What does Security mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
ἀσφαλείᾳ firmness 1
ἀσφάλεια firmness 1
ἱκανὸν sufficient. 1
לָבֶ֑טַח security 1
לָ֭בֶטַח security 1
מָנ֖וֹחַ resting place 1

Definitions Related to Security

H983


   1 Security, safety adv.
   2 securely.
   

H4494


   1 resting place, state or condition of rest, place.
      1a resting place.
      1b rest, repose, condition of rest.
      1c coming to rest.
      

G2425


   1 sufficient.
      1a many enough, enough.
      1b sufficient in ability, i.e. meet, fit.
      

G803


   1 firmness, stability.
   2 certainty, undoubted truth.
   3 Security from enemies and dangers, safety.
   

Frequency of Security (original languages)

Frequency of Security (English)

Dictionary

Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Security
1: ἱκανός (Strong's #2425 — Adjective — hikanos — hik-an-os' ) "sufficient," is used in its neuter form with the article, as a noun, in Acts 17:9 , "(when they had taken) security," i.e., satisfaction, lit., "the sufficient." The use of hikanos in this construction is a Latinism in Greek. See Moulton, Proleg., p. 20. Probably the bond given to the authorities by Jason and his friends included an undertaking that Paul would not return to Thessalonica. Any efforts to have the bond cancelled were unsuccessful; hence the reference to the hindrance by Satan (1 Thessalonians 2:18 ). See ABLE , C, No. 2.
Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection - Casual Security
A number of men are upstairs in a house, amusing themselves with a game of cards. What is that? The window is red! What is that cry in the streets?' The house is on fire!' says one.' Oh,' answers another, 'shuffle the cards again, let us finish the game; we have plenty of time.' 'Fire! Fire! Fire.' The cry rises more sharply from the streets, but the gamblers continue their game. One of them swaggeringly boasts, 'It's all right, my brave boys, yon door leads to the roof, and we can get out at the last minute. I know the way over the leads: it's all right, go ahead with the game.' Presently one of them nervously enquires; 'Are you sure that we can get through that door?' and he goes to try, but finds it locked. 'Never mind,' is the answer, 'I have the key.' 'But are you sure you have the key?' 'Oh, yes; I am sure I have, here it is; try it for yourself, and do not be such a coward, man; try it.' The man tries the key. 'It will not turn,' says he.' Let me try,' says his friend. He puts it in the lock, but lo, it will not turn! 'God.' he-shrieks, 'it's the wrong key!' Now, sirs, will ye go back to your game again? No, now they will strain every nerve, and labour with might and main to open the door, only to find that it is all too late for them to escape. So many of our hearers are saying, 'Oh, yes! what the preacher says is well enough, but you know we can repent whenever we like; we have power to obtain the grace of God whenever we please; we know the way; have we not been told over and over again simply to trust Christ?–and we can do that whenever we please–we are safe enough.' Ah, but suppose you cannot believe whenever you phase? Suppose the day shall come when you shall call upon the Lord, and he will not answer; when you shall stretch out your hand, but no man shall regard! Suppose you should one day cry, 'Lord, Lord, open to us,' and the answer should be, 'I never knew you, depart, ye cursed!' O procrastinator, if you think that you can repent now, why do you not repent now? You believe that you have full power to do so! Oh, do it, do it, and do not trifle with that power, lest when the power is gone, you find, too late, that in one sense you never possessed it!
Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament - Security
It is only in Acts 17:9 that the word concerns us at present: ‘And when they had taken security from Jason and the rest, they let them go.’ The idiom is λαβόντες τὸ ἱκανόν and is translation of the Latin satis accipere. Cf. τὸ ἱκανὸν ποιῆσαι in Mark 15:15, which occurs ‘as early as polybius’ (J. H. Moulton, A. Grammar of NT Greek, vol. i., ‘Prolegomena,’ 1908, p. 20 f.). It is natural to meet a Latin legal term in this Roman court; the politarchs of Thessalonica may even have used the Latin instead of the κοινή. The security demanded might be in the form either of money or of sponsors for good behaviour. It is not clear what is meant by saying that the politarchs ‘let them go.’ It is uncertain also whether the security was for the ‘good behaviour’ of Jason and the rest, for the production of St. Paul and Silas before the politarchs, or for the ‘good behaviour’ of St. Paul and Silas (cf. R. J. Knowling, Expositor’s Greek Testament , ‘Acts,’ 1900, in loco.). F. Blass (Acta Apostolorum, 1895, in loco) considers the phrase a commercial, not a legal, term. In any case, ‘the brethren immediately sent away Paul and Silas by night unto BerCEa’ (Acts 17:10). The haste and the cover of darkness indicate the urgency of the predicament, which concerned, apparently, the welfare not merely of St. Paul and Silas, but also of Jason and the rest, because of ‘the security’ given to the politarchs. It is not open to make a charge of cowardice here against either Jason or St. Paul. It was a practical question of how to meet an emergency due to jealousy and prejudice.
A. T. Robertson.
Holman Bible Dictionary - Security of the Believer
Biblical teaching that God protects believers for the completion of their salvation. Contemporary Christianity needs to deal forthrightly with the universal human problem of insecurity. The natural gulf between the invisible, infinite God and finite, fallible humanity makes the quest for assurance and security a very significant theological issue. Slogans such as “once saved, always saved,” and “eternal security” often easily gain a reverential status normally reserved only for biblical texts and become symbols of “evangelical orthodoxy.” Indeed, it comes as a shock to some when they discover that their symbols are not actually biblical terms.
The Bible does teach that salvation does not depend merely upon human effort. God is the author of salvation (2 Corinthians 5:18-19 ; John 3:16 ). God justifies or treats as acceptable sinners who receive Christ in faith (Romans 3:21-26 ). The great message of the Reformation says, No one can earn assurance or security with God. Assurance of salvation is God's gift! Security does not come by absolutions, church attendance, good works, reciting Scripture, or performances of penance. God who has begun the work of salvation in Christians also provides the necessary assurance to bring His work to its completion in the day of Christ (Philippians 1:6 ). God in Christ protects and keeps Christians (John 10:27-29 ; 2 Thessalonians 3:3 ) just as Jesus took seriously the task of preserving the disciples while He was on earth (John 17:12-15 ). We do not possess the strength to secure ourselves.
The biblical view of security, however, is probably best epitomized in the Christian doctrine of perseverance (Ephesians 6:18 ; Hebrews 12:1 ; James 1:25 ). See Perseverance . Christians must realize that their security does not lie in a fairy-tale approach to life where once a person becomes a Christian everything is a happy bed of roses forever and ever. Such a view fails to take seriously the traumas of human life.
The biblical view of assurance or security is rooted in the conviction that when Jesus departed from the disciples, the Lord did not orphan them or leave them without support. He promised Christians that he would come to them and would provide them with a companion Spirit (the Comforter or Paraclete) who would not only be at their side but would be within them, as much a part of them as their very breath (John 14:16-18 ). The Spirit would be their sense of peace and security, their witness concerning Jesus, their attorney with the world, and their guide or teacher into all truth (John 14:25-30 ; John 15:26-27 ; John 16:8-15 ). See Advocate ; Comforter ; Helper .
Along with great promises of assurance, the Bible contains strong warnings that call Christians to consistent living, even as they have yielded to temptations and sin and capitulated to the hostile forces of evil (for example, 1 Corinthians 10:1-12 ; Hebrews 2:1-3 ; Hebrews 3:12-19 ; Hebrews 6:1-8 ; Hebrews 10:26-31 ; James 5:19-20 ). These and many other warnings in the Bible are not merely phantom warnings unrelated to Christian life. They are meant to be taken with great seriousness. They are no more a game with God than was the death of Christ.
These warnings appear in the New Testament within clear statements reminding believers that temptation is accompanied by God's presence. Christians are expected to resist temptations and flee ungodly activity (for example, 1 Corinthians 10:13-14 ). Evil patterns of life are inconsistent with Christian transformation. The writers of the New Testament were convinced that Christians would heed these warnings and resist the devil (James 4:7 ; 1 Peter 5:8-9 ). It is virtually unthinkable for a Christian to do otherwise. The Christian is anchored to the person of God. Evil has to be dealt with. The Christian can find in God an enduring security for the soul. Such is the meaning of Hebrews 6:17-20 . God's consistency is the basis for a Christian's security in the midst of the world's traumas.
The security of the believer is not merely focused upon this life on earth. It has a dynamic focus on the life-to-come. The New Testament writers are convinced that a Christian will take very seriously the warnings in this life because this life is related to the life with Christ in heaven. The Christian, therefore, is expected to persevere to the end (1 Peter 1:5 ; 1 John 5:18 ; Revelation 3:10 ).
The confidence or secure sense of the believer with respect to the life hereafter is rooted in the united witness of the New Testament writers that the resurrection of Jesus Christ is the hinge point of the Christian faith. In raising His Son Jesus, God provided Christians with the sign of the destinies and the basis for their security. Without the resurrection, the Christian proclamation would be empty (1 Corinthians 15:14 ). Moreover, in the coming of the Holy Spirit, God provided the guarantee of our marvelous relationship with God (2 Corinthians 1:22 ). In our identity with Adam, humanity experienced lostness and death; but as we identify with the ultimate power of Christ in the resurrection, we, too, shall experience the effective meaning of the security of the believer in the triumph of God (1 Corinthians 15:20-28 ).
Gerald L. Borchert
Webster's Dictionary - Security
(1):
(n.) The condition or quality of being secure; secureness.
(2):
(n.) Freedom from apprehension, anxiety, or care; confidence of power of safety; hence, assurance; certainty.
(3):
(n.) Freedom from risk; safety.
(4):
(n.) That which secures or makes safe; protection; guard; defense.
(5):
(n.) One who becomes surety for another, or engages himself for the performance of another's obligation.
(6):
(n.) Something given, deposited, or pledged, to make certain the fulfillment of an obligation, the performance of a contract, the payment of a debt, or the like; surety; pledge.
(7):
(n.) Hence, carelessness; negligence; heedlessness.
(8):
(n.) An evidence of debt or of property, as a bond, a certificate of stock, etc.; as, government securities.
CARM Theological Dictionary - Eternal Security
The doctrine that salvation cannot be lost. Since it is not gained by anything we do, it cannot be lost by anything we do. This does not mean that we can sin all we want (Romans 6:1-2) because we have been freed from sin and are set apart for holy use (1 Thessalonians 4:7). (See Antinomianism.)
Vine's Expository Dictionary of OT Words - Security
A. Nouns.
Mibṭâch (מִבְטָח, Strong's #4009), “the act of confiding; the object of confidence; the state of confidence or security.” This word occurs 15 times. The word refers to “the act of confiding” in Prov. 21:22: “A wise man scaleth the city of the mighty, and casteth down the strength of the confidence thereof.” Mibṭâch means the “object of confidence” in Job 8:14 and the “state of confidence or security” in Prov. 14:26.
Bâṭach is a noun meaning “security, trust.” One occurrence is in Isa. 32:17: “… And the effect of righteousness quietness and assurance [1] for ever.”
B. Verb.
Bâṭach (בָּטַח, Strong's #982), “to be reliant, trust, be unsuspecting.” This verb, which occurs 118 times in biblical Hebrew, has a possible Arabic cognate and a cognate in late Aramaic. The word means “to trust” in Deut. 28:52: “And he shall besiege thee in all thy gates, until thy high and fenced walls come down, wherein thou trustedst, throughout all thy land.…”
C. Adjective.
Bâṭach (בָּטַח, Strong's #982), “secure.” In two passages this word is used as an adjective suggesting trust and security: “And Gideon went up … and smote the host: for the host was secure [2]” (Judg. 8:11; cf. Isa. 32:17).
D. Adverb.
Beṭach (בֶּטַח, Strong's #983), “securely.” The occurrences of this word appear in all periods of biblical Hebrew.
In its first occurrence beṭach emphasizes the status of a city which was certain of not being attacked: “… Two of the sons … took each man his sword, and came upon the city boldly, and slew all the males” (Gen. 34:25). Thus the city was unsuspecting regarding the impending attack. In passages such as Prov. 10:9 (cf. Prov. 1:33) beṭach emphasizes a confidence and the absence of impending doom: “He that walketh uprightly walketh surely: but he that perverteth his ways shall be known [3].” Israel dwells in security apart from any possible doom or danger because God keeps her completely safe (Deut. 33:12, 28; cf. 12:10). This condition is contingent on their faithfulness to God (Lev. 25:18-19). In the eschaton, however, such absence of danger is guaranteed by the Messiah’s presence (Jer. 23:5-6).
King James Dictionary - Security
SECU'RITY, n. L. securitas.
1. Protection effectual defense or saftey from danger of any kind as a chain of forts erected for the security of the frontiers. 2. That which protects or guards from danger. A navy constitutes the security of Great Britain from invasion. 3. Freedom from fear or apprehension confidence of safety whence, negligence in providing means of defense. Security is dangerous, for it exposes men to attack when unprepared. Security in sin is the worst condition of the sinner. 4. Safety certainty. We have no security for peace with Algiers, but the dread of our navy. 5. Anything given or deposited to secure the payment of a debt, or the performance of a contract as a bond with surety, a mortgage, the indorsement of a responsible man, a pledge, &c. 6. Something given or done to secure peace or good behavior. Violent and dangerous men are obliged to give security for their good behavior, or for keeping the peace. This security in being bound with one or more sureties in a recognizance to the king or state.

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Security - Protection effectual defense or saftey from danger of any kind as a chain of forts erected for the Security of the frontiers. A navy constitutes the Security of Great Britain from invasion. Security is dangerous, for it exposes men to attack when unprepared. Security in sin is the worst condition of the sinner. We have no Security for peace with Algiers, but the dread of our navy. Violent and dangerous men are obliged to give Security for their good behavior, or for keeping the peace. This Security in being bound with one or more sureties in a recognizance to the king or state
Securities - ) of Security...
Rith - ) Peace; Security; agreement
Munity - ) Freedom; Security; immunity
Assurance - See Security of the Believer
Vadium - ) Pledge; Security; bail
Bon - ) Good; valid as Security for something
Consols - ) The leading British funded government Security
Caution - ) A pledge, bond, or other Security for the performance of an obligation either in or out of judicial proceedings; the promise or contract of one not for himself but another; Security. ) Security; guaranty; bail
Countersecure - ) To give additional Security to or for
Warrantise - ) Authority; Security; warranty
Fortress - Any fortified place a fort a castle a strong hold a place of defense or Security. Defense safety Security The Lord is my rock, and my fortress
Double-Lock - ) To lock with two bolts; to fasten with double Security
Mortgaged - Conveyed in fee as Security for the payment of money
Secureness - ) The condition or quality of being secure; exemption from fear; want of vigilance; Security
Pawnee - ) One or two whom a pledge is delivered as Security; one who takes anything in pawn
Pawnor - ) One who pawns or pledges anything as Security for the payment of borrowed money or of a debt
Custody - A keeping a guarding care, watch, inspection, for keeping, preservation or Security. Defense from a foe preservation Security
Anchor-Hold - ) Hence: Firm hold: Security
Pawnbroker - ) One who makes a business of lending money on the Security of personal property pledged or deposited in his keeping
Aventine - ) A post of Security or defense
Bondsman - ) A surety; one who is bound, or who gives Security, for another
Hostage - A person delivered into the hands of another as a Security for the performance of some promise, etc
Cautionary - ) Given as a pledge or as Security
Landed - ) Consisting in real estate or land; as, landed property; landed Security
Wall - A work or structure of stone, brick or other materials, raised to some highth, and intended for a defense or Security. Walls of stone, with or without cement, are much used in America for fences on farms walls are laid as the foundations of houses and the Security of cellars. A defense means of Security or protection
Hostage - A person held as Security against rebellion or aggression
Safeness - ) The quality or state of being safe; freedom from hazard, danger, harm, or loss; safety; Security; as the safeness of an experiment, of a journey, or of a possession
Security of the Believer - Contemporary Christianity needs to deal forthrightly with the universal human problem of insecurity. The natural gulf between the invisible, infinite God and finite, fallible humanity makes the quest for assurance and Security a very significant theological issue. Slogans such as “once saved, always saved,” and “eternal Security” often easily gain a reverential status normally reserved only for biblical texts and become symbols of “evangelical orthodoxy. The great message of the Reformation says, No one can earn assurance or Security with God. Assurance of salvation is God's gift! Security does not come by absolutions, church attendance, good works, reciting Scripture, or performances of penance. ...
The biblical view of Security, however, is probably best epitomized in the Christian doctrine of perseverance (Ephesians 6:18 ; Hebrews 12:1 ; Hebrews 10:26-3186 ). Christians must realize that their Security does not lie in a fairy-tale approach to life where once a person becomes a Christian everything is a happy bed of roses forever and ever. ...
The biblical view of assurance or Security is rooted in the conviction that when Jesus departed from the disciples, the Lord did not orphan them or leave them without support. The Spirit would be their sense of peace and Security, their witness concerning Jesus, their attorney with the world, and their guide or teacher into all truth (John 14:25-30 ; John 15:26-27 ; John 16:8-15 ). The Christian can find in God an enduring Security for the soul. God's consistency is the basis for a Christian's Security in the midst of the world's traumas. ...
The Security of the believer is not merely focused upon this life on earth. In raising His Son Jesus, God provided Christians with the sign of the destinies and the basis for their Security. In our identity with Adam, humanity experienced lostness and death; but as we identify with the ultimate power of Christ in the resurrection, we, too, shall experience the effective meaning of the Security of the believer in the triumph of God (1 Corinthians 15:20-28 )
Collateral - ) Collateral Security; that which is pledged or deposited as collateral Security
Pawn - ) To give or deposit in pledge, or as Security for the payment of money borrowed; to put in pawn; to pledge; as, to pawn one's watch. ) Anything delivered or deposited as Security, as for the payment of money borrowed, or of a debt; a pledge
Preservation - ) The act or process of preserving, or keeping safe; the state of being preserved, or kept from injury, destruction, or decay; Security; safety; as, preservation of life, fruit, game, etc
Custody - ) A keeping or guarding; care, watch, inspection, for keeping, preservation, or Security
Assignat - ) One of the notes, bills, or bonds, issued as currency by the revolutionary government of France (1790-1796), and based on the Security of the lands of the church and of nobles which had been appropriated by the state
Fortress - ) A fortified place; a large and permanent fortification, sometimes including a town; a fort; a castle; a stronghold; a place of defense or Security
Sleepy - ) Characterized by an absence of watchfulness; as, sleepy Security
Security - ...
Mibṭâch (מִבְטָח, Strong's #4009), “the act of confiding; the object of confidence; the state of confidence or Security. ” Mibṭâch means the “object of confidence” in Job 8:14 and the “state of confidence or Security” in Security: “And Gideon went up … and smote the host: for the host was secure [2]” ( Security apart from any possible doom or danger because God keeps her completely safe ( Betah - (bee' tah) Place name meaning, “security
Fence - ) To fend off danger from; to give Security to; to protect; to guard. ) That which fends off attack or danger; a defense; a protection; a cover; Security; shield. ) To make a defense; to guard one's self of anything, as against an attack; to give protection or Security, as by a fence
Security - It is only in Acts 17:9 that the word concerns us at present: ‘And when they had taken Security from Jason and the rest, they let them go. The Security demanded might be in the form either of money or of sponsors for good behaviour. ’ It is uncertain also whether the Security was for the ‘good behaviour’ of Jason and the rest, for the production of St. Paul and Silas, but also of Jason and the rest, because of ‘the Security’ given to the politarchs
Pledge - ) Anything given or considered as a Security for the performance of an act; a guarantee; as, mutual interest is the best pledge for the performance of treaties. ) The transfer of possession of personal property from a debtor to a creditor as Security for a debt or engagement; also, the contract created between the debtor and creditor by a thing being so delivered or deposited, forming a species of bailment; also, that which is so delivered or deposited; something put in pawn. ) To deposit, as a chattel, in pledge or pawn; to leave in possession of another as Security; as, to pledge one's watch. ) To give or pass as a Security; to guarantee; to engage; to plight; as, to pledge one's word and honor
Armed - ) Furnished with weapons of offense or defense; furnished with the means of Security or protection
Surety - Solomon warns against incautiously becoming Security for another (Proverbs 6:1-5 ; 11:15 ; 17:18 ; 20:16 )
Fastness - ) The state of being fast and firm; firmness; fixedness; Security; faithfulness
Fort - A fortified place usually, a small fortified place a place surrounded with a ditch, rampart, and parapet, or with palisades, stockades, or other means of defense also, any building or place fortified for Security against an enemy a castle
Adjudication - ) A process by which land is attached Security or in satisfaction of a debt
Tower - Often referred to in scripture as a place of Security, and also as a place of defence, on which watchmen were stationed
Safe-Conduct - ) a writing, pass, or warrant of Security, given to a person to enable him to travel with safety
Replevy - ) To take or get back, by a writ for that purpose (goods and chattels wrongfully taken or detained), upon giving Security to try the right to them in a suit at law, and, if that should be determined against the plaintiff, to return the property replevied
Weapons - ...
Military action has been defined in terms of ability to achieve supremacy over the enemy in three fields: mobility, firepower, and Security. Mobility is exemplified by the chariot and cavalry; firepower by bow, sling, spear, axe and sword; and Security by shield, armor, and helmet
Cavalry - God would not allow Israel to rely on the wealth and Security represented by military horses (Deuteronomy 17:16 ). God warned Israel not to depend upon horses for Security ( Isaiah 31:1 )
Pledge - The taking of articles as Security for loans, etc
Jason - Jason had to give Security before he was let go
Salvation - (Latin: salvare, to save) ...
In scriptural language, the transference from straitened circumstances and other evils into a state of freedom and Security
Asp - The peace and Security of Messiah's reign is represented by the figure of a child playing on the hole of the asp
Insurrection - The tribune in charge of Temple Security confused Paul with an Egyptian insurrectionist (Acts 21:38 )
Arrison - ) A fortified place, in which troops are quartered for its Security
Mainprise - ) Deliverance of a prisoner on Security for his appearance at a day
Asylum - ) Any place of retreat and Security
Allegiance, Civil - In the light of Christian principles this duty does not involve submission to a force which may never be resisted, nor compliance with a condition for the sake of peace and Security; it is a religious duty founded on obedience to God by whose authority the civilrulers exercise their power
Wall - The term is used metaphorically of Security and safety (Isaiah 26:1 ; 60:18 ; Revelation 21:12-20 )
Uardian - ) One who guards, preserves, or secures; one to whom any person or thing is committed for protection, Security, or preservation from injury; a warden
Abraham's Bosom - Abraham their forefather was believed by the Jews to be in the highest place of happiness, and their writings show that 'to be with Abraham' and to be in his bosom were terms they used to express the highest Security and happiness
Landed - Consisting in real estate or land as landed Security landed property
Anchorage - ) Something on which one may depend for Security; ground of trust
Corral - , an inclosure made with wagons, by emigrants in the vicinity of hostile Indians, as a place of Security for horses, cattle, etc
Den - A cave or hollow place in the earth usually applied to a cave, pit, or subterraneous recess, used for concealment, shelter, protection or Security as a lions den a den of robbers or thieves
Certainty - The certainty of punishment is the truest Security against crimes
Safeguard - A passport a warrant of Security given by a sovereign to protect a stranger within his territories formerly, a protection granted to a stranger in prosecuting his rights in due course of law
Mortgage - Literally, a dead pledge the grant of an estate in fee as Security for the payment of money, and on the condition that if the money shall be paid according to the contract, the grant shall be void, and the mortgagee shall re-convey the estate to the mortgager. A pledge of goods or chattels by a debtor to a creditor, as Security for the debt. To grant an estate in fee as Security for money lent or contracted to be paid at a certain time, on condition that if the debt shall be discharged according to the contract, the grant shall be void, otherwise to remain in full force
Seal - A — 1: σφραγίς (Strong's #4973 — Noun Feminine — sphragis — sfrag-ece' ) denotes (a) "a seal" or "signet," Revelation 7:2 , "the seal of the living God," an emblem of ownership and Security, here combined with that of destination (as in Ezekiel 9:4 ), the persons to be "sealed" being secured from destruction and marked for reward; (b) "the impression" of a "seal" or signet, (1) literal, a "seal" on a book or roll, combining with the ideas of Security and destination those of secrecy and postponement of disclosures, Revelation 5:1,2,5,9 ; 6:1,3,5,7,9,12 ; 8:1 ; (2) metaphorical, Romans 4:11 , said of "circumcision," as an authentication of the righteousness of Abraham's faith, and an external attestation of the covenant made with him by God; the rabbis called circumcision "the seal of Abraham;" in 1 Corinthians 9:2 , of converts as a "seal" or authentication of Paul's Apostleship; in 2 Timothy 2:19 , "the firm foundation of God standeth, having this seal, The Lord knoweth them that are His," RV, indicating ownership, authentication, Security and destination, "and, Let every one that nameth the Name of the Lord depart from unrighteousness," indicating a ratification on the part of the believer of the determining counsel of God concerning him; Revelation 9:4 distinguishes those who will be found without the "seal" of God on their foreheads
B — 1: σφραγίζω (Strong's #4972 — Verb — sphragizo — sfrag-id'-zo ) "to seal" (akin to A), is used to indicate (a) Security and permanency (attempted but impossible), Matthew 27:66 ; on the contrary, of the doom of Satan, fixed and certain, Revelation 20:3 , RV, "sealed it over;" (b) in Romans 15:28 , "when . sealed to them this fruit," the formal ratification of the ministry of the churches of the Gentiles in Greece and Galatia to needy saints in Judea, by Paul's faithful delivery of the gifts to them; this material help was the fruit of his spiritual ministry to the Gentiles, who on their part were bringing forth the fruit of their having shared with them in spiritual things; the metaphor stresses the sacred formalities of the transaction (Deissmann illustrates this from the papyri of Fayyum, in which the "sealing" of sacks guarantees the full complement of the contents); (c) secrecy and Security and the postponement of disclosure, Revelation 10:4 ; in a negative command, Revelation 22:10 ; (d) ownership and Security, together with destination, Revelation 7:3-5 (as with the noun in ver
Armed - Furnished with weapons of offense or defense furnished with the means of Security fortified, in a moral sense
Shamir (1) - Why Tola of Issachar dwelt there is uncertain; either for Security from the Canaanites, or Issachar may have possessed some towns in the Ephraim mountains
Compounder - ) A Jacobite who favored the restoration of James II, on condition of a general amnesty and of guarantees for the Security of the civil and ecclesiastical constitution of the realm
Shelter - ) The state of being covered and protected; protection; Security
Sit (And Forms) - ...
Ruth 3:18 Expectation...
2 Kings 7:3 Discouragement...
Job 2:8 Distress...
Psalm 1:1 Determination...
Psalm 29:10 Power...
Psalm 69:12 Authority...
Psalm 107:10 Hopelessness...
Isaiah 40:22 Sovereignty...
Isaiah 42:7 Helplessness...
Isaiah 47:1 Humbleness...
Jeremiah 17:11 Industry...
Lamentations 1:1 Indifference...
Malachi 3:3 Attentiveness...
Luke 9:14 Anticipation...
Ephesians 2:6 Security...
Security - 1: ἱκανός (Strong's #2425 — Adjective — hikanos — hik-an-os' ) "sufficient," is used in its neuter form with the article, as a noun, in Acts 17:9 , "(when they had taken) Security," i
Bottomry - ) A contract in the nature of a mortgage, by which the owner of a ship, or the master as his agent, hypothecates and binds the ship (and sometimes the accruing freight) as Security for the repayment of money advanced or lent for the use of the ship, if she terminates her voyage successfully
Nehemiah - Under his leadership, the walls surrounding Jerusalem were rebuilt, increasing the city's Security against its hostile neighbors
Distrain - ) To seize, as a pledge or indemnification; to take possession of as Security for nonpayment of rent, the reparation of an injury done, etc
Adonai - It carries with it the idea of a stay, or helper, Security, confidence
Pledge - The Jewish law protected the poor who were obliged to give Security for a loan or the fulfillment of a contract
Dowry - A marriage present that ensured the new wife's financial Security against the possibility her husband might forsake her or might die. Besides guaranteeing future financial Security, the dowry also compensated the bride and her family for the economic loss represented to her family by her leaving to join her husband's family
Hanameel - Son of Shallum, Jeremiah's cousin, from whom the prophet in prison bought a field in Anathoth while Jerusalem was being besieged by the Chaldeans, as a token to assure the Jews that a time of Security would hereafter come when their land would once more be a safe possession (Jeremiah 32:7-12; Jeremiah 32:44)
Plight - ) That which is exposed to risk; that which is plighted or pledged; Security; a gage; a pledge
Beacon - In general, a beacon may be any light or mark intended for direction and Security against danger
Armies - Beautifully the Lord takes this title to himself; not only to indicate the greatness of his power, but the greatness of his Security to his church and people, in his care and government over them
Lees - Hence such wines are used as a symbol of gospel blessings, Isaiah 25:6 ; also of a nation or community that, from long quiet and prosperity, has become rich and luxurious, and has settled down in carnal Security, Jeremiah 48:11 Zephaniah 1:12
Deposit - , money lodged with a bank or banker, subject to order; anything given as pledge or Security. ) Money lodged with a party as earnest or Security for the performance of a duty assumed by the person depositing
Confidence - ) The state of mind characterized by one's reliance on himself, or his circumstances; a feeling of self-sufficiency; such assurance as leads to a feeling of Security; self-reliance; - often with self prefixed
Doors, Closed - " In the parable of "The Ten Virgins" (Matthew 25) occurs the expression "the door was shut," indicating the Security of those within and the exclusion of those without, or as Saint Augustine says "where enemies do not enter nor friends go forth
Villages - The Jehalin Arabs arrange their tents in a circle for Security against attack; the village huts were often perhaps similarly arranged
Walking - " (Genesis 17:1) Where it is blessed to observe that the Lord in the precept gives the ability to perform, and gives his glorious name as the Security for Abraham's doing it
Uaranty - ) In law and common usage: An undertaking to answer for the payment of some debt, or the performance of some contract or duty, of another, in case of the failure of such other to pay or perform; a guarantee; a warranty; a Security
Defence - ) That which defends or protects; anything employed to oppose attack, ward off violence or danger, or maintain Security; a guard; a protection
Margin - ) Collateral Security deposited with a broker to secure him from loss on contracts entered into by him on behalf of his principial, as in the speculative buying and selling of stocks, wheat, etc
Peg - Isaiah 22:23-25 used the image of a peg which gives way to picture false Security in a leader
Harbor - ) A station for rest and entertainment; a place of Security and comfort; a refuge; a shelter
Rock - The reference is to the Security and safety that God gives to those who trust in him
Borrow - ) Something deposited as Security; a pledge; a surety; a hostage
Fidelity - The best Security for the fidelity of men, is to make interest coincide with duty
Maintenance - Continuance Security from failure or decline
Beth-Shean - House of Security or rest, a city which belonged to Manasseh (1 Chronicles 7:29 ), on the west of Jordan
Clemency - Clemency is not only the privilege, the honour, and the duty of a prince, but it is also his Security, and better than all his garrisons, forts, and guards, to preserve himself and his dominions in safety
Tributary - ) A ruler or state that pays tribute, or a stated sum, to a conquering power, for the purpose of securing peace and protection, or as an acknowledgment of submission, or for the purchase of Security
Tributary - One that pays tribute or a stated sum to a conquering power, for the purpose of securing peace and protection, or as an acknowledgment of submission, or for the purchase of Security
Lees - The effect of undisturbed prosperity on the ungodly is to harden in undisturbed Security (Zephaniah 1:12)
Countermark - ) A mark or token added to those already existing, in order to afford Security or proof; as, an additional or special mark put upon a package of goods belonging to several persons, that it may not be opened except in the presence of all; a mark added to that of an artificer of gold or silver work by the Goldsmiths' Company of London, to attest the standard quality of the gold or silver; a mark added to an ancient coin or medal, to show either its change of value or that it was taken from an enemy
Ballast - : That which gives, or helps to maintain, uprightness, steadiness, and Security
Exception - ) An objection, oral or written, taken, in the course of an action, as to bail or Security; or as to the decision of a judge, in the course of a trail, or in his charge to a jury; or as to lapse of time, or scandal, impertinence, or insufficiency in a pleading; also, as in conveyancing, a clause by which the grantor excepts something before granted
Almighty - And certainly, both form a blessed Security to the Lord's people
Lend, Lender - 1, the basic idea of which is to "lend" on Security or return
Village - history the cultivators of the soil lived for greater Security in villages, the cultivated and pasture land of which was held in common
Cyrene - It contained latterly a large number of Jews, who were introduced into the city by Ptolemy, the son of Lagus, because he thought they would contribute to the Security of the place
Jason - These authorities bound over Jason and his friends in Security that there should be no further disturbance and perhaps that St
Rust - The very riches relied on for Security will provide the corrosive rust effecting God's judgment
Stocks - When Paul and Silas were thrown into the inner dungeon of the prison at Philippi, the jailer, who was charged by the Roman magistrates (known as the Duumviri) to keep the prisoners safely, for greater Security took the precaution of enclosing their feet in the stocks (Acts 16:24)
Chain - Sometimes, for the sake of greater Security, the prisoner was attached by two chains to two soldiers, as in the case of Peter (Acts 12:6 )
Palladium - ) Hence: That which affords effectual protection or Security; a sateguard; as, the trial by jury is the palladium of our civil rights
Patrol - ) A going of the rounds along the chain of sentinels and between the posts, by a guard, usually consisting of three or four men, to insure greater Security from attacks on the outposts
Nails - In houses in the East many articles are hung upon nails for safety, hence 'a nail in a sure place,' denotes Security and is figurative of the safety of anything that depends upon God
Ease - ) Freedom from care, solicitude, or anything that annoys or disquiets; tranquillity; peace; comfort; Security; as, ease of mind
Wall - ) A work or structure of stone, brick, or other materials, raised to some height, and intended for defense or Security, solid and permanent inclosing fence, as around a field, a park, a town, etc
Uarantee - ) In law and common usage: A promise to answer for the payment of some debt, or the performance of some duty, in case of the failure of another person, who is, in the first instance, liable to such payment or performance; an engagement which secures or insures another against a contingency; a warranty; a Security
Wage - ) To give Security for the performance of
Earnest - Paul represents the relation of God to believers under the image of ‘a legally guaranteed Security
City - The root meaning of the Hebrew terms for "city," 'ar or 'ir (from 'ur "to keep watch"), and kirat (from qarah "to approach as an enemy," Genesis 23:2) implies that a leading object of gathering into towns was Security against marauders. Unwalled towns are the symbol of peace and Security (Zechariah 2:4)
Frame - "If our frames are comfortable, " says one, "we may make them the matter of our praise, but not of our pride; we may make them our pleasure, but not our portion; we may make them the matter of our encouragement, but not the ground of our Security
Night - The absence of night in the heavenly Jerusalem (Revelation 21:25 ; Revelation 22:5 ) points to the Security of believers and the constant presence of God there
Quiet - ) Freedom from disturbance, noise, or alarm; stillness; tranquillity; peace; Security
Edrei - There is no water there, and the spot seems chosen for Security
Assurance - In the midst of a world filled with uneasiness and insecurity, assurance of a person's Security in God is one of the hallmarks of the authentic Christian life. While reliance on God is accompanied by the confidence that God is intimately involved in the lives of believers (1 John 5:14 ), faith in God does not earn a sense of Security or assurance. Matthew 6:13 ; 1 John 5:14 ) is a key to sense of Security in God (cf
Montes Pietatis - Charitable credit organizations from which the poor may borrow money by depositing objects of nominal value as a Security
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Horse - 2:7; Amos 4:10) inasmuch as Israel’s hope for freedom and Security was to be the Lord: “But he [1] shall not multiply horses to himself, nor cause the people to return to Egypt, to … multiply horses …” ( Peace - Public tranquillity that quiet,order and Security which is guaranteed by the laws as, to keep the peace to break the peace
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The other word is tsur, a rock, generally sharp and precipitous, 'a place of shelter and Security': "Lead me to the rock that is higher than I"; Thou art "my father, my God, and the rock of my salvation
Surety - in common speech, is one who gives Security for another; and hence it has become prevalent among theological writers to confound it with the terms substitute and representative, when applied to Christ. " It is certainly true that the Son of God, in all that he has done or is still doing as Mediator, may be justly viewed as the surety of the new and everlasting covenant, and as affording the utmost Security to believers that, as the Father hath given all things into his hands, they wilt be conducted with effect, and all the exceeding great and precious promises of that covenant assuredly be accomplished
Thessalonica - Some of Paul’s friends had to give Security that this would not be repeated
Loan - The creditor must not enter the debtor's house to seize the pledge, but wait for the debtor to bring out an adequate Security for payment
Coney - Proverbs 30:26; "the coneys are but a feeble folk, yet make they their houses in the rocks:" exactly true of the hyrax; with weak teeth, short incisors, and nails instead, it seems defenseless, but its Security is in rocky hiding places, such as Ain Feshkah on the Dead Sea shore
Earnest - "Earnest" implies, besides the Security of the believer's future inheritance, its identity in kind, though not in degree, with his present possessed enjoyment of the spirit
Sorrow: For Sin Absorbing - If his former Security be dead, and the fear of coming judgment be alive in the man's heart, it is little wonder if eating and drinking be forgotten, if sleep forsake his eyelids and even household joys become insipid
Debenture - In general the term debenture in British usage designates any Security issued by companies other than their shares, including, therefore, what are in the United States commonly called bonds
Witness - And he it is that both gives a conviction to the heart of the firmness and Security of all the promises of God in Christ Jesus, add witnesseth to the safety of every believer's gracious estate in Christ Jesus, in testifying that all the promises of God in him are Yea, and in him Amen
Assurance - In the former it is 'confidence or trust,' and agrees with the hopes of God's earthly people in connection with the Security in which Israel will dwell when restored to their land, when all their enemies shall have been put down by divine power: the effect of righteousness will be "quietness and assurance for ever," Isaiah 32:17 : whereas in their disobedience they should fear day and night and have no assurance of their life
Inn - Those known in the East were merely enclosures walled round for Security, with covered compartments attached to the walls, where travellers could recline, and place their goods
Sheep - " The Good Shepherd calls His own sheep by name, and when brought into His own company they have perfect Security, liberty, and sustenance
Confidence - Safety, or assurance of safety Security
Warranty - ) Security; warrant; guaranty
ja'el - At last, with a feeling of perfect Security, he feel into a deep sleep
Quiet - Peace Security
the - The independent tribunals of justice in our country, are the Security or private rights,and the best bulwark against arbitrary power
Resurrection of Christ - He had repeatedly foretold it; and his enemies were careful to ascertain that he was actually dead, and to guard his tomb for additional Security
Truce of God - This cessation from hostilities during three complete days every week, allowed a considerable space for the passions of the antagonists to cool, and for the people to enjoy a respite from the calamities of war, and to take measures for their own Security
Arm - To cover with a plate, or with whatever will add strength, force, or Security as, to arm the hilt of a sword
Escape - ) To flee from and avoid; to be saved or exempt from; to shun; to obtain Security from; as, to escape danger
Barn - For Security in a lawless country, the ‘barn’ is sometimes under the floor of the inmost part of the house, that of the women (cf
Keeper - And what an asylum do believers find in the view, that all the attributes of JEHOVAH are engaged for the Security and comfort of his people
Borrow - This passage is part of Jesus' consistent emphasis on absolute loyalty to the way of God's kingdom, which necessitates a carefree regard for one's possessions ( Matthew 6:24-34 ) and personal Security (1618395907_81 ) as one unselfishly loves the neighbor
Shadow - ) A shaded place; shelter; protection; Security
Seal, Signet - The seal was also used to ensure Security, or to preserve the sanctity of things not to be revealed
Register - ) To enter the name of the owner of (a share of stock, a bond, or other Security) in a register, or record book. A registered Security is transferable only on the written assignment of the owner of record and on surrender of his bond, stock certificate, or the like
Refuge - ...
Psalm 142:4 (a) All human devices and plans fail to bring Security and peace
Anchor - : That which gives stability or Security; that on which we place dependence for safety
Jael - It was not Jael's offer, neither did she give him a promise of Security
Sobriety - Sobriety is a Security against the baneful influence of turbulent passions; it is self-possession; it is self-defence
Fence - A guard any thing to restrain entrance that which defends from attack, approach or injury Security defense
Sparrow - ...
But let the reader pause over the thought of the sparrow making a nest for herself, and where in safety she might lay her young, high on the altar of the Lord's house, far out of the reach of the malice of all robbers of her nest, or murderers of herself and her young; and then let him contemplate the beauty of the similitude, when a child of God flies to the New Testament altar of his Security, even to Jesus, and finds a rest in him, far above the reach of all disturbers of his repose, by resting in him, and resting to him, yea, making Jesus himself his rest, and his portion for ever! (See Psalms 84:1-4)...
Comfort - That which gives Security from want and furnishes moderate enjoyment as the comforts of life
Foundation - And what endears it to the church, and gives a permanency and Security to the whole is, that it is unchangeable, eternal, and for ever
Branch - "They put the branch to their nose" (Ezekiel 8:17), expressing insolent Security; they turn up their nose with scorn, or rather they held up a branch of tamarisk to their nose at daybreak, while singing hymns to the rising sun
Shake - , is used (a) literally, of a reed, Matthew 11:7 ; Luke 7:24 ; a vessel, "shaken" in filling, Luke 6:38 ; a building, Luke 6:48 ; Acts 4:31 ; 16:26 ; the natural forces of the heavens and heavenly bodies, Matthew 24:29 ; Mark 13:25 ; Luke 21:26 ; the earth, Hebrews 12:26 , "shook;" (b) metaphorically, (1) of "shaking" so as to make insecure, Hebrews 12:27 (twice); (2) of casting down from a sense of Security, Acts 2:25 , "I should (not) be moved;" (3) to stir up (a crowd), Acts 17:13 ; (4) to unsettle, 2 Thessalonians 2:2 , "(to the end that) ye be not (quickly) shaken (from your mind)," i
Fortitude - The noble cause in which the Christian is engaged; the glorious Master whom he serves; the provision that is made for his Security; the illustrious examples set before him; the approbation of a good conscience; and the grand prospect he has in view, are all powerful motives to the exercise of this grace
Treaty - Such treaties were formal agreements that dealt with matters of mutual concern, such as peace, Security and trade (Genesis 21:25-33; Genesis 26:28-30; 1 Kings 9:26-28; 1 Kings 20:34; Isaiah 7:3; Isaiah 30:1-5; Isaiah 31:1)
Arm - ) To cover or furnish with a plate, or with whatever will add strength, force, Security, or efficiency; as, to arm the hit of a sword; to arm a hook in angling
Descent to Hades - The prison may have been Sheol or Hades according to Old Testament thinking, a special place of captivity for sinners, a place of punishment for fallen angels, a place of Security for such angels where they thought they could escape Christ's power, or a place on the way to heaven where the faithful of old waited to hear the message of Christ's final atoning victory
Armor - " In Psalm 91:4 , David reveals that Security is grounded specifically on the absolute faithfulness of God
Smooth Places: Peril of - Carnal-security invited her citizens to his fatal feasts, and the Prince Immanuel withdrew himself; let the result warn us against a repetition of the evil
Band - ) Pledge; Security
Seraiah - Son of Tanhumeth the Netophathite; came to the Babylonian viceroy Gedaliah to Mizpah, who promised Security to the Jews who should dwell in the land, serving the king of Babylon (2 Kings 25:23; Jeremiah 40:8)
Bind - The common word for “tying up” for Security and safety, 'âsar is often used to indicate the tying up of horses and donkeys (2 Kings 7:10)
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
Lollards - These Lollards obtained many papal grants, by which their institution was confirmed, their persons exempted from the cognizance of the inquisitors, and subjected entirely to the jurisdiction of the bishops; and, at last, for their farther Security, Charles, duke of Burgundy, in 1472, obtained a bull from Pope Sixtus IV, by which they were ranked among the religious orders, and delivered from the jurisdiction of their bishops; which privileges were yet more extended by Pope Julius II, in 1506
Void - It had become a practice - to void the Security given for money borrowed
Heavenly City, the - To the ancient world cities represented ordered life, Security from enemies, and material prosperity
Bail - ) The Security given for the appearance of a prisoner in order to obtain his release from custody of the officer; as, the man is out on bail; to go bail for any one
Seal - ) An engraved or inscribed stamp, used for marking an impression in wax or other soft substance, to be attached to a document, or otherwise used by way of authentication or Security
Chain, Bonds - Sometimes, for greater Security, the prisoner was bound to two soldiers, one on each side of him, in which case, of course, the use of two chains would be necessary
Warrant - ) That which vouches or insures for anything; guaranty; Security
Seal - ) An engraved or inscribed stamp, used for marking an impression in wax or other soft substance, to be attached to a document, or otherwise used by way of authentication or Security
Rail - In a ship, a narrow plank nailed for ornament or Security on a ship's upper works also, a curved piece of timber extending from the bows of a ship to the continuation of its stern, to support the knee of the head, &c
City - The towns and cities of Palestine were commonly built on heights, for better Security against robbers or invaders
Upon - Noting Security as, to borrow money upon lands, or upon mortgage
Oath - A pound of tea cannot travel regularly from the ship to the consumer without costing half a dozen oaths at least; and the same Security for the due discharge of their office, namely, that of an oath is required from a churchwarden and an archbishop, from a petty constable, and the chief justice of England. Nor can there be the least mutual Security between governors and governed, where no God is admitted. As oaths are designed for the Security of the imposer, it is manifest that they must be interpreted and performed in the sense in which the imposer intends them
Christ: the Soul's Only Defence - Thy riches are no Security, for Satan can make these a snare to thee, and if thou shouldst mount so high, the bird of prey can follow thee and rend thee in pieces! The busy world with all its cares cannot shelter thee, for here it is that the great enemy is most at home; he is the prince of this world, and seizes men who find their joys therein as easily as a kite lays hold upon a sparrow
Avenger of Blood - The practice of blood-revenge has been very widely spread among societies in a certain stage of civilization, where there has been no central authority to enforce law and order, and where the certainty of retaliation has been the only guarantee for Security of life
Rock - The “rock” (or mountain) serves as a figure of Security ( Gate - To open it wide and high was significant of joy and welcome, as when the Savior ascended to heaven, Psalm 24:7,9 ; and the open gates of the new Jerusalem in contrast with those of earthly cities carefully closed and guarded at nightfall, indicate the happy Security of that world of light, Revelation 21:25
Much - 2, GREAT, LARGE, MANY, MEET, Security, SORE, SUFFICIENT, WORTHY
Refuge - In order to provide for the Security of those who, without design, might happen to kill a person, in whatever manner it should be, the Lord commanded Moses to appoint six cities of refuge, Exodus 21:18 ; Numbers 35:11 , &c, that whoever should undesignedly spill the blood of a fellow creature, might retire thither, and have time to prepare for his defence before the judges: so that the relatives of the deceased might not pursue and kill him. "...
Sanctuaries affording Security for criminals are still known in the east, and anciently were established in Europe
Edom - ) The Edomites’ Security depended largely on a strong defence system they had built throughout their mountains (2 Chronicles 25:11-12; Obadiah 1:1-4). In their search for refuge and Security, many Edomites moved west across the Arabah and settled in Judean territory around Hebron
Shadow - ...
Powerful people offer the shadow of protection and Security (Song of Song of Solomon 2:3 )
Cornerstone - God said their Security was false because he would lay a stone in Zion, a precious cornerstone, which really was secure—and it was not those present rulers
Foundation - ...
The foundations of Psalm 11:3 are the foundations of life, Security, community, justice, and religion
Jebus - In haughty self Security the Jebusites fancied that "the blind and lame" would suffice to defend their fortress, so strong was its position, shut in by deep valleys on three sides
New Order - ...
Thus, the warnings of Hebrews (2:1-4; 3:7-19; 6:1-12; 10:26-31; 12:25-29) indicate the folly of turning from the Security of the "new order" to the inadequacies of the provisional order
Og - The rocky fastnesses, on which Og's 60 cities were, almost impregnable, compensated by Security for their inconveniences
Fenced Cities - ) Villages in the Hauran sometimes consist of houses joined together and the entrance closed by a gate for Security against Arab marauders
Guard - Defense preservation or Security against injury, loss or attack
Immutability of God - Hence the uniformity of that government, and the certainty of those promises, which are the ground of our trust and Security
Rest - ) Hence, freedom from everything which wearies or disturbs; peace; Security
Dan - In the "security" and "quiet," (Judges 18:7,10 ) of their rich northern possession the Danites enjoyed the leisure and repose which had been denied them in their original seat
Laurentius, an Antipope - Anastasius states that "those who communicated with Symmachus were slain with the sword; holy women and virgins were dragged from their houses or convents, denuded and scourged; there were daily fights against the church in the midst of the city; many priests were killed; there was no Security for walking in the city by day or night
Bed - ) To lay or put in any hollow place, or place of rest and Security, surrounded or inclosed; to embed; to furnish with or place upon a bed or foundation; as, to bed a stone; it was bedded on a rock
Anchor - In a figurative sense, that which gives stability or Security that on which we place dependence for safety
Tower - For in this gospel day to which the whole refers; he that is feeble among them at that day shall be as David, and the house of David shall be as God, as the Angel of the Lord before them, (Isaiah 22:22-25; Zechariah 12:8) It is very blessed to behold Jesus using such strong and beautiful figures to shew his people's union and oneness with him, and their everlasting safety and Security in him
Sun - 8:22) figures the Security of God’s allies: “So let all thine enemies perish, O Lord: but let them that love him be as the sun when he goeth forth in his might” ( Amos - Nor does he spare the sins of Judah, such as their carnal Security, sensuality, and injustice
Conscience - "As we rely," says he, "upon the clear and distinct testimony of our eyes, concerning the colours and figures of the bodies about us, we have the same reason to rely, with Security, upon the clear and unbiassed testimony of our conscience, with regard to what we ought and ought not to do. A conscience well informed, and possessed of sensibility, is the best Security for virtue, and the most awful avenger of wicked deeds; an ill-informed conscience is the most powerful instrument of mischief; a squeamish and ticklish conscience generally renders those who are under its influence ridiculous
Union to Christ - Security, John 15:1-27 : Felicity, 1 Peter 1:8
Amos - He describes Israel as reveling in a period of national prosperity, of sinful orgies, and of Security from external foes
Sidon - The natural result of these exclusive advantages to the inhabitants of Sidon was, a high degree of wealth and prosperity; and content with the riches which their trade and manufactures brought them, they lived in ease and luxury, trusting the defence of their city and property, like the Tyrians after them, to hired troops; so that to live in ease and Security, is said in Scripture to be after the manner of the Sidonians
War - Preparation for war is sometimes the best Security for peace
Prison, Prisoners - Later, Peter was held under heavy Security, consisting of chains, multiple guards, and iron doors (Acts 12:5-11 ). Perhaps the crypt, originally a cistern, served only as the “innermost cell” ( Acts 16:24 ) for maximum Security or solitary confinement
Bibles, Chained - Nor did the practise of lending books out on adequate Security, begun in the early part of the 11th century, contribute much to the solution of the problem; because poor students, who were in the majority, could illafford the financial sacrifice involved
Chained Bibles - Nor did the practise of lending books out on adequate Security, begun in the early part of the 11th century, contribute much to the solution of the problem; because poor students, who were in the majority, could illafford the financial sacrifice involved
Lamech - " Lamech boasts thus, to assure his wives of Security amidst the violence of the times especially among the Cainites, which precipitated God's judgment of the flood (Genesis 6:4; Genesis 6:11; Genesis 6:13)
Mizpah, Mizpeh - ” A name commonly used in Palestine to refer to places used to provide Security
Bishop - That no Security for the church was to be found in them is proved by the warning of the apostle, that among themselves should men arise, speaking perverse things; and in view of this he commends them, not to some ecclesiastical authority, or to a church council, but "to God, and to the word of his grace," a resource which all Christians still have
Fear - Fear is the passion of our nature which excites us to provide for our Security, on the approach of evil
Watchfulness - It keeps the church faithful in avoiding being lulled into false Security
Banking - Apparently wealthy individuals loaned money to poor farmers with children, land, and crops put up as Security (Nehemiah 5:2-3 )
Hold - ) A place of Security; a fortified place; a fort; a castle; - often called a stronghold
Banking - Apparently wealthy individuals loaned money to poor farmers with children, land, and crops put up as Security (Nehemiah 5:2-3 )
Flood - Most notable of all was the covenant of continued earthly Security for mankind and the rainbow as the symbol of that everlasting covenant. When he returned to his tent, he put the bow on the wall since home offered peace, love, and Security
Certainty (2) - These always express objective Security; the certainty which is or might be verified, and which consists in an accurate correspondence with facts. ...
It is characteristic that the grounds on which certainty is shown in the Gospels to rest are moral grounds rather than intellectual; for commonly it is moral certitude, not scientific Security, which is in view
Megiddo - Probably by the time of David the city was serving Israel's defensive and Security purposes
Pacification - Rochelle, Montaubon, Cognal, and La Charite, to be places of Security for them during the space of two years
Oaths - Without a modern judicial system, the very Security of the society demanded that people speak the truth to one another
Castle - Israel prayed for peace in her fortress, but no fortress gave Security from God's anger (Isaiah 25:2 ; Isaiah 34:13 ; Hosea 8:14 )
River - The child of GOD is planted in the soil for Security, close by the water (the river), for inspiration, for refreshing and for the abundant life
Adonijah - ...
Upon his being anointed and proclaimed by Zadok, all the people hailed him, God save the king! Adonijah's party, surprised suddenly amidst their feasting, typify sinners' carnal Security, from which the Lord's coming suddenly shall startle them to their destruction (Matthew 24:48; Luke 12:45; 1 Thessalonians 5:2-3; compare 1 Kings 1:49)
Condemnation (2) - In this present age condemnation is not final for any; nay, God’s purpose is the eternal Security of men in true peace and true happiness (John 3:17; John 12:47)
Hand - ...
The hand when it is the right hand may indicate Security and peace
Infant Communion - When children are grown up to a capacity of behaving decently, they may soon be instructed in the nature and design of the ordinance; and if they appear to understand it, and behave for some competent time of trial in a manner suitable to that profession, it would probably be advisable to admit them to communion, though very young; which, by the way, might be a good Security against many of the snares to which youth are exposed
Covenant - For so the apostle was commissioned by the Holy Ghost, to inform the church concerning that eternal life which was given us, he saith, in Christ Jesus, "before the world began?" (Titus 1:2; 2 Timothy 1:9) So that this everlasting covenant becomes the bottom and foundation in JEHOVAH'S appointment, and Security of all grace and mercy for the church here, and of all glory and happiness hereafter, through the alone person, work, blood-shedding, and obedience of the Lord Jesus Christ
Elect - (Deuteronomy 7:1; Romans 9:11-16; 2 Timothy 1:9; Ephesians 1:6) Hence the everlasting Security of the church, and of the blessings of the church, are all sure, certain and irrevocable
Josiah - This was, probably, a copy of the Pentateuch, which had been lodged there for Security by some pious priest in the reign of Ahaz or Manasseh
Horse - Lest the people might depend on a well appointed cavalry, as a means of Security, and so cease from trusting in the promised aid and protection of Jehovah
Peace - ]'>[1] corrects to ‘security’), the OT ‘peace’ represents uniformly the Heb
Refuge, Cities of - To provide Security for those who should undesignedly kill a man, the Lord commanded Moses to appoint six cities of refuge, or asylums, that any one who should thus shed blood might retire thither, and have time to prepare his defence before the judges, and that the kinsmen of the deceased might not pursue and kill him, Exodus 21:13 Numbers 35:11-34
House - Windows were usually covered with lattice for Security (Song of Song of Solomon 2:9)
Worldliness - John calls ‘the vainglory of life’-the delusive satisfaction, the baseless sense of Security (atheistic) or of superiority (egoistic) which the attainment of worldly desire engenders. Confidence in the stability of material conditions and circumstances and the Security thence begotten take the place of trust in the living God and ‘the peace that passeth all understanding,’ Men presume upon the prolongation of life, and arrange their future without reference to the Divine will on which moment by moment their being depends (James 4:13-15), and thus more readily come to think of their life-work as the doing of their own will rather than God’s. And no less characteristic of the worldly mind are the uneasiness and distress consequent upon the lack of such sense of Security: God-forgetting anxiety, painful and harmful as it is futile (Philippians 4:6, 1 Peter 5:7); repining over worldly losses and disappointments, the ‘sorrow of the world’ that ‘worketh death’ (2 Corinthians 7:10), reaching its climax in that sense of instability and vanity in all earthly things which, without its counterpoise of faith in spiritual reality, leads directly to the inverted worldliness of pessimism, and by rebound to cynical hedonism-‘let us eat and drink, for to-morrow we die’ (1 Corinthians 15:32)
Command, Commandment - Obedience would result in prosperity, Security, God's presence, longevity, the occupation of the land, a long dynasty, and blessings of all sorts (Leviticus 26:3-13 ; Deuteronomy 5:29-6:2,17-18 ; 17:18-20 ; 28:1-14 )
Nail - The large pin (Judges 4:21-22; Judges 5:26) by which the tent cords were fastened, giving shape and Security to the tent
Belshazzar - ...
Security, sensuality, and profanity are the sure forerunners of the sinner's doom
Fear - Such healthy fear enables one to praise God (Psalm 22:23 ; Revelation 14:7 ); to enjoy benefits and blessings at his hand (Psalm 34:9 ; 103:11,13 , 17 ); to rest in peace and Security (Psalm 112:7-8 ); and to experience length of days (Proverbs 10:27 ; 19:23 )
Peace - ...
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According to the Hebrews’ understanding, peace was a state of well-being that included good health, prosperity, contentment, Security and harmonious relationships (Psalms 29:11; Psalms 37:37; Psalms 85:8-9; Isaiah 26:1-4; Isaiah 32:17-18; Isaiah 60:17; Lamentations 3:17; Zechariah 6:13; Zechariah 8:12; Luke 11:21; 1 Corinthians 14:33; Ephesians 4:3)
Nehemiah - An added arrangement before the dedication ceremony was to increase Jerusalem’s Security by increasing its population
Robber - Not only had the Temple become a haunt of ‘robbers’—the dealers in the Temple market were notorious for their extortion—but it gave them fancied Security in their evil-doing
Abner - During these five years Israel gradually regained their country, and at length Abner proclaimed Ishbosheth at Mahanaim beyond Jordan, for Security against the Philistines: 2 Samuel 2:5-7 confirms this
Drunkenness (2) - Occasional maxims hint at the expediency of abstinence in the interests of moral integrity and personal Security
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
God - But certain it is, that never until this revelation by Moses, did the church understand how the incommunicable name of JEHOVAH became the Security of fulfilling all the promises
Publican - They were obliged to procure praedes, or sureties, who gave Security to the government for the fulfilment of the contract
Peace, Spiritual - It is associated with receptiveness to God's salvation (Matthew 10:13 ), freedom from distress and fear (John 14:27 ; John 16:33 ), Security (1 Thessalonians 5:9-10 ), mercy (Galatians 6:16 ; 1 Timothy 1:2 ), joy (Romans 14:17 ; Romans 15:13 ), grace (Philippians 1:2 ; Revelation 1:4 ), love (2 Corinthians 13:11 ; Jude 1:2 ), life (Romans 8:6 ), and righteousness (Romans 14:17 ; Hebrews 12:11 ; James 3:18 )
Peace - In relation to organic processes it stands for health (Genesis 29:6), and this, in part at least, gives rise to the employment of the word in the formula of salutation, although the wider sense of Security of one’s actions and interests in general enters likewise into this usage (Genesis 41:16). It denotes the spiritualized, Christian form of ‘prosperity,’ ‘security,’ ‘soundness,’ ‘salvation,’ associated with the word from its very earliest use. This goes back in the last analysis to the use of the word in ordinary social salutation, which in the OT already refers not exclusively to friendly intercourse, but also to positive well-being, including health and general Security
Rock - It represents the character of GOD, His stability, Security and firmness. ...
Psalm 27:5 (a) Whenever David was in trouble he turned to the Lord for Security, safety and rest
Commerce - For the common purpose of Security against depredations, the oriental merchants travelled in company, as is common in the east at the present day. Sometimes the caravans lodge in cities; but when they do not, they pitch their tents so as to form an encampment; and during the night keep watch alternately for the sake of Security
Saul, King of Israel - Nevertheless, he brought stability and Security to Israel through victories over all those nations that had previously attacked around Israel’s borders (1 Samuel 14:47-48; 1 Samuel 15:7; 1 Samuel 17:52-53)
War - National landholders led by men already revered for civil authority and noble family descent, so long as they remained faithful to God, formed an army ensuring alike national Security and a free constitution in a free country
Lewd Lewdness - He concludes, however, that the reference is to the attitude of the politarchs, who, by exacting Security for good behaviour from Jason, prevented the return of St
Door - Security seems to have been given by guards, chains, and stocks rather than by any peculiar strength of door
Ability, Able - See CONTENT , ENOUGH , GOOD , GREAT , LARGE , LONG , MANY , MEET , MUCH , Security , SUFFICIENT , WORTHY
Line - ) To place persons or things along the side of for Security or defense; to strengthen by adding anything; to fortify; as, to line works with soldiers
Rest - Religion gives part of its reward in hand, the present comfort of having done our duty, and for the rest, it offers us the best Security that heaven can give
Move, Moved, Mover, Moving, Unmovable - ...
A — 4: σαλεύω (Strong's #4531 — Verb — saleuo — sal-yoo'-o ) "to shake," properly of the action of stormy wind, then, "to render insecure, stir up," is rendered "I should (not) be moved" in Acts 2:25 , in the sense of being cast down or shaken from a sense of Security and happiness, said of Christ, in a quotation from Psalm 16:8
Door - Security seems to have been given by guards, chains, and stocks rather than by any peculiar strength of door
Seal - A seal, in biblical times as today, is used to guarantee Security or indicate ownership
Isaac - ), Isaac’s child-like confidence in his father is yet conspicuous, with the associated sense of Security
Rest - It is the sense of Security and peace that flows from a right relation with God, the Father, through obedience to his Son, the Messiah, and membership in his kingdom
Turtle - The church calls herself, the Lord's turtle dove, (Psalms 74:19) and begs the Lord as such to keep her from her enemies; and Jesus calls the church his dove, (Song of Song of Solomon 2:14) as if in answer to this cry, and bids her see her Security, for that she is in the cliffs of the rock—perhaps, meaning the secret decrees of JEHOVAH, or, in Christ, the rock of ages, or probably both
Hosea - Hosea rebuked efforts at alliance with Assyria and Egypt as the means to national Security. God will abolish war and grant peace and Security to His people (Hosea 2:18 )
Trust - If God has once changed His purpose, why should He not do so again? Only where God is manifest in Christ as the Reconciler of the world (2 Corinthians 5:19) can there be perfect Security for time and eternity. Moreover, not even what men call a good conscience can give Security (1 Corinthians 4:3-4, 1 John 1:8 ff. And because he sees in Christ the grand purpose of God in the redemption of the world and the Security for the final accomplishment of that purpose, he cannot despair of the world any more than he can despair of himself
Obadiah, Theology of - This punishment, oddly enough, provides Security for the followers of a God who reveals himself
Heritage - " So again the Lord, as the Security of his people, saith himself, that "this is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, and their righteousness is of me, saith the Lord
Mountains - The Security and protection afforded by God to his people are thus beautifully delineated: "As the mountains are round about Jerusalem, so the Lord is round about his people from henceforth, even for ever," Psalm 125:2
Rock - strength, Security, height, etc
Sardis - But centuries of material prosperity made the Lydian character soft and voluptuous, and the fall of CrCEsus, whom Solon warned in vain of the fickleness of fortune, became to the Greeks the supreme illustration of the danger of careless Security
Ebal - It symbolized their setting up of Jehovah's law as the permanent law of Israel in their land of inheritance; and it was the pledge, in the event of their continued obedience, that Jehovah would conquer all their foes and establish them in Security
Bezer - And if fleeing to Christ when the avenger of blood, that is, the law of God, and the justice of God, is pursuing him, he takes shelter in the Lord Jesus, the Bezer of his people, and the city of refuge for Security, before he be overtaken, he is in safety for ever
Keep - To have in custody for Security or preservation
Altar - The culmination's of the altar, being hornlike, imply the mighty salvation and Security which Jehovah engages to the believing worshippers approaching Him in His own appointed way. harel , "mount of God," denoting the high Security which it will afford to restored Israel; a high place indeed, but the high place of God, not of idols
Devil, Satan, Evil, Demonic - The believer has God's armor—the biblical gospel, integrity, peace through Christ, faith in Christ, prayer—as spiritual Security (Ephesians 6:11-18 )
Oath - A pound of tea cannot travel regularly from the ship to the consumer, without costing half a dozen oaths at least; and the same Security for the due discharge of their office, namely, that of an oath, is required from a churchwarden and an archbishop; from a petty constable and the chief justice of England
Hand - To give one's hand, signifies to grant peace, to swear friendship, to promise entire Security, to make alliance, 2 Kings 10:15
Ezekiel - By further acting and preaching, Ezekiel stressed the certainty of the coming siege and exile (12:1-28), and condemned the false prophets who were building up false hopes of Security among the doomed people (13:1-23)
Marriage - The additional Security which the state receives for the good behaviour of its citizens, from the solicitude they feel for the welfare of their children, and from their being confined to permanent habitations. The connection is thus exalted into a religious one; and when love which knows no abatement, protection at the hazard of life, and a tender and constant solicitude for the salvation of a wife, are thus enjoined, the greatest possible Security is established for the exercise of kindness and fidelity
Foreknowledge - Paul's concern in this passage was rather to assure the Christian readers that their Security is based upon God's eternal purpose and not upon the Christian's initiative
Perseverance - Lastly, it is objected that this doctrine gives great encouragement to carnal Security and presumptuous sin
Fellow - And let me ask, what can be more blessed or precious? In the one, how glorious to consider the foundation and Security of all that is interesting to our hopes for the life that now is, and that which is to come
Cities - But, conscious that all these precautions were insufficient for their Security, the orientals employed watchmen to patrol the city during the night, to suppress any disorders in the streets, or to guard the wall against the attempts of a foreign enemy
Goel - In the latter case he was judicially delivered to the goel, who might put him to death in whatever way he chose; but in the former case the homicide continued in the place of refuge until the high priest's death, when he might return home in perfect Security
Wells And Springs - They were often covered with a large flat stone, to exclude the flying sand and secure the water to its owners, and also for the Security of strangers, who were liable to fall into them unawares- a mischance which very often occurs in modern Syria, and against which the beneficent law of Moses made provision, Exodus 21:33-34
Law - ...
Wager of law, a species of trial formerly used in England, in which the defendant gave Security that he would, on a certain day, make his law, that is, he would make oath that he owed nothing to the plaintiff, and would produce eleven of his neighbors as compurgators, who should swear that they believed in their consciences that he had sworn the truth
Faith - Christians find their Security and hope in God as revealed in Jesus Christ, and say "amen" to that unique relationship to God in the Holy Spirit through love and obedience as expressed in lives of discipleship and service. But Security that is a result of a trusting relationship with God is most important. The Lord indicated to Abram his plan for history, and Abram believed it to be something real and was filled with a firmness and Security in the Lord
Monk - After the empire became Christian, instances of this kind were numerous: and those whose Security had obliged them to live separately and apart, became afterwards, united into societies
Refuge - ...
And this Security, even to the unintentional murderer, continued only while he remained in the city of refuge; for if he was found without the suburbs, the avenger of blood might by law kill him
Sanctification - Glorious Security! And finally to add no more—as the commencement of all grace and sanctification is in God, so the consummation of all glory is in him also
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
Good - His Security is good for the amount of the debt applied to persons able to fulfill contracts
Ammonites - ...
Philadelphia, as all of the cities along the Via Nova, began to decline in the third century due to Security problems along the Roman frontier and shifts in commercial patterns
Maronites - Travellers may journey there, either by night or by day, with a Security unknown in any other part of the empire, and the stranger is received with hospitality, as among the Arabs: it must be owned, however, that the Maronites are less generous, and rather inclined to the vice of parsimony
Monk - After the empire became Christian, instances of this kind were numerous; and those whose Security had obliged them to live separately and apart became afterward united into societies
Compassion - The word seeks to bring Security to the life of the one for whom compassion is felt
Kings, Books of - ...
With the decline of Syrian power, Israel (under Jeroboam II) and Judah (under Azariah) enjoyed Security and prosperity (14:23-15:7)
Samuel, First And Second, Theology of - He is a Rock, a place of refuge and Security for those who trust in him (1 Samuel 2:2 ; 2 Samuel 22:2,3 , 32,47 ; 23:2 ). He had already promised his people Security and victory over their enemies as long as they remained faithful to their covenant obligations (Exodus 23:22 ; 34:11 ; Deuteronomy 21:1-4 ). They wanted a human ruler, like those of the neighboring nations, to fight their battles and to provide them with a symbol of national unity and Security
Greece, Religion And Society of - These, and other communities like them, were organized round a central palace which was the residence of the king and a place of Security in times of war. These are people who had for various reasons lost their former position in a household and were alone and without Security in society
Ten Commandments - Integrity is not for oneself, but for the sake of others; it is that they may live in Security, knowing that we will treasure their reputation above our own. From Genesis 3 on the issue is the same: Will we allow God to satisfy our desires in his way, or will we insist on trying to satisfy them in our own strength? This is where idolatry comes from; it is an attempt to manipulate the divine in order to satisfy the human desires for power, Security, comfort, and pleasure
Readiness - Weiss admits that ‘any determination of the day of His return, even if it had been possible, would only have rocked the disciples in false Security’ (Life of Christ, iii
Salvation - See Atonement ; Conversion ; Election ; Eschatology ; Forgiveness ; Future Hope ; Grace ; Justification ; New Birth ; Predestination ; Reconciliation, Redeem, Redemption, Redeemer; Repentance ; Sanctification ; Security of the Believer
Friend, Friendship - A friend may put one into debt by asking Security for a loan (Proverbs 6:1-5 ; 11:15 ; 17:18 ; 22:26-27 )
Amos - False Security in national strength leads to ultimate downfall (Amos 6:1-14 )
Callistus, Pope - His master intrusted to his charge a bank in the Piscina Publica, where Callistus induced his fellow-Christians to deposit their savings upon the Security of the name of Carpophorus
Trade And Commerce - Deeds of loan appear not to be mentioned in the OT, though there is frequent reference to the danger of giving Security. In most ancient cities the temples served as places of Security, where treasure could be stored, and this is likely to have been the case in Israelitish cities also
Election - Again and again the prophets tried to disabuse them of this false notion of Security by pointing out the true meaning of the covenant and their mission among the nations (Jeremiah 7:1-14 ; Amos 3:2 ; Jonah)
Devil - "...
(4) At its close, being loosed for a while, in person Satan shall head the last conspiracy against Christ (permitted in order to show the Security of believers who cannot fall as Adam fell by Satan's wiles), and shall be finally cast into the lake of life forever (Revelation 20:7-10)
Family - Polygamy was in part the cause of the large size of the Hebrew household; in part the cause of it may be found in the insecurity of early times, when safety lay in numbers, and consequently not only the married sons and daughters dwelt, for the sake of protection, with their father, but remote relatives and even foreigners (‘the stranger within thy gates’) would attach themselves, with a similar object, to a great household. ...
To an Israelite, ‘family’ conveyed the notions of unity, Security, order, and discipline
Inheritance - Over and over again it seemed as if Jerusalem must succumb to the hordes of barbarian invaders, and as if the last remnant of Canaan must be irretrievably lost; but the prophets persistently declared that the land should not be lost; they realized the impossibility of Israel’s ever realizing her true vocation, unless, at any rate for some centuries, she preserved her national independence; and the latter would, of course, be wholly unthinkable without territorial Security
Isaiah, Book of - Security is in the Stone laid in Zion, all else will perish
Hold - Lurking place a place of Security as the hold of a wild beast
Solomon - He enjoyed a profound peace throughout his dominions; Judah and Israel lived in Security; and his neighbours either paid him tribute, or were his allies; he ruled over all the countries and kingdoms from the Euphrates to the Nile, and his dominions extended even beyond the former; he had abundance of horses and chariots of war; he exceeded the orientals, and all the Egyptians, in wisdom and prudence; he was the wisest of mankind, and his reputation was spread through all nations
Maximus Magnus, Christian Emperor in the West - Thus Maximus was in general an able and popular ruler, at least in his own dominions, giving his subjects what they most wanted, some feeling of Security and peace
Emperor-Worship - He gave them Security of life and good, kept safe the highways, fostered, their commerce, and developed their resources. The establishment of his power meant the restoration of tranquillity and Security to Italy after a reign of terror
Inspiration - It was therefore highly expedient, and even necessary, for the faith of future ages, that, beside those opportunities of information which the Apostles enjoyed, and that tried integrity which they possessed, their understanding and their memory should be assisted by a supernatural influence, which might prevent them from mistaking the meaning of what they had heard, which might restrain them from putting into the mouth of Jesus any words which he did not utter, or omitting what was important, and which might thus give us perfect Security, that the Gospels are as faithful a copy as if Jesus himself had left in writing those sayings and those actions which he wished posterity to remember. As inspiration was necessary to give the minds of the Apostles possession of the system that is unfolded in their epistles, so many parts of that system are removed to such a distance from human discoveries, and are liable to such misapprehension, that unless we suppose a continued superintendence of the Spirit by whom it was taught, succeeding ages would not have sufficient Security that those who were employed to deliver it had not been guilty of gross mistakes in some most important doctrines. But his character gives us Security that they possessed all that he promised
Trade And Commerce - The armies helped trade not only by keeping the population of a conquered country in subjection, but also by the building of those splendid military roads which, constructed for military purposes, benefited trade no less, by the rapidity and the Security of movement which they made possible. The state of universal peace and the Security of travel in the 1st cent
Trinity - ...
The fact of the Trinity is essential also for the life of believers: their indwelling by God (Ephesians 4:6; Colossians 1:27; 1 Corinthians 6:19); their sanctification (John 17:17; Hebrews 2:11; 1 Corinthians 6:11), their enjoyment of salvation (2 Corinthians 13:14), their exercise of prayer (Romans 8:26-27; Romans 8:34; Ephesians 2:18), their eternal Security (John 10:28-29; Ephesians 4:30) and their ultimate victory over death (John 5:21; Romans 8:11)
Adoption - The laws, the liberties, the privileges, the relations, the provisions, and the Security of this family are all sources of happiness; but especially the presence, the approbation, and the goodness of God, as the governor thereof, afford joy unspeakable and full of glory, 1 Peter 1:8
Herod - He next built Samaria, which he named Sebaste, and adorned it with the most sumptuous edifices; and for his Security he built several fortresses throughout the whole of Judea, of which the principal was called Caesarea, in honour of the emperor
Apocalyptic - ...
The Protection of God's People The presentation of the "son of man" before God assures the status and Security of "the people of the Most High" ( Daniel 7:13,22 )
Endurance - The practical inference is intended to lie in a direction quite the opposite of false Security and presumption (Matthew 7:22 f
Widow - In the former case the Old Testament is replete with legislation that attempted to provide a social Security net for the widow: she was not to be exploited (Exodus 22:21-22 ; Deuteronomy 27:19 ); she was specifically permitted to glean the fields and vineyards during harvest time (Job 24:3 , ; cf
Socinians - ...
These failures, which the ardour, the ability, and the high rank of many who engaged in the diffusion of Socinianism were unable to prevent, were soon followed by their expulsion from the country in which they had so long remained in Security and peace
Isaiah - These oppressed kingdoms, or their rulers, are represented under the image of the fir trees and the cedars of Libanus, which is frequently used to express any thing in the political or religious world that is supereminently great and majestic: the whole earth shouts for joy; the cedars of Libanus utter a severe taunt over the fallen tyrant, and boast their Security now he is no more, Ezekiel 28:4-8
Religion (2) - This need of Security and rest is perfectly met by Christ. He is His own religion, and therefore He not only harmonizes the various feelings of religion, as we have just seen, by satisfying the desire for Security, for reconciliation, and for authority, but He also brings into unity its various forms
Trade And Commerce - The armies helped trade not only by keeping the population of a conquered country in subjection, but also by the building of those splendid military roads which, constructed for military purposes, benefited trade no less, by the rapidity and the Security of movement which they made possible. The state of universal peace and the Security of travel in the 1st cent
Receive, Receiving - " Moulton and Milligan point out the frequency of this verb in the papyri in the legal sense of taking the responsibility of something, becoming Security for, undertaking, and say "The predominance of this meaning suggests its application in Hebrews 11:17
Seventy (2) - (b) He assures them of Security against real harm from the powers of evil
Jehoram - ...
Abatement of the divine scourge, apparently, brought with it carnal Security to Jehoram
Unbelief (2) - 268); that he is one who will not be satisfied until all his grounds are established; that, ready to believe when he can, he is healthily averse from the belief of mere credulity; that his soul desires ‘not a refuge but a resting-place’ (Toynbee), and that he knows no Security as long as there is one possibility of delusion left? The explanation is an attractive one, but it is doubtful whether it can be sustained in the face of the narratives above alluded to
Gospel - The self-righteous and the self-sufficient must be jolted out of their false Security and recognize their need of God (Luke 6:24-26 )
Micah, Theology of - Their false doctrine of eternal Security helped lead the nation to its death (2:6-11)
Messiah - Micah prophesied that the Messiah was to come through the royal Davidic seedline to shepherd his people and bring them Security (5:1-4)
Heart - —Such teaching, setting the renewed dispositions of the heart far above the riches and honours of the world in value, supplied a potent counteractive to the proud Security and self-assumption which prosperous worldliness is apt to beget
Jerusalem - It has already sustained about thirty sieges, and although in the hands of the Jews now its desolations are not yet over!...
The beautiful situation of Jerusalem is noticed in scripture; it stands about 2593 feet above the sea, and the mountains round about it are spoken of as its Security
Heart - —Such teaching, setting the renewed dispositions of the heart far above the riches and honours of the world in value, supplied a potent counteractive to the proud Security and self-assumption which prosperous worldliness is apt to beget
Exodus, the - This peculiar feature afforded Israel the needful Security during their long stay at Sinai
Salvation Save Saviour - , Habakkuk 3:13, Psalms 12:5; Psalms 18:2; Psalms 18:35; Psalms 18:46, for the cognate sense of preserved Security in Job 5:4; Job 5:11, and for a combination of external and spiritual deliverance in, e
Election - Thus also, in the experience of salvation, the soul, conscious of the part of God in bringing it to Himself, and hourly realizing its entire dependence on Him for everything good, will desire to regard it and will regard it; and will feel that in this thought of God’s everlasting choice of it lies its true ground of Security and comfort ( Romans 8:28 ; Romans 8:33 ; Romans 8:38-39 )
Joel, Theology of - Some support for the idea of a proclamation to the nations may be found in the reference to those who find Security through the Lord's call (2:32) and the fact that sometimes God is said to extend his call through the work of prophets (Jeremiah 35:15-17 )
Tabernacle - Possibly the multiple coverings over the Holy Place and the Holy of Holies speak of the Security that attends those who live with God
Genesis, Theology of - This is because each of these men must leave his home to face diverse dangers in an alien, hostile world, whereas Isaac stays in the relative Security of his family and the land of his birth throughout his life
Egypt - The Fellahs suffer so much oppression, and are so despised by the Bedaween or wandering Arabs, and by their despotic rulers, that they seldom acquire property, and very rarely enjoy it in Security; yet they are an interesting race, and devotedly attached to their native country and the Nile
Jonah - But Jonah regarded Nineveh's destruction by God's judgment as likely to startle Israel out of its apostate Security, heightened by its prosperity under Jeroboam II
Leo i, the Great - Anatolius had been Dioscorus's representative at Constantinople, and what Security had Leo for his orthodoxy? Moreover, he had simply announced his consecration, without asking for Leo's consent to it. If Leo, presiding in the person of his legates, secures the position of his see, and if the prohibition of maintaining heretical positions ("nec id liceat defendi, quod non liceat credi") gives Security to the faith, there will be no cause of anxiety about the council, but a caution is still needed that the condemnation of Eutyches must not be an excuse for any rehabilitation of Nestorianism ( Ep
Ships And Boats - The vessel had one small boat , which was usually towed behind, but was taken up for greater Security during the storm ( Acts 27:16 )
Nehemiah - His great work was the restoration of the city walls as the first step toward civil government, the revival of the national spirit, and the bringing back of the priests and Levites to reside with a feeling of Security for their persons and for the tithes and offerings
Woman - Their emotional, social, and financial Security was dependent on their marriages
Money - ...
People tend to cling to money, addicted to its false Security
Old Testament in the New Testament, the - Other Old Testament features treated typologically include the temple, Jerusalem (and the associated ideas of worship, Security, and the presence of God), the annual festivals, and kingship
House - All Eastern houses have such chambers, and for Security they are usually placed so as not to have an outside wall, but to open off the kitchen
Devotion - ...
(b) Instances of the exaltation of His soul in the calm sense of Security because of the accord of His will with that of the Father, occur in the impression His fearlessness made at the cleansing of the Temple (Mark 2:18-20, f
the Man Who Cast Seed Into the Round And it Grew up he Knew Not How - So much so, that He startles us with the state of Security, and almost of absolute obliviousness in sleep, that He would have all His ministers to enjoy
Wealth - One's livelihood may not be taken as Security (Deuteronomy 24:6 ), and wages must be paid on time (19:13)
Christianity (History Sketch) - The emperors, who had displayed their zeal and their attachment to the religion of Jesus, by forcing their own subjects to profess it, conceived it to be their duty to communicate so great a blessing to all the nations which they could influence; and when they found it necessary to declare war against the savage tribes which pressed upon the frontiers, or forced themselves within the precincts of the empire, they carried on hostilities with the view of rendering these instrumental no less to the diffusion of their religious tenets, than to the vindication of their authority, and the Security of their dominions
Providence - But take away this hope and this prospect, take away the belief of God and of a superintending providence, and man would be of all creatures the most miserable; destitute of every comfort, every support, under present sufferings, and of every Security against future dangers
Episcopalians - As it has not pleased our almighty Father to prescribe any particular form of civil government for the Security of temporal comforts to his rational creatures, so neither has he prescribed any particular form of ecclesiastical polity as absolutely necessary to the attainment of eternal happiness
Solomon - A more substantial return was the Security which Solomon was able to offer to Phœnician trade with the E [3]7
Rome, Romans - The disposition of Pilate may be advanced as an excuse for their attitude, but in general it cannot be denied that the Jews did not deserve to retain their former liberty, that they were ungrateful to the Romans for the special privileges conferred on them, and that they forgot the advantages which the powerful protection of Rome and the advancement and Security of trade thus accruing brought to them
Zechariah, Theology of - Because some of the local peoples opposed the Jews, the returnees were concerned about their Security
Pentateuch - At times we must sacrifice our need for Security in certainty to God's nature as sovereign mystery
Self-Control - A sense of Security in the remembrance of the Father’s power and purpose is part of the secret of Christ’s complete self-possession in the final crisis (Matthew 26:53)
Blessing (2) - shâlôm, Greek είρἠνη), which has a wide connotation, embracing the notions of Security, safety, prosperity, and felicity
Jonath - But, with such a God as his God was, Jonah had no Security
Persecution - But still there was, in the excommunication rashly pronounced by the pope, merely an exertion of ecclesiastical power, not interfering with the personal Security, with the property, or with the lives of those against whom it was directed; and we may, notwithstanding this slight exception, consider the first three centuries as marked by the candour and the benevolence implied in the charity which judgeth not, and thinketh no evil
Division of the Earth - Whereas in forming several independent governments by a small body of men, the ends of government, and the Security of liberty and property, would be much better attended to, and more firmly established; which, in fact, was really the case; if we may judge of the rest by the constitution of one of the most eminent, the kingdom of Egypt, Genesis 47:15-27
Tabernacle - The two remaining frames are placed at the two western corners, where, so far as can be gathered from the obscure text of 1 Kings 3:24 , the framework is doubled for greater Security
Ezekiel, Theology of - Jeremiah 7:4 implies that the people trusted in the "temple of the Lord" for Security
Forgiveness - Their descendants, however, would possess the promises only on the condition of their obedience to the Law (Mosaic covenant), and, after they had sinned, would be restored to a state of prosperity and Security in the land only on the condition of national repentance (1618395907_1 ; 31:14-32:47 ; Book of Judges 1 Kings 8:33-40,46-51 ; 2 Chronicles 6:24-31,36-39 ; 7:13-16 )
Descent Into Hades - Acts 2:31, that Christ did not remain in Hades; Matthew 12:40, that the period of His sojourn ‘in the heart of the earth’ was ‘three days and three nights’; Ephesians 4:9, that the Crucified who descended is the Ascended Lord; and Luke 23:43, that the penitent thief would be in Security with Christ in the unseen life after death
Jesuits - They taught them to build houses, to cultivate the ground, and to rear tame animals; trained them to arts and manufactures, and brought them to relish the blessings of Security and order
Plagues of Egypt - This terrific and horrible plague compelled Pharaoh to relax; he offered to let the men and their families go; but he wished to keep the flocks and herds as Security for their return; but Moses peremptorily declared, that not a hoof should be left behind
Church - " There was also in this, greater Security afforded both for the continuance of wholesome doctrine, and of godly discipline
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Throughout the Bible almost every sin reaches for things with some intrinsic value, such as Security, knowledge, peace, pleasure, or a good name
Jesus Christ - We see power; but it is power which is rather our Security than our dread; a poser softened with tenderness, and soothing while it awes
Perseverance - Thus in the actual experience of the Christian life a firm belief in the doctrine of perseverance excludes all carnal Security and laxity: it is ever accompanied by a deep sense of the possibility of failure and of the absolute necessity of using the utmost effort in order to win final success
Education in Bible Times - These divine blessings included political autonomy and Security, and agricultural and economic prosperity (Leviticus 26:1-8 )
Amos, Theology of - Amos blasts the advocates of this perverse prosperity gospel for their smug complacency, false sense of Security, and pride (6:1-14; 8:7)
Fortification And Siegecraft - For greater Security against fire these were often overlaid with bronze, the ‘gates of brass’ of Psalms 107:16 , Isaiah 45:2
Holiness - Christ regards this all-sufficient knowledge of God as ‘an ideal region of Security,’ in which His disciples will be safe from harm
Individualism - ...
One feels in reading the Gospels that what is more alien to them than either Individualism or Socialism, is the current amalgam of both, which defends all the Individualism that means personal profit and all the Socialism that means personal Security and dignity, which finds all our Lord’s concessions literal and all His demands figurative
Anger (2) - Peter tempts Jesus to decline the cross—in other words, tries to make Him stumble at the will of the Father; and the indignant vehemence with which he is repelled—‘Get thee behind me, Satan’—shows how real the temptation was, and how a prompt and decisive resentment is the natural Security in such trials
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Some of our ideas have in former times, as hath been shown, subjected our friends to much suffering from government, though to the salutary purposes of government our principles are a Security
Noah - "Warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with reverential (not slavish) fear (eulabetheis , contrasted with the world's sneering disbelief of God's word and self deceiving Security) prepared an ark by faith (which evidenced itself in acting upon God's word as to the things not yet seen) to the saving of his house (for the believer tries to bring 'his house' with him: Acts 16:15; Acts 16:31; Acts 16:33-34; Acts 10:2), by the which he condemned the world (since he believed and was saved, so might they; his salvation showed their condemnation just: John 3:19) and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith
Sexuality, Human - Whereas the former case (Exodus 22:16-17 ) would have been subject to conventional divorce procedure (Deuteronomy 24:1-4 ), an additional provision is made for the woman's economic Security in the latter case: the man can never divorce her, whatever she does (Deuteronomy 22:28-29 )
Logos - His enemies are impotent until the hour willed by Himself has come (John 7:30, John 8:20), and meanwhile He goes about His work in perfect Security (John 11:9)
Palestine - Inaccessibility was their object, for Security; also the treacherous nature of the alluvial sand made the lower position unsafe in times of torrent floods from the hills, whereas the rock afforded a firm foundation (Matthew 7:24-27)
John, the Gospel by - Furthermore, He gives His sheep eternal life, and preserves them as given Him of the Father, on the absolute Security of His own and His Father's hand
Revelation, the - Her Security is in her high wall and gates
Text of the Gospels - The works of many Greek Fathers have been notoriously badly edited, and it is only when we have had personal experience of the editor’s methods that we can feel any Security that full advantage has been taken of the Manuscripts and other evidence available
Sanctification - He has interfered with the property of the god, and is taught by the consequences that a certain attitude and conduct are necessary if he is to continue to live in safety and Security
Law - Such periods necessitate social experiments, for no society can hold together without some basis of permanent Security; no nation could be welded together, least of all a nation in ancient times, without some strong sense of corporate responsibilities and corporate religion
John Epistles of - He reiterates the leading ideas of his teaching, already familiar to his readers, to kindle once more the enthusiasm of their faith and first love, which is growing cold, to guard them from the dangers which threaten, and to give them tests by which they may ‘know’ the Security of their Christian position
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(d) The dissolution of nationalities by Roman conquests prepared men’s minds for a religion which was not national but universal; and it is not impossible, in spite of the horror which the writer of the Apocalypse exhibits towards the worship of the Emperor, that that worship, which was nominally universal, sometimes prepared people for a worship of the Power to which they owed existence, and not merely fitful Security and peace
Polycarp - They wanted to nail him to it; he refused: ‘Leave me as I am,’ he said, ‘for He that bath granted me to endure the fire will grant me also to remain at the pile unmoved, even without the Security which ye seek from the nails’ (xiii
Reformation - He therefore entered with the utmost secrecy and expedition into an alliance with the king of France and several of the German princes, for the Security of the rights and liberties of the empire; after which, assembling a powerful army in 1552, he marched against the emperor, who lay with a handful of troops at Inspruck, and expected no such thing
Cyprianus (1) Thascius Caecilius - Vanity, sentiment, and the sense of Security were still mischievous elements, and Cyprian writes mainly against the extravagant fashions, half Roman, half Tyrian, in which the wealthier sisters appeared
Synods - They amount in number to twenty-six; and, like the rest of the minor class which preceded them, canons are interspersed among their acts which have in view the Security of church property, and the rights, privileges, and powers of the different ranks of the clergy
Egypt - Mineptah, too, was old, but by the fifth year of his reign he was able to boast of peace and Security restored to his country
Mahometanism - Mahomet having provided for the Security of his companions, as well as his own, by the league offensive and defensive which he had now concluded with those of Medina, directed them to repair thither, which they accordingly did; but himself, with Abu Beer and Ali, staid behind, having not yet received the divine permission as he pretended, to leave Mecca