, lechem represents the grain from which “bread” is made: “And the seven years of dearth began to come, according as Joseph had said: and the dearth was in all the lands; but in all the land of Egypt there was bread” ( Samuel - There Samuel would offer sacrifices and Pass on God’s instructions (1 Samuel 10:8)
Witness - It soon became clear that this witness must be given at the risk of liberty and life, and, though in the NT μάρτυς does not Pass absolutely into the sense of ‘martyr’ (see Martyr), yet in Rev
Letter - King Hezekiah of Judah sent letters by couriers ordering that the Passover be kept (2 Chronicles 30:1-6 ). Colossians 4:16 instructed the Colossian church to read the letter and to Pass it along to the Laodicean church
Servant of the Lord, the - Isaiah 49:4 describes the godly in Israel who know what God wants but feel their own inadequacy and provides assurance that the work belongs to God, and He will bring it to Pass
Evangelist - ‘Evangelist’ is found in only three Passages in the Bible. He went from Jerusalem to preach in Samaria, was on the road to Gaza when he converted the eunuch, was afterwards at Azotus (Ashdod), ‘and Passing through he preached the gospel to all the cities, till he came to Caesarea’ (Acts 8:5; Acts 8:26; Acts 8:40). The third Passage is 2 Timothy 4:5, where Timothy is charged to ‘do the work of an evangelist’ in addition to his other duties. Then setting out on long Journeys they performed the duty of evangelists, being eager to preach Christ to those who had never yet heard anything of the word of faith, and to Pass on to them the Scripture of the Divine, Gospels
Judging (by Men) - —The right to Pass judgment upon both the actions of men and their characters as manifested in their conduct is implied in the power of rational and moral discrimination which all possess
Flood, the - This is a prophecy as little believed by many, as was the deluge that was proclaimed by Noah; but which will as certainly come to Pass
Caligula - It was the theory of the principate that it came to an end on the death of each Emperor, and that power returned to the Senate and people as in the days of the Republic; but in practice it was difficult, if not impossible, to Pass over the Emperor’s heir, and Gaius was thus proclaimed Emperor
Samuel, Second Book of - The punishment foretold by Nathan had come to Pass, but God had mercy on His anointed; the counsels of Ahithophel are turned to foolishness, and Absalom meets the end he deserved
Evangelist - ‘Evangelist’ is found in only three Passages in the Bible. He went from Jerusalem to preach in Samaria, was on the road to Gaza when he converted the eunuch, was afterwards at Azotus (Ashdod), ‘and Passing through he preached the gospel to all the cities, till he came to Caesarea’ (Acts 8:5; Acts 8:26; Acts 8:40). The third Passage is 2 Timothy 4:5, where Timothy is charged to ‘do the work of an evangelist’ in addition to his other duties. Then setting out on long Journeys they performed the duty of evangelists, being eager to preach Christ to those who had never yet heard anything of the word of faith, and to Pass on to them the Scripture of the Divine, Gospels
Baal - There, as they make fires on the tops of hills, every member of the family is made to Pass though the fire; as they reckon this ceremony necessary to ensure good fortune through the succeeding year
Belshazzar - During the period that the Jews were in captivity at Babylon, a variety of singular events concurred to prove that the sins which brought desolation on their country, and subjected them for a period of seventy years to the Babylonish yoke, had not dissolved that covenant relation which, as the God of Abraham, Jehovah had entered into with them; and that any act of indignity perpetrated against an afflicted people, or any insult cast upon the service of their temple, would be regarded as an affront to the Majesty of heaven, and not suffered to Pass with impunity, though the perpetrators were the princes and potentates of the earth
Ananias - But, if by forewarning him that he should immediately die, and the prediction came to Pass, it is evident that the power which attended this word of Peter was not from Peter, but from God
Dog - The irritable disposition of the dog is the foundation of that saying, "He that Passeth by, and meddleth with strife belonging not to him, is like one that taketh a dog by the ears," Proverbs 26:17 ; that is, he wantonly exposes himself to danger. " He also adds, that upon being asked by the king the reason of his dejected and sickly appearance, among other reasons, he informed him, "it was occasioned by an execution of three men, which he had lately seen; because the hyaenas, allured into the streets by the quantity of carrion, would not let him Pass by night in safety from the palace; and because the dogs fled into his house, to eat pieces of human carcasses at their leisure
Sepulchre - ...
Maundrell's description of the sepulchre north of Jerusalemsupposed by many to be the work of Helena queen of Adiabene, though now known as "the tombs of the kings,"may be useful for illustrating some Passages of Scripture: ...
"The next place we came to was those famous grots called the sepulchres of the kings; but for what reason they go by that name is hard to resolve; for it is certain none of the kings, either of Israel or Judah, were buried here, the holy Scriptures assigning other places for their sepulchres. You approach to it at the east side through an entrance cut out of the natural rock, which admits you into an open court of about forty paces square, cut down into the rock with which it is encompassed instead of walls. At the end of the portico, on the left hand, you descend to the Passage into the sepulchres. From this room you Pass into, I think, six more, one within another, all of the same fabric with the first
Passover - Hebrew PESACH, Greek PASCHA, a Passing over, a name given to the festival established and to the victim offered in commemoration of he coming forth out of Egypt, Exodus 12:1-51 ; because the night before their departure, the destroying angel, who slew the firstborn of the Egyptians, Passed over the houses of the Hebrews without entering them, they being marked with the blood of the lamb, which for this reason was called he Passover, Mark 14:12,14 1 Corinthians 5:7 , or the paschal lamb. The day following, being the fifteenth, reckoned from six o'clock of the preceding evening, was the grand feast of the Passover, which continues seven days, usually called "the days of unleavened bread," or "the Passover," Luke 22:1 ; but only the first and the seventh day were peculiarly solemn, Leviticus 23:5-8 Numbers 28:16,17 Matthew 26:17 . The Passover was to be slain and eaten only at Jerusalem, though the remainder of the festival might be observed in any place. If any one was unable to keep the Passover at the time appointed, he was to observe it on the second month; he that willfully neglected it, forfeited the covenant favor of God; while on the other hand resident foreigners were admitted to partake of it, Numbers 9:6-14 2 Chronicles 30:1-27 . The direction to eat the Passover in the posture and with the equipments of travelers seems to have been observed only on the first Passover. ...
Jewish writers give us full descriptions of the Passover feast, from which we gather a few particulars. ...
Our Savior partook of the Passover for the last time, with his disciples, on the evening with which the day of his crucifixion commenced, Matthew 26:17 Mark 14:12 Luke 22:7 . The following day, commencing with the sunset three hours after his death, was the Jewish Sabbath, and was also observed as "a Passover," John 13:29 18:28 19:14,31 . The Savior identified himself with the paschal lamb as its great Antitype, in substituting the Lord's supper for the Passover. "Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us," 1 Corinthians 5:7 ; and as we compare the innocent lamb slain in Egypt with the infinite lamb of God, the contrast teaches us how infinite is the perdition which He alone can cause to "pass over" us, and how essential it is to be under the shelter of his sprinkled blood, before the night of judgment and ruin overtakes us. ...
The modern Jews also continue to observe the Passover. ...
As to the Christian Passover, the Lord's supper, it was instituted by Christ when, at the last Passover supper he ate with his apostles, he gave them a symbol of his body to eat, and a symbol of his blood to drink, under the form of bread and wine; prefiguring that he should give up his body to the Jews and to death. The paschal lamb, which the Jews killed, tore to pieces, and ate, and whose blood preserved them from the destroying angel, was a type, and figure of our Savior's death and Passion, and of his blood shed for the salvation of the world
Ath'Ens - Their natural liveliness was partly owing to the purity and clearness of the atmosphere of Attica, which also allowed them to Pass much of their time in the open air
Death - There are examples to suggest that God could readily have brought a person’s earthly existence to an end without the person having to Pass through death (Genesis 5:24; 2 Kings 2:11; 1 Corinthians 15:51; Hebrews 11:5; cf. People are not the helpless victims of mechanical laws, but the subjects of divine compassion. Although they still live in the sphere of death’s influence, they have already Passed out of death into life
Nebuchadnezzar - 'This is the interpretation, O king, and this is the decree of the Most High: that they shall drive thee from men, and thy dwelling shall be with the beasts of the field, and they shall make thee to eat grass like an ox, and they shall wet thee with the dew of heaven, and seven times shall Pass over thee, till thou know that the Most High ruleth in the kingdom of men, and giveth it to whomsoever He will. And they shall drive thee from among men, and thy dwelling shall be with the beasts of the field; they shall make thee to eat grass as oxen, and seven times shall Pass over thee until thou know that the Most High ruleth in the kingdom of men, and giveth it to whomsoever He will. And then we leave it like Nebuchadnezzar to be read on our tombstone by all that Pass by-...
Those that walk in pride He is able to abase
Hospitality - to claim protection of a powerful man, and thus Pass under shelter of his name even before his tent is reached. was probably nothing more than a place where caravans were accustomed to halt and Pass the night
Manichees - ...
Those souls who believe Jesus Christ to be the Son of God, renounce the worship of the god of the Jews, who is the prince of darkness, and obey the laws delivered by Christ, and illustrated by Manes the comforter, are gradually purified from the contagion of matter; and their purification being completed, after having Passed through two states of trial, by water and fire, first in the moon and then in the sun, their bodies return to the original mass (for the Manicheans derided the resurrection of bodies, ) and their souls ascend to the regions of light. But the souls of those who have neglected the salutary work of purification, Pass after death into the bodies of other animals and natures, where they remain till they have accomplished their probation. On the other hand, they made fables and apocryphal books Pass for apostolical writings; and even are suspected to have forged several others, the better to maintain their errors. The elect were obliged to rigorous and entire abstinence from flesh, eggs, milk, fish, wine, all intoxicating drink, wedlock, and all amorous gratifications; and to live in a state of the severest penury, nourishing their emaciated bodies with bread, herbs, pulse and melons, and depriving themselves of all the comforts that arise from the moderate indulgence of natural Passions, and also from a variety of innocent and agreeable pursuits
Macarius Magnus, Magnes, a Writer - He dates Macarius as 300 years later than the "Divine and Apostolic preaching," as could be gathered from two Passages in the work. Jesus told His disciples "Fear not them who can kill the body," yet when danger was threatening Himself, He prayed in an agony that the suffering might Pass away. The devil had seen so many proofs of His divinity that he dared not assault Him again and so there was danger that that Passion which was to be the salvation of the world should never take place. Our Lord dissembles therefore and pretends to fear death and thus deceiving the devil hastens the hour of his assault; for when He prayed that His cup might Pass what He really desired was that it should come more speedily
Profaning, Profanity - In Ezekiel 22:26, with its clear distinction between βέβηλος and ἅγιος, together with its conception of a profaning of God Himself, we Pass from the moral into the still higher realm of spiritual religion. the Johannine Passages). And, though on this occasion He defends Himself by appealing to Jewish law and history, thus meeting His accusers on their own ground, He immediately Passes from this argumentum ad hominem to state the great principles on which He really stood in His free, though reverent (cf. For any foot of Gentile or Samaritan to Pass beyond the Court of the Gentiles meant death to the transgressor. For the Temple authorities this was quite enough; they had no compunctions about a traffic that was technically legal—least of all as the rents paid by the traders for the privilege of using the Temple court as a bazaar Passed into their own pockets
Body - The wonderful condescension of the Son of God in taking upon him our nature, and assuming a body, such as ours, in all points like as we are, yet without sin; makes it a most interesting subject, and comes home recommended to our tenderest affections, that it is impossible ever to Pass by it, or to regard it with coolness and indifference. " Hence, therefore, the Son of God Passed by the nature of angels, for an angel's nature would not have suited his purpose, nor ours
Priest - They were religious officials whose duty was to Pass on the instructions of the gods to the people and offer the people’s sacrifices to the gods (Genesis 41:45; Genesis 47:22; Exodus 2:16; Exodus 18:1; 2 Kings 11:18; Acts 14:13). They presented the people’s sacrifices to God (Hebrews 8:3; see SACRIFICE), and Passed on God’s instruction to the people (Malachi 2:7)
Establishments - That the case of the Jews can never be considered in point, as they were under a theocracy, and a ceremonial dispensation that was to Pass away, and consequently not designed to be a model for Christian nations
Sabbath - At the same time he knew that the law-code that Moses had given to Israel had fulfilled its purpose and was about to Pass away
Hell - of Jerusalem, where, after Ahaz introduced the worship of the fire gods, the sun, Baal, Moloch, the Jews under Manasseh made their children to Pass through the fire (2 Chronicles 33:6), and offered them as burntofferings (Jeremiah 7:31; Jeremiah 19:2-6). ...
The Passages which represent Ηades and the grave as a place where God can no longer be praised mean simply that the physical powers are all suspended, so that God's peruses can be no longer set forth on earth among the living
Colossae - No such chasm, however, exists at Colossae, and the historian has apparently misreported what he heard of the underground Passage of the river at its source, as accurately described by Strabo (XII. Commanding the approaches to a Pass in this range, and traversed by the great trade-route between Ephesus and the Euphrates, Colossae was at one time a place of much importance. It was visited, however, by streams of travellers Passing east and west, who made it conversant with the freshest thought of the time. In his second journey he was debarred from speaking in Asia (Acts 16:6), the province to which Colossae politically belonged, and in his third tour ‘he went through the Galatic region and Phrygia [1] in order, confirming the disciples,’ and ‘having Passed through the upper country (τὰ ἀνωτερικὰ μέρη) he came to Ephesus’ (Acts 18:23; Acts 19:1). , to suppose that he took the shorter hill-read by Seiblia and the Cayster valley, a road practicable for foot Passengers but not for wheeled traffic (W
Angel - 1 Samuel 14:14 ; but I must confess, that, though I do not at all see the impropriety of considering the providences of God as his angels or messengers for good or for evil, yet the Passages generally adduced under this head do not prove to me that the providences of God are meant in distinction from created angels. Some wonder that Moses, in his account of the creation, should Pass over this in silence
Turn - ) To make a turn about or around (something); to go or Pass around by turning; as, to turn a corner
Call - In prophetic literature, qârâ' is a technical term for “declaring” a prophetic message: “For the saying which he cried by the word of the Lord … shall surely come to Pass” (1 Kings 13:32). In several prophetic Passages, the Septuagint translates qârâ' “to read” rather than “to proclaim” (cf. Qârâ' means “to read to oneself” only in a few Passages
Keep, Watch, Guard - In extended application this emphasis comes to mean “to watch, observe”: “And it came to Pass, as she continued praying before the Lord, that Eli [1] her mouth” ( Passages this verb means “to keep” in the sense of saving or “retaining. ...
In three Passages shâmar seems to have the same meaning as the Akkadian root, “to revere
Sow - 47:24: “And it shall come to Pass in the increase, that ye shall give the fifth part unto Pharaoh, and four parts shall be your own, for seed of the field, and for your food. A closely related emphasis occurs in Passages such as Passages such as 1 Kings 11:14. Several other Passages exhibit the same nuance except that zera‛ is modified by an undesirable quality
Mouth - In Passages such as Passages peh represents the edge of a sword, perhaps in the sense of the part that consumes and/or bites: “And they slew Hamor and Shechem his son with the edge of the sword …” ( Passages such as Pass, that in all the land, saith the Lord, two parts therein shall be cut off and die; but the third shall be left therein” ( Harvest - Nor ought we to Pass over in silence the mutual salutation of Boaz and his reapers, when he came to the field, as it strongly marks the state of religious feeling in Israel at the time, and furnishes another proof of the artless, the happy, and unsuspecting simplicity, which characterized the manners of that highly favoured people. Russel informs us, they sang the ziraleet, or song of thanks, when the Passing stranger accepted their present of a handful of corn, and made a suitable return
Balaam - If, however, the reader will Pass from Numbers 22:21 to Numbers 22:35 he will find that the narrative runs smoothly, and that he is still viewing Balaam’s character from the same not unfavourable standpoint ( Numbers 22:35 Nature - Unless men Pass from the light of Nature into the presence of Him who is the Light of life, theirs will be the disappointment of all who seek in converse with Nature what can be attained only in communion with God through Christ. Paul says to the Ephesians: ‘we were by nature children of wrath, even as the rest’ (2:3), he associates himself with those who before they were quickened and became partakers of grace were ‘dead in trespasses and sins. ’ ‘Our trespasses and sins are, after all, not forced on us by our environment. In the context of this Passage St
Apostle - They then had the added responsibility of Passing on the teachings of Jesus to those who believed (Matthew 28:19-20). ...
The apostles did not Pass their office on to the next generation
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Tensions will arise, however, when the ruling authorities Pass laws that are unjust or anti-God. In such countries Christians can not only pray for God’s will to be done on earth, but they can actively work for those values of justice, freedom, morality, honesty and compassion that God desires for human society (Matthew 6:10)
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Where valleys, such as the Jezreel, had to be traversed, roads generally followed the higher ground along the base of the hills so as to bypass marshy areas and stay away from the raging torrents which sometimes filled stream beds in the rainy season. The roads that carried this traffic varied in size from two land thoroughfares about ten feet wide to simple tracks through fields barely wide enough for a man and donkey to Pass single file. Foreign rulers also fought to hold the city (which was destroyed over a dozen times during its period of occupation), and king Josiah of Judah died here defending the Pass against the army of Pharaoh Necho II in 609 B. One Passage (Isaiah 66:20 ) pictures the caravan of returning exiles riding on horses, mules, and dromedaries, as well as in chariots and litters. In this Passage the prophet condemns Shebna, the king's household steward for his extravagance and pride
High Place, Sanctuary - From these natural sanctuaries, which are by no means peculiar to the Hebrews or even to the Semitic family, we may now Pass to a fuller discussion of the local sanctuaries or ‘high places,’ which were the recognized places of worship in Israel until near the close of the seventh century b. From this standpoint the editors of Kings Pass judgment on the successive sovereigns, by whom ‘the high places were not taken away’ ( 1 Kings 15:14 RV Disciples - ...
To be sure, Paul did speak of certain others as “apostles” who likely were not eyewitnesses of the risen Lord (Acts 14:4,14 NAS and RSV notes; Philippians 2:25 ); but such Passages are only apparent exceptions, for the helpers in question are called “apostles” (normally translated “representatives” or “messengers”) of the churches , clearly suggesting a status different from that of the “apostle of Jesus Christ . It was the task of the disciple to learn, study, and Pass along the sayings and teachings of the master. In time, the disciple would, likewise, Pass on the traditions to others
Ezekiel - Christ's word shall be fulfilled, "till heaven and earth Pass one jot or tittle shall in no wise Pass from the law until all be fulfilled" (Matthew 5:18)
Exodus, the - Here, while they Passed safely through, Pharaoh perished in the waters (Psalms 136:15). The agency whereby the Passage was effected was natural, overruled by God to subserve His purpose of redeeming His people; in this lies its supernatura1 element; "the Lord caused the sea to go back by a strong east wind all that night, and made the sea dry land, and the waters were divided" (Psalms 114:3). Passing by Marah, they encamped under the palmtrees of Elim (wady Gharandel) by the waters. The route Passes Sarabit el Khadim, where are ruins and inscriptions proving its occupation by an Egyptian colony before Moses' time, so that the road would be sure to be kept in order and the watersprings kept open. "...
Rephidim is probably at the Pass el Watiyeh, shut in by perpendicular rocks, to Amalek a capital point for attack on Israel, commanding the entrance to the wadies surrounding the central Sinai. of the Pass commanding the battle. The Israelites Passed a whole year encamped "before the mount," and the pasturage and water supply at Ras Sufsafeh are much greater than those at Serbal, or in any other part of the peninsula
Numbers, Book of - ; as to restitution in all cases of trespass; and as to the trial of jealousy (Israel in result became unfaithful in her relations with Jehovah). Before Israel started on their journey from Sinai, they were to keep the Passover, the memorial of their redemption from Egypt. From here they had to make a long detour to the Akaba Gulf of the Red Sea because the Edomites would not suffer them to Pass through their land. After skirting the east of the land of Edom, the Israelites encountered the Amorites, who, refusing to let them Pass, were smitten by Moses, and Heshbon was taken
Man - In some later Passages of Scripture 'âdâm is difficult to distinguish from ‘ish—man as the counterpart of woman and/or as distinguished in his maleness. … His dominion is an everlasting dominion, which shall not Pass away …” Here the phrase represents a divine being. And it came to Pass at the end of two months, that she returned unto her father, who did with her according to his vow which he had vowed: and she knew no man” ( Passages such as Passages the word is applied to a son (cf. ...
Many Passages use 'ı̂ysh in the more general or generic sense of “man” (‘adam), a human being: “He that smiteth a man, so that he die, shall be surely put to death” (
Passages the word suggests the meaning “each” ( Passages. In this Passage the 'ĕnôsh is blessed because he has been morally strong
Lazarus - The very evangelists Pass over Lazarus as if he were a worm and no man. ' And the sound of many waters fell silent for a season as they saw one of the most shining of their number rise up, and lay aside his glory, and hang his harp on the wall, and Pass out of their sight, and descend to where their heavenly Prince still tarried with His work unfinished
Joseph And Mary - What a call it was, and what a prospect it opened up! No sooner was Mary left alone of the angel than she began to realise something of what had been appointed her, and what she must now prepare herself to Pass through. The sharp sword that the aged Simeon afterwards spoke of with such Passion was already whetted, and was fast approaching her devoted and exposed heart. Mary must have Passed through many dark and dreadful days when all she had given her to lean upon would seem like a broken reed. "Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in Him, and He will bring it to Pass; and He shall bring forth thy righteousness as the light, and thy judgment as the noonday. But all this, and all that they had Passed through since the angel came to Zacharias at the altar, only made the re-betrothal of Joseph and Mary the sweeter and the holier, with the aged priest acting more than the part of a father, and Elizabeth acting more than the part of a mother. And yet again, when another twelve years have Passed by, we find the same Evangelist still pointing out the same distinguishing feature of Mary's saintly character, "They understood not the saying which Jesus spake unto them; but His mother kept all these sayings in her heart
Elijah - Arrived at the borders of Gilead, which Elijah had left many years before, it "came to Pass as they still went on and talked" they were suddenly separated by a chariot and horses of fire; and "Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven, "Elisha receiving his mantle, which fell from him as he ascended
Transmigration - But if this exegesis of the Passage be correct, then, at least in the minds of the disciples who propounded the question, there was a doctrine of transmigration. the idea that when the soul leaves the body at death it Passes into another body, was held widely among the Egyptians, the Hindus, and the Greeks. The soul is supposed to Pass into another organism of the same class, or of a higher or a lower class. Chief and foremost among these are the Passages which refer to John the Baptist (Matthew 11:4; Matthew 17:12-13, Mark 9:13). The idea of transmigration is more natural in this Passage, but even here it is not clearly set forth
Blessing And Cursing - Normally, however, when used as a verb, the word is in the Passive voice (“be blessed”), as though to suggest that persons do not have in themselves the power to bless. Blessing and cursing released suprahuman powers which could bring to Pass the content of the curse or the blessing
Lord's Day - But if the Gentile Christian did not observe the Jewish Sabbath, yet he could not be ignorant of its deeper meaning, for he saw the Sabbath observed by his Jewish neighbours, and read in the OT of its institution and uses; and thus imperceptibly the essential principles of the Sabbath would Pass into the Christian idea of their own sacred day of rest and worship
Sea of Glass - In the former Passage, the Sea of Glass like crystal (θάλασσα ὑαλίνη ὁμοία κρυστάλλῳ) forms a part of the surroundings of the throne in heaven. In the latter Passage the position of the Sea is not mentioned, but is no doubt understood to be the same, and the Sea itself is further described as ‘mingled with fire’ (μεμιγμένην πυρί). ...
(g) Finally, an interesting Passage from the Bundahiš may be quoted (SBE Lebanon - Many Passages refer to its beauty, particularly in relation to its cedars and other trees (see Psalms 72:16 , Song of Solomon 4:11 , Hosea 14:5 ; Hosea 14:7 ). The former range is divided from the mountains of Galilee by the deep chasm made by the Litâni river in its Passage seawards. extremity, by a, Pass (along which the French diligence road runs), and especially by the Wady Barada
Light - It is the task of all believers to Pass on the divine light they have received
Levite - It was a life of sacrifice and service with their service to the Lord being their valuable inheritance that they could Pass on to the next generation
Marriage (ii.) - Polygamy is not excluded by the Hebrew, but is obviously inconsistent with the LXX Septuagint statement, and even more so with the inference drawn from the Passage by Jesus. At the same time, just because marriage, though a good, is one which must Pass with the present age, He teaches that in some cases it must be avoided
Damascus - We must therefore Pass this Passage by with the remark that it is not unlikely that Abram’s servant was a native of Damascus
Proverbs, Book of - In this book God has furnished, through the wisest of men, principles and precepts for the guidance and security of the believer in Passing through the temptations to which he is exposed in an evil world. ...
Christians should study the Book of Proverbs, for (even when properly occupied with heavenly things, and the interests of Christ on earth) they are apt to overlook the need of wisdom from heaven to Pass through this evil world, and to manage their affairs on earth in the fear of God
Set - ) To Pass below the horizon; to go down; to decline; to sink out of sight; to come to an end
Arabia - Paul’s conversion-it would scarcely have been possible for a stranger to Pass through the centre of the perturbed country without an escort of soldiers
Water - In other Passages “water” is used to represent timidity: “… Wherefore the hearts of the people melted, and became as water” ( Pass away” (Job 11:16). The 36 occurrences of this word appear almost exclusively in poetical Passages but in all historical periods
Cast - The distance Passed by a thing thrown or the space through which a thing thrown may ordinarily Pass as, about a stones cast
Tree - Some have supposed the meaning of this Passage to be, that the soldiers of Absalom were destroyed by the wild beasts of the wood; but it can scarcely be supposed, that in the reign of David, when the Holy Land was crowded with inhabitants, the wild beasts could be so numerous in one of the woods as to cause such a destruction. It is probable, however, that nothing more is intended by the sacred historian, than the mention of a fact familiar to military men in all ages, and whatever kind of weapons were then employed in warfare,—that forests, especially such thick and impassable forests as are common in warm countries, constitute the very worst ground along which a discomfited army can be compelled to retreat. Their orderly ranks are broken; the direction which each warrior for his own safety must take is uncertain; and while one tumultuous mass is making a Pass for itself through intervening brushwood and closely matted jungle, and another is hurrying along a different path and encountering similar or perhaps greater impediments, the cool and deliberate pursuers, whether archers or sharp shooters, enjoy an immense advantage in being able to choose their own points of annoyance, and by flank or cross attacks to kill their retreating foes, with scarcely any risk to themselves, but with immense carnage to the routed army
Jeroboam - Whether it were that the promises thus made by Ahijah prompted Jeroboam to aim at taking their accomplishment into his own hands, and, with a view to that, began to solicit the subjects of Solomon to revolt; or whether the bare information of what had Passed between the prophet and Jeroboam, excited his fear and jealousy, it appears evident that the aged monarch took the alarm, and attempted to apprehend Jeroboam, who, getting notice of what was intended him, made a precipitate retreat into Egypt, where he remained till the death of Solomon. He was now blind through old age; but the prophet was warned of her approach, and, before she entered his threshold, he called her by name, told her that her son should die, and then, in appalling terms, denounced the impending ruin of Jeroboam's whole family, which shortly after came to Pass
Wells - " So important was the successful operation of sinking a well in Canaan, that the sacred historian remarks in another Passage: "And it came to Pass the same day, (that Isaac and Abimelech had concluded their treaty,) that Isaac's servants came and told him concerning the well which they had digged, and said unto him, We have found water; and he called it Shebah, (the oath,) therefore the name of the city is Beershebah unto this day," Genesis 26:33 . The oriental shepherds were not on other occasions so Passive, as the violent conduct of the men of Gerar sufficiently proves
Perfection (of Jesus) - Our life is composed of three elements—thought, and will, and feeling; and according as one or other of these may preponderate, we have men of action, men of thought, men of Passion. It is the most Passionate invective in literature. Passion easily contents itself with strong denunciation. We see in them the thinker, the seer before whose glance secret things lie open and bare, as well as the prophet with his Passion for simplicity and truth. It was felt at Nazareth when they took up stone to stone Him and He Passed through their midst (Luke 4:30), and at Gethsemane when the soldiers fell back before the majesty of His bearing (John 18:6). There He looked into the Father’s purpose, till the glory that lay beyond and the love that shone through it kindled their reflexion on His face, till He saw His way so clearly that He could never miss it, never be in any hesitation about it,—the way, amid the conflicting Passions of men, to His throne on Calvary. ...
(c) There remains another great class, the men of Passion. He belongs to one age and people; and the ideal of his day, which is only in a state of becoming, and is surely Passing away into some higher, fuller ideal, as the thought and experience of the race widen, inevitably bounds his spirit. The ideal of the good man grows; it draws to itself elements from different nations and different times; it Passes through subtle changes and permutations. He Passed by all customs and observances that were of His day and race; He removed all barriers and limits which men put to human brotherhood. In mathematics and in all the mechanical sciences we Pass with sure foot from one thing gained to another. But never will the mind of the world Pass beyond the bounds of that ideal, or draw light from any further source. ...
Jesus is the Lord of the new society, not only because He enunciated with perfect clearness its ultimate law, but because He Himself followed this law unerringly in His own life ‘without being let or hindered, as we are, by the motions of private Passion and by self-will’ (M. Jesus discerned the spiritual soundness which might underlie sins of Passion, the capacity of generosity with its healing power, the quick and deep response to a gospel of forgiveness in the humility of self-accusing hearts, the sacred soil where love grows (Luke 7:47; Luke 18:13, Matthew 21:28-32). Francis might offer to Pass through the fire, but Jesus expected no guarding or attesting miracle. ’ Only twice during that night was this peace greatly disturbed: in Gethsemane when He prayed, ‘Father, if it be possible, let this cup Pass from me’ ( Immortality (2) - There will be many things within the compass of His own knowledge which they cannot now bear (John 16:12). ...
One of the most important Passages, rather, perhaps, on the ground of what it implies than of what it directly states, is the declaration recorded in St. The permanence of His words is contrasted with that which in the universe appears most permanent and unchanged, ‘Heaven and earth shall Pass away, but my words shall not Pass away’ (Mark 13:31, cf. ...
The literal demands of these Passages would be satisfied by what has sometimes been termed ‘racial’ or ‘collective’ immortality; in which the race might be supposed to persist, while the individuals, each and all in turn, perished. And in the one Passage where it is definitely relegated to the future (John 5:29) the parallelism of the phraseology (ἀνάστασις κρίσεως—ἀνάστασις ζωῆς) shows that whatever threatening of suffering or retribution may lie behind the word, there is no thought of extinction, or of a final end, in the mind of the Speaker,—they that have practised ill ((Revised Version margin)) come to the resurrection equally with those that have done good. It is worthy of notice that in one of the above Passages (Luke 20:35) the future αἰών is something to be gained (τυχεῖν); its nature or characteristic, therefore, was more prominent to the writer’s mind than any mere question of duration. ...
In the last two Passages especially it is clear that in no shape or form is there attached by the Speaker or His hearers to the phrase ‘end of the age’ the thought of a termination of personality or conscious life. The close of the one epoch marks the opening of another, into which Pass without interruption the actors and participators in the present
Preaching - It is impossible, in the compass of this work, to give a complete history of this article from the beginning down to the present day. The apostles being dead, every thing came to Pass as they had foretold. The church of Rome has produced some great preachers since the reformation, but not equal to the reformed preachers; and a question naturally arises here, which it would be unpardonable to Pass over in silence, concerning the singular effect of the preaching of the reformed, which was general, national, universal reformation. When Narni taught the populace in Lent, from the pulpits of Rome, half the city went from his sermons, crying along the streets, Lord have mercy upon us; Christ have mercy upon us; so that in only one Passion week, two thousand crowns worth of ropes were sold to make scourges with; and when he preached before the pope to cardinals and bishops, and painted the crime of non-residence in its own colours, he frightened thirty or forty bishops who heard him, instantly home to their dioceses. Command a man to utter what he has no inclination to propagate, and what he does not even believe; threaten him, at the same time, with all the miseries of life, if he dare to follow his own ideas, and to promulgate his own sentiments, and you Pass a sentence of death on all he says
Lord's Prayer (ii) - And when we Pass to the three petitions of the second group, the same threefold view of God may be traced, coming, too, in the same order, so that the successive clauses of this group correspond respectively to those of the first. ’s version as the one which has Passed into general use in the Christian Church. This is the prayer of active rather than of Passive obedience, an obedience like that of God’s angels who excel in strength and do His commandments. ’ We Pass now from the God ward to the manward aspects of the prayer. quotidianum, but finds no support in etymology, and may be regarded perhaps as nothing more than a guess suggested by what the sense of the Passage appeared to require. (Matthew 6:14-15) ‘trespasses’ (παραπτώματα) is used—the word which in the Bk. On this Jesus placed great emphasis, so great that He does for the fifth petition what He does for no other, adding at the end of the prayer (Matthew 25:14-15) a sentence of explanation and enforcement, in which He makes it perfectly clear that if we will not forgive those who have trespassed against us, neither will our Father in heaven forgive our trespasses. He hangs out a red lamp of warning on the dark and crooked road along which we have to Pass, and summons us to ‘watch and pray’ (cf. It is significant that, apart from these two Passages in Mt
Hebrews, Theology of - With only two exceptions (4:7,7:14, where the human author is named) Passages are cited in terms of their divine, otherwordly source: ...
"God says" (1:5; 4:3; 5:5-6; 7:21; 8:8; 12:26; 13:5) "Someone has testified" (2:6) "Jesus says" (2:12; 10:5) "The Holy Spirit says" (3:7; 10:15,17) "It is declared" (7:17) Direct citation—no source cited (10:37) "Word of encouragement" (12:5) "We may say with confidence" (13:6) Third, the message of Hebrews is structured around certain proof-texts that may be considered primary because of the pivotal function each appears to have in the unfolding argument of the epistle. The author's penchant for proof-texting is magnified in chapter 8, where five of the thirteen verses encompass a direct citation of the new covenant Passage from Jeremiah 31:31-34 . Repetition of the Jeremiah covenant Passage in 10:16-18 is of great significance here. There is a strong affirmation here of the words of Jesus (Matthew 24:35 ), that though heaven and earth Pass away, "my words will never Pass away
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‘O my Father, if it be possible, let this cup Pass away from me: nevertheless not as I will, but as thou wilt. Matthew gives the words of the second prayer, which he reports as repeated the third time (Luke 22:42; Luke 22:44): ‘O my Father, if this cannot Pass away, except I drink it, thy will be done. ’ Having Passed in review the material which is offered us in dealing with the question of the nature of the agony in Gethsemane, we may now concentrate our attention upon it, excluding all reference to other matters which are dealt with in their own place. Since His announcement of His Passion (Matthew 16:21) the disciples had been becoming less and less His companions, as they were being more and more estranged from His purpose
Providence - Nothing, therefore, it should seem, can come to Pass at any time, or in any part of the universe, which its incomprehensible Architect did not, from the moment his almighty fiat called it into existence, clearly foresee. But they are words without meaning; or, as far as they have any signification, they are no other than names for the unknown operations of providence; for it is certain that in God's universe nothing comes to Pass causelessly, or in vain
Spiritual Gifts - The principal Passages which deal with spiritual gifts are Romans 12:6 ff. ( b ) From these we Pass to the non-miraculous gifts, gifts of character, and mental and spiritual endowments of various kinds. Paul Passes on to the doctrine of the one body, served in different ways by all its members
Flowers - The rich Pass away just as quickly as the period of time for blooming flowers Passes away (James 1:10-11 )
Relics - The rage of procuring relics for this and other purposes of a similar nature became so excessive, that in 386, the emperor Theodosius the Great was obliged to Pass a law, forbidding the people to dig up the bodies of the martyrs, and to traffic in their relics. Besides the arguments from antiquity, to which the Papists refer in vindication of their worship of relics, of which the reader may form some judgment from this article, Bellarmine appeals to Scripture in support of it; and cites the following Passages, viz
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Jesus, with His soul sorrowful to the point of death, prayed three times that His cup of suffering might Pass, but He was nevertheless submissive to God's will (Matthew 26:38-39 ,Matthew 26:38-39,26:42 ,Matthew 26:42,26:45 )
Education in Bible Times - Parents could utilize the interest aroused in their children by actual life observances such as Sabbath or Passover to teach about God. This heritage she would be able to Pass on to her own children in their very early years
Prophet, Christ as - The largest Old Testament Passage on the coming Messiah in the role of a prophet is Deuteronomy 18:15-19 . Other New Testament Passages where Jesus is recognized as a "Prophet" include Mark 6:15 ; Luke 7:16 ; 24:19 [1]; John 7:40 ; 9:17 . Therefore, this Passage at once provides for a whole order, or institution of prophets, while it incorporates within that same seminal thought the provision for one who would be the representative of all of prophets par excellence. ...
We need only look at one prediction to illustrate the credibility of Jesus as a prophet whose word came to Pass: the destruction of the temple
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Hebrew is probably from Eber, a Hebrew word meaning "to Pass over," and the name of an ancestor of Abram, Genesis 10:24; Genesis 11:13
Abomination of Desolation - —This phrase is found in the NT only in Matthew 24:15 and Mark 13:14, in both cases forming part of the Passage in which Christ predicts the woes to come on the Jews, culminating in the destruction of Jerusalem. In support of this view it is urged (a) that the ‘little Apocalypse’ (2 Thessalonians 2:1-12, a Passage closely resembling this) clearly contemplates a Jewish apostasy; (b) that the word used in Daniel (שׁקּוּץ = βδέλυγμα) is properly used not of idolatry in the abstract, but of idolatry or false worship adopted by Jews (1 Kings 11:5, 2 Kings 23:13, Ezekiel 5:11); (c) that there was among the Jews a tradition to the effect that Jerusalem would be destroyed if their own hands should pollute the Temple of God (ἐὰν χεῖρες οἰκεῖαι προμιάνωσι τὸ τοῦ θεοῦ τέμενος, Josephus BJ iv vi. 66) and the final investment by Titus (just before Passover a. ...
(6) Bousset treats the Passage as strictly eschatological, and as referring to an Antichrist who should appear in the ‘last days. ’* For - The radical sense of for is to go, to Pass, to advance, to reach or stretch. These senses seem to imply Passing, the proper sense of for
Apocalyptic - ” This term has Passed into English as “apocalypse. The first sentence of the Book of Revelation is noteworthy in this connection: “The Revelation of Jesus Christ , which God gave to him , to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to Pass ; and he sent and signified it by his angel unto his servant John : who bare record of all things that he saw
Statute, Ordinance - 5:22); and the celestial bodies: “He hath also stablished them for ever and ever: he hath made a decree which shall not Pass” ( Passover ( Altar - Apart from a Passing allusion to the altars which were thrown down in Elijah’s time (Romans 11:3), St. How revolting it is, then, to Pass from the altar of God or, by parity of reasoning, from the τρὰπεζα τοῦ Κυρίου, to the orgies of pagan gods, the τρὰπεζα δαιμονίων
Altar - Apart from a Passing allusion to the altars which were thrown down in Elijah’s time (Romans 11:3), St. How revolting it is, then, to Pass from the altar of God or, by parity of reasoning, from the τρὰπεζα τοῦ Κυρίου, to the orgies of pagan gods, the τρὰπεζα δαιμονίων
Roman Empire - In 321 the two Roman consuls sustained a disgraceful defeat at the Caudine Forks, a Pass in Campania, and the army had to Pass under the yoke. ...
Rome’s protectorate over the East did not yet Pass unquestioned. Many of Rome’s wars, which have to be Passed over without mention in this article, were connected with the consolidation of a power already defined
Turning - frequently occur in the Passive form, but with a reflexive or middle meaning, to denote the turning of oneself round. ’ Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 retains ‘conversion’ in the last-mentioned Passage, and ‘convert’ in James 5:19-20 (where the vb. ‘convert,’ but renders the reflexive στρέφεσθαι, ἐπιστρέφεσθαι as if they were genuine Passives, and instead of ‘turn’ has ‘be converted. But in the NT Passages, though the Gr. ’ Both in the last-mentioned Passages and in those cases in which, in accordance with the ordinary usage, the vbs. though Passive in form are certainly reflexive in meaning, Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 has changed the ‘be converted’ of Authorized Version into ‘turn’ (see Matthew 13:15; Matthew 18:3, Mark 4:12, Luke 22:32, John 12:40, Acts 3:19; Acts 28:27). Again, the notable Passage, Matthew 18:3. ...
When, we Pass to Acts, however, we do find ἐπιστρέφω and ἐπιστροφή in a sense that corresponds to the familiar use of the term ‘conversion. 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). —There is a very frequent misconception, according to which conversion is thought of as a Passive experience rather than an active energizing of the human will. ’ The Greek lends no support to the idea of a Passive conversion. ...
When we come to consider the precise relations between conversion and regeneration, we Pass into a difficult region where questions are raised which, as Professor Laidlaw has said, it has been the habit of theologians to avoid. There may be no day and hour that can be named, but there is generally a pretty well-defined period when the first instinctive love and faith and obedience Pass into the deliberate attitude of the surrendered will
Inspiration - ...
If Scripture were not plenarily and verbally sanctioned by God, its practical utility as a sure guide in all questions directly or indirectly affecting doctrine and practice would be materially impaired, for what means would there be of distinguishing the false in it from the true? Inspiration does not divest the writers of their several individualities of style, just as the inspired teachers in the early church were not Passive machines in prophesying (1 Corinthians 14:32). But inspiration was as much needed to write known facts authoritatively as to communicate new truths; else why should certain facts be selected and others be Passed by? Inspired prohibition is as miraculous as inspired utterance. He who, working through means, creates the minute leaf as well as the mighty forest, saith of all His word, "till heaven and earth Pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise Pass from the law until all be fulfilled" (Matthew 5:18; "law" means the whole Old Testament, as John (Matthew 10:35) uses "law" of the psalms). While some Passages affecting vital doctrines are on examination rejected as not in the original, the doctrines themselves stand firm as ever, because they rest on the agreeing testimony of the whole of God's word; in other Passages the orthodox truths are confirmed more fully by restoring the original text
Man (2) - When they found the teaching of Jesus difficult and obscure, and were almost tempted, like many others, to go no more with Him, He asks them plainly, ‘Will ye also go away?’ and the answer rises within them with all the strength of Passionate loyalty and conviction: ‘Lord, to whom shall we go? Thou hast the words of eternal life’ (John 6:66-68). He received ‘sinners,’ and ate with them; He dined with tax-gatherers, and spoke kindly and compassionately to a woman of ill fame (Luke 5:27-39; Luke 19:1-10, John 8:1-11). And from the moment Jesus set foot in Jerusalem, the priests and Sadducees, as the ruling official party, set themselves to work, not to confute Him, but to compass His death (Matthew 21:23; Matthew 26:3-4, Luke 19:47-48; Luke 19:20; Luke 19:22). He was often moved to compassion by the multitudes which followed Him; they were as sheep without a shepherd; they heard Him gladly, and even tarried with Him a whole day, and that in a desert place (Mark 1:41; Mark 6:30-36). ...
What was it that led Jesus to teach and to associate Himself, not simply with Jews, but with men as men? What was it that carried Him willingly and of set purpose into all classes of society, and especially among the outcast and unfavoured folk? What led Him to seek, not the righteous, but sinners, and not the whole, but the sick? To answer this question we must Pass to—...
2. They Pass into each other, and are deeply interfused; so much so, that at times we seem but to have been looking at different sides of the same fundamental truth. It is noteworthy that Jesus never mentions the fall of man, nor is there any very conclusive Passage in which He speaks of man as a sinner
Saul - And yet, when we turn back and begin to read Saul's whole history over again with our eye on the object; when we stop and look round about us as we read, the ancient obscurity begins to Pass off, but only to let alarm and apprehension for ourselves and for our own sons take its place. Let him who Passed all that before him yesterday, and then laid out all this week, redeeming all the time, that he might read the best and hear the best-let that man, and let no other man, cast the first stone at stupid Saul and his stupid father. 'Behold now,' said Saul's servant when the asses were hopelessly lost, 'there is in this city a man of God, and he is an honourable man: all that he saith cometh surely to Pass; now, let us go thither. Only, there is one dark Passage toward the end of Saul's insane life that we need neither Shakespeare nor Newman to open up to us
Philip: Deacon And Evangelist - The more you persecute them and cast them out, and the more tribulation you Pass them through, they will only preach all that the better. "...
Years and years and years Pass on
Agriculture - The multitude are, to His compassionate eye, as ‘sheep I not having a shepherd’ (Matthew 9:36, Mark 6:34). The mesh was wide enough to allow the separated grains to Pass through, but retained the unthreshed ears, which were cast again on the threshing-floor. ]'>[4] kirbal), and permits only broken grains and dust to Pass through, while retaining the unbruised kernels. ; Wilkinson, Ancient Egyptians, Passim; Thomson, The Land and the Book; van Lennep, Bible Lands and Customs; ZDPV [3]7 , Passim; Ungewitter, Die landwirthschaftlichen Bilder und Metaphern i
Psalms - Were the Messiah not concerned in the Psalms, it would have been absurd to celebrate twice a day, in their public devotions, the events of one man's life, who was deceased so long ago, as to have no relation now to the Jews and the circumstances of their affairs; or to transcribe whole Passages from them into their prayers for the coming of the Messiah. What then do we mean, when, taking such expressions into our mouths, we utter them in our own persons, as parts of our devotions, before God? Assuredly we must mean a spiritual Jerusalem and Sion; a spiritual ark and temple; a spiritual law; spiritual sacrifices; and spiritual victories over spiritual enemies; all described under the old names, which are still retained, though "old things are Passed away, and all things are become new," 2 Corinthians 5:17 . For let it not Pass unobserved, that when, upon the first publication of the Gospel, the Apostles had occasion to utter their transports of joy, on their being counted worthy to suffer for the name of their Lord and Master, which was then opposed by Jew and Gentile, they brake forth into an application of the second Psalm to the transactions then before their eyes, Acts 4:25 . Most of them, it is apprehended, have a double sense, which stands upon this ground and foundation, that the ancient patriarchs, prophets, priests, and kings, were typical characters, in their several offices, and in the more remarkable Passages of their lives, their extraordinary depressions and miraculous exaltations foreshowing him who was to arise as the head of the holy family, the great prophet, the true priest, the everlasting king. We shall perceive the two senses very distinct from each other, yet conspiring in perfect harmony, and bearing a wonderful resemblance in every feature and lineament, while the analogy between them is so exactly preserved, that either may Pass for the original, from whence the other was copied
Poetry - These doubtful Passages should he left out of account until the essential principles of the poetry of the Hebrew people are determined, and then the test can be reasonably applied to them. ...
Passing over, with the brief allusion already made, the peculiarities of thought, of vocabulary, and of grammar which poetry reveals, the features that one expects to find in OT poetry concern the line, and the stanza or strophe. It is by its persistence and uniformity that parallelism certifies to the poetical nature of a Passage. ...
Till thy people Pass over, Jahweh,...
Till thy people Pass over, which thou hast purchased. The wedding song evidently furnished the model of the Passage Isaiah 5:1 ff. The same rhythm is detected in a few Passages of similar import in the prophets
Pseudo-Chrysostomus - Some early critics, indeed, defended the genuineness of the expurgated form, contending that the Passages found in some copies, where the doctrine of our Lord's equality with the Father is formally combated, had been but scribblings by an Arian in the margin of an orthodox writer, which through mistake had crept into the text. Some of the heretical Passages can be cut out without injury to the context, but there remain many Passages of undisputed genuineness in which the author unmistakably defines his position, and reveals himself as a member of a small persecuted sect which condemned the dominant church as heretical, and was in turn denounced as heretical by the state and as such visited with temporal penalties; and he marks the reign of Theodosius as the time when orthodoxy was overwhelmed and when what he calls the heresy of the Homoousians became triumphant (48, 199; 49, 20). It being clear that the author was not a member of the Catholic church, it is unreasonable to doubt the genuineness of the Passages where he exhibits his Arianism, e. " We must therefore regard the expurgation of the Passages as probably due to their heterodoxy. It was not only the Arian Passages which were expurgated. where the writer speaks (19, 93) of "offering the sacrifice of bread and wine," he is made to say "the sacrifice of Christ's body and blood"; and a Passage is cut out altogether where he argues that if it be dangerous to transfer to private uses the consecrated vessels "which contain not the Lord's real body, but the mystery of His body," how much more to profane the vessels of our own body which God has prepared for His dwelling-place. ...
When the controversial Passages had been expurgated, there was nothing to excite orthodox suspicions in our writer's language about our Lord's divinity. If in his controversial Passages he is eager to argue that the Son, "to Whom all things were delivered by the Father," can neither be identical with the Father nor equal to Him, he is equally energetic in repelling the doctrine that He was mere man; and the heresy of the Homoousians is not more reprobated than that of Photinus, who, in his recoil from Arian ditheism, completely separated the Saviour's manhood from the one supreme Divinity. How much there was to recommend the book to a religious mind is evident from the fact that it Passed so long as Chrysostom's. The work itself makes no claim to such authorship; the writer is evidently addressing persons who knew him and to whom he had no motive for trying to Pass himself off as other than he was. But there are other Passages where the argument turns on the use of Latin; e. (53 223) money Passing from hand to hand—"usu ipso multiplicatur unde dicitur usura ab usu," or (7 53) where an explanation is suggested why at the call of the apostles Peter and his brother are described as "mittentes retia," John and his brother "retia componentes," "quia Petrus praedicavit evangelium et non composuit sed Marcus ab eo praedicata composuit; Joannes autem et praedicavit evangelium et ipse composuit. The first of these Passages does not appear in our present text of the Constitutions; the second is from bk. He has little in common with that father's comments on the same Passages of St. 218) counting it as belonging to the first table; yet he appears to have been acquainted with Augustine's Enarrationes on the Psalms as he has scarcely a quotation from the Psalms which does not shew some resemblance to Augustine's comment on the same Passage; e. , which would allow it time to grow into such repute in an expurgated form as to Pass for Chrysostom's with Nicolas I. Augustine, and might very conceivably adopt his exegesis of particular Passages, though on the whole slightly regarding his authority
Jonah, Theology of - ...
God is "gracious and compassionate, … slow to anger and abounding in love, a God who relents from sending calamity" (4:2). In other lot-casting scenes that identify a person allegedly threatening the life of the community, the judge after ascertaining what was done seeks to Pass the death sentence forthwith
Habakkuk, Theology of - All nature is a Passive creation that must do his bidding. Baal's palace crumbles into dust when Yahweh, the Divine Warrior, Passes by on his way to battle elsewhere. It is not clear whether the woe pronounced against drink is literal or figurative, but the cup will eventually Pass back to the one who first offered it (2:15-16)
Cain (1) - "It shall come to Pass that every one that findeth me shall slay me," words implying that the human race had even then multiplied since Adam's expulsion from Eden, a fact also appearing from Cain having a wife, doubtless one of Adam's descendants; the sacred historian only giving one or two prominent links of the genealogy, not the sons, much less the daughters, all in full
Ecclesiastes, Book of - All things Pass away
Number - Daniel 4:16; Daniel 4:25, "seven times shall Pass over thee" (Nebuchadnezzar)
Timothy, the Second Epistle to - ) Shortly before his second imprisonment Paul visited Ephesus, where new elders governed the church (Acts 20:25, most of the old ones had Passed away), say in the latter end of 66 or 67 A. ...
Other characteristics of the pastoral epistles are solicitude for "sound" teaching, as opposed to the morbid subtleties of theosophists; the importance attached to church administration and organization; doxologies, as from one continually realizing God's presence, now especially when earthly things were about to Pass from him so soon (1 Timothy 1:17; 1 Timothy 6:15-16; 2 Timothy 4:18)
Gentiles (2) - ἔθνη, and has thus Passed into English. ...
The fact that Jesus did not Pass His youth in the religiously exclusive atmosphere of Jerusalem, but in the freer and more liberal surroundings of semi-Gentile Galilee, fits in with the prophetic word of Simeon at the Presentation, and the declarations of His forerunner: He was to be ‘a light to lighten the Gentiles’ (Luke 2:32); and, God was able to raise up to Abraham children (Luke 3:8) who could not boast any natural descent from the patriarch. ...
There are two Passages in the Gospels which demand a Passing notice, as they might seem at first sight to be in opposition to our Lord’s usual attitude towards the Gentiles. ’ And there are other Passages, such as Matthew 24:14; Matthew 26:13, from which it is plain that our Lord contemplated the world-wide preaching of the gospel by His followers, the fulfilment, in fact, of the ancient prediction to the father of the faithful: ‘In thy seed shall all the nations (goiïm) of the earth be blessed’ (Genesis 22:18)
Self-Denial - The word used (ἀπαρνέομαι) occurs elsewhere only in the parallel Passages (Mark 8:34, Luke 9:23); in the accounts given by the four Evangelists of St. —The practices by which men have sought to accomplish this kind of self-denial Pass generally under the name of asceticism
Providence - But they are words without meaning; or, as far as they have any signification, they are no other than names for the unknown operations of Providence; for it is certain that in God's universe nothing comes to Pass causelessly, or in vain
Atonement, Day of - The details of the ritual by which these relations were periodically renewed are of surpassing interest, as showing how the loftlest religious thought may be associated with ritual elements belonging to the most primitive stages of religion. lest the mysterious contagion Pass to the people with disastrous results. The author of the Epistle to the Hebrews in a familiar Passage contrasts the propitiatory work of the Jewish high priest on this day with the great propitiation of Him who, by virtue of His own atoning blood, ‘entered in once for all into the holy place’ (Hebrews 9:12 RV Satan - Nevertheless, in a work of this kind, I cannot prevail upon myself to Pass it wholly by, without offering a few brief observations concerning the Scripture account which is given us of one, to whose infernal malice we owe all the miseries, sorrows, and evils of the present life
Zedekiah - So God by Jeremiah gave the enslavers a "liberty" (Jeremiah 34:17) fatal to them, manumission from God's free service (Psalms 119:45; John 8:36; 2 Corinthians 3:17), to Pass under the bondage of the sword, pestilence, and famine
Communion - From this conception of the transfigured body it is easy to Pass to the other one of a spiritual body whose members are the partakers (1 Corinthians 10:17)
Elijah - Traversing in the close company of Elisha the spots which, however now perverted, told of certain great truths — Gilgal, of the necessity of the judgement of self, the place of circumcision — Bethel, of the faithfulness of God and the resources which are His for His own, the place where God had appeared to Jacob — Jericho, of the power of God as against all that of the enemy — they reached the Jordan through which they Passed dry shod, the waters being separated hither and thither by Elijah smiting them with his mantle. The land of Israel is left by the well-known figure of death, "and it came to Pass, that as they still went on and talked, that, behold, there appeared a chariot of fire and horses of fire, and parted them both asunder; and Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven. " Figuratively he had Passed through death, and ascended to heaven: this forms the basis of Elisha's ministry
Blood - (c) It is the sign and pledge of Christ’s free surrender of Himself to His atoning death (Hebrews 9:12-14, Revelation 1:5), and symbolizes the experience through which Jesus must Pass on His way to perfected communion with God and the final stage of His mediatorial agency (Hebrews 10:19; Hebrews 13:12, 1 John 5:6-8; cf. The vivid imagery of this word receives nowhere a closer definition; its force lies in its suggestion of one aspect of the experience of the man who Passes from the consciousness of the bondage of sin to the joyful freedom of forgiveness
Wise, Skilled - 41:8: “And it came to Pass in the morning that his spirit was troubled; and he sent and called for all the magicians of Egypt, and all the wise men thereof: and Pharaoh told them his dream; but there was none that could interpret them unto Pharaoh
Head - It denotes the “first” in a temporal sequence: “And it came to Pass in the six hundredth and first year, in the first month, the first day of the month …” (Ezra 9:2, ri'shôn is used both of precedence in time and of leadership: “… The holy seed have mingled themselves with the people of those lands: yea, the hand of the princes and rulers hath been chief in this trespass
John - John has the immortal honour of having conceived and meditated and indited the most magnificent Passage that has ever been written with pen and ink. ...
And, then, as was sure to come to Pass, the disciple of meditation and imagination becomes at last, the apostle of love
Elijah - Traversing in the close company of Elisha the spots which, however now perverted, told of certain great truths — Gilgal, of the necessity of the judgement of self, the place of circumcision — Bethel, of the faithfulness of God and the resources which are His for His own, the place where God had appeared to Jacob — Jericho, of the power of God as against all that of the enemy — they reached the Jordan through which they Passed dry shod, the waters being separated hither and thither by Elijah smiting them with his mantle. The land of Israel is left by the well-known figure of death, "and it came to Pass, that as they still went on and talked, that, behold, there appeared a chariot of fire and horses of fire, and parted them both asunder; and Elijah went up by a whirlwind into heaven. " Figuratively he had Passed through death, and ascended to heaven: this forms the basis of Elisha's ministry
Josiah - ) In 2 Kings their suppression is narrated more minutely, the Passover celebration is summarized; in Second Chronicles their suppression is summarized (2 Chronicles 34:3-7; 2 Chronicles 34:33), but the Passover fully described (2 Chronicles 35:1-19). He defiled Tophot in the valley of the children of Hinnom, where the people used to make their children Pass through the fire to Moloch; and burned the chariots of the sun, and took away the stored horses, and destroyed Ahaz' altars on the housetop
Blood - (c) It is the sign and pledge of Christ’s free surrender of Himself to His atoning death (Hebrews 9:12-14, Revelation 1:5), and symbolizes the experience through which Jesus must Pass on His way to perfected communion with God and the final stage of His mediatorial agency (Hebrews 10:19; Hebrews 13:12, 1 John 5:6-8; cf. The vivid imagery of this word receives nowhere a closer definition; its force lies in its suggestion of one aspect of the experience of the man who Passes from the consciousness of the bondage of sin to the joyful freedom of forgiveness
Inspiration - They were to Pass this teaching on to those who became Christians (1618543288_79)
King - They wanted a system where the throne would Pass on automatically from the king to his son, generation after generation
New Testament - The demand for written and authentic narratives was forcibly realized only when Apostles and eye-witnesses began to Pass away (2 Peter 1:15 ff. —This may be said to have Passed through three stages, not wholly separable in point of time
John the Baptist - " Zacharias for unbelief in withholding credit without a sign was punished with dumbness as the sign until the event came to Pass. John fell just before the third Passover of Christ's ministry; his disciples buried him Self denial, humility, wherewith he disclaimed Messiahship and said he was not worthy to unloose His shoes' latchet, zeal for the Lord's honour, and holy faithfulness at all costs, were his prominent graces
Theodoricus, the Ostrogoth - When his negotiations failed to prevent a breach between Clovis and his son-in-law Alaric, and when the rout and death of Alaric threatened that all Gaul, and perhaps Spain, would Pass into the hands of the Franks, he felt compelled to interpose
New Jerusalem - The basis of the new conception within the OT is found in such Passages as Ezekiel 40:2 : ‘In the visions of God brought he me into the land of Israel, and set me down upon a very high mountain, whereon was as it were the frame of a city on the south,’ with the whole description of the city in the following chapters (40-48); Isaiah 54:11 ff. 16: ‘And the first heaven shall depart and Pass away, and a new heaven shall appear, and all the powers of the heavens shall give sevenfold light. … And they shall have a great indestructible wall, and a paradise bright and incorruptible, for all corruptible things shall Pass away, and there will be eternal life. … In his days Judah shall be saved, and Israel shall dwell safely; Jeremiah 12:15 : ‘After that I have plucked them [5] up, I will return and have compassion on them; and I will bring them again, every man to his heritage, and every man to his land’; Ezekiel 37:26 f. With Joel, who introduces us into the apocalyptic atmosphere, we find the same conception, as in the Prophets, of the eternity of the Messianic Kingdom with Jerusalem as its centre: ‘So shall ye know that I am the Lord your God, dwelling in Zion my holy mountain: then shall Jerusalem be holy, and there shall no strangers Pass through her any more. But this conception gradually underwent a change that can already be traced in two late Passages of the OT, viz. The two late Passages above imply a gradual transformation of the world-moral and physical-an idea which probably betrays Persian influence (cf. The change is, however, prepared for in certain post-Exilic Passages, e. It is a conception with an exclusively Jewish basis, but one that opens the way for the idea of a new era of blessedness, not on the present earth but in a renewed world; at the close of the Millennium the present order of things Passes away-‘And I saw a great white throne, and him that sat upon it, from whose face the earth and the heaven fled away; and there was found no place for them’ (Revelation 20:11); ‘And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth are Passed away’ (Revelation 21:1)
Prophet - We read: ‘It came to Pass when our Lord had ascended out of the water, the whole fountain of the Holy Spirit came down and rested upon him and said unto him, “My Son, in all the prophets I was looking for thee, that thou mightest come and that I might rest in thee. In a remarkable number of Passages Jesus speaks of receiving from the Father the truths He disclosed. Here also Jesus surpasses them. And if it seems strange that Israel, which more than all other nations had spiritual instincts, should have habitually rejected those sent to them with the very message they above all should have received, and if it be stranger still that they should have crucified the Messiah whom they so Passionately desired, it must be remembered that mankind at all times has been unable to receive, with patience, rebukes that shattered its self-conceit and truth that attacked its vested interests. The tone of authority in His utterances, the repeated ‘I say unto you’ astounded the multitude (Matthew 7:29); while the claim itself could not have been more strongly put forth than in His words, ‘Heaven and earth shall Pass away; but my words shall not Pass away’ (Mark 13:31)
Individual - He called none accursed, and warned His followers against calling any one Raca (Matthew 5:22); and when He used the word ‘lost,’ it became in His mouth tender and compassionate and full of the heart of God. We shall have so much respect for our own individuality that we must be hurt, and for the individuality of others that we cannot Pass over their faults easily. There is an individual hearing and an individual answering, which, however little our minds may compass it, are essential both in God’s giving and in man’s receiving. But it is not true, as is argued, that we reach a higher stage when we are able calmly to recognize that the individual Passes and the society remains, that everyone should be content to live on in the lives of others, and that the Kingdom of God is everything and the individual nothing. Can a person whose isolation has been thus denned to himself, ever again Pass into the great undistinguishable mass? According to the orthodox conception, individuality, though a mere containing wall, is so adamantine, that, whatever it may contain, it must abide
Messiah - The Passage to which we refer occurs in a letter from a certain Rammân-nirâri of Nuhašši in Northern Syria addressed to the king of Egypt, in which it is stated that a former king of Egypt
‘They have appointed kings, but not from me (i. 735, became the germ of a great series of Messianic Passages which are found in Isaiah 9:1-6 [13]8, which was probably composed soon after b. ’...
All these Passages, as well as Is 2:2–4, are regarded by Duhm as Isaianic. 126–156, and by Marti in his Commentary on the above Passages: cf. On the other side, see the Commentaries of Duhm and Dillmann-Kittel (1898) on these Passages, and the Century Bible, Com. † [Note: Duhm deals very arbitrarily with these Passages. ] With the Passage in Jeremiah 23:5-8 cf. Also it appears from several Passages that Jeremiah thought rather of a succession of rulers of Davidic descent than of a single ruler. ...
When we Pass to the Trito-Isaiah (56–66), which probably arose in the years that immediately preceded the advent of Nehemiah, we find that the old ideal of the Davidic Messiah, which Ezekiel and Haggai attempted with poor success to revive, has altogether disappeared. ...
Before we Pass to the Greek period (b. 300 and later), it is necessary to refer briefly to a series of OT Passages of a Messianic or reputed Messianic character. ]'>[19]5 If we accept this emendation, the Passage may be regarded as Messianic. Budde refers this speech of Nathan and the following prayer of David to a later period than the other more primitive sections of the historical narrative, and we may reasonably follow him in ascribing this Passage to the 7th cent
Foresight - Luke (Luke 4:43) in quite Johannine wise (Luke 5:23-24; Luke 5:30; Luke 5:36; Luke 5:38, Luke 6:29; Luke 6:38-40 et Passim) expresses it, ‘was sent’ (cf. All of them lay open before the eyes of God; and the only limit to pre-announcement was the extent to which God had chosen to reveal what was to come to Pass, through His servants the prophets. The Divine decree expressed in the latter must be accomplished, and to that end this … came to Pass, and that, according to the whole of its contents’ (Meyer, Matthew 1:22). Matthew 28:6, Luke 24:44, and such Passages as Matthew 26:32; Matthew 26:34, Mark 16:7). John’s Gospel should be separated from its companions in this matter (Schenkel says frankly that it is only because there is no such Passage in St
David - in His Races - Then Pass on to far on in his life, and open the hundred and thirty-ninth psalm; and I am safe to say that David, the author of that psalm, and Jesus of Nazareth, whom I may call the finisher of it, have been the only two saints and sons of God on the face of this earth who have ever taken, up, understood, and imaginatively and unceasingly employed in their prayers that great believing psalm. When, therefore, you begin to ask after and to enter on the life of faith, open and read David's life and David's psalms, comparing them together; and then Pass on to Jesus Christ, and then to the Apostle Paul. Faith, my brethren, is a Passion; it is a strong and a commanding instinct of our hearts after Christ, and after mystical union with Christ, so that we cannot be at peace and satisfied without Him. David is a man of like Passions with ourselves. He was a man of like Passions with us, and, like our Passions, his were sometimes at his heel, but more often at his throat. David held back his bad Passions at Saul, and at Shimei, and at Joab, occasion after occasion, till we were almost worshipping David. Till, of all times and of all places in the world, David's banked-up Passions burst out on his deathbed, that no flesh might glory in God's presence. And, like David, we sometimes master somewhat and smother down our Passions of resentment and retaliation and ill-will
Preaching - ...
The Apostles being dead, every thing came to Pass as they had foretold; the whole Christian system, in time, underwent a miserable change; preaching shared the fate of other institutions, and the glory of the primitive church gradually degenerated. And a question naturally arises here, which it would be unpardonable to Pass over in silence, concerning the singular effect of the preaching of the reformed, which was general, national, universal reformation. When Narni taught the people in lent, from the pulpits of Rome, half the city went from his sermons crying along the streets, "Lord, have mercy upon us;" so that in only one Passion week, two thousand crowns' worth of ropes were sold to make scourges with; and when he preached before the pope to the cardinals and bishops, and painted the sin of non-residence in its own colours, he frightened thirty or forty bishops, who heard him, home to their diocesses
Omnipresence - "...
Some striking Passages on the ubiquity of the divine presence may be found in the writings of some of the Greek philosophers, arising out of this notion, that God was the soul of the world; but their very connection with this speculation, notwithstanding the imposing phrase occasionally adopted, strikingly marks the difference between their most exalted views, and those of the Hebrew prophets on this subject. The Deity by them was considered not so much an intelligent Being, as an animating power, diffused throughout the world, and was introduced into their speculative system to account for the motion of that Passive mass of matter, which was supposed coeval, and indeed coexistent, with himself. So far is his presence from being bounded by the universe itself, that, as we are taught in the Passage above quoted from the Psalms, were it possible for us to wing our way into the immeasurable depths and breadths of space, God would there surround us, in as absolute a sense as that in which he is said to be about our bed and our path in that part of the world where his will has placed us. For this reason we are necessarily ignorant of a thousand things which Pass around us, incapable of attending and managing any great variety of affairs, or performing at the same time any number of actions, for our own good, or for the benefit of others. Although we feel this to be the present condition of our being, and the limited state of our intelligent and active powers, yet we can easily conceive there may exist beings more perfect, and whose presence may extend far and wide: any one of whom, present in what are to us various places, at the same time, may know at once what is done in all these, and act in all of them; and thus be able to regard and direct a variety of affairs at the same instant: and who farther being qualified, by the purity and activity of their nature, to Pass from one place to another, with great ease and swiftness, may thus fill a large sphere of action, direct a great variety of affairs, confer a great number of benefits, and observe a multitude of actions at the same time, or in so swift a succession as to us would appear but one instant
Division of the Earth - And the knowledge of this divine decree may satisfactorily account for the panic terror with which the devoted nations of Canaan were struck at the miraculous Passage of the Red Sea by the Israelites, and approach to their confines, so finely described by Moses:—...
"The nations shall hear [2] and tremble, Sorrow shall seize the inhabitants of Palestine. Then shall the dukes of Edom be amazed, Dismay shall possess the princes of Moab, ...
The inhabitants of Canaan shall melt away: Fear and terror shall fall upon them, ...
By the greatness of thine arm they shall be petrified, Till thy people Pass over [3] O Lord, ...
Till the people Pass over, whom thou hast redeemed
Obsolete or Obscure Words in the English av Bible - ...
Compass, Acts 28:13—to make a circuit; surround. ...
Undergird, Acts 27:17—pass ropes round hull of a ship
Court Systems - This was not an appeals court to which dissatisfied parties could bring their cases for reconsideration; it was a court of experts who could Pass judgment in cases too complicated for the local judges to decide themselves. The Passages about the high court in Jerusalem mention priests alongside the secular judge (Deuteronomy 17:9 ; Deuteronomy 19:17 ; 2Chronicles 19:8,2 Chronicles 19:11 )
Exodus - This Passage is quoted by Stephen in his defence before the council (Acts 7:6 ). And then, as the first step towards their independent national organization, they observed the feast of the Passover, which was now instituted as a perpetual memorial. "It came to Pass, that at midnight Jehovah smote all the firstborn in the land of Egypt. In the midst of the Passover feast, before the dawn of the 15th day of the month Abib (our April nearly), which was to be to them henceforth the beginning of the year, as it was the commencement of a new epoch in their history, every family, with all that appertained to it, was ready for the march, which instantly began under the leadership of the heads of tribes with their various sub-divisions
Neonomians - Yet the believer, whilst he lives in this world, is to Pass the time of his sojourning here with fear, because his warfare is not accomplished, and that it is true, that if he draw back, God will have no pleasure in him
Priest, Christ as - Luke reports a scathing criticism of priests and Levites who would Pass by a dying man, while a heretical Samaritan models divine love for his neighbor (Luke 10:30-35 ). ...
During the week of his Passion, Jesus wept over the city of Jerusalem and prophesied her future destruction (Luke 19:41-44 ; cf
Marriage (i.) - If her people were of the peasant class, and she was merely Passing to a neighbouring village, she would be already in her bridal dress and seated upon a led horse or mule, while in front of the procession young men and maidens individually engaged in sword-play and dancing. Those who were waiting to see the procession Pass raised the peculiar Oriental cry of marriage festivity, and thus, as the cry was taken up, the fact of his approach was known along the path in front of him up to the house in which the bride and her attendants were waiting. Then those who had merely come to do honour by joining in the procession returned to their houses, and the relatives and invited guests Passed in to the wedding ceremony and festivity
Ezekiel, Book of - Hence it does not mention the times of the Gentiles or the four monarchies, but Passes on to the end, when the throne of government will again return to Jerusalem, instead of judging it. It has been thought by many, because of the graves being opened, and the people being brought out of their graves, that this Passage refers to the resurrection of the body; but the people are saying, before the graves are opened, "Our bones are dried and our hope is lost," the exact feeling of many to this day. It is God who has spoken, and He it is who will bring it all to Pass
Wanderings of the Israelites - The Passage quoted above speaks of the wanderings occupying forty years, yet it was after their first visit to Kadesh-barnea in the 2nd year that their real 'wanderings' began. ...
Passage through the Red Sea, | Passage through the Red Sea ...
Exodus 14:22 , and three days' march | and three days' march in the ...
into the desert of Shur, Exodus 15:22 | desert of Etham, Numbers 33:8 . ...
The King of Edom having refused to let the Israelites Pass through his land necessitated their journeying again to the Red Sea in order to compass the land of Edom (perhaps Passing Gudgodah and Jotbath, Deuteronomy 10:7 , in the route)
Faith - " He did not question whether they believed the existence of God, but exhorted them to confidence in his promises, when called by him to contend with mountainous difficulties: "Have faith in God; for verily I say unto you, that whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea, and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe (trust) that these things which he saith shall come to Pass, he shall have whatsoever he saith
Triumphs - But the song which the women of Israel chanted when they went out to meet Saul and his victorious army, after the death of Goliath, and the discomfiture of the Philistines, possesses somewhat of a different character, turning chiefly on the valorous exploits of Saul and the youthful champion of Israel: "And it came to Pass, as they came, when David was returned from the slaughter of the Philistine, that the women came out of all the cities of Israel, singing and dancing, to meet King Saul with tabrets, with joy, and with instruments of music: and the women answered one another as they played, and said, Saul hath slain his thousands, and David his ten thousands," 1 Samuel 18:6-7
Joseph - But Judah came near unto him, and entreated him for his brother, telling him how that he had been surety to his father to bring him back; how that his father was an old man, and that this was the child of his old age, and that he loved him; how it would come to Pass that if he should not see the lad with him he would die, and his gray hairs be brought with sorrow to the grave; for "how shall I go to my father, and the lad be not with me, lest, peradventure, I see the evil that shall come on my father?" Here, without knowing it, he had struck the string that was the tenderest of all. " How natural was it now for his brethren to think that the tie by which alone they could imagine Joseph to be held to them was dissolved, that any respect he might have felt or feigned for them must have been buried in the cave of Machpelah, and that he would now requite to them the evil they had done! "And they sent a messenger unto Joseph, saying, Thy father did command before he died, saying, So shall ye say unto Joseph, Forgive, I pray thee now, the trespass of thy brethren, and their sin; for they did unto thee evil. " And then they add of themselves, as if well aware of the surest road to their brother's heart, "Forgive, we pray thee, the trespass of the servants of the God of thy father
Jordan - Leaving the cave of Panion, it crosses the bogs and fens of the lake Semichonitis; and after a course of fifteen miles, Passes under the city of Julius, the ancient Bethsaida; then expands into a beautiful sheet of water, named the lake of Gennesareth; and, after flowing a long way through the desert, empties itself into the lake Asphaltites, or the Dead Sea. The rapidity and depth of the river, which are admitted by every traveller, although the volume of water seems now to be much diminished, illustrate those parts of Scripture which mention the fords and Passages of Jordan. It no longer, indeed, rolls down into the Salt Sea so majestic a stream as in the days of Joshua; yet its ordinary depth is still about ten or twelve feet, so that it cannot even at present be Passed but at certain places. Of this well known circumstance, the men of Gilead took advantage in the civil war, which they were compelled to wage with their brethren: "The Gileadites took the Passages of Jordan before the Ephraimites:—then they took him, and slew him at the Passages of Jordan. The people of Israel, under the command of Ehud, availed themselves of the same advantage in the war with Moab: "And they went down after him, and took the fords of Jordan toward Moab, and suffered not a man to Pass over," Judges 3:28 . From this Passage, Mr
Eagle - Scheuchzer has quoted from an ancient poet, the following beautiful paraphrase on this Passage:—...
Ac velut alituum princeps, fulvusque tonantis Armiger, implumes, et adhuc sine robore natos Sollicita refovet cura, pinguisque ferinae Indulget pastus: mox ut cum viribus aloe Vesticipes crevere, vocat se blandior aura, Expansa invitat pluma, dorsoque morantes Excipit, attollitque humeris, plausuque secundo ...
Fertur in arva, timens oneri, et tamen impete presso ...
Remigium tentans alarum, incurvaque pinnis ...
Vela legens, humiles tranat sub nubibus oras. The swiftness of the flight of the eagle is alluded to in several Passages of Scripture; as, "The Lord shall bring a nation against thee from afar, from the end of the earth, as swift as the eagle flieth," Deuteronomy 28:49 . Under the same comparison the patriarch Job describes the rapid flight of time: "My days are Passed away, as the eagle that hasteth to the prey," Job 9:26 . The Prophet Isaiah, referring to the same monarch, predicted the subjugation of Judea in these terms; "He shall Pass through Judah
Priest - When he says in the Passage fast cited ( Hebrews 10:19-22 ) that they have boldness to enter into the Holy Place by a new and living way through the veil, it seems evident that he is thinking of those who draw near to God, by the blood of Jesus and in fulness of faith, as a company of worshipping priests; for under the old economy, which serves him at so many points as a type of the new, it was priests alone who could Pass through the curtain into the Holy Place
Christ, Christology - ...
A key Passage that summarizes the risen Christ's own interpretation of his completed messiahship is the Emmaus saying of Luke 24:25-27 : "'How foolish you are, and how slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken! Did not the Christ have to suffer these things and then enter his glory?' And beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself. Daniel foresees one like a Son of man who receives from the Ancient of Days authority, glory, and sovereign power and an everlasting dominion that will never Pass away (Daniel 7:13-14 ). Zechariah foresees the coming victorious king, humble and riding on an ass, whose dominion will be from sea to sea, who will set the captives free by the blood of the covenant (9:9-11); Jesus fulfills the prophecy with his ministry of Passion and promise of final redemption and judgment (Matthew 21:1-46 ; 24:27-31 ; 26:26-29 ). A number of "consensus" Passages also imply confidence in the future dimension of the Messiah's inaugurated work. Only one who is supremely self-confident about what is coming to Pass through his present words and Acts, and about what will be brought to fruition in the future, could utter such sayings as those of the mustard seed (Mark 4:30-32 ), the leaven (Matthew 13:33 ), the seed growing of itself (Mark 4:26-29 ), the petition "your kingdom come" (Matthew 6:10 ), and the prophecy "I say to you that many will come from the east and the west, and will take their places at the feast with Abraham, IsaActs and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven" (Matthew 8:11 ). In a Passage that is distinctly messianic, John the Baptist, hearing in prison what Christ was doing, inquires of Jesus through his disciples, "Are you the one who was to come, or should we expect someone else?" (Matthew 11:2-3 )
Union With God - ...
But, while the agency of the Holy Spirit in bringing about this union is emphasized and made prominent by the apostolic writers, the individual human personality is regarded, not as purely Passive in the process, but as co-operating through free will, at least to the extent of yielding freely to the Spirit’s gracious influences and allowing the life to be moulded thereby (Romans 8:14, 1618543288_3 2 Corinthians 3:18). ...
Clement has some fine Passages about creation (Ep. ...
In the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles the union of the world with God through His creative activity and sovereign controlling power is recognized (‘The workings that befall thee receive as good, knowing that apart from God nothing cometh to Pass Logia - At present we note only that, apart from the Markan narrative outline, the main framework of this Gospel consists of five great agglutinated discourses, each marked off by the resumption of the narrative in a stereotyped formula, ‘And it came to Pass when Jesus had finished these words. ’ In this formula the expression λόγοι is varied only by the expressions ‘parables’ and ‘directions to the Twelve,’ where the context requires (Matthew 12:22-29; Matthew 13:53), while the final group concludes: ‘And it came to Pass when Jesus had finished all these words’ (πάντας τοὺς λόγους τούτους, Matthew 26:1), in spite of the fact that the narrative continues: ‘he said to his disciples. 2, 16), are closely related to one another, and to the Passage already referred to in the Epistle of Polycarp, Papias’ earlier contemporary and friend
Fulfilment - The Passages referred to are marked by modern scholarship as Deuteronomic. A very important Passage is the last clause of Matthew 5:18 Authorized Version; but RV [6] things be accomplished (γένηται)—a difficult Passage, discussed below (under ‘Fulfilment of law’). In John 19:28 it is difficult to take any other view of the Evangelist’s meaning than that Jesus exclaimed ‘I thirst,’ because the Passion psalms had spoken of the cruel thirst of the Sufferer. But what of Matthew 5:17 (‘Think not that I came to destroy the law or the prophets; I came not to destroy but to fulfil’—πληρῶσαι)? (a) Much has been written on this subject since the present writer discussed the Passage in Christ and the Jewish Law, 1886. Paul instinctively weaves it in when he is quoting another Passage. There they coincide almost to a word—‘This generation shall not Pass away till all Red Sea - celebrated chiefly for the miraculous Passage of the Israelites through its waters. He opened for them a Passage across the Red Sea, where it was about twelve miles wide, and brought them through in safety; while he drowned the Egyptians, who blindly followed them to their own destruction, Psalms 77:18 , &c. ...
The precise place of this Passage has been much contested. The day before the Passage, by the divine command, the Israelites encamped beside Pi-hahiroth "between Migdol and the sea, over against Baal-zephon,"...
Exodus 14:2 ; Numbers 33:7 . " These names indicate that the Passage was considerably below Suez, according to the tradition of the natives. " Bruce, also, describing the place of Passage opposite Ras Musa, or a little below it, says, "There is here about fourteen fathom of water in the channel, and about nine in the sides, and good anchorage every where. But this space the host of the Israelites could easily have Passed in the course of a night, from the evening to the ensuing morning watch, or dawn of day,