What does Splendor mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
λαμπρῶς splendidly 1
וָגֹ֑בַהּ height 1
בַּֽהֲדָרִי֙ ornament 1
הֲדָרֵֽךְ ornament 1
הֲדָרָ֑הּ ornament 1
וַהֲדַ֖ר ornament 1
הֲ֭דַר ornament 1
זָהָ֣ב gold. 1
וְזִיוֵ֥הּ brightness 1
וְזִוִי֙ brightness 1
יִפְעָתֶֽךָ splendour 1
יִפְעָתֶ֑ךָ splendour 1
יְקָ֔ר price 1
כִּיקַ֣ר valuable 1

Definitions Related to Splendor

H2122


   1 brightness, splendour.
   

H3366


   1 price, value, preciousness, honour, splendour, pomp.
      1a preciousness.
      1b price.
      1c honour, esteem.
      

H1926


   1 ornament, splendour, honour.
      1a ornament.
      1b splendour, majesty.
      1c honour, glory.
      

H3314


   1 splendour, brightness, shining.
   

H2091


   1 gold.
      1a as precious metal.
      1b as a measure of weight.
      1c of brilliance, splendour (fig.
      ).
      

H1363


   1 height, exaltation.
      1a height.
      1b exaltation, grandeur.
      1c haughtiness.
      

H3368


   1 valuable, prized, weighty, precious, rare, splendid.
      1a precious.
         1a1 costly.
         1a2 precious, highly valued.
         1a3 precious stones or jewels.
      1b rare.
      1c glorious, splendid.
      1d weighty, influential.
      

G2988


   1 splendidly, magnificently.
      1a of sumptuous living.
      

Frequency of Splendor (original languages)

Frequency of Splendor (English)

Dictionary

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - o Splendor of God's Glory Bright
Hymn for Lauds on Monday. It was written by Saint Ambrose. About thirty translations are in existence; the English title given above is taken from the Yattendon Hymnal.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of OT Words - Splendor
Hôd (הוֹד, Strong's #1935), “splendor; majesty; authority.” A possible cognate of this word appears in Arabic. All but 4 of its 24 biblical appearances occur in poetry. The basic significance of “splendor and majesty” with overtones of superior power and position is attested in the application of this word to kings: “Therefore thus saith the Lord concerning Jehoiakim the son of Josiah king of Judah; They shall not lament for him, saying, Ah my brother! or, Ah sister! they shall not lament for him, saying, Ah lord! or, Ah his glory!” (Jer. 22:18). This concept is equally prominent when the word is used of God: “Fair weather cometh out of the north: with God is terrible majesty” (Job 37:22).
In many cases hôd focuses on “dignity and splendor” with overtones of superior power and position but not to the degree seen in oriental kings: “And thou shalt put some of thine honor upon him, that all the congregation of the children of Israel may be obedient” (Num. 27:20— the first occurrence of the word). When used of the olive tree (Hos. 14:6), hôd focuses on its “splendor and dignity” as the most desired and desirable of the trees (cf. Judg. 9:9-15). The proud carriage of a war horse and seeming bravery in the face of battle lead God to say “The glory of his nostrils is terrible” (Job 39:20). In every use of the word the one so described evokes a sense of amazement and satisfaction in the mind of the beholder.
1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Splendor Paterne Glorie
Hymn for Lauds on Monday. It was written by Saint Ambrose. About thirty translations are in existence; the English title given above is taken from the Yattendon Hymnal.

Sentence search

Claritude - ) Clearness; Splendor
Clarity - ) Clearness; brightness; Splendor
Brilliantness - ) Brilliancy; Splendor; glitter
Fulgidity - ) Splendor; resplendence; effulgence
Fulgor - ) Dazzling brightness; Splendor
Fulgency - ) Brightness; Splendor; glitter; effulgence
Radiantly - ) In a radiant manner; with glittering Splendor
Pageantry - ) Scenic shows or spectacles, taken collectively; spectacular quality; Splendor
Orientness - ) The quality or state of being orient or bright; Splendor
Magnificence - 1: μεγαλειότης (Strong's #3168 — Noun Feminine — megaleiotes — meg-al-i-ot'-ace ) denotes "splendor, magnificence" (from megaleios, "magnificent," might," Acts 2:11 , megas, "great"), translated "magnificence" in Acts 19:27 , of the Splendor of the goddess Diana
Resplendency - ) The quality or state of being resplendent; brilliant luster; vivid brightness; Splendor
Outshine - ) To excel in Splendor
Zereth - (zee' rehssh) Personal name perhaps meaning, “splendor
Outmantle - ) To excel in mantling; hence, to excel in Splendor, as of dress
Shi'za - (splendor ), a Reubenite, father of Adina, ( 1 Chronicles 11:42 ) one of David's warriors
Naggai - (nayg' gi) Personal name perhaps meaning, “splendor of the sun
Hod - (splendor ), one of the sons of Zophah, among the descendants of Asher
Brillancy - ) The quality of being brilliant; Splendor; glitter; great brightness, whether in a literal or figurative sense
Effulgence - ) The state of being effulgent; extreme brilliancy; a flood of light; great luster or brightness; Splendor
ze'Reth - (splendor ), son of Ashur, the founder of Tekoa, by his wife Helah
Hod - “splendor”); the fifth of the seven Divine middot, or attributes, and of their corresponding mortal middot, or spiritual emotions...
Shi'Nab - (splendor of the father , i
Brightness - ) The quality or state of being bright; Splendor; luster; brilliancy; clearness
Sheen - ) Brightness; Splendor; glitter
za'Reth-Sha'Har - (splendor of the dawn ), a place mentioned only in ( Joshua 13:19 ) in the catalogue of the towns allotted to Reuben
She'Thar-Boz'na-i - star of Splendor ), a Persian officer of rank in the reign of Darius Hystaspes
Brightness - Splendor luster glitter
Randeur - ) The state or quality of being grand; vastness; greatness; Splendor; magnificence; stateliness; sublimity; dignity; elevation of thought or expression; nobility of action
Lights - Used in Christian ceremonial not only from necessity but also to signify joy, Splendor, etc
Serah - (ssee' ruh) Personal name meaning, “progress, develop, overflow” or “splendor, pride
Magnificence - Grandeur of appearance greatness and Splendor of show or state as the magnificence of a palace or of a procession the magnificence of a Roman triumph
Pomp - ) A procession distinguished by ostentation and Splendor; a pageant
Amethyst - Exodus 28:19 (c) This beautiful stone may be a type of the royalty and the regal Splendor of those who belong to GOD
Magnificent - ) Grand in appearance; exhibiting grandeur or Splendor; splendid' pompous
Randiose - ) Characterized by affectation of grandeur or Splendor; flaunting; turgid; bombastic; - in a bad sense; as, a grandiose style
Splendor - Hôd (הוֹד, Strong's #1935), “splendor; majesty; authority. The basic significance of “splendor and majesty” with overtones of superior power and position is attested in the application of this word to kings: “Therefore thus saith the Lord concerning Jehoiakim the son of Josiah king of Judah; They shall not lament for him, saying, Ah my brother! or, Ah sister! they shall not lament for him, saying, Ah lord! or, Ah his glory!” ( Splendor” with overtones of superior power and position but not to the degree seen in oriental kings: “And thou shalt put some of thine honor upon him, that all the congregation of the children of Israel may be obedient” ( Bravery - ) Splendor; magnificence; showy appearance; ostentation; fine dress
Kenath - A city of Gilead, in the tribe of Manasseh; captured by Nobah, Numbers 32:42; a place of Splendor and importance under Rome; a Christian bishop's see; 20 miles from Bostra; now called Kunawat
Glory - Glory, then, is brightness, Splendor. Brightness luster Splendor. 2 Peter 1 ...
In this passage of Peter, the latter word glory refers to the visible Splendor or bright cloud that overshadowed Christ at his transfiguration. Splendor magnificence
Extinguish - ) To obscure; to eclipse, as by superior Splendor
Allantry - ) Splendor of appearance; ostentatious finery
Kochot hanefesh - The seven emotional attributes: chessed (kindness, giving), gevurah (severity, withholding), tiferet (beauty, mercy), netzach (victory, prevailing), hod (splendor, acknowledgment), yesod (foundation), and malchut (royalty)...
Shine - ) To be effulgent in Splendor or beauty. ) To emit rays of light; to give light; to beam with steady radiance; to exhibit brightness or Splendor; as, the sun shines by day; the moon shines by night
Glitter - Brightness brilliancy Splendor luster as the glitter of arms the glitter of royal equipage the glitter of dress
Glorious - Illustrious of exalted excellence and Splendor resplendent in majesty and divine attributes applied to God
Goliath - Goliath (go-lî'ath), Splendor
Zereth-Shahar - (zee' rehth-sshay' hahr) Place name meaning, “splendor of the dawn
Hosea - was ruler, and Israel was at the height of its Splendor
Meph'a-Ath - (splendor height ), city of the Reubenites, one of the towns independently an Heshhon, ( Joshua 13:18 ) lying in the district of the Mishor comp
Leam - ) Brightness; Splendor
Leam - ) Brightness; Splendor
Antipatris - Its ancient Splendor has passed away; it is now marked by the ruins called Ras-el Ain
Bahai - ) A member of the sect of the Babis consisting of the adherents of Baha (Mirza Husain Ali, entitled "Baha 'u 'llah," or, "the Splendor of God"), the elder half brother of Mirza Yahya of Nur, who succeeded the Bab as the head of the Babists
Hose'a - Jeroboam II was on the throne, and Israel was at the height of its earthly Splendor
Bravery - Splendor magnificence showy appearance
Day Star - Isaiah 14:12 compares the Splendor of the Babylonian king to the Day Star
Abihail - ("father of Splendor"
Adrammelech - Adrammelech (a-drăm'me-lĕk), Splendor of the king, or fire king
Haroun-al-Raschid, Caliph of Baghdad - Under him the Eastern Caliphate attained the height of its Splendor with Baghdad as the center of learning and culture, and extended from the Jaxartes and Indus to Gibraltar
Brighten - ) To make illustrious, or more distinguished; to add luster or Splendor to
Car - ) A chariot of war or of triumph; a vehicle of Splendor, dignity, or solemnity
Adrammelech - The idol of the Sepharvite colonists of Samaria planted by Assyria (2 Kings 17:31); means "burning Splendor of the king" (compare Molech)
Clearness - It generally expresses less than brightness or Splendor
Extinguish - To cloud or obscure by superior Splendor
lu'Cifer - In this passage it is a symbolical representation of the king of Babylon in his Splendor and in his fall
Pavilion, - " ...
Shaphrur and shaphrir , a word used once only, in ( Jeremiah 49:10 ) to signify glory or Splendor, and hence probably to be understood of the splendid covering of the royal throne
Habakkuk - Bishop Lowth says, "This anthem is unequalled in majesty and Splendor of language and imagery
Adram'Melech - (splendor of the king )
Hierapolis - The city is now desolate, but its ruins still exhibit many traces of its ancient Splendor
Saints: What They Should be - Mark, in Venice: a marvelous building, lustrous with an Oriental Splendor far beyond description: there are pillars said to have been brought from Solomon's Temple; these are of alabaster, a substance firm and durable as granite, and yet transparent, so that the light glows through them
Integrity - The moral grandeur of independent integrity is the sublimest thing in nature, before which the pomp of eastern magnificence and the Splendor of conquest are odious as well as perishable
Meridian - ) Pertaining to the highest point or culmination; as, meridian Splendor
Crystal - Possibly there the verb has a transitive force, "to transform into crystal Splendor," as of the effect of Christ upon His saints
Dancing - It has been employed often in religious functions, as in places in Spain today, to add Splendor to the ceremonial
Bright - ) Splendor; brightness
Belfry - Towns rivaled each other in the Splendor of their belfries, which were considered symbols of power
Goli'Ath - (splendor ), a famous giant of Gath, who "morning and evening for forty days" defied the armies of Israel
Glory - , praise, admiration; honor, celestial honor, Splendor, or brightness
Lory - ) That quality in a person or thing which secures general praise or honor; that which brings or gives renown; an object of pride or boast; the occasion of praise; excellency; brilliancy; Splendor
Lory - ) That quality in a person or thing which secures general praise or honor; that which brings or gives renown; an object of pride or boast; the occasion of praise; excellency; brilliancy; Splendor
Precious - ...
Yeqâr (יְקָר, Strong's #3366), “precious thing; value; price; Splendor; honor. 11:13), “splendor” ( Solomon - Solomon was celebrated for his wealth, Splendor, and wisdom. Jerusalem, the capital of his vast dominions, became renowned for wealth and Splendor
Majesty - Psalms 29 ...
It is applied to the dignity, pomp and Splendor of earthly princes
Durham Rite - The services were conducted with Splendor and solemnity
Gold - Κethem , figuratively (Job 37:22 margin) "golden Splendor"; but Maurer literally, "gold is to be found in northern regions, but God cannot, be found out because of His majesty" (compare Job 28)
Rite, Durham - The services were conducted with Splendor and solemnity
Per'Gamos - The sumptuousness of the Attalic princes hall raised Pergamos to the rank of the first city in Asia as regards Splendor
Heifer - The heifer was used as a symbol for the Splendor of Egypt (Jeremiah 46:20 ) and of Babylon (Jeremiah 50:11 )
Radiant - ) Especially, emitting or darting rays of light or heat; issuing in beams or rays; beaming with brightness; emitting a vivid light or Splendor; as, the radiant sun
Dove - , so that it even symbolizes the Holy Spirit, the meekness, purity, and Splendor of righteousness
Honor - ...
Kâbôd (כָּבֹד, Strong's #3519), “honor; glory; great quantity; multitude; wealth; reputation [1]; Splendor. Trees, forests, and wooded hills have an imposing quality, a richness or “splendor. ...
Hâdâr (הָדָר, Strong's #1926), “honor; Splendor. ...
First, hâdâr refers to “splendor” in nature: “And ye shall take you on the first day the boughs of goodly trees [8] …” ( Splendor” in Himself. ...
The noun hâdârah means “majesty; Splendor; exaltation; adornment
Death: Its Revealing Power - Who shall go to that disrobing-room with the greatest tremor? Why, those who feel that the splendid character they once wore will give place to beggary and meanness; when for robes they shall have rags; for riches poverty; for honor, shame; and for regal Splendor, hissing and reproach
Lance - ) A sudden flash of light or Splendor
Lance - ) A sudden flash of light or Splendor
Venus - In astronomy, one of the inferior planets, whose orbit is between the earth and Mercury a star of brilliant Splendor
Veil - For Paul, Moses' practice illustrated the superiority of the new covenant: Christians see the abiding Splendor of the era of the Spirit and God-given righteousness; Israel saw the fading Splendor of the era of death reflected in Moses' face (2 Corinthians 3:7-11 )
Divinity - But in the second passage ( Colossians 2:9 ), Paul is declaring that in the Son there dwells all the fullness of absolute Godhead; they were no mere rays of Divine glory which gilded Him, lighting up His Person for a season and with a Splendor not His own; but He was, and is, absolute and perfect God; and the Apostle uses theotes to express this essential and personal Godhead of the Son" (Trench, Syn
Hugh the Great, Saint - He imparted the utmost solemnity and Splendor to the liturgical services in his abbey and his ordinance regarding the singing of the Veni Creator at Terce on Pentecost has since become universal in the Church
Great, Hugh the, Saint - He imparted the utmost solemnity and Splendor to the liturgical services in his abbey and his ordinance regarding the singing of the Veni Creator at Terce on Pentecost has since become universal in the Church
Pearls - Their modest Splendor still charms the Orientals, and a string of pearls is a favorite decoration of eastern monarchs
Noph - Memphis retained much of its Splendor till it was conquered by the Arabians in the eighteenth or nineteenth year of the Hegira, A
Form - Beauty elegance Splendor dignity
Caesarea - It was anciently a small place, called the Tower of Strato, but was rebuilt with great Splendor, and strongly fortified by Herod the Great, who formed a harbor by constructing a vast breakwater, adorned the city with many stately buildings, and named it Caesarea, in honor of Augustus
Crown - (Esther 2:17 ) The head-dress of bridegrooms, (Ezekiel 24:17 ; Isaiah 61:10 ) Baruch 5:2 , and of women, (Isaiah 3:20 ) a head-dress of great Splendor, (Isaiah 28:5 ) a wreath of flowers, (Proverbs 1:9 ; 4:9 ) denote crowns
Architecture, Byzantine - Oriental love of Splendor found expression in the decoration of floor and walls with richly colored marbles and mosaics; but sculpture was devoid of high relief and the exterior was usually of plain brick
Antonia, Tower of - ...
Josephus describes the Splendor of the tower with spacious apartments, elaborate baths, and beautiful courtyards
Architecture - Of the original Splendor of these great works no doubt can be entertained; but of their style and appearance we can only conjecture that they were formed on Greek and Roman models
Flash - To break forth, as a sudden flood of light to burst or open instantly on the sight, as Splendor
Might - Strength of light Splendor effulgence
Fire - ) Splendor; brilliancy; luster; hence, a star
Epistle to the Hebrews - It was addressed to a Church whose members were almost entirely converts from Judaism, who were subject to persecutions, and for whom the Splendor of the Temple and the pomp of its services were a constant danger; all of which shows that the Christians of Jerusalem were the recipients of this epistle
Star - The beauty and Splendor that men observed in the stars; the great advantages they derived from them; the wonderful order apparent in their return, in the production and preservation of animals, fruits, plants, and minerals, have induced almost all heathen nations to impute to them life, knowledge, power, and to pay them a sovereign worship and adoration
Hebrews, Epistle to the - It was addressed to a Church whose members were almost entirely converts from Judaism, who were subject to persecutions, and for whom the Splendor of the Temple and the pomp of its services were a constant danger; all of which shows that the Christians of Jerusalem were the recipients of this epistle
Fare, Farewell - , "living in mirth and Splendor")
Boldness (Holy): Congruous With the Gospel - ' Very well,' said the Englishmen,' we will dispense with the luxury; but tell his Celestial Splendor, that it is very likely that his Serenity will hear our cannon at his palace gates before long, and that their booming is not quite so harmless as the cooing of his Sublimity's doves
Crown - Honor Splendor dignity
Diana - 356, it was burned down by one Herostratus, in order to immortalize his name, but was afterwards rebuilt with even greater Splendor
Kingdom of Heaven - The Jews, overlooking the spiritual import of this language, expected the Messiah to appear as a temporal king, exercising power over his enemies, restoring the throne of David to all its Splendor, subduing the nations, and rewarding his friends and faithful servants in proportion to their fidelity and services
Thebes - populous No), a chief cite of ancient Egypt, long the capital of the upper country, and the seat of the Diospolitan dynasties, that ruled over all Egypt at the era of its highest Splendor. --The monuments of Thebes are the most reliable witnesses for the ancient Splendor of the city
Corinth - It was afterwards restored by Julius Caesar, who planted in it a Roman colony; but though it soon regained its ancient Splendor, it also relapsed into all its former dissipation and licentiousness
Foundation - The Splendor of the new Jerusalem is pictured in its foundation of precious stones (Isaiah 54:11 ; Revelation 21:19 )
Gentiles - The theocracy shall be restored with unparalleled Splendor at the coming of Him "whose right it is" (Ezekiel 21:27)
Flourish - Beauty showy Splendor
Figure - ) Distinguished appearance; magnificence; conspicuous representation; Splendor; show
Noble - The word, therefore, has two implications: might and Splendor
Ath'Ens - 560-514) that the city began to assume any degree of Splendor. The Acropolis was the centre of the architectural Splendor of Athens
Figure - Magnificence Splendor as, to live in figure and indulgence
Exaltation - After the death of David, the Lord highly exalted Solomon and gave him unparalleled Splendor as the head of a powerful empire (1 Chronicles 29:25 ). The arrogance of Israel's leaders and of other nations is directly contrasted to the Splendor of God's majesty "when he rises to shake the earth" (Isaiah 2:19,21 )
Alexandria - ...
Upon the death of Alexander, whose body was deposited in this new city, Alexandria became the regal capital of Egypt, under the Ptolemies, and rose to its highest Splendor
Fire - Light luster Splendor
Crown - The mitsnepheth or linen tiara of the high priest was preeminent in Splendor (Leviticus 8:9)
Beauty - God is described in undeniable Splendor
Luke, Gospel of, - Reason, beauty righteousness and truth are exhibited as they meet in Jesus in their full Splendor
Judges - They were protectors of the laws, defenders of religion, and avengers of crimes, particularly of idolatry; they were without salary, pomp, or Splendor; and without guards, train, or equipage, other than that their own wealth afforded
Litany of the Holy Name of Jesus - ...
Jesus, Splendor of the Father, have mercy on us
Litany of the Holy Name - ...
Jesus, Splendor of the Father, have mercy on us
Dove - ...
The change from the Egyptian bondage amidst the face blackening potteries to the freedom and beauty of Israel's theocratic state is expressed in Psalms 68:13-14, "though ye have lien (lain) among the pots yet shall ye be as the wings of a dove covered with silver, and her feathers with yellow gold," the dove's outspread wings reflecting a golden or silver Splendor according to the direction in which the sunshine falls on them, typifying the dovelike spirit of joy and peace beaming forth from the believer, once darkness, but now light in the Lord
Holy Name, Litany of the - ...
Jesus, Splendor of the Father, have mercy on us
Painting, Religious - Characterized by rigidity and Splendor, it felt, for a time, the restraining influence of the Iconoclasts (725-880), determined to do away with pictorial or sculptured representation of sacred subjects, but the opposition of the Church to their narrow doctrines brought a rebirth to painting in the 9th century
Babylon - ...
Under Nebuchadnezzar, Babylon reached the summit of her greatness and Splendor
Religious Painting - Characterized by rigidity and Splendor, it felt, for a time, the restraining influence of the Iconoclasts (725-880), determined to do away with pictorial or sculptured representation of sacred subjects, but the opposition of the Church to their narrow doctrines brought a rebirth to painting in the 9th century
Haggai - Besides Messiah is "all desires," containing collectively all desirable things in Himself such as they missed in the present temple, Splendor, riches, etc
Nineveh - , the period of the foundation of Rome, it was taken by the Medes under Arbaces; and nearly a century and a half later, according to the predictions of Nahum, Nahum 1:1-3:19 , and Zephaniah 2:13 , it was a second time taken by Cyaraxes and Nabopolassar; after which it no more recovered its former Splendor
Sela - The ruins of this place were in modern times first visited by Burckhardt, 1812, and attest the Splendor of the ancient city
Temple - From these dimensions we gather that if the priests and Levites and elders of families were disconsolate at seeing how much more sumptuous the old temple was than the one which on account of their poverty they had hardly been able to erect, ( Ezra 3:12 ) it certainly was not because it was smaller; but it may have been that the carving and the gold and the other ornaments of Solomon's temple far surpassed this, and the pillars of the portico and the veils may all have been far more splendid; so also probably were the vessels and all this is what a Jew would mourn over far more than mere architectural Splendor. It was the lavish display of the precious metals, the elaboration of carved ornament, and the beauty of the textile fabrics, which made up their Splendor and rendered them so precious in the eyes of the people. ) The temple or holy "house" itself was in dimensions and arrangement very similar to that of Solomon, or rather that of Zerubbabel --more like the latter; but this was surrounded by an inner enclosure of great strength and magnificence, measuring as nearly as can be made out 180 cubits by 240, and adorned by porches and ten gateways of great magnificence; and beyond this again was an outer enclosure measuring externally 400 cubits each way, which was adorned with porticos of greater Splendor than any we know of as attached to any temple of the ancient world
Song of Solomon - In these poems love is portrayed in its power and Splendor, its freshness and devotion to the beloved
Haggai - He promised that God would bring treasures from other nations to make the Splendor of the new Temple even greater than the former one (Haggai 2:6-9 )
Egypt - But in winter, nature puts on all her Splendor. The atmosphere has a Splendor which the eye can scarcely bear, and a burning sun, whose glow is tempered by no shade, scorches through the whole day these vast and unprotected plains
Image of God - This glorious biblical vision of a time when creatures will fully reflect the Creator's Splendor ought to provide strong encouragement to Christians who presently reflect God's likeness in an imperfect yet improving manner
Cast - To communicate to spread over as, to cast a luster upon posterity to cast Splendor upon actions, or light upon a subject
Clothing, Cloths, Clothes, Cloke, Coat - " It was used of the clothing of ancient prophets, in token of their contempt of earthly Splendor, 1 Kings 19:13 ; 2 Kings 1:8 , RV; Zechariah 13:4
Nebuchadnezzar - ...
During the reign of Nebuchadnezzar, the city of Babylon and the kingdom of Babylonia attained their highest pitch of Splendor
Ptolemae'us, - But externally his kingdom retained its power and Splendor and when circumstances forced him to action
Cloud, Cloud of the Lord - ...
In a negative sense, clouds are used to symbolize prideful self-exaltation (of the wicked, Job 20:6 ; of Satan, Isaiah 14:14 ); misery or gloom (at the day of Job's birth, Job 3:5 ; at the day of the Lord, Isaiah 60:2 ; Jeremiah 13:16 ; Ezekiel 30:3 ; 34:12 ; Joel 2:2 ; Zephaniah 1:15 ); pervasiveness (of enemy invasion, Ezekiel 38:9,16 ); transitoriness (of Job's prosperity and life, Job 7:9 ; 30:15 ; of Israel's love and life, Hosea 6:4 ; 13:3 ); futile, idle activity (Ecclesiastes 11:4 ); dimness (of eyesight in old age, Ecclesiastes 12:2 ; of a nation's Splendor following divine judgment, Lamentations 2:1 ; Ezekiel 30:18 ); swiftness (of divine judgment, Jeremiah 4:13 ); and covering or concealing (of divine mercy in judgment, Lamentations 3:44 )
Temple - It required seven and one-half years to complete it in all its Splendor, the glory of Jerusalem, and the most magnificent edifice in the world, b
Babylon - , reported that its Splendor surpassed any city of the known world
da'Vid - Underneath the Splendor of his last glorious campaign against the Ammonites was a dark story, known probably at that time only to a very few --the double crime of adultery with Bath-sheba and the virtual murder of Uriah
King, Christ as - ...
The Kingdom of God (Heaven) The devil tempted Jesus by taking him to a high mountain and showing him all the kingdoms of the world and their Splendor
Jerusalem - Its value was no longer dependent on its physical Splendor
Babylon, History And Religion of - , could still remark that “it surpasses in Splendor any city of the known world
Destroy, Destruction - He asked, "Does it make you a king to have more and more cedar?" Prophetically he lamented, "Alas, his Splendor" (Jeremiah 22:14-18 )
Resurrection - Baruch ask God the questions, "In which shape will the living live in your day? Or how will remain their Splendor which will be after that? Will they, perhaps, take again this present form, and will they put on the chained members which are in evil and by which evils are accomplished?" (2Bar 49:2-3)
Temple - ...
The temple of Solomon retained its pristine Splendor but thirtythree years, when it was plundered by Shishak king of Egypt, 1 Kings 14:25,26 2 Chronicles 12:9
Jerusalem - , who did much to restore it to its former Splendor
Christ, Christology - Of Solomon, the Chronicler remarks, "The Lord highly exalted Solomon in the sight of all Israel and bestowed on him royal Splendor such as no king over Israel ever had before" (Isaiah 49:5-7 )
Deuteronomy, Theology of - ...
As the God who transcends history, Yahweh also reveals himself in the awe-inspiring Splendor of theophany
Eternal Life, Eternality, Everlasting Life - "Eternal" describes God himself, the King in his regal Splendor who is at the same time "immortal, invisible, " and unique (1 Timothy 1:17 )
Herod - For this end Herod adorned gorgeously the temple with more than Solomonic Splendor
Second Coming of Christ - But the Lord Jesus will destroy the evil power "by the Splendor of his coming" (2 Thessalonians 2:3-12 )
Work - This poetic climax, as well as God's survey of his completed creation (1:31), captures something of the ecstatic joy in the Creator's mind evoked by the Splendor of his work
Covenant - The whole ceremony ended with Yahweh displaying himself in his majesty, Splendor, grandeur, and awesomeness as a consuming fire (24:17)
Messiah - To reconcile the prophecies concerning the Messiah that seemed to be contradictory, some have had recourse to a twofold Messiah; one in a state of poverty and suffering, the other of Splendor and glory
Archaeology And Biblical Study - Woolley found tombs whose Splendor rival that of King Tut in Egypt