What does Train mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
γύμναζε to exercise naked (in a palaestra or school of athletics). / to exercise vigorously 1
σωφρονίζωσιν restore one to his senses. / to moderate 1
חֲנֹ֣ךְ to train 1
וְשׁוּלָ֖יו skirt (of robe). 1

Definitions Related to Train

H7757


   1 skirt (of robe).
      1a of high priest’s robe.
      1b of God’s Train, city as woman, ignominy, defilement (fig).
      

H2596


   1 to Train, dedicate, inaugurate.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to Train, Train up.
         1a2 to dedicate.
         

G4994


   1 restore one to his senses.
   2 to moderate, control, curb, disciple.
   3 to hold one to his duty.
   4 to admonish, to exhort earnestly.
   

G1128


   1 to exercise naked (in a palaestra or school of athletics).
   2 to exercise vigorously, in any way, either the body or the mind.
   

Frequency of Train (original languages)

Frequency of Train (English)

Dictionary

Webster's Dictionary - Corridor Train
A train whose coaches are connected so as to have through its entire length a continuous corridor, into which the compartments open.
Holman Bible Dictionary - Train
KJV used train to refer to the part of a robe that trails behind the wearer (Isaiah 6:1 ).
Webster's Dictionary - Battering Train
A train of artillery for siege operations.
Webster's Dictionary - Express Train
Formerly, a railroad train run expressly for the occasion; a special train; now, a train run at express or special speed and making few stops.
Webster's Dictionary - Train Oil
Oil procured from the blubber or fat of whales, by boiling.
Webster's Dictionary - Vestibuled Train
Same as Vestibule train, under Vestibule.
Webster's Dictionary - up-Train
(1):
A train going in the direction conventionally called up.
(2):
A train going in the direction of the metropolis or the main terminus.
King James Dictionary - Train
TRAIN, L. traho, to draw?
1. To draw along. In hollow cube he train'd
His devilish enginery.
2. Top draw to entice to allure. If but twelve French
Were there in arms, they would be as a call
To train ten thousand English to their side.
3. To draw by artifice or stratagem. O train me not, sweet mermaid,with thy note.
4. To draw from act to act by persuasion or promise. We did train him on.
5. To exercise to discipline to teach and form by practice as, to train the militia to the manual exercise to train soldiers to the use of arms and to tactics. Abram armed his trained servants. Genesis 14 The warrior horse here bred he's taught to train.
6. To break, tame and accustom to draw as oxen. 7. In gardening, to lead or direct and form to a wall or espalier to form to a proper shape by growth, lopping or pruning as, to train young trees. 8. In mining, to trace a lode or any mineral appearance to its head. To train or train up, to educate to teach to form by instruction or practice to bring up.
Train up a child in the way he should go,and when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22
The first christians were, by great hardships, trained
up for glory.
TRAIN, n. Artifice stratagem of enticement.
Now to my charms,
And to my wily trains.
1. Something drawn along behind, the end of a gown, &c. as the train of a gown or robe. 2. The tail of a fowl. The train steers their flight, and turns their bodies, like the rudder of a ship.
3. A retinue a number of followers or attendants. My train are men of choice and rarest parts.
The king s daughter with a lovely train.
4. A series a consecution or succession of connected things. Rivers now stream and draw their humid train.
Other truths require a train of ideas placed in order.
--The train of ills our love would draw behind it.
5. Process regular method course. Things are now in a train for settlement. If things were once in this train--our duty would take root in our nature.
6. A company in order a procession. Fairest of stars, last in the train of night.
7. The number of beats which a watch makes in any certain time. 8. A line of gunpowder, laid to lead fire to a charge, or to a quantity intended for execution. Train of artillery, any number of cannon and mortars accompanying an army.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Train
* For TRAIN, Titus 2:4 , RV, see SOBER , B, No. 3

Sentence search

Train - Train, L. In hollow cube he Train'd ...
His devilish enginery. If but twelve French ...
Were there in arms, they would be as a call ...
To Train ten thousand English to their side. O Train me not, sweet mermaid,with thy note. We did Train him on. To exercise to discipline to teach and form by practice as, to Train the militia to the manual exercise to Train soldiers to the use of arms and to tactics. Abram armed his Trained servants. Genesis 14 The warrior horse here bred he's taught to Train. In gardening, to lead or direct and form to a wall or espalier to form to a proper shape by growth, lopping or pruning as, to Train young trees. To Train or Train up, to educate to teach to form by instruction or practice to bring up. ...
Train up a child in the way he should go,and when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22 ...
The first christians were, by great hardships, Trained ...
up for glory. ...
Train, n. ...
Now to my charms, ...
And to my wily Trains. as the Train of a gown or robe. The Train steers their flight, and turns their bodies, like the rudder of a ship. My Train are men of choice and rarest parts. ...
The king s daughter with a lovely Train. Rivers now stream and draw their humid Train. ...
Other truths require a Train of ideas placed in order. ...
--The Train of ills our love would draw behind it. Things are now in a Train for settlement. If things were once in this Train--our duty would take root in our nature. Fairest of stars, last in the Train of night. Train of artillery, any number of cannon and mortars accompanying an army
Express Train - Formerly, a railroad Train run expressly for the occasion; a special Train; now, a Train run at express or special speed and making few stops
up-Train - (1):...
A Train going in the direction conventionally called up. ...
(2):...
A Train going in the direction of the metropolis or the main terminus
Parakite - ) A Train or series of kites on one string and flying tandem, used for attaining great heights and for sending up instruments for meteorological observations or a man for military reconnoissance; also, a kite of such a Train
Block System - A system by which the track is divided into short sections, as of three or four miles, and Trains are so run by the guidance of electric, or combined electric and pneumatic, signals that no Train enters a section or block until the preceding Train has left it, as in absolute blocking, or that a Train may be allowed to follow another into a block as long as it proceeds with excessive caution, as in permissive blocking
Entrain - ) To draw along as a current does; as, water entrained by steam. ) To put aboard a railway Train; as, to entrain a regiment. ) To go aboard a railway Train; as, the troops entrained at the station
Trainy - ) Belonging to Train oil
Trained - ) of Train...
Mistrain - ) To Train amiss
Detector Bar - A bar, connected with a switch, longer than the distance between any two consecutive wheels of a Train (45 to 50 feet), laid inside a rail and operated by the wheels so that the switch cannot be thrown until all the Train is past the switch
Vestibuled Train - Same as Vestibule Train, under Vestibule
Cortege - ) A Train of attendants; a procession
Battering Train - A Train of artillery for siege operations
Uptrain - ) To Train up; to educate
Tortuous - ) Bent in different directions; wreathed; twisted; winding; as, a tortuous Train; a tortuous Train; a tortuous leaf or corolla
Agminal - ) Pertaining to an army marching, or to a Train
Trainbearer - ) One who holds up a Train, as of a robe
Misnurture - ) To nurture or Train wrongly; as, to misnurture children
Train - * For Train, Titus 2:4 , RV, see SOBER , B, No
Foreskirt - ) The front skirt of a garment, in distinction from the Train
Detrain - ) To alight, or to cause to alight, from a railway Train
Meiny - ; household; retinue; Train
Cafileh - ) A caravan of travelers; a military supply Train or government caravan; a string of pack horses
Local - ) A Train which receives and deposits passengers or freight along the line of the road; a Train for the accommodation of a certain district
Train - KJV used Train to refer to the part of a robe that trails behind the wearer (Isaiah 6:1 )
Bolis - ) A meteor or brilliant shooting star, followed by a Train of light or sparks; esp
Magna, Cappa - It has a long Train, requiring a Train-bearer, and a large hood, of fur in winter and of silk in summer
Cappa Magna - It has a long Train, requiring a Train-bearer, and a large hood, of fur in winter and of silk in summer
Retinue - NAS, REB, NRSV, REB term for the attendants of the queen of Sheba (1 Kings 10:2 ; KJV, Train; NIV, caravan)
Corridor Train - A Train whose coaches are connected so as to have through its entire length a continuous corridor, into which the compartments open
Drawrod - ) A rod which unites the drawgear at opposite ends of the car, and bears the pull required to draw the Train
Crinite - ) Having the appearance of a tuft of hair; having a hairlike tail or Train
Passenger - ) A traveler by some established conveyance, as a coach, steamboat, railroad Train, etc
Training - ) The act of one who Trains; the act or process of exercising, disciplining, etc. ) of Train...
up-Line - ) A line or track leading from the provinces toward the metropolis or a principal terminus; the track upon which up-trains run. See Up-train
Melancholia - ) A kind of mental unsoundness characterized by extreme depression of spirits, ill-grounded fears, delusions, and brooding over one particular subject or Train of ideas
Monomania - ) Derangement of the mind in regard of a single subject only; also, such a concentration of interest upon one particular subject or Train of ideas to show mental derangement
Revery - ) A loose or irregular Train of thought occurring in musing or mediation; deep musing; daydream
Matross - ) Formerly, in the British service, a gunner or a gunner's mate; one of the soldiers in a Train of artillery, who assisted the gunners in loading, firing, and sponging the guns
Shoad - ) A Train of vein material mixed with rubbish; fragments of ore which have become separated by the action of water or the weather, and serve to direct in the discovery of mines
Irish Colleges on the Continent - Founded to Train secular clergy, during the religious persecution of Elizabeth and James I
Scholium - ) A remark or observation subjoined to a demonstration or a Train of reasoning
Thinking - ) Having the faculty of thought; cogitative; capable of a regular Train of ideas; as, man is a thinking being
Time - It may be illustrated by the time of the departure of the Train. If the Train leaves at 9:00 o'clock, then there is no more time to get on board
Procession - ) That which is moving onward in an orderly, stately, or solemn manner; a Train of persons advancing in order; a ceremonious Train; a retinue; as, a procession of mourners; the Lord Mayor's procession
Wild-Cat - ) Running without control; running along the line without a Train; as, a wild-cat locomotive
Thinking - Having the faculty of thought cogitative capable of a regular Train of ideas
Highway - Course road Train of action
Coming - ) Approach; advent; manifestation; as, the coming of the Train
Menial - ) Belonging to a retinue or Train of servants; performing servile office; serving
Caravan - A company of travelers (usually merchants) on a journey through desert or hostile regions with a Train of pack animals (see Genesis 37:25 ; Judges 5:6 ; 1 Kings 10:2 ; Job 6:18-19 ; Isaiah 21:13 )
Cohere - ) To be united or connected together in subordination to one purpose; to follow naturally and logically, as the parts of a discourse, or as arguments in a Train of reasoning; to be logically consistent
Exrerience - ) To exercise; to Train by practice
Escapement - ) The contrivance in a timepiece which connects the Train of wheel work with the pendulum or balance, giving to the latter the impulse by which it is kept in vibration; - so called because it allows a tooth to escape from a pallet at each vibration
Directly - Openly expressly, without circumlocution or ambiguity, or without a Train or inferences
Coupling - ) A device or contrivance which serves to couple or connect adjacent parts or objects; as, a belt coupling, which connects the ends of a belt; a car coupling, which connects the cars in a Train; a shaft coupling, which connects the ends of shafts
Sarsfield, Patrick - After following James II to France, he fought in Ireland, captured Sligo, defended Limerick, destroyed William's siege Train, and was created Earl of Lucan
Society of Missionary Catechists - In these districts the Missionary Catechists prepare the children for the reception of the sacraments, visit the poor and sick in their homes, clothe, and care for the destitute, Train altar boys, and cooperate with the heavily- burdened missionary priests in every way
Leg - 4 , shôbel ( Isaiah 47:2 ) means ‘train’ (RV [3] , correctly, ‘strip off the Train’)
Consecutive - ) Following in a Train; succeeding one another in a regular order; successive; uninterrupted in course or succession; with no interval or break; as, fifty consecutive years
Drawbar - It is usually provided with a spring to give elasticity to the connection between the cars of a Train
Disciple - ) To teach; to Train
Orgue - ) A piece of ordnance, consisting of a number of musket barrels arranged so that a match or Train may connect with all their touchholes, and a discharge be secured almost or quite simultaneously
Satyr - Satyrs are usually found in the Train of Bacchus, and have been distinguished for lasciviousness and riot
Fare - To be in any state, good or bad to be attended with any circumstances or Train of events, fortunate or unfortunate. The sense is taken from going, having a certain course hence, being subjected to a certain Train of incidents. To proceed in a Train of consequences, good or bad
Ensue - To follow in a Train of events or course of time to succeed to come after
Attendance - The persons attending a Train a retinue
Caravan - ) A large, covered wagon, or a Train of such wagons, for conveying wild beasts, etc
Educate - ,; to form and regulate the principles and character of; to prepare and fit for any calling or business by systematic instruction; to cultivate; to Train; to instruct; as, to educate a child; to educate the eye or the taste
Equipage - ) Retinue; Train; suite
Ultimate - ) Last in a Train of progression or consequences; tended toward by all that precedes; arrived at, as the last result; final
Soutane - The ordinary soutane has no Train, but is of equal length at the bottom
Conductor - ) One in charge of a public conveyance, as of a railroad Train or a street car
Discipline - ) Severe Training, corrective of faults; instruction by means of misfortune, suffering, punishment, etc. ) The treatment suited to a disciple or learner; education; development of the faculties by instruction and exercise; Training, whether physical, mental, or moral. ) Training to act in accordance with established rules; accustoming to systematic and regular action; drill. ) Correction; chastisement; punishment inflicted by way of correction and Training. ) To educate; to develop by instruction and exercise; to Train. ) To accustom to regular and systematic action; to bring under control so as to act systematically; to Train to act together under orders; to teach subordination to; to form a habit of obedience in; to drill
Wreck - ) To bring wreck or ruin upon by any kind of violence; to destroy, as a railroad Train. ) Destruction or injury of anything, especially by violence; ruin; as, the wreck of a railroad Train
Huzzab - Others see a feminine noun: “train” of captives (REB), “queen” (TEV), “its mistress” (RSV)
Disciple - To teach to Train, or bring up
Dependent - ) One who depends; one who is sustained by another, or who relies on another for support of favor; a hanger-on; a retainer; as, a numerous Train of dependents
Damsel - ...
With her Train of damsels she was gone
Grudge - 'Tis not in thee ...
To grudge my pleasures, to cut off my Train
Missionaries of the Consolata of Turin - Institute founded at Turin in 1901 by Canon Giuseppe Allamano, to Train foreign missionaries for the evangelization of Africa
Attendant - ) Being present, or in the Train; accompanying; in waiting
Manage - ) To Train in the manege, as a horse; to exercise in graceful or artful action
Sisters Adorers of the Most Precious Blood (Gurtwe - Founded in 1857 under the direction of Father Herman Kessler at Gurtweil, Germany, to care for destitute children and to Train religious teachers
School - ) A place for learned intercourse and instruction; an institution for learning; an educational establishment; a place for acquiring knowledge and mental Training; as, the school of the prophets. ) To Train in an institution of learning; to educate at a school; to teach. ) To tutor; to chide and admonish; to reprove; to subject to systematic discipline; to Train
School - ) A place for learned intercourse and instruction; an institution for learning; an educational establishment; a place for acquiring knowledge and mental Training; as, the school of the prophets. ) To Train in an institution of learning; to educate at a school; to teach. ) To tutor; to chide and admonish; to reprove; to subject to systematic discipline; to Train
Peacocks - Its ocellated Train is not the tail, which is short, but the feathers of the loins, rump, and tail coverts, which it can at will erect into a circular spread disc
Turn-Out - ) A short side track on a railroad, which may be occupied by one Train while another is passing on a main track; a shunt; a siding; a switch
Monk - ) A piece of tinder made of agaric, used in firing the powder hose or Train of a mine
Express - ) A messenger sent on a special errand; a courier; hence, a regular and fast conveyance; commonly, a company or system for the prompt and safe transportation of merchandise or parcels; also, a railway Train for transporting passengers or goods with speed and punctuality. ) Intended for a particular purpose; relating to an express; sent on a particular errand; dispatched with special speed; as, an express messenger or Train
Convoy - ) A vessel or fleet, or a Train or Trains of wagons, employed in the transportation of munitions of war, money, subsistence, clothing, etc
Quadrate - ) To adjust (a gun) on its carriage; also, to Train (a gun) for horizontal firing
Artillery - In a more extended sense, the word includes powder, cartridges, matches, utensils, machines of all kinds, and horses that belong to a Train of artillery
Just - ) Barely; merely; scarcely; only; by a very small space or time; as, he just missed the Train; just too late
Seven Liberal Arts - (Latin: artes liberales; from liber, free) ...
Name given in the Middle Ages to those branches of knowledge which Train the free man, in contrast with the artes liberales, those pursued for economic purposes
Coach - ) A special tutor who assists in preparing a student for examination; a Trainer; esp. one who Trains a boat's crew for a race. ) To prepare for public examination by private instruction; to Train by special instruction
Unlearned - ...
3: ἀπαίδευτος (Strong's #521 — Adjective — apaideutos — ap-ah'ee-dyoo-tos ) "uninstructed" (paideuo, "to Train, teach"), is translated "unlearned" in 2 Timothy 2:23 , AV (RV, "ignorant")
Sober, Soberly, Soberminded - ...
B — 3: σωφρονίζω (Strong's #4994 — Verb — sophronizo — so-fron-id'-zo ) denotes "to cause to be of sound mind, to recall to one's senses;" in Titus 2:4 , RV, it is rendered "they may Train" (AV, "they may teach . , "wise"); "train" expresses the meaning more adequately; the Training would involve the cultivation of sound judgment and prudence. 2 and 3, "soberly," occurs in Titus 2:12 ; it suggests the exercise of that self-restraint that governs all passions and desires, enabling the believer to be conformed to the mind of Christ
Sheba - The queen of Sheba visited Solomon, coming "to Jerusalem with a very great Train, with camels that bear spices, and very much gold, and precious stones
Slow - ) To go slower; - often with up; as, the Train slowed up before crossing the bridge
Nourish, Nourishment - ...
4: ἐντρέφω (Strong's #1789 — Verb — entrepho — en-tref'-o ) "to Train up, nurture," is used metaphorically, in the Passive Voice, in 1 Timothy 4:6 , of being "nourished" in the faith
Drill - ) The act or exercise of Training soldiers in the military art, as in the manual of arms, in the execution of evolutions, and the like; hence, diligent and strict instruction and exercise in the rudiments and methods of any business; a kind or method of military exercises; as, infantry drill; battalion drill; artillery drill. ) To practice an exercise or exercises; to Train one's self. ) To Train in the military art; to exercise diligently, as soldiers, in military evolutions and exercises; hence, to instruct thoroughly in the rudiments of any art or branch of knowledge; to discipline
Chariotry - ...
Rekeb (רֶכֶב, Strong's #7393), “chariotry; chariot units; chariot horse; chariot; Train; upper millstone. Next, rekeb refers to a “column” or “train of donkeys and camels”: “And he saw a chariot with a couple of horsemen, a chariot of asses, and a chariot of camels …” ( Fare - ) To be in any state, or pass through any experience, good or bad; to be attended with any circummstances or Train of events, fortunate or unfortunate; as, he fared well, or ill
Vein - ) Peculiar temper or temperament; tendency or turn of mind; a particular disposition or cast of genius; humor; strain; quality; also, manner of speech or action; as, a rich vein of humor; a satirical vein. ) A Train of association, thoughts, emotions, or the like; a current; a course
Eshtaol - Between the Danite towns Zorah and Eshtaol and behind Kirjath Jearim was Mahaneh-Dan, the standing camp of the little host exposed to constant warfare with the Philistines; a neighborhood well calculated to Train Samson for his after encounters with that race
Chasten, Chastening, Chastise, Chastisement - A — 1: παιδεύω (Strong's #3811 — Verb — paideuo — pahee-dyoo'-o ) primarily denotes "to Train children," suggesting the broad idea of education (pais, "a child"), Acts 7:22 ; 22:3 ; see also Titus 2:12 , "instructing" (RV), here of a Training gracious and firm; grace, which brings salvation, employs means to give us full possession of it; hence, "to chastise," this being part of the Training, whether (a) by correcting with words, reproving, and admonishing, 1 Timothy 1:20 (RV, "be taught"); 2 Timothy 2:25 , or (b) by "chastening" by the infliction of evils and calamities, 1 Corinthians 11:32 ; 2 Corinthians 6:9 ; Hebrews 12:6,7,10 ; Revelation 3:19 . ...
B — 1: παιδεία (Strong's #3809 — Noun Feminine — paideia — pahee-di'-ah ) denotes "the Training of a child, including instruction;" hence, "discipline, correction," "chastening," Ephesians 6:4 , RV (AV, "nurture"), suggesting the Christian discipline that regulates character; so in Hebrews 12:5,7,8 (in ver
School - Schools were established under the prophets to Train young men to become expounders of Jewish law, and to fit them for the priestly and prophetical offices
Correct, Correction, Corrector, Correcting - ...
B — 1: ἀνάπτω (Strong's #381 — Verb — paideuo — an-ap'-to ) "to Train up a child" (pais), is rendered "correcting" in 2 Timothy 2:25 , RV, AV, "instructing
Fusee - ) A signal used principally for the protection of Trains, consisting of a tube filled with a composition which burns with a bright colored light for a definite time. It will explode with a loud report when run over by a Train, and is used to provide a warning signal to the engineer
Breed - ) To educate; to instruct; to form by education; to Train; - sometimes followed by up
Belief - Belief may also by founded on internal impressions, or arguments and reasons furnished by our own minds as the belief of our senses a Train of reasoning may result in belief
Jar - ) A rattling, tremulous vibration or shock; a shake; a harsh sound; a discord; as, the jar of a Train; the jar of harsh sounds
Through - ) Going or extending through; going, extending, or serving from the beginning to the end; thorough; complete; as, a through line; a through ticket; a through Train
Miss - ; as, to miss the mark one shoots at; to miss the Train by being late; to miss opportunites of getting knowledge; to miss the point or meaning of something said
Leviathan - Beza and Diodati were among the first to interpret it the crocodile: and Bochart has since supported this last rendering with a Train of argument which has nearly overwhelmed all opposition, and brought almost every commentator over to his opinion
Self-Seeking - In high-sounding strains he sang himself and all his glories. Get thee gone, thou shalt not serve in my Train
Conference - Time should be kept, order should be preserved, no idle question should be asked; freedom of inquiry should be nourished; immodest forwardness should be restrained; practical , experimental, and substantial subjects should be examined; Charity with all its gentle Train should be there, for she openeth her mouth with wisdom, and in her tongue is the law of kindness
Uide - ) To regulate and manage; to direct; to order; to superintend the Training or education of; to instruct and influence intellectually or morally; to Train
Happiness - ; such a state being usually attended with depression of spirits, imaginary anxieties, and the whole Train of hypochondriacal affections
Trail - ) Anything drawn behind in long undulations; a Train
Condition - ) Train; acclimate
Cradle - ) To nurse or Train in infancy
Flag - ) To signal to with a flag; as, to flag a Train
Learn, Learned - ...
Note: Paideuo, "to teach, instruct, Train," is translated "instructed" in Acts 7:22 , RV (AV, "learned"); in 1 Timothy 1:20 , "(that) they might be taught," AV, "(that) they may learn
Star - Christ is called "the Morning Star," which is the brightest of the heavenly Train, and ushers in the day, Revelation 22:16
Deborah - Barak, at her call, summoned these (to whom the central tribes, Ephraim, Manasseh (Machir), and Benjamin in part sent contingents, Judges 20:14) in a long Train (draw: Judges 5:6-7) toward the broad topped mount Tabor. ...
With but 10,000 in his Train ("at his feet"), by the Lord's interposition, descending from Mount Tabor, he defeated Sisera's mighty host and 900 chariots who were in the famous battlefield of Jezreel or Esdraelon, in the valley of Kishon. "Barak, lead away thy captivity (train of captives) captive" (quoted in Psalms 68:18); fulfilled exhaustively in Christ the ascended Conqueror (Ephesians 4:8; Ephesians 4:13)
Feudalism And the Church - This ecclesiastical property brought evil in its Train
Gentleness - Compassion prompts us to relieve their wants; forbearance prevents us from retaliating their injuries: meekness restrains our angry passions; candour our severe judgments; but gentleness corrects whatever is offensive in our manner, and, by a constant Train of humane attention, studies to alleviate the burden of common misery
Anthimus, Bishop of Tyana - He was even bold enough to attack Basil on a journey, and plunder a Train of mules laden with supplies of money and provisions for the bp
Exercise - ) Exertion for the sake of Training or improvement whether physical, intellectual, or moral; practice to acquire skill, knowledge, virtue, perfectness, grace, etc. ) That which is done for the sake of exercising, practicing, Training, or promoting skill, health, mental, improvement, moral discipline, etc. ) To exercise one's self, as under military Training; to drill; to take exercise; to use action or exertion; to practice gymnastics; as, to exercise for health or amusement. ) To set in action; to cause to act, move, or make exertion; to give employment to; to put in action habitually or constantly; to school or Train; to exert repeatedly; to busy. ) To exert for the sake of Training or improvement; to practice in order to develop; hence, also, to improve by practice; to discipline, and to use or to for the purpose of Training; as, to exercise arms; to exercise one's self in music; to exercise troops
Dress - ) To break and Train for use, as a horse or other animal
Edge - A long descending Train, ...
With rubies edged
Hosanna - For what but a divine overruling power could have produced such an effect, that in the moment their fathers, and the scribes and pharisee's were moved with indignation, those little children should join the Redeemer's Train, and mingle their infant voices in the Hosanna of the multitude! And the reader will not overlook in this account, I hope, how thereby that blessed prophecy was fulfilled, and which Jesus himself explained and applied
Meet - ) To come into the presence of without contact; to come close to; to intercept; to come within the perception, influence, or recognition of; as, to meet a Train at a junction; to meet carriages or persons in the street; to meet friends at a party; sweet sounds met the ear
Race - Course Train process as the prosecution and race of the war
Chastisement - ...
Chastisement should be both a penalty for wrongdoing and a form of Training. ...
As parents correct and Train their children, so God disciplines his children
Exercise - A — 1: γυμνάζω (Strong's #1128 — Verb — gumnazo — goom-nad'-zo ) primarily signifies "to exercise naked" (from gumnos, "naked"); then, generally, "to exercise, to Train the body or mind" (Eng. ...
A — 2: ἀσκέω (Strong's #778 — Verb — askeo — as-keh'-o ) signifies "to form by art, to adorn, to work up raw material with skill;" hence, in general, "to take pains, endeavor, exercise by Training or discipline," with a view to a conscience void of offense, Acts 24:16 . 1), 1 Timothy 4:8 , where the immediate reference is probably not to mere physical Training for games but to discipline of the body such as that to which the Apostle refers in 1 Corinthians 9:27 , though there may be an allusion to the practices of asceticism
Breed - To bring up to nurse and foster to take care of in infancy, and through the age of youth to provide for, Train and conduct to instruct the mind and form the manners in youth
Cock - To Train or use fighting cocks
Conclude - To stop or restrain, or as in law, to estop from further argument or proceedings to oblige or bind, as by authority or by ones own argument or concession generally in the passive. A Train of lies, that, made in lust, conclude in perjuries
Flow - The imperial purple flowing in his Train
Up - ) Inclining up; tending or going up; upward; as, an up look; an up grade; the up Train
Catch - ) To reach in time; to come up with; as, to catch a Train
Oxford Catholic Worker's College - , "in order to provide special Training for working-class students in the social sciences, with special reference to the application of Christian principles and the social philosophy of the Catholic Church. As British working-class organizations are lacking in Trained leaders, the college endeavors to Train such leaders in order that sound principles may be diffused
Practice - ) To teach or accustom by practice; to Train
Uard - ) One who has charge of a mail coach or a railway Train; a conductor. ) To keep watch over, in order to prevent escape or restrain from acts of violence, or the like
Travelling - Horses and greyhounds they breed and Train up for sale: they neither kill nor sell their ewe lambs
Tail - Tail of a comet, a luminous Train which extends from the nucleus in a direction opposite to the sun. Estates tail are general or special general, where lands and tenements are given to one, and to the heirs of his body begotten special, where the gift is restrained to certain heirs of the donee s body, as to his heirs by a particular woman names
Serve - A goddess among gods, ador'd and serv'd ...
By anbels numberless, thy daily Train
Conscience - Christians must therefore Train and discipline the conscience so that it is well instructed, pure, active and sensitive (Acts 24:16; Ephesians 4:17; Ephesians 4:23; 1 Timothy 1:5; 1 Timothy 1:19; 2 Timothy 1:3)
Minnesota - In 1727 Fort Beauharnois was built near the town of Frontenac by Rene Boucher who had in his Train two Jesuits, Father Michel (Louis-Ignace) Guignas and Father Nicolas Le Gounor
Exercise - To Train to use to discipline to cause to perform certain acts, as preparatory to service as, to exercise troops
Walk - ) To put or keep (a puppy) in a walk; to Train (puppies) in a walk. ) A place for keeping and Training puppies
Tail - ) A Train or company of attendants; a retinue
Glory - And the Lord said, There is a place by me, and thou shalt stand upon a rock: and it shall come to pass, while my glory passeth by, that I will put thee in the cleft of the rock, and will cover thee with my hand while I pass by; and I will take away my hand, and thou shalt see my back parts:" (the Train, the fainter rays of the glory:) "but my face shall not be seen," Exodus 33:18
Teach, Teacher - " In the New Testament Greek words more frequently used are didasko [3], "to teach, " katecheo [4], "to instruct systematically, " matheteuo [5], "to Train disciples, " paideuo [6], "to Train, instruct, " noutheteo [7], "to correct, counsel, " parangello [8], "to command, order, " and paradido [9], "to hand down tradition. Barclay, Train Up a Child: Educational Ideals in the Ancient World ; M
Lift - ...
Lift up thy waves Psalm 93:3 Raise up and Train great leaders
Solomon - Scripture records his earnest and pious petition for wisdom from above, that he might govern that great people well; and the bestowal of the wisdom, with numerous other blessings in its Train, Matthew 6:33
Babylas, Bishop of Antioch - A crowded procession of Christians, accordingly, excited to a pitch of savage enthusiasm characteristic of the Antiochenes, bore his relics to a church in Antioch, the whole city turning out to meet them, and the bearers and their Train tumultuously chanting psalms the whole way, especially those which denounce idolatry
Down - ) Downward; going down; sloping; as, a down stroke; a down grade; a down Train on a railway
Rehoboam - These sculptures represent the king, Shishak, holding in his hand a Train of prisoners and other figures, with the names of the captured towns of Judah, the towns which Rehoboam had fortified (2 Chronicles 11:5-12 )
Gospel - John, "the beloved disciple," wrote the Fourth Gospel for the Christian, to cherish and Train those who have entered the new kingdom of Christ, into the highest spiritual life
Claudius, the Emperor - 7) and gain for the former the title of king they must have had some in their Train who had known—perhaps those who had reported to him (Mat_14:1-2)—the "mighty works" of the prophet of Nazareth
Admonition - The root idea is ‘to put in mind’ (ἐν τῷ νῷ τιθέναι), to Train by word, always with the added suggestion of sternness, reproof, remonstrance, blame (cf
School - To instruct to Train to educate
Adonijah - Compare Proverbs 13:24; Proverbs 22:6; "Train up a child in the way he should go;" not in the way he would go: 1 Kings 1:6
Course - Series of successive and methodical procedure a Train of acts, or applications as a course of medicine administered
Admonition, Admonish - Nouthesia is "the Training by word," whether of encouragement, or, if necessary, by reproof or remonstrance. In contrast to this, the synonymous word paideia stresses Training by act, though both words are used in each respect. It is thus distinguished from paideuo, "to correct by discipline, to Train by act," Hebrews 12:6 ; cp
Form - ; to Train
Ass - The little ass carrying the barley, which leads every Train of camels, is a characteristic sight. A well-trained ass will get over the ground rapidly at a pace more comfortable than that of an ordinary horse; it is also very sure-footed
Composition - It begins with first principles, and by a Train of reasoning from them, deduces the propositions or truths sought
Sidon - Self indulgent ease followed in the Train of their wealth, so that "the manner of the Sidonians" was proverbial (Judges 18:7)
Temple - Sometimes the definite article suffices to identify the “temple in Jerusalem”: “In the year that King Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his Train filled the temple” ( Form - ; to Train
Greece - At length, however, opinions fluctuated considerably on points of doctrine; schisms and heresies divided the church; and rancor, violence, and even persecution followed in their Train
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
Pelagians - This was followed by a Train of evils, which pursued these two monks without interruption
Euthymius (4), Abbat in Palestine - ...
A new turn was given to the life of Euthymius by a cure which he effected for Terebon, son of Aspebetus, prince of the Saracens, who, hearing of his fame, brought the afflicted boy to his gloomy retreat with a large Train of followers
Mennonites - They Train up catechumens under their ministers, and, about the age of sixteen, baptize them, taking from the candidate, before the minister and elders, an account of his repentance and faith
Gos'Pels - John, "the beloved disciple," wrote the FOURTH GOSPEL for the Christian, to cherish and Train those who have entered the new kingdom of Christ, into the highest spiritual life
Canticles - Solomon, therefore, in celebrating the circumstances of his marriage, was naturally led, by a Train of correspondent reflections, to consider that spiritual connection which it was often employed to symbolize; and the idea must have been the more forcibly suggested to him, as he was at this period preparing to build a temple to God, and thereby to furnish a visible representation of the Hebrew church. But though the work be certainly an allegorical representation, many learned men, in an unrestrained eagerness to explain the song, even in its minutest and most obscure particulars, have too far indulged their imaginations; and, by endeavouring too nicely to reconcile the literal with the spiritual sense, have been led beyond the boundaries which a reverence for the sacred Scriptures should ever prescribe
Aichmalotarch - Yet his own state was by no means wanting in splendour: he was arrayed in cloth of gold; fifty guards marched before him; all the Jews who met him on the way paid their homage, and fell behind into his Train
Triumphs - The captive leaders followed in chains, with their children and attendants; after the captives came the lictors, having their faces wreathed with laurel, followed by a great company of musicians and dancers, dressed like satyrs, and wearing crowns of gold; in the midst of whom was a pantomime, clothed in a female garb, whose business it was, with his looks and gestures, to insult the vanquished; a long Train of persons followed, carrying perfumes; after them came the general, dressed in purple, embroidered with gold, with a crown of laurel on his head, a branch of laurel in his right hand, and in his left an ivory sceptre, with an eagle on the top, his face painted with vermilion, and a golden ball hanging from his neck on his breast; he stood upright in a gilded chariot, adorned with ivory, and drawn by four white horses, attended by his relations, and a great crowd of citizens, all in white. After obtaining a complete victory over all his enemies, he ascended in splendour and triumph into his Father's presence on the clouds of heaven, the chariots of the Most High, thousands of holy angels attending in his Train; he led the devil and all his angels, together with sin, the world, and death, as his spoils of war, and captives in chains, and exposed them to open contempt and shame, in the view of all his angelic attendants, triumphing like a glorious conqueror over them, in virtue of his cross, upon which he made complete satisfaction for sin, and by his own strength, without the assistance of any creature, destroyed him that had the power of death, that is, the devil
Godly, Godliness - "Train yourself to be godly. For physical Training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come" (1 Timothy 4:7-8 )
Powers - They are described as a Train of captives behind a victorious general (Colossians 2:15 )
Sergius Paulus - It was customary for a high Roman official to have in his Train of comites not only personal friends and attachés, but also ‘provincials, men of letters or of scientific knowledge or of tastes and habits that rendered them agreeable or useful to the great man’ Burnt-Offering - It is probable, however, from the Train of thought, that in some instances the sacrifice which was prominently before the mind of the writer was the burnt-offering (Romans 12:1)
Strength - The Queen of Sheba was accompanied by a large escort of upperclass people from her homeland: “And she came to Jerusalem with a very great Train …” (1 Kings 10:2)
Education - Its object is to Train the child or immature mind for life here and hereafter, for the destiny allotted to each, and for the relations which each one has to God, to the neighbor, and to the world at large. Literature, art, science, and moral, social, and religious principle are the means of this Training, and no education is complete without some knowledge and practise in all of them
Bar-Jesus - The presence of an influential exponent of such a current religious and philosophical system in the Train of the comites of a Roman governor was quite natural; nor is there any need to suppose that Sergius Paulus (who was ‘a man of understanding’) was dominated by the Magian in any other sense than that Bar-Jesus had considerable influence and credit with his patron-on influence he was able to turn to his own private advantage
Fruit - No good results followed in their Train
Trial of Jesus - Some members of the Sanhedrin worked frantically to locate and Train witnesses against Jesus (Matthew 26:59-60 )
Poverty - During the period of the later monarchy, however, commerce, city-life, and luxury grew apace, and the greed and heartless oppression of the rich, the corruption and perversion of justice, which this state of things brought in its Train, were constantly denounced by the great writing prophets, esp
Break - To tame to Train to obedience to make tractable as, to break a horse. To stretch to strain to rack as, to break one on the wheel. To break the back, to strain or dislocate the vertebers with too heavy a burden also, to disable one's fortune. ...
To break loose, to get free by force to escape from confinement by violence to shake off restraint. To throw off restraint, and become dissolute. ...
This verb carries with it its primitive sense of straining, parting, severing, bursting, often with violence, with the consequential senses of injury, defect and infirmity
Atonement - The Train of ceremonies which were appointed by God in the Jewish church are plain signification of such an atonement, 2 Corinthians 3:1-18 : Colossians 2:7-9
Antichrist - He then proceeds to show, from the application of prophecy to history, and to the remarkable Train of events that are now passing in the world, how exactly Popery, Mohammedanism, and Infidelity, correspond with the character given in Scripture of the power of antichrist, which was to prevail a certain time for the especial trial and punishment of the corrupted church of Christ
Hebrews, Letter to the - They should not rebel or grow bitter when God uses their difficulties to test and Train them (12:1-17)
Manaen (2) - What passed between the foster-brothers after John’s murder? Was Manaen a silent or a protesting spectator when Jesus was mocked? Did the death of Christ complete a work of grace already begun at the death of John? Did the Resurrection of Christ (no rumour this time, Matthew 14:2, but a well attested fact) seal for ever the allegiance of a halting disciple? Did he remain in the Train of his foster-brother till the latter left for Rome in a
Clothing, Cloths, Clothes, Cloke, Coat - "stole"), denotes any "stately robe," a long garment reaching to the feet or with a Train behind
Elder - People in the church will recognize his gift; in fact, elders have a responsibility to Train those who appear to have leadership ability (2 Timothy 2:2; cf
Education in Bible Times - There are many references in the Old Testament to the importance of religious Training but there is no Mosaic legislation requiring the establishment of schools for formal religious instruction. This responsibility is expressed in Genesis 18:19 where God states his expectation that Abraham will Train his children and his household to walk in the ways of the Lord. ...
Training in the Torah began very early. ...
If a boy wanted Training beyond that given in a synagogue, he would go to a scholarly scribe. Saul of Tarsus received such advanced theological Training “at the feet of Gamaliel” in Jerusalem (Acts 22:3 ). ...
Jesus was also a Trainer of teachers
Go - To be loosed or released to be freed from restraint. To proceed in a Train, or in consequences
Tears - Perhaps they may also be evidence of the anguish He felt at the woe which was caused in the world by that sin in the Train of which misery and death came into the world
Providence - We confine our observation to those whose lives have been most plain and simple, and who had no desire to depart from the ordinary Train of conduct
Culdees - While they seem to have reckoned something of this kind necessary for the preservation of order, and for the attainment of habits of diligence, their great design was, by the instruction of those committed to their charge, to Train them up for the work of the ministry. " It is a singular fact, that those who were first acknowledged as bishops in the northern parts of England, and were indeed instrumental in the introduction of Christianity there, were not only Trained up at Iona, but received all their authority from the council of seniors in that island
Matthew - Matthew mentioned as its author, by Irenaeus, Origen, Athanasius, Cyril, Epiphanius, Jerom, Chrysostom, and a long Train of subsequent writers
Necessitarians - But then this is a wrong application of the term necessity, which properly implies such a constraint upon actions, exercised ab extra, as renders choice or will impossible. Again: the obedience of Christ unto death was necessary, that is to say, unless he had died, guilty man could not have been forgiven; but this could not make the act of the Jews who put him to death a necessary act, that is to say, a forced and constrained one; nor did this necessity affect the act of Christ himself, who acted voluntarily, and might have left man without salvation. ...
The doctrine of necessity is nearly connected with that of predestination, which, of late years, has assumed a form very different from that which it formerly possessed: for, instead of being considered as a point to be determined almost entirely by the sacred writings, it has, in the hands of a number of able writers, in a great measure resolved itself into a question of natural religion, under the head of the philosophical liberty or necessity of the will; or, whether all human actions are, or are not, necessarily determined by motives arising from the character which God has impressed on our minds, and the Train of circumstances amidst which his providence has placed us? The Calvinistic doctrine of predestination is, that "God, for his own glory, hath foreordained whatsoever comes to pass
Run - ) To travel; to make progress; to be moved by mechanical means; to go; as, the steamboat runs regularly to Albany; the Train runs to Chicago
Cloth, Clothing - A long Train or veil adorned women of high social stature (Isaiah 47:2 )
Miracles - To pronounce, therefore, a miracle to be false, because it is different from experience, is only to conclude against its general existence from the very circumstance which constitutes its particular nature; for if it were not different from experience, where would be its singularity? or what particular proof could be drawn from it, if it happened according to the ordinary Train of human events, or was included in the operation of the general laws of nature? We grant that it does differ from experience; but we do not presume to make our experience the standard of the divine conduct. But he who allows of a First Cause in itself perfect and intelligent, abstractedly from those effects which his wisdom and power have produced, must at the same time allow that this cause can be under no such restraints as to be debarred the liberty of controlling its laws as often as it sees fit. ...
Miracles may be classed under two heads: those which consist in a Train or combination of events, which distinguish themselves from the ordinary arrangements of Providence; and those particular operations which are performed by instruments and agents incompetent to effect them without a preternatural power. ) It may now be observed, that the institutions of the law and the Gospel may not only appeal for their confirmation to a Train of events which, taken in a general and combined view, point out an extraordinary designation, and vindicate their claim to a divine authority; but also to a number of particular operations which, considered distinctly, or in a separate and detached light, evidently display a supernatural power, immediately exerted on the occasion. That they should assert what they knew to be false; that they should publish it with so much ardour; that they should risk every thing dear to humanity, in order to maintain it; and at last submit to death, in order to attest their persuasion of its truth in those moments when imposture usually drops its mask, and enthusiasm loses its confidence; that they should act thus in opposition to every dictate of common sense, and every principle of common honesty, every restraint of shame, and every impulse of selfishness, is a phenomenon not less irreconcilable to the moral state of things than miracles are to the natural constitution of the world
Mission - In particular they should Train those who show signs of being gifted for the more important ministries of the church (Acts 20:2-3; see GIFTS OF THE SPIRIT)
Septuagint - A Train was laid which only needed the Divine spark to burst into flame
Covenant - Yet the Train of argument, where διαθηκη occurs, generally appears to proceed upon its meaning a covenant; and therefore, although, when we delineate the nature of the Gospel, the beautiful idea of its being a testament, is not to be lost sight of, yet we are to remember that the word testament, which we read in the Gospels and Epistles, is the translation of a word which the sense requires to be rendered covenant
Eagle - Hence by degrees he soars aloft, and now he mourns to the starry heaven, and swiftly urges his rapid flight through the air, sweeping widely over space, and in his gyrations bearing his offspring to and fro, teaches them...
the art of flying:—but they, taught by long practice, gradually begin to trust themselves fearlessly on their wings: So much does it avail to Train the young with care
Love - ...
This same love causes God to discipline, correct and Train his children, so that they might grow into the sorts of people that he, in his superior wisdom, wants them to be
Hope - ...
It is to the OT rather than the NT that one must look for definite representations of the earthly hopes belonging to God’s Kingdom, the social regeneration and national well-being that come in its Train (see, e
Draw - To produce to bring, as an agent or efficient cause usually followed by a modifying word as, piety draws down blessings crimes draw down vengeance vice draws on us many temporal evils war draws after it a Train of calamities
Joy - is the classical passage for this, but the same Train of thought meets us in a number of other Pauline passages, and occasionally elsewhere, sometimes in pointedly paradoxical formulation (Acts 5:41, Colossians 1:11, 1 Thessalonians 1:6, Hebrews 10:34, James 1:2, 1 Peter 4:13)
Scribes - ), last of the great synagogue, said, "our fathers taught us to be cautious in judging, to Train many scholars, and to set a fence about the law
Dead, the - Reverent burial is given, the funeral Train following the body borne uncoffined upon a bier (Luke 7:11-13)
Judgment - Nothing of terror or magnificence hitherto beheld,—no glory of the rising sun after a night of darkness and of storm,—no convulsions of the earth,—no wide irruption of waters,—no flaming comet dragging its burning Train over half the heaven, can convey to us an adequate conception of that day of terrible brightness and irresistible devastation
Imitation - We may well recoil from the old vulgar Train of thought described by M‘Leod Campbell: ‘He suffered—I shall not suffer’; but God forbid we should dream that we share, in all respects and for every purpose, the lot of Christ
Polytheism - Be this as it may, it is easy to conceive that the members of the first colonies would quickly lose many of the arts and much of the science which perhaps prevailed in the parent state; and that, fatigued with the contemplation of intellectual objects, they would relieve their overstrained faculties by attributing to the Deity a place of abode, if not a human form. When men had once got into this Train, their gods would multiply upon them with wonderful rapidity
Arms - This afterward became so useful a weapon, that care was taken to Train up the Hebrew youth to it betimes
Shepherds - The patriarchal shepherds, rich in flocks and herds, in silver and gold, and attended by a numerous Train of servants purchased with their money, or hired from the neighbouring towns and villages, acknowledge no civil superior; they held the rank, and exercised the rights, of sovereign princes; they concluded alliances with the kings in whose territories they tended their flocks; they made peace or war with the surrounding states; and, in fine, they wanted nothing of sovereign authority but the name. Hence the custom so prevalent among the ancients, of distinguishing the office and duties of their kings and princes, by terms borrowed from the pastoral life: Agamemnon, shepherd of the people, ‘Αγαμεμνονα ποιμενα λαων , is a phrase frequently used in the strains of Homer
New Moon - The fixed idea that every month must begin with the appearance of the new moon brought endless difficulties in its Train. 123), ‘the ceremonial distinctions do not appear to be condemned in themselves: the Colossians are simply warned in a strain hardly different from that of Romans 14 not to allow anyone to “judge” them in such
Esther - ...
The hand of Providence is to be traced palpably in the overruling of the king's reckless feastings and wanton deposing of Vashti because she shrank from violating her own self respect, to laying the Train for His appointed instrument, Esther's elevation; in Mordecai's saving the king's life from the two would-be assassins, and the recording of the fact in the royal chronicles, preparing the way for his receiving the royal honors which his enemy designed for himself; in Haman's casting Pur, the lot, for an auspicious day for destroying the Jews, and the result being, by God's providence which counterworked his appeal to chance, that the feast of Purlin is perpetually kept to commemorate the Jews' preservation and his destruction; in Esther's patriotic venture before the king after previous fasting three days, and God's interposing to incline the king's heart to hold out to her the golden scepter, ensuring to her at once life and her request (Proverbs 21:1); in Haman's pride at being invited to the queen's banquet and his preparing the gallows for Haman, and Providence, the very night before it, withdrawing sleep from the king so that the chronicles were read for his pleasure, and Mordecai's service was thus brought to his remembrance, so that when Haman came to solicit that Mordecai should be hanged the king met him with the question, "What shall be done unto the man whom the king delighteth to honor?"...
Then, in Haman supposing himself to be the object of honor, and suggesting the highest royal honors (such as Joseph had from the Egyptian king, Genesis 41:43), and thus unwittingly being constrained with his own voice and hand to glorify him whom he had meant to destroy; then in the denouement at the queen's banquet, and Haman's execution on the very gallows he erected for Haman (Psalms 7:14-16); and the consequent preservation from extinction of the holy race of whom Messiah must spring according to prophecy, and of whom Isaiah (Isaiah 54:17) writes, "no weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper, and every tongue that shall rise against thee thou shalt condemn
Violence - ’ Is there necessarily any inconsistency, however? May we not have here one of those passages where by a slight change in the expression, by a turning of the coin, as it were, a new and complementary truth is conveyed? Would there be any inconsistency if one were to say ‘the Train is advancing quickly, and those who are quick succeed in entering it’? On the other hand, the translation of the Authorized and Revised Versions is open to the charge of being tautological. ‘every man is constrained by the gospel,’ taking βιάζεται as Passive)
Balaam - But after Balaam's vain effort to curse, and God's constraining him to bless, Israel, "he went and returned to his place" (Numbers 24:14; Numbers 24:25). Like Judas and Ahithophel, Balaam set in motion the Train of events which entailed his own destruction
the Unprofitable Servant - Their Master was teaching and Training the twelve by everything that happened every day to Him and to them. In order to teach and to Train the twelve for their fast-coming work, their Master found tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and this great lesson in Bartholomew's ploughman-waiter
Imagination - It must be simple, as it was meant to become current not amongst scholars, disciplined in the use of complicated Trains of thought, well used to abstract lines of reasoning, and capable of retaining these in their memory for a long time, but amongst the common crowd of listeners who had had only an elementary education, and were incapable of giving a close and sustained attention to any Train of thought. Paul’s involved literary style, full as it is of technical terms, long sentences, and abstract Trains of reasoning, could not possibly have served as the vehicle of a spoken Gospel, though, as a supplementary commentary and exposition of the truths enshrined in that Gospel, it is admirably adapted for its purpose; and the same is true, with qualifications, of the other NT writers. Unique as are many of the qualities that belong to Christ as a preacher, and making due allowance for the contrast between the Oriental environment in which He lived and that of our own day, there is nothing that more needs to be built into our Training of young preachers than a close study of the method of the Master with a view to adapt it to our own day and circumstances
Atonement - If we can get our ideas, as taught of God as to the truth, into the Train of Jewish thought, there is no difficulty in the al
Cross, Crucifixion - In addition the cross “disarmed” the demonic “powers” and forged the final triumph over Satan and his hordes, forcing those spiritual forces to follow his Train in a victory procession (Colossians 2:15 NIV)
Mission - ...
Jesus recognized his place in the midst of a long Train of divinely sent, yet humanly rejected, messengersboth past and future
Righteousness - He commends striving for righteousness (1 Timothy 6:11 ) as the right motivation of a person of God; and he sees the use of the inspired Scriptures as being to Train Christians in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16 )
Last Day(s), Latter Days, Last Times - That set in motion the Train of events that would bring about the salvation of sinners and eventually see the setting up of God's kingdom, as Revelation makes so clear
Creation - This Train of reasoning would lead us to conclude that Ovid, and indeed the whole Heathen world, derived their notions respecting the creation, and the early history of mankind, from the sacred Scriptures: and it shows how deficient their own resources were, when the pride of philosophy was forced to borrow from those whom it affected to despise
Take - Some bright genius can take in a long Train of propositions
Hieronymus, Eusebius (Jerome) Saint - Rufinus went to the East in the Train of Melania. It is certain, however, that pope Damasus desired his presence in Rome at the council of 382, which reviewed the Acts of that council, and that he went in the Train of bps. Epiphanius, with whom Jerome now came to Rome, had been Trained by the hermits HILARION and HESYCHAS; he was, with Paulinus, the guest of the wealthy and noble Paula (cviii
Paul as a Believing Man - My past, of itself, came down upon me like the thieves' past, and like Paul's past, and like that Sabbath night's storm on the Tay Train
the Queen of Sheba - Till she took a very great Train, with camels that bare spices, and very much gold, and precious stones, there came no such abundance of spices as these which the Queen of Sheba brought to Jerusalem, because of the Name of the Lord
Acts - At the same time, however, changes and expansion put a serious strain on the fellowship as the church tried to seek Christ's will (Acts 6:1 ). Missionaries Train leaders to carry on their work (Acts 20:25-38 )
Dionysius, Pseudo-Areopagita - God the centre towards which all tend and at the same time the all-embracing circumference within which all are included; the constant streaming forth from Him like rays from the visible sun of divine influences whereby men are purified illumined and drawn upwards to Himself; man's powerlessness to know the real nature and being of God while yet he may be drawn near to Him in the mystic communion of a loving faith: such is very briefly the burden of the Dionysian strain. This subject is pursued in a very noble Train of thought to some length, and is followed by a discussion of still other names and titles, adapted to the infirmity of human understanding, under which God's attributes are made intelligible to us
Sin - Though there are numerous echoes of the older conception that the keeping of God’s commandments is one side of a bargain which conditions men’s happiness and prosperity ( Deuteronomy 4:24 ; Deuteronomy 4:40 , Deuteronomy 6:15 ), yet we observe a lofty range of thought bringing in its Train truer ideas of sin and guilt
Seceders - As there were among them, from the commencement of their secessions, several students who had been educated at one or other of the universities, they appointed one of their ministers to give lectures in theology, and Train up candidates for the ministry
Epiphanius, Bishop of Salamis - Jerome also visited Epiphanius, on his way to Bethlehem, bringing a Train of monks to Cyprus, to salute "the father of almost the whole episcopate, the last relic of ancient piety
Exodus, the Book of - Israel's "scattering" tended to uproot them from their long settlement in Goshen and to Train them for their approaching wilderness life
Inspiration - "Every man who hath attended to the operations of his own mind, knows that we think in words, or that, when we form a Train or combination of ideas, we clothe them with words; and that the ideas which are not thus clothed, are indistinct and confused. ...
Let a man try to think upon any subject, moral or religious, without the aid of language, and he will either experience a total cessation of thought, or, as this seems impossible, at least while we are awake, he will feel himself constrained, notwithstanding his utmost endeavours, to have recourse to words as the instrument of his mental operations
Esau - The tragedy is not so patent to us because we do not have Moses to write out our household histories, and Paul to comment on the writing, as in Esau's case; but to those who Train themselves and accustom themselves to look on the world around them in this one single view as God's world, there is plenty of such profanity and self-reprobation going on among us everyday
Ephesians Epistle to the - Parents ought to Train their children wisely
Solomon - Like the wise men coming to the Antitype, she came with a great Train, and with camels laden with presents, in search of Heaven-sent wisdom (Proverbs 1:6; Matthew 2:1), "to prove Solomon with hard questions" (chidah , pointed sayings hinting at deep truths which are to be guessed; very common in Arabic literature), and to commune with him of all that was in her heart; compare as to these "hard questions" Proverbs 30:18, etc
Red Sea - After they set out from Rameses, in the land of Goshen, in the neighbourhood of Cairo, their first encampment was at Succoth, signifying "booths," or an "enclosure for cattle," after a stage of about thirty miles; their second, at Etham, or Adsjerud, on the edge of the wilderness, about sixty miles farther; "for the Lord led them not by the way of the land of the Philistines, although that was near; for God said, Lest peradventure the people repent when they see war, and they return to Egypt: but God led the people about by the way of the wilderness of the Red Sea," or by a circuitous route to the land of promise, in order to Train them and instruct them, in the solitudes of Arabia Petraea, Exodus 13:17-20 ; Deuteronomy 32:10
John the Baptist - There seems, however, no reason to doubt of the close connection, in point of time, between the epistles and the Gospel; and, that being remembered, the Train of thought in the mind of the Apostle sufficiently explains the peculiar character of the latter
Woman - Jesus specifically praises Mary of Bethany for choosing to "sit at his feet" and learn from him (Luke 10:38-42 )a quasi-technical reference to a disciple being Trained by a rabbi and a practice usually denied to women in Jewish circles. Titus 2:4-5 also insists that older women Train younger women in godliness, which includes being good "home-workers
Sin - When sin threatens to reassert itself in both direct disobedience and idolatry, God reveals his new intention to restrain sin by confusing human language at Babel: better that humanity be divided than that it stand together in rebellion against God. The remarkable capacities of humans to think, plan, persuade, and Train others enables wickedness to become clever and strong
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The story of his parents seeking to Train him in idolatry is at variance with his own statements. 129) he says, "When I sinned, I was already a partaker of grace: I had been early taught about Christ by my parents; they who had begotten me after the flesh had Trained me in the fear of the Lord. To combat their influence Ephrem composed numerous hymns himself and Trained young women who were aspirants after the conventual life to sing them in chorus
Thecla - Being restrained from satisfying her longing to see him and hear his doctrine face to face she remained listening at her window despite her mother's remonstrances. Paul was her first thought and hearing he was at Myra in Lycia she disguised herself in man's attire and set out with a Train of attendants male and female
Education in Bible Times - Whereas education in the home focused on vocational Training and moral development, the temple and palace schools were designed to produce literate, informed, and capable religious and sociopolitical leaders and administrators. ...
Third, the idea of indeterminism or personal freedom in Hebrew religion gave man and woman dignity as free moral agents in creation; likewise Hebrew education stressed the responsibility individuals have toward God and others, accountability of human behavior, and the need for disciplined Training in making "right" choices. In later Judaism, male children between the ages of five and twenty usually attended synagogue schools and were Trained in the Torah, the Mishnah, and the Talmud. While the Old Testament emphasizes the role of the father as teacher, both parents are given charge to Train their children (Proverbs 1:8,6:20 ; 31:26 ). Again, community instruction was essentially religious in nature and purpose and took the form of didactic and historical meditation, moral Training, sign and symbol, memorization and catechism, festival and sacrificial liturgy, ritual enactment, and priestly role modeling. Hints of these organized schools for particular Training are scattered throughout the Old Testament, especially in the company of the prophets associated with Elisha (2 Kings 2:3,5 ; 6:1-2 ; cf. ...
In addition to formal learning centers, the Old Testament indicates specialized Training took place in organized labor guilds of various sorts. This instruction for vocational, technical, and professional service to society (and especially palace and temple) included military Training, arts and crafts (smiths, artisans, weavers, potters), music, royal officials (scribes, historians, overseers), temple personnel (priests, levites, gatekeepers, treasurers, judges), and domestic servants (midwives, cooks, bakers, perfumers). So much so that Paul reminded Titus that sound teaching shames the critics of Christianity because the doctrine of God is adorned by the lifestyle of "model citizens"believers in Christ Trained in godliness (2:6-10). Third, effective education is rooted in a mentoring relationship (note Jesus with his disciples or the apostles Training others to follow their lead)
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We see, or may see, a regular Train of prophecies tending towards one declared end, accurately fulfilled and fulfilling amidst all the confusion and opposition of this tumultuous world; and we see that these prophecies are clear, both in prediction and accomplishment, in proportion to their importance in fixing our belief in the providence of God, and in the great truths of divine revelation
Immortality - Paul of the Death and Resurrection of Jesus as historical facts, together with his identification of Jesus with the Messiah, set a Train of thought working in his mind which yielded entirely new forms, not to be explained by any patch-work of older elements to be found in them
Physician - Later, promising youths from outside were Trained for this practice. Thessalos of Tralles in Lydia announced himself as able to Train physicians in six months. Probably not a practising physician, not perhaps even medically Trained, he wrote in the first half of the century eight books on medicine, including diet and hygiene, general and special pathology, and surgery. For the sake of its value in sexual development he advocated physical as well as mental Training for youth. Soranos of Ephesus, who received his medical and anatomical Training in Alexandria, was the most famous obstetrician of antiquity. ), and, further, if Luke was a Greek either of Antioch or of Antiochian descent, he may have had such Training as was characteristic of Asia Minor at that time
Money - If these were placed in single file, a yard apart, the Train would be almost five miles in length! ( j ) The pound , finally, of another parable ( Luke 19:13 ff
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But notwithstanding this spiritualizing Train of thought, the traditional apocalyptic notions-the Parousia, a resurrection of the just and unjust, final judgment by Christ and eternal punishment for the lost-succeeded in maintaining themselves in the Church’s faith
Biblical Theology - His call to repentance and offer of new life fulfills the prophetic office; his sacrificial death and mediatorial role fulfill the role of an eternal high priest; the rule he possesses (John 18:37 ) in David's Train establishes him as King of kings, the invisible God's incarnate regent over all space, time, and history
Prophecy - Of such transcendent worth and excellence is that Jesus said to be, to whom all the prophets bear witness! Lastly, the declared purpose for which the Messiah, prefigured by so long a Train of prophecy, came into the world, corresponds to all the rest of the representation
Abram - A part of society following therefore the pastoral life, led forth their flocks, and, in large family tribes, of which the parent was the head, uniting both the sovereign power and the priesthood in himself, and with a Train of servants attached to the tribe by hereditary ties, pitched their camps wherever a fertile and unappropriated district offered them pasture
Elijah - ) His powers of endurance were such as the highlands of Gilead would Train, and proved of service to him in his after life of hardship (1 Kings 18:46). The still small voice constrained Elijah to wrap his face in his mantle; compare Moses, Exodus 3:6; Isaiah 6:2
Education - The learned circle then moved northwards to Galilee, and Tiberias and Sepphoris became seats of Rabbinical Training. Wherever the Jews were settled, the family gathering of the Passover, the household instruction as to its origin and history, and the Training in the knowledge of the Law, served to knit them together and to intensify their national feeling even in the midst of heathen surroundings. The case of Timothy already referred to is evidence of this; and the Scriptures which the Jewish converts of Berœa ‘examined daily’ were no doubt the OT in Greek which they were Trained to study for themselves. The example of Priscilla, the wife of Aquila, shows that a Jewess (who did not owe all her Training to Christianity) might be possessed of high gifts and attainments (Acts 18:26). Plutarch in his treatise on the education of children says: ‘Some one may object that I in undertaking to give prescriptions in the Training of children of free citizens apparently neglect the Training of the poor townsmen, and only think of instructing the rich-to which the obvious answer is that I should desire the Training I prescribe to be attainable alike by all; but if any through want of private means cannot attain it, let them blame their fortune and not their adviser. Every effort, however, must be made even by the poor to Train their children in the best possible way, and if this is beyond them to do it according to their means’ [de Lib. Down to the Roman period at least, this educational exclusiveness was maintained, and only the sons of those who were full citizens were the subjects of education, although there were cases in which daughters rose to distinction in letters, and even examples of slaves, like the philosopher Epictetus, who burst the restraints of their position and showed themselves capable of rising to eminence in learning and virtue. Gymnastic, for the Training of the body, and music in the larger sense, including letters, for the Training of the mind, were the subjects of instruction. ) We hear of an Ephebarch at the head of a college of ἔφηβοι, or youths who have entered the higher school, and of a Gymnasiarch who superintends the exercises of the παλαίστρα and pays the Training-masters. First, there was the stage of home education, extending from birth to the end of the seventh year, when the children were under parental supervision; second, the stage of school education, beginning with the eighth year and lasting to the sixteenth or eighteenth year; thirdly, there was the stage from the sixteenth or eighteenth to the twenty-first year, when the youths were ἔφηβοι, and were subjected to strict discipline and Training. All the while gymnastic Training went hand in hand with the Training of the intellect
Clement of Rome, Epistle of - Let us reverence rulers, honour elders, and Train our families to do the same (xxi
Messiah - They added, that, though the prison where Sabatai lay was barred and fastened with strong iron locks, yet he was seen to walk through the streets with a numerous Train; that the shackles which were upon his neck and feet did not fall off, but were turned into gold, with which Sabatai gratified his followers
Materialism - Again: when the mind is anxiously engaged in any Train of thought, whether in company or alone, it frequently neglects the impressions made upon the external organs
Christianity - " Such evidence it has afforded in its splendid Train of MIRACLES; in its numerous appeals to the fulfilment of ancient PROPHECIES; in its own powerful INTERNAL evidence; in the INFLUENCE which it has always exercised, and continues to exert, upon the happiness of mankind; and in various collateral circumstances. By Christianity, impurity of thought and desire is restrained in an equal degree as are their overt acts in the lips and conduct. It has restrained the spirit of the prince, and the madness of the people. But we may ask farther, What success has it had on the mind of man, as it respects his eternal welfare? How many thousands have felt its power, rejoiced in its benign influence, and under its dictates been constrained to devote themselves to the glory and praise of God! Burdened with guilt, incapable of finding relief from human resources, the mind has here found peace unspeakable in beholding that sacrifice which alone could atone for transgression. Here the hard and impenitent heart has been softened, the impetuous passions restrained, the ferocious temper subdued, powerful prejudices conquered, ignorance dispelled, and the obstacles to real happiness removed
Monophysitism - When he found that he was about to be condemned for contumacy, he came forth, but brought a large assembly of monks, notables, and even soldiers in his Train
Reformation - Soon after the conclusion of the peace at Nuremburg, died John, elector of Saxony, who was succeeded by his son John Frederic, a prince of invincible fortitude and magnanimity, but whose reign was little better than one continued Train of disappointments and calamities
Basilius, Bishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia - He found the church flooded with "a sea" of worshippers whose chanted psalms pealed forth like thunder, uninterrupted by the entrance of the emperor and his Train
Apostles - Training of the Apostles. The many references made to the Apostles correspond exactly to the position they held; the Gospels are so much occupied with them only because Jesus Himself was constantly occupied with them, not the least of the tasks of His life being to teach and Train them to understand His mind and heart, and to transmit to others a correct representation of what He was and said and did. His primary aim was to discover men who could be taught and Trained to comprehend His character, aims, and labours, who could describe His life to their fellows, who could inform them as to what He said and as to the deeds of mercy and power which He wrought
Babylon - These were succeeded by four square masses of Persian cavalry, each consisting of ten thousand men: and to these again were added, in their order, the Median, Armenian, Hyrcanian, Caducian, and Sacian horsemen,—all, as before, "riding upon horses, every man in array,"—with lines of chariots, four abreast, concluding the Train of the numerous hosts