What does Twice mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
δὶς twice. 5
פַּעֲמָֽיִם stroke 2
פַּעֲמָ֑יִם stroke 2
δισμυριάδες twice. 1
δίς twice. 1
מִשְׁנֶ֔ה double 1
--מִשְׁנֶ֔ה double 1
לְמִשְׁנֶֽה double 1
פַּעֲמַ֔יִם stroke 1
וּ֝שְׁתַּ֗יִם two. 1
שְׁתַּֽיִם־ two. 1

Definitions Related to Twice


   1 Twice.


   1 stroke, beat, foot, step, anvil, occurrence.
      1a foot, hoof-beat, footfall, footstep.
      1b anvil.
      1c occurrence, time, stroke, beat.
         1c1 one time, once, Twice, thrice, as time on time, at this repetition, this once, now at length, now … now, at one time … at another.


   1 double, copy, second, repetition.
      1a double.
      1b copy (of law).
      1c second (in order).
         1c1 second rank.
         1c2 second in age.
      1d second quarter or district.


   1 two.
      1a two (the cardinal number).
         1a1 two, both, double, Twice.
      1b second (the ordinal number).
      1c in combination with other numbers.
      1d both (a dual number).

Frequency of Twice (original languages)

Frequency of Twice (English)


Webster's Dictionary - Twice
(adv.) Doubly; in twofold quantity or degree; as, twice the sum; he is twice as fortunate as his neighbor.
(adv.) Two times; once and again.
King James Dictionary - Twice
TWICE, adv. from two. Two times.
He twice essay'd to cast his son in gold.
1. Doubly as twice the sum. He is twice as fortunate as his neighbor. 2. Twice is used in composition as in twice-told, twice-born, twice-planted, twice-conquered.
Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Twice
1: δίς (Strong's #1364 — Adverb — dis — dece ) occurs in Mark 14:30,72 ; Luke 18:12 ; Jude 1:12 ; combined with nuriades, "ten thousand," in Revelation 9:16 ; rendered "again" in Philippians 4:16 ; 1 Thessalonians 2:18 . See AGAIN.

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Twice - Twice, adv. ...
He Twice essay'd to cast his son in gold. Doubly as Twice the sum. He is Twice as fortunate as his neighbor. Twice is used in composition as in Twice-told, Twice-born, Twice-planted, Twice-conquered
Biconjugate - ) Twice paired, as when a petiole forks Twice
Woe - 1: οὐαί (Strong's #3759 — interjective — ouai — oo-ah'ee ) an interjection, is used (a) in denunciation, Matthew 11:21 ; 18:7 (twice); eight times in ch. 23; 24:19; 26:24; Mark 13:17 ; 14:21 ; Luke 6:24,25 (twice),26; 10:13; six times in ch. 11; Luke 17:1 ; 21:23 ; 22:22 ; 1 Corinthians 9:16 ; Jude 1:11 ; Revelation 8:13 (thrice); 12:12; as a noun, Revelation 9:12 (twice); 11:14 (twice); (b) in grief, "alas," Revelation 18:10,16,19 (twice in each)
Eight - Twice four expressing the number Twice four
Doubly - ) In Twice the quantity; to Twice the degree; as, doubly wise or good; to be doubly sensible of an obligation
Biquintile - ) An aspect of the planets when they are distant from each other by Twice the fifth part of a great circle - that is, Twice 72 degrees
Twice - ) Doubly; in twofold quantity or degree; as, Twice the sum; he is Twice as fortunate as his neighbor
ha'Lak - (smooth ), The mount, a mountain Twice, and Twice only, named, was the southern limit of Joshua's conquests, ( Joshua 11:17 ; 12:7 ) but which has not yet been identified
Quadruplicate - ) Fourfold; doubled Twice; four times repeated; as, a quadruplicate ratio, or a quadruplicate proportion. ) To make fourfold; to double Twice; to quadruple
Bipinnated - ) Twice pinnate
Week - For this idiomatic use of the word see ONE , A, (5); (b) in the singular, Luke 18:12 , "twice in the week," lit. , "twice of the sabbath," i. , "twice in the days after the sabbath
Twelve - ) One more that eleven; two and ten; Twice six; a dozen. ) The number next following eleven; the sum of ten and two, or of Twice six; twelve units or objects; a dozen
Biferous - ) Bearing fruit Twice a year
Quadruplex - ) Fourfold; folded or doubled Twice
Double-Tongued - 1: δίλογος (Strong's #1351 — Verb — dilogos — dil'-og-os ) primarily means "saying the same thing Twice, or given to repetition" (dis, "twice," logos, "a word, or speech"); hence, "saying a thing to one person and giving a different view of it to another, double-tongued," 1 Timothy 3:8
Steal - , "kleptomania"), occurs in Matthew 6:19,20 ; 19:18 ; 27:64 ; 28:13 ; Mark 10:19 ; Luke 18:20 ; John 10:10 ; Romans 2:21 (twice); 13:9; Ephesians 4:28 (twice)
Biannual - ) Occurring Twice a year; half-yearly; semiannual
Double-Dye - ) To dye again or Twice over
Twenty - ) One more that nineteen; Twice; as, twenty men. ) The number next following nineteen; the sum of twelve and eight, or Twice ten; twenty units or objects; a score
Digamy - ) Act, or state, of being Twice married; deuterogamy
Offend - It is used 14 times in Matthew, 8 in Mark, Twice in Luke, Twice in John; elsewhere in 1 Corinthians 8:13 (twice); 2 Corinthians 11:29 . ...
Notes: (1) In James 2:10 ; 3:2 (twice), AV, ptaio, "to stumble," is translated "offend;" see FALL , STUMBLE
Fourteen - Four and ten Twice seven
Ten - Twice five nine and one. With Twice ten sail I cross'd the Phrygian sea
Mattathias - —Occurs Twice in our Lord’s genealogy, Luke 3:25-26
Diplostemonous - ) Having Twice as many stamens as petals, as the geranium
Pound - (see PIECE), occurs in Luke 19:13,16 (twice),18 (twice),20,24 (twice),25
Half-Yearly - Twice in a year; semiannually
Melchi - —Occurs Twice in our Lord’s genealogy, Luke 3:24; Luke 3:28
Bicrenate - ) Twice crenated, as in the case of leaves whose crenatures are themselves crenate
Kit'Tim - Twice written in the Authorized Version for Chittim
Member - 1: μέλος (Strong's #3196 — Noun Neuter — melos — mel'-os ) "a limb of the body," is used (a) literally, Matthew 5:29,30 ; Romans 6:13 (twice),19 (twice); 7:5,23 (twice); 12:4 (twice); 1 Corinthians 12:12 (twice),14,18-20,22,25,26 (twice); James 3:5,6 ; 4:1 ; in Colossians 3:5 , "mortify therefore your members which are upon the earth;" since our bodies and their "members" belong to the earth, and are the instruments of sin, they are referred to as such (cp
Tritovum - ) An embryonic insect which has Twice cast its skin previous to hatching from the egg
Rephaim, Valley of - A valley on the south of Jerusalem, in which the Philistines gathered themselves against Israel, and where David Twice signally defeated them. it is Twice called the 'VALLEY OF THE GIANTS
Seven Times - 1: ἑπτάκις (Strong's #2034 — Adverb — heptakis — hep-tak-is' ) occurs in Matthew 18:21,22 ; Luke 17:4 (twice)
Double-Milled - ) Twice milled or fulled, to render more compact or fine; - said of cloth; as, double-milled kerseymere
Ave Maria Slovenian Publication - Magazine published Twice monthly in the Slovenian language at Lemont, Illinois by the Slovenian Franciscan Fathers; established, 1910
Double-Dyed - ) Dyed Twice; thoroughly or intensely colored; hence; firmly fixed in opinions or habits; as, a double-dyed villain
Twelve - The sum of two and ten Twice six a dozen
Sesquiduplicate - ) Twice and a half as great (as another thing); having the ratio of two and a half to one
Obdiplostemonous - ) Having Twice as many stamens as petals, those of the outer set being opposite the petals; - said of flowers
Earthquake - , "seismic," "seismology," "seismometry"), is used (a) of a "tempest" in the sea, Matthew 8:24 ; (b) of "earthquakes," Matthew 24:7 ; 27:54 ; 28:2 ; Mark 13:8 ; Luke 21:11 ; Acts 16:26 ; Revelation 6:12 ; 8:5 ; 11:13 (twice) ,19; 16:18 (twice)
Palimpsest - ) A parchment which has been written upon Twice, the first writing having been erased to make place for the second
Bis - ) Twice; - a word showing that something is, or is to be, repeated; as a passage of music, or an item in accounts
Megalocyte - ) A large, flattened corpuscle, Twice the diameter of the ordinary red corpuscle, found in considerable numbers in the blood in profound anaemia
Bis - ) Twice; - a word showing that something is, or is to be, repeated; as a passage of music, or an item in accounts
Tail - 1: οὐρά (Strong's #3769 — Noun Feminine — oura — oo-rah' ) "the tail of an animal," occurs in Revelation 9:10 (twice),19; 12:4
Bigeminate - ) Having a forked petiole, and a pair of leaflets at the end of each division; biconjugate; Twice paired; - said of a decompound leaf
Levi (2) - The name occurs Twice in our Lord’s genealogy (Luke 3:24; Luke 3:29)
Perga - It was Twice visited by Paul
Hlas - A Catholic paper published Twice a week in Saint Louis, Missouri, in the Bohemian (Czech) language by the Bohemian Literary Society, Inc
Double - ) To be the double of; to exceed by twofold; to contain or be worth Twice as much as. ) Twofold; multiplied by two; increased by its equivalent; made Twice as large or as much, etc. ) To be increased to Twice the sum, number, quantity, length, or value; to increase or grow to Twice as much. ) Twice; doubly. ) Twice as much; Twice the number, sum, quantity, length, value, and the like. ) A feast in which the antiphon is doubled, hat is, said Twice, before and after the Psalms, instead of only half being said, as in simple feasts. ); among pressmen, a sheet that is Twice pulled, and blurred
Double-Minded - means "two-souled" (dis, "twice," psuche, "a soul"), hence, "double-minded," James 1:8 ; 4:8
Bithynia - A rich Roman province of Asia Minor, on the Black Sea; named only Twice in scripture
Rabboni - ) occurs only Twice in the New Testament (Mark 10:51 , A
Reverted - ) Bent or curved Twice, in opposite directions, or in the form of an S
Twenty - Twice ten as twenty men twenty years
Mor'Asthite, the, - It occurs Twice -- (Jeremiah 26:18 ; Micah 1:1 ) --each time as the description of the prophet Micah
Contribution - 1: κοινωνία (Strong's #2842 — Noun Feminine — koinonia — koy-nohn-ee'-ah ) is Twice rendered "contribution," Romans 15:26 ; 2 Corinthians 9:13 , RV, (AV, "distribution")
Avoid - This verb is used intransitively in 1 Samuel 18:11 ‘David avoided out of his presence Twice
Avot - ) A kind of difficult dance; a dance tune, the air of which has two brisk and lively, yet dignified, strains in common time, each played Twice over
Wolf - 1: λύκος (Strong's #3074 — Noun Masculine — lukos — loo'-kos ) occurs in Matthew 10:16 ; Luke 10:3 ; John 10:12 (twice); metaphorically, Matthew 7:15 ; Acts 20:29
Fathom - 1: ὀργυιά (Strong's #3712 — Noun Feminine — orguia — org-wee-ah' ) akin to orego, "to stretch," is the length of the outstretched arms, about six feet, Acts 27:28 (twice)
Washpot - Twice used by the Psalmist in the sentence, "Moab is my washpot
Length - 1: μῆκος (Strong's #3372 — Noun Neuter — mekos — may'-kos ) "length," from the same root as makros, "long" (see FAR , LONG), occurs in Ephesians 3:18 ; Revelation 21:16 (twice)
Flea, - an insect but Twice mentioned in Scripture, viz
Wife's Mother - 1: πενθερά (Strong's #3994 — Noun Feminine — penthera — pen-ther-ah' ) denotes "a mother-in-law," Matthew 8:14 ; 10:35 ; Mark 1:30 ; Luke 4:38 ; 12:53 (twice)
Fourteen - ) Four and ten more; Twice seven
Cainan - —The name occurs Twice in St
Release - 1: ἀπολύω (Strong's #630 — Verb — apoluo — ap-ol-oo'-o ) "to loose from," is translated "to release" in Matthew 18:27 , RV (AV, "loosed"); 27:15,17,21,26; Mark 15:6,9,11,15 ; Luke 6:37 (twice), RV (AV, "forgive" and "ye shall be forgiven"); 23:16 (ver. go"); John 18:39 (twice); 19:10; in John 19:12 , in the 1st part, AV and RV; in the 2nd part, RV, "release" (AV, "let
Sickle - 1: δρέπανον (Strong's #1407 — Noun Neuter — drepanon — drep'-an-on ) "a pruning hook, a sickle" (akin to drepo, "to pluck"), occurs in Mark 4:29 ; Revelation 14:14-18 (twice),19
Chaldron - ) An English dry measure, being, at London, 36 bushels heaped up, or its equivalent weight, and more than Twice as much at Newcastle
Ascians - ) Persons who, at certain times of the year, have no shadow at noon; - applied to the inhabitants of the torrid zone, who have, Twice a year, a vertical sun
Seventh - 1: ἕβδομος (Strong's #1442 — Adjective — hebdomos — heb'-dom-os ) occurs in John 4:52 ; Hebrews 4:4 (twice); Jude 1:14 ; Revelation 8:1 ; 10:7 ; 11:15 ; 16:17 ; 21:20
Week - I fast Twice in the week
Thrice - 1: τρίς (Strong's #5151 — Adverb — tris — trece ) occurs in Matthew 26:34,75 and parallel passages; in Acts 10:16 ; 11:10 , preceded by epi, "up to;" 2 Corinthians 11:25 (twice); 12:8
Mother-in-Law - 1: πενθερά (Strong's #3994 — Noun Feminine — penthera — pen-ther-ah' ) the feminine of pentheros ("a father-in-law"), occurs in Matthew 8:14 ; 10:35 ; Mark 1:30 ; Luke 4:38 ; 12:53 (twice)
Spare, Sparingly - , "to forego" the infliction of that evil or retribution which was designed, is used with a negative in Acts 20:29 ; Romans 8:32 ; 11:21 (twice); 2 Corinthians 13:2 ; 2 Peter 2:4,5 ; positively, in 1 Corinthians 7:28 ; 2 Corinthians 1:3 ; rendered "forbear" in 2 Corinthians 12:6 . " ...
B — 1: φειδομένως (Strong's #5340 — Adverb — pheidomenos — fi-dom-en'-oce ) akin to A, "sparingly," occurs in 2 Corinthians 9:6 (twice), of sowing and reaping
Print - 1, is translated "print" in John 20:25 (twice), of the marks made by the nails in the hands of Christ
Terrestrial - 1: ἐπίγειος (Strong's #1919 — Adjective — epigeios — ep-ig'-i-os ) "on earth, earthly" (epi, "on," ge, "the earth"), is rendered "terrestrial" in 1 Corinthians 15:40 (twice), in contrast to epouranios, "heavenly
Mire - , Jeremiah 38:6 (twice), of the "mire" in the dungeon into which Jeremiah was cast
Warm - ), when used in the Middle Voice, signifies "to warm oneself," Mark 14:54,67 ; John 18:18 (twice),25; James 2:16
Pearl - , Margaret), occurs in Matthew 7:6 (proverbially and figuratively); 13:45,46; 1 Timothy 2:9 ; Revelation 17:4 ; 18:12,16 ; 21:21 (twice)
Whale - , Genesis 1:21 ; Job 3:8 ; 9:13 ; 26:12 ; Jonah 1:17 (twice); 2:1,10
Weep, Weeping - A — 1: κλαίω (Strong's #2799 — Verb — klaio — klah'-yo ) is used of "any loud expression of grief," especially in mourning for the dead, Matthew 2:18 ; Mark 5:38,39 ; 16:10 ; Luke 7:13 ; 8:52 (twice); John 11:31,33 (twice); 20:11 (twice),13,15; Acts 9:39 ; otherwise, e
Leaf - ), is found in Matthew 21:19 ; 24:32 ; Mark 11:13 (twice); 13:28; Revelation 22:2
Orpah - ” Daughter-in-law of Naomi who returned to her people and gods after Naomi Twice requested that she go (Ruth 1:4-15 )
Tame - 1: δαμάζω (Strong's #1150 — Verb — damazo — dam-ad'-zo ) "to subdue, tame," is used (a) naturally in Mark 5:4 ; James 3:7 (twice); (b) metaphorically, of the tongue, in James 3:8
Bination - The offering of Mass Twice on the same day by the same celebrant; permitted on days when the faithful are obliged to assist at Mass and there are not enough priests for the number of Masses needed by the congregations
Pentamerous - ) Divided into, or consisting of, five parts; also, arranged in sets, with five parts in each set, as a flower with five sepals, five petals, five, or Twice five, stamens, and five pistils
Doublethreaded - ) Having two screw threads instead of one; - said of a screw in which the pitch is equal to Twice the distance between the centers of adjacent threads
Semimonthly - ) Coming or made Twice in a month; as, semimonthly magazine; a semimonthly payment
Jesuatesses - They spoke only when necessary, fasted rigidly, and chastised their bodies Twice daily
di - ...
A prefix, signifying twofold, double, Twice...
Six - ) One more than five; Twice three; as, six yards
Two - ) One and one; Twice one
Abbey of Abingdon - It was Twice destroyed by the Danes
Abingdon, Abbey of - It was Twice destroyed by the Danes
di - ...
A prefix, signifying twofold, double, Twice...
Sisters of the Visitation of Mary - They spoke only when necessary, fasted rigidly, and chastised their bodies Twice daily
Thou - , John 1:19,21 (twice),25,42 (twice); 8:5,13,25,33,48,52,53; Acts 9:5 ; in addressing a person or place, e
Reap - 1: θερίζω (Strong's #2325 — Verb — therizo — ther-id'-zo ) "to reap" (akin to theros, "summer, harvest"), is used (a) literally, Matthew 6:26 ; 25:24,26 ; Luke 12:24 ; 19:21,22 ; James 5:4 (2nd part), AV, "have reaped;" (b) figuratively or in proverbial expressions, John 4:36 (twice),37,38, with immediate reference to bringing Samaritans into the kingdom of God, in regard to which the disciples would enjoy the fruits of what Christ Himself had been doing in Samaria; the Lord's words are, however, of a general application in respect of such service; in 1 Corinthians 9:11 , with reference to the right of the Apostle and his fellow missionaries to receive material assistance from the church, a right which he forbore to excerise; in 2 Corinthians 9:6 (twice), with reference to rendering material help to the needy, either "sparingly" or "bountifully," the "reaping" being proportionate to the sowing; in Galatians 6:7,8 (twice), of "reaping" corruption, with special reference, according to the context, to that which is naturally shortlived, transient (though the statement applies to every form of sowing to the flesh), and of "reaping" eternal life (characteristics and moral qualities being in view), as a result of sowing "to the Spirit," the reference probably being to the new nature of the believer, which is, however, under the controlling power of the Holy Spirit, Galatians 6:9 , the "reaping" (the effect of well doing) being accomplished, to a limited extent, in this life, but in complete fulfillment at and beyond the Judgment-Seat of Christ; diligence or laxity here will then produce proportionate results; in Revelation 14:15 (twice),16, figurative of the discriminating judgment Divinely to be fulfilled at the close of this age, when the wheat will be separated from the tares (see Matthew 13:30 )
Bisulphate - ) A sulphate in which but half the hydrogen of the acid is replaced by a positive element or radical, thus making the proportion of the acid to the positive or basic portion Twice what it is in the normal sulphates; an acid sulphate
Semidiurnal - ) Pertaining to, or accomplished in, half a day, or twelve hours; occurring Twice every day
Unction - This term occurs only in 1 John 2:20 , though the same word, χρίσμα, is Twice translated 'anointing' in 1 John 2:27
ga'Zez - (shearer ), a name which occurs Twice in ( 1 Chronicles 2:46 ) --first as son of Caleb by Ephah his concubine, and second as son of Haran, the son of the same woman
Science - ]'>[1] only Twice ( Daniel 1:4 , 1 Timothy 6:20 ), and in both places it simply means ‘knowledge’; as in Barlowe’s Dialoge , p
Bicarbonate - ) A carbonate in which but half the hydrogen of the acid is replaced by a positive element or radical, thus making the proportion of the acid to the positive or basic portion Twice what it is in the normal carbonates; an acid carbonate; - sometimes called supercarbonate
Four - ) One more than three; Twice two
Allahabad, Diocese of - Anastasius Hartman was the first vicar Apostolic, an office he held Twice
a'Chish - David Twice found a refuge with him when he fled from Saul
Widow - , "a woman a widow;" Luke 7:12 ; 18:3,5 ; 20:47 ; 21:2,3 ; Acts 6:1 ; 9:39,41 ; 1 Timothy 5:3 (twice),4,5,11,16 (twice); James 1:27 ; 1 Timothy 5:9 refers to elderly "widows" (not an ecclesiastical "order"), recognized, for relief or maintenance by the church (cp
Shear, Shearer, Shorn - , "the (one) shearing:" (b) in the Middle Voice, "to have one's hair cut off, be shorn," Acts 18:18 ; 1 Corinthians 11:6 (twice; cp
Coriander Seed - It is a globular ‘fruit’ about Twice the size of a hemp seed
Instrument - ]'>[1] (though only Twice in NT, both times in Romans 6:13 ) for any utensil, implement, or weapon, and in Tob 7:14 , 1Ma 13:42 for a legal document or deed
Whirlwind - It is Twice connected with the south
Derbe - It is Twice mentioned with Lystra, and is placed on the maps to the east of that city
Zophar - He appears but Twice in the dialogue, once less than his two associates, whose general sentiments he shares, with perhaps more severity of judgment against Job, Job 2:11 ; 11:1-20 ; Job 20:1 - 29
Horse - 1: ἵππος (Strong's #2462 — Noun Masculine — hippos — hip'-pos ) apart from the fifteen occurrences in the Apocalypse, occurs only in James 3:3 ; in the Apocalypse "horses" are seen in visions in Revelation 6:2,4,5,8 ; 9:7,9,17 (twice); 14:20; 19:11,14,19,21; otherwise in Revelation 18:13 ; 19:18
Unrighteous - 1: ἄδικος (Strong's #94 — Adjective — adikos — ad'-ee-kos ) not conforming to dike, "right," is translated "unrighteous" in Luke 16:10 (twice), RV, 16:11; Romans 3:5 ; 1 Corinthians 6:1 , RV; 6:9; Hebrews 6:10 ; 1 Peter 3:18 , RV
Relieve - 1: ἐπαρκέω (Strong's #1884 — Verb — eparkeo — ep-ar-keh'-o ) signifies "to be strong enough for," and so either "to ward off," or "to aid, to relieve" (a strengthened form of arkeo, which has the same three meanings, epi being intensive); it is used in 1 Timothy 5:10,16 (twice)
Nogah - The omission of the name in the parallel list (2 Samuel 5:15 ) has suggested that the name results from dittography or copying Twice of the following name, Nepheg
Lawgiver - This in the first place refers to God; but in human affairs He is pleased to delegate His authority to the rulers, and Judah is Twice mentioned as God's lawgiver
Hymenae'us - (belonging to marriage ), the name of a person occurring Twice in the correspondence between St
Coriander - It is mentioned Twice in the Bible
Wormwood - , "absinthe"), a plant both bitter and deleterious, and growing in desolate places, figuratively suggestive of "calamity" (Lamentations 3:15 ) and injustice (Amos 5:7 ), is used in Revelation 8:11 (twice; in the 1st part as a proper name)
Collegians - or COLLEGIANTS, a sect formed among the Arminians and Anabaptists in Holland, about the beginning of the seventeenth century; so called because of their colleges or meetings Twice every week, where every one, females excepted, has the same liberty of expounding the Scripture, praying, &c. They are said to be all either Arians or Socinians: they never communicate in the college, but meet Twice a year, from all parts of Holland, at Rhinsberg (whence they are also called Rhtnsberghers, ) a village two miles from Leyden, where they communicate together; admitting every one that presents himself, professing his faith in the divinity of the Holy Scriptures, and resolution to live suitably to their precepts and doctrines, without regard to his sect or opinion
i'Vah - (ruined ), or A'va , which is mentioned in Scripture Twice, ( 2 Kings 18:34 ; 19:13 ) comp
Wood - 1: ξύλον (Strong's #3586 — Noun Neuter — xulon — xoo'-lon ) denotes "timber, wood for any use" 1 Corinthians 3:12 ; Revelation 18:12 (twice)
Practice - ); Acts 19:19 ; Romans 1:32 (twice); 2:1,2,3; 7:15,19; Galatians 5:21
Sop - 1: ψωμίον (Strong's #5596 — Noun Neuter — psomion — pso-mee'-on ) a diminutive of psomos, "a morsel," denotes "a fragment, a sop" (akin to psomizo; see FEED), John 13:26 (twice),27,30
Double - A — 1: διπλοῦς (Strong's #1362 — Adjective — diplous — dip-looce' ) denotes "twofold, double," 1 Timothy 5:17 ; Revelation 18:6 (twice)
Twenty - 1: εἴκοσι (Strong's #1501 — Noun — eikosi — i'-kos-ee ) occurs in Luke 14:31 ; John 6:19 ; Acts 1:15 ; 27:28 ; 1 Corinthians 10:8 ; of the "four and twenty" elders, in Revelation 4:4 (twice),10; 5:8; 11:16; 19:4 (combined in one numeral with tessares, "four," in some mss
Short, Shorten - 1: κολοβόω (Strong's #2856 — Verb — koloboo — kol-ob-o'-o ) denotes "to cut off, amputate" (kolobos, "docked"); hence, "to curtail, shorten," said of the "shortening" by God of the time of the great tribulation, Matthew 24:22 (twice); Mark 13:20 (twice). " ...
3: συντηρέω (Strong's #4933 — Verb — suntemno — soon-tay-reh'-o ) primarily, "to cut in pieces" (sun, "together," temno, "to cut"), then, "to cut down, cut short," is used metaphorically in Romans 9:28 (twice in some texts), "the Lord will execute His word (logos, not "work," as AV) upon the earth, finishing it and cutting it short," i
Shekel, Half Shekel - , dis, "twice," drachme, "a drachma," the coin mentioned in Luke 15:8,9 ), was the amount of the tribute in the 1st cent. , due from every adult Jew for the maintenance of the Temple services, Matthew 17:24 (twice)
Pavilion - KJV used pavilion seven times: three times in the literal sense of tents used in military campaigns (1Kings 20:12,1 Kings 20:16 ; Jeremiah 43:10 ); Twice of the thick canopy of clouds surrounding God (2 Samuel 22:12 ; Psalm 18:11 ) which illustrates the mystery of God; and Twice as an image of God's protection (Psalm 27:5 ; Psalm 31:20 )
Ear - 1: στάχυς (Strong's #4719 — Noun Masculine — stachus — stakh'-oos ) is found in Matthew 12:1 ; Mark 2:23 ; 4:28 ("ear," Twice); Luke 6:1
Release, Year of - The Hebrew expression occurs only Twice (Deuteronomy 15:9 ; Deuteronomy 31:10 KJV and RSV), both times in reference to the sabbatical year as a year of release from debt
Chest - 'Αron , always, except Twice (Joseph's coffin and Jehoiada's alms chest, Genesis 50:26; 2 Kings 12:9-10), used for the ark of the covenant; the "ark" (teebah ) of Noah, and that of bulrushes in which Moses was put, is quite distinct
Nurse - Twice the expression, 'nursing fathers,' occurs, and queens are to be 'nursing mothers' to Israel in the future
Horsemen - ...
2: ἱππικός (Strong's #2461 — Adjective — hippikos — hip-pee-kon' ) an adjective signifying "of a horse" or "of horsemen, equestrian," is used as a noun denoting "cavalry," in Revelation 9:16 , "horsemen," numbering "twice ten thousand times ten thousand," RV
Ear - 1: στάχυς (Strong's #4719 — Noun Masculine — stachus — stakh'-oos ) is found in Matthew 12:1 ; Mark 2:23 ; 4:28 ("ear," Twice); Luke 6:1
Suburbs - ), which occurs Twice in 1 Chronicles 26:18
Ambrose of Siena, Blessed - When Siena Twice rebelled against the Holy See, Ambrose's eloquence obtained its pardon
Innocent - It occurs only Twice in the N
Sennacherib - He invaded Palestine Twice; during his second invasion, the bulk of his army was miraculously destroyed, the rest fleeing with him
Waver, Wavering - " ...
B — 1: διακρίνω (Strong's #1252 — Verb — diakrino — dee-ak-ree'-no ) is rendered "to waver" in Romans 4:20 , RV (AV, "staggered"); in James 1:6 (twice)
Fodder - Farmers fodder their cattle Twice or thrice in a day
Rie - ]'>[1] spelling of ‘rye’ ) occurs Twice ( Exodus 9:32 , Isaiah 28:25 ) in AV Invitatory - The antiphon is repeated entire, Twice before the first part, once after parts 1,3, 5; its second part only after 2,4; in part and then entire after the "Gloria Patri
Quadruple - ) To multiply by four; to increase fourfold; to double; to double Twice
Aviators - The French aviator Georges Guynemer, who engaged in 215 aerial battles, brought down 54 enemy airplanes, was Twice wounded, and finally killed in action, was a devout Catholic
Adamant - This word is found Twice in our version, Ezekiel 3:9; Zechariah 7:12, in both eases used metaphorically to signify firmness of character and purpose
Archangel - Archangel, a chief angel, only Twice used in the Bible
pe'or - ( Numbers 23:14,28 ) In four passages -- (Numbers 25:18 ) Twice; Numb 31:16; Joshua 22:17 --Peor occurs as a contraction for Baal-peor
Sorrow, Sorrowful - A — 1: λύπη (Strong's #3077 — Noun Feminine — lupe — loo'-pay ) "grief, sorrow," is translated "sorrow" in Luke 22:45 ; John 16:6,20-22 ; Romans 9:2 , RV (AV, "heaviness"); 2 Corinthians 2:1 , RV; 2:3,7; 7:10 (twice); Philippians 2:27 (twice). ...
A — 4: πένθος (Strong's #3997 — Noun Neuter — penthos — pen'-thos ) "mourning," "sorrow," Revelation 18:7 (twice); 21:4; see MOURN
Refuse - , "avoid;" AV, "reject"); Hebrews 12:25 (twice), perhaps in the sense of "begging off. ...
Notes: (1) For parakouo, "to refuse to hear," RV in Matthew 18:17 (twice), see HEAR , A, No
Talent - It is mentioned in Matthew only, Matthew 18:24 ; 25:15,16,20 (twice in the best texts),22 (thrice),24,25,28 (twice)
Chirograph - ) A writing which, requiring a counterpart, was engrossed Twice on the same piece of parchment, with a space between, in which was written the word chirographum, through which the parchment was cut, and one part given to each party
Pisidia - Paul Twice visited Pisidia, passing directly north from Perga to Antioch, Acts 13:14, and again returning through Pisidia to Pamphylia
Iim - Many Bible students think a copyist copied parts of the following Ezem Twice
Retain - 1: κρατέω (Strong's #2902 — Verb — krateo — krat-eh'-o ) "to be strong, obtain, hold, hold fast," is translated "to retain," of sins, John 20:23 (twice); see on REMIT
Effeminate - ), is used (a) of raiment, Matthew 11:8 (twice); Luke 7:25 ; (b) metaphorically, in a bad sense, 1 Corinthians 6:9 , "effeminate," not simply of a male who practices forms of lewdness, but persons in general, who are guilty of addiction to sins of the flesh, voluptuous
Elpaal - ” A clan name in the tribe of Benjamin, mentioned Twice in 1 Chronicles 8:1 (1Chronicles 8:11-12, 1 Chronicles 8:18 )
Minstrel - (αὐλητής, from αὐλός, ‘pipe’)...
The word appears Twice in the NT
Arcturus - The name is mentioned four times in the Vulgate and Twice in the Authorized Version, the only common reference being in Job 9
Leeks, - The Hebrew word seems to refer to what is 'green,' and is often translated 'grass;' Twice it is rendered 'hay ' and once 'herb,' but the leek is very likely referred to in Numbers 11:5
Lampstand - 1: λυχνία (Strong's #3087 — Noun Feminine — luchnia — lookh-nee'-ah ) is mistranslated "candlestick" in every occurrence in the AV and in certain places in the RV; the RV has "stand" in Matthew 5:15 ; Mark 4:21 ; Luke 8:16 ; 11:33 ; "candlestick" in Hebrews 9:2 ; Revelation 1:12,13,20 (twice); 2:1,5; 11:4; the RV marg
Tooth, Teeth - in Matthew 5:38 (twice); elsewhere in the plural, of "the gnashing of teeth," the gnashing being expressive of anguish and indignation, Matthew 8:12 ; 13:42,50 ; 22:13 ; 24:51 ; 25:30 ; Mark 9:18 ; Luke 13:28 ; Acts 7:54 ; in Revelation 9:8 , of the beings seen in a vision and described as locusts
bi - ...
In most branches of science bi- in composition denotes two, Twice, or doubly; as, bidentate, two-toothed; biternate, doubly ternate, etc
Archangel - This world is only Twice used in the Bible, 1 Thessalonians 4:16 Jude 1:9
Fountain of the Virgin - ...
This spring has the singular characteristic of being intermittent, flowing from three to five times daily in winter, Twice daily in summer, and only once daily in autumn
Mareshah - It is mentioned once or Twice in the history of the Maccabæan struggles
An - In such expressions as "twice an hour," "once an age," a shilling an ounce (see 2d A, 2), it has a distributive force, and is equivalent to each, every
Jehonathan - ]'>[1] this form occurs Twice
Adalbert, Saint - He was Twice expelled from the diocese of Prague for his efforts to reform the clergy
Lycaonia - A province of Asia Minor which the apostle Paul Twice visited
An - In such expressions as "twice an hour," "once an age," a shilling an ounce (see 2d A, 2), it has a distributive force, and is equivalent to each, every
no'Pha - A name very similar to Nophah is Nobah, which is Twice mentioned
Mote - 1: κάρφος (Strong's #2595 — Noun Neuter — karphos — kar'-fos ) "a small, dry stalk, a twig, a bit of dried stick" (from karpho, "to dry up"), or "a tiny straw or bit of wool," such as might fly into the eye, is used metaphorically of a minor fault, Matthew 7:3,4,5 ; Luke 6:41,42 (twice), in contrast with dokos, "a beam supporting the roof of a building" (see BEAM)
Town - " The RV always renders this "village" or "villages," AV, "town" or "towns," Matthew 10:11 ; Mark 8:23,26 (twice),27; Luke 5:17 ; 9:6,12 ; John 7:42 ; 11:1,30
Stretch - 1: ἐκτείνω (Strong's #1614 — Verb — ekteino — ek-ti'-no ) "to stretch out or forth," is so rendered in Matthew 12:13 (twice),49; 14:31; 26:51; Mark 3:5 (twice); Luke 6:10 ; in Matthew 8:3 ; Mark 1:41 ; Luke 5:13 , RV (AV, "put forth"); Luke 22:53 ; John 21:18 ; Acts 4:30 ; 26:1
I - , John 4:14,26,32,38 ; 5:34,36,43,45 ; 6:35,40,41,48,51 (twice),63,70; instances in the Epistles are Romans 7:9,14,17,20 (twice), 24,25; there are more in that chapter than in any other outside the Gospel of John
Afflictions: Tokens of Divine Regard - Out in the meadows there is no such repeated cutting, they are mown but once or Twice in the year, Even thus the nearer we are to God, and the more regard he has for us, the more frequent will be our adversities
Nard - The term appears Twice in the Song of Solomon (Romans 1:12 ; Romans 4:13-14 ) and in two of the gospel accounts of the woman anointing Jesus at Simon's house in Bethany (Mark 14:3 ; John 12:3 ; “spikenard,” KJV)
Hadadezer - He was Twice defeated by king David's armies
Lunatics - This word is used Twice in the New Testament—Matthew 4:24; Matthew 17:15; but rendered epileptic in the R
Sabaoth - The phrase "Lord of Sabaoth" occurs Twice in the New Testament, in Romans 9:29 and James 5:4 It should not be mistaken as referring to the Sabbath
Tribute - ...
3: δίδραχμον (Strong's #1323 — Noun Neuter — didrachmon — did'-rakh-mon ) "the half-shekel," is rendered "tribute" in Matthew 17:24 (twice): see SHEKEL , No
Bethel - Nearby Abraham Twice offered sacrifice (Genesis 12,13)
Plague - ...
2: πληγή (Strong's #4127 — Noun Feminine — plege — play-gay' ) "a stripe, wound" (akin to plesso, "to smite"), is used metaphorically of a calamity, "a plague," Revelation 9:20 ; 11:6 ; 15:1,6,8 ; 16:9,21 (twice); 18:4,8; 21:9; 22:18
Flower - A — 1: ἄνθος (Strong's #438 — Noun Neuter — anthos — anth'-os ) "a blossom, flower" (used in certain names of flowers), occurs in James 1:10,11 ; 1 Peter 1:24 (twice)
Regret - A — 1: μεταμέλομαι (Strong's #3338 — Verb — metamelomai — met-am-el'-lom-ahee ) "to regret, to repent one," is translated "to regret" in 2 Corinthians 7:8 , RV (twice), AV, "repent
Merab - ” Eldest daughter of King Saul (1 Samuel 14:49 ), who was Twice promised to David in exchange for killing Goliath (1 Samuel 17:25 ) and for fighting the Lord's battles against the Philistines (1 Samuel 18:17-19 )
Jaakan - " Probably Israel visited the two places Twice: on the first march toward Canaan, from Mosera to Benejaakan (Numbers 33:31); the reverse order in Deuteronomy 10:6, the 40th year, when the march was differently directed
Augmentation - ) In counterpoint and fugue, a repetition of the subject in tones of Twice the original length
Hanun - The name occurs Twice in the list of those who repaired the wall and the gates of Jerus
Medicine - The prophet Jeremiah Twice observes that when God brings His judgements upon a people, no medicine will cure them
Rose - occurs Twice only, viz
Idle - the verb katargeo, "to reduce to inactivity:" See ABOLISH); it is used (a) literally, Matthew 20:3,6 ; 1 Timothy 5:13 (twice); Titus 1:12 , RV , "idle (gluttons);" 2 Peter 1:8 , RV , "idle," AV, "barren;" (b) metaphorically in the sense of "ineffective, worthless," as of a word, Matthew 12:36 ; of faith unaccompanied by works, James 2:20 (some mss
Rock - For the nature of petra, see Matthew 7:24,25 ; 27:51,60 ; Mark 15:46 ; Luke 6:48 (twice), a type of a sure foundation (here the true reading is as in the RV, "because it had been well builded"); Revelation 6:15,16 (cp. ; Hosea 10:8 ); Luke 8:6,13 , used illustratively; 1 Corinthians 10:4 (twice), figuratively, of Christ; in Romans 9:33 ; 1 Peter 2:8 , metaphorically, of Christ; in Matthew 16:18 , metaphorically, of Christ and the testimony concerning Him; here the distinction between petra, concerning the Lord Himself, and Petros, the Apostle, is clear (see above)
Table - 1: τράπεζα (Strong's #5132 — Noun Feminine — trapeza — trap'-ed-zah ) is used of (a) "a dining table," Matthew 15:27 ; Mark 7:28 ; Luke 16:21 ; 22:21,30 ; (b) "the table of shewbread," Hebrews 9:2 ; (c) by metonymy, of "what is provided on the table" (the word being used of that with which it is associated), Acts 16:34 ; Romans 11:9 (figurative of the special privileges granted to Israel and centering in Christ); 1 Corinthians 10:21 (twice), "the Lord's table," denoting all that is provided for believers in Christ on the ground of His death (and thus expressing something more comprehensive than the Lord's Supper); "the table of demons," denoting all that is partaken of by idolaters as the result of the influence of demons in connection with their sacrifices; (d) "a moneychanger's table," Matthew 21:12 ; Mark 11:15 ; John 2:15 ; (e) "a bank," Luke 19:23 (cp. ...
2: πλάξ (Strong's #4109 — Noun Feminine — plax — plax ) primarily denotes "anything flat and broad," hence, "a flat stone, a tablet," 2 Corinthians 3:3 (twice); Hebrews 9:4
Understanding - 1, is translated "understanding" in Luke 24:45 , AV (RV, "mind"); 1 Corinthians 14:14,15 (twice),19; Philippians 4:7 ; Revelation 13:18 . ...
Note: In 1 Corinthians 14:20 , AV, phren, "the mind," is translated "understanding" (twice), RV, "mind
Gabriel - Twice he appeared to Daniel (John 8:15-27 ; John 9:20-27 )
Mule, - "The mule is smaller than the horse, and is a remarkably hardy, patient, obstinate, sure-footed animal, living, ordinarily, Twice as long as a horse
Overmuch - (2) In 2 Corinthians 12:7 (twice), RV, huperairo, in the Middle Voice, "to uplift oneself," is translated "I should (not) be exalted overmuch," AV, "
Phrygia - People from Phrygia were present at Pentecost, Acts 2:10; and the apostle Paul Twice traversed the country
Christian - Name by which believers in Christ were known soon after His Ascension; it occurs Twice in Acts 11,26, and in 1 Peter 4
Sorry - A — 1: λυπέω (Strong's #3076 — Verb — lupeo — loo-peh'-o ) is rendered "to be sorry" (Passive Voice) in Matthew 14:9 , AV (RV, "grieved"); 17:23; 18:31; 2 Corinthians 2:2 [1]; 2:4, RV, "made sorry;" 2 Corinthians 9:9,11 , RV, "ye were made sorry
Execration - The term appears in the KJV Twice (Jeremiah 42:18 ,Jeremiah 42:18,44:12 ), both times in reference to the fate of the remnant who disobeyed God's word and sought safety in Egypt
Pamphylia - Paul visited the province Twice on his first missionary journey
Scriptures: Reading of - Lord Bacon tells of a certain bishop who used to bathe regularly Twice every day, and on being asked why he bathed thus often, replied, 'Because I cannot conveniently do it three times
Declaim - , in public as a rhetorical exercise; to practice public speaking; as, the students declaim Twice a week
Adamant - ADAMANT is Twice ( Ezekiel 3:9 , Zechariah 7:12 ) used in AV Abbey of Crowland - It was detroyed by the Danes, 866, rebuilt about the middle of the 10th century, but subsequently destroyed Twice by fire
Abbey of Croyland - It was detroyed by the Danes, 866, rebuilt about the middle of the 10th century, but subsequently destroyed Twice by fire
Teman, Temani, Temanites - It is four times connected with Edom, and Twice with Dedan: this associates it with the south
Hasten, Make Haste - Mâhar occurs approximately 70 times in the Hebrew Bible; it appears Twice in the first verse in which it is found: “And Abraham hastened into the tent unto Sarah, and said, Make ready quickly three measures of fine meal …” ( Broad, Breadth - ...
C — 1: πλάτος (Strong's #4114 — Noun Neuter — platos — plat'-os ) denotes "breadth," Ephesians 3:18 ; Revelation 20:9 ; 21:16 (twice)
Onesiph'Orus - (bringing profit ) is named Twice only in the New Testament, viz
Lunatics - This word is used Twice in the New Testament-- ( Matthew 4:24 ; 17:15 ) Translated epileptic in the Revised Version
Hereafter - , "after these things," John 13:7 ; Revelation 1:19 , and frequently in the Apocalypse, see Revelation 4:1 (twice); 7:9; 9:12; 15:5; 18:1; 19:1; 20:3
Persecute, Persecution - ); 21:12; John 5:16 ; 15:20 (twice); Acts 7:52 ; 9:4,5 , and similar passages; Romans 12:14 ; 1 Corinthians 4:12 ; 15:9 ; 2 Corinthians 4:9 , AV (RV, "pursued"); Galatians 1:13,23 ; 4:29 ; Galatians 5:11 , RV, "am . 1, occurs in Matthew 13:21 ; Mark 4:17 ; 10:30 ; Acts 8:1 ; 13:50 ; Romans 8:35 ; 2 Corinthians 12:10 ; 2 Thessalonians 1:4 ; 2 Timothy 3:11 , Twice (for ver
no Wise, Anywise - 1: οὐ μή (Strong's #3364 — particle — ou me — oo may ) a double negative, strongly expressing a negation, is translated "in no wise" in Matthew 5:18,20 , RV (AV, "in no case"); Matthew 10:42 ; Luke 18:17 ; John 6:37 ; Acts 13:41 ; Revelation 21:27 ; in Matthew 13:14 (twice, RV; AV, "not"); so in Mark 9:1 ; Luke 9:27 ; John 4:48 ; Acts 28:26 (twice); 1 Thessalonians 4:15 ; in Luke 10:19 , RV "(nothing)
Yield - ...
3: παρίστανω (Strong's #3936 — Verb — paristemi | paristano — par-is'-tay-mee, par-is-tan'-o ) "to present," is translated "to yield" in Romans 6:13 (twice),16,19 (twice), RV, "to present," in each place
Vain, in Vain, Vainly - A — 1: κενός (Strong's #2756 — Adjective — kenos — ken-os' ) "empty," with special reference to quality, is translated "vain" (as an adjective) in Acts 4:25 ; 1 Corinthians 15:10,14 (twice); Ephesians 5:6 ; Colossians 2:8 ; James 2:20 ; in the following the neuter, kenon, follows the preposition eis, "in," and denotes "in vain," 2 Corinthians 6:1 ; Galatians 2:2 ; Philippians 2:16 (twice); 1 Thessalonians 3:5 . " ...
C — 3: εἰκῇ (Strong's #1500 — Adverb — eike — i-kay' ) denotes (a) "without cause," "vainly," Colossians 2:18 ; (b) "to no purpose," "in vain," Romans 13:4 ; Galatians 3:4 (twice); 4:11
Liturgy, Peace in - In word and ceremony jt oocurs frequently, particularly at Holy Mass, in the Canon, in prayers six times, and Twice in action as the priest drops the particle of the Host into the chalice, and as he gives the kiss of peace to the deacon, who in turn passes it on to the assisting clergy
Golgotha - The Hebrew term appears Twice in the Old Testament in its literal sense
Revelry - KJV used “revellings” but Twice, as a work of the flesh (Galatians 5:21 ) and as behavior associated with Gentiles (1 Peter 4:3 )
Novena of the Sacred Heart - They may be gained Twice yearly, once in connection with the Feast of the Sacred Heart and once at any time during the year, using any form of prayers approved by competent ecclesiastical authority
Rabboni - The word occurs only Twice in the Gospels, viz
Sacred Heart, Novena of the - They may be gained Twice yearly, once in connection with the Feast of the Sacred Heart and once at any time during the year, using any form of prayers approved by competent ecclesiastical authority
jo-an'na -
Son of Rhesa, according to the text of (Luke 3:27 ) and one of the ancestors of Christ; but according to the view explained in a previous article, son of Zerubbabel, and the same as HANANIAH in (1 Chronicles 3:19 ) ...
The name of a woman, occurring Twice in (Luke 8:3 ; 24:10 ) but evidently denoting the same person, (A
Nave - In (Ezekiel 1:18 ) it is rendered Twice "rings," and margin "strakes," an old word apparently used for the nave (hub) of a wheel and also more probably for the felloe or the tire, as making the streak or stroke upon the ground
Pisid'ia - Paul passed through Pisidia Twice, with Barnabas, on the first missionary journey, i
Again - 1: δίς (Strong's #1364 — Adverb — dis — dece ) the ordinary numeral adverb signifying Twice, is rendered "again" in Philippians 4:16 , "ye sent once and again unto my need," and in 1 Thessalonians 2:18 , where Paul states that he would have come to the Thessalonians "once and again," that is, Twice at least he had attempted to do so. See Twice
Tah'Panhes, Tehaph'Nehes, Tahap'Anes, - (Jeremiah 44:1 ) It was an important town, being Twice mentioned by the latter prophet with Noph or Memphis
Edge, Edged - , "double-mouthed" (dis, "twice," and A
Children: Perseverance Heeded in Teaching - We may well give the lesson once expecting the child's frail memory to lose it; Twice, reckoning that the devil, like an ill bird, will steal it; thrice, hoping that it will take root downward, and bring forth fruit upward to the glory of God
Eliphelet - He is apparently listed Twice in both 1Chronicles 3:6,1 Chronicles 3:8 and 1Chronicles 14:5, 1 Chronicles 14:7 , with an abbreviated Hebrew spelling in 1 Chronicles 14:5
Mahanaim - It served as a refuge Twice: for Ishbosheth after Saul's death (2 Samuel 2:8-9 ), and for David when Absalom usurped the throne (2 Samuel 17:24-27 )
Sandals - We meet with this word but Twice in the Scripture, Mark 6:9; Acts 12:8
Ahitub - The name occurs Twice in the Chronicler's list of priests (1 Chronicles 6:7-8 , 1 Chronicles 6:11-12 , 1 Chronicles 6:52 )
Pisidia - Paul passed through Pisidia Twice on his first missionary tour; in going from Perga to Iconium, and in returning (Acts 13:13-14; Acts 13:51; Acts 14:21; Acts 14:24-25; 2 Timothy 3:11)
Leather - The notices of leather in the Bible are singularly few; indeed the word occurs but Twice in the Authorized Version, and in each instance in reference to the same object, a girdle
Taught - 1: διδακτός (Strong's #1318 — Adjective — didaktos — did-ak-tos' ) primarily "what can be taught," then, "taught," is used (a) of persons, John 6:45 ; (b) of things, 1 Corinthians 2:13 (twice), "(not in words which man's wisdom) teacheth, (but which the Spirit) teacheth," lit
Ahijah - He is thought to be the person who spoke Twice to Solomon from God
Chamberlain - The word occurs Twice in A
Legion - The number in a Roman legion varied at different periods, from three thousand to more than Twice that number
Linen, - This linen has been sold for Twice its weight in gold
Two Hundred - 1: διακόσιοι (Strong's #1250 — Adjective — diakosioi — dee-ak-os'-ee-oy ) occurs in Mark 6:37 ; John 6:7 ; 21:8 ; Acts 23:23 (twice); 27:37, "two hundred (threescore and sixteen);" Revelation 11:3 , "(a thousand) two hundred (and threescore);" Song of Solomon 12:6
Hold - ...
2: φυλακή (Strong's #5438 — Noun Feminine — phulake — foo-lak-ay' ) "a guarding" or "guard" (akin to phulasso, "to guard or watch"), also denotes "a prison, a hold," Rev, 18:2 (twice), RV, "hold" in both places, AV, "cage," in the second (RV, marg
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A — 2: μετατίθημι (Strong's #3346 — Verb — metatithemi — met-at-ith'-ay-mee ) "to transfer to another place" (meta, see above, tithemi, "to put"), is rendered "to translate" in Hebrews 11:5 (twice)
Achish - Kin of Gath, a city of the Philistines, to whom David Twice fled for protection from Saul
Pay, Payment - 1: ἀποδίδωμι (Strong's #591 — Verb — apodidomi — ap-od-eed'-o-mee ) "to give back, to render what is due, to pay," used of various obligations in this respect, is translated "to pay, to make payment," in Matthew 5:26 ; 18:25 (twice),26,28,29,30,34; 20:8; RV (AV, "give")
Deceiver - 1: πλάνος (Strong's #4108 — Adjective — planos — plan'-os ) is, properly, an adjective, signifying "wandering, or leading astray, seducing," 1 Timothy 4:1 , "seducing (spirits);" used as a noun, it denotes an impostor of the vagabond type, and so any kind of "deceiver" or corrupter, Matthew 27:63 ; 2 Corinthians 6:8 ; 2 John 1:7 (twice), in the last of which the accompanying definite article necessitates the translation "the deceiver," RV
Celibacy - The practice of abstaining from marriage may be alluded to Twice in the New Testament
Gennesaret - It is named only Twice in Scripture
Cistern - The reason of their being so large was, that their cities were many of them built in elevated situations; and the rain falling only Twice in the year, namely, spring and autumn, it became necessary for them to collect a quantity of water, as well for the cattle as for the people
Their, Theirs - , 2 Corinthians 8:14 (twice), "their," lit
Linen - This linen has been sold for Twice its weight in gold
Zebedee - He appears only Twice in the Gospel narrative, namely, in Matthew 4:21-22; Mark 1:19-20, where he is seen in his boat with his two sons mending their nets
Tree - , "rose tree"), known by the fruit it produces, Matthew 12:33 ; Luke 6:44 ; certain qualities are mentioned in the NT; "a good tree," Matthew 7:17,18 ; 12:33 ; Luke 6:43 ; "a corrupt tree" (ditto); in Jude 1:12 , metaphorically, of evil teachers, "autumn trees (AV, 'trees whose fruit withereth') without fruit, Twice dead, plucked up by the roots," RV; in Luke 13:19 in some texts, "a great tree," AV (RV, "a tree"); for this and Matthew 13:32 see MUSTARD; in Luke 21:29 "the fig tree" is illustrative of Israel, "all the trees" indicating Gentile nations. Ezekiel 21:3 ); (b) of "the cross," the tree being the stauros, the upright pale or stake to which Romans nailed those who were thus to be executed, Acts 5:30 ; 10:39 ; 13:29 ; Galatians 3:13 ; 1 Peter 2:24 ; (c) of "the tree of life," Revelation 2:7 ; 22:2 (twice),14,19, RV, AV, "book
Diplomatics, Papal - (Greek: diploma, an ancient writing; literally, paper Twice folded) ...
The science of ancient official documents; it arose during the Middle Ages in the necessity for safeguarding from forgery papal Bulls and other instruments
Joseph Cottolengo, Blessed - The Blessed Virgin appeared to him Twice
Campbell, Thomas - He was provincial of the Maryland-New York Province, 1888-1893, Twice rector of Fordham University, 1885-1888,1896-1901, associate editor of "The Messenger of the Sacred Heart," 1901-1908, and editor of "America," 1910-1914
Severity - 1: ἀποτομία (Strong's #663 — Noun Feminine — apotomia — ap-ot-om-ee'-ah ) "steepness, sharpness" (apo, "off," temno, "to cut;" tome, "a cutting"), is used metaphorically in Romans 11:22 (twice) of "the severity of God," which lies in His temporary retributive dealings with Israel
Palsy - A — 1: παραλυτικός (Strong's #3885 — Adjective — paralutikos — par-al-oo-tee-kos' ) "paralytic, sick of the palsy," is found in Matthew 4:24 (RV, "palsied"); 8:6; 9:2 (twice),6; Mark 2:3,4,5,9,10 ; in some mss
Believer - This word occurs but Twice in the A
Zeb'Edee - (Matthew 4:21 ) He appears only Twice in the Gospel narrative, namely, in (Matthew 4:21,22 ; Mark 1:19,20 ) where he is seen in his boat with his two sons mending their nets
Rain - Twice in the year there generally fell plenty of rain in Judea; in the beginning of the civil year, about September or October; and half a year after, in the month of Abib, or March, which was the first month in the ecclesiastical or sacred year, whence it is called the latter rain in the first month, Joel 2:23
Treasury - This seems to be referred to in John 8:20 ; in Mark 12:41 (twice),43; Luke 21:1 it is used of the trumpet-shaped or ram's-horn-shaped chests, into which the temple offerings of the people were cast
Thomas Campbell - He was provincial of the Maryland-New York Province, 1888-1893, Twice rector of Fordham University, 1885-1888,1896-1901, associate editor of "The Messenger of the Sacred Heart," 1901-1908, and editor of "America," 1910-1914
Paradise - (par' uh disse) Old Persian term which means literally “enclosure” or “wooded park,” used in the Old Testament to speak of King Artaxerxes' forest (Nehemiah 2:8 ), and Twice of orchards (Ecclesiastes 2:5 ; Song of Song of Solomon 4:13 )
Dagon - In that at Ashdod, Dagon Twice miraculously fell down before the ark of God; and in the second fall his head and hands were broken off, leaving only the body, which was in the form of a large fish, 1 Samuel 5:1-9
Gennes'Aret - It is mentioned only Twice in Scripture - ( Matthew 14:34 ; Mark 6:53 ) Compare Luke 5:1
Nathan'Ael - The evidence for that belief is as follows: St, John who Twice mentions Nathanael, never introduces the name of Bartholomew at all
Messiah - The Greek form "Messias" is only Twice used in the New Testament, in John 1:41,4:25 (RSV, "Messiah"), and in the Old Testament the word Messiah, as the rendering of the Hebrew, occurs only Twice ( Daniel 9:25,26 ; RSV, "the anointed one")
Secret, Secretly - , is used as an adjective and rendered "secret" in Luke 8:17 , AV (RV, "hid"); in the neuter, with en, "in," as an adverbial phrase, "in secret," with the article, Matthew 6:4,6 (twice in each ver. in Matthew 6:18 (twice; some have No
Sound - , "voice"); John 3:8 , AV (RV, "voice"); so 1 Corinthians 14:7 (1st part),8; Revelation 1:15 ; 18:22 (2nd part, RV, "voice"); AV and RV in Revelation 9:9 (twice); in Acts 2:6 , RV, "(this) sound (was heard)," AV, "(this) was noised abroad. ...
B — 4: βολίζω (Strong's #1001 — Verb — bolizo — bol-id'-zo ) "to heave the lead" (bolis, "that which is thrown or hurled," akin to ballo, "to throw;" sounding-lead), to take soundings, occurs in Acts 27:28 (twice)
Assemble - ...
Note: Episunago, "to gather together," is found only in the synoptic Gospels; Twice of the "gathering" together of people, Mark 1:33 ; Luke 12:1 ; Twice of the desire of the Lord to "gather" together the inhabitants of Jerusalem, Matthew 23:37 ; Luke 13:34 ; Twice of His future act in "gathering" together His elect through the instrumentality of the angels, Matthew 24:31 ; Mark 13:27
Song - 3, and 2nd part); in Revelation 15:3 (twice), "the song of Moses
Nicanor - Again he was compelled to fight, and was Twice defeated, once at Capharsalama ( 1Ma 7:26-32 ) and again at Adasa, where he lost his life
Onesiphorus - The name of a Christian mentioned Twice in St
Crotchet - ) A time note, with a stem, having one fourth the value of a semibreve, one half that of a minim, and Twice that of a quaver; a quarter note
Sabaoth - We meet with this word Twice in the New testament
Ziph - Ziphites, residents of Ziph, Twice revealed David's hideouts to Saul (1 Samuel 23:19 ; 1 Samuel 26:1 )
Hagrites, Hagarites, Hagarenes - Twice they were the object of campaigns by the trans-Jordanic Israelite tribes, by whom they were crushingly defeated and expelled from their land ( 1 Chronicles 5:6 ; 1 Chronicles 5:19-20 )
Antiochene Rite - The Greek Saint James is now used but Twice a year by the Orthodox
Odor - The word is translated "savor" in 2 Corinthians 2:14,16 (twice)
Achish - David fled Twice to him
Rephaim - David Twice defeated the Philistines in this valley
Allege - 1: παρατίθημι (Strong's #3908 — Verb — paratithemi — par-at-ith'-ay-mee ) "to place beside or to set before" (para, "beside," tithemi, "to put"), while often used in its literal sense of material things, as well as in its more common significance, "to commit, entrust," Twice means "to set before one in teaching," as in putting forth a parable, Matthew 13:24,31 , RV
Lord's Prayer, the - In the Communion Office the Lord'sPrayer occurs Twice, but it is to be noted that the rubric directsthe first to be said by the Priest alone, as a part of his privatepreparation
Meat - 1: βρῶμα (Strong's #1033 — Noun Neuter — broma — bro'-mah ) "food" (akin to bibrosko, "to eat," John 6:13 ), solid food in contrast to milk, is translated "food" in Matthew 14:15 , RV (AV, "victuals"); "meats," Mark 7:19 ; 1 Corinthians 6:13 (twice); 1 Timothy 4:3 ; Hebrews 9:10 ; 13:9 ; "meat," John 4:34 ; Romans 14:15 (twice),20; 1 Corinthians 3:2 ; 8:8,13 ; 10:3 ; "food," RV, for AV, "meat," Luke 3:11 ; 9:13 . 1); 6:27 (twice, the second time metaphorically, of spiritual food); 6:55, RV, marg
Rabbi - ]'>[1] form of the word; it occurs Twice, namely in Mark 10:51 and John 20:16
Experience, Experiment - ...
2: δοκιμή (Strong's #1382 — Noun Feminine — dokime — dok-ee-may' ) means (a) "the process of proving;" it is rendered "experiment" in 2 Corinthians 9:13 , AV, RV, "the proving (of you);" in 2 Corinthians 8:2 , AV, "trial," RV, "proof;" (b) "the effect of proving, approval, approvedness," RV, "probation," Romans 5:4 (twice), for AV, "experience;" AV and RV, "proof" in 2 Corinthians 2:9 ; 13:3 ; Philippians 2:22
Epistles - The word is Twice used in a figurative sense
Troas - Paul visited Troas Twice, and perhaps three times
Officer - , "one who does," or "accomplishes" (akin to prasso, "to do"), was used in Athens of one who exacts payment, a collector (the word is frequently used in the papyri of a public accountant); hence, in general, a court "officer," an attendant in a court of justice (so Deissmann); the word is used in Luke 12:58 (twice)
Demon - Twice it stands in the text ( Deuteronomy 32:17 , Psalms 106:37 ), representing a root found in both Assyr
Mar'Eshah, - (2 Chronicles 14:9-12 ) It is mentioned once or Twice in the history of the Maccabaean war of independence
Penny - ‘Penny’ (δηνάριον) is mentioned Twice in Revelation 6:6
Multiply - 1: πληθύνω (Strong's #4129 — Verb — plethuno — play-thoo'-no ) used (a) transitively, denotes "to cause to increase, to multiply," 2 Corinthians 9:10 ; Hebrews 6:14 (twice); in the Passive Voice, "to be multiplied," Matthew 24:12 , RV, "(iniquity) shall be multiplied" (AV, "shall abound"); Acts 6:7 ; 7:17 ; 9:31 ; 12:24 ; 1 Peter 1:2 ; 2 Peter 1:2 ; Jude 1:2 ; (b) intransitively it denotes "to be multiplying," Acts 6:1 , RV, "was multiplying" (AV, "was multiplied")
Bartholemew - John does not mention Bartholemew, but he Twice mentions Nathanael (who is not mentioned in Matthew, Mark or Luke)
Lamb of God (2) - The priest repeats thrice, "Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi" (Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world), Twice, adding "miserere nobis" (have mercy on us) and the third time, "dona nobis pacem" (grant us peace), and in Requiem Masses or "miserere nobis" substitutes "dona eo [1] requiem" (grant him [2] rest) the third time adding the word "sempiternam" (eternal rest). It appears to have been introduced into the Mass about the end of the 6th century when it was sung only once by the clergy and people, and later Twice
Savior - The title appears only Twice in the Gospels. In Acts Jesus is Twice described as the savior of Israel (Acts 5:31 ; Acts 13:23 )
What - , 2 Corinthians 10:11 , RV (AV, "such as"); 1 Thessalonians 1:5 , "what manner of men;" 2 Timothy 3:11 (twice), lit. , Matthew 21:23,24,27 ; 24:42,43 ; Luke 5:19 ; 6:32-34 ; 20:2,8 ; 24:19 ; John 12:33 , "what manner of;" so in John 18:32 ; 21:19 ; Romans 3:27 ; 1 Corinthians 15:35 ; in James 4:14 , "what;" 1 Peter 2:20 ; Revelation 3:3 (ditto); 1 Peter 1:11 , "what manner of;" (c) hopoios, "what sort of," 1 Corinthians 3:13 ; "what manner of," 1 Thessalonians 1:9 ; (d) hosos, "how great," Mark 6:30 (twice), RV, "whatsoever;" Acts 15:12 ; Romans 3:19 , "what things soever;" Jude 1:10 (1st part), "whatsoever things," RV; (2nd part) "what;" (e) posos, "how great, how much," 2 Corinthians 7:11 , "what (earnest care)," RV (posos here stands for the repeated words in the Eng
Sit - , Matthew 9:9 , most frequently in the Apocalypse, some 32 times; frequently in the Gospels and Acts; elsewhere only in 1 Corinthians 14:30 ; James 2:3 (twice); and of Christ's position of authority on the throne of God, Colossians 3:1 , AV, "sitteth" (RV, "is, seated"); Hebrews 1:13 (cp. , Matthew 15:29 ; 27:36 ; Mark 2:14 ; 4:1 ; (b) metaphorically in Matthew 4:16 (twice); Luke 1:79 ; of inhabiting a place (translated "dwell"), Luke 21:35 ; Revelation 14:6 , RV marg. 5); 22:27 (twice); in Mark 14:18 , "sat;" in John 6:11 , "were set down;" John 12:2 in the best texts (see No. , in Mark 16:19 ); Revelation 3:21 (twice), RV, "to sit down" and "sat down;" Revelation 20:4 . ...
12: ἀναπίπτω (Strong's #377 — Verb — anapipto — an-ap-ip'-to ) "to fall back" (ana, "back," pipto, "to fall"), denotes in the NT, "to recline for a repast," Matthew 15:35 ; Mark 6:40 ; 8:6 ; Luke 11:37 ; 14:10 ; 17:7 ; 22:14 ; John 6:10 (twice); 13:12; in John 13:25 ; 21:20 it is used of leaning on the bosom of Christ
Hophni And Phinehas - In consequence of their deeds a curse is Twice pronounced upon the house of Eli, first by a ‘man of God’ ( 1 Samuel 2:27 ) who is not named, and again by the mouth of Samuel (ch
Manila Observatory - Observations are made every hour at Manila and Bagnio; telegraphic weather reports are received at stated intervals from the various sub-stations, and Twice a day from stations in Japan, China, Formosa, and Indo-China; and warnings of typhoons are issued to and from it
Spikenard - nerd ) is mentioned Twice in the Old Testament viz
Parents - 1: γονεύς (Strong's #1118 — Noun Masculine — goneus — gon-yooce' ) "a begetter, a father" (akin to ginomai, "to come into being, become"), is used in the plural in the NT, Matthew 10:21 ; Mark 13:12 ; six times in Luke (in Luke 2:43 , RV, "His parents," AV, "Joseph and His mother"); six in John; elsewhere, Romans 1:30 ; 2 Corinthians 12:14 (twice); Ephesians 6:1 ; Colossians 3:20 ; 2 Timothy 3:2
Earthen, Earthly, Earthy - " ...
2: ἐπίγειος (Strong's #1919 — Adjective — epigeios — ep-ig'-i-os ) "on earth" (epi, "on," ge, "the earth"), is rendered "earthly" in John 3:12 ; 2 Corinthians 5:1 ; Philippians 3:19 ; James 3:15 ; in Philippians 2:10 , "on earth," RV; "terrestrial" in 1 Corinthians 15:40 (twice)
Stumble - 1; with moral significance in James 2:10 ; 3:2 (twice), RV, "stumble" (AV, "offend"); in 2 Peter 1:10 , RV, "stumble" (AV, "fall")
Sharp, Sharper, Sharply, Sharpness - , "oxy---,)," said of a sword, Revelation 1:16 ; 2:12 ; 19:15 ; of a sickle, Revelation 14:14,17,18 (twice); (b) of motion, "swift," Romans 3:15
Hypocrites: Seeking Their Own Advantage - I have read of one that offered his prince a great sum of money to have leave once or Twice a-day to come into his presence, and only say, 'God save your Majesty!' The prince wondering at this large offer for so small a favor, asked him, 'What advantage would this afford him?' 'O sire,' saith he, 'this, though I have nothing else at your hands, will get me a name in the country for one who is a great favorite at court, and such an opinion will help me to more at the year's end, than it costs me for the purchase
Strait, Straitened - ...
2: στενοχωρέω (Strong's #4729 — Verb — stenochoreo — sten-okh-o-reh'-o ) "to be pressed for room" (stenos, "narrow," choros, "a space"), is rendered "to be straitened" in 2 Corinthians 4:8 , RV (AV, "distressed"); 2 Corinthians 6:12 (twice)
Christian - " It is found only Twice more in Acts 26:28 and 1 Peter 4:16
Enchanter - The noun appears only Twice in biblical Hebrew, and only in the Book of Daniel
Deal Out, Deal With - …” The word is used Twice in Ahijah - He is thought to be the person who spoke Twice to Solomon from God, once while he was building the temple, 1 Kings 6:11 , at which time he promised him the divine protection; and again, 1 Kings 11:11 , after him falling into his irregularities, with great threatenings and reproaches
Virtue - , the manifestation of His Divine power; this significance is frequently illustrated in the papyri and was evidently common in current Greek speech; (b) of any particular moral excellence, Philippians 4:8 ; 2 Peter 1:5 (twice), where virtue is enjoined as an essential quality in the excercise of faith, RV, "(in your faith supply) virtue
Value - ...
Note: For timao, rendered "to value" in Matthew 27:9 (twice), AV, see PRICE
Twain, Two - 1: δύο (Strong's #1417 — Noun — duo — doo'-o ) is rendered "twain" in Matthew 5:41 ; 19:5,6 ; 21:31 ; 27:21,51 ; Mark 10:8 (twice); 15:38; in 1 Corinthians 6:16 ; Ephesians 5:31 , RV (AV, "two"); Ephesians 2:15 ; in Revelation 19:20 , RV (AV, "both")
Winepress, Wine-Vat - In Revelation 14:19,20 (twice); 19:15 (where oinos is added, lit
Regeneration - The word occurs but Twice in the New Testament
Pelican - Leviticus 11:18, of singular construction and habits, resembling the goose, though nearly Twice as large
Lake of Genesareth - In the time of Our Lord, vines and fig-trees and thick forests surrounded it, the nearby plains yielded rich harvests Twice a year, and many cities were situated on its shores
Orientation - Strict adherence to the custom was later made impracticable by the directions of city streets, although there is a Catholic church in Belfast, Ireland, Twice as broad as it is long, to conform to the custom
Quails - The Israelites were Twice relieved in their privation by a miraculous supply of quails, (1) in the wilderness of Sin (Exodus 16:13 ), and (2) again at Kibroth-hattaavah (q
Pharaoh's Daughters - She is Twice mentioned in the New Testament (Acts 7:21 : Hebrews 11:24 )
Rain - 2, signifies (a) "to wet," Luke 7:38,44 , RV (AV, to wash); (b) "to send rain," Matthew 5:45 ; to rain, Luke 17:29 (of fire and brimstone); James 5:17 , used impersonally (twice); Revelation 11:6 , where huetos (A, No
Herb - (1) yârâq, yereq , Twice tr
Mouth - ‘âdî , Twice in AV Sackcloth - שַׂק), used in ordinary life for sacking, sieves, strainers, and the like, but in the Gospels Twice named in connexion with prevalent mourning customs (Matthew 11:21, Luke 10:13), coupled with ‘ashes’ (wh
Hosanna - In the Mass it is said Twice during the Sanctus at the end of the Preface, and is sung at High Mass by the choir; also during the distribution of palms and the solemn procession on Palm Sunday, in imitation of the reception Our Lord received on entering Jerusalem before His seizure and Passion
Galilee, Sea of - In the time of Our Lord, vines and fig-trees and thick forests surrounded it, the nearby plains yielded rich harvests Twice a year, and many cities were situated on its shores
Sparrow, - The Hebrew word is often translated 'bird,' but only Twice 'sparrow
Galatia - ...
Paul travelled through Galatia Twice and churches (in the plural) were formed there
Trombone - ) A powerful brass instrument of the trumpet kind, thought by some to be the ancient sackbut, consisting of a tube in three parts, bent Twice upon itself and ending in a bell
Trumpet - In consists of a long metallic tube, curved (once or Twice) into a convenient shape, and ending in a bell
Genesareth, Lake of - In the time of Our Lord, vines and fig-trees and thick forests surrounded it, the nearby plains yielded rich harvests Twice a year, and many cities were situated on its shores
Ashes - A — 1: σποδός (Strong's #4700 — Noun Masculine — spodos — spod-os' ) "ashes," is found three times, Twice in association with sackcloth, Matthew 11:21 ; Luke 10:13 , as tokens of grief (cp
Satan - The proper name appears five times in the Old Testament, 1 Chronicles 21:1; Job 1:6; Job 1:12; Job 2:1; Zechariah 3:1; in the New Testament 25 times; the word "devil" occurs 25 times; "the prince of this world," three times; "the wicked one," six times; "the tempter," Twice
Sea of Galilee - In the time of Our Lord, vines and fig-trees and thick forests surrounded it, the nearby plains yielded rich harvests Twice a year, and many cities were situated on its shores
Conflict - athleo, "to strive," 2 Timothy 2:5 (twice)
Mingle - It is used in Revelation 18:6 (twice); in Revelation 14:10 , RV, "prepared" (marg
Sackcloth - שַׂק), used in ordinary life for sacking, sieves, strainers, and the like, but in the Gospels Twice named in connexion with prevalent mourning customs (Matthew 11:21, Luke 10:13), coupled with ‘ashes’ (wh
Archangel - I cannot find in all the Bible, the name archangel but Twice; once in 1 Thessalonians 4:16; and once in Jude 1:1:9. ...
The question is, who is this archangel, Twice, and but Twice only, noticed as such in Scripture? if the reader will consult both places, he will find that of whomsoever it be spoken of it is only spoken of him in office. If, while Jesus is called the angel of the covenant, is there an archangel also, above this angel of the covenant? I leave these questions with any one, not satisfied with my former observations, that the Lord Jesus Christ is the person spoken of Twice in Scripture as the arch-angel
Sin - , Romans 3:9 ; 5:12,13,20 ; 6:1,2 ; 7:7 (abstract for concrete); 7:8 (twice),9,11,13, "sin, that it might be shown to be sin," i. , "to miss the mark," is used in the NT (a) of "sinning" against God, (1) by angels, 2 Peter 2:4 ; (2) by man, Matthew 27:4 ; Luke 15:18,21 (heaven standing, by metonymy, for God); John 5:14 ; 8:11 ; 9:2,3 ; Romans 2:12 (twice); 3:23; 5:12,14,16; 6:15; 1 Corinthians 7:28 (twice),36; 15:34; Ephesians 4:26 ; 1 Timothy 5:20 ; Titus 3:11 ; Hebrews 3:17 ; 10:26 ; 1 John 1:10 ; in 1 John 2:1 (twice), the aorist tense in each place, referring to an act of "sin;" on the contrary, in 1 John 3:6 (twice),8,9, the present tense indicates, not the committal of an act, but the continuous practice of "sin" [3]; in 1 John 5:16 (twice) the present tense indicates the condition resulting from an act, "unto death" signifying "tending towards death;" (b) against Christ, 1 Corinthians 8:12 ; (c) against man, (1) a brother, Matthew 18:15 , RV, "sin" (AV, "tresspass"); Matthew 18:21 ; Luke 17:3,4 , RV, "sin" (AV, "trespass"); 1 Corinthians 8:12 ; (2) in Luke 15:18,21 , against the father by the Prodigal Son, "in thy sight" being suggestive of befitting reverence; (d) against Jewish law, the Temple, and Caesar, Acts 25:8 , RV, "sinned" (AV, "offended"); (e) against one's own body, by fornication, 1 Corinthians 6:18 ; (f) against earthly masters by servants, 1 Peter 2:20 , RV, "(when) ye sin (and are buffeted for it)," AV, "(when ye be buffeted) for your faults," lit
Caesarius of Arles, Saint - Twice accused of treason by the barbarian conquerors of his episcopal city, he was finally exculpated by the Ostrogothic King Theodoric
Merarites - In the distribution of the oxen and waggons offered by the princes (Numbers 7 ), Moses gave Twice as many to the Merarites (four waggons and eight oxen) as he gave to the Gershonites, because the latter had to carry only the lighter furniture of the tabernacle, such as the curtains, hangings, etc
Reach - ...
3: φέρω (Strong's #5342 — verb — phero — fer'-o ) "to bear, carry," is used of "reaching" forth the hand in John 20:27 (twice)
Reward - A — 1: μισθός (Strong's #3408 — Noun Masculine — misthos — mis-thos' ) primarily "wages, hire," and then, generally, "reward," (a) received in this life, Matthew 5:46 ; 6:2,5,16 ; Romans 4:4 ; 1 Corinthians 9:17,18 ; of evil "rewards," Acts 1:18 ; see also HIRE; (b) to be received hereafter, Matthew 5:12 ; 10:41 (twice),42; Mark 9:41 ; Luke 6:23,35 ; 1 Corinthians 3:8,14 ; 2 John 1:8 ; Revelation 11:18 ; 22:12
Presence - ...
B — 2: ἐνώπιον (Strong's #1799 — Preposition — enopion — en-o'-pee-on ) is translated "in the presence of" in Luke 1:19 ; 13:26 ; 14:10 ; 15:10 ; John 20:30 ; Revelation 14:10 (twice); in 1 Corinthians 1:29 AV, "in His presence" (RV, "before God"): see BEFORE , A, No
Rod - A — 1: ῥάβδος (Strong's #4464 — Noun Feminine — rhabdos — hrab'-dos ) "a staff, rod, scepter," is used (a) of Aaron's "rod," Hebrews 9:4 ; (b) a staff used on a journey, Matthew 10:10 , RV, "staff" (AV, "staves"); so Luke 9:3 ; Mark 6:8 , "staff;" Hebrews 11:21 , "staff;" (c) a ruler's staff, a "scepter," Hebrews 1:8 (twice); elsewhere a "rod," Revelation 2:27 ; 12:5 ; 19:15 ; (d) a "rod" for chastisement (figuratively), 1 Corinthians 4:21 ; (e) a measuring "rod," Revelation 11:1
Integrity - Terms which occur in parallel with integrity (Hebrew tom , tomim ) suggest its shades of meaning: righteousness (Psalm 7:8 ); uprightness (Psalm 25:21 ); without wavering (Psalm 26:1 NRSV, NAS, NIV); blameless ( Psalm 101:2 NRSV, Hebrew uses tom Twice in verse, otherwise translated integrity)
Master - KJV Twice rendered kathegetse (guide, teacher) as master (Matthew 23:8 ,Matthew 23:8,23:10 )
Moon (2) - Twice in the Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 4:24; Matthew 17:15) σεληνιάζεσθαι (literally to be moonstruck) is used to describe mental derangement, as in our ‘lunacy,’ ‘lunatic,’ from Lat
Jesse - Jesse's genealogy is Twice given in full in the Old Testament, viz
Arles, Caesarius of, Saint - Twice accused of treason by the barbarian conquerors of his episcopal city, he was finally exculpated by the Ostrogothic King Theodoric
Eve - ...
Eve is Twice mentioned in the N
Cummin - ...
Cummin is mentioned Twice in the Bible (Isaiah 28:25-27 בַּסֹן, and Matthew 23:23 κύμινον)
Diotrephes - The name occurs in profane Greek Twice-once as son of Heraclitus in the 3rd cent
Ashes (2) - —Used Twice in the Gospels, referring to an ancient and widespread Eastern mourning custom
Escape - The word appears Twice in the first verse in which it is found: “Flee for your life; … flee to the hills, lest you be consumed” ( Deacon, - ' It Twice refers to Christ, Romans 15:8 ; Galatians 2:17 ; also to Paul and others, Colossians 1 :7,23,25; to magistrates, Romans 13:4 ; and even to Satan's emissaries, 2 Corinthians 11:15
Accurately - " ...
This word and its other grammatical forms, akribeia, akribes, akribesteron and akriboo, are used especially by Luke, who employs them eight times out of the thirteen in the NT; Matthew uses them three times, Paul Twice
Ointment - The "ointment" is mentioned in the NT in connection with the anointing of the Lord on the occasions recorded in Matthew 26:7,9,12 ; Mark 14:3,4 ; Luke 7:37,38,46 ; John 11:2 ; 12:3 (twice),5
Quail, - They were Twice provided in abundance for the Israelites
Reph'a-im, the Valley of, - He Twice encountered and defeated the Philistines there
Ungodliness, Ungodly - ); 3:7; Jude 1:4,15 (twice)
Morrow - ),20; 25:22; 1 Corinthians 15:32 ; James 4:13 ; (b) with the word hemera, "day," understood (occurring this in the papyri), translated as a noun, "(the) morrow," Matthew 6:34 (twice); Luke 10:35 ; Acts 4:3 (AV, "next day"); 4:5; James 4:14
Counsel - ); John 12:10 , RV, "took counsel," for AV, "consulted;" in 2 Corinthians 1:17 (twice), "purpose
Owe - A — 1: ὀφείλω (Strong's #3784 — — opheilo — of-i'-lo, of-i-leh'-o ) "to owe, to be a debtor" (in the Passive Voice, "to be owed, to be due"), is translated by the verb "to owe" in Matthew 18:28 (twice); Luke 7:41 ; 16:5,7 ; Romans 13:8 ; in 15:27, RV, "they (gentile converts) owe it" (AV, "it is their duty"); Philemon 1:18
Want - 1) (a) "that which is lacking" (see LACK); (b) "need, proverty, want," rendered "want" in Luke 21:4 (AV, "penury"); 2 Corinthians 8:14 (twice); 9:12; 11:9 (2nd occurence), RV , "want" (AV, "that which was lacking")
Paphnutius, Surnamed Bubalus - He seems to have fled Twice from the Scetic into Syria for greater solitude and perfection ( Cass
Salt, Saltness - in Mark 9:49 ), is used (a) literally in Matthew 5:13 (2nd part); Mark 9:50 (1st part, Twice); Luke 14:34 (twice); (b) metaphorically, of "believers," Matthew 5:13 (1st part); of their "character and condition," Mark 9:50 (2nd part); of "wisdom" exhibited in their speech, Colossians 4:6
Elishama - He is apparently listed Twice in 1Chronicles 3:6,1 Chronicles 3:8 , though 1 Chronicles 14:5 reads the first Elishama as Elishua, as in 2 Samuel 5:15
Faithful Steward - Perhaps Christ used the parable Twice
Bilocation - (Latin: bis, Twice; locatio, place) ...
The actual presence of the same finite being in two totally different places at the same time
Fishing, the Art of - He Twice miraculously fed multitudes with fish and bread (Matthew 14:19 ; 15:36 )
Such as - , Matthew 24:21 ; 2 Corinthians 12:20 (twice); Revelation 16:18 ; hostis, "whoever," e
Prison, Prison-House - , Matthew 14:10 ; Mark 6:17 ; Acts 5:19 ; 2 Corinthians 11:23 ; in 2 Corinthians 6:5 ; Hebrews 11:36 it stands for the condition of imprisonment; in Revelation 2:10 ; 18:2 , "hold" (twice, RV, marg
Esteem - " ...
2: κρίνω (Strong's #2919 — Verb — krino — kree'-no ) signifies "to separate, choose;" then, "to approve, esteem;" translated "esteemeth" in Romans 14:5 (twice), said of days; here the word "alike" (AV) is rightly omitted in the RV, the meaning being that every day is especially regarded as sacred
Root - A — 1: ῥίζα (Strong's #4491 — Noun Feminine — rhiza — hrid'-zah ) is used (a) in the natural sense, Matthew 3:10 ; 13:6,21 ; Mark 4:6,17 ; 11:20 ; Luke 3:9 ; 8:13 ; (b) metaphorically (1) of "cause, origin, source," said of persons, ancestors, Romans 11:16-18 (twice); of things, evils, 1 Timothy 6:10 , RV, of the love of money as a "root" of all "kinds of evil" (marg
Thunder (2) - THUNDER (βροντή) is but Twice mentioned in the Gospels (Mark 3:17, John 12:29)
Enemies - Of public enemies: Twice in the Benedictus, Luke 1:71; Luke 1:74, where the word implies Gentile persecutors
Ethiopians - Ethiopians are only Twice mentioned in the NT, and then in the same passage, viz
Sighing - This expression is used in connexion with our Lord Twice, both times in St
Ammon (or Amon), Saint - But on the wedding day he persuaded his bride to take a vow of celibacy, and for eighteen years they lived together as brother and sister: afterwards with her consent he withdrew to Nitria, and from that time only visited his wife Twice a year (Pall
Blow - In the verse where tâqa‛ first occurs, it is found Twice: “Jacob had pitched [1] his tent in the mount: and Laban with his brethren pitched in the mount of Gilead” ( Hauran - The tract of country of this name is mentioned only Twice in Scripture, Ezekiel 47:16 ; Ezekiel 47:18
Our, Ours - " (7) In 1 Corinthians 9:10 , "for our sake," RV (twice), is, lit
Steward, Faithful - Perhaps Christ used the parable Twice
Birthright - Secondly, the firstborn was entitled to a share of his father's estate Twice as large as any of the other brethren received, Deuteronomy 21:17
Tide - The flow of the water in the ocean and seas, Twice in a little more than twenty four hours the flux and reflux, or ebb and flow
Jes'se - ( Matthew 1:5 ) Jesse's genealogy is Twice given in full in the Old Testament, viz
Pestilence - —The word is found Twice in the Gospels, in both cases in the prophecy of Christ regarding the last days (Matthew 24:7 Long - , "until when?" signifies "how long?" Matthew 17:17 (twice); Mark 9:19 (twice); Luke 9:41 ; John 10:24 ; Revelation 6:10
Repent, Repentance - The word is found in the Synoptic Gospels (in Luke, nine times), in Acts five times, in the Apocalypse twelve times, eight in the messages to the churches, Revelation 2:5 (twice),16,21 (twice), RV, "she willeth not to repent" (2nd part); Revelation 3:3,19 (the only churches in those chapters which contain no exhortation in this respect are those at Smyrna and Philadelphia); elsewhere only in 2 Corinthians 12:21 . 1, and melo, "to care for," is used in the Passive Voice with the Middle Voice sense, signifying "to regret, to repent oneself," Matthew 21:29 , RV, "repented himself;" Matthew 21:32 , RV, "ye did (not) repent yourselves" (AV, "ye repented not"); Matthew 27:3 , "repented himself" 2 Corinthians 7:8 (twice), RV, "regret" in each case; Hebrews 7:21 , where alone in the NT it is said (negatively) of God
Mantle - 'Addereth Twice occurs with the epithet "hairy" ( Genesis 25:25 ; Zechariah 13:4 , RSV)
Mole - The mole-rat (Spalax typhlus) "is Twice the size of our mole, with no external eyes, and with only faint traces within of the rudimentary organ; no apparent ears, but, like the mole, with great internal organs of hearing; a strong, bare snout, and with large gnawing teeth; its colour a pale slate; its feet short, and provided with strong nails; its tail only rudimentary
Thistles (2) - —In the NT thistles (τρίβολοι) are mentioned Twice (Matthew 7:16, Hebrews 6:8 Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 )
Regeneration - Only Twice in the New Testament: Titus 3:5 of the regeneration of the soul by the Holy Spirit, and Matthew 19:28 the regeneration of the body and of the material world
Seal - Twice in the Fourth Gospel the act of sealing is used figuratively to describe (a) the solemn confirmation by the believer, from his own experience, that God is true (John 3:33); (b) the destination and authentication of the Son by the Father as the bestower of the food which nourishes eternal life (John 6:27)
Slothful - Ecclesiastes apparently coined a word for slothfulness Twice over and the resulting decay of present gain (Proverbs 10:18 )
Conversation - ]'>[2] gives it Twice ( Psalms 37:14 ; Psalms 50:23 ), representing Heb
Gabriel - He appears Twice in the NT as God’s messenger
Galilaean - —Twice Jesus is mentioned as a Galilaean: once by a maid-servant (Matthew 26:69); once when Pilate was anxious to transfer the trial of Jesus from his own to Herod’s court (Luke 23:6)
Babel - The word 'Babel' occurs but Twice: in Genesis 10:10 it is the name of the first place mentioned as the beginning of the kingdom of Nimrod; and in Genesis 11:9 the tower and city are called 'Babel,' because there the language of man was confounded so that they did not understand one another
Incense - Incense was to be burnt on the altar made for the purpose Twice a day, in the morning when the lamps were dressed, and also when they were lighted in the evening
Fold - In composition, the same quantity added as two fold, four fold, ten fold, that is, Twice as much, four times as much, ten times as much
Achish - The Philistine king of Gath with whom David Twice took shelter from Saul
Acre - This word, as a measure of land, occurs Twice in the Authorised version
Laborer, Fellow Laborer - 1: ἐργάτης (Strong's #2040 — Noun Masculine — ergates — er-gat'-ace ) akin to ergazomai, "to work," and ergon, "work," denotes (a) "a field laborer, a husbandman," Matthew 9:37,38 ; 20:1,2,8 ; Luke 10:2 (twice); James 5:4 ; (b) "a workman, laborer," in a general sense, Matthew 10:10 ; Luke 10:7 ; Acts 19:25 ; 1 Timothy 5:18 ; it is used (c) of false apostles and evil teachers, 2 Corinthians 11:13 ; Philippians 3:2 ; (d) of a servant of Christ, 2 Timothy 2:15 ; (e) of evildoers, Luke 13:27
Border - The AV has "coasts," but "borders" in Matthew 4:13 ; the RV always "borders," Matthew 2:16 ; 4:13 ; 8:34 ; 15:22,39 ; 19:1 ; Mark 5:17 ; 7:31 (twice); 10:1; Acts 13:50
Mule - It is a remarkably hardy, patient, obstinate, surefooted animal, lives Twice as long as a horse, and is much more easily and cheaply fed
Kadesh or Kadesh-Barnea - Kadesh was Twice visited by the Israelites in their wanderings; once soon after they left mount Sinai, and again thirty-eight years after
Sick, Communion of the - It is permissible for those who have been illfor a month without certain hope of speedy recovery to receive Holy Communion, at the advice of the confessor, once or Twice a week, after they have taken medicine, even if solid, or some liquid food
Gil'e-ad - Gilead was specially noted for its balm collected from "balm of Gilead" trees, and worth Twice its weight in silver
Allow - 1: δοκιμάζω (Strong's #1381 — Verb — dokimazo — dok-im-ad'-zo ) "to prove with a view to approving," is Twice translated by the verb "to allow" in the AV; the RV corrects to "approveth" in Romans 14:22 , and "have been approved," 1 Thessalonians 2:4 , of being qualified to be entrusted with the Gospel; in Romans 1:28 , with the negative, the RV has "refused," for AV, "did not like
War - , "polemics"), "to fight, to make war," is used (a) literally, Revelation 12:7 (twice), RV; 13:4; 17:14; 19:11; (b) metaphorically, Revelation 2:16 , RV; (c) hyperbolically, James 4:2
Maximus Petronius, Emperor of the West - He was of one of the noblest and wealthiest families of Rome, was three times prefect of Rome and Twice consul
Plough - —The plough is mentioned but once in NT (Luke 9:62), and the act of ploughing Twice (Luke 17:7, 1 Corinthians 9:10)
Sabina, Poppaea - Certainly at least Twice (Jos
Seal - Twice in the Fourth Gospel the act of sealing is used figuratively to describe (a) the solemn confirmation by the believer, from his own experience, that God is true (John 3:33); (b) the destination and authentication of the Son by the Father as the bestower of the food which nourishes eternal life (John 6:27)
Much - So we say, Twice as much, five times as much, that is, Twice or five times the quantity
Children, Communion of - It was the intention of Pope Pius X that the First Communion be received privately with parents; then after fuller instruction and more complete preparation all children, who have already received privately, be admitted to solemn Communion, held once or Twice a year
Saying - ...
2: ῥῆμα (Strong's #4487 — Noun Neuter — rhema — hray'-mah ) "that which is said, a word," is rendered "saying" or "sayings" in Mark 9:32 ; Luke 1:65 ; 2:17,50,51 ; 7:1 ; 9:45 (twice); 18:34
Rail, Railer, Railing - ...
B — 2: λοιδορία (Strong's #3059 — Noun Feminine — loidoria — loy-dor-ee'-ah ) "abuse, railing, reviling," is rendered "reviling" in the RV, 1 Peter 3:9 (twice); in 1 Timothy 5:14 , AV marg
Caesar - There the name is found always, except Twice ( Luke 2:1 ; Luke 3:1 ), by itself, simply equal to ‘the Emperor
Barbarian - Paul uses the term Twice in 1 Corinthians 14:11 where he deals with the problem of unintelligible speech in the church
Achish - Twice David fled to him
Antioch in Syria - This is memorable in the annals of the church as the city where the disciples were first called Christians, Where an assembly of Gentiles was gathered, and from which Paul and his companions went forth on their missionary journeys, and to which they Twice returned
Agate - ) It occurs but Twice: Isaiah 54:12 , "I will make thy windows of agates
Do Good - This verbal form is found first in the story of Cain and Abel, where it is used Twice in one verse: “If you do well, will not your countenance be lifted up? And if you do not do well, sin is crouching at the door” ( Remain - 19:2, where it is used Twice: “Behold now, my lords, turn in, I pray you, into your servant’s house, and tarry all night
Rise Up Early - 29:10, in which this phrase appears Twice: “Wherefore now rise up early in the morning with thy master’s servants that are come with thee: and as soon as ye be up early in the morning, and have light, depart
Net - ...
2: δίκτυον (Strong's #1350 — Noun Neuter — diktuon — dik'-too-on ) a general term for a "net" (from an old verb diko, "to cast:" akin to diskos, "a quoit"), occurs in Matthew 4:20,21 ; Mark 1:18,19 ; Luke 5:2,4-6 ; John 21:6,8,11 (twice)
Temptation - 1: πειρασμός (Strong's #3986 — Noun Masculine — peirasmos — pi-ras-mos' ) akin to A, above, is used of (1) "trials" with a beneficial purpose and effect, (a) of "trials" or "temptations," Divinely permitted or sent, Luke 22:28 ; Acts 20:19 ; James 1:2 ; 1 Peter 1:6 ; 4:12 , RV, "to prove," AV, "to try;" 2 Peter 2:9 (singular); Revelation 3:10 , RV, "trial" (AV, "temptation"); in James 1:12 , "temptation" apparently has meanings (1) and (2) combined (see below), and is used in the widest sense; (b) with a good or neutral significance, Galatians 4:14 , of Paul's physical infirmity, "a temptation" to the Galatian converts, of such a kind as to arouse feelings of natural repugnance; (c) of "trials" of a varied character, Matthew 6:13 ; Luke 11:4 , where believers are commanded to pray not to be led into such by forces beyond their own control; Matthew 26:41 ; Mark 14:38 ; Luke 22:40,46 , where they are commanded to watch and pray against entering into "temptations" by their own carelessness or disobedience; in all such cases God provides "the way of escape," 1 Corinthians 10:13 (where peirasmos occurs Twice)
Noah - —The hero of the Hebrew version of the Semitic tradition of the Flood; mentioned Twice in the Gospels
Ant - This insect is mentioned Twice in the Old Testament: in ( Proverbs 6:6 ; 30:25 ) In the former of these passages the diligence of this insect is instanced by the wise man as an example worthy of imitation; in the second passage the ant's wisdom is especially alluded to; for these insects "though they be little on the earth, are exceeding wise
Treasure - 1: θησαυρός (Strong's #2344 — Noun Masculine — thesauros — thay-sow-ros' ) denotes (1) "a place of safe keeping" (possibly akin to tithemi, "to put"), (a) "a casket," Matthew 2:11 ; (b) "a storehouse," Matthew 13:52 ; used metaphorically of the heart, Matthew 12:35 , Twice (RV, "out of his treasure"); Luke 6:45 ; (2) "a treasure," Matthew 6:19-21 ; 13:44 ; Luke 12:33,34 ; Hebrews 11:26 ; "treasure" (in heaven or the heavens), Matthew 19:21 ; Mark 10:21 ; Luke 18:22 ; in these expressions (which are virtually equivalent to that in Matthew 6:1 , "with your Father which is in Heaven") the promise does not simply refer to the present life, but looks likewise to the hereafter; in 2 Corinthians 4:7 it is used of "the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ," descriptive of the Gospel, as deposited in the earthen vessels of the persons who proclaim it (cp
Throne - , from which grace proceeds; Hebrews 8:1 ; 12:2 ; Revelation 1:4 ; 3:21 (2nd part); 4:2 (twice); 5:1; frequently in Rev
Today, This Day - It is used frequently in Matthew, Luke and Acts; in the last it is always rendered "this day;" also in Hebrews 1:5 , and the RV of Hebrews 5:5 (AV, "to day") in the same quotation; "today" in Hebrews 3:7,13,15 ; 4:7 (twice); 13:8; also James 4:13
Thousand - , "myriads of myriads;" in Revelation 9:16 in the best texts, dismuriades muriadon, "twice ten thousand times ten thousand" RV (AV, "two hundred thousand thousand"): see INNUMERABLE
Noah - —The hero of the Hebrew version of the Semitic tradition of the Flood; mentioned Twice in the Gospels
Iniquity - It is used (a) of iniquity in general, Matthew 7:23 ; 13:41 ; 23:28 ; 24:12 ; Romans 6:19 (twice); 2 Corinthians 6:14 , RV, "iniquity" (AV, "unrighteousness"); 2 Thessalonians 2:3 , in some mss. ; the AV and RV follow those which have hamartia, "(man of) sin;" 2 Thessalonians 2:7 , RV, "lawlessness" (AV, "iniquity"); Titus 2:14 ; Hebrews 1:9 ; 1 John 3:4 (twice), RV, "(doeth)
Nazareth - The Franciscan friars, arriving in the 14th century, were driven out Twice, but in 1629 were allowed to build a church, which was, however, ruined by the Bedouins
Spread - 1: στρωννύω (Strong's #4766 — Verb — stronnuo — strone'-noo-mee ) "to spread," is so rendered in Matthew 21:8 , RV, Twice; Mark 11:8 , RV, once
Revile, Reviling, Reviler - 1, and B, "abuse, railing," is used in 1 Timothy 5:14 , RV, "for (charin, 'for the sake of') reviling" (AV, "to speak reproachfully," a paraphrase); 1 Peter 3:9 (twice), RV, "reviling" (AV, "railing")
Plead - The word appears Twice in Wickliffites - He was for this Twice summoned to a council at Lambeth, to give an account of his doctrines; but being countenanced by the duke of Lancaster, was both times dismissed without condemnation
Beware - Hence it cannot be used with did, like a regular verb, nor with be, in any of its inflections, he is beware for this would be to use the substantive verb Twice before ware and wary, is and be
Apparel, Apparelled - The former is found in Luke 23:11 , RV, "apparel" (AV, "robe"); 24:4 (AV, "garments"); Acts 10:30 (AV, "clothing"); 12:21; James 2:2 (RV, "clothing," Twice; AV, "apparel" and "raiment"); James 2:3 ("clothing")
Utter - 1: λαλέω (Strong's #2980 — Verb — laleo — lal-eh'-o ) "to speak," is rendered "to utter " in 2 Corinthians 12:4 ; Revelation 10:3,4 (twice)
Army - 1: στράτευμα (Strong's #4753 — Noun Neuter — strateuma — strat'-yoo-mah ) denotes (a) "an army" of any size, large or small, Matthew 22:7 ; Revelation 9:16 ; 19:14,19 (twice); (b) "a company of soldiers," such as Herod's bodyguard, Luke 23:11 (RV, "soldiers") or the soldiers of a garrison, Acts 23:10,27 (RV, "the soldiers," for AV, "an army")
Temperance, Temperate - A — 1: ἐγκράτεια (Strong's #1466 — Noun Feminine — enkrateia — eng-krat'-i-ah ) from kratos, "strength," occurs in Acts 24:25 ; Galatians 5:23 ; 2 Peter 1:6 (twice), in all of which it is rendered "temperance;" the RV marg
Egypt - In the 5th century the patriarchate fell prey to the Monophysite heresy, and the Catholic succession was Twice interrupted for long periods
University of Coimbra, Portugal - The university was Twice removed to Lisbon but was finally settled in Coimbra, 1537, and theology was regularly taught at the beginning of the 15th century
Perga - Paul passed through Perga Twice on his first missionary journey
Volume - A book consisting of sheets once folded, is called a folio, or a folio volume of sheets Twice folded, a quarto and thus according to the number of leaves in a sheet, it is called an octavo, or a duodecimo
Jew - ...
In the addresses to the seven churches we Twice read of those who "say they are Jews, and are not
Wisdom - 1: σοφία (Strong's #4678 — Noun Feminine — sophia — sof-ee'-ah ) is used with reference to (a) God, Romans 11:33 ; 1 Corinthians 1:21,24 ; 2:7 ; Ephesians 3:10 ; Revelation 7;12 ; (b) Christ, Matthew 13:54 ; Mark 6:2 ; Luke 2:40,52 ; 1 Corinthians 1:30 ; Colossians 2:3 ; Revelation 5:12 ; (c) "wisdom" personified, Matthew 11:19 ; Luke 7:35 ; 11:49 ; (d) human "wisdom" (1) in spiritual things, Luke 21:15 ; Acts 6:3,10 ; 7:10 ; 1 Corinthians 2:6 (1st part); 12:8; Ephesians 1:8,17 ; Colossians 1:9 , RV, "(spiritual) wisdom," Colossians 1:28 ; 3:16 ; 4:5 ; James 1:5 ; 3:13,17 ; 2 Peter 3:15 ; Revelation 13:18 ; 17:9 ; (2) in the natural sphere, Matthew 12:42 ; Luke 11:31 ; Acts 7:22 ; 1 Corinthians 1:17,19-21 (twice),22; 2:1,4-6 (2nd part),13; 3:19; 2 Corinthians 1:12 ; Colossians 2:23 ; (3) in its most debased form, James 3:15 , "earthly, sensual, devilish" (marg
White - Daniel 7:9 ), Revelation 1:14 (twice); ripened grain, John 4:35 ; a stone, Revelation 2:17 , an expression of the Lord's special delight in the overcomer, the new name on it being indicative of a secret communication of love and joy; a horse (in a vision), Revelation 6:2 ; 19:11,14 (1st part); a cloud, Revelation 14:14 ; the throne of God, Revelation 20:11
Talk - ...
B — 1: λαλέω (Strong's #2980 — Verb — laleo — lal-eh'-o ) "to speak, say," is always translated "to speak" in the RV, where the AV renders it by "to talk," Matthew 12:46 ; Mark 6:50 ; Luke 24:32 ; John 4:27 (twice); 9:37; 14:30; Acts 26:31 ; Revelation 4:1 ; 17:1 ; 21:9,15
Worthy, Worthily - , Matthew 10:10,11,13 (twice),37 (twice),38; 22:8; Luke 7:4 ; 10:7 ; 15:19,21 ; John 1:27 ; Acts 13:25 ; 1 Timothy 5:18 ; 6:1 ; Hebrews 11:38 ; Revelation 3:4 ; 4:11 ; 5:2,4,9,12 ; (b) in a bad sense, Luke 12:48 ; 23:15 ; Acts 23:29 ; 25:11,25 ; 26:31 ; Romans 1:32 ; Revelation 16:6
Trespass - , "a fall beside," used ethically, denotes "a trespass," a deviation, from uprightness and truth, Matthew 6:14,15 (twice); 18:35, in some mss. , because of) our trespasses;" Romans 5:15 (twice), where the trespass is that of Adam (in contrast to the free gift of righteousness, ver
Raise - risen again"); Luke 9:22 ; 20:37 ; John 2:19 ; Acts 3:15 ; 4:10 [1]; 10:40 [2]; 13:30,37; Romans 4:24,25 ; 6:4,9 ; 7:4 ; 8:11 (twice); 8:34, RV; 10:9; 1 Corinthians 6:14 (1st part); 15:13,14, RV; 15:15 (twice),16,17; 15:20, RV; 2 Corinthians 4:14 ; Galatians 1:1 ; Ephesians 1:20 ; Colossians 2:12 ; 1 Thessalonians 1:10 ; 1 Peter 1:21 ; in 2 Timothy 2:8 , RV , "risen;" (b) of the resurrection of human beings, Matthew 10:8 ; 11:5 ; Matthew 27:52 , RV (AV, "arose"); Mark 12:26 , RV; Luke 7:22 ; John 5:21 ; 12:1,9,17 ; Acts 26:8 ; 1 Corinthians 15:29,32 , RV; 15:35,42,43 (twice),44,52; 2 Corinthians 1:9 ; 4:14 ; Hebrews 11:19 ; (c) of "raising" up a person to occupy a place in the midst of a people, said of Christ, Acts 5:30 ; in Acts 13:23 , AV only (the best texts have ago, to bring, RV , "hath
Reputation, Repute - , Luke 12:51 ; 13:2 (see SUPPOSE); (b) "to seem, to be reputed;" in Galatians 2:2 , RV , "who were of repute" (AV, "which were of reputation"); in Galatians 2:6 (twice),9, RV , "were reputed" and "were of repute" (AV, "seemed"); in each case the present participle of the verb with the article is used, lit
Dull - civ), "Bradus differs from the words with which it is here brought into comparison, in that no moral fault or blame is necessarily involved in it; so far indeed is it from this, that of the three occasions on which it is used in the NT two are in honor; for to be 'slow' to evil things, to rash speaking, or to anger ( James 1:19 , Twice), is a grace, and not the contrary
Claudius - He is Twice mentioned in Acts ( Acts 11:28 ; Acts 18:2 )
Ecstasy - Paul Twice pleaded ignorance of whether this experience was “in or out of the body
Rephaim, Valley of - " The scene of David's Twice routing the Philistines utterly and destroying their idols; so that it was named Perazim, God breaking forth there upon David's foes (for they came to seek him to avenge their old quarrel, on hearing of his accession); a type of God's future utter overthrow of the church's last foes (Isaiah 28:21-22)
Quail - Twice miraculously supplied to Israel (Exodus 16:13; Numbers 11:31-32)
Pleiades - We find Twice mention made in the book of Job of the heavenly constellations
Shoes - Twice is it said, "Over Edom will I cast out my shoe:" signifying that Edom would be subdued and be taken possession of as a menial
Lectures Bampton - He also directs in his will, that no person shall be qualified to preach these lectures unless he have taken the degree of master of arts, at least in one of the two universities of Oxford or Cambridge, and that the same person shall never preach the same sermon Twice
Dreams - "God speaketh once, yea Twice, yet man perceiveth it not
Once - , "once and Twice," Philippians 4:16 ; 1 Thessalonians 2:18 ; (b) "once for all," of what is of perpetual validity, not requiring repetition, Hebrews 6:4 ; 9:28 ; 10:2 ; 1 Peter 3:18 ; Jude 1:3 , RV, "once for all" (AV, "once"); Jude 1:5 (ditto); in some mss
Oath - This is used in Hebrews 7:20,21 (twice),28 of the establishment of the Priesthood of Christ, the Son of God, appointed a Priest after the order of Melchizedek, and "perfected for evermore
Teach - 1, is rendered "to teach" in 1 Corinthians 14:19 , AV (RV, "instruct"); Galatians 6:6 (twice)
Perdition - It is found Twice in the phrase son of perdition a Heb
Well - (1 Timothy 3:4,12,13 ; 5:17 ); Twice it is used as an exclamation of approval, Mark 12:32 ; Romans 11:20 ; the comparative degree kallion, "very well," occurs in Acts 25:10
Third, Thirdly - , Mark 14:41 ; John 21:17 (twice); without the article, lit
Testament - ]'>[1] of the NT it occurs only Twice ( Hebrews 9:16 f. In Hebrews 9:15-20 diathçkç is three times translated ‘covenant,’ and Twice ‘testament
Obtain, Obtaining - 1), denotes "to obtain," Romans 11:7 (twice); Hebrews 6:15 ; 11:33 ; James 4:2 . (4) For the phrase "to obtain mercy," the Passive Voice of eleeo in Matthew 5:7 ; Romans 11:30,31 ; 1 Corinthians 7:25 ; 2 Corinthians 4:1 (RV); 1 Timothy 1:13,16 ; 1 Peter 2:10 (twice), see MERCY
Wash - 1: νίπτω (Strong's #3538 — Verb — nipto — nip'-to ) is chiefly used of "washing part of the body," John 13:5,6,8 (twice, figuratively in 2nd clause),12,14 (twice); in 1 Timothy 5:10 , including the figurative sense; in the Middle Voice, to wash oneself, Matthew 6:17 ; 15:2 ; Mark 7:3 ; John 9:7,11,15 ; 13:10
Tide - The tide ebbs and flows Twice in each lunar day, or the space of a little more than twenty-four hours
Sacrifice - ...
B — 1: θύω (Strong's #2380 — Verb — thuo — thoo'-o ) is used of "sacrificing by slaying a victim," (a) of the "sacrifice" of Christ, 1 Corinthians 5:7 , RV, "hath been sacrificed" (AV, "is sacrificed"); (b) of the Passover "sacrifice," Mark 14:12 , RV, "they sacrificed" (AV, "they killed"); Luke 22:7 , RV, "(must) be sacrificed," AV, "(must) be killed;" (c) of idolatrous "sacrifices," Acts 14:13,18 ; 1 Corinthians 10:20 (twice)
Excuse - ...
C — 2: παραιτέομαι (Strong's #3868 — Verb — paraiteomai — par-ahee-teh'-om-ahee ) is used in the sense of "begging off, asking to be excused or making an excuse," in Luke 14:18 (twice),19
Christian - It didnot spread widely at first; it is only Twice used in the Bible andeach time as a word of reproach
Mennonite Bodies - Nearly all congregations observe the Lord's Supper Twice a year, and the majority of them "observe the ordinance of washing the saints feet in connection with and immediately after the Lord's Supper
Nathanael - Nathanael of Cana in Galilee ( John 21:2 ) appears Twice in the Fourth Gospel
Stranger - ...
A — 2: ἀλλότριος (Strong's #245 — Adjective — allotrios — al-lot'-ree-os ) "strangers," Matthew 17:25,26 ; John 10:5 (twice): see No
Cappadocia - (cap puh doh' cih uh) A Roman province in Asia Minor mentioned Twice in the New Testament: Acts 2:9 ; 1 Peter 1:1
Scarlet - The Mishna says a band of Twice dyed scarlet wool tied together the living bird, the hyssop, and the cedar, when dipped into the blood and water
Antitype - The word antitype occurs Twice in the New Testament, viz
Affliction (2) - —In AV of the Gospels ‘affliction’ occurs only Twice (Mark 4:17; Mark 13:19), corresponding both times to θλῖψις in the original
Tribulation - , in Romans 2:9 ; 5:3 (twice); 8:35; 12:12; Ephesians 3:13 ; Revelation 1:9 ; 2:9,10,22
Natural, Naturally - " ...
A — 2: ψυχικός (Strong's #5591 — Adjective — psuchikos — psoo-khee-kos' ) "belonging to the psuche, soul" (as the lower part of the immaterial in man), "natural, physical," describes the man in Adam and what pertains to him (set in contrast to pneumatikos, "spiritual"), 1 Corinthians 2:14 ; 15:44 (twice),46 (in the latter used as a noun); James 3:15 , "sensual" (RV marg
Pearl - —This jewel, specially esteemed and familiar in the East, is Twice used by our Lord as an image of the preciousness of the Christian religion: once in the saying, ‘Cast not your pearls before swine’ (Matthew 7:6), and again in the parable of the Pearl of Great Price (Matthew 13:46)
Palladias, Bishop of Ireland - , as Prosper of Aquitaine, a contemporary, mentions him Twice, affording the only real record
Pearl - —This jewel, specially esteemed and familiar in the East, is Twice used by our Lord as an image of the preciousness of the Christian religion: once in the saying, ‘Cast not your pearls before swine’ (Matthew 7:6), and again in the parable of the Pearl of Great Price (Matthew 13:46)
Berlin, Germany, City of - Although the Thirty Years War, accompanied by plague, depleted the population to 4000, the city regained its importance, but suffered again during the Seven Years War when it was Twice plundered
Capstone - The expression is used Twice in the Old Testament (Psalm 118:22 ; Zechariah 4:7 )
Prince - " It is used as follows ("p" denoting "prince," or "princes;" "r," "ruler" or "rulers"): (a) of Christ, as "the Ruler (AV, Prince) of the kings of the earth," Revelation 1:5 ; (b) of rulers of nations, Matthew 20:25 , RV, "r," AV, "p;" Acts 4:26 , "r;" Acts 7:27 , "r;" Acts 7:35 , "r" (twice); (c) of judges and magistrates, Acts 16:19 , "r;" Romans 13:3 , "r;" (d) of members of the Sanhedrin, Luke 14:1 , RV, "r" (AV, "chief"); Luke 23:13,35 , "r;" so Luke 24:20 ; John 3:1 ; 7:26,48 ; 12:42 , RV, "r" (AV, "chief r
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Notes: (1) Whereas didache is used only Twice in the Pastoral Epistles, 2 Timothy 4:2 ; Titus 1:9 , didaskalia occurs fifteen times
Shake - , is used (a) literally, of a reed, Matthew 11:7 ; Luke 7:24 ; a vessel, "shaken" in filling, Luke 6:38 ; a building, Luke 6:48 ; Acts 4:31 ; 16:26 ; the natural forces of the heavens and heavenly bodies, Matthew 24:29 ; Mark 13:25 ; Luke 21:26 ; the earth, Hebrews 12:26 , "shook;" (b) metaphorically, (1) of "shaking" so as to make insecure, Hebrews 12:27 (twice); (2) of casting down from a sense of security, Acts 2:25 , "I should (not) be moved;" (3) to stir up (a crowd), Acts 17:13 ; (4) to unsettle, 2 Thessalonians 2:2 , "(to the end that) ye be not (quickly) shaken (from your mind)," i
Remission, Remit - 1), is translated "to remit" in John 20:23 (twice), AV (RV, "to forgive")
Equal, Equality - ), is translated "equality" in 2 Corinthians 8:14 , Twice; in Colossians 4:1 , with the article, "that which is
Flee - 14:10, where it is used Twice to describe the “fleeing” of the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah
Hadarezer - After Joab's first repulse of Ammon and their Syrian allies Hadarezer, undaunted by defeat Twice (2 Samuel 8:3; 2 Samuel 8:5), sent a host under the command of Shophach to assist his kinsmen of Maachah, Rehob, and Ishtob; David in person routed them completely at Helam; thus, the Syrian confederacy was overthrown, Hadarezer's subordinate princes submitted to David who dedicated to Jehovah the 1000 "shields" or "weapons (shelet ) of gold" taken in the first war; these were long known as king David's (Song of Solomon 4:4; 2 Chronicles 23:9)
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The promised Deliverer is Twice called the "Anointed" or Messiah (Psalm 2:2 ; Daniel 9:25,26 ), because he was anointed with the Holy Ghost (Isaiah 61:1 ), figuratively styled the "oil of gladness" (Psalm 45:7 ; Hebrews 1:9 )
Eden - Twice the name is used to designate a city or region in the Assyrian province of Thelassar (Isaiah 37:12 ; 2 Kings 19:12 )
Gihon - It does not produce a steady flow, but gushes out at irregular intervals, Twice a day in the dry season to four or five times in the rainy season
Levite - In the NT, outside the Gospels, the term occurs but once or Twice
Flow - ) To rise, as the tide; - opposed to ebb; as, the tide flows Twice in twenty-four hours
Accept - ” In the RSV rendering of this verse, “favor” appears Twice, the first time being a translation of chen
Offering, Offering up - ' The word alah is frequently translated 'to offer,' but only Twice in Leviticus (Leviticus 14:20 ; Leviticus 17:8 ); and four times in Numbers (Numbers 23:2,4,14,30 ), when Balaam and Balak offered up sacrifices
Apostasy - word ἀποστασία (apostasia) is found Twice in the NT, but in neither case does English Version render ‘apostasy
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2: φύσις (Strong's #5449 — Noun Feminine — phusis — foo'-sis ) among its various meaning denotes "the nature, the natural constitution or power of a person or thing," and is translated "kind" in James 3:7 (twice), "kind" (of beasts etc
Lest - , 2 Corinthians 2:7 , RV, "lest by any means" (AV, "lest perhaps"); so 2 Corinthians 12:20 (twice); Galatians 4:11 (AV, "lest"); in 1 Thessalonians 3:5 (AV, "lest by some means")
Partridge - Shaw observes, is the greater, or red-legged kind, the traveller says: "The Arabs have another, though a more laborious method of catching these birds; for, observing that they become languid and fatigued after they have been hastily put up Twice or thrice, they immediately run in upon them, and knock them down with their zerwattys, or bludgeons as we should call them
Jacob's Well - It is about 9 feet in diameter and about 75 feet in depth, though in ancient times it was no doubt much deeper, probably Twice as deep
Jephthah - Twice he sent an embassy to the king of Ammon, but in vain
Which - , Romans 2:15 ; Galatians 4:24 (twice); 5:19; Revelation 2:24 ; 20:4 ; (d) the interrogative pronoun tis, "who? which?," e
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B — 1: μάγος (Strong's #3097 — Noun Masculine — magos — mag'-os ) denotes "a Magian," one of a sacred caste, originally Median, who apparently conformed to the Persian religion while retaining their old beliefs; it is used in the plural, Matthew 2:1,7,16 (twice), "wise men
Kill - murder," and in Matthew 23:35 , AV and RV, "ye slew"); Matthew 5:21 (twice); 23:31; Mark 10:19 ; Luke 18:20 ; Romans 13:9 ; James 2:11 (twice); 4:2; 5:6
Measure - A — 1: μέτρον (Strong's #3358 — Noun Neuter — metron — met'-ron ) denotes (I) "that which is used for measuring, a measure," (a) of "a vessel," figuratively, Matthew 23:32 ; Luke 6:38 (twice); in John 3:34 , with the preposition ek, "(He giveth not the Spirit) by measure," RV (which is a necessary correction; the italicized words "unto him," AV, detract from the meaning). ; see the RV); Revelation 21:17 ; (II) "that which is measured, a determined extent, a portion measured off," Romans 12:3 ; 2 Corinthians 10:13 (twice); Ephesians 4:7 , "(according to the) measure (of the gift of Christ);" the gift of grace is "measured" and given according to the will of Christ; whatever the endowment, His is the bestowment and the adjustment; Ephesians 4:13 , "the measure (of the stature of the fullness of Christ)," the standard of spiritual stature being the fullness which is essentially Christ's; Ephesians 4:16 , "(according to the working in due) measure (of each several part)," i. ...
A — 6: χοῖνιξ (Strong's #5518 — Noun Feminine — choinix — khoy'-nix ) a dry "measure" of rather less than a quart, about "as much as would support a person of moderate appetite for a day," occurs in Revelation 6:6 (twice)
Minister - A — 1: διάκονος (Strong's #1249 — Noun — diakonos — dee-ak'-on-os ) "a servant, attendant, minister, deacon," is translated "minister" in Mark 10:43 ; Romans 13:4 (twice); 15;8; 1 Corinthians 3:5 ; 2 Corinthians 3:6 ; 6:4 ; 11:15 (twice); 15:8; 2:17; Ephesians 6:21 ; Colossians 1:7,23,25 ; 4:7 ; 1 Thessalonians 3:2 ; 1 Timothy 4:6 . , Matthew 4:11 ; 20:28 ; Mark 1:13 ; 10:45 ; John 12:26 ("serve," Twice); Acts 19:22 ; Philemon 1:13 ; (b) of waiting at table, "ministering" to the guests, Matthew 8:15 ; Luke 4:39 ; 8:3 ; 12:37 ; 17:8 , "serve;" Matthew 22:26 , "serve," Matthew 22:27 , "serveth," Twice; the 2nd instance, concerning the Lord, may come under (a); so of women preparing food, etc
Old - , a garment, wine (in contrast to neos; see NEW), Matthew 9:16,17 ; Mark 2:21,22 (twice); Luke 5:36,37,39 (twice); of the treasures of Divine truth, Matthew 13:52 (compared with kainos: see NEW); of what belongs to the past, e. , the believer's former self before his conversion, his "old man," "old" because it has been superseded by that which is new, Romans 6:6 ; Ephesians 4:22 (in contrast to kainos); Colossians 3:9 (in contrast to neos); of the covenant in connection with the Law, 2 Corinthians 3:14 ; of leaven, metaphorical of moral evil, 1 Corinthians 5:7,8 (in contrast to neos); of that which was given long ago and remains in force, an "old" commandment, 1 John 2:7 (twice), that which was familiar and well known in contrast to that which is fresh (kainos)
Zacharias - The priests served at the temple Twice each year, and only for a week each time
Simplicity - integer ) is used Twice ( Matthew 10:16 RVm Sparrow - " The Greek stauthion (Authorized Version "sparrow") occurs Twice in the New Testament, ( Matthew 10:29 ; Luke 12:6,7 ) (The birds above mentioned are found in great numbers in Palestine and are of very little value, selling for the merest trifle and are thus strikingly used by our Saviour, (Matthew 10:20 ) as an illustration of our Father's care for his children
Kadesh - Here the people murmured for want of water, as their forefathers had done formerly at Rephidim; and Moses, irritated by their chidings, "with his rod smote the rock Twice," instead of "speaking to the rock before their eyes," as the Lord had commanded him (Compare Numbers 27:14 ; Deuteronomy 9:23 ; Psalm 106:32,33 )
Remain - , Matthew 11:23 ; Luke 10:7 ; John 1:33 , AV (RV, "abiding"); 9:41 (in 15:11, the best texts have the verb to be, see RV); 15:16, AV (RV, "abide"); 19:31; Acts 5:4 (twice), RV , "whiles it remained, did it (not) remain (thine own)?;" 27:41; 1 Corinthians 7:11 ; 15:6 ; 2 Corinthians 3:11,14 ; 9:9 , AV (RV, "abideth"); Hebrews 12:27 ; 1 John 3:9
Savor - 1, in the three passages mentioned, as of an odor accompanying an acceptable sacrifice; in 2 Corinthians 2:14,16 (twice), of the "savor" of the knowledge of Christ through Gospel testimony, in the case of the perishing "a savor from death unto death," as of that which arises from what is dead (the spiritual condition of the unregenerate); in the case of the saved "a savor from life unto life," as from that which arises from what is instinct with life (the spiritual condition of the regenerate): in Ephesians 5:2 , "a (sweetsmelling) savor;" in Philippians 4:18 , "an odor (of a sweet smell);" cp
Balm - The balm was so scarce, the Jericho gardens yielding but six or seven gallons yearly, that it was worth Twice its weight in silver
Kadesh - Here the people murmured for want of water, as their forefathers had done formerly at Rephidim; and Moses, irritated by their chidings, "with his rod smote the rock Twice," instead of "speaking to the rock before their eyes," as the Lord had commanded him (Compare Numbers 27:14 ; Deuteronomy 9:23 ; Psalm 106:32,33 )
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Paul appears to have visited Philippi Twice on his third missionary journey – once when travelling through Macedonia south to Achaia (Acts 20:1-2), and once when returning through Macedonia to Troas (Acts 20:6)
Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament - The second Council of Baltimore allows Benediction in churches throughout the United States on Sundays, feasts of the first and second classes, Twice a week during Lent, every day during a mission, and at the Forty-Hours' devotion, besides the days designated by the individual bishops
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Meditation is only mentioned Twice in the New Testament
Government Governor - (1) The term ‘government’ occurs Twice in the Authorized Version of the NT, in neither case with reference to civil government
Felix (174), Bishop of Tubzoca - By him the bishop was Twice examined
Term - ) The subject or the predicate of a proposition; one of the three component parts of a syllogism, each one of which is used Twice
Gilead - The balm of Gilead was held in high favor, Jeremiah 8:22; Jeremiah 46:11; it is said that only a spoonful could be collected in a day, and that was sold for Twice its weight in silver
Firstborn - He received the special family blessing, which meant spiritual and social leadership and a double portion of the father’s possessions—or Twice what all the other sons received ( Children - At the end of a certain time (forty days if a son and Twice as long if a daughter) the mother offered sacrifice for her cleansing
Repetitions in Prayer - The word rabboni, for example, answering to our word Lord, he would bind himself to repeat a hundred or two hundred times, Twice a day; and, accordingly, went on in the hearing of all the party; and, on his knees sometimes with his face directed steadily to heaven, and at other times bowing down to the ground, and calling out rabboni, rabboni, rabboni, rabboni, rabboni, &c, as fast as he could articulate the words after each other, like a school boy going through his task, not like a man who, praying with the heart and the understanding also, continues longer on his knees, in the rapture of devotion, whose soul is a flame of fire, enkindled by his Maker, and fixing upon his God, like Jacob, will not let him go until he bless him
Ordain - ...
5: ὁρίζω (Strong's #3724 — Verb — horizo — hor-id'-zo ) is Twice used of Christ as Divinely "ordained" to be the Judge of men, Acts 10:42 ; 17:31
Adversary - A — 1: ἀντίδικος (Strong's #476 — Noun Masculine — antidikos — an-tid'-ee-kos ) firstly, "an opponent in a lawsuit," Matthew 5:25 (twice); Luke 12:58 ; 18:3 , is also used to denote "an adversary or an enemy," without reference to legal affairs, and this is perhaps its meaning in 1 Peter 5:8 , where it is used of the Devil
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The law ordered in general that the first of all ripe fruits and of liquors, or, as it is Twice expressed, the first of first-fruits, should be offered in God's house
Fig - Twice the fig tree is mentioned in the New Testament
Fig Tree - Twice the fig tree is mentioned in the New Testament
Pisidia - ...
Paul and Barnabas traversed the district Twice in the first missionary journey (Acts 13:13 ; Acts 14:24 )
Demoniacs - Twice our Lord distinctly connects demoniacal possession with the power of the evil one
Mouth - , Matthew 18:16 ; 21:16 ; Luke 1:64 ; Revelation 14:5 ; as emanating from the heart, Matthew 12:34 ; Romans 10:8,9 ; of prophetic ministry through the Holy Spirit, Luke 1:70 ; Acts 1:16 ; 3:18 ; 4:25 ; of the destructive policy of two world potentates at the end of this age, Revelation 13:2,5,6 ; 16:13 (twice); of shameful speaking, Ephesians 4:29 ; Colossians 3:8 ; (3) of the Devil speaking as a dragon or serpent, Revelation 12:15,16 ; 16:13 ; (d) figuratively, in the phrase "face to face" (lit
Esau - This meant that, upon his father’s death, he would receive Twice the inheritance of any other sons and become family head
Jesus - It is in the Greek what Joshua is in Hebrew,who is Twice called in the New Testament Jesus, as in Acts 7:45and Like, Liken - A — 1: ὅμοιος (Strong's #3664 — Adjective — homoios — hom'-oy-os ) "like, resembling, such as, the same as," is used (a) of appearance or form, John 9:9 ; Revelation 1:13,15 ; 2:18 ; 4:3 (twice),6,7; 9:7 (twice),10,19; 11:1; 13:2,11; 14:14; (b) of ability, condition, nature, Matthew 22:39 ; Acts 17:29 ; Galatians 5:21 , "such like," lit
Samuel, the Books of - Hence he is but Twice mentioned in all Samuel, and then only as joined with Aaron in delivering Israel out of Egypt; the law is never mentioned (1 Samuel 12:6; 1 Samuel 12:8). ...
Levites are mentioned only Twice (1 Samuel 6; 2 Samuel 15:24), but thirty times in 1 Chronicles alone, containing David's history. The phrase "Lord of hosts," 62 times found in Isaiah, occurs Twice as often in Samuel as in all the other Old Testament histories put together
Selah - In the Psalms of Solomon ‘Selah’ occurs Twice (17:31 and 18:10), and in the oldest parts of the Jewish Liturgy (apart from the canonical Psalms, which are incorporated in it) 5 times (3 in the ‘Eighteen Blessings’ and 2 in the morning Benedictions preceding the Shema ‘)
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3: σφάζω (Strong's #4969 — Verb — sphazo | sphatto — sfad'-zo ) "to slay," especially of victims for sacrifice (akin to sphage: see SLAUGHTER), is used (a) of taking human life, 1 John 3:12 (twice); Revelation 6:4 , RV , "slay" (AV, "kill"); in Revelation 13:3 , probably of assination, RV , "smitten (unto death)," AV, "wounded (to death)," RV marg
Subject, Subjection - A — 1: ὑποτάσσω (Strong's #5293 — Verb — hupotasso — hoop-ot-as'-so ) primarily a military term, "to rank under" (hupo, "under," tasso, "to arrange"), denotes (a) "to put in subjection, to subject," Romans 8:20 (twice); in the following, the RV, has to subject for AV, "to put under," 1 Corinthians 15:27 (thrice),28 (3rd clause); Ephesians 1:22 ; Hebrews 2:8 (4th clause); in 1 Corinthians 15:28 (1st clause), for AV "be subdued;" in Philippians 3:21 , for AV, "subdue;" in Hebrews 2:5 , AV, "hath
no-Amon - Rawlinson, Esar-haddon and his son Assur-bani-pal both conquered Egypt, and the latter took Thebes Twice
Gideon - Although he knew the will of God, Twice he laid out the fleece in what seems an effort to avoid the will of God by imposing impossible conditions
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She remonstrated at his force, dwelling Twice on such baseness being wrought "in Israel," where a higher law existed than in pagandom
Judgment--Comparable to Balances - A railway traveller assured me that he had been weighed a dozen times at different stations, and only Twice did the machines give the same report, his opinion of their correctness was not very high; for the same reason, of how little worth are the opinions of the many as to the preachers of the gospel, for scarcely two in a score are of the same mind! There is a great weighing time coming, for which it will be well to be prepared, for woe unto the man whom the infallible balances shall find wanting
Preadamite - Finally, Adam is expressly called Twice, by the apostle Paul, the first man, 1 Corinthians 15:45 ; 1 Corinthians 15:47
Ostrich - This name occurs but Twice in the A
Flow - The tide flows Twice in twenty four hours
Prince - Also Israel had her “princes” (“rulers”): “… On the sixth day they gathered Twice as much bread, two omers for one man: and all the rulers of the congregation came and told Moses” ( Least - 1: ἐλάχιστος (Strong's #1646 — — elachistos — el-akh'-is-tos ) "least," is a superlative degree formed from the word elachus, "little," the place of which was taken by mikros (the comparative degree being elasson, "less"); it is used of (a) size, James 3:4 ; (b) amount; of the management of affairs, Luke 16:10 (twice); 19:17, "very little;" (c) importance, 1 Corinthians 6:2 , "smallest (matters);" (d) authority: of commandments, Matthew 5:19 ; (e) estimation, as to persons, Matthew 5:19 (2nd part); 25:40,45; 1 Corinthians 15:9 ; as to a town, Matthew 2:6 ; as to activities or operations, Luke 12:26 ; 1 Corinthians 4:3 , "a very small thing
Yea, Yes - 1: ναί (Strong's #3483 — particle — nai — nahee ) a particle of affirmation, is used (a) in answer to a question, Matthew 9:28 ; 11:9 ; 13:51 ; 17:25 ; 21:16 ; Luke 7:26 ; John 11:27 ; 21:15,16 ; Acts 5:8 ; 22:27 ; Romans 3:29 ; (b) in assent to an assertion, Matthew 15:27 , RV (AV, "truth"); Mark 7:28 ; Revelation 14:13 ; 16:7 , RV (AV, "even so"); (c) in confirmation of an assertion, Matthew 11:26 ; Luke 10:21 , RV (AV, "even so"); Luke 11:51 , RV (AV, "verily"); Luke 12:5 ; Philippians 4:3 (in the best texts); Philemon 1:20 ; (d) in solemn asseveration, Revelation 1:7 (AV and RV, "even so"); Revelation 22:20 , RV (AV, "surely"); (e) in repetition for emphasis, Matthew 5:37 ; 2 Corinthians 1:17 ; James 5:12 ; (f) singly in contrast to ou, "nay," 2 Corinthians 1:18,19 (twice),20, "(the) yea," RV
Much - , Luke 16:10 (twice); in the plural (polla), e
Weak, Weakened, Weaker, Weakness - weak" in Romans 4:19 , AV (RV, "being weakened"); 8:3; 14:1,2 (in some texts, 1 Corinthians 8:9 ); 2 Corinthians 11:21,29 (twice); 12:10; 13:3,4,9
Made - , Matthew 25:6 , "there is;" Matthew 27:24 , "was arising;" John 1:14 , "became;" John 2:9 , "become;" Romans 1:3 , "born;" Romans 2:25 , "is become;" Romans 10:20 , "became;" Galatians 3:13 , "having become;" Galatians 4:4 , "born" (twice); Hebrews 3:14 , "are become;" Hebrews 7:22
Prodicus, a Gnostic Teacher - Tertullian Twice mentions him ( Scorpiace 15; adv
Anoint, Anointing - it is also used of "anointing" a pillar, Genesis 31:13 , or captives, 2 Chronicles 28:15 , or of daubing a wall with mortar, Ezekiel 13:10-12,14,15 ; and, in the sacred sense, of "anointing" priests, in Exodus 40:15 (twice), and Numbers 3:3 . It is used only metaphorically in the NT; by metonymy, of the Holy Spirit, 1 John 2:20,27 , Twice
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2: φέρω (Strong's #5342 — verb — phero — fer'-o ) "to bring or bear," is translated in the RV by the latter verb in Luke 23:26 ; John 2:8 (twice); 12:24; 15:2 (twice); Hebrews 13:13 . It is used Twice of the Lord's propitiatory sacrifice, in His bearing sins on the cross, Hebrews 9:28 ; 1 Peter 2:24 ; the AV margin, "to the tree," is to be rejected
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2: φέρω (Strong's #5342 — verb — phero — fer'-o ) "to bring or bear," is translated in the RV by the latter verb in Luke 23:26 ; John 2:8 (twice); 12:24; 15:2 (twice); Hebrews 13:13 . It is used Twice of the Lord's propitiatory sacrifice, in His bearing sins on the cross, Hebrews 9:28 ; 1 Peter 2:24 ; the AV margin, "to the tree," is to be rejected
Merciful, Mercy - 2, "to have pity on" (from oiktos, "pity:" oi, an exclamation, = oh!), occurs in Romans 9:15 (twice), where it follows No. 1 (twice); the point established there and in Exodus 33:19 , from the Sept. 2), is used Twice in Luke 6:36 , "merciful" (of the character of God, to be expressed in His people); James 5:11 , RV, "merciful," AV, "of tender mercy
James - The "sons of thunder" had a burning and impetuous spirit, which Twice exhibits itself
Cornerstone - Architectural term used Twice in the New Testament (Ephesians 2:20 ; 1 Peter 2:6 ) to speak of the exalted Jesus as the chief foundation stone of the church, the cornerstone on which all the building depends
Right, Rightly - A — 1: ἐξουσία (Strong's #1849 — Noun Feminine — exousia — ex-oo-see'-ah ) "authority, power," is translated "right" in the RV, for AV, "power," in John 1:12 ; Romans 9:21 ; 1 Corinthians 9:4,5,6,12 (twice),18; 2 Thessalonians 3:9 , where the "right" is that of being maintained by those among whom the ministers of the gospel had labored, a "right" possessed in virtue of the "authority" given them by Christ, Hebrews 13:10 ; Revelation 22:14
Dagon - Twice a year, water was brought from distant places and poured into a chasm in the temple, through which the waters of the flood were said to have been drained away (Lucian de Syr
Merodach Baladan - Reigned Twice in Babylon with an interval between
Abomination That Causes Desolation, the - An expression that occurs three times in the Septuagint of Daniel (9:27; 11:31; 12:11) and Twice in the words of Jesus (Matthew 24:15 ; Mark 13:14 ), where slight linguistic variation exists
Bitumen - Zepheth also occurs Twice in Isaiah 34:9 (LXX Confirmation - The noun ‘confirmation’ is used only Twice in AV Leaven - ...
This antique view of leaven as (in Plutarch’s words) ‘itself the offspring of corruption, and corrupting the mass of dough with which it has been mixed,’ is reflected in the figurative use of ‘leaven’ in such passages as Matthew 16:6 ||, and especially in the proverbial saying Twice quoted by St
Lip - Twice ( 2 Kings 19:28 , Isaiah 37:29 ) we have an allusion to the cruel Assyrian custom of passing a ring through the lips of captives and leading them about with a rope or thong
Barley - The word occurs Twice (John 6:9; John 6:13), and in both cases represents the adjectival form κρίθινος in the original
Food - ’ The first word, βρῶμα, means anything eaten; while the second, βρῶσις, is used elsewhere in NT for ‘the act of eating’; but in the Gospels three times (in John) for that which is eaten; Twice as a general term for food (John 4:32; John 6:27), and once as contrasted with drink (John 6:55)
Book - " It is used in Luke 4:17,20 , of the "book" of Isaiah; in John 20:30 , of the Gospel of John; in Galatians 3:10 ; Hebrews 10:7 , of the whole of the OT; in Hebrews 9:19 , of the "book" of Exodus; in Revelation 1:11 ; 22:7,9,10,18 (twice), 19, of the Apocalypse; in John 21:25 ; 2 Timothy 4:13 , of "books" in general; in Revelation 13:8 ; 17:8 ; 20:12 ; 21:27 , of the "Book" of Life (see Note, below); in Revelation 20:12 , of other "books" to be opened in the Day of Judgment, containing, it would seem, the record of human deeds
Long - ) A note formerly used in music, one half the length of a large, Twice that of a breve
Joppa - Joppa was Twice destroyed by the Romans
Sack - Rome was Twice taken and sacked in the reign of one pope
While, Whiles, Whilst - " (12) Hos, as, "while" in Luke 24:32 (twice); John 12:35,36 ; Acts 1:10 ; 10:17
Thorn, Thorns - A — 1: ἄκανθα (Strong's #173 — Noun Feminine — akantha — ak'-an-thah ) "a brier, a thorn" (from ake, "a point"), is always used in the plural in the NT, Matthew 7:16 and parallel passage in Luke 6:44 ; Matthew 13:7 (twice),22 and parallels in Mark and Luke; in Matthew 27:29 ; John 19:2 , of the crown of "thorns" placed on Christ's head (see also B) in mock imitation of the garlands worn by emperors
Avenge, Avenger - , to avenge, in Luke 18:7,8 ; Acts 7:24 ; Twice it is used in statements that "vengeance" belongs to God, Romans 12:19 ; Hebrews 10:30
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B — 1: γνώμη (Strong's #1106 — — gnome — gno'-may ) "mind, will," is used with poieo, "to make," in the sense of "to agree," Revelation 17:17 (twice), lit
Archangel - Upon what solid ground that assertion stands, I know not; but this I know, the word ‘archangel' is not to be found in any one passage of the Old Testament: in the New Testament it occurs Twice, and only Twice
Judge - 1), is used (a) of God, Hebrews 12:23 , where the order in the original is "to a Judge who is God of all;" this is really the significance; it suggests that He who is the Judge of His people is at the same time their God; that is the order in Hebrews 10:30 ; the word is also used of God in James 4:12 , RV; (b) of Christ, Acts 10:42 ; 2 Timothy 4:8 ; James 5:9 ; (c) of a ruler in Israel in the times of the Judges, Acts 13:20 ; (d) of a Roman procurator, Acts 24:10 ; (e) of those whose conduct provides a standard of "judging," Matthew 12:27 ; Luke 11:19 ; (f) in the forensic sense, of one who tries and decides a case, Matthew 5:25 (twice); Luke 12:14 (some mss. 2 here); Luke 12:58 (twice); 18:2; 18:6 (lit
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A — 2: ἔτι (Strong's #2089 — Adverb — eti — et'-ee ) "yet, as yet, still," used of degree is translated "more" in Matthew 18:16 , "(one or two) more;" Hebrews 8:12 ; 10:17 , "(will I remember no) more;" Hebrews 10:2 , "(no) more (conscience);" Hebrews 11:32 , "(what shall I) more (say)?" Revelation 3:12 , "(he shall go out thence no) more;" Revelation 7:16 , "(no) more" and "any more;" Revelation 9:12 , AV "more" (RV, "hereafter"); Revelation 18:21-23 , "(no) more" "any more" (5 times); Revelation 20:3 , "(no) more;" Revelation 21:1,4 (twice); Revelation 22:3 . Romans 12:3 huper, "over, above," "more than," in Matthew 10:37 (twice); in Philemon 1:21 , AV, "more than" (RV, "beyond")
Wilderness, Desert - tsiyyâh meaning ‘dry ground’ is Twice translated ‘wilderness’ in AV Meribah - " But here Moses' old hastiness of spirit, which he had showed in the beginning of his career (Exodus 2), returned; "they provoked his spirit so that he spoke unadvisedly with his lips" (Psalms 106:32-33): "ye rebels, must we (forgetting that the power was that of God alone) fetch you water out of this rock?" Then lifting up his hand he smote Twice, whereas God had told him, "speak unto the rock
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3: φρονέω (Strong's #5426 — Verb — phroneo — fron-eh'-o ) "to think, set the mind on," implying moral interest and reflection, is translated "to regard" in Romans 14:6 (twice); the second part in the AV represents an interpolation and is not part of the original
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B — 4: διθάλασσος (Strong's #1337 — Adjective — dithalassos — dee-thal'-as-sos ) primarily signifies "divided into two seas" (dis, "twice," and thalassa); then, "dividing the sea," as of a reef or rocky projection running out into the "sea," Acts 27:41
Calvary - ” The word is used Twice in the Greek translation of the Old Testament (Judges 9:53 ; 2 Kings 9:35 ) to designate the skulls of Abimelech and Jezebel
Siloam - During the rains it may flow Twice a day, but in the late summer, once in two days
Groaning - 22, 23, 26) and Twice in 2 Corinthians 5 (vv
Faith, - the word 'faith' occurs but Twice
Demas - The name ‘Demetrius’ occurs Twice in the list of politarchs of Thessalonica; and, while we cannot say with certainty that the Demas of 2 Timothy 4:10 is identical with either of these, the possibility is not excluded
Firmilianus (1), Bishop of Caesarea - 266, in the first synod held to try Paul of Samosata, and visited Antioch Twice on this business ( Concil
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The word ‘babe’ (βρἐφος) is Twice used of the infant Jesus Himself (Luke 2:12; Luke 2:16)
Flute-Players - —Flute-playing is referred to Twice in the Gospels: once in the narrative as an expression of sorrow (Matthew 9:23 αὐλητάς, Authorized Version ‘minstrels,’ Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 ‘flute-players’); and once in the Lord’s teaching as an expression of gladness (ηὐλήσαμεν Matthew 11:17 with the parallel passage Luke 7:32 ‘we [1] piped’)
Abner - Abner cautioned him Twice, and then slew him
Incense - They went Twice a day into the holy place; namely, morning and evening, to burn incense there
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2: ἀληθής (Strong's #227 — Adjective — alethes — al-ay-thace' ) "true," is rendered "indeed" in John 6:55 (twice), see RV marg
Tarry - 7, is invariably rendered "to tarry," in the RV; AV, Twice, John 3:22 ; Acts 25:6 ; "continued" in John 11:54 ; Acts 15:35 ; "abode," Acts 12:19 ; 14:3,28 ; 20:6 ; "abiding," Acts 16:12 ; "had been," Acts 25:14
Then - , Matthew 7:23 ; 24:30 (twice),40; eight times in ch
James - The "sons of thunder" had a burning and impetuous spirit, which Twice exhibits itself
Captivities of the Jews - Shalmaneser Twice invaded, (2 Kings 17:3,5 ) the kingdom which remained to Hoshea, took Samaria (B
Mourn, Mourning - 2, "mourning," is used in James 4:9 ; Revelation 18:7 (twice), RV, "mourning" (AV, "sorrow"); Revelation 18:8 , "mourning;" Revelation 21:4 , RV, "mourning" (AV, "sorrow")
Paulus, the Black - They Twice communicated with him, loudly anathematizing the obnoxious synod; but the patriarch put off his part of the compact with the excuse that he must first obtain the consent of the bp
Purple (2) - Of the pure there were two sorts—(a) Tyrian, the most celebrated, which was ‘twice-dyed’; (b) amethystine, of a paler tint
Cock-Crowing - Mark we have the variations—all the more significant because of the writer’s commonly acknowledged dependence upon the Petrine tradition—that Jesus said to Peter, ‘Before the cock crow Twice, thou shalt deny me thrice’; and in correspondence with this a record of two distinct cock-crowings (Mark 14:30; Mark 14:68; Mark 14:72). The probability is that Jesus meant no more than this, that before Peter himself had Twice heard the cock crow he should thrice have been guilty of his great denial
Offer - 32:27); qirbah occurs Twice with the meaning of drawing near to worship God and offer sacrifice ( Twice, means “supply, offering” ( Word - , John 3:34 ; 8:20 ; Acts 2:14 ; 6:11,13 ; 11:14 ; 13:42 ; 26:25 ; Romans 10:18 ; 2 Peter 3:2 ; Jude 1:17 ; it is used of the Gospel in Romans 10:8 (twice),17, RV, "the word of Christ" (i. , the "word" which preaches Christ); 10:18; 1 Peter 1:25 (twice); of a statement, command, instruction, e
Most High - It is worth noting, too, that the title is Twice found in the mouth of demoniacs ( Mark 5:7 = Luke 8:28 , Acts 16:17 )
Thorns Thistles - (ἄκανθα, τρίβολος, σκόλοψ)...
Apart from the Gospels, thorns or thistles are alluded to only Twice in the NT
Spend, Spent - ...
Note: Polus, much, is rendered "far spent" Twice in Mark 6:35 , RV
Expect, Expectation - ...
A — 2: προσδοκάω (Strong's #4328 — Verb — prosdokao — pros-dok-ah'-o ) "to watch toward, to look for, expect" (pros, "toward," dokeo, "to think:" dokao "does not exist"), is translated "expecting" in Matthew 24:50 ; Luke 12:46 , RV (AV, "looketh for"); Luke 3:15 , "were in expectation;" Acts 3:5 , "expecting" (AV and RV); Acts 28:6 (twice), "expected that," RV (AV, "looked when") and "when they were long in expectation" (AV, "after they had looked a great while")
Gain - ),17,20,22; Mark 8:36 ; Luke 9:25 ; (b) "to get gain, make a profit," James 4:13 ; (II), metaphorically, (a) "to win persons," said (1) of "gaining" an offending brother who by being told privately of his offense, and by accepting the representations, is won from alienation and from the consequences of his fault, Matthew 18:15 ; (2) of winning souls into the kingdom of God by the Gospel, 1 Corinthians 9:19,20 (twice),21,22, or by godly conduct, 1 Peter 3:1 (RV, "gained"); (3) of so practically appropriating Christ to oneself that He becomes the dominating power in and over one's whole being and circumstances, Philippians 3:8 (RV, "gain"); (b) "to gain things," said of getting injury and loss, Acts 27:21 , RV, "gotten
Andrew - Previously he had been John the Baptist's disciple, and by him had been pointed to Jesus Twice as the Lamb of God
Arm - The related word ‘ezroa’ appears Twice (Job 31:22; Jeremiah 32:21)
Noble - ” This verb occurs only Twice and in a poetical usage
Of - , faith in Him, not His own faith, in the following passages in which the RV, "in" gives the correct meaning; Romans 3:22 ; Galatians 2:16 (twice),20, RV, "I live in faith, the faith which is in the Son of God;" Galatians 3:22 ; Ephesians 3:12 ; Philippians 3:9 (cp
Jesus - eight times (RV), Revelation 1:9 ; 12:17 ; 14:12 ; 17:6 ; 19:10 (twice); 20:4; 22:16
Lack, Lacking - A — 1: ὑστέρημα (Strong's #5303 — Noun Neuter — husterema — hoos-ter'-ay-mah ) denotes (a) "that which is lacking," "deficiency, shortcoming" (akin to hustereo, "to be behind, in want"), 1 Corinthians 16:17 ; Philippians 2:30 ; Colossians 1:24 , RV, "that which is lacking" [1], where the reference is not to the vicarious sufferings of Christ, but to those which He endured previously, and those which must be endured by His faithful servants; 1 Thessalonians 3:10 , where "that which is lacking" means that which Paul had not been able to impart to them, owing to the interruption of his spiritual instruction among them; (b) "need, want, poverty," Luke 21:4 , RV, "want" (AV, "penury"); 2 Corinthians 8:14 (twice) "want;" 2 Corinthians 9:12 , "wants" (AV, "want"); 2 Corinthians 11:9 , RV, "(the measure of my) want" [2]
Messi'ah - The word is Twice used in the New Testament of Jesus
Gideon - Still uncertain of himself, Gideon Twice asked God for miraculous signs to confirm that he was the one God had chosen (Judges 6:33-40)
Nicolaitans - ’ They are mentioned Twice in the NT (Revelation 2:6; Revelation 2:15) as a party at Ephesus and also at Pergamum, whose tenets were similar, it seems, in the judgment of the writer, to those of Balaam (q
Ask - With reference to petitioning God, this verb is found in Paul's epistles in Ephesians 3:20 ; Colossians 1:9 ; in James four times, James 1:5,6 ; 4:2,3 ; in 1John, five times, 1 John 3:22 ; 5:14,15 (twice) ,16. 2 (epi, "in addition"), is frequently used in the synoptic Gospels, but only Twice in the Gospel of John, 18:7,21
Jordan - It is terminated on both sides, through its whole length, by hills, which rise abruptly on the western border 1,000 or 1,200 feet high, and more gradually on the east, but Twice as high. Twice afterwards the Jordan was miraculously crossed, by Elijah and Elisha, 2 Kings 5:14 6:6
Mark, Gospel According to - He only Twice quotes from the Old Testament (1:2; 15:28)
Ephesus - Ephesus is Twice mentioned in the Apocalypse (1:11; 2:1)
Ever, For Ever, Evermore - , "unto the age," "for ever" (or, with a negative, "never"), Matthew 21:19 ; Mark 3:29 ; 11:14 ; Luke 1:55 ; John 4:14 ; 6:51,58 ; 8:35 (twice), 51,52; 10:28; 11:26; 12:34; 13:8; 14:16; 1 Corinthians 8:13 ; 2 Corinthians 9:9 ; Hebrews 5:6 ; 6:20 ; 7:17,21,24,28 ; 1 Peter 1:25 ; 1 John 2:17 ; 2 John 1:2 ; (c) eis tous aionas, lit
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B — 1: βουλεύω (Strong's #1011 — Verb — bouleuo — bool-yoo'-o ) "to take counsel, resolve," always in the Middle Voice in the NT, "to take counsel with oneself," to determine with oneself, is translated "I purpose" in 2 Corinthians 1:17 (twice)
Sarah - Twice he deceived people by saying Sarah was his sister
Widow - ...
So the rules that she should not have been Twice married, and that she must have brought up children and lodged strangers, would be strange, if the reference were to eligibility for church alms
Remnant - This word occurs only Twice as a substantive in the English NT, both instances being in the Epistle to the Romans
Magistrate (2) - —This English word occurs only Twice in the Gospels (Authorized Version ), viz
Rahab - By her marriage to Salmon; from whom sprang Boaz; and by the marriage of Boaz with Ruth, sprang Obed; and from Obed, Jesse; and from Jesse, David; and from David, after Twice fourteen generations after the flesh, sprang Christ
Decree - This word occurs only three times in the NT, once in the singular (Luke 2:1), where it is the decree of Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed, and Twice in the plural (Acts 16:4; Acts 17:7), the reference in the one case being to the decisions of the Apostolic Church at Jerusalem, and in the other to the decrees of the Roman Emperors against treason
Part - Twice the word is used as an adverb of limitation meaning “only”: “Lo, this only have I found, that God hath made man upright; but they have sought out many inventions” ( Choose - Bâchar is used 30 times in Deuteronomy, all but Twice referring to God’s “choice” of Israel or something in Israel’s life
Ambassador - Although this word occurs Twice (2 Corinthians 5:20 and Ephesians 6:20) in the English Version of the NT, the corresponding Greek noun (πρεσβευτής) occurs nowhere
Anguish - , "to crowd into a narrow space," or, in the Passive Voice "to be pressed for room," hence, metaphorically, "to be straitened," 2 Corinthians 4:8 ; 6:12 (twice), is found in its literal sense in two places in the Sept
Locust, - We witnessed them Twice
Power Powers - There is a strange variation in the RV_ of 2 Corinthians 12:9, where δύναμις is Twice used as an attribute of Christ; on the first occasion it renders ‘my power is made perfect in weakness’ (AV_ ‘my strength’), but on the second (where the AV_ has ‘power’) it gives ‘that the strength of Christ may rest upon me,’ Elsewhere ‘power’ is uniformly used by the RV_, replacing ‘might’ and ‘strength’ of the AV_ (cf
Decree - This word occurs only three times in the NT, once in the singular (Luke 2:1), where it is the decree of Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed, and Twice in the plural (Acts 16:4; Acts 17:7), the reference in the one case being to the decisions of the Apostolic Church at Jerusalem, and in the other to the decrees of the Roman Emperors against treason
Vanity - word ( ’âven ), whose root-meaning is ‘breath’ or ‘nothingness,’ is Twice rendered ‘vanity’ in the RV Master - ...
A — 2: κύριος (Strong's #2962 — Noun Masculine — kurios — koo'-ree-os ) "a lord, one who exercises power," is translated "masters" in Matthew 6:24 ; 15:27 ; Mark 13:35 ; Luke 16:13 ; Acts 16:16,19 ; Romans 14:4 , AV (RV, "Lord"); Ephesians 6:5,9 (twice), the 2nd time of Christ; so in Colossians 3:22 ; 4:1 . ...
A — 6: καθηγητής (Strong's #2519 — Noun Masculine — kathegetes — kath-ayg-ay-tace' ) properly "a guide" (akin to kathegeomai, "to go before, guide;" kata, "down," hegeomai, "to guide"), denotes "a master, a teacher," Matthew 23:10 (twice); some mss
Usury, Interest, Increase - Our Lord Twice introduces with approbation the investment of money with ‘the bankers ,’ so as to yield a proper ‘interest’ ( Matthew 25:27 , Luke 19:23 both RV Palace - ; John 18:28 (twice), AV, "the hall of judgment;" and "judgment hall," marg
Serve - , in Luke 10:40 ; 12:37 ; 17:8 ; 22:26,27 (twice); see MINISTER , B, No
Seek - ...
4: ἐπιζητέω (Strong's #1934 — Verb — epizeteo — ep-eed'-zay-teh'-o ) "to seek after" (directive, epi, "towards") is always rendered in the RV, by some form of the verb "to seek," Acts 13:7 , "sought" (AV, "desired"); Acts 19:39 , "seek" (AV, "inquire"); Philippians 4:17 , "seek for" (AV, "desire"), Twice; elsewhere, Matthew 6:32 ; 12:39 ; 16:4 ; Mark 8:12 (in some texts); Luke 12:30 ; Acts 12:19 ; Romans 11:7 ; Hebrews 11:14 ; 13:14
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A — 2: ἰσχυρός (Strong's #2478 — Adjective — ischuros — is-khoo-ros' ) "strong, mighty," is used of (a) persons: (1) God, Revelation 18:8 ; (2) angels, Revelation 5:2 ; 10:1 ; 18:21 ; (3) men, Matthew 12:29 (twice) and parallel passages; Hebrews 11:34 , AV, "valiant" (RV, "mighty"); Revelation 6:15 (in the best texts; some have No
Stone - psephizo, "to count"), Acts 26:10 , RV (AV, "voice"); (b) a (white) "stone" to be given to the overcomer in the church at Pergamum, Revelation 2:17 (twice); a white "stone" was often used in the social life and judicial customs of the ancients; festal days were noted by a white "stone," days of calamity by a black; in the courts a white "stone" indicated acquittal, a black condemnation
Searching - It is used Twice in Jn
Vinegar - ’...
It is Twice mentioned in the story of the Crucifixion
Ignorant, Ignorance - While the concept of ignorance is found often in various equivalents, the word itself rarely appears (only Twice in the RSV: Psalm 73:22 ; Ezekiel 45:20 )
Procession of the Holy Ghost - " If his mission and proceeding were the same thing, there would be a tautology in the words, his mission, according to that interpretation, being mentioned Twice in the same verse
Interest - —‘Interest,’ found Twice in Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 of the Gospels (Matthew 25:27, Luke 19:23) instead of ‘usury’ of Authorized Version, represents the Greek τόκος which in the LXX Septuagint is the equivalent of the Heb
Lust (2) - —The noun ‘lust’ (ἐπιθυμία) occurs only Twice in Authorized and Revised Versions of Gospels (Mark 4:19, John 8:44), and the verb ‘to lust’ (ἐπιθυμέω) only once (Matthew 5:28)
Fool (2) - In the RV it occurs only Twice (Matthew 5:22; Matthew 23:17), being in Matthew 23:19 omitted from the text, and in the three remaining places the rendering given is ‘foolish
Amen - ...
The Hebrew word is always translated 'Amen,' except Twice in Isaiah 65:16 , where it is rendered 'truth
Interpreter - We meet with this word Twice in the history of Joseph
Possess - Yereshah which appears Twice, means “something given as a permanent possession; to be taken over by conquest” ( Isa'Iah, Book of - This second part falls into three sections, each consisting of nine chapters:--
The first section, chs 40-48 has for its main topic the comforting assurance of the deliverance from Babylon by Koresh (Cyrus), who is even named Twice
Sheep - A common sheep of this sort, without the head, feet, skin, and entrails, weighs from sixty to eighty pounds, of which the tail itself is usually ten or fifteen pounds, and when the animal is fattened, Twice or thrice that weight, and very inconvenient to its owner
Palace - The KJV used palace Twice for the Greek aule (Matthew 26:3 ; Luke 11:21 )
Whole, Wholly, Wholesome - , Matthew 9:21,22 (twice), and parallel passages; Acts 4:9
Osee, Book of - Twice does Our Lord repeat the familiar saying: "I will have mercy and not sacrifice
Quirinius - Sulpicius Quirinius, stating that he governed Syria Twice
Asher, Aser - The tribe is Twice referred to in the N
Smite - 3); 23:48; Acts 23:2,3 (twice)
Elam - Nevertheless it was the scene of the Magian revolution, and Twice revolted under Darius Hystaspes (Behistun Inscription)
Defile, Defilement - ; (b) of "moral defilement," Titus 1:15 (twice); Hebrews 12:15 , "of moral and physical defilement," Jude 1:8
Patience, Patient, Patiently - ), "to bear patiently, endure," translated "patient" (present participle) in Romans 12:12 ; "ye take it patiently," 1 Peter 2:20 (twice)
Say, Speak, Answer - 1:15; 2:22; 9:32), and me’mar occurs Twice (Ezra 6:9; Nazareth - Twice they expelled him from their borders (4:16-29; Matthew 13:54-58 ); and he finally retired from the city, where he did not many mighty works because of their unbelief (Matthew 13:58 ), and took up his residence in Capernaum
Exorcism - Twice a loan-word, shedim (Akkadian: shedu , “protecting spirit”), is used to describe the foreign gods (Deuteronomy 32:17 ; Psalm 106:37 ) and is usually translated “demons” in English
Flesh And Spirit - ”...
The walk of obedience to the Holy Spirit, who is enshrined in the human spirit of Twice born men, is the only way to avoid allowing the flesh to rule
Iconium, - ...
The gospel was brought to Iconium by Paul and Barnabas, who visited it Twice on the first missionary journey (Acts 13:51 ; Acts 14:21 )
Sama'Ria - (1 Kings 16:32,33 ) It was Twice besieged by the Syrians, in B
Tribulation (2) - ’ The verb θλίβω occurs Twice in the Gospels: in Mark 3:9, where it describes the action of the crowd in ‘thronging’ Jesus; and Matthew 7:14, where it represents ‘the ways that leadeth unto life’ as being ‘straitened’ (τεθλιυμένη)
Hosea, Book of - Twice does Our Lord repeat the familiar saying: "I will have mercy and not sacrifice
Gilead - ) Twice our Lord withdrew to the trans-jordanic hills: after His baptism; again just before His last stay at Jerusalem (John 10:39-40)
Earth Earthen Earthy Earthly - word occurs Twice in the NT, but in English Version is only once translated ‘earthen
Balance - bilanx, bis, Twice, and lanz, a dish, the double dish
Census - It has been proved that Cyrenius (Quirinius) was Twice governor of Syria, which removes all difficulty as to the date of the census in Luke 2:1-5
Wind - If he stirs up trouble, it will come back on him Twice fold
Benjamin - Paul relates Twice that he was of the tribe of Benjamin
Darkness (2) - ...
Darkness is Twice used of secrecy or privacy (Matthew 10:27, Luke 12:3)
Axe - —This word occurs Twice in the Gospels (Matthew 3:10, Luke 3:9), each time in the report of the preaching of the Baptist
Draught of Fishes - —A Twice repeated miracle: (1) at the beginning of the Lord’s ministry, (2) after the Resurrection
Belial, Beliar - The word is, however, Twice used in the OT as a quasi-proper name
Meats - Thirty measures of the finest wheat flour were provided for it every day, and Twice as much of the ordinary sort; twenty stall-fed oxen, twenty pasture oxen, a hundred sheep, beside the venison of deer and roebucks, and wild fowls
Benjamin - Paul relates Twice that he was of the tribe of Benjamin
Cock - But according to Mark 14:30 , he says, "Before the cock crow Twice thou shalt deny me thrice
Armor - The habergeon is mentioned Twice—in reference to the gown of the high priest
Arms - The habergeon is mentioned Twice—in reference to the gown of the high priest
Palm Tree - " The word Phoenicia, which occurs Twice in the New Testament -- (Acts 11:19 ; 15:3 ) --is in all probability derived from the Greek word for a palm
Arms, Armor - See (3:9) ...
The HABERGEON is mentioned but Twice--in reference to the gown of the high priest
May, Mayest, Might - , Luke 21:22 ; Acts 26:18 (twice), "that they may turn," RV; cp
Authority - 1, signifies "to exercise power," Luke 22:25 ; 1 Corinthians 6:12 ; 7:4 (twice)
Year - ...
A — 3: διετία (Strong's #1333 — Noun Feminine — dietia — dee-et-ee'-a ) denotes "a space of two years" (dis, "twice," and No
Understand, Understood - , Matthew 13:13-15,19,23,51 ; 15:10 ; 16:12 ; 17:13 , and similar passages in Mark and Luke; Acts 7:25 (twice); 28:26,27; in Romans 3:11 , the present participle, with the article, is used as a noun, lit
Nard - The word is found in the OT (Song of Solomon 1:12; Song of Solomon 4:13-14) and Twice in the Gospels (Mark 14:3-5, John 12:3-5), occurring in both cases in the account of the anointing of our Lord, in a house at Bethany, by a woman whom St
Portion - (3) μέρος is used in the sense of fate, destiny, or lot; as such it occurs only Twice in the Gospels: Matthew 24:51 ‘He shall appoint his portion with the hypocrites,’ and Luke 12:46 ‘He shall appoint his portion with the unfaithful
Satan - Twice we read of persons "handed over to Satan" for spiritual discipline by the church (1 Corinthians 5:1-5 ; 1 Timothy 1:19-20 ). The Fourth Gospel has one instance of "Satan" (with none in the Epistles of John), while the "devil" (as Satan) occurs Twice in the Gospel and three times in the Epistles
Cyprus - Later, Paul Twice passed by the island on voyages, once on a return to Jerusalem (Acts 21:3 ) and finally while traveling to Rome (Acts 27:4 )
Hermon, Mount - The latter name appears Twice in the Old Testament, seemingly as the name of a peak adjacent to Hermon (1 Chronicles 5:23 ; Song of Song of Solomon 4:8 )
Joppa - The Amarna Letters mention Joppa Twice, with observations about the beauty of her gardens and the skill of her workmen in leather, wood, and metal
Seed - , Matthew 22:24,25 , RV, "seed" (AV, "issue"); John 7:42 ; 8:33,37 ; Acts 3:25 ; Romans 1:3 ; 4:13,16,18 ; 9:7 (twice),8,29; 11:1; 2 Corinthians 11:22 ; Hebrews 2:16 ; 11:18 ; Revelation 12:17 ; Galatians 3:16,19,29 ; in the 16th ver
Praise - Joshua 7:19 , indicating the genuine confession of facts in one's life which gives glory to God); John 12:43 (twice); 1 Peter 4:11
Power - 2), is used (a) in the Active Voice, Luke 22:25 , RV, "have authority" (AV, "exercise authority"), of the "power" of rulers; 1 Corinthians 7:4 (twice), of marital relations and conditions; (b) in the Passive Voice, 1 Corinthians 6:12 , to be brought under the "power" of a thing; here, this verb and the preceding one connected with it, exesti, present a paronomasia, which Lightfoot brings out as follows: "all are within my power; but I will not put myself under the power of any one of all things
Rich, Riches, Richly, Rich Man - Christ in you, the hope of glory;" (b) to be ascribed to Christ, Revelation 5:12 ; (c) of the effects of the gospel upon the Gentiles, Romans 11:12 (twice); (d) of the full assurance of understanding in regard to the mystery of God, even Christ, Colossians 2:2 , RV; (e) of the liberality of the churches of Macedonia, 2 Corinthians 8:2 (where "the riches" stands for the spiritual and moral value of their liberality); (f) of "the reproach of Christ" in contrast to this world's treasures, Hebrews 11:26
Excel, Excellency, Excellent - 4, is used Twice, in Hebrews 1:4 , "more excellent (name)," and Hebrews 8:6 , "more excellent (ministry)
Thessalo'Nians, First Epistle to the, - Paul had Twice attempted to re-visit Thessalonica, and both times had been disappointed
Brotherly Love - Twice he used the term philadelphia : first in 1 Thessalonians 4:9 , then in Romans 12:10
Michael - In the NT he is Twice mentioned by name (Judges 1:9, where he is described as ‘the archangel,’ and Revelation 12:7), and in both cases discharges functions that are in keeping with the position assigned him in Daniel
Incense - λίβανος is found Twice in NT (Matthew 2:11 and Revelation 18:13, in the latter together with θυμιάματα)
Keys - —The word (κλείς) occurs 6 times in the New Testament, Twice in the Synoptic Gospels, and 4 times in Revelation
Sosthenes - The name occurs Twice in the NT
Adam - The creation of man is related Twice, Genesis 1:26-27 (P Propitiation - We meet with this word but Twice in the Bible, namely, Romans 3:25; and 1 John 2:2; but it is most blessed and precious in both
Zacharias - " His lot was to burn incense, the embodiment of prayer (from whence also during the burning of incense the whole people prayed: Revelation 8:3-4; Psalms 141:2), and esteemed so honourable an office that the same person (say the rabbis) was not allowed to discharge it Twice
Gennadius (11) Massiliensis, Presbyter of Marseilles - A Twice-married Christian should not be ordained (72)
Genovefa, Patron Saint of Paris And of France - From her 15th to her 50th year she ate but Twice a week, and then only bread of barley or beans
Boasting - ‘Boastful’ still appears Twice in Revised Version (Romans 1:30, 2 Timothy 3:2, taking the place of Authorized Version ‘boasters,’ and is the equivalent of ἀλαζών, the abstract noun ἀλαζονεία being rendered in James 4:16 ‘vaunting’ and in 1 John 2:16 ‘vainglory,’ the only two places where it occurs
Ephraim - ...
In the kingdom under David and Solomon we read very little of Ephraim, but it is Twice called in the Psalms 'the strength (or defence) of mine head
Test - Matsrep occurs Twice and refers to a “crucible”: “The fining pot is for silver, and the furnace is for gold: but the Lord trieth the hearts” ( Bless, Blessed, Blessedness, Blessing - It is said of God Twice, 1 Timothy 1:11 ; 6:15
Labor - It is translated by the verb "to labor" in Matthew 11:28 ; John 4:38 (2nd part); Acts 20:35 ; Romans 16:12 (twice); 1 Corinthians 15:10 ; 16:16 ; Ephesians 4:28 ; Philippians 2:16 ; Colossians 1:29 ; 1 Thessalonians 5:12 ; 1 Timothy 4:10 ; 5:17 ; 2 Timothy 2:6 ; Revelation 2:3 ; 1 Corinthians 4:12 , RV, "toil" (AV, "labor")
Belief, Believe, Believers - " ...
(2) The negative noun apistia, "unbelief," is used Twice in Matthew (Matthew 13:58 ; 17:20 ), three times in Mark (Mark 6:6 ; 9:24 ; 16:14 ), four times in Romans (Romans 3:3 ; 4:20 ; 11:20,23 ); elsewhere in 1 Timothy 1:13 ; Hebrews 3:12,19
Offence - ...
Notes: (1) In the AV of Romans 4:25 ; 5:15 (twice),16-18,20, paraptoma, "a trepass," is translated "offense
Thank, Thanks, Thankful, Thankfulness, Thanksgiving, Thankworthy - 1 Thessalonians 2:13 ); virtually so in Philemon 1:4 ; (2) for fellowship shown, Philippians 1:3 ; (3) for God's gifts to them, 1 Corinthians 1:4 ; (d) is recorded (1) of Paul elsewhere, Acts 27:35 ; 28:15 ; Romans 7:25 ; 1 Corinthians 1:14 ; 14:18 ; (2) of Paul and others, Romans 16:4 ; 1 Thessalonians 2:13 ; of himself, representatively, as a practice, 1 Corinthians 10:30 ; (3) of others, Luke 17:16 ; Romans 14:6 (twice); 1 Corinthians 14:17 ; Revelation 11:17 ; (e) is used in admonitions to the saints, the Name of the Lord Jesus suggesting His character and example, Ephesians 5:20 ; Colossians 1:12 ; 3:17 ; 1 Thessalonians 5:18 ; (f) as the expression of a purpose, 2 Corinthians 1:11 , RV; (g) negatively of the ungodly, Romans 1:21
Samaria - It was Twice besieged by the Syrians, 1 Kings 20:1-43 2 Kings 6:24 7:1-20
ma'gi -
In the Hebrew text of the Old Testament the word occurs but Twice, and then only incidentally
Ephraim - ...
In the kingdom under David and Solomon we read very little of Ephraim, but it is Twice called in the Psalms 'the strength (or defence) of mine head
Incense - λίβανος is found Twice in NT (Matthew 2:11 and Revelation 18:13, in the latter together with θυμιάματα)
Maximus, an Ecclesiastical Writer - It does not absolutely disprove this, that Eusebius, though he Twice speaks of the writings of Maximus, does not mention that he was a bishop; probably Eusebius found in the book he used no mention of the author's dignity, and knew no more than we do whether he was the bp
Miltiades, 2nd Cent. Christian Writer - Jerome Twice mentions him ( Catal
Son - The occurrences in John's Gospel, John 1:51 ; 3:13,14 ; 5:27 ; 6:27,53,62 ; 8:28 ( John 9:35 in some texts); 12:23,34 (twice); 13:31, are not parallel to those in the Synoptic Gospels. , Matthew 10:23 ; 13:41 ; 16:27,28 ; 17:9 ; 24:27,30 (twice),37,39,44. Twice in the Apocalypse, Revelation 1:13 ; 14:14 , He is described as "One like unto a Son of man," RV (AV,"
World, the - ” It is translated as “world” four times in the KJV and Twice in the RSV ( Isaiah 23:17 ; Jeremiah 25:26 ). Olam is translated as “world” Twice in the KJV ( Psalm 73:12 ; Ecclesiastes 3:11 )
Destroy, Destroyer, Destruction, Destructive - 4, "to destroy utterly, to overthrow completely," is rendered "destroy," in Matthew 5:17 , Twice, of the Law; Matthew 24:2 ; 26:61 ; 27:40 ; Mark 13:2 ; 14:58 ; 15:29 ; Luke 21:6 , of the Temple; in Acts 6:14 , of Jerusalem; in Galatians 2:18 , of the Law as a means of justification; in Romans 14:20 (AV, "destroy," RV, "overthrow"), of the marring of a person's spiritual well-being (in ver. " In 2 Peter 2:12 it is used Twice; for the AV, "made to be taken and destroyed
Quirinius - Now this stone distinctly mentions that he was Twice legatus of Syria. 12, for he was then consul at Rome; and even if it were of any service, we cannot place him later, for he became tutor of Caius Caesar and governor of Asia; so that there is a difficulty in fixing his earlier period of holding office in Syria, if, indeed, he was Twice governor
Thom'as - " (John 20:29 ) In the New Testament we hear of Thomas only Twice again, once on the Sea of Galilee with the seven disciples, where he is ranked next after Peter, (John 21:2 ) and again in the assemblage of the apostles after the ascension
Vote - ...
The word ‘vow’ occurs Twice (as translation of the Greek word εὐχή) in the Authorized Version of the NT (Acts 18:18; Acts 21:23)
Religion - Ἰουδαϊσμός is Twice translated ‘the Jews’ religion
Anoint - Isaiah 61:1; Messiah, Twice so designated in the Old Testament (Psalms 2:2; Daniel 9:25-26), at once Prophet, Priest, and King, the Center of all prophecy, the Antitype of all priesthood, and the Source and End of all kingship (Luke 4:18; Acts 4:27; Acts 10:38)
Deliverer - In the Acts and Epistles the word ‘deliverer’ occurs only Twice
Adam - Paul Twice used the contrast of Christ with Adam to clarify the achievement of Christ for mankind
Gilead - Its fitness for pasture is celebrated in the Song of Songs: the Shulammite’s hair is Twice compared to ‘goats that lie along the side of Mount Gilead’ ( Song of Solomon 4:6 ; Song of Solomon 6:5 )
Fig, Fig-Tree - (συκῆ, σῦκου, ὄλυνθος)...
Apart from the three references in the Gospels (Matthew 7:16, Mark 11:13, Luke 6:44), figs are mentioned only Twice in the NT (James 3:12, Revelation 6:13)
Fierceness - —The word ‘fierce’ occurs Twice in Authorized Version (Matthew 8:28 of the two demoniacs [1], Luke 23:5 of our Lord’s accusers [2])
Apostasy - ” The Greek noun occurs Twice in the New Testament (Acts 21:21 ; 2 Thessalonians 2:3 ), though it is not translated as “apostasy” in the King James Version
Walk - Helek occurs Twice and means a “visitor” ( Strife - Meribah occurs Twice, and it means “strife
Adversary (2) - —In the Gospels the word ‘adversary’ stands Twice (Luke 13:17; Luke 21:15) for ἀντικείμενος, and thrice (Matthew 5:25, Luke 12:58; Luke 18:3) for ἀντίδικος
Noah - Noah is Twice spoken of as a righteous man, along with Daniel and Job, though able to secure only their own safety when God's sore judgements were on the land
Mennonites - They assemble, or used to do so, Twice every year from all parts of Holland, at Rynsbourg, a village two leagues from Leyden, at which time they receive the communion, sitting at a table in the manner of the Independents; but in their form of discipline they are said more to resemble the Presbyterians
Naaman - But the premises are not sufficient to support the conclusion; for it appears that Benhadad had commanded his army in person Twice before; once in the siege of Samaria, 1 Kings 20:1 , and once at Aphek, 1 Kings 20:26
Daniel the Prophet - He is Twice classed with Noah and Job as a faithful one
Noah - Noah is Twice spoken of as a righteous man, along with Daniel and Job, though able to secure only their own safety when God's sore judgements were on the land
Many - , Matthew 24:12 , RV; Mark 9:26 , RV, "the more part" (AV "many"); Romans 5:15,19 (twice), RV; Romans 12:5 ; 1 Corinthians 10:17 ; 10:33 , RV; so 2 Corinthians 2:17 ; in 1 Corinthians 11:30 , RV, "not a few
Servant of the Lord - Twice the servant is called "a light to the Gentiles" (42:6; 49:6), and "light" is clearly paralleled to "salvation. Twice Christ is called the "Righteous One, " perhaps an allusion to the "righteous servant" of Isaiah 53:11 ( Acts 3:14 ; 7:52 )
Priest - He divided them into 24 courses—16 of the family of Eleazar, and eight of the family of Ithamar; and, as these courses officiated in regular succession, changing every Sabbath, 2 Chronicles 23:8, each course would be in attendance at the sanctuary at least Twice a year
Wages - Deuteronomy 15:18 seems to say that a hireling cost the farmer Twice as much as a slave, and since the latter received only his keep and his few clothes, it follows that the former will have earned the equivalent thereof, over and above, in wages
Dark, Darken, Darkly, Darkness - While skotos is used more than Twice as many times as skotia in the NT, the Apostle John uses skotos only once, 1 John 1:6 , but skotia 15 times out of the 18
Month - Latterly, its appearance (which may be seen 40 hours after the moon's conjunction with the sun) was reported by proper witnesses to the authorities, who announced the month's commencement by Twice repeating "mequdash ," consecrated
Reward (2) - Paul Twice uses ἀντιμισθία (Romans 1:27, 2 Corinthians 6:13); while Ep
Lewd Lewdness - (Acts 17:5; Acts 18:14)...
The English word occurs Twice in the NT, once as an adjective (Gr
Cloud - Twice also it has a place in His own prediction of His coming again (Matthew 24:30 || Mark 13:26 || Luke 21:27, Matthew 26:64 || Mark 14:62)
Consolation - The word ‘consolation’ (παράκλησις) occurs only Twice in the Gospels (Luke 2:25; Luke 6:24, both Authorized Version and Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885)
Hesychius (25), Presbyter of Jerusalem - He is Twice mentioned by Photius, who shares to some extent in the confusion as to the Hesychii, and assigns him no date
Sanctification - The thought is Twice expressed by the Lord Jesus as to Himself
Eat - 'Ôkel appears Twice in Prepare - 16:7, RSV),...
Used abstractly, kûn can refer to a concept as “established,” or “fixed” so as to be unchanging and unchangeable: “And for that the dream was doubled unto Pharaoh Twice; it is because the thing is established by God, and God will shortly bring it to pass” ( Humble (Self) - ” This word appears Twice ( Marriage, Marry - ...
Note: In Romans 7:3 (twice) and Romans 7:4 , AV, ginomai, "to become" (here, "to become another man's"), is translated "be married" (RV, "be joined")
Cloud - Twice also it has a place in His own prediction of His coming again (Matthew 24:30 || Mark 13:26 || Luke 21:27, Matthew 26:64 || Mark 14:62)
Occupation (2) - It occurs elsewhere Twice in the Authorized Version (Acts 18:3 [1] and Acts 19:25 [2])
Joannes Presbyter - Eusebius points out that as the name John occurs here Twice: the first time in a list of apostles, no doubt representing John the apostle; the second time in a different list, after the name of Aristion and with the title elder prefixed, it must represent a different person. Several reject it, judging Papias to be mentioning one John Twice. " ...
The only Eusebian argument then that remains is that Papias mentions the name John Twice over and therefore may be presumed to speak of two Johns
Growing - Rare in classical literature, αὔξησις is used only Twice in the NT, viz. Twice he assures the Corinthians (1 Corinthians 3:8) that this growth, although in them, has a Divine origin
Abba (2) - Mark in our Lord’s prayer in Gethsemane (Mark 14:36 Ἀββᾶ ὁ πατήρ, πάντα δυνατά σοι), and given Twice in the same association with ὁ πατήρ by St. Paul’s using the phrase Twice, in two Epistles written about the same time, indeed, but to two widely distant Churches
Consecrate, Consecration (2) - —In the Authorized Version of NT ‘consecrated’ occurs Twice. ...
If ἀγιάζειν be uniformly rendered ‘consecrate’ in our Lord’s intercessory prayer, it will be seen that He Twice expresses His yearning desire for the consecration of the men whom His Father had given Him out of the world: (1) John 17:17 ‘Consecrate them in the truth’; as Jesus sends forth His disciples on the same mission which brought Him into the world at His Father’s bidding, He asks that they also may be set apart for holy service, and may be divinely equipped for their task, even as He was, by the indwelling of the Father’s love (John 17:26)
Rest - ...
A — 2: κατάπαυσις (Strong's #2663 — Noun Feminine — katapausis — kat-ap'-ow-sis ) in classical Greek, denotes "a causing to cease" or "putting to rest;" in the NT, "rest, repose;" it is used (a) of God's "rest;" Acts 7:49 ; Hebrews 3:11,18 ; 4:1,3 (twice), RV (1st part), "that rest" (the AV, "rest," is ambiguous), Hebrews 4:5,11 ; (b) in a general statement, applicable to God and man, Hebrews 4:10
Asia - 118), and in the NT (where the name is found 22 times-15 times in Acts , 4 times in the Pauline Epistles, once in 1 Peter, Twice in Rev
Philippi - They alone supplied his wants Twice in Thessalonica soon after he left them (Philippians 4:15-16); a third time, through Epaphroditus, just before this epistle (Philippians 4:10; Philippians 4:18; 2 Corinthians 11:9)
Doubt - It occurs but Twice in the Gospels (Matthew 21:21, Mark 11:23); where the power of faith is, by implication, contrasted with the impotency which is involved in the want of faith
Fathers - —The plural of ‘father’ is found in 14 passages in the Gospels, once (in the Greek) with no determining word (Luke 1:17), Twice with the article only, ‘the fathers’ (John 6:58 Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 7:22), and 11 times with a pronoun: ‘our’ (Matthew 23:30, Luke 1:55; Luke 1:72, John 4:20; John 6:31); ‘your’ (Matthew 23:32, Luke 11:47-48, John 6:49); ‘their’ (Luke 6:23; Luke 6:26)
Pass Over - ‘Abarah, which occurs Twice, means “crossing or ford” ( Speak - This noun is used Twice of God’s “affairs” in the sense of the care of the temple ( Colosse - Paul had never been either at Laodicea or Colosse; but surely it is very improbable that he should have travelled Twice into Phrygia for the purpose of preaching the Gospel, and not have gone either to Laodicea or Colosse, which were the two principal cities of that country; especially as in the second journey into those parts it is said, that he "went over all the country of Gallatia and Phrygia, strengthening all the disciples;" and moreover, we know that it was the Apostle's practice to preach at the most considerable places of every district into which he went
One - , Matthew 21:24 ; Romans 3:10 ; 1 Corinthians 9:24 ; 1 Timothy 2:5 (twice); (b) "one, alone," e
Jesus Christ - The Greek form of the word, Jesus, is Twice used in the New Testament when Joshua the son of Nun is intended, Acts 7:45 Hebrews 4:8
Hear, Hearing - 1); then (in the NT) "to hear without taking heed, to neglect to hear," Matthew 18:17 (twice); in Mark 5:36 the best mss
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C — 3: μέλλω (Strong's #3195 — Verb — mello — mel'-lo ) "to be about to," is translated "will" in Matthew 2:13 ; John 7:35 (twice); "wilt," John 14:22 ; "will," Acts 17:31 ; "wouldest," Acts 23:20 ; "will," Acts 27:10 ; Revelation 3:16
Honor - ...
A — 2: δόξα (Strong's #1391 — Noun Feminine — doxa — dox'-ah ) "glory," is translated "honor" in the AV of John 5:41,44 (twice); 8:54: 2 Corinthians 6:8 ; Revelation 19:7 ; the RV keeps to the word "glory," as the AV everywhere else
Time - ...
A — 3: ὥρα (Strong's #5610 — Noun Feminine — hora — ho'-rah ) primarily, "any time or period fixed by nature," is translated "time" in Matthew 14:15 ; Luke 14:17 ; Romans 13:11 , "high time;" in the following the RV renders it "hour," for AV, "time," Matthew 18:1 ; Luke 1:10 ; John 16:2,4,25 ; 1 John 2:18 (twice); Revelation 14:15 ; in Mark 6:35 , RV, "day;" in 1 Thessalonians 2:17 , RV, "a short (season)," lit
Purity (2) - In the Greek the first group consists of καθκρός, καθαριζῳ, καθαρισμός (frequently); καθαίρω, διακαθαριζω (twice each); καθαρότης, κάθαρμα, τερικαθαρμα (once each); and ἀκαθαρτος, ἀκαθαρσια. This appears well in Hebrews 9:13 ἁγιάζει πρὸς … καθαροτητα; in the parallel use of αἱ ἡμέραι τοῦ καθαρισμοῦ (Luke 2:22) and αἱ ἡμέραι τοῦ ἀγνισμοῦ (Acts 21:26); and in the use of καθαρισμός Twice (Acts 2:6, Acts 3:25) and of ἁγνιζω once (John 11:55) in St
Lord (2) - (2) The use of the name with the article is infrequent, occurring in all 11 times (twice in Mt. , and Twice in John. It occurs Twice in Mk
Jordan - Twice afterwards its waters were miraculously divided at the same spot by Elijah and Elisha (2 Kings 2:8,14 )
do, Done - He uses prasso Twice in the Gospel, 3:20; 5:29
Shew - 17; (2) anangello ("to declare"), Matthew 11:4 , "tell;" 1618527430_50 , "declare;" John 16:25 , "shall tell;" Acts 19:18 ; 20:20 , "declaring;" (3) katangello, Acts 16:17 ; 26:23 ; 1 Corinthians 11:26 , "proclaim;" in the last passage the partaking of the elements at the Lord's Supper is not a "showing forth" of His death, but a proclamation of it; (4) phaneroo, John 7:4 ; 21:1 (twice),14; Romans 1:19 , "to manifest;" (5) deloo, ("to make plain"), 2 Peter 1:14 , "signify;" (6) diegeomai ("to recount"), Luke 8:39 , "declare;" (7) emphanizo ("to manifest"), Acts 23:22 , "hast signified;" (8) euangelizo, Luke 1:19 , "to bring glad tidings;" (9) katatithemi ("to lay up"), Acts 24:27 , "to gain;" (10) lego ("to tell"), 1 Corinthians 15:51 , "I tell;" (11) energeo, Matthew 14:2 ; Mark 6:14 , "work;" (12) ophthe (lit
Eusebius, Bishop of Vercellae - He was a troublesome prisoner, having Twice all but starved himself to death because he would not accept provisions from Arian hands
Benjamin - ]'>[5] ( Genesis 46:21 ) makes him, when he entered Egypt, the father of ten sons, that is more than Twice as many as Jacob’s other sons except Dan, who had seven
Genealogy of Jesus Christ - The name Jehoiakim seemingly has dropped out, Josiah's son and Jeconiah's father; otherwise David would have to be counted Twice to make up the second 14
Blessedness (2) - Twice (Luke 11:27; Luke 14:15) beatitudes of a material character are uttered by our Lord’s hearers, and He at once rebukes them, and shows the necessity of fixing the desires of the heart on the inward and unseen
Fool - Twice in these 2 Cor
Blessedness - Paul has it Twice only (Romans 4:7-8), and then in an OT quotation
Perish - A variant spelling ‘abdan also occurs Twice with the meaning “destruction” ( Olives - "Twice," says Dr
True, Truly, Truth - , "true;" John 5:31,32 ; in the best texts, John 6:55 (twice), "indeed;" John 8:13,14 (ver
Pre-Existence - And in the climax of self-revealing at the Last Supper, Jesus in His communing with the Father Twice refers to His own personal relations with the Father before the world began (John 17:5; John 17:24)
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A — 4: ἀφίημι (Strong's #863 — Verb — aphiemi — af-ee'-ay-mee ) "to send away," signifies "to permit, suffer," in Matthew 3:15 (twice); Matthew 19:14 ; 23:13 ; Mark 1:34 ; 5:19,37 ; 10:14 ; 11:16 ; Luke 8:51 ; 12:39 , AV (RV, "left"); 18:16; John 12:7 , RV, AV and RV marg
Mizpah - The Septuagint Twice renders Mizpah skopia
Repentance - Twice the letters call for the readers to remember and thereby to return to what they had been
Altar - Twice a day, incense was burned on the altar
Reproach - So far as the Revised Version rendering of the apostolic writings is concerned, this word represents the Greek ὀνειδισμός, It occurs Twice in the Pauline Epistles and three times in Hebrews, and affords interesting instances of references to OT thought and employment of OT language
Wicked - κακἰα occurs only once (Acts 8:22), ἄθεσμος Twice (2 Peter 2:7; 2 Peter 3:17)
Wonders - Jesus used the conjoined terms Twice in His recorded sayings—once when He foretold that false prophets would come and ‘show great signs and wonders’ (Mark 13:22, Matthew 24:24), and once when He complained that the people demanded such things of Him before they would have faith in Him—‘Except ye see signs and wonders, ye will in no wise believe’ (John 4:48)
Sadducees - 14 [10]); and Twice says they rejected "Fate" (predestination) to dissociate God from evil and to assert the human free choice of good or evil (War 2
Consecrate, Consecration - The word ‘consecrate’ occurs Twice in the Authorized Version of Hebrews (Hebrews 7:28; Hebrews 10:20)
Fasting - In New Testament times the strict Jews fasted Twice a week (Luke 18:12), namely, on the second and fifth days
Shimei - "...
But on his deathbed David felt, though he forgave Shimei the personal wrong, yet that public justice required his punishment in some form, for David was not likely, in going to appear before God, to cherish revenge after having spared him Twice when he might justly have slain him
Jerusalem - (Matthew 23:37) And Matthew Twice calls it by this name
Abide, Abode - , "to wear through by rubbing, to wear away" (dia, "through," tribo, "to rub"), when used of time, "to spend or pass time, to stay," is found Twice in John's Gospel, 3:22 and 11:54, RV "tarried," instead of "continued;" elsewhere only in the Acts, eight times, 12:19; 14:3,28; 15:35; 16:12; 20:6; 25:6,14
Light, Noun, And Verb, Lighten - 1), "bright," is rendered "full of light" in Matthew 6:22 ; Luke 11:34,36 (twice), figuratively, of the single-mindedness of the eye, which acts as the lamp of the body; in Matthew 17:5 , "bright," of a cloud
Phar'Isees, - ; their fastings Twice in the week, (Luke 18:12 ) were their tithing; (Matthew 23:23 ) and such, finally, were those minute and vexatious extensions of the law of the Sabbath, which must have converted God's gracious ordinance of the Sabbath's rest into a burden and a pain
Think - , love does not reckon up or calculatingly consider the evil done to it (something more than refraining from imputing motives); 1 Corinthians 13:11 , "I thought;" in the following, for the AV, "to think," in 2 Corinthians 3:5 , RV, "to account;" 1 Corinthians 10:2 (twice), "count;" 1 Corinthians 10:7 , "consider;" 1 Corinthians 10:11 , "reckon;" 1 Corinthians 12:6 , "account
Heaven, Heavenly - , in a position of Divine authority), Ephesians 1:20 ; and of the present position of believers in relationship to Christ, Ephesians 2:6 ; where they possess "every spiritual blessing," Ephesians 1:3 ; (c) of Christ as "the Second Man," and all those who are related to Him spirtually, 1 Corinthians 15:48 ; (d) of those whose sphere of activity or existence is above, or in contrast to that of earth, of "principalities and powers," Ephesians 3:10 ; of "spiritual hosts of wickedness," Ephesians 6:12 , RV, "in heavenly places," for AV, "in high places;" (e) of the Holy Spirit, Hebrews 6:4 ; (f) of "heavenly things," as the subjects of the teaching of Christ, John 3:12 , and as consisting of the spiritual and "heavenly" sanctuary and "true tabernacle" and all that appertains thereto in relation to Christ and His sacrifice as antitypical of the earthly tabernacle and sacrifices under the Law, Hebrews 8:5 ; 9:23 ; (g) of the "calling" of believers, Hebrews 3:1 ; (h) of heaven as the abode of the saints, "a better country" than that of earth, Hebrews 11:16 , and of the spiritual Jerusalem, Hebrews 12:22 ; (i) of the kingdom of Christ in its future manifestation, 2 Timothy 4:18 ; (j) of all beings and things, animate and inanimate, that are "above the earth," Philippians 2:10 ; (k) of the resurrection and glorified bodies of believers, 1 Corinthians 15;49 ; (l) of the "heavenly orbs," 1 Corinthians 15:40 ("celestial," Twice, and so rendered here only)
Natural - It is also used Twice in Revised Version margin as an alternative to another translation of the same word
Witness - 1); it is used of the "witness" (a) of God the Father to Christ, John 5:32,37 ; 8:18 (2nd part); 1 John 5:9,10 ; to others, Acts 13:22 ; 15:8 ; Hebrews 11:2,4 (twice),5,39; (b) of Christ, John 3:11,32 ; 4:44 ; 5:31 ; 7:7 ; 8:13,14,18 (1st part); 13:21; 18:37; Acts 14:3 ; 1 Timothy 6:13 ; Revelation 22:18,20 ; of the Holy Spirit, to Christ, John 15:26 ; Hebrews 10:15 ; 1 John 5:7,8 , RV, which rightly omits the latter part of ver
Prince (2) - ἀρχηγός is Twice applied to Christ in Acts in the expressions ‘Prince [4] of life’ (acts Acts 3:15) and ‘a Prince and a Saviour’ (Acts 5:31)
Will - In the Gospels it occurs only Twice-in Luke 7:30 of God, and in Luke 23:51 of man. It occurs outside the Gospels six times in a bad sense, Twice in a good sense, and Twice neutral; in the Gospels, however, out of six instances only one is bad
David - David did not then refuse to take up again his harp; though once or Twice the maddened king strove to kill him with his javelin, and, because he could no longer bear his constant presence, removed him from the body-guard to a separate command, l Twice sparing Saul's life; perhaps the battle for the water of the well of Bethlehem, 1 Chronicles 11:15-19; and also the residence with Achish, who gave him Ziklag
Look - , Acts 7:31 ; horasis signifies especially the act of seeing, horama that which is seen), Acts 2:17 ; Revelation 9:17 ; (b) an appearance, Revelation 4:3 , translated "to look upon" (twice in the RV; In the second instance the AV has "in sight")
Witness - ), and in the Gospels, but is found only Twice in the Epistles (1 Corinthians 9:16 -‘Woe is unto me, if I preach not the gospel,’ and Judges 1:11, where a reference is made to the false teachers in the Church-‘Woe unto them! for they went in the way of Cain,’ i
Joy - where it appears Twice as ‘rejoicing
Spirit - ...
Given the distributed uses of ruah [1] (standing Twice as often for the wind/power of God as it does for the breath/feelings/will of the person), mortals cannot see themselves as independent of God
Samuel, Second Book of - Twice he signally defeated the Philistines
Father's House - ...
The expression occurs Twice elsewhere in the Gospels, with reference to the Temple, and in both cases bears an emphatic meaning: (a) In Luke 2:49 the words ἐν τοῖς τοῦ τατρός μου, although capable of the translation ‘about my Father’s business’ (as in Authorized Version), are more properly rendered ‘in my Father’s house’ ( Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885)
Assembly - ...
Against this latter interpretation, it may be pointed out that men are mentioned separately-‘and to the spirits of just men made perfect’-and it is improbable that the groups occur Twice
Charge, Chargeable - , "to draw asunder" (dia, "asunder," stello, "to draw"), signifies "to admonish, order, charge," Matthew 16:20 ; Mark 5:43 ; 7:36 (twice); 8:15; 9:9
Bring, Bringing, Brought - ...
A — 7: προφέρω (Strong's #4393 — Verb — prophero — prof-er'-o ) denotes "to bring forth," Luke 6:45 , Twice
Dog - I was miserable, and almost driven to despair, at seeing my hunting dogs, Twice let loose by the carelessness of my servants, bringing into the court yard the heads and arms of slaughtered men, and which I could no way prevent but by the destruction of the dogs themselves
Peter - , Twice in Gal. ‘Simon,’ standing alone, occurs less frequently (twice in Matthew , 5 times in Mark , 10 times in Lk. , Twice in Luke , 18 times in John , 4 times in Acts, and once in 2 Pet. (Shimeôn = Simeon); but, since it is applied to Peter at most only Twice in the NT (Acts 15:14; 2 Peter 1:1), it can hardly have been his real name
Family Life And Relations - Genesis 2:24 is cited with approbation Twice in the Gospels ( Matthew 19:5 ; Mark 10:8 ) and Twice in the Pauline corpus (1 Corinthians 6:16 ; Ephesians 5:31 ) as indicating the close bonds between husband and wife and, therefore, of the family unit
Receive, Receiving - 7); (c) to receive back, Luke 6:34 (twice); 15:27. , Matthew 10:14,40 (four times),41 (twice); 18:5; Mark 6:11 ; 9:37 ; Luke 9:5,48,53 ; 10:8,10 ; 16:4 ; Luke 16:9 , of reception, "into the eternal tabnacles," said of followers of Christ who have used "the mammon of unrighteousness" to render assistance to ("make
Guilt - Twice 1John says that Jesus is the propitiation for our sins (1 John 2:2 ; 1 John 4:10 )
Saul - Twice Saul was in the power of David, who refused to harm the Lord’s anointed (chs
End, Ending - , "unto this," signifies "to this end," John 18:37 , RV (twice; AV, "for this cause," in the second clause); so Mark 1:38 ; Acts 26:16 ; Romans 14:9 ; Romans 14:9 ; 2 Corinthians 2:9 ; 1 Timothy 4:10 (AV, "therefore"); 1 Peter 4:6 ; 1 John 3:8 (AV, "for this purpose")
Providence - The verbal form (pronoeo ) meaning “to know in advance” is found Twice in the New Testament and eleven times in the Greek Old Testament
Resurrection of Jesus Christ - ” Jesus appeared Twice to the disciples in the upper room, the second time a week after the first for the sake of the unbelieving Thomas
Fast, Fasting - ...
Joel speaks Twice of setting apart a fast and calling a sacred assembly (1:14; 2:15)
Fatherhood of God - There God is specifically called the Father of the nation of Israel (Deuteronomy 32:6 ; Isaiah 63:16 ; [1] 64:8; Jeremiah 3:4,19 ; 31:9 ; Malachi 1:6 ; 2:10 ) or the Father of certain individuals (2 Samuel 7:14 ; 1 Chronicles 17:13 ; 22:10 ; 28:6 ; Psalm 68:5 ; 89:26 ) only fifteen times
Water - The prophet of the Revelation (recalling Ezekiel 1:24; Ezekiel 43:2) once compares the voice of Christ (Revelation 1:15), and Twice that of the great multitude of the redeemed (Revelation 14:2, Revelation 19:6), to the voice of many waters, in the one case thinking perhaps of the music of waves quietly breaking, in the other of the thunder of great billows crashing, around the aegean island which was his place of exile
Nicodemus - working Teacher is not enough for seeing the kingdom of God, Jesus with a Twice repeated Amen solemnly declares; there must be new birth from above (margin John 3:3; John 3:5; John 3:7), "of water (the outward sign) and of the Spirit" (the essential thing, not inseparably joined to the water baptism: Mark 16:16; Acts 2:38 (See BAPTISM)), so that, as an infant just born, the person is a "new creature"; compare Naaman the type, 2 Kings 5:14; 2 Corinthians 5:17; Ezekiel 36:25-26
Haggai, Theology of - Twice in chapter two Haggai states that the Lord will shake the heavens and the earth (vv
Enlightenment - The Twice-mentioned ‘tasting’ suggests the symbolic tasting and eating in the pagan ceremonies
Shame - In the LXX Septuagint it occurs Twice in Mac
Sidon (2) - Thus the primary Gospel of Mark, the more ancient Sinaitic and Vatican Manuscripts , Professor Weiss, and the Revisers do not hesitate to depict Jesus as entering Gentile territory (twice), entering a (probably) heathen house, and dispensing blessings upon a pagan woman, going then yet farther ‘through Sidon’ and Decapolis
Rebels - Let him then ask, (for I presume not to determine upon it,) what was the particular sin of Moses on this occasion? Perhaps the unhallowed manner of joining himself with the Lord, when he said, must we fetch water out of this rock? Perhaps the smiting the rock Twice, when but once on the former occasion, at the Lord's command, was done, Exodus 17:6
Gideon - At the command of Jahweh his army is Twice reduced, first to ten thousand men, and then to three hundred
Fasting (2) - In His teaching He directly alluded to fasting only Twice
Turn - ) A court of record, held by the sheriff Twice a year in every hundred within his county
Angels - Twice we meet with 'archangel:' an archangel's voice will accompany the rapture of the church, 1 Thessalonians 4:16 ; and 'Michael the archangel' contended with Satan about the body of Moses
Keep, Watch, Guard - ” This noun occurs Twice in this entry and in no other verse
Seek - Only Twice is this nuance applied to seeking to procure one’s good as in Praise - Hillulim, which occurs Twice, means “festal jubilation” in the fourth year at harvest time ( Greek Church - Their secular clergy, under the rank of bishops, are allowed to marry once, and laymen Twice; but fourth marriages they hold in abomination
Philis'Tines - (1 Samuel 31:1-7 ) On the appointment of David to be king, he Twice attacked them, and on each occasion with signal success, in the first case capturing their images, in the second pursuing them "from Geba until thou come to Gazer
Make - 1 (f) in Romans 5:19 (twice)
Mind - Its use in the NT may be analyzed as follows: it denotes (a) the faculty of knowing, the seat of the understanding, Luke 24:45 ; Romans 1:28 ; 14:5 ; 1 Corinthians 14:15,19 ; Ephesians 4:17 ; Philippians 4:7 ; Colossians 2:18 ; 1 Timothy 6:5 ; 2 Timothy 3:8 ; Titus 1:15 ; Revelation 13:18 ; 17:9 ; (b) counsels, purpose, Romans 11:34 (of the "mind" of God); 12:2; 1 Corinthians 1:10 ; 2:16 , Twice (1) of the thoughts and counsels of God, (2) of Christ, a testimony to His Godhood; Ephesians 4:23 ; (c) the new nature, which belongs to the believer by reason of the new birth, Romans 7:23,25 , where it is contrasted with "the flesh," the principle of evil which dominates fallen man
Jacob - Now Joseph, through his two sons, would receive Twice the inheritance of the other sons (Genesis 48:14-16; Genesis 49:26)
Oneness - —The term ‘oneness’ (ἑνότης, translation ‘unity’) occurs only in the Epistle to the Ephesians, where it is Twice used (Ephesians 4:3; Ephesians 4:13) in what may be called a moral sense, i
Print - —In the Gospels ‘print’ is found only in John 20:25, where in most Manuscripts it occurs Twice: ‘Except I shall see in his hands the print of the nails, and put my finger into the print of the nails, and put my hand into his side, I will not believe’ (for other uses of τύπος in NT see Grimm-Thayer and Cremer, s
Shame - In the LXX Septuagint it occurs Twice in Mac
Augustus (2) - While no name has been preserved, we are told that he was proconsul in Asia, and that he Twice governed Syria and Phœnicia. Twice before in the reign of Augustus, in b. 13), ‘when peace throughout the whole dominions of the Roman people by land and sea had been obtained by victories,’ and ‘only Twice before his birth since the foundation of the city,’ in all five times up to the Christian era. At crossways and street corners three hundred small shrines were set up, whose altars were adorned Twice a year with flowers
Jesus, Life And Ministry of - Ironically, the first intimation after the baptism that He was more than simply “Jesus of Nazareth” came not from His family or friends nor from the religious leaders of Israel, but from the devil!...
Twice the devil challenged him: “If thou be the Son of God, command this stone that it be made bread” (Luke 4:3 ), and (on the pinnacle of the Temple in Jerusalem), “If thou be the Son of God, cast thyself down from hence” (Luke 4:9 ). Twice He traveled through Samaria (Luke 9:51-56 ; John 4:4 ); once He stayed in a Samaritan village for two days, calling a Samaritan woman and a number of other townspeople to faith (John 4:5-42 ), and once He made a Samaritan the hero of one of His parables (1618527430_2 )
Children of God, Sons of God - ’ The metaphor occurs Twice besides in connexion with the genesis of the idea of adoption in the mind of God, and with its complete realization in the future. , Twice, Mark 11:25-26; in Lk
Sacrifices in the Old Testament - As the "perpetual oblation," it was offered Twice daily, morning and evening
Old Testament, Sacrifices in the - As the "perpetual oblation," it was offered Twice daily, morning and evening
Send - " ...
6: βάλλω (Strong's #906 — Verb — ballo — bal'-lo ) "to cast, throw," is translated "to send (peace)" in Matthew 10:34 (twice), (RV, marg
Desire, Desirous - 2, with epi, intensive), in Acts 13:7 , RV, "sought;" in Philippians 4:17 , RV, "seek for" (twice)
Fill, Fill up - 1), is Twice translated by the verbs "to fill, to fill up," in 1 Corinthians 14:16 , RV (for AV, "occupieth"), of a believer as a member of an assembly, who "fills" the position or condition (not one who "fills" it by assuming it) of being unable to understand the language of him who had the gift of tongues; in 1 Thessalonians 2:16 , "to fill up their sins," of the Jews who persisted in their course of antagonism and unbelief
Arms - It was this ponderous (compare 2 Samuel 2:23) weapon, not the lighter "javelin" (as KJV) which he hurled at David Twice, and at Jonathan (1 Samuel 18:11; 1 Samuel 19:10; 1 Samuel 20:33)
Book(s) - ...
The Book of Jashar (or Upright) A book quoted Twice in the Old Testament: Joshua's poetic address to the sun and the moon (Joshua 10:12-13 ) and David's lament for Saul and Jonathan (2 Samuel 1:17-27 )
Unclean And Clean - ...
Unlike the Egyptian law intended for the priests alone, or the Hindu law binding only on the Twice born Brahmin, or the Parsee law for those alone disciplined in spiritual matters the Mosaic law was for all, Israel being "a kingdom of priests, an holy nation" (Exodus 19:6), foreshadowing our Christian high calling, ministers and laymen alike (1 Peter 2:9; Isaiah 61:6)
No - Asshur-bani-pal Twice took Thebes
Touch - ) and Twice multiplied enough food with his hands from meager rations to feed thousands of people (Mark 6:30-44 ; Mansion - 41, 4, 5, where it is Twice coupled with στάσις; and most of all in Plutarch, whose writings (a
Sight - Twice Jesus laid His hands upon the blind eyes
Galatians, the Epistle to the - Galatians 4:13, "ye know how I preached at the first" (Greek at rite former time), implies that Paul at the time of writing had been Twice in Galatia; and Galatians 1:6, "I marvel that ye are so soon removed," implies that he wrote not long after having left Galatia the second time, possibly (Alford) soon after he began his residence at Ephesus (Acts 18:23; Acts 19:1), which lasted from autumn A
Flesh - (σάρξ, κρέας)...
Of the two words rendered ‘flesh’ in the English Version of the NT, κρέας is found only Twice (2 Corinthians 5:1-435 1 Corinthians 8:13), and in both cases applies to the flesh of slaughtered animals eaten as food
Abba - ) and Twice by his servant the apostle Paul
Didymus, Head of the Catechetical School - After the question had been Twice repeated, Didymus owned that he did feel the affliction painfully
Tree - Great numbers of the eastern trees, in their native soil, flower Twice in a year, and some flower and bear ripe fruit all the year round; and it is observed of these last, that they are at once the most frequent and the most useful to the inhabitants; their fruits, which always hang on them in readiness, containing cool juices, which are good in fevers, and other of the common diseases of hot countries
Pentateuch - The five books of Moses have been during that period constantly placed at the head of the Jewish sacred volume, and divided into fixed portions, one of which was read and explained in their synagogues, not only every Sabbath with the other Scriptures, but in many places Twice a week, and not unfrequently every evening, when they alone were read
Wells - ...
Twice in the day they led their flocks to the wells; at noon, and when the sun was going down
Hornet - And in his Appendix he has given a drawing of it, magnified, for distinctness' sake, something above Twice the natural size: after which he observes, "He has no sting, though he seems to me to be rather of the bee kind; but his motion is more rapid and sudden than that of the bee, ( volitans, ) and resembles that of the gad-fly in England
Procurator - Once or Twice they were Imperial freedmen
Ephraim (4) the Syrian - From time to time the people murmured their applause and Ephrem Twice repeated sentences which had fallen from the preacher's lips. Upon this Basil sent his archdeacon to invite him into his presence which offended at the saint's ragged attire he did reluctantly and only after he had been Twice bidden to summon him. After embracing one another with many florid compliments Basil asked him how it was that knowing no Greek he had Twice cheered the sermon and repeated sentences of it to the multitude? And Ephrem answered "It was not I who praised and repeated but the Holy Ghost by my mouth
Immortality (2) - ‘Does death end all?’, according to the mind and teaching of the Founder of Christianity, is an inquiry that needs to be Twice raised,—once as it concerns the terminus of the present life upon earth, and again as it refers or may refer to a future to which human thought can set no limit. , Matthew 13:49), and the same phrase is Twice employed later in the Gospel, once by the disciples with reference to the Parousia, which they assume to be synchronous with the end of the αἰών (Matthew 24:3), and again by Christ Himself, when He asserts His presence with His disciples ἕως τῆς συντελείας τοῦ αἰῶνος (Matthew 28:20). ...
αἰών is also Twice used in the Gospels with reference to the past, ἀπʼ αἰῶνος Luke 1:70, ἐκ τοῦ αἰῶνος John 9:32
Animals - ...
The ox (βοῦς) is mentioned three times in Luke, Twice in connexion with the ass in the passages previously cited (Luke 13:15; Luke 14:5), and again in the parable of the Great Supper, when one of the invited guests excuses himself on the ground that he has bought five yoke of oxen which need to be tested (Luke 14:19). ...
Of the two words for lamb, one, ἀμνός, is applied only to our Lord, whom John the Baptist Twice describes as ‘the Lamb of God,’ adding in one case ‘which taketh away the sin of the world’ (John 1:29; John 1:36). ...
Dogs (κύνες) are mentioned Twice
Salvation - τὸ σωτήριον is found TwiceLuke 2:30; Luke 3:6. The noun σωτηρία is used Twice in the OT sense of deliverance from the enemies of Israel—Luke 1:69; Luke 1:71; Luke , 3 times in the more specifically religious sense—Luke 1:77; Luke 19:9, John 4:22
Joannes, Bishop of Ephesus - 4), and Twice as "John who is over the heathen, who was bp. The four bishops Twice communicated with him; but when they reminded him of his promise, he referred them to the pope; he could not, for their sakes, risk a schism from Rome
Jude, Theology of - ...
The Holy Spirit is mentioned Twice in Jude
Spirit - " Examples where the Person is meant when the article is absent are Matthew 22:43 (the article is used in Mark 12:36 ); Acts 4:25 , RV (absent in some texts); 19:2,6; Romans 14:17 ; 1 Corinthians 2:4 ; Galatians 5:25 (twice); 1 Peter 1:2
Tomb - They are Twice again mentioned under the title of the "monuments of Herod
Saint - ’ Only Twice is it used in the singular, as applied to persons (Philippians 4:21, Revelation 22:11), where, however, the ‘saint’ is regarded as a member of a community
Wisdom of Christ - The gradual development of Christ’s wisdom is Twice noticed by St
Lord's Day, the - Certainly the second-century Gospel of Peter, which Twice speaks of the day of Jesus' resurrection as "the Lord's Day" (9:35; 12:50), makes the connection
Corban - In this sense it occurs about 80 times in OT, always in Leviticus and Numbers, except Twice in Ezekiel
Samaritan Pentateuch - Only Twice they alter the Mosaic laws: Exodus 13:7, Samaritan reads "six days" for "seven"; Deuteronomy 23:17, "live" for "there shall not be
Vulgate, the - It contains Twice 1 John 5:7 , known as "the heavenly witnesses
Pharisees - John, John 2:6 , were destined: their fasting Twice a week with great appearance of austerity, Luke 18:12 ; Matthew 6:16 ; thus converting that exercise into religion which is only a help toward the performance of its hallowed duties: their punctilious payment of tithes, (temple-offerings,) even of the most trifling things, Luke 18:12 ; Matthew 23:23
Appoint, Appointed - , "to arrange together with," hence "to appoint, prescribe," is used Twice, in Matthew 26:19 of what the Lord "appointed" for His disciples, and in Matthew 27:10 , in a quotation concerning the price of the potter's field
Psalms, the Book of - ...
One psalm occurs Twice, Psalm 14:1-7 ; compare Psalm 53:1-6
Job, Book of - ...
Twice Job is mentioned along with Noah and Daniel in connection with 'righteousness' when the state of Israel had become so iniquitous that if these three men had been there, even their righteousness would have delivered their own souls only, but would not have saved so much as a son or a daughter
Pantaenus, of Alexandria - 15), Twice cites Pantaenus as one authority for an interpretation according to which Christ and his church are foreshewn in the history of the creation of Paradise (I
Roman Empire - In addition to conquering the whole of Transalpine Gaul (except Gallia Narbonensis, already a Roman province), he Twice crossed the Rhine and Twice entered Britain. Britain had been invaded Twice by Julius Caesar, but had never been conquered, still less annexed
Sermon on the Mount - (Mark 4:21) and Twice in Lk. But, in the present case, it is to be observed: (a) Each Evangelist has only one report, neither betraying any knowledge that the Sermon was preached Twice
Agriculture - Usually a single ploughing sufficed, but if the soil was very rough it was ploughed Twice. In the Jordan Valley it is very slight; at Jerusalem it averages about 20 inches annually; in some other upland regions it is almost Twice as much
Go - The mail goes and comes every day, or Twice a week
Theophilus (2) - Luke might well have used it Twice in two volumes without any fear of incurring the charge of obsequiousness, and we cannot suppose he dropped the adjective lest he should be guilty of bad taste
Sea, the Salt, - (Numbers 34:8,12 ) Besides this the name occurs once Twice in the imagery of the prophets the New Testament there is not even an allusion to it
Communion - ]'>[4] 15 times), and Twice ‘contribution’ or ‘distribution’ ( Romans 15:26 , 2 Corinthians 9:13 [RV Titus, Theology of - Twice he calls it "the hope of eternal life" (1:2; 3:7)
Egypt - Passing on their way they Twice meet with robbers in the desert
Satan - "The winked one" six times; "the tempter" Twice
Moses - Moses took "the rod from before the Lord as he commanded him," and with Aaron said unto the people, "Hear now, ye rebels; must we fetch you water out of this rock? And Moses lifted up his hand, and with his rod he smote the rock Twice: and the water came out abundantly
Elijah - "Jehovah, He is the God" was the Twice repeated cry of Israel in view of these things; and, controlled by the power of God in the prophet, they, at his bidding, seized the prophets of Baal, who were to a man slain by him
Great, To Be; Heavy - This basic idea of “numerical multiplicity” is also applied to amounts of liquids or masses of non-liquids: “And Moses lifted up his hand, and with his rod he smote the rock Twice: and the water came out abundantly …” ( Almsgiving - Mark 2:1-11), ‘good works’ which Christ ‘showed you from the Father’ (Mark 10:32); tells the Lord’s defence of Mary’s act (Mark 12:8); and drops a hint Twice over (Mark 12:6 and Mark 13:29) of Christ’s own practice of giving something to the poor out of His scanty wallet
Callistus, Pope - (2) He relaxed the terms of admission into orders, ordaining even those who had been Twice or thrice married; and permitting men already ordained to marry freely
Anathema - Twice in 1 Cor
Elijah - "Jehovah, He is the God" was the Twice repeated cry of Israel in view of these things; and, controlled by the power of God in the prophet, they, at his bidding, seized the prophets of Baal, who were to a man slain by him
Egypt - Passing on their way they Twice meet with robbers in the desert
Temple - The anterior chamher, termed the hçkâl , and corresponding to the holy place in the Tabernacle, measured 40 cubits by 20, being Twice as large as the inner chamber, the dĕbîr (EV Isaiah - ...
Even in the former part Babylon's downfall through Elamite and Persian assailants is Twice foretold (Isaiah 13 and Isaiah 21). The divisions are marked by the ending Twice the "salvation" foretold is not for the unfaithful, but for the believing and waiting true Israelites; for, "there is no peace, saith my God, to the wicked
Faith - This word, the normal NT expression for the religious bond, is found but Twice in the OT (EV Peter, the Epistles of - ...
Paul Twice visited Galatia, founding and confirming churches. ...
In Phrygia Paul preached when visiting Twice the neighbouring Galatia
Call, Calling - Peter Twice uses the phrase "to this you were called" with reference to the meekness Christians must show their opponents, following the example of Jesus (1 Peter 2:21 ; 3:9 )
Set - 3), "to set forth," of a parable, Matthew 13:24 , RV (AV, "put forth"); "to set before," of food, Mark 6:41 ; 8:6 (twice),7; Luke 9:16 ; 10:8 ; 11:6 ; Acts 16:34 ; 1 Corinthians 10:27
Church Government - Twice over St
Wine - It occurs 38 times, namely, six times by itself, eleven times with dagan , Twice with yitshar , nineteen times with both dagan and yitshar
Grace - the word figures Twice as often as in all the NT besides
Elements - 594), Schœttgen quotes the Rabbinical words: ‘No choir of angels sings God’s praises Twice, for each day God creates new hosts which sing His praises and then vanish into the stream of fire from under the throne of His glory whence they came
Hunger - This is noted Twice by the Synoptists; and though we have no such direct statement by St
Christian - Then, as far as the NT is concerned, the name almost disappears; it is mentioned only Twice again (Acts 26:28, 1 Peter 4:16)
Lay - ); (e) "laying" down one's life, (1) of Christ, John 10:11 , RV, "layeth down" (AV, "giveth"); Kohn 10:17,18 (twice); 1 John 3:16 ; (2) of Peter for Christ's sake, John 13:37,38 ; (3) of Christ's followers, on behalf of others, 1 John 3:16 ; (4) of anyone, for his friends, John 15:13 ; (f) "laying" up sayings in one's heart, Luke 1:66 (Middle Voice, in the sense of "for themselves"); in Luke 9:44 , of letting Christ's words "sink" (Middle Voice, in the sense of "for oneself;" AV, "sink down") into the ears; (g) "laying" a foundation (1) literally, Luke 6:48 ; 14:29 ; (2) metaphorically, of Christ in relation to an assembly, 1 Corinthians 3:10,11 ; (h) in "laying" Christ as a "stone of stumbling" for Israel, Romans 9:33 ; (i) Christ's "laying" aside His garments, John 13:4 ; (j) Christians, in "laying" money in store for the help of the needy, 1 Corinthians 16:2 (lit
Take - ...
17: ἀφαιρέω (Strong's #851 — Verb — aphaireo — af-ahee-reh'-o ) "to take away" (apo), is used with this meaning in Luke 1:25 ; 10:42 ; 16:3 ; Romans 11:27 , of the "removal" of the sins of Israel; Hebrews 10:4 , of the impossibility of the "removal" of sins by offerings under the Law; in Revelation 22:19 (twice)
Saviour (2) - Luke, who alone of the Synoptists introduces into his record the word σωτήρ, also employs it Twice in Acts, where it occurs once in a speech of St. Paul’s writings, apart from the Pastoral Epistles, σωτήρ is found only TwiceEphesians 5:23 and Philippians 3:20
Kingdom Kingdom of God - Paul’s Epistles it occurs only 13 times, in the Catholic Epistles only Twice (James 2:5, 2 Peter 1:11), in Hebrews only Twice (Hebrews 1:8; Hebrews 12:28), in the Apocalypse 5 times (Revelation 1:6; Revelation 1:9; Revelation 5:10; Revelation 11:15; Revelation 12:10)
Christ, Christology - θεοῦ), which occurs Twice in St. Peter’s second speech (Acts 3:13; Acts 3:26) and Twice (τὸν ἅγιον παῖδά σου) in the prayer of thanksgiving (Acts 4:27; Acts 4:30)
Daniel - ...
Personal purity and selfrestraint amidst the world's corrupting luxuries (Daniel 1:8-16; compare Moses, Hebrews 11:25; Joseph, Genesis 39:9); faithfulness to God at all costs, and fearless witnessing for God before great men (Daniel 5:17-23), unbribed by lucre and unawed by threats (Daniel 6:10-11); the holiest and most single-minded patriotism which with burning prayers interceded for his chastened countrymen (Daniel 9); intimate communion with God, so that, like the beloved disciple and apocalyptic seer of the New Testament, John, Daniel also is called" a man greatly beloved," and this Twice, by the angel of the Lord (Daniel 9:23; Daniel 10:11), and received the exact disclosure of the date of Messiah's advent, the 70 weeks of years, and the successive events down to the Lord's final advent for the deliverance of His people: these are all prominent characteristics of this man of God
John, the Letters of - Twice he claims the title “the elder” (2 John 1:1 ; 3 John 1:1 ), but he never calls himself an apostle
Roman Law - Also noteworthy is the fact that Acts Twice links Paul with Roman proconsuls (Sergius Paulus on Cyprus in Acts 13:6-12 and Annius Gallio at Corinth in Acts 18:12-17 )
Church - Εkkleesia occurs Twice only in Matthew (Matthew 16:18; Matthew 18:17), elsewhere called "the kingdom of the heavens" by Matthew, "the kingdom of God" by Mark, Luke and John
God, Name of - A similar expression is found Twice in the Amarna letters from the second half of the second millennium b
Abiding - Only Twice in the Synoptists does the verb occur in relation to persons, viz
Augustus - A census of Roman citizens, as distinguished from subjects of the Empire, was taken Twice in his reign, in 28 and 8 b
Duty - is δφειλω, a verb which is Twice used in Jn (13:14, 19:7) to express the idea of oughtness or moral obligation (EV ‘ought’)
Feasts - ...
In accordance with this it is definitely stated in the Gospels that four times during His Ministry our Lord went up to Jerusalem to keep the Feasts, Twice for Passover, once for Tabernacles, and once for an unnamed Feast
Dead - Muffled in this way, the mourner goes for seven days, during which the rest of his friends come Twice every twenty-four hours to pray with him
Turn - The sheriff's turn is a court of record, held by the sheriff Twice a year in every hundred within his county
Abiding - Only Twice in the Synoptists does the verb occur in relation to persons, viz
Lactantius - "The same person is the Son of God and of man, for He was Twice born: first of God in the Spirit before the origin of the world; and afterwards in the flesh of man, in the reign of Augustus
Peraea - ...
Among the towns of Peraea, Pella has a special interest as having been Twice the refuge of the Christians fleeing from Jerusalem, in a
Type - Even in the Greek NT, where ἀντίτυπος occurs Twice, the word appears to be employed not substantively but adjectively in the forms ἀντίτυπα (Hebrews 9:24) and ἀντίτυπον (1 Peter 3:21), which Revised Version renders respectively ‘like in pattern’ and ‘after a true likeness’; while τύπος, again, which is of frequent occurrence, is used with a variety of meanings and only once (Romans 5:14) in a sense corresponding to that of a doctrinal type. If the doctrinal keynote of the Epistle may be found in the Twice-quoted prophecy of Jeremiah, ‘Behold, the days come, saith the Lord, that I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel, and with the house of Judah’ (Jeremiah 31:31 ff
Jerusalem - In the 15 centuries which elapsed between those two periods, the city was besieged no fewer than 17 times; Twice it was razed to the ground; and on two other occasions its walls were levelled. — Besieged 17 times, Twice destroyed, ancient Jerusalem is now buried under 80 feet of earth and rubbish
Galatians, Letter to the - In Galatians 4:13 , the term “at first” normally meant “the former of two times,” meaning Paul visited Galatia Twice before he wrote the epistle, a factor important for determining the dating of the epistle and its destination
Regeneration - palingenesia ), occurs only Twice in the NT ( Matthew 19:28 , Titus 3:5 ), and in the first instance denotes, not the renewal of the individual, but the perfected condition of things at the Parousia (cf
Suffering - It is Twice used in similes, i
Wilderness (2) - ...
The Gospel of John alludes Twice to the sojourn of Israel in the wilderness (John 3:14 Moses lifting the serpent, and John 6:31; John 6:40 the manna)
New Covenant - ...
Apart from its occurrence in the words of institution quoted by Paul in 1 Corinthians 11 , the concept of the new covenant is found only Twice in Paul's writings
Preach, Proclaim - "Proclaim" is used Twice in Galatians
Pope - They meet in the chapel Twice every day for giving their votes; and the election may be effectuated by scrutiny, accession, or acclamation
Mammon - In the Gospels it means worldliness in the form of wealth, and occurs Twice—(a) in Matthew 6:24 = Luke 16:13 (‘ye cannot serve God and mammon’); and (b) in Luke 16:9; Luke 16:11, where it is defined, or rather described, as unrighteous, the latter epithet being applied to it not only in the Targums, but as early as Luke 16:1-8,8 (‘our souls are satisfied with the mammon of unrighteousness, yet for all that we descend into the flame of Sheol’s pain’)
Stone - Twice in Jn
City - Twice in St
Gelasius (1) i, Bishop of Rome - Euphemius, however, wrote Twice to Gelasius, expressing a strong desire for reconciliation between the churches, and a hope that Gelasius would, through condescension and a spirit of charity, be able to restore concord
Alexandria - Paul Twice sailed in a ship of Alexandria ( Acts 27:6 ; Acts 28:11 )
End - 47:21, except that the phrase is repeated Twice and is rendered “from one end of the borders of Egypt to the other
Amen - ...
Twice in the NT (2 Corinthians 1:20, Revelation 3:14) the word ‘Amen’ is used as a noun implying the ‘Faithful God,’ but it is hard to tell whether this is to be understood as a play on words based on Isaiah 65:16 (אֱמֶת, ‘truth,’ being read as אָמֶן, ‘Amen’), or whether it is connected with the manner in which the Master employed the phrase as guaranteed by His own authority and absolute ‘faithfulness
Hellenists - What Justin Martyr says to the Jews, holds good of these proselytes: "The proselytes not only do not believe, but they calumniate the name of Christ Twice as much as you, and they wish to murder and torture us who believe on him, because they are desirous to resemble you in every thing
Law - 3), is used in Romans 2:12 (twice), where "(have sinned) without law" means in the absence of some specifically revealed "law," like the "law" of Sinai; "(shall perish) without law" predicates that the absence of such a "law" will not prevent their doom; the "law" of conscience is not in view here
Proselyte - Paul Twice appeals to (Acts 13:16; Acts 13:26) as οἱ φοβούμενοι τὸν θεόν
Perfect Perfection - ...
In three important passages the RV_ renders τέλειος ‘full-grown,’ Twice in the text (Ephesians 4:13, Hebrews 5:14), and once in the margin (1 Corinthians 2:6)
Miracles - ...
Another class is: His overawing men; Twice turning out of the temple the sellers and moneychangers (Matthew 21:12; John 2:13); alone dud unarmed striking fear into the officers sent to take Him Twice (John 7:45-46; John 18:6)
Holiness - In Acts the words of Psalms 16:10 are quoted Twice; ‘thy Holy One’ is a title of the Messiah to whom pre-eminently belongs the OT designation of the theocratic nation,—οἱ ὅσιοι τοῦ θεοῦ, God’s pious ones. In the prayer of the early Church, Jesus is Twice described as Jehovah’s ‘Holy Servant’ (Acts 4:27; Acts 4:30), and it is probable that St
Mark, the Gospel According to - Only Twice Mark quotes Old Testament himself (Malachi 3:1; Isaiah 40:3), namely, Mark 1:2; Mark 1:3; but often introduces Christ and those addressing Him quoting it
Faith - ...
Old Testament Expressions The word “faith” occurs in the Old Testament only Twice in the KJV, eighteen times in the RSV, and sixteen times in the NIV
Ransom (2) - —The word ‘ransom’ occurs Twice in the NT, in both cases with reference to Christ’s giving of Himself for the redemption of man: (1) in Matthew 20:28 = Mark 10:45, where it represents the Gr
Stoning - Failing a natural eminence somewhere in the vicinity, he was placed on a platform Twice the height of a man
Sabbath - Indications of seven-day weeks appear in Noah's Twice waiting seven days when sending forth the dove (Genesis 8:10; Genesis 8:12); also in Jacob's history (Genesis 29:27-28)
Genealogy of Jesus Christ - This last omission may be merely a mistake, for the list is made up of three artificial divisions of fourteen generations each, and Jechoniah appears both at the end of the second and at the beginning of the third division, being counted Twice
Work - 26:29 ‛âśâh appears Twice in the sense “to practice toward”: “That thou wilt do us no harm, as we have not touched thee, and as we have done unto thee nothing but good
Carpocrates, Philospher - Philaster, who, apparently through oversight, enumerates the Carpocratians Twice, the second time (57) giving them the alternative names of Floriani and Milites, directly asserts this
no'ah - Let us suppose that, the hour of judgment having arrived, the land began gradually to sink (as the tract in the Run of Cutch sank in the year 1819) equably for forty days at the rate of about 400 feet per day a rate not Twice greater than that at which the tide rises in the Straits of Magellan, and which would have rendered itself apparent as but a persistent inward flowing of the sea
Cabbala - This being over, the seventy elders that composed the sanhedrim were admitted; and, lastly, the people, as many as pleased; to all of whom Moses again repeated both the law and explanation, as he received them from God: so that Aaron heard it four times, his sons thrice, the elders Twice, and the people once
no'ah - Let us suppose that, the hour of judgment having arrived, the land began gradually to sink (as the tract in the Run of Cutch sank in the year 1819) equably for forty days at the rate of about 400 feet per day a rate not Twice greater than that at which the tide rises in the Straits of Magellan, and which would have rendered itself apparent as but a persistent inward flowing of the sea
Aristion (Aristo) - τῶν ἀποστόλων) as the true text of Papias, on the internal evidence, and because ‘the Elders’ of Papias are Twice referred to by Irenaeus (Haer. ]'>[15] , beginning), and while Celsus, who also used it, Twice quotes the substance of Mark 16:9 (circa (about) Cels
Regeneration (2) - Peter, who uses Twice (1 Peter 1:3; 1 Peter 1:23) the word which is exactly rendered by regenerate (ἀναγεννᾶν), connects the experience which he so describes first with the resurrection of Christ, and then with the incorruptible seed which he identifies with the word of God—the gospel message which has been delivered to his hearers. of being born of God (ἐκ τοῦ θεοῦ), and Twice in the Gospel and four times in the 1st Ep
Galatia - Twice he is forbidden to turn aside from the direct route between Antioch and Troas. (2) The writer of Acts, who in general uses ethnographic rather than political terms, avoids ‘Galatia,’ which would have been taken to mean Old Galatia, and Twice employs the phrase ‘Galatic region
Calendar, the Christian - 375 the writer of the Apostolic Constitutions, in adapting the Didascalia, alters this direction for Sunday worship to a command to assemble Twice daily, morning and evening (ii. The stricter Jews had made a practice of fasting ‘twice in the week’ (Luke 18:12), and, as we learn from the Didache (§ 8), the Christians took over the practice, but changed the days
Innocentius, Bishop of Rome - " (6, 7) No layman who has married a widow, or been Twice married, may be ordained. He insists, as so often in his letters, on the incapacity for ordination of such as had married widows or had married Twice, and again protests that baptism cannot annul the obligation of a previous marriage
Mary, the Virgin - Two Passovers had elapsed since the marriage in Cana, and He had Twice made the circuit of Galilee
Stranger, Alien, Foreigner - ] ...
‘Alien’ occurs Twice in the NT (Authorized Version )
Reward - Paul also Twice uses the late, non-classical compound ἀντιμισθία, which in each case Revised Version translates ‘recompense
Weights And Measures - This, however, became differentiated at least as early as before the NT age into a unit of dry measure, and the hin, with Twice the capacity of the seah, took its place in the corresponding liquid scale
Zebedee - Its chief town, Sepphoris (Dio-Caesarea),—the traditional home of the parents of Mary,—had been repeatedly taken, and immediately after the death of Herod, when the young child Jesus was safe in Egypt, it had been Twice besieged and captured, once by Judas the son of Hezekiah (BJ II
James, Theology of - In fact he mentions Jesus Christ only Twice (1:1; 2:2), and only once as the object of belief (2:1)
Eternal Fire (2) - —An expression Twice used by Christ in reference to the future punishment of the wicked
James - He is mentioned by name Twice in the Gospels (Matthew 13:55, Mark 6:3)
Games - The word ‘games,’ which is not found in the Authorized Version , appears Twice in the Revised Version , viz
Arms And Armor - Twice the disturbed Saul hurled his javelin at David (1 Samuel 18:10-11 ; 1 Samuel 19:9-10 ) and even once at his own son Jonathan (1 Samuel 20:33 )
Atonement - we have the word 'atonement' continually, but 'propitiation' not at all; 'expiation' Twice in the margin, Numbers 35:33 ; Isaiah 47:11
Samuel, First Book of - Then began the flight of David from the wrath of Saul, and Saul's pursuit of him; the grace of David in Twice saving the life of Saul when he had him in his power; the wickedness of Saul in slaying the priestly house of Ahimelech; the mistake of David in joining himself to the Philistines, from which the Lord delivered him; and his discipline in the destruction of Ziklag, and the carrying away of his two wives with the inhabitants, but in mercy all were recovered
Cosmas (3), Indian Navigator - The old objections of the Epicureans are revived, and the plane surface is not circular as with Thales, but a parallelogram Twice as long as broad, surrounded by the ocean
David - He Twice saved Saul's life, for he would not allow his followers to slay the Lord's anointed
Chronicles, Books of - The Greek translation with its vowels, however, required nearly Twice as much space
Martinus, Saint, Bishop of Tours - Twice he came across the path of emperors—namely, Valentinian I
Monnica - At Milan she was a most devout and diligent worshipper; liberal in alms; daily attending the Eucharist ("nullum diem praetermittebat oblationem ad altare [1]"), and was Twice daily in the church, not to gossip there ("non ad vanas fabulas et aniles loquacitates") but to hear the word and pray ( ib
Text, Versions, And Languages of ot - Letters doubled in pronunciation, but without a vowel between them, were represented by the letter written once, not Twice. This we learn from the fact that passages which happen to occur Twice in the OT differ in the extent to which, and the particular instances in which, these letters are employed
Ethics (2) - A glaring light is thrown likewise upon the propaganda of the Pharisees (Matthew 23:15): under their tutelage a proselyte becomes a child of hell, Twice as wicked as themselves (or, as it was probably spoken at first, Twice as wicked as he was before)
Dates (2) - Mommsen and Zumpt suggest that Quirinius held office Twice in Syria. And his, indeed, might be the name wanting in a mutilated inscription, describing an official who was Twice governor of Syria under Augustus
Koran - But the Koran is more usually divided into thirty sections only, named Ajaza, from the singular Joz, each of Twice the length of the former, and in like manner subdivided into four parts. It is the general belief among the Mahometans that the Koran is of divine original; nay, that it is eternal and uncreated; remaining, as some express it, in the very essence of God: and the first transcript has been from everlasting, by God's throne, written on a table of vast bigness, called the preserved table, in which are also recorded the divine decrees, past and future; that a copy from this table, in one volume upon paper, was by the ministry of the angel Gabriel sent down to the lowest heaven, in the month of Ramadan, on the night of power, from whence Gabriel revealed it to Mahomet in parcels, some at Mecca, and some at Medina, at different times, during the space of twenty-three years, as the exigency of affairs required; giving him, however, the consolation to show him the whole (which they tell us was bound in silk, and adorned with gold and precious stones of paradise) once a year; but in the last year of his life he had the favour to see it Twice
Eusebius (60), Bishop of Nicomedia - The cause of banishment is obscure, but Twice over (Ap. There is, however, proof that Paul, who was Twice banished through the influence of Eusebius, was the immediate successor of Alexander
Moses - "But Moses said unto the congregation, when they were assembled, Hear now, ye rebels, must we fetch you water out of this rock? And he smote the rock Twice with his rod, and the water came out abundantly; and the congregation drank, and their cattle also. He unnecessarily smote the rock Twice; thereby betraying an unwarrantable impatience
Old Testament (ii. Christ as Student And Interpreter of). - ...
The glory of the court of Solomon is Twice referred to in the Gospels, and that in words of Christ. ’ In the case of Hosea it is not only that the suggestive words from Hosea 6:6 are Twice quoted (Matthew 9:13; Matthew 12:7), but that the words in which He is accustomed to speak of His resurrection are also found in Hosea 6:2
Time - Twice in Isaiah ( Isaiah 6:1 ; Isaiah 14:28 ) the date noted is that of the year of the death of a king, in another case the date is the invasion by the Tartan ( Isaiah 20:1 ); whilst in Amos ( Amos 1:1 ) a date is given as ‘two years before the earthquake,’ apparently a particularly severe one which happened during the reign of Uzziah, king of Judah ( Zechariah 14:5 )
Luke, the Gospel According to - His accuracy appears in his giving exact dates (Luke 2:1-3 (See CYRENIUS and JESUS CHRIST, on the difficulty here; Cyrenius was Twice governor of Syria; Luke 3:1-2; also in his marking the two distinct sightings of Jerusalem observed by travelers in coming across Olivet; first at Luke 19:37, secondly, at
Olives, Mount of - The "sabbath day's journey" (about six furlongs) specified for the information of Gentiles not knowing the locality in Acts 1 is from Olivet's main part and summit (or from Kefr et Tur, Bethphage according to Ganneau: see below), not from the place of actual ascension, Bethany, which is more than Twice a sabbath day's journey
Children (Sons) of God - Twice only is the name used of Him, not as appellative but in simile, to describe His tender mercies
Tabernacle - Each chief measurement of the temple was just Twice that of the tabernacle
Numbers, the Book of - Two months suffice for his ambassadors to go and return Twice, and for Balaam's prophesying (Numbers 22-24)
Jonah - —A prophet, the story of whose mission to Nineveh is related in the Book of Jonah, and who is probably to be identified with the Jonah of 2 Kings 14:25; referred to by our Lord Twice at least (see below) in the Gospels (Matthew 12:39-41 || Luke 11:29-32 and Matthew 16:4)
Session - The verb is Twice used transitively to describe the action of the Father in raising Christ from the dead and making Him to sit at His right hand (Ephesians 1:20 and Acts 2:30 Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 )
Hilarius Arelatensis, Saint, Bishop of Arles - Germain of Auxerre, who went Twice over to Britain to contend against Pelagianism, was a companion of the bp
Brotherhood (2) - —The word (ἀδελφότης) does not occur at all in the Gospels, and is found only Twice in the NT (Job 31:13-15,28; 1 Peter 5:9)
Parable - The word παραβολή is Twice translated 'FIGURE
Numbers, Book of - This is so-called because of the numbering of the Israelites, Twice given in detail: Numbers 1 and Numbers 26
the Importunate Widow - Not once; not Twice; not seven times; not a thousand times
Jeroboam - Can this be the same Solomon? Can this be that Solomon to whom the Lord appeared Twice? For Solomon went after Ashtoreth, the goddess of the Zidonians, and after Molech, the abomination of the Ammonites
Priest - It was worn a little below the breast, encircled the body Twice, and was tied in a knot before
Multitude - , is found Twice in Mk
Providence - In the Book of Wisdom the very word ‘providence’ (πρόνοια) Twice occurs
Prudentius, Marcus (?) Aurelius Clemens Prudentius - He speaks of his early life as stained with much sinfulness, but must have been held in high respect, for after practising as an advocate, he Twice held an important civil office, and was at last raised to some high position at the emperor's court (cf
Law (2) - The Pharisees fasted Twice in the week, on Monday and Thursday. If they were known to be unclean, they had to be washed Twice before a meal; they were also washed after food; and some Pharisees washed even between the courses
Sanctification, Sanctify - ]'>[1] employs ‘hallow’ 35 times in OT and Twice in NT ( Isaiah 6:3-82 = Luke 11:2 ), ‘sanctify’ thrice as often in OT and 26 times in NT for identical Hebrew and Greek terms
Ezra, the Book of - : possibly Haggai who supported him, for the title "the prophet" (Ezra 5:1; Ezra 6:14) is the one found also Haggai 1:1; Haggai 1:3; Haggai 1:12; Haggai 2:1; Haggai 2:10; so whereas Zechariah names Zerubbabel and Jeshua separately and without addition, the formula in Ezra 3:2; Ezra 3:8; Ezra 5:2, as in Haggai 1:1; Haggai 1:12; Haggai 1:14; Haggai 2:2; Haggai 2:4; Haggai 2:23, is "Zerubbabel the son of Shealtiel and Jeshua the son of Jozadak"; compare also Ezra 5:1-2, with Haggai 1, also the older people's sorrowful regrets for the former temple in seeing the new one (Ezra 3:12; Haggai 2:3); both mark dates by the year of "Darius the king" (Ezra 4:24; Ezra 6:15; Haggai 1:1; Haggai 1:15; Haggai 2:10); also the phrase "Zerubbabel, Jeshua, and the remnant of their brethren" (Ezra 3:8; Haggai 1:12; Haggai 1:14); also Ezra 6:16 with Haggai 2:2; also "the work of the house of the Lord" (Ezra 3:8-9; Haggai 1:14); "the foundation of the temple was laid" (Ezra 3:6; Ezra 3:10-12; Haggai 2:18); "the house of the Lord" 25 times to six wherein Ezra uses "the temple of the Lord"; Haggai "the house" seven times to "the temple" Twice
Birds - Jesus warned Peter that before the cock crowed Twice, Peter would deny Him three times (Mark 14:30 )
James - ...
James was probably the elder brother, whence John is Twice called "brother of James" (Mark 5:37; Matthew 17:1)
Unpardonable Sin - Twice (Matthew 12:31-32) He declares, ‘It shall not be forgiven’—adding in Mt
Woman - A mother who bore a girl baby was considered unclean for Twice as long as a mother who bore a male child
James, Epistle of - Christ is only Twice mentioned by name ( James 1:1 , James 2:21 ); not a word is said of His death or resurrection, His example of patience ( James 5:10-11 ; contrast 1 Peter 2:21 ), or of prayer ( James 5:17 ; contrast Hebrews 5:7 )
Matthew, the Gospel of - Twice God proclaimed Jesus' sonship: at His baptism (Matthew 7:1-6 ) and at the transfiguration (Matthew 17:5 )
Jews, Judaism - Ioudaios [ Matthew 1:2-3 ; Luke 3:30,33 ; Hebrews 7:14 ), Twice to the territory (Matthew 2:6 ; Luke 1:39 ), and three times to the tribe (Hebrews 8:8 ; Revelation 5:5 ; 7:5 )
Gennesaret, Land of - —The ‘Land of Gennesar, or Gennesaret,’ is mentioned but Twice in the Bible (Matthew 14:34, Mark 6:53)
Gestures - We read Twice in Mk
Christian (the Name) - Ignatius Twice employs it in order to plead for Christians who are Christians in deed as well as in name (Magn
Barnabas - For God speaketh once, yea Twice, yet man perceiveth it not, that He may withdraw man from his purpose, and hide pride from man
Coelestinus, Commonly Called Celestine, b.p. of Rome - 13): its point is contained in the observation, "You have been warned once, Twice—I now give you the third warning, according to the rule of St
Minucius Felix, Marcus - The little treatise then divides itself into two parts, containing first a lively attack by Caecilius on the Christian doctrines and practices, then a reply, about Twice as long, by Octavius, refuting and retorting the heathen arguments
Temple - At the time when Herod rebuilt it, he enclosed a space "twice as large" as that before occupied by the temple and its courts --an expression that probably must not be taken too literally at least, if we are to depend on the measurements of Hecataeus
Seceders - In most of their congregations, they celebrate the Lord's supper Twice in the year; and they catechise their young people concerning their knowledge of the principles of religion previously to their admission to that sacrament
Insects - They have a proboscis or tongue, which may be more than Twice the length of the rest of the body
Ibas, Bishop of Edessa - Ibas, Twice acquitted, was condemned without being heard or even summoned; and no protest was raised in his favour, even by those who, a few months before, had given him their suffrage (Martin, u
Romans, Book of - ...
Why did Paul write Romans? Paul mentioned his reasons for writing to the Roman church Twice, once at the beginning and again near the end of the letter
Winter - It occurs Twice in Mt
Eternal Life (2) - That is, in these Divinely begotten children of God there abides the imperishable germ (σπέρμα) of life from above, the eternal kind of life which the Twice born possess in common with the Father and the Son
the Pharisee - I fast Twice in the week, I give tithes of all that I possess
Samson - How Twice happy are those parents who get a child born in the Lord, and then live to see their child married in the Lord! What a crown of blessing it is to a godly mother to get a second daughter in her son's wife; and what a happy father he is who gets a second son in his daughter's husband! But, then, all the more, what a gnawing sorrow it is when a son or a daughter marries away outside of all sympathy with their father's house! Better, cries many a mother's broken heart-better they had never been born than to be so mis-married
the Man Which Sowed Good Seed in His Field But His Enemy Came And Sowed Tares Among the Wheat - Bishop Burnet, whose work afterwards became a theological text-book, was actually Twice censured by the Lower House of Convocation
Joseph - Had Joseph been but a little older, and had he been but once or Twice at Dothan, he would have hidden his dreams in his heart like so many guilty secrets
Psalms - Were the Messiah not concerned in the Psalms, it would have been absurd to celebrate Twice a day, in their public devotions, the events of one man's life, who was deceased so long ago, as to have no relation now to the Jews and the circumstances of their affairs; or to transcribe whole passages from them into their prayers for the coming of the Messiah
Nazirite - And if Nazir were taken, not in its technical sense, but as meaning ‘holy one’ (it is actually so rendered Twice in Septuagint , Judges 13:7; Judges 16:17), we can see how Jesus might popularly be called Nazir
Palestine - In Jerusalem snow may fall Twice during the course of the winter months
Nazirite - And if Nazir were taken, not in its technical sense, but as meaning ‘holy one’ (it is actually so rendered Twice in Septuagint , Judges 13:7; Judges 16:17), we can see how Jesus might popularly be called Nazir
Political Conditions - Twice, if not thrice, a change was made in the high priesthood by a ruler who was considered as of mixed blood—unclean in his birth and unclean in his practice
Time - In Acts it is probable that the usage is not meant to be minutely precise since the mention of months is invariably in threes (Acts 7:20; Acts 19:8; Acts 20:3; Acts 28:11, but once in Twice three-six, Acts 18:11)
Canaan - But Joshua 13:3 expressly mentions Sihor, "the black turbid river," Nile, as the ultimately appointed border; this extended dominion Twice foretold (for the simple language in histories as Genesis and Joshua hardly sanctions Grove's view that the river represents merely Egypt, in general), and so accurately defining the limits, awaits Israel in the last days (Isaiah 2:11; Zechariah 9:9-10)
Church - In this sense it is found Twice in the NT ( Acts 7:38 RV Luke, Gospel According to - Does this mean that the Prayer was delivered Twice, in two different forms, or that Luke abbreviated the original, or that Matthew enlarged it? The first hypothesis is a priori quite probable; but if we have to choose between the two others, the presence of the Lukan phrase ‘day by day’ ( Luke 11:3 , so Luke 19:47 , Acts 17:11 , not elsewhere in NT), and of others which seem to be simplifications (as ‘we forgive’ for ‘we have forgiven’ of Mt
Number - , are given Twice over or oftener in different passages of the Bible itself, the numbers are often different; those in Chronicles, for instance, sometimes differ from those in Samuel and Kings, as in the case of David’s census mentioned above
Tribes of Israel, the - It is the only tribe in the Song of Deborah to be mentioned Twice ( Judges 5:14 ,Joshua 19:32-39:18 )
Kingdom of God - It also occurs Twice in John (3:3,5)
Jerusalem - Moriah occurs only Twice in the Bible (Genesis 22:2 ; 2 Chronicles 3:1 )
Blessing (2) - The term occurs Twice in the Gospels, once as a periphrasis for God, Mark 14:61 (Cf
Force - The word ‘force’ occurs only Twice in these records (John 14:10-1882 John 6:15 Authorized and Revised Versions); and in both cases it is used as the translation of ἁρπάζω, which signifies to seize or carry off (an object by physical force or compulsion)
Israel, History of - ...
The city remained defenseless until Nehemiah (appointed Twice in 445,432 to be Persia's governor in Judea) rebuilt and repaired the walls around the city
Thessalonians Epistles to the - Twice at Thessalonica he received donations from Philippi (Philippians 4:15-16)
Hezekiah - The Assyrian inscriptions say he reigned Twice, and that Sennacherib in his first year expelled him and set up Belib in his stead
Jacob - ) In the latter God states the true cause of his success; not his trickery, but "I have seen all that Laban doeth unto thee": the repetition of "in a dream" Twice implies two dreams
Forgiveness - Amos 7:1-9 illustrates God's character as both merciful and righteous: God forgives and repents of punishing Israel Twice but after that, when Israel does not return, he can no longer spare the nation
Election - Peter’s Epistles κλητός is not found, nor ἐκλέγεσθαι, but the verbal adjective ἐκλεκτός is found four times, once of ‘elect’ people (1 Peter 1:1), once of Christians as an ‘elect race’ (1 Peter 2:9), and Twice, following the OT, of Christ as the Living Stone, choice and ‘chosen’ to be the corner-stone (1 Peter 2:4; 1 Peter 2:6)
Gospel - only Twice; εὐαγγελίζεσθαι twenty tunes in Epp
David - Pharaoh - If you only heard him preach once or Twice in a lifetime, then you would attend to what he says; and you might, who knows, be prevailed on to do it
Solomon - )...
His apostasy was the more glaring, contrasted with God's goodness in appearing to him Twice, blessing him so much, and warning him so plainly; also with his own former scrupulous regard for the law, so that he would not let his Egyptian queen remain in the neighbourhood of the ark; and especially with his devout prayer at the dedication
Ascension - Twice (‘of God’)
Plagues of Egypt - Though Pharaoh probably felt the scourge of the boil, as well as his people, it did not soften nor humble his heart; and when he wilfully and obstinately turned away from the light, and shut his eyes against the luminous evidences vouchsafed to him of the supremacy of the God of the Hebrews, and had Twice broken his promise when he was indulged with a respite, and dealt deceitfully, he became a just object of punishment; and God now began to increase the hardness or obduracy of his heart
Jeru'Salem - 70, the city was besieged no fewer than seventeen times; Twice it was razed to the ground, on two other occasions its walls were levelled
Philanthropy - The Greek word occurs Twice in the NT
Trade And Commerce - Its weight was at least Twice reduced
Roman Law in the nt - Paul as a Roman citizen uses a Latin form in " translation="">Romans 15:19, as does the historian Dio Cassius Twice (Ramsay, Gal. Paul as a Roman citizen uses a Latin form in " translation="">Romans 15:19, as does the historian Dio Cassius Twice (Ramsay, Gal
Jesus Christ, Name And Titles of - "Messiah" appears only Twice in the New Testament (John 1:41 ; 4:25 ) as an explanation of the Greek word "Christ
Galatians Epistle to the - Paul and Barnabas went up to Jerusalem together Twice:* Genealogies of Jesus Christ - Taken as the title of the pedigree, it indicates clearly the intention of the writer—to show that in Jesus, as the heir of David and of Abraham, were fulfilled the promises made to them: the pedigree itself is intended to illustrate this, rather than to prove it, and it is not easy to avoid the conclusion that it is quite artificial, as is indeed implied by the more or less arbitrary division into 3 sections containing Twice seven names apiece
Money (2) - ...
The talent is mentioned Twice by our Lord
Presbyterians - From the judgment of the presbytery there lies an appeal to the provincial synod, which ordinarily meets Twice in the year, and exercises over the presbyteries within the province a jurisdiction similar to that which is vested in each presbytery over the sever kirk session within its bounds
Holiness Purity - ἱερός is also Twice employed (e
Covenant - ...
In the Gospels the word ‘covenant,’ in a religious sense, occurs but Twice, in Luke 1:72, and in the words spoken by our Lord at the Supper
Peter - Mark mentions the Twice cockcrowing and Peter's protesting the more vehemently
Canon - " The book of Jasher, also, is Twice mentioned in Scripture
Priests And Levites - Probably it was Twice reduced because of the increasing difficulty in procuring Levites to do the work
Jeremiah - A journey Twice of 200 miles to the Euphrates may have been taken only in the spiritual world wherein the seer moved (compare Jeremiah 19:1; Jeremiah 19:10; Deuteronomy 7:12; Isaiah 20:2)
Philippians Epistle to the - For he is glad to recall that at the very beginning of his European mission they opened, as it were, a bank account with him-even sending Twice help to him while he was yet in Thessalonica, and, besides, when he had left Macedonia they regularly contributed to his support (cf
Propitiation - These, with the verbal form ἱλάσθητι in the story of the Pharisee and the Publican (Luke 18:13, ‘God be merciful,’ RVm_ ‘be propitiated’), and the use of the adjective ἵλεως Twice (Matthew 16:22, Hebrews 8:12) constitute all the guidance afforded by the NT in seeking the meaning of ‘propitiation,’ a term of much importance in apostolic thought
Presbyterians - From the judgment of the presbytery there lies an appeal to the provincial synod, which ordinarily meets Twice in the year, and exercises over the presbyteries within the province a jurisdiction similar to that which is vested in each presbytery over the sever kirk session within its bounds
Corinthians, First And Second, Theology of - The term "kingdom" (basileia [7]; 15:24,50)
Jerusalem - Twice in these sieges it was destroyed; on two other occasions its walls were overthrown
Job, Theology of - Three times he states that God is "mighty" or "great" (34:17; 36:5 [4])
Childhood - The same truth is emphasized in a saying which in varying form is found Twice over in each of the Synoptics—the man who wishes to be first shall be last; the man willing to be least shall be great
Animals - ...
Apes are mentioned only Twice in the Old Testament and are not described
Abstinence - Even the Pharisaic custom of fasting Twice a week (Monday and Thursday) was adopted in some quarters, though these days were changed to Wednesday and Friday (Did
Offence (2) - There are three of these in Mark 9:43; Mark 9:45; Mark 9:47 (Mark 9:44; Mark 9:46 are spurious), and they are found Twice in Mt
Priest (2) - The priesthood was divided into twenty-four courses (ἐφημερίαι), and each course was on duty Twice during the year (Plummer, in loc
David - Envy moved Saul under the evil spirit to cast his javelin at him, but Twice he eluded it
Elisha - ) Elisha, entering the room, shuts to the door (Matthew 6:6), and there stretching himself Twice on the child, mouth to mouth, eyes to eyes, and hands to hands (compare Acts 20:10; antitypically the dead stoner must come into contact with the living Jesus, 1 John 1), after Elijah's pattern, and praying to Jehovah, proved the omnipotence of prayer to quicken the dead; then he delivered the resuscitated son to the happy mother
Temple - The height 30 cubits, Twice the whole height of the tabernacle (15 cubits) measuring from its roof, but the oracle 20 cubits (double the height of the tabernacle walls, 10 cubits), making perfect cube like that of the tabernacle, which was half, i
Trial of Jesus - ’ Twice only, here and in Mark 14:48, does He expostulate with the priestly authorities for their unfair treatment of Him
Judges (1) - The chapters contain two distinct narratives, and are, in their original form, very ancient; in each narrative there occurs Twice the redactional note, ‘In those days there was no king in Israel’ ( Judges 17:6 , Judges 18:1 , Judges 19:1 , Judges 21:25 ), showing that the period of the Judges is implied
Sexuality, Human - Some have even argued that since the man was made of dirt and the woman from the man, she becomes Twice refined and, if anything, superior
Gospel (2) - this sentence occurs Twice: ‘Jesus went about in all Galilee, teaching in their synagogues, and preaching the gospel of the kingdom, and healing all manner of disease and all manner of sickness among the people’ (Matthew 4:23; Matthew 9:35)
John the Baptist - The Twice-repeated ἔμπροσθέν μου γέγονεν (John 1:15; John 1:30), it is true, cannot be understood, so far as the Baptist himself is concerned, as referring to pre-existence, though this was probably involved in the thought of the Evangelist
Manuscripts - It has been Twice revised, once by a corrector contemporary with the original scribe (called B2 [1] ), and again by another of the 10th or 11th cent
John, Epistles of - If to this Epistle we owe the great utterance, ‘God is Love’ here Twice repeated, but found nowhere else in Scripture to it we owe also the sublime declaration, ‘God is Light, and in him is no darkness at all
Announcements of Death - 202), because it is expressly used by Christ only Twice before His death (see also Matthew 26:2); but the Master particularizes beforehand other details, such as the mocking, scourging, spitting, delivering to the Gentiles (these all now mentioned for the first time, Mark 10:33 f
Annunciation, the - But, as the story had already been Twice told, there was no need to repeat it
Book - "that which has been Twice scraped
Trade And Commerce - Its weight was at least Twice reduced
Personality - In fourteen instances of such a kind, πνεῦμα occurs seven times (five times in reference to Jesus), and ψυχή also seven times (in reference to Jesus only Twice)
Joseph - Again they fulfilled the dream, bowing before Joseph Twice to the earth
Bible - The design of this division was that one of these sections might be read in their synagogues every Sabbath day: the number was fifty-four, because, in their intercalated years, a month being then added, there were fifty-four sabbaths: in other years they reduced them to fifty-two, by Twice joining together two short sections
Babel - Hence, some guess that Nabonassar was her son or husband, Mardocempalus, the fourth king after him, is the Merodach or Berodach Baladan of Scripture; he reigned Twice first for 12 years, contemporaneously with the Assyrian Sargon, and the second time for six months only
Science (2) - Only six are named, but one of these is named Twice in order to make up the number seven, merely so that the holy number may be introduced
Gospels, Apocryphal - Origen quotes it at least three times, and Clement Twice
John (the Apostle) - In the Acts he appears Twice in the company of Peter
Joram - ...
The course of the Jordan is interrupted Twice—first by the Lake of Huleh, a description of which occurs later in the course of the present article, then by the Lake of Tiberias or Sea of Galilee (which see); we have not to examine this here
Jews - About this time the lewdness of the men of Gibeah occasioned a war of the eleven tribes against their brethren of Benjamin: they were Twice routed by the Benjamites, and forty thousand of them were slain
Paul - Paul Twice expresses a confident hope that before long he may be able to visit the Philippians in person
New Jerusalem - -In the NT the name ‘New Jerusalem’ occurs only Twice, and these references are both in the Apocalypse of John, viz
Passover - -Twice in the Acts (Acts 12:3; Acts 20:6) we have ‘the days of unleavened bread’ referred to as a note of time
John, Gospel of (ii. Contents) - This gives Jesus an opportunity to develop His allegory, and, in so doing, to instruct the reader, if not the original hearer of the discourse, whom once or Twice (as in ch
Character of Christ - He marvels (twice it is recorded of Him, Matthew 8:10, Mark 6:6); but it is the wonder which is at once the parent and the child of knowledge, not the stupid astonishment of mere ignorance
Gregorius (51) i, (the Great), Bishop of Rome - Having heard of two presbyters, John of Chalcedon and Anastasius of Isauria, being beaten with cudgels, after conviction on a charge of heresy, under John the Faster, then patriarch of Constantinople, Gregory wrote Twice to the patriarch, remonstrating with him for introducing a new and uncanonical punishment, exhorting him to restore the two presbyters or to judge them canonically, and expressing his own readiness to receive them at Rome
Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch - In his Chronicle he Twice names Ignatius as 2nd bp
Archaeology And Biblical Study - This can be a particularly difficult problem when a word is used only once or Twice in the Bible
Chrysostom, John, Bishop of Constantinople - It was during this period that "the great clerk and godly preacher," as our First Homily terms him, delivered the greater part of the discourses extant, which must be but a very small portion of those preached, for he preached regularly Twice a week, on Saturday and Sunday, besides Lent and saints' days, and, as we learn from his homilies on Genesis, sometimes five days in succession (Tillemont, tom
Clemens Romanus of Rome - to the Corinthians; and Twice reminds his hearers of words of our Lord
Donatus And Donatism - Twice in 401 a council met at Carthage to deal with the supply of Catholic clergy; Donatist enticement or persecution having so reduced their number that many churches had no deacons and therefore no future means for supplying the higher offices
Eusebius of Caesarea - Twice, 25, 30)
Jerusalem - It was, however, Twice besieged, first by Antiochus Eupator, in the year 163, and afterward by Antiochus Sidetes, in the year B
Jews - These two laws were recited by Moses to Aaron four times, to his sons three times, to the seventy elders Twice, and to the rest of the people once: after this, the repetition was renewed by Aaron, his two sons, and the seventy elders
Jesus Christ - " Twice is he called by Jeremiah, "Jehovah our righteousness
Pelagianism And Pelagius - He visited Hippo Regius, from which Augustine was then absent, and seems to have remained quiet at Hippo, but shortly afterwards repaired to Carthage, where he saw Augustine once or Twice
Perfection (of Jesus) - ’ Only Twice during that night was this peace greatly disturbed: in Gethsemane when He prayed, ‘Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me’ (

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