What does Followed mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
ἠκολούθησαν to follow one who precedes 18
ἠκολούθησεν to follow one who precedes 7
אַחֲרֵ֖י after the following part 3
אַחֲרֵ֥י after the following part 3
אַחֲרֵ֣י after the following part 3
ἐξακολουθήσαντες to follow out or up 2
ἠκολουθήσαμέν to follow one who precedes 2
וַיַּדְבְּק֣וּ to cling 2
וַיֵּ֨לְכ֜וּ to go 2
וַיֵּ֥לֶךְ to go 2
הֹלֵ֖ךְ to go 2
וַיְמַלֵּ֖א to fill 1
הָלַךְ֙ to go 1
הָלְכ֖וּ to go 1
וַתֵּ֗לֶךְ to go 1
הָלַךְ֒ to go 1
הָלְכ֥וּ to go 1
נֶעֶשְׂתָה֮ to do 1
יֵלֵ֔כוּ to go 1
מִלֵּ֔אתִי to fill 1
הַהֹ֣לְכִ֔ים to go 1
וַיֵּ֣לְכ֔וּ to go 1
וַתֵּ֖לֶךְ to go 1
עֹשִֽׂים to do 1
וַיֵּֽלְכוּ֙ to go 1
וַיֵּלְכ֞וּ to go 1
וַיֵּלְכ֖וּ to go 1
וַיֵּלְכ֥וּ to go 1
וַתֵּצֵ֥א to go out 1
וְיֵצֵ֥א to go out 1
וַיֵּ֛לֶךְ to go 1
וַֽיַּדְבְּק֥וּ to cling 1
הָלַ֤ךְ to go 1
אַחֲרֵ֨י after the following part 1
ἠκολουθήκαμέν to follow one who precedes 1
ἀκολουθήσαντές to follow one who precedes 1
ἠκολούθει to follow one who precedes 1
ἀκολουθησάντων to follow one who precedes 1
ἐπηκολούθησεν to follow (close) upon 1
κατακολουθοῦσα to follow after. 1
κατακολουθήσασαι to follow after. 1
παρηκολούθησάς to follow after. 1
παρηκολούθηκας to follow after. 1
συνακολουθοῦσαι to follow together with others 1
אַחֲרֵיהֶֽם after the following part 1
הָי֖וּ to be 1
אַחֲרָֽיו after the following part 1
מֵאַחֲרֵ֖י after the following part 1
אַחֲרָ֣יו after the following part 1
אַחֲרֵ֕י after the following part 1
אַחֲרַ֔י after the following part 1
אַחֲרָֽי after the following part 1
אַחַ֣ר after the following part 1
בָּ֤אוּ to go in 1
הִדְבִּקֻֽהוּ to cling 1
הָ֠יָה to be 1
בְּרַגְלֵיהֶֽם foot. 1

Definitions Related to followed

G190


   1 to follow one who precedes, join him as his attendant, accompany him.
   2 to join one as a disciple, become or be his disciple.
      2a side with his party.
      

H310


   1 after the following part, behind (of place), hinder, afterwards (of time).
      1a as an adverb.
         1a1 behind (of place).
         1a2 afterwards (of time).
      1b as a preposition.
         1b1 behind, after (of place).
         1b2 after (of time).
         1b3 besides.
      1c as a conjunction.
      1c after that.
      1d as a substantive.
         1d1 hinder part.
      1e with other prepositions. 1e1 from behind. 1e2 from following after.
         

H1692


   1 to cling, stick, stay close, cleave, keep close, stick to, stick with, follow closely, join to, overtake, catch.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to cling, cleave to.
         1a2 to stay with.
      1b (Pual) to be joined together.
      1c (Hiphil).
         1c1 to cause to cleave to.
         1c2 to pursue closely.
         1c3 to overtake.
      1d (Hophal) to be made to cleave.
      

H1980


   1 to go, walk, come.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to go, walk, come, depart, proceed, move, go away.
         1a2 to die, live, manner of life (fig.
         ).
      1b (Piel).
         1b1 to walk.
         1b2 to walk (fig.
         ).
      1c (Hithpael).
         1c1 to traverse.
         1c2 to walk about.
      1d (Niphal) to lead, bring, lead away, carry, cause to walk.
      

G1811


   1 to follow out or up, tread in one’s steps.
      1a metaph.
      , to imitate one’s ways of acting.
      1b to follow one’s authority.
      1c to comply with, yield to.
      

G2628


   1 to follow after.
   

G3877


   1 to follow after.
      1a so to follow one as to be always at his side.
      1b to follow close, accompany.
   2 metaph.
      2a to be always present, to attend one wherever he goes.
      2b to follow up a thing in mind so as to attain to the knowledge of it.
         2b1 to understand, (cf our follow a matter up, trace its course).
         2b2 to examine thoroughly, investigate.
      2c to follow faithfully i.
      e a standard or rule, to conform one’s self to.
      

H1961


   1 to be, become, come to pass, exist, happen, fall out.
      1a (Qal).
                                 1a1——-.
            1a1a to happen, fall out, occur, take place, come about, come to pass.
            1a1b to come about, come to pass.
         1a2 to come into being, become.
            1a2a to arise, appear, come.
            1a2b to become.
               1a2b1 to become.
               1a2b2 to become like.
               1a2b3 to be instituted, be established.
         1a3 to be.
            1a3a to exist, be in existence.
            1a3b to abide, remain, continue (with word of place or time).
            1a3c to stand, lie, be in, be at, be situated (with word of locality).
            1a3d to accompany, be with.
      1b (Niphal).
         1b1 to occur, come to pass, be done, be brought about.
         1b2 to be done, be finished, be gone.
         

G4870


   1 to follow together with others, to accompany.
   

H4390


   1 to fill, be full.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to be full.
            1a1a fullness, abundance (participle).
            1a1b to be full, be accomplished, be ended.
         1a2 to consecrate, fill the hand.
      1b (Niphal).
         1b1 to be filled, be armed, be satisfied.
         1b2 to be accomplished, be ended.
      1c (Piel).
         1c1 to fill.
         1c2 to satisfy.
         1c3 to fulfil, accomplish, complete.
         1c4 to confirm.
      1d (Pual) to be filled.
      1e (Hithpael) to mass themselves against.
      

G1872


   1 to follow (close) upon, follow after.
   2 to tread in one’s footsteps i.e. to imitate his example.
   

H6213


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

H7272


   1 foot.
      1a foot, leg.
      1b of God (anthropomorphic).
      1c of seraphim, cherubim, idols, animals, table.
      1d according to the pace of (with prep).
      1e three times (feet, paces).
      

H3318


   1 to go out, come out, exit, go forth.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to go or come out or forth, depart.
         1a2 to go forth (to a place).
         1a3 to go forward, proceed to (to or toward something).
         1a4 to come or go forth (with purpose or for result).
         1a5 to come out of.
      1b (Hiphil).
         1b1 to cause to go or come out, bring out, lead out.
         1b2 to bring out of.
         1b3 to lead out.
         1b4 to deliver.
      1c (Hophal) to be brought out or forth.
      

H935


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

Frequency of followed (original languages)

Frequency of followed (English)

Dictionary

Charles Spurgeon's Illustration Collection - Christ: to be followed Above All
In a letter of Abelard to Eloisa, the following paragraph occurs:–'I will be no philosopher, if so be I must needs fight against St. Paul; I will be no Aristotle, if so be I be separated from Christ.' If all students were thus resolved to hold with the great Teacher at all hazards, we should not see such frequent victims of 'philosophy, falsely so called.' Unlettered ignorance is a great evil, but learned ignorance is worse, and such is all learning which decoys the heart from Jesus.
Webster's Dictionary - followed
(imp. & p. p.) of Follow
King James Dictionary - followed
FOL'LOWED, pp. Pursued succeeded accompanied attended imitated obeyed observed practiced adhered to.

Sentence search

Consist - ) To be composed or made up; - followed by of. ) To have as its substance or character, or as its foundation; to be; - followed by in. ) To be consistent or harmonious; to be in accordance; - formerly used absolutely, now followed by with. ) To insist; - followed by on
Correspond - ) To be like something else in the dimensions and arrangement of its parts; - followed by with or to; as, concurring figures correspond with each other throughout. ) To have intercourse or communion; especially, to hold intercourse or to communicate by sending and receiving letters; - followed by with. ) To be adapted; to be congruous; to suit; to agree; to fit; to answer; - followed by to
Confide - ) To intrust; to give in charge; to commit to one's keeping; - followed by to. ) To put faith (in); to repose confidence; to trust; - usually followed by in; as, the prince confides in his ministers
Coterminous - ) Bordering; conterminous; - followed by with
La - ) Look; see; behold; - sometimes followed by you. ) An exclamation of surprise; - commonly followed by me; as, La me!...
Well-Read - ) Of extensive reading; deeply versed; - often followed by in
Demean - ) To conduct; to behave; to comport; - followed by the reflexive pronoun. ) To debase; to lower; to degrade; - followed by the reflexive pronoun
Accordant - ) Agreeing; consonant; harmonious; corresponding; conformable; - followed by with or to
Blameless - ) Free from blame; without fault; innocent; guiltless; - sometimes followed by of
Accordantly - ) In accordance or agreement; agreeably; conformably; - followed by with or to
Coexist - ) To exist at the same time; - sometimes followed by with
Pursuable - ) Capable of being, or fit to be, pursued, followed, or prosecuted
Sleuth - ) The track of man or beast as followed by the scent
Abdicant - ) Abdicating; renouncing; - followed by of
Eleph - ) A town of Benjamin, whose inhabitants followed pastoral life (Joshua 18:28)
Abundant - ) Fully sufficient; plentiful; in copious supply; - followed by in, rarely by with
Unmeet - ) Not meet or fit; not proper; unbecoming; unsuitable; - usually followed by for
Compatible - ) Capable of existing in harmony; congruous; suitable; not repugnant; - usually followed by with
Dactyl - ) A poetical foot of three sylables ( - ~ ~), one long followed by two short, or one accented followed by two unaccented; as, L
Redolent - ) Diffusing odor or fragrance; spreading sweet scent; scented; odorous; smelling; - usually followed by of
Militate - ) To make war; to fight; to contend; - usually followed by against and with
Analogous - ) Having analogy; corresponding to something else; bearing some resemblance or proportion; - often followed by to
Baunscheidtism - ) A form of acupuncture, followed by the rubbing of the part with a stimulating fluid
Perfective - ) Tending or conducing to make perfect, or to bring to perfection; - usually followed by of
Forasmuch - ) In consideration that; seeing that; since; because that; - followed by as
Undreamt - ) Not dreamed, or dreamed of; not th/ught of; not imagined; - often followed by of
Acquaint - ) To furnish or give experimental knowledge of; to make (one) to know; to make familiar; - followed by with. ) To communicate notice to; to inform; to make cognizant; - followed by with (formerly, also, by of), or by that, introducing the intelligence; as, to acquaint a friend with the particulars of an act
Advise - ) To give advice to; to offer an opinion, as worthy or expedient to be followed; to counsel; to warn. ) To take counsel; to consult; - followed by with; as, to advise with friends
Destitute - ) To make destitute; to cause to be in want; to deprive; - followed by of. ) Forsaken; not having in possession (something necessary, or desirable); deficient; lacking; devoid; - often followed by of
Contraindicant - ) Something, as a symptom, indicating that the usual mode of treatment is not to be followed
Antipathetical - ) Having a natural contrariety, or constitutional aversion, to a thing; characterized by antipathy; - often followed by to
Iambic - ) Consisting of a short syllable followed by a long one, or of an unaccented syllable followed by an accented; as, an iambic foot
Bolis - ) A meteor or brilliant shooting star, followed by a train of light or sparks; esp
Cunningly - ...
We have not followed cunningly devised fables
Affirmable - ) Capable of being affirmed, asserted, or declared; - followed by of; as, an attribute affirmable of every just man
Arabist - ) One well versed in the Arabic language or literature; also, formerly, one who followed the Arabic system of surgery
Apposite - ) Very applicable; well adapted; suitable or fit; relevant; pat; - followed by to; as, this argument is very apposite to the case
Condole - ) To express sympathetic sorrow; to grieve in sympathy; - followed by with
Bat - ”); used as part of a woman’s formal name, followed by the name of either her father or mother...
Ben - ”); used as part of a man’s formal name, followed by the name of either his father or mother...
Angry - Feeling resentment provoked followed generally by with before a person. ...
But it is usually followed by at before a thing
Sodoma - (Romans 2:29 ) In this place alone the Authorized Version has followed the Greek and Vulgate form of the well-known name Sodom
Susanna - ” One of several women who followed Jesus and supported Him financially (Luke 8:2-3 )
Affrighted - Suddenly alarmed with fear terrified followed by at or with, more generally by at as, affrighted at the cry of fire
Competent - ) Rightfully or properly belonging; incident; - followed by to
Coincident - ) Having coincidence; occupying the same place; contemporaneous; concurrent; - followed by with
Peleg - The dispersal that followed the construction of the Tower of Babel occurred in the year that he died
Scena - ) An accompanied dramatic recitative, interspersed with passages of melody, or followed by a full aria
Umlaut - ) The euphonic modification of a root vowel sound by the influence of a, u, or especially i, in the syllable which formerly followed
Unstudied - ) Not skilled; unversed; - followed by in
Bethzatha - (behth zay' thaw) TEV, NSRV reading of place name in John 5:2 based on different Greek manuscripts than those followed by other translators
Shamlai - Scribal note has Shalmai and is followed by many translations
York Use - The one of the three printed uses of England which was followed in the north
Slue - ) In general, to turn about; to twist; - often used reflexively and followed by round. ) To turn about; to turn from the course; to slip or slide and turn from an expected or desired course; - often followed by round
Partaker - One who has or takes a part, share or portion in common with others a sharer a participator usually followed by of. ...
If the Gentiles have been made partakers of their spiritual things-- Romans 15 ...
Sometimes followed by in
Bankruptcy - ) Complete loss; - followed by of
Conformity - ) Correspondence in form, manner, or character; resemblance; agreement; congruity; - followed by to, with, or between
Abound - ) To be copiously supplied; - followed by in or with
Lacasterian - ) Of or pertaining to the monitorial system of instruction followed by Joseph Lancaster, of England, in which advanced pupils in a school teach pupils below them
Delighted - Greatly pleased rejoiced followed by with
Reluctancy - ) The state or quality of being reluctant; repugnance; aversion of mind; unwillingness; - often followed by an infinitive, or by to and a noun, formerly sometimes by against
Skilled - ) Having familiar knowledge united with readiness and dexterity in its application; familiarly acquainted with; expert; skillful; - often followed by in; as, a person skilled in drawing or geometry
Disparity - ) Inequality; difference in age, rank, condition, or excellence; dissimilitude; - followed by between, in, of, as to, etc
Versicle - ) A little verse; especially, a short verse or text said or sung in public worship by the priest or minister, and followed by a response from the people
Abhorrent - ) Contrary or repugnant; discordant; inconsistent; - followed by to
Idol's Temple - 1: εἰδωλεῖον (Strong's #1493 — Noun Neuter — eidolion — i-do-li'-on ) an "idol's temple," is mentioned in 1 Corinthians 8:10 ; feasting in the temple usually followed the sacrifice
Provident - ) Foreseeing wants and making provision to supply them; prudent in preparing for future exigencies; cautious; economical; - sometimes followed by of; as, aprovident man; an animal provident of the future
Disseize - ) To deprive of seizin or possession; to dispossess or oust wrongfully (one in freehold possession of land); - followed by of; as, to disseize a tenant of his freehold
Obligatory - ) Binding in law or conscience; imposing duty or obligation; requiring performance or forbearance of some act; - often followed by on or upon; as, obedience is obligatory on a soldier
Jot - ) To set down; to make a brief note of; - usually followed by down
Joanna - the wife of Chuza, Herod's steward, was one of those women who, having been cured by our Saviour, followed him as disciples, and ministered to his necessities, Luke 8:3
Wipe - ) To remove by rubbing; to rub off; to obliterate; - usually followed by away, off or out. ) To cheat; to defraud; to trick; - usually followed by out
Precedent - ) A judicial decision which serves as a rule for future determinations in similar or analogous cases; an authority to be followed in courts of justice; forms of proceeding to be followed in similar cases
Coeval - ) Of the same age; existing during the same period of time, especially time long and remote; - usually followed by with
Chalk-Stones - The expression is of much interest, as showing that the practice of burning limestone and slaking with water was followed in Pal
Benedict i, Pope - He reigned during the famine which followed upon a Lombard invasion of Italy, and died during a siege of Rome
Alas - ) An exclamation expressive of sorrow, pity, or apprehension of evil; - in old writers, sometimes followed by day or white; alas the day, like alack a day, or alas the white
Adapt - ) To make suitable; to fit, or suit; to adjust; to alter so as to fit for a new use; - sometimes followed by to or for
Blameless - 1 Timothy 3 ...
Sometimes followed by of
Conduce - with reference to a favorable or desirable result; to contribute; - usually followed by to or toward
Orpah - The Moabites, Naomi's daughter-in-law, who remained with her people and gods, when Ruth followed Naomi and the Lord, Ruth 1:4-14
Coyote - Its voice is a snapping bark, followed by a prolonged, shrill howl
Naomi - followed her husband to the Land of Moab, where their sons married Moabite women and then died
Agreeably - ) In accordance; suitably; consistently; conformably; - followed by to and rarely by with
Beforehand - ) In a state of anticipation ore preoccupation; in advance; - often followed by with
Karyostenosis - ) Direct cell division (in which there is first a simple division of the nucleus, without any changes in its structure, followed by division of the protoplasm of the karyostenotic mode of nuclear division
Lenient - ) Relaxing; emollient; softening; assuasive; - sometimes followed by of
Alas - ...
An exclamation expressive of sorrow, grief, pity, concern, or apprehension of evil sometimes followed by day or while alas the day, like alack a day or alas the while, expressing an unhappy time
Provided - ) On condition; by stipulation; with the understanding; if; - usually followed by that; as, provided that nothing in this act shall prejudice the rights of any person whatever
Unable - ) Not able; not having sufficient strength, means, knowledge, skill, or the like; impotent' weak; helpless; incapable; - now usually followed by an infinitive or an adverbial phrase; as, unable for work; unable to bear fatigue
Lengthen - ) To extent in length; to make longer in extent or duration; as, to lengthen a line or a road; to lengthen life; - sometimes followed by out
Berites - " They followed him at his call
Quoth - ) Said; spoke; uttered; - used only in the first and third persons in the past tenses, and always followed by its nominative, the word or words said being the object; as, quoth I
Derogation - ) The act of derogating, partly repealing, or lessening in value; disparagement; detraction; depreciation; - followed by of, from, or to
Phalti, Phaltiel - When she was restored to David, Phalti followed weeping behind her, till abruptly sent back by Abner
Deport - ) To carry or demean; to conduct; to behave; - followed by the reflexive pronoun
Despoil - ) To deprive for spoil; to plunder; to rob; to pillage; to strip; to divest; - usually followed by of
Unno - UNNO (so Kethibh , followed by RV Naaman - He followed the instruction and was cured
Apprise - ) To give notice, verbal or written; to inform; - followed by of; as, we will apprise the general of an intended attack; he apprised the commander of what he had done
Convenient - Fit suitable proper adapted to use or to wants commodious followed by to or for usually by for
Follow - And Rebekah arose, and her damsels, and they rode on the camels, and followed the man. To succeed in order of time to come after as a storm is followed by a calm. Intemperance is often followed by disease or poverty, or by both. He followed or his eyes followed the ship, till it was beyond sight. He followed with his eyes the fleeting shade. The house of Judah followed David
Bountiful - ...
It is followed by of before the thing given, and to before the person receiving
Reck - ) To make account; to take heed; to care; to mind; - often followed by of
Ponder - ) To think; to deliberate; to muse; - usually followed by on or over
Derive - ) To receive, as from a source or origin; to obtain by descent or by transmission; to draw; to deduce; - followed by from. ) To turn the course of, as water; to divert and distribute into subordinate channels; to diffuse; to communicate; to transmit; - followed by to, into, on, upon
Affiliate - ; - followed by to or with. ) To connect or associate one's self; - followed by with; as, they affiliate with no party
Abdas, Saint - During the reign of Yezdegerd, he destroyed a Zoroastrian fire-temple; in retaliation a general destruction of all churches was ordered, followed by persecution, and Abdas was clubbed to death
Leve - in exclamations or prayers followed by a dependent clause
Moab - An awful origin, and au awful progeny followed, in the sworn foes to God and his Israel! (See Genesis 19:31-37) The name signifies of his father
Jehuel - ” Written Hebrew text of 2 Chronicles 29:14 followed by NRSV, TEV
Beneficial - ) Conferring benefits; useful; profitable; helpful; advantageous; serviceable; contributing to a valuable end; - followed by to
Harass - , to weary by importunity, teasing, or fretting; to cause to endure excessive burdens or anxieties; - sometimes followed by out
Dispossess - ) To put out of possession; to deprive of the actual occupancy of, particularly of land or real estate; to disseize; to eject; - usually followed by of before the thing taken away; as, to dispossess a king of his crown
Skillful - ) Possessed of, or displaying, skill; knowing and ready; expert; well-versed; able in management; as, a skillful mechanic; - often followed by at, in, or of; as, skillful at the organ; skillful in drawing
Expressive - ) Serving to express, utter, or represent; indicative; communicative; - followed by of; as, words expressive of his gratitude
Afflicted - Affected with continued or often repeated pain, either of body or mind suffering grief or distress, of any kind followed by at, by or with as, afflicted at the loss of a child, by the rheumatism, or with losses
Repugnant - ) Disposed to fight against; hostile; at war with; being at variance; contrary; inconsistent; refractory; disobedient; also, distasteful in a high degree; offensive; - usually followed by to, rarely and less properly by with; as, all rudeness was repugnant to her nature
Ziz, the Cliff of - The pass near Engedi, by which the Moabites and Ammonites ascended from the shore of the Dead Sea, having followed the southern and western coast to this point, 2 Chronicles 20:16
Animadvert - ) To take notice; to observe; - commonly followed by that
Bartimaeus - Able to see, Bartimaeus followed Jesus (Mark 10:46-52 )
Mikloth - REB, RSV followed the early Greek translation in omitting the name
Advice - ) An opinion recommended or offered, as worthy to be followed; counsel
Ben - A word signifying 'son,' and often placed at the beginning of proper names to say whose son the person is: or followed by an appellative, as Ben-oni, 'son of my sorrow
Famous - ) Celebrated in fame or public report; renowned; mach talked of; distinguished in story; - used in either a good or a bad sense, chiefly the former; often followed by for; as, famous for erudition, for eloquence, for military skill; a famous pirate
Attala, Saint - He became a monk and joined Columbanus, whom he followed into exile, and with him founded the Abbey of Bobbio near Genoa, of which he became abbot
Beseech - ...
To entreat to supplicate to implore to ask or pray with urgency followed by a person as, "I Paul beseech you by the meekness of Christ,", 2 Corinthians 10 or by a thing as, I beseech your patience
Conformable - ; similar; like; consistent; proper or suitable; - usually followed by to
Victor - , one who defeats an enemy in battle; a vanquisher; a conqueror; - often followed by art, rarely by of
Ben - A word signifying 'son,' and often placed at the beginning of proper names to say whose son the person is: or followed by an appellative, as Ben-oni, 'son of my sorrow
Advise - To give counsel to to offer an opinion, as worthy or expedient to be followed as, I advise you to be cautious of speculation. To give information to communicate notice to make acquainted with followed by of, before the thing communicated as, the merchants were advised of the risk
Basilian Rule - A great variety of observances in the East traditionally followed this Rule which, enriched by the decisions of councils, formed a bond of unity between the numerous monasteries (see Basilians). " Translated into Latin by Rufinus as a single Rule, it was followed as such by some Western monasteries
Consist - To stand or be to lie to be contained followed by in. To be composed followed by of
Conversant - In the foregoing applications, this word is most generally followed by with, according to present usage. Concerning having concern, or relation to having for its object followed by about
Rule, Basilian - A great variety of observances in the East traditionally followed this Rule which, enriched by the decisions of councils, formed a bond of unity between the numerous monasteries (see Basilians). " Translated into Latin by Rufinus as a single Rule, it was followed as such by some Western monasteries
Rule of Saint Basil - A great variety of observances in the East traditionally followed this Rule which, enriched by the decisions of councils, formed a bond of unity between the numerous monasteries (see Basilians). " Translated into Latin by Rufinus as a single Rule, it was followed as such by some Western monasteries
Glad - Proverbs 10 ...
It is usually followed by of. ...
It is sometimes followed by at. Proverbs 17 ...
It is sometimes followed by with
Bethink - ) To call to mind; to recall or bring to recollection, reflection, or consideration; to think; to consider; - generally followed by a reflexive pronoun, often with of or that before the subject of thought
Seeing - (but originally a present participle)) In view of the fact (that); considering; taking into account (that); insmuch as; since; because; - followed by a dependent clause; as, he did well, seeing that he was so young
Septillion - ) According to the French method of numeration (which is followed also in the United States), the number expressed by a unit with twenty-four ciphers annexed
Expostulate - ) To reason earnestly with a person on some impropriety of his conduct, representing the wrong he has done or intends, and urging him to make redress or to desist; to remonstrate; - followed by with
Reedy - ) Having a keen appetite for food or drink; ravenous; voracious; very hungry; - followed by of; as, a lion that is greedy of his prey
Allude - ) To refer to something indirectly or by suggestion; to have reference to a subject not specifically and plainly mentioned; - followed by to; as, the story alludes to a recent transaction
Reedy - ) Having a keen appetite for food or drink; ravenous; voracious; very hungry; - followed by of; as, a lion that is greedy of his prey
Louping - It is characterized by muscular tremors and spasms, followed by more or less complete paralysis
Matthew of Westminster - " The misunderstanding regarding this imaginary personage originated with a copyist who, perceiving that part of the chronicle was written at Westminster, while another portion followed the history of Matthew Paris, concluded that Matthew was himself a monk of Westminster
Afraid - It is followed by of before the object of fear as, to be afraid of death
Drought - Psalm 32:4 (b) Here we see the dearth in David's soul which followed as a result of his sin
Bethink - ...
To call to mind to recall or bring to recollection, reflection, or consideration generally followed by a reciprocal pronoun, with of before the subject of thought
Octillion - ) According to the French method of numeration (which method is followed also in the United States) the number expressed by a unit with twenty-seven ciphers annexed
Deign - ) To think worthy; to vouchsafe; to condescend; - - followed by an infinitive
Neighborhood - * Note: This, in Acts 28:7 , RV, translates a phrase consisting of the dative plural of the article followed by peri, "around," governed by the preposition en, "in," "in the neighborhood of (that place)," AV, "in the (same quarters)," lit
Westminster, Matthew of - " The misunderstanding regarding this imaginary personage originated with a copyist who, perceiving that part of the chronicle was written at Westminster, while another portion followed the history of Matthew Paris, concluded that Matthew was himself a monk of Westminster
Charity - Wyclif followed the Vulg. ]'>[1] followed the Bishops in this
Amon - Governor of Samaria when Jehoshaphat was king of Judah, who followed orders from the king of Israel and put the prophet Micaiah in prison (1 Kings 22:26 ). He followed the infamous idolatry of his father and was killed in a palace revolt (2 Kings 21:19-23 )
Commodious - ...
It is followed by for before a noun as a place commodious for a camp
Cistercian - For two hundred years the Cistercians followed the rule of St
Comply - ) To yield assent; to accord; agree, or acquiesce; to adapt one's self; to consent or conform; - usually followed by with
Hegira - (Aramaic: hejira, flight) ...
The flight of Mohammed from Mecca to Medina, July 16, 622; the beginning of the Era of the Hegira followed in Mohammedan countries
Ambitious - ) Strongly desirous; - followed by of or the infinitive; as, ambitious to be or to do something
Cornel - ) The cornelian cherry (Cornus Mas), a European shrub with clusters of small, greenish flowers, followed by very acid but edible drupes resembling cherries
Foist - ) To insert surreptitiously, wrongfully, or without warrant; to interpolate; to pass off (something spurious or counterfeit) as genuine, true, or worthy; - usually followed by in
Greedy - Having a keen appetite for food or drink ravenous voracious very hungry followed by of as a lion that is greedy of his prey
Rowan Tree - A european tree (Pyrus aucuparia) related to the apple, but with pinnate leaves and flat corymbs of small white flowers followed by little bright red berries
Ask - ) To make inquiry, or seek by request; - sometimes followed by after. ) To request or petition; - usually followed by for; as, to ask for bread
Rite, Byzantine Orthodox - followed by all Orthodox churches, by Melchites in Syria and Egypt, Balkan Uniats, Italo-Greeks in Calabria, Apulia, Sicily and Corsica, by over 100,000,000 Christians. The liturgy followed is that of Saint Chrysostom but, except Palm Sunday, on all Sundays in Lent, Maundy Thursday and Holy Saturday, the Eves of Christmas and Epiphany, the Liturgy of Saint Basil is used
Rite of Constantinople - followed by all Orthodox churches, by Melchites in Syria and Egypt, Balkan Uniats, Italo-Greeks in Calabria, Apulia, Sicily and Corsica, by over 100,000,000 Christians. The liturgy followed is that of Saint Chrysostom but, except Palm Sunday, on all Sundays in Lent, Maundy Thursday and Holy Saturday, the Eves of Christmas and Epiphany, the Liturgy of Saint Basil is used
Beware - ) To be on one's guard; to be cautious; to take care; - commonly followed by of or lest before the thing that is to be avoided
Careful - ) Taking care; giving good heed; watchful; cautious; provident; not indifferent, heedless, or reckless; - often followed by of, for, or the infinitive; as, careful of money; careful to do right
Hotel-Dieu - Specifically, it refers to the hospitals established throughout the West during, the Middle Ages by religious who usually followed the Rule of Saint Augustine
Sextillion - ) According to the method of numeration (which is followed also in the United States), the number expressed by a unit with twenty-one ciphers annexed
Peasantry - KJV, NIV, TEV followed the targum (Aramaic paraphrase) and Syriac version in reading villages
Cater - ) By extension: To supply what is needed or desired, at theatrical or musical entertainments; - followed by for or to
Arphaxad - Seven generations followed him before Abraham, while he lived till after the settlement of Abraham in the land of promise and the rescue of Lot from the four kings
Ucal - REB followed the earliest Greek translation in rendering the proper names Ithiel and Ucal as “I am weary, God, I am weary and worn out” (compare NRSV)
Unconscious - ) Having no knowledge by experience; - followed by of; as, a mule unconscious of the yoke
Kilwinning Abbey - The last abbot, Gavin Hamilton was killed, 1571; the confiscation and destruction of the abbey soon followed
Faithful, the - In the Alexandrine, Basilian, and Byzantine liturgies the Mass of the Faithful was the part which followed the dismissal of the catechumens or beginners
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus - During his reign the incursions of the Picts in Britain and the onslaughts of the Germans were followed by the Parthian war of 161-166
Speaker - * Note: In Acts 14:12 the verb hegeomai, "to lead the way, be the chief," is used in the present participle with the article (together equivalent to a noun), followed by the genitive case of logos, "speech," with the article, the phrase being rendered "the chief speaker," lit
Consecration, Prayer of - This is the most solemn act of the whole serviceand comprises (1) the words of Institution, (2) the Oblation and(3) the Invocation, followed by the Intercessions
Dispossess - ...
Usually followed by of, before the thing taken away as, to dispossess a king of his crown
Quadrillion - ) According to the French notation, which is followed also upon the Continent and in the United States, a unit with fifteen ciphers annexed; according to the English notation, the number produced by involving a million to the fourth power, or the number represented by a unit with twenty-four ciphers annexed
Prank - ) To adorn in a showy manner; to dress or equip ostentatiously; - often followed by up; as, to prank up the body
Displease - ) To make not pleased; to excite a feeling of disapprobation or dislike in; to be disagreeable to; to offend; to vex; - often followed by with or at
Participate - ) To have a share in common with others; to take a part; to partake; - followed by in, formely by of; as, to participate in a debate
Abbey, Kilwinning - The last abbot, Gavin Hamilton was killed, 1571; the confiscation and destruction of the abbey soon followed
Confine - ) To have a common boundary; to border; to lie contiguous; to touch; - followed by on or with
Alternation - ) The reciprocal succession of things in time or place; the act of following and being followed by turns; alternate succession, performance, or occurrence; as, the alternation of day and night, cold and heat, summer and winter, hope and fear
Abdi - A Levite whose son Kish followed King Hezekiah's wishes and helped cleanse the Temple (2 Chronicles 29:12 )
Ere - ...
In these passages, ere is really a preposition, followed by a sentence, instead of a single word, as below
This - ) As an adjective, this has the same demonstrative force as the pronoun, but is followed by a noun; as, this book; this way to town
Sisters of Charity of Saint Augustine - The Rule of Saint Augustine is followed
the Faithful - In the Alexandrine, Basilian, and Byzantine liturgies the Mass of the Faithful was the part which followed the dismissal of the catechumens or beginners
Git'Tites - (belonging to Gath ), the 600 men who followed David from Gath, under Ittai the Gittite, ( 2 Samuel 15:18,19 ) and who probably acted as a kind of body-guard
Averse - ...
This word and its derivatives ought to be followed by to, and never by from. , should be followed by to
Provide - ) To procure supplies or means in advance; to take measures beforehand in view of an expected or a possible future need, especially a danger or an evil; - followed by against or for; as, to provide against the inclemency of the weather; to provide for the education of a child. ) To furnish; to supply; - formerly followed by of, now by with
Forgive - ...
It is to be noted that pardon, like forgive, may be followed by the name or person, and by the offense but remit can be followed by the offense only
Pare - ...
When pare is followed by the thing diminished, the noun is in the objective case as, to pare the nails. When the thing separated is the object, pare is followed by off or away as, to pare off the rind of fruit to pare away redundances
Inquire - ...
When search is to be made for particular knowledge or information, it is followed by into. Sometimes it is followed by after. ...
When some general information is sought, this verb is followed by about sometimes by concerning
Blains - The sixth Egyptian plague, which followed after Moses' sprinkling of the furnace ashes toward heaven; "the botch of Egypt" (Deuteronomy 28:27; Deuteronomy 28:35), black leprosy, a kind of elephantiasis, producing burning ulcerous pustules on the skin
Cling - ) To adhere closely; to stick; to hold fast, especially by twining round or embracing; as, the tendril of a vine clings to its support; - usually followed by to or together
Prone - followed by to
Envious - ; jealously pained by the excellence or good fortune of another; maliciously grudging; - followed by of, at, and against; as, an envious man, disposition, attack; envious tongues
He - ) Any one; the man or person; - used indefinitely, and usually followed by a relative pronoun
Rejoin - ) To state in reply; - followed by an object clause
Comport - ) To agree; to accord; to suit; - sometimes followed by with
Epode - ) A species of lyric poem, invented by Archilochus, in which a longer verse is followed by a shorter one; as, the Epodes of Horace
Uilty - ) Having incurred guilt; criminal; morally delinquent; wicked; chargeable with, or responsible for, something censurable; justly exposed to penalty; - used with of, and usually followed by the crime, sometimes by the punishment
Jumble - ) To mix in a confused mass; to put or throw together without order; - often followed by together or up
Idumea - Crowds from Idumea followed Jesus early in His ministry (Mark 3:8 )
Little Sisters of the Assumption - The Rule of Saint Augustine is followed
New Year's Eve - The Psalm "Miserere" and the hymn "Te Deum" are chanted, and the sermon is followed by Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
Hen (Person) - The Syriac version (followed by the NRSV, REB, TEV) has the name Josiah in place of Hen in Zechariah 6:14
Ordinary of the Mass - That part of the Mass containing prayers which as a rule and for the most part remain unchanged and the rubrics or directions for the entire Mass, to be followed or filled in from the Proper of the Mass
Order of the Mass - That part of the Mass containing prayers which as a rule and for the most part remain unchanged and the rubrics or directions for the entire Mass, to be followed or filled in from the Proper of the Mass
Tibni - After Zimri had burned himself to death half the people followed Tibni, half Omri
Night March - The term is not used in Scripture, though Exodus 13:21 records that Israel followed the pillar of fire at night (compare Numbers 9:21 )
Advice - Counsel an opinion recommended, or offered, as worthy to be followed
Anxious - It is followed by for or about, before the object
Intercede - To mediate to interpose to make intercession to act between parties with a view to reconcile those who differ or contend usually followed by with
Anastasius the Fuller, Saint - He followed the fuller's trade at Salona, Dalmatia
Abishag - This Solomon construed into virtual treason: as regal rights followed the possession in marriage of a deceased king's wife, and caused him to be killed (1 Kings 1:1-4; 1 Kings 2:13-25)...
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Connive - ) To close the eyes upon a fault; to wink (at); to fail or forbear by intention to discover an act; to permit a proceeding, as if not aware of it; - usually followed by at
Assumption, Little Sisters of the - The Rule of Saint Augustine is followed
Abba - This Syriac or Chaldee word is found three times in the New Testament (Mark 14:36 ; Romans 8:15 ; Galatians 4:6 ), and in each case is followed by its Greek equivalent, which is translated "father
Satiate - ) Filled to satiety; glutted; sated; - followed by with or of
Misgive - ) Specifically: To give doubt and apprehension to, instead of confidence and courage; to impart fear to; to make irresolute; - usually said of the mind or heart, and followed by the objective personal pronoun
Meddle - ) To interest or engage one's self unnecessarily or impertinently, to interfere or busy one's self improperly with another's affairs; specifically, to handle or distrub another's property without permission; - often followed by with or in
Erastus - He followed Paul to Ephesus, and attended Timothy in a mission to Macedonia, Acts 19:22
Vigil of the Circumcision - The Psalm "Miserere" and the hymn "Te Deum" are chanted, and the sermon is followed by Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament
Unworthy - Not deserving followed by of
Bolt - ...
In this sense it is often followed by out. To examine by sifting to open or separate the parts of a subject, to find the truth generally followed by out. BOLT, To shoot forth suddenly to spring out with speed and suddenness to start forth like a bolt commonly followed by out as, to bolt out of the house, or out of a den
Right, Right Hand, Right Side - , Matthew 5:29,30 ; Revelation 10:5 , RV, "right hand;" in connection with armor (figuratively), 2 Corinthians 6:7 ; with en, followed by the dative plural, Mark 16:5 ; with ek, and the genitive plural, e. ; Ezra 10:19 ; Ezekiel 17:18 ; figuratively, Lamentations 5:6 ; it is often so used in the papyri; (c) metaphorically of "power" or "authority," Acts 2:33 ; with ek, signifying "on," followed by the genitive plural, Matthew 26:64 ; Mark 14:62 ; Hebrews 1:13 ; (d) similarly of "a place of honor in the messianic kingdom," Matthew 20:21 ; Mark 10:37
Bahurim - Ishbosheth took her from her husband Phaltiel, who followed her weeping to Bahurim until Abner, the general, forced him to return home (2 Samuel 3:16 ). Solomon followed David's orders and had Shimei of Bahurim killed (1Kings 2:8-9,1 Kings 2:36-46 )
Many - Psalms 34 ...
It is often preceded by as or so, and followed by so, indicating an equal number. ...
It is followed by as
Appetite - ...
In old authors, appetite is followed by to, but regularly it should be followed by for before the object, as an appetite for pleasure
Breathe - To inject by breathing to infuse followed by into. To expire to eject by breathing followed by out as, to breathe out threatening and slaughter
Confer - To discourse to converse to consult together implying conversation on some serious or important subject, in distinction from mere talk or light familiar conversation followed by with. To give, or bestow followed by on
Confide - To trust to rely on, with a persuasion of faithfulness or veracity in the person trusted or of the reality of a fact to give credit to to believe in, with assurance followed by in. ...
CONFI'DE, To entrust to commit to the charge of, with a belief in the fidelity of the person entrusted to deliver into possession of another, with assurance of safe keeping, or good management followed by to
Ortelius, Abraham - In 1564 he published an eight-leaved map of the world, which was followed in 1570 by the first great modern atlas, his Theatrum orbis terrarum, containing an index of ancient and modern place names
Fratres Cruciferi - They followed the Augustinian rule and each friar carried in his hand a wooden staff surmounted by a cross; hence their name
Friars, Crossed - They followed the Augustinian rule and each friar carried in his hand a wooden staff surmounted by a cross; hence their name
Friars, Crutched - They followed the Augustinian rule and each friar carried in his hand a wooden staff surmounted by a cross; hence their name
Fishes, Loaves And - In John the miracle is followed by the discourse of Christ on the Sacrament of the Eucharist which He was to establish
Loaves And Fishes - In John the miracle is followed by the discourse of Christ on the Sacrament of the Eucharist which He was to establish
Vashni - 28), which is followed by AV Oakley, Frederick - He was a Fellow of Balliol and Anglican incumbent of Margaret Chapel, London, but followed Newman into the Catholic Church, and was ordained priest, 1847
Frederick Oakeley - He was a Fellow of Balliol and Anglican incumbent of Margaret Chapel, London, but followed Newman into the Catholic Church, and was ordained priest, 1847
Iob - Son of Issachar, according to Genesis 46:13 ; but a copyist apparently omitted one Hebrew letter, the name appearing as Jashub in Samaritan Pentateuch and some Greek manuscripts of Genesis (followed by NRSV, NIV, TEV) and in Numbers 26:24 ; 1 Chronicles 7:1
Gesham - Earliest translations give varying spellings, followed by modern translators
Ginnetho - Hebrew texts have various spellings followed by modern translations: Ginnethon (NIV; REB); Ginnethoi (NAS, TEV, NRSV)
Ziz - The Roman road from En-gedi to Jerusalem followed this track
Aspire - ) To desire with eagerness; to seek to attain something high or great; to pant; to long; - followed by to or after, and rarely by at; as, to aspire to a crown; to aspire after immorality
Scutellum - It follows the scutum, and is followed by the small postscutellum; a scutella
Accompany - ) To go with or attend as a companion or associate; to keep company with; to go along with; - followed by with or by; as, he accompanied his speech with a bow
Acquiesce - ) To rest satisfied, or apparently satisfied, or to rest without opposition and discontent (usually implying previous opposition or discontent); to accept or consent by silence or by omitting to object; - followed by in, formerly also by with and to
Advertise - ) To give notice to; to inform or apprise; to notify; to make known; hence, to warn; - often followed by of before the subject of information; as, to advertise a man of his loss
Rieve - ) To feel grief; to be in pain of mind on account of an evil; to sorrow; to mourn; - often followed by at, for, or over
Gittites - Designation of the six hundred men as inhabitants of Gath, and of their leader Ittai, who followed David at Absalom's revolt
Competition - ) The act of seeking, or endeavoring to gain, what another is endeavoring to gain at the same time; common strife for the same objects; strife for superiority; emulous contest; rivalry, as for approbation, for a prize, or as where two or more persons are engaged in the same business and each seeking patronage; - followed by for before the object sought, and with before the person or thing competed with
Famous - ...
It is followed by for
Turkey-Trot - ) An eccentric ragtime dance, danced with the feet well apart and with a characteristic rise on the ball of the foot, followed by a drop upon the heel
Abraham Ortelius - In 1564 he published an eight-leaved map of the world, which was followed in 1570 by the first great modern atlas, his Theatrum orbis terrarum, containing an index of ancient and modern place names
Lad - ) Pleased; joyous; happy; cheerful; gratified; - opposed to sorry, sorrowful, or unhappy; - said of persons, and often followed by of, at, that, or by the infinitive, and sometimes by with, introducing the cause or reason
Lad - ) Pleased; joyous; happy; cheerful; gratified; - opposed to sorry, sorrowful, or unhappy; - said of persons, and often followed by of, at, that, or by the infinitive, and sometimes by with, introducing the cause or reason
Ood - ) Kind; benevolent; humane; merciful; gracious; polite; propitious; friendly; well-disposed; - often followed by to or toward, also formerly by unto. ) Clever; skillful; dexterous; ready; handy; - followed especially by at. ) Serviceable; suited; adapted; suitable; of use; to be relied upon; - followed especially by for
Coop - ) To confine in a coop; hence, to shut up or confine in a narrow compass; to cramp; - usually followed by up, sometimes by in
Care - ) To be anxious or solicitous; to be concerned; to have regard or interest; - sometimes followed by an objective of measure
Angry - ) Touched with anger; under the emotion of anger; feeling resentment; enraged; - followed generally by with before a person, and at before a thing
Banquet - ) A feast; a sumptuous entertainment of eating and drinking; often, a complimentary or ceremonious feast, followed by speeches
Agreeable - ) Agreeing or suitable; conformable; correspondent; concordant; adapted; - followed by to, rarely by with
Carp - ) To find fault; to cavil; to censure words or actions without reason or ill-naturedly; - usually followed by at
Pare - ) To remove; to separate; to cut or shave, as the skin, ring, or outside part, from anything; - followed by off or away; as; to pare off the ring of fruit; to pare away redundancies
Beforehand - In a state of anticipation or preoccupation often followed by with as, you are before hand with me
Expert - It is usually followed by in as expert in surgery expert in performance on a musical instrument
Whereas - ) When in fact; while on the contrary; the case being in truth that; although; - implying opposition to something that precedes; or implying recognition of facts, sometimes followed by a different statement, and sometimes by inferences or something consequent
Abridge - ) To deprive; to cut off; - followed by of, and formerly by from; as, to abridge one of his rights
Likely - ) Having probability; having or giving reason to expect; - followed by the infinitive; as, it is likely to rain
Admah - In the war that followed all were carried away including Lot, but Abraham pursued and recovered all
Let - Let is followed by the infinitive without the sign to. To lease to grant possession and use for a compensation as, to let to farm to let an estate for a year to let a room to lodgers often followed by out, as, to let out a farm but the use of out is unnecessary. followed by the first and third persons, it expresses desire or wish hence it is used in prayer and entreaty to superiors, and to those who have us in their power as, let me not wander from thy commandments. followed by the first person plural, let expresses exhortation or entreaty as, rise, let us go. ...
followed by the third person, it implies permission or command addressed to an inferior
Sleep - ) To be slumbering in; - followed by a cognate object; as, to sleep a dreamless sleep. ) A natural and healthy, but temporary and periodical, suspension of the functions of the organs of sense, as well as of those of the voluntary and rational soul; that state of the animal in which there is a lessened acuteness of sensory perception, a confusion of ideas, and a loss of mental control, followed by a more or less unconscious state
Accord - ) To make to agree or correspond; to suit one thing to another; to adjust; - followed by to. ) To agree; to correspond; to be in harmony; - followed by with, formerly also by to; as, his disposition accords with his looks
Amitosis - ) Cell division in which there is first a simple cleavage of the nucleus without change in its structure (such as the formation of chromosomes), followed by the division of the cytoplasm; direct cell division; - opposed to mitosis
Patripassians - A sect that appeared about the latter end of the second century; so called from their ascribing the passion or sufferings of Christ to the Father; for they asserted the unity of God in such a manner as to destroy all distinctions of persons, and to make the Father and Son precisely the same; in which they were followed by the Sabellians and others
Matthias - ”) Disciple who followed Jesus from the time of John's ministry of baptism until Jesus' ascension, who was chosen by lot and prayer to succeed Judas as an apostle and official witness to the resurrection (Acts 1:20-26 )
Bethabara - Mentioned once only, John 1:28 , as the scene of John’s baptism; the principal codices, followed by the RV Except - ) To take exception; to object; - usually followed by to, sometimes by against; as, to except to a witness or his testimony
Comment - ) To make remarks, observations, or criticism; especially, to write notes on the works of an author, with a view to illustrate his meaning, or to explain particular passages; to write annotations; - often followed by on or upon
Compensate - ) To make amends; to supply an equivalent; - followed by for; as, nothing can compensate for the loss of reputation
Bestow - ) To demean; to conduct; to behave; - followed by a reflexive pronoun
Auricular Confession - Frequently, however, auricular confession was followed by public penance
um Ammoniac - It has a peculiar smell, and a nauseous, sweet taste, followed by a bitter one
Since - ) Seeing that; because; considering; - formerly followed by that
Lambdacism - ) A defect in pronunciation of the letter l when doubled, which consists in giving it a sound as if followed by y, similar to that of the letters lli in billion
Joseph Barsabas - One of the two chosen as candidates for Judas Iscariot's vacant apostleship; therefore he must have followed Jesus from His baptism to His ascension, and so was fitted to be a witness of His resurrection (Acts 1:22)
Polonaise - ) A stately Polish dance tune, in 3-4 measure, beginning always on the beat with a quaver followed by a crotchet, and closing on the beat after a strong accent on the second beat; also, a dance adapted to such music; a polacca
Vamp - ) To provide, as a shoe, with new upper leather; hence, to piece, as any old thing, with a new part; to repair; to patch; - often followed by up
Discalced - The Observantines, Minims, Capuchins, and Alcantarines followed the primitive custom, but most of the orders have returned to the use of sandals and even shoes
Abinadab - A son of Jesse, one of the three who followed Saul in the war with the Philistines, 1 Samuel 16:8 ; 17:13
Catechetical School of Alexandria - He was succeeded by his pupil Clement, followed by Origen
College - The Authorized Version followed the Jewish commentators, who, following the Targum, gave the Hebrew word its post-Biblical sense, as if it meant a place of instruction
Memucan - " Ahasuerus accordingly consulted them, "what shall we do unto Vashti according to law?" Memucan as president of the council owing to his wisdom and age, or else as an obsequious courtier knowing his master's mind, gave his opinion first, that Vashti should be disgraced; and his counsel the king followed
Gittites - (See GATH) The 600 who followed David from Gath under "Ittai the Gittites," "a stranger and an exile" (2 Samuel 15:18-20)
Consonant - ) Having agreement; congruous; consistent; according; - usually followed by with or to
Abound - To have or possess in great quantity to be copiously supplied followed by with or in as to abound with provisions to abound in good things
Scutum - It is preceded by the prescutum and followed by the scutellum
Fawn - , as a dog; to flatter meanly; - often followed by on or upon
Endow - ) To enrich or furnish with anything of the nature of a gift (as a quality or faculty); - followed by with, rarely by of; as, man is endowed by his Maker with reason; to endow with privileges or benefits
Depart - ...
It is followed by from, or from is implied before the place left
Upbraid - ) To charge with something wrong or disgraceful; to reproach; to cast something in the teeth of; - followed by with or for, and formerly of, before the thing imputed
Alexandria, Catechetical School of - He was succeeded by his pupil Clement, followed by Origen
Myrtle - It has solitary axillary white or rosy flowers, followed by black several-seeded berries
Clap - To thrust or drive together to shut hastily followed by to as, to clap to the door or gate. To thrust or drive together to put one thing to another by a hasty or sudden motion followed by to, on or in as, to clap the hand to the mouth to clap spurs to a horse to clap on a saddle. To thrust to put, place or send followed by in, into, under, over, &c
Converse - ) To keep company; to hold intimate intercourse; to commune; - followed by with. ) To engage in familiar colloquy; to interchange thoughts and opinions in a free, informal manner; to chat; - followed by with before a person; by on, about, concerning, etc
Rain - As a rule the first rainfalls, which are accompanied by heavy thunderstorms, are followed by comparatively fine weather, broken by occasional wet days, after which, towards the end of the rainy season, there are again heavy successions of rain-storms. Such very wet winters are nearly always followed by an epidemic of malaria in the succeeding summer
Some, Someone, Something, Somewhat - * Notes: (1) Various forms of the article and certain pronouns, followed by the particles men and de denote "some. followed by a correlative expression it denotes "some," e
Affection - It was formerly followed by to or towards, but is now more generally followed by far
Depend - To hang to be sustained by being fastened or attached to something above followed by from. To be connected with anything, as the cause of its existence or of its operation and effects to rely on to have such connection with any thing as a cause, that without it, the effect would not be produced followed by on or upon
Disciple, - The Lord Jesus had His disciples: the apostles whom He chose to be with Him are called His 'twelve disciples,' Matthew 11:1 ; but in other places the term is applied to all who followed the Lord, many of whom 'went back and walked no more with him. When great multitudes followed the Lord, He turned to them and bade them count the cost of really following Him
no Longer, no More - ...
Notes: (1) The double negative ou me, "by no means, in no wise," followed by eti, "longer, still, yet," is rendered "no more" in Hebrews 8:12 ; 10:17 ; Revelation 3:12 . (2) In John 15:4 , AV, houtos, "so," followed by oude, "neither," is translated "no more" (RV, "so neither")
Collate - ) To present and institute in a benefice, when the person presenting is both the patron and the ordinary; - followed by to
Irish Sisters of Charity - The rule followed is that of Saint Ignatius
Careless - Having no care heedless negligent unthinking inattentive regardless unmindful followed by of or about as a careless mother a mother careless of or about her children, is an unnatural parent
Zeboim - ‘The ravine of Zebô‘im’ (‘ravine of the hy¿nas’) is named in 1 Samuel 13:18 in describing the route followed by one of the bands of Philistine maranders
Hobab - ), and should be rendered "brother-in-law," as in the RSV His descendants followed Israel to Canaan (Numbers 10:29 ), and at first pitched their tents near Jericho, but afterwards settled in the south in the borders of Arad (Judges 1:8-11,16 )
Annex - ) To join or attach; usually to subjoin; to affix; to append; - followed by to
Fend - ...
It is usually followed by off as, to fend off blows
Not - In the first member of a sentence, it may be followed by nor or neither as not for a price nor reward I was not in sfety, neither had I rest
Premonstrantes - The rule they followed was that of St
Dissent - ) To differ in opinion; to be of unlike or contrary sentiment; to disagree; - followed by from
Zebedee - His wife, Mary, also followed Jesus and ministered to Him (Mark 15:40-41 )
Barber, Chloe - They were followed into the Church by Mrs
Barber, Daniel - They were followed into the Church by Mrs
Barber Family - They were followed into the Church by Mrs
Barber, Virgil - They were followed into the Church by Mrs
Than - It is usually followed by the object compared in the nominative case
Wrap - ) To conceal by enveloping or infolding; to hide; hence, to involve, as an effect or consequence; to be followed by
Menace - ) To express or show an intention to inflict, or to hold out a prospect of inflicting, evil or injury upon; to threaten; - usually followed by with before the harm threatened; as, to menace a country with war
Leprosy - These are often followed by an eruption of dark or yellowish prominent nodules, frequently producing great deformity
Jezani'ah - In the events which followed the assassination of that officer Jezaniah took a prominent part
Vomit - ) To throw up; to eject from the stomach through the mouth; to disgorge; to puke; to spew out; - often followed by up or out
Barter - ) To trade or exchange in the way of barter; to exchange (frequently for an unworthy consideration); to traffic; to truck; - sometimes followed by away; as, to barter away goods or honor
Dervel the Mighty, Saint - He followed the profession of arms in his youth, his skill and valor in battle being the theme of contemporary bardic songs
Mighty, Dervel the - He followed the profession of arms in his youth, his skill and valor in battle being the theme of contemporary bardic songs
Derfel Gadarn, Saint - He followed the profession of arms in his youth, his skill and valor in battle being the theme of contemporary bardic songs
Laborer, Isidore the, Saint - Many miracles followed after his death
Isidore the Laborer, Saint - Many miracles followed after his death
Despair - To be without hope to hive up all hope or expectation followed by of
Dissolution of a Marriage - If a valid Christian marriage has taken place and has been followed with marital intercourse, the union is lifelong; it cannot be dissolved except by death
Ladislaus, Saint - In the government of his realm he followed the illustrious example of Saint Stephen, thus winning the respect and love of his subjects
Heron - The occurrence of this name immediately after stork , and followed by the expression ‘after her kind,’ makes it probable that the EV Marriage, Dissolution of a - If a valid Christian marriage has taken place and has been followed with marital intercourse, the union is lifelong; it cannot be dissolved except by death
Love of Complacency - This love is followed by desire, i
Zohar - A Judahite family, according to the Kĕrç of 1 Chronicles 4:7 , which was followed in AV Lucifer - (lyoo' cih fuhr) The Latin translation (followed by the KJV) of the Hebrew word for “day star” in Isaiah 14:12 , where the word is used as a title for the king of Babylon, who had exalted himself as a god
Partake - ) To have something of the properties, character, or office; - usually followed by of
Hales, Alexander of - Author of the unfinished "Summa Universre Theologire," the first attempted systematic exposition of Catholic doctrine following the introduction into Europe and knowledge of Aristotle's complete works, he gave definite form to the Scholastic method and its application to theology, and outlined the plan later followed by all the great "Summae
Gadarn, Derfel - He followed the profession of arms in his youth, his skill and valor in battle being the theme of contemporary bardic songs
Instead - a compound of in and stead, place but stead retains its character of a noun, and is followed by of instead of, in the same manner as in the stead of
Winter - In the case of the Christian this time is followed by GOD's blessing, care and recovery, both in the millennium, in Heaven, or in the individual experience here on earth
Reconcile - ) To make consistent or congruous; to bring to agreement or suitableness; - followed by with or to
Expect - ) To look for (mentally); to look forward to, as to something that is believed to be about to happen or come; to have a previous apprehension of, whether of good or evil; to look for with some confidence; to anticipate; - often followed by an infinitive, sometimes by a clause (with, or without, that); as, I expect to receive wages; I expect that the troops will be defeated
Araunah - ]'>[1] , because the plague, which followed David’s numbering of the people, had been stayed
Remedy - ) That which corrects or counteracts an evil of any kind; a corrective; a counteractive; reparation; cure; - followed by for or against, formerly by to
While - ) To cause to pass away pleasantly or without irksomeness or disgust; to spend or pass; - usually followed by away
Teem - ) To pour; - commonly followed by out; as, to teem out ale
Alexander of Hales - Author of the unfinished "Summa Universre Theologire," the first attempted systematic exposition of Catholic doctrine following the introduction into Europe and knowledge of Aristotle's complete works, he gave definite form to the Scholastic method and its application to theology, and outlined the plan later followed by all the great "Summae
Delight - ) To have or take great delight or pleasure; to be greatly pleased or rejoiced; - followed by an infinitive, or by in
Cain - He was the eldest son of Adam and Eve; he followed the business of agriculture
Throng - ...
Much people followed him, and thronged him
Cain - He was the eldest son of Adam and Eve; he followed the business of agriculture
Midnight - In Acts 27:27 "about midnight" translates an adverbial phrase consisting of kata, "towards," followed by mesos, "middle" and nux, "night," with the article, lit
Blind - Blind should be followed by to but it is followed by of, in the phrase,blind of an eye
Noah - The writer of Isaiah 54:9 describes the present distresses of Israel ‘as the waters of Noah,’ to be followed by peace, according to the unchangeable covenant of peace, as surely as the promise and the covenant followed the Flood
Noah - The writer of Isaiah 54:9 describes the present distresses of Israel ‘as the waters of Noah,’ to be followed by peace, according to the unchangeable covenant of peace, as surely as the promise and the covenant followed the Flood
Dip - ) To enter slightly or cursorily; to engage one's self desultorily or by the way; to partake limitedly; - followed by in or into. ) To pierce; to penetrate; - followed by in or into. ) A sudden drop followed by a climb, usually to avoid obstacles or as the result of getting into an airhole
Ally - ) To unite, or form a connection between, as between families by marriage, or between princes and states by treaty, league, or confederacy; - often followed by to or with
Besford Court Hospital - It consists of a junior department, conducted by nuns, in which the Montessori system of instruction is followed, and a senior department where the following vocations are taught: skilled carpentry, bricklaying, plumbing, gardening, rural handicrafts, and painting
Callo, Saint - He was a monk, one of the 12 disciples who followed Saint Columbanus to Luxeuil, and later to Bregenz, where he led a hermit's life, near the river Steinach
Chelleh, Saint - He was a monk, one of the 12 disciples who followed Saint Columbanus to Luxeuil, and later to Bregenz, where he led a hermit's life, near the river Steinach
Feast of Asses - In this state, followed by the bishop and clergy, she marched in procession from the cathedral to the church of St
Continental System - The retaliatory measures of England were followed by the Milan decree, issued by Napoleon from Milan Dec
Martyr, Edward the, Saint - During his brief reign he followed the counsel of Saint Dunstan, winning the affection of his people through his many virtues
Bezaleel - Man who followed Ezra's leadership and divorced his foreign wife (Ezra 10:30 )
Hate - ) To be very unwilling; followed by an infinitive, or a substantive clause with that; as, to hate to get into debt; to hate that anything should be wasted
Pine - ) To languish with desire; to waste away with longing for something; - usually followed by for
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church - They are in close accord with the Methodist Episcopal Church, accepting the Apostle's Creed "and adhering strictly to the doctrine of the new birth, regeneration followed by adoption, and entire sanctification
According - According, here, has its true participial sense, agreeing, and is always followed by to
Gilianus, Saint - He was a monk, one of the 12 disciples who followed Saint Columbanus to Luxeuil, and later to Bregenz, where he led a hermit's life, near the river Steinach
Gall, Saint - He was a monk, one of the 12 disciples who followed Saint Columbanus to Luxeuil, and later to Bregenz, where he led a hermit's life, near the river Steinach
Hinder - ) To keep back or behind; to prevent from starting or moving forward; to check; to retard; to obstruct; to bring to a full stop; - often followed by from; as, an accident hindered the coach; drought hinders the growth of plants; to hinder me from going
Brag - ) To talk about one's self, or things pertaining to one's self, in a manner intended to excite admiration, envy, or wonder; to talk boastfully; to boast; - often followed by of; as, to brag of one's exploits, courage, or money, or of the great things one intends to do
Idle - ) To spend in idleness; to waste; to consume; - often followed by away; as, to idle away an hour a day
Because - Hence, cause being a noun, because may be regularly followed by of
Envious - Sometimes followed by against, but generally and properly by at, before the person envied
Forbearance - The forbearance of sin is followed with satisfaction of mind
Grudge - ...
It is followed by two objects, but probably by ellipsis as, grudge us for grudge to us
Joseph - During the famine that followed he brought his family down to Egypt, setting the stage for their slavery and ultimately their Exodus
Acephali - of certain heretics in the fifth century, who, at first, followed Peter Mongus, but afterwards abandoned him, upon his subscribing to the council of Chalcedon, they themselves adhering to the Eutychian heresy; and, 3
Trumpets, Feast of - It indicated a renewal of blessing, being followed by the day of atonement, and the feast of tabernacles in the same month
Rease - ) An inflammation of a horse's heels, suspending the ordinary greasy secretion of the part, and producing dryness and scurfiness, followed by cracks, ulceration, and fungous excrescences
Raffle - ) To dispose of by means of a raffle; - often followed by off; as, to raffle off a horse
Rub - ) To dig; to dig up by the roots; to root out by digging; - followed by up; as, to grub up trees, rushes, or sedge
Rub - ) To dig; to dig up by the roots; to root out by digging; - followed by up; as, to grub up trees, rushes, or sedge
Ally - ) To unite, or form a connection between, as between families by marriage, or between princes and states by treaty, league, or confederacy; - often followed by to or with
Edward the Martyr, Saint - During his brief reign he followed the counsel of Saint Dunstan, winning the affection of his people through his many virtues
Zorah - ...
The road followed by Samson in going to Timnath leads down through rocky gorges, very likely to be haunted by wild beasts
Chide - To scold to clamor to find fault to contend in words of anger sometimes followed by with
Claudius Caesar - 41, and was followed by Nero, after a reign of thirteen years
Elah - The usual extirpation of the defeated dynasty followed
Secure - In this sense, secure is followed by against or from as secure against attack, or from an enemy
Whereas - The thing being so that considering that things are so implying an admission of facts, sometimes followed by a different statement, and sometimes by inferences or something consequent, as in the law style, where a preamble introduces a law
Path'Ros - In the list of the Mizraites the Pathrusim occur after the Naphtuhim and before the Caluhim; the latter being followed by the notice of the Philistines and by the Caphtorim
Eli'hu - ...
One of the captains of the thousands of Manasseh, (1 Chronicles 12:20 ) who followed David to Ziklag after he had left the Philistine army on the eve of the battle of Gilboa
Mitre - It has not been generally followed, but in the opinion of thisCommittee this historic fact justifies any Bishop in resuming it
Beth-Horon - In few places in Palestine can we with greater precision set history in its geographical setting; the whole ancient road, with abundant traces of Roman work, can be followed throughout, and the two Beit ‘Urs , less than two miles apart, stand sentinel above the road as the two Beth-horons did in ancient times. They belonged to the latter ( Joshua 21:22 ), and followed the Northern Kingdom
Converse - To keep company to associate to cohabit to hold intercourse and be intimately acquainted followed by with. To talk familiarly to have free intercourse in mutual communication of thoughts and opinions to convey thoughts reciprocally followed by with before the person addressed, and on before the subject
Vest - ) To clothe with authority, power, or the like; to put in possession; to invest; to furnish; to endow; - followed by with before the thing conferred; as, to vest a court with power to try cases of life and death. ) To come or descend; to be fixed; to take effect, as a title or right; - followed by in; as, upon the death of the ancestor, the estate, or the right to the estate, vests in the heir at law
Labre, Benedict Joseph, Saint - His death was followed by a multitude of miracles
Jesuats - " At first they followed the rule of Saint Benedict, with some modifications, but later they adopted the rule of Saint Augustine
Catherine of Aragon - The Pope refused to sanction the divorce, which led to England's split with the Church of Rome, and all the misery that followed therefrom
Thomas - From the circumstance that in the lists of the apostles he is always mentioned along with Matthew, who was the son of Alphaeus (Mark 3:18 ), and that these two are always followed by James, who was also the son of Alphaeus, it has been supposed that these three, Matthew, Thomas, and James, were brothers
Izhar - An early Hebrew scribal note followed by the early Syriac and Latin translations makes the name Jezoar (KJV, REB) or Zohar (NIV)
Severally - ...
Notes: (1) In Romans 12:5 , kata (kath') followed by the numeral heis, "one," and preceded by the article, signifies "severally," RV (AV, "every one")
Benedict Joseph Labre, Saint - His death was followed by a multitude of miracles
Gourd - The KJV followed the earliest Greek translation with its rendering gourd
Sanbal'Lat - The only other incident in his life is his alliance with the high priest's family by the marriage of his daughter with one of the grandsons of Eliashib; but the expulsion from the priesthood of the guilty son of Joiada by Nehemiah promptly followed
Commit - ) To join for a contest; to match; - followed by with
Arrive - In present usage: To come in progress by water, or by traveling on land; to reach by water or by land; - followed by at (formerly sometimes by to), also by in and from
Naaman - Through the persuasion of his servant, he decided to obey the man of GOD, and when he followed those instructions he received the cleansing he desired
Deed - ) Performance; - followed by of
Accommodation - ) The act of fitting or adapting, or the state of being fitted or adapted; adaptation; adjustment; - followed by to
Accuse - ...
It is followed by of before the subject of accusation the use of for after this verb is illegitimate
Acquit - It is followed by of before the object to acquit from is obsolete
Affected - Inclined, or disposed followed by to as, well affected to government
Ashamed - It is followed by of
Aragon, Catherine of - The Pope refused to sanction the divorce, which led to England's split with the Church of Rome, and all the misery that followed therefrom
Boanerges - It was John who told the Lord that they had forbidden one who was casting out demons in His name, because he followed not with them
Cough - ) To expel from the lungs or air passages by coughing; - followed by up; as, to cough up phlegm
Puzzle - ) To solve by ingenuity, as a puzzle; - followed by out; as, to puzzle out a mystery
Ahinoam - David followed God's word, defeated the Amalekites, and recovered his wives and the other captives (1 Samuel 30:1-20 )
Confident - I have followed the regular English orthography, as Coxe and Mitford have done
Purpose - ) To propose, as an aim, to one's self; to determine upon, as some end or object to be accomplished; to intend; to design; to resolve; - often followed by an infinitive or dependent clause
Achor, Valley of - It will be a door of hope to Israel — putting away evil from among themselves, national self-judgement — in the future when they call to mind that it was there that God's judgement began to fall on them, followed by blessing: so the tribulation of the latter day will usher in blessing
Abinadab - One of the eight sons of Jesse, and one of the three of Ins sons who followed Saul in battle
Captive - A prisoner taken by force or stratagem in war, by an enemy followed by to as a captive to the victor
Careful - ...
In present usage careful is generally followed by of as, careful of health
Lengthen - This verb is often followed by out, which may be sometimes emphatical, but in general is useless
Hazor - In the division of Canaan that followed, Hazor fell within the tribal area of Naphtali (Joshua 19:32; Joshua 19:36)
Easter Controversy - The dispute originated between the West and East, about the middle of the 2century, over the practise followed in the Eastern Church of terminating the Lenten Fast and beginning the Easter celebration on the 14th day of the Jewish month, Nisan, regardless of the day on which this date might fall. ...
The General Council of Nice (325) paved the way to a final settlement of the difficulty by ruling: that Easter must be celebrated by all throughout the world on the same Sunday; that this Sunday must follow the 14th day of the paschal moon; that that moon was to be accounted the paschal moon whose 14th day followed the spring equinox; and that some provisions should be made for determining the proper date of Easter and communicating it to the universal Church. Long after the Roman Church had adopted the cycle of 95 years for determining the date of Easter, the Celtic Church still followed a cycle of 532 years and celebrated the feast on a Sunday differing from the rest of Christendom. By the 9th century the Easter question was settled in all parts of the Celtic Church, and the cycle of 95 years followed everywhere
Quartodeciman Controversy - The dispute originated between the West and East, about the middle of the 2century, over the practise followed in the Eastern Church of terminating the Lenten Fast and beginning the Easter celebration on the 14th day of the Jewish month, Nisan, regardless of the day on which this date might fall. ...
The General Council of Nice (325) paved the way to a final settlement of the difficulty by ruling: that Easter must be celebrated by all throughout the world on the same Sunday; that this Sunday must follow the 14th day of the paschal moon; that that moon was to be accounted the paschal moon whose 14th day followed the spring equinox; and that some provisions should be made for determining the proper date of Easter and communicating it to the universal Church. Long after the Roman Church had adopted the cycle of 95 years for determining the date of Easter, the Celtic Church still followed a cycle of 532 years and celebrated the feast on a Sunday differing from the rest of Christendom. By the 9th century the Easter question was settled in all parts of the Celtic Church, and the cycle of 95 years followed everywhere
Alien - ) Wholly different in nature; foreign; adverse; inconsistent (with); incongruous; - followed by from or sometimes by to; as, principles alien from our religion
Confidence - ) The act of confiding, trusting, or putting faith in; trust; reliance; belief; - formerly followed by of, now commonly by in
Cotton - ) To unite; to agree; to make friends; - usually followed by with
Can - ) To be able; - followed by an infinitive without to; as, I can go, but do not wish to
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra - His first literary work was a pastoral romance "Galatea," followed by unsuccessful attempts at dramatic poetry
Shelomith - The Israelites followed God's orders and stoned him to death (Leviticus 24:10-23 )
Pillow - KJV followed the earliest Greek translation in reading pillows at Ezekiel 13:18 ,Ezekiel 13:18,13:20
Johann Eccard - As theologian he followed the teaching of the great Scholastics but departed from their method and form
Johann Eckhard - As theologian he followed the teaching of the great Scholastics but departed from their method and form
Johann Eckhart - As theologian he followed the teaching of the great Scholastics but departed from their method and form
Meister Johann Eckhart - As theologian he followed the teaching of the great Scholastics but departed from their method and form
Joanna Southcott - More than 100,000 disciples followed her teachings until the close of the 19th century
Ziba - On David’s flight from Jerusalem ( 2 Samuel 16:1-4 ) Ziba followed him with provisions, and accused Mephibosheth of treachery
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de - His first literary work was a pastoral romance "Galatea," followed by unsuccessful attempts at dramatic poetry
Host - This example was followed by David (1 Chronicles 27:1 ), and Solomon (1 Kings 4:26 ), and by the kings of Israel and Judah (2 Chronicles 17:14 ; 26:11 ; 2 Kings 11:4 , etc
Lourdel, Simeon - Years of persecution, civilwar, and foreign invasion followed, but the Catholic missions were finally restored
Fond - ) Loving; much pleased; affectionately regardful, indulgent, or desirous; longing or yearning; - followed by of (formerly also by on)
Acquit - ) To set free, release or discharge from an obligation, duty, liability, burden, or from an accusation or charge; - now followed by of before the charge, formerly by from; as, the jury acquitted the prisoner; we acquit a man of evil intentions
Seth - " This is immediately followed by "This is the book of the generations of Adam," giving the lineage through Seth and his descendants, and making no mention of Cain and his descendants
Argue - ) To contend in argument; to dispute; to reason; - followed by with; as, you may argue with your friend without convincing him
Commune - To converse to talk together familiarly to impart sentiments mutually, in private or familiar discourse followed by with before the person
Congratulate - ...
Formerly this verb was followed by to
Defend - ) To repel danger or harm from; to protect; to secure against; attack; to maintain against force or argument; to uphold; to guard; as, to defend a town; to defend a cause; to defend character; to defend the absent; - sometimes followed by from or against; as, to defend one's self from, or against, one's enemies
Permit - ) To grant (one) express license or liberty to do an act; to authorize; to give leave; - followed by an infinitive
Revenge - ; to exact satisfaction for, under a sense of injury; to avenge; - followed either by the wrong received, or by the person or thing wronged, as the object, or by the reciprocal pronoun as direct object, and a preposition before the wrong done or the wrongdoer
Adventists - Miller believed that the second coming of Christ was to be in 1843 and would be followed by the millennium
Eccard, Meister Johann - As theologian he followed the teaching of the great Scholastics but departed from their method and form
Eckhard, Meister Johann - As theologian he followed the teaching of the great Scholastics but departed from their method and form
Eckhart, Meister Johann - As theologian he followed the teaching of the great Scholastics but departed from their method and form
Annas - In the reign of Tiberius he was deposed, and was followed at short intervals by Ismael, Eleasar son of Ananus or Annas, Simon, and Joseph Caiaphas, son-in-law of Annas
Insomuch That, or as - , "unto the," followed by the infinitive mood, is sometimes used of result, and is rendered "insomuch that" in 2 Corinthians 8:6
Half - ) One of two equal parts into which anything may be divided, or considered as divided; - sometimes followed by of; as, a half of an apple
Rudge - ) To look upon with desire to possess or to appropriate; to envy (one) the possession of; to begrudge; to covet; to give with reluctance; to desire to get back again; - followed by the direct object only, or by both the direct and indirect objects
Pekah - Pekah then was given a high office in the army, and the coup followed shortly after Pekahiah succeeded Menahem
Certify - ...
It is followed by of, after the person, and before the thing told as, I certified you of the fact
Southcott, Joanna - More than 100,000 disciples followed her teachings until the close of the 19th century
Simeon Lourdel - Years of persecution, civilwar, and foreign invasion followed, but the Catholic missions were finally restored
Society of the Helpers of the Holy Souls - The Rule of Saint Ignatius is followed
Answer - To be accountable, liable or responsible followed by to before the person, and for before the thing for which one is liable as, the man must answer to his employer for the money entrusted to his care we can not answer to God for our offenses. To vindicate, or give a justificatory account of followed by for as, a man cannot answer for his friend. To correspond with to suit with followed by to
Feel - ; to perceive one's self to be; - followed by an adjective describing the state, etc. ) To appear to the touch; to give a perception; to produce an impression by the nerves of sensation; - followed by an adjective describing the kind of sensation
Compare - ...
In this sense compare is followed by to. In this sense compare is followed by with
Gilead - ...
In the days of Ahab Ramoth-gilead was in possession of the Syrians, which was followed by all Gilead and Moab falling into their hands. This was followed by Tiglath-pileser conquering the region, and carrying the Israelites into captivity
Gilead - ...
In the days of Ahab Ramoth-gilead was in possession of the Syrians, which was followed by all Gilead and Moab falling into their hands. This was followed by Tiglath-pileser conquering the region, and carrying the Israelites into captivity
Prefer - ) To set above or before something else in estimation, favor, or liking; to regard or honor before another; to hold in greater favor; to choose rather; - often followed by to, before, or above
Meat-Offering - It followed the sacrifice of blood
Cadets of the Cross - In defense of their civiland religious liberties they started an insurrection in the Cevennes, and much suffering and persecution followed
Camisards - In defense of their civiland religious liberties they started an insurrection in the Cevennes, and much suffering and persecution followed
Camisards, White - In defense of their civiland religious liberties they started an insurrection in the Cevennes, and much suffering and persecution followed
Haemorrhoids - But the same consequences followed from its presence in Gath, and therefore they had it removed to Ekron, 11 miles distant
Shinar, the Land of - This was followed in course of time by an Elamite invasion; from which the land was finally delivered by Khammurabi, the son of Amarpel ("Amraphel, king of Shinar," Genesis 14:1 ), who became the founder of the new empire of Chaldea
Sardis - ...
So much had the church in Sardis followed the ways of the society around it, that it was Christian in name only
Contest - ) To engage in contention, or emulation; to contend; to strive; to vie; to emulate; - followed usually by with
Nathanael - ...
Nathanael was from Cana of Galilee (John 21:2 ) and apparently became one of the inner core of disciples who followed Jesus
Quadrate - ) To square; to agree; to suit; to correspond; - followed by with
Debate - ) To contend in words; to dispute; hence, to deliberate; to consider; to discuss or examine different arguments in the mind; - often followed by on or upon
Possess - ; to acquaint; to inform; - followed by of or with before the thing possessed, and now commonly used reflexively
Pension - ) To grant a pension to; to pay a regular stipend to; in consideration of service already performed; - sometimes followed by off; as, to pension off a servant
Admonish - It is followed by of, or against as, to admonish of a fault committed, or against committing a fault
Bare - ...
It is often followed by of as, the country is bare of money
Innocent - It is followed by of
Hair in Christian Antiquity - The paintings in the catacombs showed that the Christians followed the fashion of their time
Conformable - ...
It is generally followed by to, but good writers have used with
Guilty - It may be followed by of as, to be guilty of theft or arson
Result - ) To come out, or have an issue; to terminate; to have consequences; - followed by in; as, this measure will result in good or in evil
White Camisards - In defense of their civiland religious liberties they started an insurrection in the Cevennes, and much suffering and persecution followed
Baasha - The execution of the whole house of Jeroboam followed
Scent - chase followed by the scent course of pursuit track
Patient - It is followed by of before the evil endured as patient of labor or pain patient of heat or cold
Except, Excepted - which have the negative me, followed by epi, render it "except for. have parektos, followed by logou, i
That - ) To introduce a purpose; - usually followed by may, or might, and frequently preceded by so, in order, to the end, etc. ) As an adjective, that has the same demonstrative force as the pronoun, but is followed by a noun
Divide - This verb describes the “division” of the people of Israel, as one half followed Tibni and the other half followed Omri (1 Kings 16:21)
Anna - Anna was a widow 84 years of age (Authorized Version), or more probably ( Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885) about 105, as 7 years of married life followed by 84 years of widowhood would make her to be. Having entered the temple at the same time as Jesus was brought in, she followed up the song of Simeon in similar strains, and spake of the Holy Child ‘to all them that were looking for the redemption of Jerusalem’ (Luke 2:38)
Free - ; to release; to disengage; to clear; - followed by from, and sometimes by off; as, to free a captive or a slave; to be freed of these inconveniences. ) Exempt; clear; released; liberated; not encumbered or troubled with; as, free from pain; free from a burden; - followed by from, or, rarely, by of. ) Invested with a particular freedom or franchise; enjoying certain immunities or privileges; admitted to special rights; - followed by of
Depend - ) To rely for support; to be conditioned or contingent; to be connected with anything, as a cause of existence, or as a necessary condition; - followed by on or upon, formerly by of
Didacus, Saint - He was educated under the direction of a hermit and followed the austere life practised by his master
Embalming - The embalming of Jacob and Joseph was according to the Egyptian custom, which was partially followed by the Jews (2 Chronicles 16:14 ), as in the case of king Asa, and of our Lord (John 19:39,40 ; Luke 23:56 ; 24:1 )
Bajith - " The Bajith, followed by Dibon, and Bamoth in Isaiah 15:2 correspond
Immuration - " ...
(2) Voluntary permanent closing-up of the door of the cell of a religious, who continued to receive food, light, and air through a window, and followed the ceremonies of the Church through an opening or "squint" in the chapel wall
Meddle - When the object is specified, meddle is properly followed by with or in usually by the former
Bargain - ) To make a bargain; to make a contract for the exchange of property or services; - followed by with and for; as, to bargain with a farmer for a cow
Big - Big, in the sense of pregnant, is followed by with as, big with child
Grieve - It is followed by at or for
Lucianists - Or LUCANISTS, a sect so called from Lucianus, or Lucanus, a heretic of the second century, being a disciple of Marcion, whose errors he followed, adding some new ones to them
Virgin - ) To act the virgin; to be or keep chaste; - followed by it
Accept - ) To receive with a consenting mind (something offered); as, to accept a gift; - often followed by of
Ahithophel - The latter counsel not being followed, and a preference being given to the advice of Hushai, who was acting for David, Ahithophel returned to his house, set his household in order, and hanged himself
Reck - ...
To care to mind to rate at much as we say, to reckon much of followed by of
North - And so we have found it come to pass that the clouds of a golden hue always followed upon a north wind, and indicated a clear day; and as in the times of the Savior, we could always say when it was evening, It will be fair weather, for the sky is red,'" Matthew 16:2
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, City of - She was followed, 1653, by Marguerite Bourgeoys who, five years later, established the Sisters of the Congregation, for the education of girls, and, 1694, the Charron Brothers came to establish the General Hospital of Montreal. This event was followed by rapid progress in the work of education; the Brothers of the Christian Schools arrived the following year; the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, 1841; the Grand Seminaire, founded, 1840, was followed by the Seminaire de Philosophie, 1894; by order of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples a branch of Laval University was opened in Montreal, 1876, and in 1896 the Jesuits established Loyola College
Shoot - ) To strike with anything shot; to hit with a missile; often, to kill or wound with a firearm; - followed by a word denoting the person or thing hit, as an object. ) To discharge, causing a missile to be driven forth; - followed by a word denoting the weapon or instrument, as an object; - often with off; as, to shoot a gun. ) To let fly, or cause to be driven, with force, as an arrow or a bullet; - followed by a word denoting the missile, as an object
Confess - ) To make known or acknowledge, as one's sins to a priest, in order to receive absolution; - sometimes followed by the reflexive pronoun
Argue - To dispute to reason with followed by with as, you may argue with your friend, a week, without convincing him
Olier, Jean Jacques - A complete conversion to God followed shortly, when his failing eyesight was miraculously restored at Loreto
Andrew - He was afterwards called as an apostle, on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, Matthew 4:18 ; and thenceforth followed Christ to the end, Mark 13:3 John 6:7 12:22
Joseph Renan - This was followed by an equally objectionable life of Saint Paul
Jean Olier - A complete conversion to God followed shortly, when his failing eyesight was miraculously restored at Loreto
Morning - There will be sadness followed by gladness in each day
Boanerges - " Also in (Mark 9:38) their forbidding one casting out demons in Christ's name, because he followed not with them
Button - ) To fasten with a button or buttons; to inclose or make secure with buttons; - often followed by up
Canvass - ) To search thoroughly; to engage in solicitation by traversing a district; as, to canvass for subscriptions or for votes; to canvass for a book, a publisher, or in behalf of a charity; - commonly followed by for
Clutch - ) To reach (at something) as if to grasp; to catch or snatch; - often followed by at
Differ - Hence, to be unlike, dissimilar, distinct or various, in nature, condition, form or qualities followed by from
Exception - ) An objection; cavil; dissent; disapprobation; offense; cause of offense; - usually followed by to or against
Employ - ) To use; to have in service; to cause to be engaged in doing something; - often followed by in, about, on, or upon, and sometimes by to; as: (a) To make use of, as an instrument, a means, a material, etc
Angel of Great Counsel - (Magni Consilii Angelus, in the Introit of the third Mass of Christmas) ...
A title of the Messias in the Greek Version of Isaias, 9:6, where we read according to the Hebrew text followed by the Latin Vulgate, "His name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, Mighty God, a Father forever, Prince of Peace
Espouse - Usually and properly followed by to, rather than with
Augsburgh or Augustan Confession - A civil was followed this diet that lasted upwards of twenty years, but which only spread the new opinions, instead of extirpating them
Vials - There are seven direct judgements of the wrath of God (they are no longer mere providential actings) upon the settled sphere of God's dealings, whereby those who have received the mark of the beast are grievously affected; and upon masses of people outside that sphere, and upon the sources of national life and prosperity; also on those in authority in the world; also on the Euphrates, that it may be dried up to make way for the kings from the sun rising; followed by a general break up of human governments introductory to the reign of Christ
Reckon - ) To conclude, as by an enumeration and balancing of chances; hence, to think; to suppose; - followed by an objective clause; as, I reckon he won't try that again
Uess - ) To think; to suppose; to believe; to imagine; - followed by an objective clause
Deborah - A remarkable song of triumph by Deborah over the enemies of God followed the victory
Button - ) To fasten with a button or buttons; to inclose or make secure with buttons; - often followed by up
Cease - To stop moving, acting or speaking to leave of to give over followed by from before a noun
Renan, Joseph Ernest - This was followed by an equally objectionable life of Saint Paul
Upbraid - To charge with something wrong or disgraceful to reproach to cast in the teeth followed by with or for, before the thing imputed as, to upbraid a man for his folly or his intemperance
Ben'Jamin, the Tribe of - After the struggles and contests which followed the death of Saul, the history of Benjamin becomes merged in that of the southern kingdom
Paphnutius, Bishop in Upper Thebias - 17), followed by Sozomen ( H
Immanuel - Such a sign would give hope to a king who trusted God but would be a constant threat to one who followed his own strategy. Isaiah followed this with a call to the nations to lose in battle because of Immanuel, God with us (Isaiah 8:10 )
Ask - To request or petition, followed by for as, ask for bread or without for. to inquire, or seek by request sometimes followed by after
Jehoiakim - Active persecution of the prophetic party followed, in which one man at least was put to death. The evacuation of Palestine followed, and Jehoiakim was obliged to submit to the Babylonians
Jeroboam - " This unprincipled but effective measure, in which he was followed by all the kings of Israel, was a confession of weakness as well as of depravity. He followed up his father's successes over the Syrians, took Hamath and Damascus, and all the region east f the Jordan down to the Dead Sea, and advanced to its highest point the prosperity of that kingdom
Clear - Clear is followed by from or by of. To remove any incumbrance, or embarrassment often followed by off or away as, to clear off debts to clear away rubbish. To remove any thing that obscures, as clouds or fog to make bright as, to clear the sky sometimes followed by up. To become free from clouds or fog to become fair often followed by up, off, or away as, the sky clears the weather clears up it clears away it clears off
Dream - ) To have a dream of; to see, or have a vision of, in sleep, or in idle fancy; - often followed by an objective clause
Feasts, Movable - Forty days after Easter comes Ascension Day; ten days later, Pentecost or Whitsunday; and a week later, Trinity Sunday, followed after four days by the feast of Corpus Christi
Movable Feasts - Forty days after Easter comes Ascension Day; ten days later, Pentecost or Whitsunday; and a week later, Trinity Sunday, followed after four days by the feast of Corpus Christi
Fourier, Peter, Saint - His exile to Gray followed his refusal when the French Government asked him to swear allegiance to Louis XIII
Domenico Palmieri - His interesting "Institutiones philosophicae" (Philosophical Principles), delivered at the Roman College, followed the Scholastic method but differed from the common teaching of the School in many points, such as the composition of bodies, animal and plant life, the reality of accidents, and the necessity of intelligible species in cognition; his reputation rests chiefly on his treatises of dogmatic theology, so Gomplete from the positive, Scholastic, and polemic viewpoints
Palmieri, Domenico - His interesting "Institutiones philosophicae" (Philosophical Principles), delivered at the Roman College, followed the Scholastic method but differed from the common teaching of the School in many points, such as the composition of bodies, animal and plant life, the reality of accidents, and the necessity of intelligible species in cognition; his reputation rests chiefly on his treatises of dogmatic theology, so Gomplete from the positive, Scholastic, and polemic viewpoints
Captivity, Babylonian - Other expeditions followed under Esdras and Nehemias (1 Esdras 7-10; 2 Esdras 1-13)
Annas - Eleazar, son of Annas, followed Ismael; then Simon; then Joseph Caiaphas, son-in-law of Annas (John 18:13
Example - ) That which is to be followed or imitated as a model; a pattern or copy
Evening - It may be taken also as a picture of the fact that our time on earth is the evening time, followed by the morning in glory, a morning without clouds
Money - This would be followed by Greek money when they were under the dominion of the Greeks
Send - ) To cause to be or to happen; to bestow; to inflict; to grant; - sometimes followed by a dependent proposition
Andrew - Because of John the Baptist's witness concerning Jesus, Andrew followed Jesus to His overnight lodging and became one of His first disciples
Annunciation - This followed the account of Gabriel's announcement to Zacharias that he and his wife Elizabeth were to become the parents of John the Baptist
Philippi - On his casting out a spirit of divination from the young woman who followed him, a tumult was raised, and Paul and Silas were scourged and cast into prison; but this happily led to the conversion of the jailer and his household
Affection - Formerly followed by to, but now more generally by for or towards; as, filial, social, or conjugal affections; to have an affection for or towards children
Silas - Paul; and after Saul and Barnabas had parted, on account of John Mark, Acts 15:37-41 , Silas followed St
Cock, Cock-Crowing - In these watches the Jews followed the Roman method of dividing the night
Vanish, Vanishing - ...
Note: In Luke 24:31 , the adjective aphantos (akin to A and B), "invisible," used with ginomai, "to become," and followed by apo, "from," with the plural personal pronoun, is rendered "He vanished out of their sight" (AV, marg
Affinity - ) Relationship by marriage (as between a husband and his wife's blood relations, or between a wife and her husband's blood relations); - in contradistinction to consanguinity, or relationship by blood; - followed by with, to, or between
Religious Congregations - From the 10th century a group of monasteries bound together by a common rule would, for the sake of closer unity, acknowledge the authority of a particular one, as in France where sixty-five monasteries followed Cluny (Congregation of Cluny)
Recompense - The word is followed by the person or the service
Babylonian Captivity - Other expeditions followed under Esdras and Nehemias (1 Esdras 7-10; 2 Esdras 1-13)
Jehoahaz - He reigned seventeen years, and followed the evil ways of the house of Jeroboam
Severus, Bishop of Monorca - The conversion of a great number of Jews, including Theodorus himself, followed
Casuistry - (Latin: casus, case) ...
The method followed by moral theologians of explaining moral principles through the presentation and solution of concrete cases. Others have followed his example. The principles should be stated first, and followed by their appropriate case illustrations
Chime - ) To join in a conversation; to express assent; - followed by in or in with
Infamy - Infamy of fact is that arising from crime committed or immoral character, followed by loss of reputation among serious, right-minded Catholics
Abijah - In war with Jeroboam he gained a signal victory, 2 Chronicles 13:1-22 ; yet he followed the evil example of his father
John Chrysostom, Saint - He was ordained priest in 386, and in the twelve years that followed was engaged chiefly in preaching and writing
Abihu - As this is immediately followed by the prohibition of wine to the priests when ministering in the tabernacle, it is not improbable that Nadab and Abihu were intoxicated when thus transgressing
Canonesses Regular of the Holy Sepulcher - Their first definite appearance dates from the establishment of Kinroy in Lower Germany, in 1480, followed by that of Liege, Belgium, in 1496
Canon of the Mass - It begins with an oblation and prayer for all the faithful, followed by commemorations of the living, and of the saints, a renewal of the oblation, the Consecration, a further offering of the consecrated species, a commemoration of the departed, recommendation of the priest and clergy, the little oblation, the Our Father, invocation to the Lamb of God, prayers before the Communion, and the consumption of the sacred species
Seventy Times - 1: ἑβδομηκοντάκις (Strong's #1441 — Adverb — hebdomekontakis — heb-dom-ay-kon-tak-is' ) occurs in Matthew 18:22 , where it is followed by hepta, "seven," "seventy times seven;" RV marg
Calixtins - Calixtins was also a name given to those among the Lutherans who followed the opinions of George Calixtus, a celebrated divine in the sevententh century, who endeavoured to unite the Romish, Lutheran, and Calvinistic churches, in the bonds of charity and mutual benevolence
Hymn - Hilary, bishop of Poictiers, is said to have been the first who composed hymns to be sung in churches, and was followed by St
Doctrines: Duplicate Nature of - First to the right, then to the left, the road was ever ascending but always twisting, and thus, by easy marches, we were able to reach the summit of the pass; a straight line would have been shorter for the eagle's wing, but no human foot could have followed it
Nadab - The assassination of Nadab was followed by that of his whole house, and thus this great Ephraimite family became extinct (1 Kings 15:29 )
Frontlets - Jews followed scriptural commands, literally, writing Exodus 13:1-10 ,Exodus 13:1-10,13:11-16 ; Deuteronomy 6:4-9 ; Deuteronomy 11:13-21 on small scrolls, placing these in leather containers and placing these on their forehead and left arm
Lutheran Confessions - " An imperial condemnation followed
Adoni-Zedek - Routed they fled to Bethhoron, thence to Azekah and Makkedah, amidst the fearful hailstorm from God, followed by the sun's standing still at Joshua's command
Exact - ) To demand or require authoritatively or peremptorily, as a right; to enforce the payment of, or a yielding of; to compel to yield or to furnish; hence, to wrest, as a fee or reward when none is due; - followed by from or of before the one subjected to exaction; as, to exact tribute, fees, obedience, etc
Salome - Wife of Zebedee; among the "women who followed Jesus from Galilee, ministering unto Him" (Matthew 27:55-56; compare Mark 15:40)
Oven - Except in cities where there were those who followed the trade of the baker, with built-up ovens, it was customary for every household to have its own simple oven
Conclude - ) To reach as an end of reasoning; to infer, as from premises; to close, as an argument, by inferring; - sometimes followed by a dependent clause
Contest - To strive to contend followed by with
Coop - Hence, to shut up or confine in a narrow compass usually followed by up, to coop up sometimes by in
Defraud - To deprive of right, either by obtaining something by deception or artifice, or by taking something wrongfully without the knowledge or consent of the owner to cheat to cozen followed by of before the thing taken as, to defraud a man of his right
Delight - ...
DELIGHT, To have or take great pleasure to be greatly pleased or rejoiced followed by in
Agnoet ae - There arose another sect of the same name in the sixth century, who followed Themistius, deacon of Alexandria
Sheba (1) - Judah alone remained faithful to David "from Jordan even to Jerusalem"; the rest of Israel followed Sheba
Amos - He told Amaziah, "I was no prophet, neither was I a prophet's son; but I was an herdsman and a gatherer of sycomore fruit: and the Lord took me as I followed the flock, and the Lord said to me, Go, prophesy unto my people Israel
Appearing of Christ - Here it is the manifestation of Christ with His own, to be followed by the setting up of His kingdom and the apportionment of rewards to His saints
Hundred, Hundredfold - " It is followed by other numerals in John 21:11 ; Acts 1:15 ; Revelation 7:4 ; 14:1,3 ; 21:17
Here - , "(all) the (things) here;" in Matthew 24:23 , hode is used in both parts, hence the RV, "Lo, here (is the Christ, or) Here;" in Mark 13:21 hode is followed by ekei, "there
Talk - ) To consume or spend in talking; - often followed by away; as, to talk away an evening
Andrew - He was of Bethsaida, and became one of the disciples of John the Baptist, at whose word he followed Jesus, and afterwards brought his brother Simon
Septuagint - It was the parent of the first Latin, the Coptic, and many other versions, and was so much quoted and followed by the Greek and Roman fathers as practically to supersede the original Hebrew, until the last few centuries
Sect - Term signifying in classical Latin the political party or philosophical school which one followed, applied in the Epistles to divisions within the Christian communities, and not frequently used until the rise of Protestantism
Palsy - It is frequently followed in a few days by death
Mingle - , "mingled," followed by akratos, "unmixed, pure" (a, negative, and kratos, an adjective, from this verb kerannumi), the two together forming an oxymoron, the combination in one phrase of two terms that are ordinarily contradictory
Here - , "(all) the (things) here;" in Matthew 24:23 , hode is used in both parts, hence the RV, "Lo, here (is the Christ, or) Here;" in Mark 13:21 hode is followed by ekei, "there
Nicarete, a Lady of Nicomedia - She was warmly attached to Chrysostom and was punished for her devotion to his cause by the confiscation of most of her property in the troubles that followed his expulsion
Hades - Hades spoke therefore of more than death in general; it spoke of the separation from God that followed death in the afterlife (Matthew 11:23; Matthew 16:18; Revelation 20:13-14)
Machabees, the - Syrian attempts to force Greek paganism on the Jews, the profanation of the Temple at Jerusalem, and the massacre which followed, brought the nation to arms under Mathathias, a priest of the sons of Joarib. A period of peace followed in which Jonathan ruled as high priest in Jerusalem, but Tryphon, who was plotting for the throne of Asia, treacherously captured him at ptolemais and later put him to death
Doctor (2) - They have generally followed Wyclif, who used maister for διδάσκαλος, and doctour only once (Luke 2:46). νομοδιδάσκαλος in Luke 5:17 and Acts 5:34 is translated doctour of the lawe by Wyclif, who is followed with variations in spelling by Tindale
Trip - ) To cause to stumble, or take a false step; to cause to lose the footing, by striking the feet from under; to cause to fall; to throw off the balance; to supplant; - often followed by up; as, to trip up a man in wrestling. ) To move with light, quick steps; to walk or move lightly; to skip; to move the feet nimbly; - sometimes followed by it
Cause - ) To effect as an agent; to produce; to be the occasion of; to bring about; to bring into existence; to make; - usually followed by an infinitive, sometimes by that with a finite verb
Laura - The type of monastic life followed in the lauras might be called quasi-eremitical or quasi-cenobitic
Iraq - Thenceforth the history of Christianity in Iraq, including the adoption of Nestorianism, followed that of Persia, until Iraq was captured by the Turks in the 16th century, when most of the inhabitants became Mohammedan
Lima, Rose of, Saint - The cruel martyrdom which she inflicted upon her body was rewarded by extraordinary mystical gifts, visions, and revelations; many miracles followed her death
Loisy, Alfred Firmin - He was forbidden to continue his instructions on Assyriology in the Sorbonne, 1904, and Pius X issued the decree "Lamentabili," followed by the Encyclical "Pascendi," 1907, condemning the errors to which Loisy subscribed
Matthew - " Matthew arose and followed him, and became his disciple (Matthew 9:9 )
Beer - Tradition made this the last appearance of the water that "followed" the people before their entrance into Canaan; compare 1 Corinthians 10:4
Care - Caution, attention to a particular subject; regard and support, when followed with the particle of
Uriah - High priest in Jerusalem Temple under King Ahaz who followed the king's instructions in setting up an altar in the Temple according to a Syrian pattern (2 Kings 16:10-16 )
Martin of Tours, Saint - Amiens in Gaul was the scene of the famous incident of Martin sharing his military cloak with a beggar, followed by the heavenly vision which led to his baptism
Near - Regularly, near should be followed by to, but this is often omitted
Pillar of Cloud And Fire - Jesus as the living Light challenged persons to follow Him as Israel had followed God's earlier light
Miriam - She was a prophetess, and led the celebration that followed Israel’s victory over Egypt at the Red Sea (Exodus 15:19-21)
Libnah - It lay on the invasion route to Jerusalem followed by Sennacherib about 701 B
Devise - ...
Formerly followed by of as, let us devise of ease
Michal - Paltiel followed weeping, but was rudely dismissed by Abner
Dispose - ) To give a tendency or inclination to; to adapt; to cause to turn; especially, to incline the mind of; to give a bent or propension to; to incline; to make inclined; - usually followed by to, sometimes by for before the indirect object
Trespass - ) To commit any offense, or to do any act that injures or annoys another; to violate any rule of rectitude, to the injury of another; hence, in a moral sense, to transgress voluntarily any divine law or command; to violate any known rule of duty; to sin; - often followed by against
Accept - To consent or agree to to receive as terms of a contract as, to accept a treaty often followed by of
Blush - To redden in the cheeks or face to be suddenly suffused with a red color in the cheeks or face, from a sense of guilt, shame, confusion, modesty, diffidence or surprise followed by at or for, before the cause of blushing as, blush at your vices blush for your degraded country
Boast - Cor 9 ...
Usually, it is followed by of sometimes by in
Alfred Loisy - He was forbidden to continue his instructions on Assyriology in the Sorbonne, 1904, and Pius X issued the decree "Lamentabili," followed by the Encyclical "Pascendi," 1907, condemning the errors to which Loisy subscribed
Creator - "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth;" this was followed by His creating all that has breath, and finally man; who is exhorted to remember his Creator in the days of his youth
Anthony, Saint - About 305 he emerged to organize monastic life for the crowds who followed him
Arnon - This ‘high way’ probably followed the line of the Roman road, traces of which still remain, with indications of a bridge, some distance W
Complain - ...
This verb is regularly followed by of, before the cause of grief or censure as, to complain of thirst, of ignorance, of vice, of an offender
Guide - The army followed the guide
Skip - : To leave matters unnoticed, as in reading, speaking, or writing; to pass by, or overlook, portions of a thing; - often followed by over
Smell - ) To affect the olfactory nerves; to have an odor or scent; - often followed by of; as, to smell of smoke, or of musk
Peradventure - ...
If followed by another clause the word almost functions to introduce a protasis: “Peradventure there be fifty righteous within the city: wilt thou also destroy …” ( Ahithophel - Before the last counsel was followed, Hushai's advice was desired; and he recommended their assembling together the whole force of Israel, putting Absalom at their head, and overwhelming David by their number
Disciple - The seventy-two who followed our Saviour from the beginning, are called disciples; as are others who were of the body of believers, and bore no office
Intent - , "for this purpose," is rendered "for this (AV, 'that') intent" in Acts 9:21 , RV (2) The phrase eis to, "unto the," followed by a verb in the infinitive mood, is translated "to the intent" in 1 Corinthians 10:6
Hymn - 18, and should be followed by a semicolon; similarly in Colossians 3:16 , the first part of the verse should end with the words "admonishing one another," where a semicolon should be placed
Bdellium - The rabbins are followed by Reland in calling it a crystal; but some, instead of bedolah, read berolah, changing the ד into ר , which are not always easily distinguished, and are often mistaken by transcribers; and so render it the beryl, which, say they, is the prime kind of crystal
Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary - A form of prayer (vocal or mental), consisting of 15 decades of Hail Marys, said on beads, each decade preceded by an Our Father and followed by a Gloria, during the recitation of which the mind meditates or dwells on the principal mysteries of the life, death, and resurrection of Our Lord
Certain - Assured in mind having no doubts followed by of, before a noun
Tours, Martin of, Saint - Amiens in Gaul was the scene of the famous incident of Martin sharing his military cloak with a beggar, followed by the heavenly vision which led to his baptism
Repentance - This is called evangelical repentance, and is accompanied and followed by amendment of life
Jealous - Suspicious apprehensive of rivalship uneasy through fear that another has withdrawn or may withdraw from one the affections of a person he loves, or enjoy some good which he desires to obtain followed by of, and applied both to the object of love and to the rival
Until - The only difference is, that it is followed sometimes by a single word denoting time, and in other cases by a verb denoting an event, or a word denoting place or degree
Vomit - It is followed often by up or out, but without necessity and to the injury of the language
Weary - It is followed by of, before the cause of fatigue as, to be weary of marching to be weary of reaping to be weary of study
Anani'as - ...
A Jewish disciple at Damascus, (Acts 9:10-17 ) of high repute, (Acts 22:12 ) who sought out Saul during the period of blindness which followed his conversion, and announced to him his future commission as a preacher of the gospel
Roll - It is followed by en, "in," and translated "wrapped" in Matthew 27:59 , a meaning and construction which Moulton and Milligan illustrate from the papyri; in Luke 23:53 it is followed by the dative of the noun sindon, "linen cloth," used instrumentally
From - ...
In certain phrases, generally or always elliptical, from is followed by certain adverbs, denoting place, region or position, indefinitely, no precise point being expressed as, ...
From above, from the upper regions. ...
From precedes another preposition, followed by its proper object or case
Travelling - First went the sheep and goat herds, each with their flocks in divisions, according as the chief of each family directed; then followed the camels and asses, loaded with the tents, furniture, and kitchen utensils; these were followed by the old men, women, boys, and girls, on foot
Dispensation, - ...
This was followed by the lengthy period of nearly 1600 years till the flood — a time of no ordered dealing of God with men, during which men corrupted their way, and the earth was filled with violence. Then followed the division of the earth into various nations and tribes, according to their families and tongues. ...
The Dispensation of the Law followed, strictly the first publicly ordered system of God's dealing with men, and administered by angels
Exodus - It was preceded by God’s judgment on Egypt through a number of plagues (Exodus 1; Exodus 2; Exodus 3; Exodus 4; Exodus 5; Exodus 6; Exodus 7; Exodus 8; Exodus 9; Exodus 10; Exodus 11; see PLAGUE); it came about through the decisive judgment on Passover night and the subsequent crossing of the Red Sea (Exodus 12; Exodus 13; Exodus 14; Exodus 15; see PASSOVER; RED SEA); and it was followed by the covenant ceremony at Mt Sinai, where God formally established Israel as his people (Exodus 16; Exodus 17; Exodus 18; Exodus 19; Exodus 20; Exodus 21; Exodus 22; Exodus 23; Exodus 24; see COVENANT). ...
Throughout the years that followed, Israelites looked back to the exodus as the decisive event in their history. They must also heed the lessons that the Israelites failed to learn in the wilderness years that followed their deliverance (1 Corinthians 10:1-11; 1 Corinthians 5:7)
Descent - ) Incursion; sudden attack; especially, hostile invasion from sea; - often followed by upon or on; as, to make a descent upon the enemy
Clap - ) To thrust, drive, put, or close, in a hasty or abrupt manner; - often followed by to, into, on, or upon
Hormah - ” City marking the limit of the Canaanite rout of the Israelites after the failed Israelite attempt to invade Canaan that followed the report of the twelve spies (Numbers 14:45 )
Franz Liszt - Brilliant concert tours in Switzerland and England were followed by a period of unfortunate associations with Lamartine, Victor Hugo, Heine, and George Sand at Paris, when he became intimate, 1834-1844, with the Countess d'Agoult (Daniel Stern)
Liszt, Ferencz - Brilliant concert tours in Switzerland and England were followed by a period of unfortunate associations with Lamartine, Victor Hugo, Heine, and George Sand at Paris, when he became intimate, 1834-1844, with the Countess d'Agoult (Daniel Stern)
Liszt, Franz - Brilliant concert tours in Switzerland and England were followed by a period of unfortunate associations with Lamartine, Victor Hugo, Heine, and George Sand at Paris, when he became intimate, 1834-1844, with the Countess d'Agoult (Daniel Stern)
Maundy Thursday - This was followed by the washing of the feet, called the Mandatum from the words of the first antiphon sung during the ceremony, which is not now universally performed, when the principal priest of the church assisted by the deacon and subdeacon washed the feet of twelve poor men in imitation of Christ, who washed the feet of the twelve Apostles
Fishing Net, Parable of the - It is followed immediately by its explanation
Birmingham, England, City of - During the anti-Catholic riots which followed the changed order, a church and convent were destroyed, 1688, and in 1791 the "Church and King" riots which occurred here culminated in the exile of Doctor Priestley
Succoth - The princes of this city churlishly refused to afford help to Gideon and his 300 men when "faint yet pursuing" they followed one of the bands of the fugitive Midianites after the great victory at Gilboa
Gentile - But the word gentes soon got another signification, and no longer mean: all such as were not Jews, but those only who were neither Jews nor Christians, but followed the superstitions of the Greeks and Romans, &c
Proverbs, Book of - These are followed by two supplements, (1) "The words of Agur" (ch
Muratori, Luigi Antonio - This was followed by his great Rerum italicarum Scriptores ab anno aerae Christianae 500 ad annum 1500 (Writers on Italian Affairs of the Years 500-1500 of the Christian Era), a work of 28 volumes (1723-1751) for which Indices chronologici (Chronological Indexes) were published in 1885
Luigi Muratori - This was followed by his great Rerum italicarum Scriptores ab anno aerae Christianae 500 ad annum 1500 (Writers on Italian Affairs of the Years 500-1500 of the Christian Era), a work of 28 volumes (1723-1751) for which Indices chronologici (Chronological Indexes) were published in 1885
Have - ) To be under necessity or obligation; to be compelled; followed by an infinitive
Holy Thursday - This was followed by the washing of the feet, called the Mandatum from the words of the first antiphon sung during the ceremony, which is not now universally performed, when the principal priest of the church assisted by the deacon and subdeacon washed the feet of twelve poor men in imitation of Christ, who washed the feet of the twelve Apostles
Agree - ) To yield assent; to accede; - followed by to; as, to agree to an offer, or to opinion
Approve - ...
This word, when it signifies to be pleased, is often followed by of, in which use, it is intransitive as, I approve of the measure
Alternate - ) To happen, succeed, or act by turns; to follow reciprocally in place or time; - followed by with; as, the flood and ebb tides alternate with each other
Dare - John 21 ...
In this intransitive sense, dare is not generally followed by the sign to before another verb in the infinitive though to may be used with propriety
Except - 1 Corinthians 14 ...
EXCEPT', To object to make an objection or objections usually followed by to sometimes by against
If - Regularly, if should be followed, as it was formerly, by the substitute or pronoun that, referring to the succeeding sentence or proposition
Secure - ) Net exposed to danger; safe; - applied to persons and things, and followed by against or from
Andrew - He had been a disciple of John, but hearing him say "Behold the Lamb of God!" he followed Jesus
Embalming - Also the women who had followed Jesus "bought sweet spices, that they might come and anoint him," Mark 16:1; Luke 23:56; and Nicodemus "brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes," and "wound" the body "in linen clothes with the spices, as the manner of the Jews is to bury
Salome - She was the person who requested of Jesus Christ, that her two sons, James and John, might sit on his right and left hand when he should enter upon his kingdom, having then but the same obscure views as the rest of the disciples; but she gave proof of her faith when she followed Christ to Calvary, and did not forsake him even at the cross, Mark 15:40 ; Matthew 27:55-56
Say - ) To mention or suggest as an estimate, hypothesis, or approximation; hence, to suppose; - in the imperative, followed sometimes by the subjunctive; as, he had, say fifty thousand dollars; the fox had run, say ten miles
Have - ) To be under necessity or obligation; to be compelled; followed by an infinitive
Ananias - A Jewish disciple at Damascus, Acts 9:10-17, of high repute, Acts 22:12, who sought out Saul during the period of blindness and dejection which, followed his conversion, and announced to him his future commission as a preacher of the gospel
Reconcile - To make consistent or congruous to bring to agreement or suitableness followed by with or to
Thursday, Holy - This was followed by the washing of the feet, called the Mandatum from the words of the first antiphon sung during the ceremony, which is not now universally performed, when the principal priest of the church assisted by the deacon and subdeacon washed the feet of twelve poor men in imitation of Christ, who washed the feet of the twelve Apostles
Thursday, Maundy - This was followed by the washing of the feet, called the Mandatum from the words of the first antiphon sung during the ceremony, which is not now universally performed, when the principal priest of the church assisted by the deacon and subdeacon washed the feet of twelve poor men in imitation of Christ, who washed the feet of the twelve Apostles
Thursday, Sheer - This was followed by the washing of the feet, called the Mandatum from the words of the first antiphon sung during the ceremony, which is not now universally performed, when the principal priest of the church assisted by the deacon and subdeacon washed the feet of twelve poor men in imitation of Christ, who washed the feet of the twelve Apostles
Shear Thursday - This was followed by the washing of the feet, called the Mandatum from the words of the first antiphon sung during the ceremony, which is not now universally performed, when the principal priest of the church assisted by the deacon and subdeacon washed the feet of twelve poor men in imitation of Christ, who washed the feet of the twelve Apostles
Sentence - In grammar, a period a number of words containing a complete sense or sentiment, and followed by a full pause
Exile - In the Old Testament ‘the exile’, or ‘the captivity’, refers to the period of approximately seventy years that followed Babylon’s conquest of Jerusalem and deportation of the people into captivity in Babylon (2 Kings 24; 2 Kings 25:1-21; Jeremiah 25:11-12; Jeremiah 29:10; Daniel 1:1-4; Ezekiel 1:1-3)
Jebusites - ...
In the years that followed, the Jebusites became absorbed into the Israelite population of Jerusalem
Morning - The broad divisions current were ‘evening,’ ‘morning,’ and ‘mid-day,’ which followed this order usually, after the Jewish method of reckoning the day prevailed ‘with the triumph of the Law. to be thinking of the ‘day-night,’ and the difficulty vanishes; for ‘late’ in that ‘day-night’ would mean about the end of the night which followed the end of the Sabbath
Marcionites - ...
Those who followed the directions of this celestial conductor, mortify the body by fastings and austerities, and renounce the precepts of the god of the Jews and of the prince of darkness, shall after death ascend to the mansions of felicity and perfection. In many things he followed the sentiments of the heretic Cerdon, and rejected the law and the prophets
Deuteronomy - It is made up principally of three discourses, the contents of which are as follows: ...
The first discourse, comprising chapters 1-4, is a review of the events which followed the promulgation of the Law (1-3), and an exhortation to keep it (4)
Ahaziah - He followed the house of Ahab, to which he was allied by his mother, and did evil
Devotion to the Blessed Sacrament - The cross-bearer leads, flanked by two acolytes bearing lighted torches, followed by a line of servers in cassocks and surplices and by troops of boys and girls in white, some of them strewing flowers in the path of the celebrant bearing the Sacred Host, as he follows at the head of the line
Oklahoma - , as Vicar Apostolic, in 1891, followed close on the opening of Indian Territory to the whites, and his life was that af a pioneer missionary, visiting remote settlements, on horseback often, and celebrating Mass occasionally in a dugout when no house was available
Judges, Book of - , the migration of Dan (17,18) and the crime of the Benjamites, with the frightful war that followed (19-21)
James Hope-Scott - His first wife, who followed him into the Church, was Charlotte Lockhart, granddaughter of Sir Walter Scott
Judah, Kingdom of - When the disruption took place at Shechem, at first only the tribe of Judah followed the house of David
Berea - A city of Macedon, whither Paul withdrew, with Silas and Timothy, at his first visit to Europe, from Jewish persecution at Thessalonica, whence also, when the persecutors followed him from Thessalonica, he retired seawards to proceed to Athens (Acts 17:10-15)
Ahaziah - He followed the counsels of his mother Jezebel, and imitated in wickedness the ways of his father
Eucharist - After this followed mutual salutations of the minister and people; and then the bishop or presbyter, having sanctified the elements by a solemn benediction, broke the bread, and delivered it to the deacon, who distributed it to the communicants, and after that the cup
Preparation Day - ...
The Feast of Passover was immediately followed by the holy convocation of the Feast of Unleavened Bread (Leviticus 23:1-7 )
Hope-Scott, James Robert - His first wife, who followed him into the Church, was Charlotte Lockhart, granddaughter of Sir Walter Scott
Mad - Inflamed to excess with desire excited with violent and unreasonable passion or appetite infatuated followed properly by after
Homines, Boni - They followed the rule of Saint Augustine or of Saint Benedict
Second Death - Philo uses the term to refer to all miseries arising from sin causing physical death followed by hopelessness in the afterlife (Rewards and Punishments 2
Market-Place - This town being a colonia, the Roman custom, according to which the magistrates sat in the Forum, was followed
Twin - ) Being one of a pair much resembling one another; standing the relation of a twin to something else; - often followed by to or with
Fight - ) To strive or contend for victory, with armies or in single combat; to attempt to defeat, subdue, or destroy an enemy, either by blows or weapons; to contend in arms; - followed by with or against
Abbey of Bursfeld - The foundation of the union, however, is attributed to John of Hagen, who restored the Divine Office to the original form of the Benedictine Breviary, and introduced liturgical and disciplinary uniformity in the monasteries, according to the reform followed at Bursfeld
Art, Byzantine - Devoted at first to expressing religious truths it followed laws strictly laid down by the Church
Tax - ) To charge; to accuse; also, to censure; - often followed by with, rarely by of before an indirect object; as, to tax a man with pride
Trick - ) To dress; to decorate; to set off; to adorn fantastically; - often followed by up, off, or out
Gideon - ff, The midnight attack upon the Midianites, their panic, and the rout and slaughter that followed, are told in Judges 7:1-25
Abraham - Then followed the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrha, the escape of Lot, the birth of Isaac, and the covenant with Abimelech
Esdras - There followed the renewal of the Covenant, which all solemnly agreed to keep
Jump - ) To coincide; to agree; to accord; to tally; - followed by with
ja'el - ) In the headlong rout which followed the defeat of the Canaanites by Barak, at Megiddo on the plain of Esdraelon, Sisera, their general, fled to the tent of the Kenite chieftainess, at Kedesh in Naphtali, four miles northwest of Lake Merom
Message - have epangelia: see Note (1)]'>[1]; 1 John 3:11 , where the word is more precisely defined (by being followed by the conjunction "that," expressing the purpose that we should love one another) as being virtually equivalent to an order
Ahithophel - 2 Samuel 15:12; 2 Samuel 15:31; 2 Samuel 15:34 His advice was intended to make the breach irreparable betwixt the father and the son; and, had his counsel immediately to pursue David been followed, it is possible that the king would have been cut off before he reached the Jordan
la'Chish - (Joshua 10:26 ) The destruction of the town shortly followed the death of the king
Case - ...
* The preposition en, followed by the dative of the pronoun, lit
Heresy - Orthodox Jews considered the Christians a Jewish sect who followed Jesus the Nazarene (Acts 24:5; Acts 24:14; Acts 28:22)
Symphorianus, Martyr - Celtic idolatry in Asia and in Gaul followed precisely the same ritual
Palsy - The recovery of all these paralytics followed the customary order of NT cases: no sooner was the word spoken than the cures took place
Various Readings - Therefore the more ancient the manuscript the more value is placed upon its readings, not that any particular one could, however, be followed entirely. ...
The Editions of STEPHEN, a printer in Paris, followed. ...
The ten Editions of BEZA followed, the first in 1565 and his last in 1611. ...
BENGEL's Edition followed in 1734. ...
GRIESBACH's Edition followed. He laboured to classify the Greek MSS and arranged them in families to indicate where they had apparently been copied from one another, or had followed one recension. "...
TISCHENDORF's Editions followed: his last, the eighth, was issued in 1865-72. ...
TREGELLES's followed. ...
WORDSWORTH's followed. ...
It is deemed needful to add as a caution that Dean Burgon (in "The Revision Revised") brings serious charges against the Revisers of the New Testament in that they deviated from the instructions they received in regard to their translation as well as to the Greek text they adopted, and that they followed too often the venturesome readings of Westcott and Hort; also in throwing needless doubts upon many passages with the words "many ancient authorities, etc
Cornelius - ...
A vision to Cornelius desiring him to send to Joppa for Peter, and a vision to Peter on the morrow, just as Cornelius' messengers, two household servants and "a devout soldier of them that waited on him continually" (for he followed David's rule, Psalms 101:6), were drawing nigh the city, instructing him to regard as clean those whom "God had cleansed," though heretofore ceremonially "unclean," and desiring him to go with Cornelius' messengers "doubting nothing," prepared the way. Cornelius, representing Roman nationality and force, was peculiarly fitted to be the first Gentile convert, the firstfruits of the harvest that followed
Romans, Epistle to the - This main section of his letter is followed by various practical exhortations ((12:1-15:13),), which are followed by a conclusion containing personal explanations and salutations, which contain the names of twenty-four Christians at Rome, a benediction, and a doxology (Rom (Romans 16 )
Lie - ); Romans 9:1 ; 2 Corinthians 11:31 ; Galatians 1:20 ; Colossians 3:9 (where the verb is followed by the preposition eis, "to"); 1 Timothy 2:7 ; Hebrews 6:18 ; James 3:14 (where it is followed by the preposition kata, "against"); 1 John 1:6 ; Revelation 3:9 ; (b) transitively, with a direct object (without a preposition following), Acts 5:3 (with the accusative case), "to lie to (the Holy Ghost)," RV marg
Brood - ) To have the mind dwell continuously or moodily on a subject; to think long and anxiously; to be in a state of gloomy, serious thought; - usually followed by over or on; as, to brood over misfortunes
Oliver Cromwell - The massacre which followed the storming of Drogheda was one of the most brutal and indefensible in history
English Post Reformation Oaths - The Irish Oath, 1774, was followed by the so-called relief bills, and other tests involving also English Catholics, until, owing to the influence of Daniel O'Connell and the Irish, Catholic Emancipation was granted, 1829, without any tests
Oaths, English Post Reformation - The Irish Oath, 1774, was followed by the so-called relief bills, and other tests involving also English Catholics, until, owing to the influence of Daniel O'Connell and the Irish, Catholic Emancipation was granted, 1829, without any tests
Absalom - David retired from Jerusalem; Absalom followed him; and in the battle, which ensued, the troops of the latter were defeated, and he himself, being caught by his head in a tree, was found and slain by Joab
Malta Country - There followed a glorious period in the history of the island, for it became one of the principal strongholds of Christianity against the Turks
Jean Racine - Then came Alexandre, followed by the enormously successful Andromaque in 1667; his sole comedy, Les Plaideurs in 1668; Britannicus in 1669; Berenice in 1670; Bajazet in 1672; Mithridate in 1673; and Iphigenie in 1674
Persecution - Ahab's example in this respect was followed by Manasseh, who "shed innocent blood very much, till he had filled Jerusalem from one end to another" (2 Kings 21:16 ; Compare 24:4)
Elihu - followed David to Ziklag after he left the Philistines before the battle of Gilboa, and aided him against the plundering Amalekites (1 Samuel 30:1; 1 Samuel 30:9-10; 1 Chronicles 12:20-21)
Daughter, Daughter-in-Law - ); (d) the women who followed Christ to Calvary, Luke 23:28 ; (e) women of Aaron's posterity, Luke 1:5 ; (f) a female descendant of Abraham, Luke 13:16
Truce of God - A change in the dispositions of men so sudden, and which proposed a resolution so unexpected, was considered as miraculous; and the respite from hostilities which followed upon it was called the Truce of God
Christ: Welcoming Sinners - A traveler tells us that on one occasion, a little lark, which followed the ship for a considerable distance, was at last compelled through sheer weariness to alight
Boot - ) To profit; to advantage; to avail; - generally followed by it; as, what boots it?...
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Breed - ) To educate; to instruct; to form by education; to train; - sometimes followed by up
Mary Tudor - She was long an invalid; her passionate love for Philip II was unrequited and when there was no further hope of having an heir, he abandoned her and England; in the last year of her life Calais was lost to France, and this was followed by difficulties with the Holy See
Pyramids - His son, Chephren (Khafre), and grandson, Mycerinus (Menkaure), followed in their father's footsteps literally building in his shadow
Rain - Long droughts often were followed by flash floods that quickly filled the seasonal creeks and riverbeds
Rufus - The "compelling" of him to bear the cross issued in his voluntarily taking up his own cross to follow Jesus; then through Simon followed his wife's conversion, and that of Rufus whose mother by nature she was, as she was Paul's mother by kindnesses bestowed for Christ's sake
Zadok - His descendants followed him as chief priests till the destruction of Jerusalem in 587 BC (2 Chronicles 31:10)
Corruption - The term ‘corruption’ came, therefore, to stand for the physical aspects of that state which followed death and preceded the resurrection
Sabbath Day's Journey - As they followed the priests bearing the ark of the covenant, they must maintain a distance of 2,000 cubits from it
Dream - ...
It is followed by a noun of the like signification as, to dream a dream
Cope - ) To enter into or maintain a hostile contest; to struggle; to combat; especially, to strive or contend on equal terms or with success; to match; to equal; - usually followed by with
Envy - ) Chagrin, mortification, discontent, or uneasiness at the sight of another's excellence or good fortune, accompanied with some degree of hatred and a desire to possess equal advantages; malicious grudging; - usually followed by of; as, they did this in envy of Caesar
Aim - ) To direct the indention or purpose; to attempt the accomplishment of a purpose; to try to gain; to endeavor; - followed by at, or by an infinitive; as, to aim at distinction; to aim to do well
Inform - To instruct to tell to to acquaint to communicate knowledge to to make known to by word or writing usually followed by of
James, Son of Zebedee - He at once forsook all and followed the Lord
Eunuch - This shows that Israel had followed the custom of the East in employing such persons
Scribes - They are described as sitting in Moses' seat, and what they taught was to be observed; but, alas, their works were not to be followed
Escape - ) To flee, and become secure from danger; - often followed by from or out of
Betray - To violate confidence by disclosing a secret, or that which was intrusted to expose followed by the person, or the thing as, my friend betrayed me, or betrayed the secret
Cloud - CLOUD, To grow cloudy to become obscure with clouds sometimes followed by over as, the sky clouds over
Apostolic Schools - Nearly all the religious orders have followed the Jesuits in establishing such institutions
Vary - ) To deviate; to depart; to swerve; - followed by from; as, to vary from the law, or from reason
Asher - " (Genesis 49:20) And Moses, when blessing the children of Israel, with his last prophetical benediction, followed up the same in allusion to his name as blessed; "thy shoes (said Moses) shall be iron and brass; and as thy days, so shall thy strength be
Antipatris - ), followed by Schürer (ii
a'sa - The peace which followed this victory was broken by the attempt of Baasha of Israel to fortify Ramah
Tudor, Mary - She was long an invalid; her passionate love for Philip II was unrequited and when there was no further hope of having an heir, he abandoned her and England; in the last year of her life Calais was lost to France, and this was followed by difficulties with the Holy See
Schools, Apostolic - Nearly all the religious orders have followed the Jesuits in establishing such institutions
Ravignan, Gustave FrançOis Xavier Delacroix de - He died a saintly death, and thousands followed the remains of the "Apostle of Paris" to his grave
Ekron - Hither the captured ark was brought from Ashdod ( 1 Samuel 5:10 ), and on its restoration the Philistine lords who had followed it to Beth-shemesh returned to Ekron ( 1 Samuel 6:16 )
Racine, Jean - Then came Alexandre, followed by the enormously successful Andromaque in 1667; his sole comedy, Les Plaideurs in 1668; Britannicus in 1669; Berenice in 1670; Bajazet in 1672; Mithridate in 1673; and Iphigenie in 1674
Joha'Nan - ) ...
A Gadite warrior who followed David
Dispersion, the Jews of the, - The course of the apostolic preaching followed in a regular progress the line of Jewish settlements
Drink, Strong - It is not improbable that the Hebrews applied raisins to this purpose in the simple manner followed by the Arabians, viz
Father - It lies of course at the root of that so-called patriarchal government, (Genesis 3:16 ; 1 Corinthians 11:3 ) which was introductory to the more definite systems which followed, and which in part, but not wholly, superseded it
Hagar - ...
Abraham followed Sarah’s suggestion, with the result that Hagar bore him a son, Ishmael
Hosanna - His entrance is followed by a shout of ‘Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord’, accompanied by the waving of palm branches, as the people welcome their victorious king (Psalms 118:25-27)
Balaam - Peter wrote that they left the straight way and followed the way of Balaam (2 Peter 2:15 ). In Revelation 2:14 , the church at Pergamos was complimented for faithfulness under persecution, but also warned that some followed after Balaam in offering meat to idols and in immorality
Die - ...
This word is followed by of or by. To languish with pleasure or tenderness followed by away
Albion - The conquest of Italy followed. The death of Alboin followed the fall of Pavia
si'Mon - The motive and the means were equally to be reprobated; and his proposition met with a severe denunciation from Peter, followed by a petition on the part of Simon, the tenor of which bespeaks terror, but not penitence. Early Church historians depict him as the pertinacious foe of the apostle Peter, whose movements he followed for the purpose of seeking encounters, in which he was signally defeated. He is said to have followed the apostle to Rome
Elisha - Elisha was not prepared then to take up Elijah's mantle, but first he made a feast for his people, and then he followed Elijah and ministered unto him. When God was about to take Elijah to Himself, it became known to the sons of the prophets, and they told Elisha, but he knew it already; and when Elijah suggested to him to remain behind he refused and followed him from place to place, until he had traversed Jordan (figuratively death) with Elijah. Ditches, or pits were made, and in the morning the valley was full of water; victory over Moab followed. ...
Two more miracles followed. The king followed the messenger and he said, "This evil is of the Lord; what should I wait for the Lord any longer?" Elisha had a message of deliverance: by the next day a measure of fine flour should be sold for a shekel, and two measures of barley for the same. Thus judgement followed unbelief in the gracious provision of God
Plagues of Egypt - Exodus 8:5, etc, These ten plagues were doubtless spread over a long time, and probably they followed, as much as possible, the order of the seasons; for some of them were not only distinctively Egyptian, but really only an aggravation of yearly maladies
Order de Santiago de la Espada - Pedro Fernandez de Fuente Encalato, the first master, was followed by 39 successors
Order of Saint James of Compostela - Pedro Fernandez de Fuente Encalato, the first master, was followed by 39 successors
Parable - He followed in so doing the rule of the divine procedures, as recorded in Matthew 13:13
Hadadezer - Then followed another battle with the Syrian army thus recruited, which resulted in its being totally routed at Helam (2 Samuel 10:17 )
Rather - , Matthew 10:6,28 ; 1 Corinthians 14:1,5 ; sometimes followed by "than," with a connecting particle, e
Nahum, Book of - ...
Jonah had already uttered his message of warning, and Nahum was followed by Zephaniah, who also predicted (Zephaniah 2:4-15 ) the destruction of the city, predictions which were remarkably fulfilled (B
Worship - Sometimes it is in conjunction with another Hebrew verb for bowing down physically, followed by “worship,” as in Compound - ) To effect a composition; to come to terms of agreement; to agree; to settle by a compromise; - usually followed by with before the person participating, and for before the thing compounded or the consideration
Ben-Hadad - But Ahab was more fortunate in the campaigns of 856 and 855, which were followed by a treaty of peace with concessions to Israel ( 1 Kings 20:1-43 )
Yhwh - ” Many translations of the Bible followed this practice
Hit - ) To meet or come in contact; to strike; to clash; - followed by against or on
Abide - " This verb when intransitive, is followed by in or at before the place, and with before the person
Habacuc, Book of - God's assurance that whereas "the just shall live in His faith" the proud oppressor shall be destroyed, is followed by a taunting song in which the prophet represents the people pronouncing "Woes" against the rapacious violence of the Chaldeans and the dishonesty and cruelty by which the magnificence of their cities was maintained, as well as against their idolatry
Behind - One adverbial use of 'achar has a local-spatial emphasis that means “behind”: “The singers went before, the players on instruments followed after …” ( Singing - " "The singers went before, the players on instruments followed after; among them were the damsels playing with timbrels
Beware - Hence, to regard with caution to restrain one's self from anything that may be dangerous, injurious or improper to avoid to take care followed by of before the thing that is to be avoided
Deliver - It is often followed by up as, to deliver up the city to deliver up stolen goods
Shank - ) To fall off, as a leaf, flower, or capsule, on account of disease affecting the supporting footstalk; - usually followed by off
Eusebius (126), Eunuch Under Constantius ii - He persuaded Eusebius the head chamberlain to adopt Arian opinions, and the rest of the chamberlains followed, and prevailed on the empress also
Utter - " (2) In Hebrews 5:11 , AV, dusermeneutos, followed by lego, "to speak," Treat - ) To negotiate; to come to terms of accommodation; - often followed by with; as, envoys were appointed to treat with France
Seal - It soon followed that not only kings and bishops but every kind of body corporate, cathedral chapters, municipalities, monasteries, etc
Rehobo'am - The people demanded a remission of the severe burdens imposed by Solomon, and Rehoboam, rejecting the advice of his father's counsellors, followed that of his young courtiers, and returned an insulting answer, which led to an open rebellion among the tribes, and he was compelled to fly to Jerusalem, Judah and Benjamin alone remaining true to him
This, These - * Note: The singular and plural translate various forms of the following: (1) houtos, which is used (a) as a noun, "this one," followed by no noun, e
Severinus, Monk of Noricum - 511, describing Severinus as coming from the East to preach in Pannonia and Noricum, about the time that Attila's death was followed by contests among his sons, which wrought havoc and destruction in these provinces
Forsaking All - ’ And it is written that ‘they immediately left their nets and followed him. ...
Of course it was inevitable that those who followed Jesus wherever He went should share His homeless and desolate lot; but He had a special reason for His emphatic insistence on this condition. Peter after the young ruler’s refusal to make the sacrifice which Jesus demanded, ‘we have left all and followed thee: what then shall we have?’ It was towards the close, and the Twelve were beginning to fear that they had been hugging a false hope, and would have no such recompense as they dreamed of. ‘Verily I tell you,’ answered Jesus, pitying their discomfiture yet resolute to correct their error, ‘that ye that have followed me, in the regeneration when the Son of man shall sit upon the throne of his glory, shall yourselves also sit upon twelve thrones judging the twelve tribes of Israel. ...
Again, when He was travelling through Galilee on His last journey up to Jerusalem, He was followed by an enthusiastic throng
Catholic Indian Missions of Canada - The Jesuits, who proved to be a more vital force in this field, arrived in 1625, and were followed by the Sulpicians, 1651, who took up the work of the former after the suppression of the Society, 1773. They were followed by the Capuchin Fathers, 1894
Means - " ...
4: διά (Strong's #1223 — Preposition — dia — dee-ah' ) "by, by means of," when followed by the genitive case, is instrumental, e. " (6) In Revelation 13:14 , RV, dia, followed by the accusative case, is rightly translated "by reason of," i
Version, the Authorised - The Bishops' Bible was to be followed, being as little altered as the original would permit. )...
Then followed instructions as to the company being divided into committees; each person was to bring his own alterations, and these were to be considered and settled in each committee, and then passed on to the other committees. Being a revision rather than a translation they might have simply followed the Bishops' Bible in this respect, but they did not do that, and it is uncertain what text they followed
Even, Even as, Even so - " ...
When followed by "if" or "though," kai often signifies "even," e. " ...
The epexegetic or explanatory use of kai followed by a noun in apposition, and meaning "namely," or "even" is comparatively rare. 4, above), followed by the particle an, means "howsoever" (RV, for AV, "even as")
Charge - To lay on, as a duty followed by with. To lay on in words to impute to followed by on before the person as, to charge a crime on the offender to charge evil consequences on the doctrines of the stoics. It is followed by of or over more generally by of
Helkath-Hazzurim - " The combat of the champions was thus indecisive, and there followed a severe general engagement between the two armies, ending in the total rout of the Israelites under Abner
Fervent, Fervently - (3) In James 5:17 , "he prayed fervently" (AV, "earnestly") translates the noun proseuche, followed by the corresponding verb, lit
Amaziah - His obedience to this command was followed by a decisive victory over the Edomites (2 Chronicles 25:14-16 )
Images, Veneration of - This process can be followed in the practise of the Christian conscience from the earliest times
Omri (1) - A civil war of some duration followed, in which (apparently after the death of Zimri) one Tibni took part, himself aspiring to the throne
Cherethims - Gittites of the Philistine Gath, to the number of 600, under Ittai, similarly followed David (2 Samuel 15:18-19)
Month - Records from the time of Solomon show that the Israelites followed a calendar of twelve months to the year (1 Kings 4:7)
Murder - Such are followed with many instances of divine vengeance, 2 Samuel 12:9-10 ; their lives are often shortened, Psalms 55:23 ; and judgments of their sin are oftentimes transmitted to posterity, Genesis 49:7
Gregory Vii, Pope Saint - Rapine, warfare, and corruption followed the decay of the Holy Roman Empire, threatening destruction; simony and clerical disregard of celibacy were rampant
Couch - ) To arrange or dispose as in a bed; - sometimes followed by the reflexive pronoun
Recover - ; - often followed by of or from; as, to recover from a state of poverty; to recover from fright
Hildebrand - Rapine, warfare, and corruption followed the decay of the Holy Roman Empire, threatening destruction; simony and clerical disregard of celibacy were rampant
Ward - ) To fend off; to repel; to turn aside, as anything mischievous that approaches; - usually followed by off
Epistle to the Colossians - This positive treatment of the subject is followed by a vigorous rejection of the heretical teaching of the innovators
Abihu - Their death followed, and Aaron and his other sons were not to leave the tabernacle nor mourn for the dead
Veneration of Images - This process can be followed in the practise of the Christian conscience from the earliest times
Self - ...
In this sense, self is an adjective, and is now obsolete, except when followed by same as on the self-same day the self-same hour the self-same thing which is tautology
Pekah - The fall of Damascus was followed by the ravaging of the districts of Israel north and east of Samaria, and the transportation of their inhabitants to remote portions of the empire
Triumph - Among the ancient Romans, a pompous ceremony performed in honor of a victorious general, who was allowed to enter the city crowned, originally with laurel, but in later times with gold, bearing a truncheon in one hand and a branch of laurel in the other, riding in a chariot drawn by two white horses, and followed by the kings, princes and generals whom he had vanquished, loaded with chains and insulted by mimics and buffoons
Philip'pi - The position, too, was on the main road from Rome to Asia, the Via Egnatia , which from Thessalonica to Constantinople followed the same course as the existing post-road
John the Apostle - James and John were fishermen, but when the Lord called them, they forsook all and followed Him
Benedicite - All Mankind, from verse 26 to the end; this last division beinga call to mankind in general—the people of Israel, Priests andservants of the Lord, Spirits and Souls of the Righteous, and all"holy and humble men of heart," to praise the Lord and magnify Himforever,—followed in Christian Worship by the Gloria Patri, as anact of high praise of the holy, blessed and adorable Trinity, madeknown to us by the Revelation of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ
Passover - After the meal followed the third cup of wine, then the singing of psalms and hymns, and finally a fourth, and perhaps a fifth, cup of wine. Then followed the feast of unleavened bread, occupying seven days, the first and last or which were peculiarly holy, like the Sabbath
Job, Book of - This is followed by the solution of the controversy in the speeches of Elihu and the address of Jehovah, followed by Job's humble confession (42:1-6) of his own fault and folly
Rephidim - The "spiritual rock, Christ, followed all the Israelites" (1 Corinthians 10:4). The repetition of the miracle (Numbers 20:11) at Kadesh shows that the rabbinical tradition is incorrect, that the rock or the stream followed them literally in all their journeys
Nothing - ti — oo ) followed by the subjunctive mood, "(have) nothing (to eat)," lit. ti — may ) followed by the subjunctive mood, "(they had) nothing (to eat)," RV, "(having) nothing (to eat)," AV, lit
Taste - In this use, the word is now followed by for. " When followed by of, the sense is ambiguous, or rather it denotes experience, trial
Jeroboam - " This policy was followed by all the succeeding kings of Israel. He followed the example of the first Jeroboam in keeping up the worship of the golden calves (2 Kings 14:24 )
All - " Preceded by an article and followed by a noun it means "the whole of. ...
A — 3: ὅλος (Strong's #3650 — Adjective — holos — hol'-os ) "the whole, all," is most frequently used with the article followed by a noun, e
John, Gospel of - ...
Because the signs were designed to show that Jesus was the messianic Son of God (John 20:30-31), they were often followed by long debates with the Jews (e. John 5:1-15 followed by 5:16-47; John 9:1-12 followed by 9:13-10:39). The other writers did little more than tell the story, whereas John followed the story with lengthy teaching that arose out of it (e. ...
In the teaching that followed, Jesus told the disciples that as he had come from the Father, so he would return to the Father, after which he would send his Spirit to indwell them (14:1-31)
Exodus, Book of - This is followed by Elim — the ministry of grace. Moses smote the rock and there came water out of the rock — type of the Holy Spirit — and this was followed by conflict: they fought with Amalek (type of Satan seeking to act upon the weak flesh of the believer: comp. " The ten commandments and various laws followed until Exodus 24 when the covenant was ratified by blood and inaugurated
Israel - ...
THE KINGDOM OF ISRAEL commenced when Jeroboam was made king, to whom it was promised that his house should be established if he followed the Lord. The kingdom was given up to idolatry, and a series of judgements followed. As far as is known they never returned, though doubtless individuals found their way back in the days of Ezra and Nehemiah, and in the four hundred years that followed before the Lord appeared
Abijah - Abijah followed the sins of Rehoboam (1 Kings 15:3 ) but still maintained proper worship in Jerusalem (2 Chronicles 13:10 ), and God gave him victory over Jeroboam of Israel (2 Chronicles 13:15-20 )
Salem - This must be a Salem near Shechem, if this reading is to be followed
Johann Von Hontheim - Joseph II of Austria sought the realization of a national church, followed by Leopold I of Tuscany
Febronianism - Joseph II of Austria sought the realization of a national church, followed by Leopold I of Tuscany
House - The Hebrews after the Conquest took possession of the captured cities, and seem to have followed the methods of building that had been pursued by the Canaanites
Sect - Great and known differences in opinion, when followed by no external breach in the society, are not considered with us as constituting distinct sects, though their differences in opinion may give rise to mutual aversion
Beth-Horon - ) followed a prophet's advice and sent home mercenary soldiers he had hired from Israel, those soldiers fought the cities of Judah, including Beth-horon (2 Chronicles 25:13 )
Benaiah - He followed David's orders and helped annoint Solomon as king (1 Kings 1:32-47 )
Fight - ...
When two persons or parties contend in person, fight is usually followed by with
Hontheim, Johann Nikolaus Von - Joseph II of Austria sought the realization of a national church, followed by Leopold I of Tuscany
Governments - In 1 Corinthians 12:23 ‘gifts of healings’ are followed by ‘helpings’ and ‘governings
Manna - On the morrow they followed Him across the sea to Capernaum, hoping that He would feed them again in some supernatural way, and suggesting the giving of bread from heaven as a suitable sign in confirmation of His high claims
Age, Old - The Egyptians followed the primeval law, which Moses embodies in Leviticus 19:32; "Thou shalt rise up before the hoary head, and honor the face of the old man, and fear thy God
Agree - To yield assent to approve or admit followed by to as, to agree to an offer, or to an opinion
Amen - The use peculiar to the NT is that ascribed to our Lord in the Gospels, where the word ‘verily’ followed by ‘I say’ introduces statements which He desires to invest with special authority ( Matthew 5:18 , Mark 3:28 , Luke 4:24 etc
Communicate - To impart reciprocally, or mutually to have or enjoy a share of followed by with
Consult - To seek the opinion or advice of another by, by a statement of facts, and suitable inquiries, for the purpose of directing ones own judgment followed by with
Envy - ...
It is followed by of or to
Hidden Treasure, Parable of the - This parable is followed by that of the pearl of great price and that of the fishing net and forms with those a group of parables found only in the Gospel of Saint Matthew
Trail - ) A track left by man or beast; a track followed by the hunter; a scent on the ground by the animal pursued; as, a deer trail
Colluthus, Presbyter And Sect Founder - The first to give Colluthus a separate heading in heretical lists is Philastrius (79), followed by Augustine and later heresiologists
Burst - It is often followed by an intensive particle as, out, forth, away, from, or asunder
Adoni'Jah - " (1 Kings 1:52 ) The death of David quickly followed on these events; and Adonijah begged Bath-sheba to procure Solomon's consent to his marriage with Abishag, who had been the wife of David in his old age
Pastorals - Such interpreters generally argue that Paul's two-year imprisonment (Acts 28:16 ,Acts 28:16,28:30 ) ended, not in Paul's death, but in his release, followed by further missionary work in Achaia (2 Timothy 4:20 ), Macedonia (1 Timothy 1:3 ), and Asia Minor (2Timothy 4:13,2 Timothy 4:20 ) and a second Roman imprisonment (compare 2 Timothy 3:16 )
Like - ...
Why might not other planets have been created for like uses with the earth, each for its own inhabitants? ...
Like is usually followed by to or unto, but it is often omitted
Without - In this sentence, without is a preposition still, but followed by a member of a sentence, instead of a single noun
Herd - The prophet Amos at first followed this occupation
Peter, Second Epistle of - The following is a brief outline of the contents of this epistle: The customary opening salutation is followed by an enumeration of Christian blessings and exhortation to Christian duties
mi'Cah, the Book of - (Micah 2:10 ) but is followed instantly by a promise of restoration and triumphant return
Gedaliah - ...
Gedaliah set up his headquarters at Mizpah, north of Jerusalem, and with Jeremiah’s support followed a policy of submission to Babylon
Manna - On the morrow they followed Him across the sea to Capernaum, hoping that He would feed them again in some supernatural way, and suggesting the giving of bread from heaven as a suitable sign in confirmation of His high claims
Parmenianus, a Bishop of Carthage - Parmenianus , successor to Donatus the Great, who followed Majorinus as Donatist bp
Gideon - "Angel of Jehovah," but manifested as JEHOVAH) replied, "Go in this thy might (the might now given thee by ME, Isaiah 40:29), and thou shalt save Israel from the hand of the Midianites; have not I sent thee?" Then followed the requested "sign," the Angel of the Lord with the end of the staff in His hand consuming with fire Gideon's "offering" (minchah ), not a strict sacrifice but a sacrificial gift), the kid and unleavened cakes (compare Genesis 18, the theophany to Abraham very similar). of Jordan, Zebulun, and Naphtali followed him. At his prayer the sign followed, the woolen fleece becoming saturated with dew while the earth around was dry, then the ground around being wet while the fleece was dry. Then followed Gideon's going with Phurah his servant into the Midianite host, and hearing the Midianite's dream of a barley cake overturning the tent, that being poor men's food, so symbolizing despised Israel, the "tent" symbolizing Midian's nomadic life of freedom and power. A systematic advance followed. ...
The Midianites followed the right bank S. Then followed the churlish unpatriotic cowardice of Succoth and Penuel, in answer to his request for provisions, through fear of Midian and disbelief of God's power to make victorious so small and so "faint" a force as Gideon's 300
Iddo - The written Hebrew text uses this name in Ezra 10:43 for a man with a foreign wife, but an early scribal note followed by English translations read Jadau
Letter, Papal - The early popes insisted that rescripts issued for individual cases should be observed in analogous ones, an example followed by the popes of the Middle Ages, a period during which the number of papal letters increased enormously
Berlin, Germany, City of - The partition of Poland, followed by secularization, added further to the number of Catholics in Berlin, but it was not until 1848 that comparative freedom was obtained
David, King - His pardon was followed, however, by heavy crosses; Amnon's incest and Absalom's fratricide, rebellion, and death caused him shame and sorrow
Sceva - Inferior MSS (followed by AV Joan of Arc, Saint - Then followed the famous campaign of the Loire during which the English were decisively beaten, and Charles was crowned at Rheims, July 17, 1429
James Gibbons - Leo XIII's encyclical on labor, which soon followed, proved he had won every point for which he contended
Sto'Ics - Zeno was followed by Cleanthes (cir
lo-Ammi - " The three children symbolize successive generations:...
(1) Jezreel represents the dynasty of Jeroboam I, ending with Jehu's shedding the blood of the last of the line at Jezreel;...
(2) Lo-ruhamah, a daughter, represents the effeminate period which followed;...
(3) Loammi, a son, represents Jeroboam II's vigorous dynasty, which however brought no revival of religion; still Israel was not God's people really, and so should be no longer so in name but cast away
Merari - They followed after Judah's standard, and before Reuben's in the march, to set up the tabernacle against the Kohathites' arrival
Canonization - The following maxim with regard to canonization is now observed, though it has not been followed above a century, viz
Treaty - ...
Nevertheless, in the centuries that followed, a number of Israelite kings made treaties with neighbouring nations
Rehoboam - For three years Rehoboam followed the way of God faithfully
Blind - ) Involved; intricate; not easily followed or traced
Crack - ) To cry up; to extol; - followed by up
Shimei - Solomon followed David's advice and had Shimei slain (1 Kings 2:1 )
Diaspora - the Babylonians captured the Southern Kingdom (Judah) and followed the same policy of resettlement
Beam - ) To send forth; to emit; - followed ordinarily by forth; as, to beam forth light
Liver - ]'>[2] , followed by Josephus ( Ant
Path - He caused damage to many, and followed idols
Hour - This evangelist followed the plan of reckoning from midnight to midnight
Deal - ) To act as an intermediary in business or any affairs; to manage; to make arrangements; - followed by between or with
Job (2) - Then Job makes a closing address to all three, 27, 28, followed by a striking soliloquy, 29-31
Consider - To deliberate to turn in the mind as in the case of a single person to deliberate or consult, as numbers sometimes followed by of as, I will consider your case, or of your case
Copy - To write, print or engrave, according to an original to form a like work or composition by writing, printing or engraving to transcribe often followed by out, but the use is not elegant
Escape - This verb is properly intransitive, and in strictness should be followed by from but usage sanctions the omission of it
Jezebel - Jezebel’s evil influence in the land of Israel, especially in combating the religion of Jahweh in the Interests of Baal-worship, was exercised not only during the twenty-two years of Ahab’s reign, but also during the thirteen years of the rule of her two sons, Ahaziah and Joram; moreover, this influence extended, though in a less degree, to the Southern Kingdom of Judah, where Athaliah, the daughter of Jezebel, seems to have followed in the footsteps of her mother ( 2 Kings 8:18 )
Basilians - The Spanish Basilian monasteries, dating from the 16th century, also followed the Latin Liturgy; they were suppressed together with other orders in 1833
Latitudinarian - These men, although firmly attached to the church of England, did not go so far as to look upon it as of divine institution; and hence they maintained, that those who followed other forms of government and worship, were not on that account to be excluded from their communion
Wars - This will be followed by a time when they "shall learn war no more," when warlike weapons will be beaten into agricultural instruments, and the Prince of Peace will reign over the whole earth
Hezekiah - A second invasion seems to have followed when Sennacherib, Isaiah 30:1-7, returned, Isaiah 33:1
Easter - Its celebration is preceded by 40 days of prayer and fasting and followed till Trinity Sunday by some 50 days of festivity
Age of Man - From Adam to Noah men lived much longer than in the period that followed
Abba - It occurs three times in the New Testament, and is always followed by 'father,' and translated Abba Father; that is, the 'abba' is transcribed and not translated: if it were translated it would be 'Father Father
Horeb - From hence the progress of the rock that followed Israel took its rise, and which the apostle to the Corinthians plainly declares was Christ
Jericho - This anathema was carefully remembered by them; and, no doubt, when Hiel in defiance of it began to build Jericho, the pious believers among the Hebrews felt indignant at the daring attempt, and marked the issue in the event that followed on Hiel's two sons
Philip - Philip followed him; he was present at the marriage of Cana in Galilee
Nethinims - Those who returned with Ezra were to the number of two hundred and twenty, Ezra 8:20 ; and those who followed Zerubbabel made up three hundred and ninety-two, Ezra 2:58
Day of the Lord - This scene is followed by 'THE DAY OF GOD' in 2 Peter 3:12 , which ushers in the new heavens and the new earth
Abner - Still he was followed by Joab and Abishai, till he, who in the morning sported with murder, was obliged at even to entreat that Joab would stay his troops from the effusion of blood, 2 Samuel 2
Likewise - ...
Notes: (1) In Matthew 17:12 ; Romans 6:11 , AV, the adverb houtos, "thus, so," is translated "likewise," (RV, "so"); in Luke 15:7 ; 10 , AV, "likewise," RV, "even so;" in Luke 14:33 , AV, followed by oun, "therefore," it is rendered "so likewise" (RV, "so therefore")
Use - 1: χράω (Strong's #5531 — Verb — chraomai — khrah'-o ) from chre, "it is necessary," denotes (a) "to use," Acts 27:17 ; 1 Corinthians 7:21 , where "use it rather" means "use your bondservice rather;" 1 Corinthians 7:31 , where "they that use (this world)" is followed by the strengthened form katachraomai, rendered "abusing," or "using to the full" (RV, marg
Worm - ) To effect, remove, drive, draw, or the like, by slow and secret means; - often followed by out
Joram or Jehoram - He discontinued the worship of Baal, but followed the "sin of Jeroboam
Sorbonne - The professors, called socii, followed the rules of the cenobitic life, excepting in regard to vows, and were controlled by an administrator (provisor) and the prior (primus inter pares), who presided over the internal affairs
Gibbons, James - Leo XIII's encyclical on labor, which soon followed, proved he had won every point for which he contended
Recover - To regain health after sickness to grow well followed by of or from
Leviticus - ...
A full account of the consecration of Aaron and his sons as priests, is followed by the instructive narrative of Nadab and Abihu
Persecution - Jesus Christ frequently warned His disciples that persecution would be the lot of all who followed Him ( John 15:18 ; John 15:20 )
Ephesus - This first brief visit was followed by a longer one towards the close of the same year, and continuing through the two following years, Acts 19:10 20:31
Jeremi'ah, Book of - The history of the last two years before the capture of Jerusalem, and of Jeremiah's work int hem and in the period that followed
Burial, Sepulchres - ...
The precedent of Jacob's and Joseph's remains being returned to the land of Canaan was followed, in wish at least, by every pious Jew
Which - by adding "and art to come" (RV omits); in Revelation 16:5 , the AV, "and shalt be," represents kai ("and") followed by the article and the future participle of eimi, "to be," lit
Mother - ...
Note: In Mark 16:1 the article, followed by the genitive case of the name "James," the word "mother" being omitted, is an idiomatic mode of expressing the phrase "the mother of James
Polycrates, Bishop of Ephesus - Polycrates himself had followed the traditions of his kindred, seven of whom had been bishops before him, and had been confirmed in his view by his own study of the whole Scripture and by conference with brethren from all the world
Valentinianus (2) - 13), followed by Ceillier (v
Tabernacles, Feast of - was followed. The celebration in Nehemiah 8:16 followed the regulations of Lev
Solomon - David when near his death appointed Solomon his son, whom God had chosen to sit upon the throne of the kingdom of Jehovah, to be his successor, and he began his reign by executing righteous judgement, as Christ will when He comes to reign, followed by a reign of peace. His fall, alas, followed, for he loved many strange women, which turned his heart away, and he went after their gods, and built high places for them
Allegory - 1 Corinthians 10:1-11 draws heavily on the fulfillment that “followed” the Old Testament people in the person of Christ. The writer of Hebrews followed in that same spirit in dealing with Old Testament themes like Melchizedek, the Old Testament priesthood, and the tabernacle
Triumphs - The captive leaders followed in chains, with their children and attendants; after the captives came the lictors, having their faces wreathed with laurel, followed by a great company of musicians and dancers, dressed like satyrs, and wearing crowns of gold; in the midst of whom was a pantomime, clothed in a female garb, whose business it was, with his looks and gestures, to insult the vanquished; a long train of persons followed, carrying perfumes; after them came the general, dressed in purple, embroidered with gold, with a crown of laurel on his head, a branch of laurel in his right hand, and in his left an ivory sceptre, with an eagle on the top, his face painted with vermilion, and a golden ball hanging from his neck on his breast; he stood upright in a gilded chariot, adorned with ivory, and drawn by four white horses, attended by his relations, and a great crowd of citizens, all in white. After the general followed the consuls and senators, on foot; and the whole procession was closed by the victorious army drawn up in order, crowned with laurel, and decorated with the gifts which they had received for their valour, singing their own and their general's praises. The triumphal procession was not confined to the Romans; the Greeks had a similar custom; for the conquerors used to make a procession through the middle of their city, crowned with garlands, repeating hymns and songs, and brandishing their spears; the captives followed in chains, and all their spoils were exposed to public view
Reccared - ...
Then followed the great event of Reccared's reign, his conversion from Arianism to Catholicism. He then anathematized Arius and his doctrine, and declared his acceptance of Nice, Constantinople, Ephesus, Chalcedon, and all other councils that agreed with these, and pronounced an anathema on all who returned to Arianism after being received into the church by the chrism, or the laying on of hands; then followed the creeds of Nicaea and Constantinople and the definition of Chalcedon, and the tomus concluded with the signatures of Reccared and Baddo his queen. Then followed 23 anathemas directed against Arius and his doctrines, succeeded by the creeds of Nice and Constantinople and the definition of Chalcedon, the whole being subscribed by 8 Arian bishops with their clergy, and by all the Gothic nobles. Then followed 23 canons with a confirmatory edict of the king
High Place - Jehoshaphat was a man of God who followed the ways of David by seeking after God, but he followed a pattern similar to Asa of initially removing the high places (2 Chronicles 17:1-9 ) but not totally eliminating them from Judah (1 Kings 22:43 ; 2 Chronicles 20:33 ). An unnamed man of God came to Bethel and pronounced God's curse on this high place (1653219045_32 ), but the following kings of the Northern Kingdom of Israel followed in the ways of Jeroboam and did not remove the high places where the false gods were worshiped
Matthew (2) - According to the narrative of that call, which is almost identical in the Synoptics, Jesus said to him, ‘Follow me,’ and he arose and followed Him (Matthew 9:9). If, on the other hand, the connexion must be made, then it is possible to take the narrative as recording that Matthew rose and followed Jesus to the house which belonged to Jesus. , we need not conclude that the feast followed immediately after the call, since it may have taken place just before the assembling of the Twelve (Mark 3:14, Luke 6:13), in the period between that event and the calling of the individual disciples
Job - The long and bitter argument that followed takes up most of the book. The third round begins in the same fashion, with Eliphaz speaking, followed by Job (22:1-24:25). Bildad speaks only briefly, followed by Job (25:1-26:14), but Zophar does not speak at all
Persia - 330, and followed by the Macedonian, the third great world-empire
Christian Church, General Convention - The greater part of the original body remained, although a large number of "Christians" in Kentucky and Ohio followed Stone
Feudalism And the Church - Disputed ecclesiastical elections followed, with coveted church property as the bone of contention; while secular princes claimed the right of investiture of spiritual offices
Timothy - Thence he followed Paul to Athens, and was sent by him with Silas on a mission to Thessalonica (17:15; 1 Thessalonians 3:2 )
Ceremonies of Baptism - As a profession of faith, the Apostles' Creed is recited by the priest and the sponsors, and this is followed by the Our Father
Syria - Second, this was followed by a short period of independence, when the Jewish nation in the south was growing in power, until it reached its early zenith in the golden days of Solomon; and when Tyre and Sidon were rich cities, sending their traders far and wide, over land and sea, as missionaries of civilization, while in the north the confederate tribes of the Hittites held back the armies of the kings of Assyria
Diotrephes - ...
Demetrius is praised as of the opposite spirit to Diotrephes; as the former was to be followed, so the latter to be shunned (3 John 1:11-12)
See - ) Figuratively: To have intellectual apprehension; to perceive; to know; to understand; to discern; - often followed by a preposition, as through, or into
Change - ) To give and take reciprocally; to exchange; - followed by with; as, to change place, or hats, or money, with another
Hoshea - The surrender was followed by the deportation of a considerable part of the people, and the planting of foreign colonies in the country ( 2 Kings 17:6 ; 2 Kings 17:24 )
Tammuz - An annual feast was kept to him in June (Tammuz in the Jewish calendar) at Byblos, when the Syrian women tore off their hair in wild grief, and yielded their persons to prostitution, consecrating the hire of their infamy to Venus; next followed days of rejoicing for his return to the earth
Bound - ) Constrained or compelled; destined; certain; - followed by the infinitive; as, he is bound to succeed; he is bound to fail
Bottom - ) To found or build upon; to fix upon as a support; - followed by on or upon
Foundation - ]'>[1] should be followed
Kinsman - According to the imagery of ancient people, the blood of the murdered man cried up from the ground for vengeance, and the cry was heard loudest by that member of the clan who stood nearest to the dead in kinship; therefore, the closest of kin followed through with the blood avenger responsibility (compare Genesis 4:1-16 , especially Genesis 4:10 )
Jealousy - This is followed by the question, "Are we stronger than he?" meaning "Can we afford to defy his power?" Therefore, to arouse the jealousy of God is a very dangerous action on our part
Jot - —This modern spelling of the Authorized Version, followed by Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885, which has discarded the 16th cent
Exchange - ) To part with give, or transfer to another in consideration of something received as an equivalent; - usually followed by for before the thing received
Arise - To invade, assault or begin hostility followed by against
Attain - ...
Regularly this verb should be always followed by to the omission of to, and the use of the verb, in a transitive sense, may have originated in mistake, from the opinion that the verb is from the L
Language - But what a decided proof is this, among may, of the overruling power of God to cause good to spring out of evil, that as sin induced a confusion of languages, grace rendered this very confusion a means for the greater display of the riches of mercy in the confirmation of the truth of the gospel; for by the confusion at Babel, and the diversity of languages that followed, what a blessed opportunity was thereby afforded, when at the day of Pentecost, the poor, ignorant, and unlearned disciples of Jesus gave testimony of the truth by conversing with the greatest fluency in no less than fifteen different languages to the different nations of the earth then assembled at Jerusalem
Mother - They followed the gods of the Hittites and the Amorites
Exorcists - ...
On one occasion the disciples met with a man who was casting out demons in the name of the Lord, whom they forbade because he followed not with them; but the Lord said that no one who did a miracle in His name could lightly speak evil of Him
Mordecai - The fall of Haman rapidly followed, and the raising of Mordecai into power
Anastasius ii, Bishop of Rome - had followed closely in the steps of Felix
Congregation - But Wyclif had used ‘church,’ and the Geneva Version, followed by Authorized Version , reverted to it
Believe - It is often followed by in or on, especially in the scriptures
Scrape - ) To collect by, or as by, a process of scraping; to gather in small portions by laborious effort; hence, to acquire avariciously and save penuriously; - often followed by together or up; as, to scrape money together
Jezebel - (2 Kings 9:33) And the events which followed her being eaten by dogs, which the prophet had foretold in the same chapter, 2 Kings 9:10 were literally fulfilled
Dancing - In the oriental dances, in which the women engage by themselves, the lady of highest rank in the company takes the lead, and is followed by her companions, who imitate her steps, and if she sings, make up the chorus
Music - And when other messengers were sent, the same effect followed
Chariots of War - The kings of the Hebrews, when they went to war, were themselves generally mounted in chariots from which they fought, and issued their orders; and there was always a second chariot empty, which followed each of them, that if the first was broken he might ascend the other, 2 Chronicles 35:24
Gad - GAD, a prophet, David's friend, who followed him when persecuted by Saul
Never - , "by no means ever;" so with the double negative followed by the extended word popote, i
Try - ) To divide or separate, as one sort from another; to winnow; to sift; to pick out; - frequently followed by out; as, to try out the wild corn from the good
Samuel First And Second Books of - " This division is followed in the Latin and Douay versions, where they are named the first, second, third, and fourth books of Kings
Gad - David's friend, who followed him when persecuted by Saul, and was often sent with a divine message to David, 1 Samuel 22:5 2 Samuel 24:11-19 1 Chronicles 21:9-19 2 Chronicles 29:25
Rail - ...
To utter reproaches to scoff to use insolent and reproachful language to reproach or censure in opprobrious terms followed by at or against, formerly by on
Lord - ...
LORD, To domineer to rule with arbitrary or despotic sway sometimes followed by over, and sometimes by it, in the manner of a transitive verb
Join - It is often followed by with
Baptism, Ceremonies of - As a profession of faith, the Apostles' Creed is recited by the priest and the sponsors, and this is followed by the Our Father
Save - ...
Save is here a verb followed by an object
Pisidia - The route which they followed is uncertain, but the most likely theory is that of Prof
Famine - The causes of dearth and famine in Egypt are defective inundation, preceded, accompanied and followed by prevalent easterly and southerly winds
Salvius, Bishop of Alby - When Mummolus carried off some of the flock of Salvius as prisoners, he followed and ransomed them at his own cost; and when Alby was almost depopulated by a plague that ravaged S
Rehoboam - On the tribes seeking relief from some of the burdens laid upon them by Solomon, Rehoboam unwisely turned from the counsellors of his father, and followed the advice of his young companions
Crete - This artistically brilliant civilization fell suddenly, perhaps by earthquake followed by conquest, about 1400 B. The voyage followed the route south of Crete, which gave partial shelter from the northwest winds and avoided the peril of the lee shore on the north coast, while still involving the need to beat up against largely adverse winds
Caleb - "My servant Caleb, because he had another spirit, and hath followed Me fully, him will I bring into the land where unto he went, and his seed shall possess it. because that he wholly followed the Lord God of Israel" (Joshua 14:8-9; Joshua 14:14)
Carry - In general, it implies a moving from the speaker or the place present or near, to a place more distant, and so is opposed to bring and fetch, and it is often followed by from, away, off, out. To effect to accomplish to prevail to gain the object as, to carry a point, measure, or resolution to carry a prize to carry a fortified town by force of arms sometimes followed by it
Fit - ) A passing humor; a caprice; a sudden and unusual effort, activity, or motion, followed by relaxation or insction; an impulse and irregular action
Hananiah - Man who followed Ezra's leadership and divorced his foreign wife to protect Judah from the temptation to worship foreign gods (Ezra 10:28 )
Missouri - He was followed by Father Jean Baptiste Salleneuve, and Father Jean Baptiste de la Morinie, who were driven away when Louisiana expelled the Jesuits, 1763
Moabite - ...
During the one hundred and fifty years which followed the defeat of the Moabites, after the death of Ahab (see Isaiah 15:1 ) delivered his "burden of Moab," predicting the coming of judgment on that land (Compare 2 Kings 17:3 ; 18:9 ; 1 Chronicles 5:25,26 )
Bashan-Havoth-Jair - Reuben's and Gad's request to have the eastern Jordanic region followed immediately after Israel's conquest of Og and Sihon, and Jair immediately occupied Bashan The events in Numbers 22, etc
Singing - This arrangement was followed by some of Israel’s later leaders (2 Chronicles 29:30; Ezra 3:10-11)
Nicolas - If the view here stated be true, there were three stages in the advance towards the idea of a Catholic Church: (1) the admission of Nicolas, a full proselyte, to office in the Christian Church, followed by the baptism of the Ethiopian eunuch, also probably a full proselyte ( Acts 8:27 ); (2) the baptism of Cornelius, a ‘God-fearing’ proselyte, i
Tamar (2) - Pharez and Zarah were her sons by Judah; and a fruitful race followed, God not sanctioning but overruling evil to His own good purpose (Romans 3:5-8; Ruth 4:12; Ruth 4:22; Matthew 1:3)
Widow - Later, other churches followed their example, though some families abused the system by using the church’s welfare program as a way of avoiding their responsibilities
Weather - If they obeyed him, he would bless them with good weather and agricultural prosperity; if they turned away from him and followed other gods, he would send them droughts and other disasters (Deuteronomy 28:1-24; see NATURE)
Nero - A systematic persecution of the Christians followed
Beloved Disciple - When the other disciple followed and saw the empty tomb, he believed in the resurrection of Jesus (John 20:2-4 ,John 20:2-4,20:8 )
Sickle - The bone or wooden handle in which they were set followed approximately the curve of the flint edges
Hall - Tindale introduced ‘judgement-hall’ for πραιτώριον, and is followed by Authorized Version in John 18:28; John 18:33; John 19:9 etc
Attend - To listen to regard with attention followed by to
Bottom - BOT'TOM, To found or build upon to fix upon as a support followed by on as, sound reasoning is bottomed on just premises
Breed - To educate to instruct to form by education often, but unnecessarily, followed by up as, to breed a son to an occupation a man bred at a university
Gog And Magog - In Ezekiel the attack is before Israel is finally settled in the land, as may be seen by the context; whereas in the Revelation it is after the thousand years of the millennium, and is followed by the final overthrow of God's enemies who are led on by Satan
Hesychius (27) Illustris, a Writer - It was followed by a supplement, recording the reign of Justin, and the early years of Justinian
Course - ) A series of motions or acts arranged in order; a succession of acts or practices connectedly followed; as, a course of medicine; a course of lectures on chemistry
Abiathar - Abiathar's two sons, Ahimelech and Jonathan, followed their father in the priesthood
Commit - To join or put together, for a contest to match followed by with a latinism
Conduct - The word seems originally to have been followed with life, actions, affairs, or other term as the conduct of life the conduct of actions that is, the leading along of life or actions
Cain - He became a tiller of the ground, as his brother Abel followed the pursuits of pastoral life
Methodist - The one comprehends those doctors whose method of disputing with the Protestants was disingenuous and unreasonable; and who followed the example of those military chiefs, who shut up their troops in intrenchments and strong holds, in order to cover them from the attacks of the enemy
Evening - For when the disciples suggested that Jesus send the multitude away, that they might go into the villages and buy themselves food, Jesus said they need not depart; and the feeding of the five thousand and the sending away of the multitude followed before ‘he went up into the mountain apart to pray
Up - ) To or in a position of equal advance or equality; not short of, back of, less advanced than, away from, or the like; - usually followed by to or with; as, to be up to the chin in water; to come up with one's companions; to come up with the enemy; to live up to engagements
Resolve - ) To express, as an opinion or determination, by resolution and vote; to declare or decide by a formal vote; - followed by a clause; as, the house resolved (or, it was resolved by the house) that no money should be apropriated (or, to appropriate no money)
Corinth - Apollos followed him in his labors at Corinth, and Aquila and Sosthenes were also among its early minister, Acts 18:1 1 Corinthians 1:1 16:19
Dancing - In the religious dance, the timbrel was used to direct the ceremony, and some one led, whom the rest followed with measured step and devotional songs; thus Miriam led the women of Israel, Exodus 15:20,21 , and king David the men, 2 Samuel 6:14 Psalm 150:4
Respect - Relation regard reference followed by of, but more properly by to
Joash or Jehoash - But afterwards he followed less wholesome counsels; idolatry revived; and when Zechariah the high priest rebuked the guilty people, the ungrateful king caused this servant of God, the son of his benefactor, to be stoned to death
Neth'Inim - The example set by David was followed by his successor
Phil'ip the Evangelist - This step is followed by another
My - (3) In Matthew 26:12 , "for My burial" translates a phrase consisting of the preposition pros ("towards") governing the article with the infinitive mood, aorist tense, of entaphiazo, "to bury," followed by the personal pronoun "Me," as the object, where the infinitive is virtually a noun, lit
Nicolaitanes, a Heretical Sect - So late a place is inconsistent with chronological order and the most plausible explanation is that Irenaeus followed the order of an older list and added the Nicolaitanes to it
Prodicus, a Gnostic Teacher - 359) states that those who followed the heresy of Prodicus boasted of possessing secret books of Zoroaster
America (Land) - Spanish exploration and conquest followed rapidly, and as Portuguese rivals disputed Spanish claims, an appeal was made by both governments to Pope Alexander VI, who in 1493 delimited two spheres of influence by a line drawn 370 leagues west of Cape Verde Islands, the western to be Spanish, the eastern Portuguese. Dutch and Swedish migrations followed, and in 1613 the colony of New Netherlands was founded, extending from Long Island up the Hudson River Valley
Diet - The elector of Saxony, followed by several princes, presented the confession of faith, called the confession of Augsburgh. The diet of Ratisbon, in 1546, decreed that the council of Trent was to be followed, which was opposed by the Protestant deputies; and this caused a war against them
Macedonius, Bishop of Constantinople. - Imperial edicts followed, which permitted the Arians to claim to be the dominant faction in the church. His opponents, Acacius, Eudoxius, and others, followed him to Constantinople, and, availing themselves of the emperor's indignation, deposed him (a
Valerianus, Emperor - ...
This edict was followed in 258 by a rescript of tremendous severity from Valerian, who, in the interval, had probably set out to the East to take command against the Persians. Lawrence followed his master
Following - ‘having followed the eye-witnesses and ministers of the word’ (see Blass, Philology of the Gospels, p. ...
That great multitudes followed Jesus during His ministry is repeatedly noted; cf. Further, the disciples followed Him not merely to learn more doctrine, but to be prepared for future work (Matthew 4:19; and of the Apostles, Mark 3:14). John 21:20 implies that Jesus moved away, inviting Peter to follow along the rough shore perhaps for private conversation; and John though uninvited also followed
Farming - ...
The rains that marked the arrival of the rainy season were known as the early, or autumn, rains (Deuteronomy 11:14; Jeremiah 5:24; Joel 2:23) and were necessary for the sowing of the fields that followed (Genesis 26:12; Matthew 13:3). Throughout the hot dry season that followed, farmers depended mainly on heavy dews to provide moisture for their crops (1 Kings 17:1; Isaiah 18:4; Zechariah 8:12; see WEATHER). ...
Cereal harvest...
The first of the cereal crops to be harvested was the barley (Leviticus 23:10; Ruth 1:22; 2 Samuel 21:9), and this was followed by the wheat (1653219045_8; Judges 15:1)
Eagle - The young ones still and slowly followed, apparently flying better as they mounted; and they continued this sublime exercise, always rising till they became mere points in the air, and the young ones were lost, and afterwards their parents, to our aching sight
Kir - ) Here he sacrificed his son and so created "indignation against Israel," because they had reduced him to such an awful extremity; the Israelites' own superstitious fears were excited and they withdrew from the expedition; then followed Mesha's victorious campaign recorded on the Dibon stone
Jeshua - This came after Jeshua followed the prophetic preaching of Zechariah and Haggai and renewed efforts to rebuild the Temple (Ezra 5:2-6:15 ; Haggai 1:1 , Haggai 1:12-14 ; Haggai 2:4 ), finally finishing in 515 B
Michmash - Then followed Jonathan's bold enterprise, which issued in their rout, from Michmash, the farthest point E
Resurrection - 1, Philippians 3:11 , followed by ek, lit
Merodach Baladan - , lasting six months and followed by Belibus in 702 B
Stumbling Block - ...
Even if those who joined in idol feasts did not engage in idolatrous practices, others who followed them to the feasts may not have been able to resist the temptations to idolatry
Synoptics, Synoptists - In the early Church, and indeed until the time when the modern view of the mutual relations of the Gospels was first stated by Griesbach in 1774, the example of Tatian was followed, and the Synopsis was made to embrace all four Gospels; some, like Irenaeus, being led by various reasons, more or less fanciful, to lay stress upon the fourfold nature of the Gospel
Mesha - 2 Kings 1:1 suggests the revolt followed immediately on Ahab's death (850 B
Restitution - The sin offering to God always followed the act of restitution
Matthew (Apostle) - The call is followed by a meal (Mt
Abomination - The Jews subsequently followed the same practice, holding it unlawful to eat or drink with foreigners (John 18:28 ; Acts 10:28 ; 11:3 )
Zephaniah - Among the prophets who followed him were Jeremiah, Nahum and Habakkuk
Brick - According to Flinders Petrie, the earliest Palestine bricks followed the Babylonian pattern
Masons - ...
Hammers, punches, and chisels were used to batter and dress the stone followed by rubbing with fine standstone rubbing stones
Og - ...
Either the Ammonites, like the Bedouin, followed in the wake of Israel's armies as pillagers, and so got possession of it; or Israel sent it to Ammon as a pledge of their having no hostile intentions, the Lord having forbidden them to disturb Ammon, and as a visible token of Israel's power in having overcome such mighty kings as Sihon and Og
Lame - In Matthew 18:8 we have χωλὸν ἢ κυλλόν—transposed in the authorities followed by Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 , making the correspondence between χείρ and κυλλέν, and τοὺς and χωλόν
Apollinaris, Saint And Mart - literature, who followed St
Bonosus, Founder Bonosiani Sect - This prudent counsel was not followed, and the difference was exaggerated into a schism, which lasted into the 7th cent
Band, Army - When the Amalekites “raided” Ziklag, looting and burning it while taking captive the wives and families of the men who followed David, he inquired of God, “Shall I pursue after this troop? shall I overtake them?” ( Hecebolius, a Rhetor at Constantinople - After the death of Constantius however Hecebolius followed the example of his former pupil and became a "fierce pagan" (γοργὸς Ἕλλην; Socr
For - ) Indicating that instead of which something else controls in the performing of an action, or that in spite of which anything is done, occurs, or is; hence, equivalent to notwithstanding, in spite of; - generally followed by all, aught, anything, etc
Better - To have the better, is to have the advantage or superiority, followed by of before him or that over which the advantage is enjoyed as, the English had the better of the Spaniards
Counsel - They all confess that, in the working of that first cause, counsel is used, reason followed, and a way observed
Hit - ...
HIT, To strike to meet or come in contact to clash followed by against or on
Use - ) To be accustomed to go; to frequent; to inhabit; to dwell; - sometimes followed by of
Ararat - ) in Assyria, followed by Sargon II (721-705 B
Ahab - The trial of fire from heaven is an especial instance of this, which was followed by the death of 450 of the prophets of Baal, 1 Kings 18:19-40 , but there was no repentance in the king
Eustochium, 3rd Daughter of Paula - 394), and followed the ascetic teaching of Jerome and her mother with unwavering confidence and enthusiasm (i
Amen - '" ...
"Once in the NT 'Amen' is a title of Christ, Revelation 3:14 , because through Him the purposes of God are established, 2 Corinthians 1:20 ...
"The early Christian churches followed the example of Isreal in associating themselves audibly with the prayers and thanksgivings offered on their behalf, 1 Corinthians 14:16 , where the article 'the' points to a common practice
For - ) Indicating that instead of which something else controls in the performing of an action, or that in spite of which anything is done, occurs, or is; hence, equivalent to notwithstanding, in spite of; - generally followed by all, aught, anything, etc
Long - ) To feel a strong or morbid desire or craving; to wish for something with eagerness; - followed by an infinitive, or by after or for
Mesha - 2 Kings 1:1 suggests the revolt followed immediately on Ahab's death (850 B
Shall - Shall is primarily in the present, and in our mother tongue was followed by a verb in the infinitive, like other verbs
Gid'Eon - The midnight attack upon the Midianites, their panic, and the rout and slaughter that followed are told in (Judges 7:1 )
an'Tichrist - The destruction of Babylon is to be followed by the rule of Antichrist for a short period, (Revelation 17:10 ) to be in his turn overthrown in "the battle of that great day of God Almighty," (Revelation 16:14 ) with the false prophet and all his followers
While, Whiles, Whilst - " (8) In Acts 27:33 ; Hebrews 3:13 achri (or achris) followed by hou, the genitive case of the relative pronoun hos, lit
Leontius, Priest And Martyr of Armenia - A general rising followed, and in 451 66,000 Armenian Christians mustered under prince Vartan in the plain of Artass to encounter the Persian army
Scripture - ...
Unlike the Jerusalem Rabbis, in this respect followed by most of the NT writers, who quote the various OT authors by name, Philo quotes Scripture as the immediate word of God, and in so doing is followed by the author of Hebrews
Part - The plural of the article, followed first by the particle men, "indeed," and then by de, "but," is translated "part . " (6) In 1 Peter 4:14 , AV, "on (their) part," "on (your) part," represents the preposition kata, "according to," followed by the personal pronouns; the statements are not found in the most authentic mss
Son of Man - Jesus therefore promised those who followed him that they would share with him in the final triumph of his kingdom (Matthew 19:28; Matthew 25:31-34; cf. ...
If, however, the crucified Son of man was to receive an eternal kingdom, his death had to be followed by resurrection (Mark 9:31; 1653219045_13)
Pillar - The pillar of cloud, and the pillar of fire in the wilderness, which went before and followed Israel, were among the symbols of the divine presence. And as the Holy Ghost hath graciously been pleased in so many words to tell the church, that the Rock which followed Israel was Christ; (1 Corinthians 10:4) it should seem as if this was intended by the blessed Spirit, to act as a key for opening; similar manifestation to the church in those other tokens of divine, love, which appear in their wonderful history
Education - The schools followed, developing into the universities. Then followed the sequestration of the universities, the confiscation of the monasteries, the opposition of governments, the ostracism of Catholics in many countries, in a word, the devastation of the work of the Church for centuries
John the Baptist - He had come in the spirit and power of Elias, as foretold by Gabriel; and he was Elias to those who received him and who afterwards followed the Lord, as Andrew and another in John 1:40 . " Jesus was to be the object of their hearts, and they followed Him
Joshua the Son of Nun - Victory followed, whereupon Joshua led the Israelites to Shechem, where they renewed their promise of obedience to God and his covenant demands (Joshua 8:30-35). The people followed God throughout Joshua’s time and the time of those he had trained, showing that he was as strong and godly a leader in civilian affairs as he had been in military affairs (Joshua 24:31)
David - Both Saul and Jonathan were slain in the contest that followed. He followed on to smite Moab; then extended his border to the river Euphrates, and put garrisons in Syria of Damascus; he smote of the Syrians in the valley of Salt 18,000. David, knowing how gracious God was, remained prostrate while the child lived, but the child died; and Absalom's rebellion followed: cf. ...
Sin followed in David's house: the defilement of Tamar, the murder of Amnon, and the flight of Absalom. The revolt of Sheba followed, and David feared it might be worse than that of Absalom; but by the wisdom of a woman Sheba alone was destroyed
Stephen - Ramsay) that presbyters had yet been appointed, though they soon followed; but in Acts 6:1-15 seven persons, commonly (but not in NT) called ‘deacons,’ all but one probably Hellenistic or Greek-speaking Jews (see art
Hezekiah - In public life he followed the example of his great-granfather Uzziah
Meribah - This repetition of the miracle disproves the notion from 1 Corinthians 10:4 that the stream literally "followed" them from Rephidim (Exodus 17) to Canaan; all that is meant is a supply of water from time to time was provided naturally or miraculously, so that they never perished from thirst (so Exodus 15:24-25; Numbers 21:16)
Esau - ...
Esau blamed Jacob for all his problems failing to realize that the character flaw revealed in his selling of his birthright followed him all of his life
Syria, Syrian - In connection with Rebekah the wife of Isaac, Laban (grandson of Nahor, Abraham's brother) 'the Syrian' is introduced, Genesis 25:20 ; Genesis 28:5 ; Genesis 31:20,24 ; and an Israelite, in presenting his basket of first-fruits, was instructed to confess before the Lord, "A Syrian ready to perish was my father," followed by a rehearsal of what God had done for the descendants of Jacob, and how He had brought them into the promised land
Senuti, an Anchorite - Senuti followed Nestorius with bitter persecution to the last, even offering him personal violence when he lay dying in Egypt
Friend, Friendship - Echoing the Old Testament, James pointed to Abraham, the friend of God, as one whose example of active faith is to be followed (James 2:23 )
Neither - ...
Neither, in the first part of a negative sentence, is followed by nor, in the subsequent part
Hormah - After Israel's unbelief, consequent on the spies' report, and subsequent presumptuous advance toward Canaan, in defiance of the Lord who no longer would go with them since they had refused to go when He invited them, the Amalekites from the hill "smote them and discomfited them even unto Hormah" Then followed the wandering in the wilderness for 38 years
Uzzah - Instead of this David and Israel had followed the Philistines' method (1 Samuel 6:7, ff)
Noah - Noah followed the building instructions down to every detail
Antioch - The Jews therefore raised a persecution by the wealthy women of the place, and drove him from Antioch to Iconium, and followed him even to Lystra (Acts 13:14; Acts 13:50-51; Acts 14:19; Acts 14:21)
Gehazi - Coveting, lying, taking, and hiding, followed in the order of sin's normal and awful development; as in Adam's and Achan's cases (Genesis 3; Joshua 7)
Innocents - Herod the Great, hearing from the Magi about the birth of a king of the Jews, foreshadowed by the star in the East which they had followed, inquired of the chief priests and scribes where this promised prince should be born
Albany - The establishment of several new churches and schools followed rapidly and in 1929 numbered 20,16 respectively
Apollinaris, the Elder, of Alexandria - Lyrics, tragedies, and comedies, after the manner of Pindar, Euripides, and Menander, followed
Abner - David was much grieved at this murder, and followed the bier and fasted till the sun went down
Absalom - A war followed, and Absalom in riding through a wood, was caught by his head in the branches of an oak, and was there put to death by Joab
Aaron - (Numbers 20:10-12 ) Aaron's death seems to have followed very speedily
Command - ...
Note: In 2 Corinthians 4:6 , the RV rightly has "said," followed by the quotation "Light shall shine out of darkness
Ahab - A persecution of the prophets of the Lord followed—many of them being destroyed by Jezebel
Attain - ...
Notes: (1) Parakoloutheo, rendered "attained" in 1 Timothy 4:6 , AV (RV, "hast followed"), does not signify attainment, but "following fully
Luke - This explains why the sea journey to Palestine and the events that followed in Jerusalem and Caesarea are recorded in some detail (Acts Chapters 20-26)
Theodotus, Patriarch of Antioch - He succeeded Alexander, under whom the long-standing schism at Antioch had been healed, and followed his lead in replacing the honoured name of Chrysostom on the diptychs of the church
Legs - 613): ‘The breaking of the bones was always followed by a coup de grâce by sword, lance, or stroke (the Perforatio or percussio sub alas), which immediately put an end to what remained of life. Thus the “breaking of the bones” was a sort of increase of punishment by way of compensation for its shortening by the final stroke that followed
Mark, Gospel by - There followed the triumphal entry into Jerusalem. ...
Of the discourses that followed the Lord's entry into Jerusalem, the parables of the Two Sons and the Marriage of the King's Son are not found in this gospel; nor the parables of the Ten Virgins, the Talents, and the Sheep and the Goats
Assyr'ia, as'Shur, - Afterwards followed Pul, who invaded Israel in the reign of Menahem ( 2 Kings 15:29 ) about B. He was followed by Esarhaddon, and he by a noted warrior and builder, Sardanapalus
Nerva - Some of the informers of Domitian’s reign were put to death, but in general a policy of clemency was followed, and some of the leading partisans of Domitian continued to enjoy places of honour. The Emperor’s plan was followed not only by his successors, but also by private persons like the younger Pliny
Praise - One genre of the psalms, the hymns, is characterized by an initial summons, such as "Praise the Lord, " which is followed by a declaration of praise, introduced by the word "for, " which lists the grounds for offering praise, often God's majesty and mercy. Exhortations to praise are sometimes followed by a catalogue of God's actions in Israel's behalf (Nehemiah 9:5 ; Psalm 68:4-14 ). The chorister Asaph followed David's cue: "Sing praise to him; tell of his wonderful Acts" (1 Chronicles 16:9 )
Census - Augustus had a great belief in the proper and systematic enumeration of his subjects, and the reckoning of them by households was a method which was carefully followed every fourteen years in Egypt. When it was made, the usual Roman method of enrolment at the residence of those enumerated was not followed, but one more in consonance with Jewish ideas. Accordingly it was arranged that the tribal method should be followed, and that in subordination thereto the enrolment should be by persons registering themselves at the place from which the head of the family had sprung
Arrest - It was a motley band that followed Judas. ]'>[6] ‘He had had even in His countenance something sidereal, the Apostles would never have followed Him at once, nor would those who had come to arrest Him have fallen to the ground. ]'>[13] ...
Who was he? and why should the Evangelist have recorded an incident which seems merely to introduce an incongruous element of comedy into the tragic narrative? Of all the conjectures which have been offered,|| Leviticus - In the first section of the book (1-17), which exhibits the worship itself, there is, ...
A series of laws (1-7) regarding sacrifices, burnt-offerings, meat-offerings, and thank-offerings (1-3), sin-offerings and trespass-offerings (4; 5), followed by the law of the priestly duties in connection with the offering of sacrifices (6; 7)
Ethiopia - English translations have generally followed the Septuagint in designating the land as Ethiopia and its inhabitants as Ethiopians
Dispersion - The apostles in every city followed God's order, as Paul told the Jews at Antioch in Pisidia, "it was necessary that the word of God should first have been spoken unto you" (Acts 3:26; Acts 13:46); so Romans 1:16, "to the Jew first, and also to the Greek
Block - ) To obstruct so as to prevent passage or progress; to prevent passage from, through, or into, by obstructing the way; - used both of persons and things; - often followed by up; as, to block up a road or harbor
Uri'ah - 1035, he followed Joab to the siege, and with him remained encamped in the open field
Sam'Uel - (1 Samuel 7:3,4 ) Then followed Samuel's first and, as far as we know, only military achievement, ch
Staff - ’ There is no difficulty of interpretation if the Septuagint is followed: Jacob may have stood up to receive the oath of Joseph
Amos - And the Lord took me when I followed the flock, and the Lord said to me: Go, prophesy to my people Israel" (Amos 7)
Abomination of Desolation - This was necessarily followed by the profanation of the temple under the Old Testament antichrist, Antiochus Epiphanes
Bonifacius ii, Pope - The result of the council held is unknown, but there can be little doubt that Boniface followed the policy of his predecessors in this matter and asserted the authority of the Roman see over the whole of the province of Illyria (see documents in Labbe, Conc
Florinus, Presbyter at Rome - Later writers have naturally followed the report of Eusebius
Galla Placidia, Daughter of Theodosius i - These edicts were soon followed by another of great severity, directed against apostates ( Cod
Galilee - This was doubtless followed by the district being inhabited by foreigners, who, when the captivity of Israel was completed, would be able to spread themselves southward
the Brazen Altar - ...
In the Revelation there is the golden altar in heaven, and much incense ascends with the prayers of the saints; but fire from the brazen altar is cast upon the earth, and it is followed by judgements, Revelation 8:3-5 : cf
Prick - ) To make sharp; to erect into a point; to raise, as something pointed; - said especially of the ears of an animal, as a horse or dog; and usually followed by up; - hence, to prick up the ears, to listen sharply; to have the attention and interest strongly engaged
Elias i, Bishop of Jerusalem - of Jerusalem, and was followed by Sallustius in 486, and in 494 by Elias
Brazen Serpent - When this superstition began, it is difficult to determine; but the best account is given by the Jewish rabbi, David Kimchi, in the following manner: From the time that the kings of Israel did evil, and the children of Israel followed idolatry, till the reign of Hezekiah, they offered incense to it; for it being written in the law of Moses, "Whoever looketh upon it shall live," they fancied they might obtain blessings by its mediation, and therefore thought it worthy to be worshipped
Baptism - This gift sometimes followed and sometimes preceded baptism by water
Simon Peter - He was a disciple of Saint John the Baptist, at whose bidding he followed Jesus from the beginning of His ministry
Proselyte - The baptism was followed as long as the temple stood, by the offering or corban
God - , followed by the Vulgate, which uses Dominus , we have the LORD of our version
Judah, Kingdom of - 975, only the tribe of Judah followed David, but almost immediately afterward the larger part of Benjamin joined Judah
Philippians, Epistle to the, - Leaving Timothy and Luke to watch over the infant church, Paul and Silas went to Thessalonica, (1 Thessalonians 2:2 ) whither they were followed by the alms of the Philippians, (Philippians 4:16 ) and thence southward
Gideon - Others soon followed their example and Gideon was able to assemble a fighting force
Joannes Iii, Bishop of Jerusalem - The whole East followed the example of the capital, and John could, without fear of consequences, summon his synod to make the same profession of faith with his brother-patriarch in the imperial city, and was received into communion by pope Hormisdas, at the request of Justin ( ib
Nicolaitans - 8) originated the description of the Nicolaitans as being ‘falsely so called,’ and it is followed by the interpolator of the Ignatian epistles (Trall
Murmuring - The verb is used in the same connexion in 1 Corinthians 10:10 -‘Neither murmur ye, as some of them murmured, and perished by the destroyer,’ the allusion being apparently to the rebellion of Korah against the authority of Moses and Aaron, which was followed by the punishment of violent death (Numbers 16)
Victor, Claudius Marius - The most notable variation is the introduction of a prayer by Adam on his expulsion from Paradise, which is followed by a strange episode
Tiglath-Pileser - The siege which followed ended, in 732, in the capture of the city; 591 towns, including Hadara, Rezin’s own city, were razed to the ground. An attack upon Samsi, queen of the Arabians, followed, the result being that a number of tribes Sabæans, Mas’æans, etc
Lasciviousness - ...
Bengel (on Romans 1:29), followed by Trench, maintains that psychologically man without God must seek satisfaction in either ἀσέλγεια (ἀκαθαρσία) or πλεονεξία, and ἀσέλγεια is associated in the NT with ἀσέβεια and seems to be characteristically a heathen sin (cf. ’ In 1 Peter 4:3 the word is definitely used as a general term of the ‘will of the Gentiles,’ and is evidently the licentiousness which accompanied heathen feasts and lawless idolatries, while in Jude and 2 Peter it is the typical sin of the cities of the plain, which the libertines, under the guise of a spurious freedom, followed, and into which they inveigled others
Look - When the object is within sight, look is usually followed by on or at. When the object is not in sight, look is followed by after, or for
Thessalonians, First Epistle to the - Paul’s expulsion from Thessalonica followed immediately upon a three weeks’ ministry in the synagogue, and a doubt naturally arises whether the church as described in 1 Th. It is probable, therefore, that the Acts narrative is to be interpreted as implying a brief and almost fruitless appeal to the Jews, followed by a longer and more successful ministry to the Gentile population (cf. This is followed by a comforting assurance, rendered necessary by the belief in the speedy ‘coming of the Lord’ which St
Number - Witnessing churches will be followed by witnessing individuals, even as the apostate church will give place to the personal man of sin (Daniel 7:25; Revelation 11:2-3). "...
The three and a half during which the two witnesses prophesy in sackcloth is the sacred seven halved, for the antichristian world powers' time is broken at best, and is followed immediately by judgment on them. He died in the midst of the last of the 70 weeks; the three and a half which seemed the world's triumph over Him was immediately followed by their defeat in His resurrection (John 12:31)
Investiture - His son Henry V followed the policy of his father
Divine Retribution - However, banishment from Eden, the flood, and multiplication of languages followed on the heels of sin
Chaldea - They were followed by a dynasty of princes whose capital was Babylon, and who seem to have been of South Arabian origin
Basilidians - Many other generations of angels followed these
Homily - This gave rise to that famous collection entitled the Homiliarium of Charlemagne; and which being followed as a model by many productions of the same kind, composed by private persons, from a principle of pious zeal, contributed much (says Mosheim) to nourish the indolence and to perpetuate the ignorance of a worthless clergy
Hair - Shaving the head was often practiced in fulfillment of a vow, as Paul did, the shaving being usually followed by a sacrifice in 30 days (Acts 18:18); probably his vow was made in some sickness (Galatians 4:13)
Close - ) Adjoining; near; either in space; time, or thought; - often followed by to
Music, Ecclesiastical - This was followed by a new epoch inaugurated by Pope Pius X who, in 1904 by his Motu Proprio, ordered that only the traditional plain-chant and the purer and stricter forms of choral music, sung by men and boys, were to be permitted in liturgical functions
Trance - v, vi, 45, 46) to be the functional cataleptic paralysis that followed, first on one side and then on the other
Gospel - ‘the Memoirs which were drawn up by His Apostles and those who followed them,’ Dial
Mercy-Seat - In the view of Rashi and Kimchi, followed by many Christian scholars, the Heb
Part - ) To perform an act of parting; to relinquish a connection of any kind; - followed by with or from
Eagle - This refers to his mighty strength, for he did have more actual military power than the nations who followed him
Anastasius Sinaita - ...
(2 ) followed the preceding as by of Antioch in the beginning of 599
Hermenigild, a Saint - This was immediately followed by the rebellion of Hermenigild (Joh
Bed - It is often followed by of as, to be brought to bed of a son
Blood And Water - On being withdrawn the spear was followed by a gush of blood and water
Isaacus i, Catholicos of the Church of Greater Armenia, Saint - He died at the age of 110 years, being the last Armenian patriarch of the family of Gregory the Illuminator; he was followed to the grave in six months by his friend Mesrob
Ecclesiastical Music - This was followed by a new epoch inaugurated by Pope Pius X who, in 1904 by his Motu Proprio, ordered that only the traditional plain-chant and the purer and stricter forms of choral music, sung by men and boys, were to be permitted in liturgical functions
Part - When followed by the preposition min (or ‘al) the word functions as an adverb meaning “apart from” or “besides”: “And the children of Israel journeyed from Rameses to Succoth, about six hundred thousand on foot that were men, beside children” ( Cornelius, Bishop of Rome - Persecution was revived in Rome by Gallus, and Cornelius, followed by almost the whole church (among whom were many restored libellatics), took refuge at Centumcellae in Etruria
Dalmatius, Monk And Abbat - Accompanied by the monks of all the monasteries, led by their abbats, he went to the palace in a long procession, divided into two companies, and singing alternately; a vast crowd of sympathizers followed
Cross - Hence they gloried in the cross of Christ, Galatians 6:14, and willingly, for love of him, took up the cross (a figurative expression) and followed him, suffering for his sake persecution even to the death
Transfiguration of Christ - " The Apostle Peter, adverting to this memorable occurrence, says, "We have not followed cunningly devised fables, when we made known unto you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but were eye- witnesses of his majesty
Babylon (2) - Under the less able rulers who followed, the power of the empire declined, and it fell a comparatively easy prey to the Medo-Persians under Cyrus, b
Parched Ground - My companion galloped towards it, and we followed him, though the Arabs tried to prevent us; and ere long I could with my own eyes discern something of this strange phenomenon
Burial - A banquet sometimes followed the funeral, Jeremiah 16:7,8 ; and during subsequent days the bereaved friends were wont to go to the grave from time to time, to weep and to adorn the place with fresh flowers, John 11:31 , a custom observed even at this day
Maximianus, Archbaptist of Constantinople - In principles he followed the former archbishops, Chrysostom, Atticus, and Sisinnius
James, Letter of - Some of the Christians held firmly to the law they had always followed, but they became so coldly legalistic that their Christianity lacked life and enthusiasm
Greece - There followed what is known as the Golden Age of Athens. In the years that followed Philip brought all the Greek peninsula under his control, only to be assassinated in 336 B
Witness - ...
In the Apocalypse, the word is used followed by the accusative in Revelation 8:13. ’ οὐαί introduces each section of the three-fold dirge of lamentation uttered by the mourners of fallen Babylon (Revelation 18:10; Revelation 18:16; Revelation 18:19) and is followed by the nominative-the broken construction suggesting the emotion of the mourners
Samuel, Second Book of - This was followed by the whole of the tribes anointing David as their king. This is followed by a psalm of thanksgiving by David in which he celebrates what God had been for him in his necessities and dangers
Constantius ii, Son of Constantius - There followed shortly after a general massacre of the family of Constantius Chlorus and Theodora. A new division of empire followed; for which purpose the brothers met at Sirmium. It was closely followed by another, that of Vetranio in Illyria. Soon after followed the exile of Liberius, and in 355 that of Hosius
Timothy, the First Epistle to - The pastoral epistles - 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus - exhibit the mattered godlessness which followed superstition as superstition had followed legalism. The Gnosticism opposed is not the anti-Judaic later Gnosticism which followed the overthrow of the Jerusalem temple worship, but the earlier phase which amalgamated with Judaism oriental and Greek elements
Criticism - Credner followed on similar lines (1836). Zeller (1842) and Schwegler (1846) followed on the same lines. Meanwhile Colenso was working at the historical difficulties of the Pentateuch, and he was followed by Kuenen, whose Religion of Israel (1869 70) drew attention to the great 8th cent
Isaiah, Book of - Christ will reign in righteousness: desolation is followed by restoration. Christ returns from the judgements of Isaiah 34 with garments stained with the slaughter of His enemies; followed by the intercessions of the Spirit of prophecy. Judgement followed the rejection of their Messiah, but the great tribulation is yet to come
Tabor (1) - 8) have been followed, many ancient tombs have been cleared, and the remains of several churches of the 4th and of the 12th centuries have been unearthed
ad'am - The propriety of its name was immediately shown in the results which followed; self-consciousness was the first-fruits of sin their eyes were opened and they knew that they were naked
Josiah - In the battle that followed Josiah was mortally wounded (2 Kings 23:29 )
Palace - Mommsen, followed by Ramsay (St
Seek - , God, Romans 3:11 ; the Lord, Acts 15:17 ; in Hebrews 11:6 , RV, "seek after" (AV, "diligently seek"); Hebrews 12:17 , RV, "sought diligently" (AV, "sought carefully"); 1 Peter 1:10 , RV, "sought" (AV, "have inquired"), followed by exeraunao, "to search diligently;" (b) "to require or demand," Luke 11:50,51
Oath - ...
There were various rituals that people followed in swearing oaths
Hussites - Various troubles with Rokyzana, a leader of the Calixtines, eventually led to the nullification of the Compactata by Pius II, and his refusal to recognize the Utraquist rite, and other religious and civilwars followed, until in 1485 both parties were granted equal rights and liberty by King Wladislaw
Hunting - ...
Little information is given in Scripture as to the methods followed by the huntsmen
Allegory - The parable of the sower is followed by an allegorical interpretation (Mark 4:14-20 ) that has been widely criticized, but on examination, the common objections turn out to support authenticity
Double - ) To make of two thicknesses or folds by turning or bending together in the middle; to fold one part upon another part of; as, to double the leaf of a book, and the like; to clinch, as the fist; - often followed by up; as, to double up a sheet of paper or cloth
Exegesis - Among the Latins Bede followed a similar method
Exegete - Among the Latins Bede followed a similar method
Chromatius, Bishop of Aquileia - ...
We have under his name 18 homilies on "the Sermon on the Mount," commencing with a Tractatus Singularis de Octo Beatitudinibus, followed by 17 fragments of expositions on c His interpretation is literal, not allegorical, and his reflections moral rather than spiritual
Make - ) To require; to constrain; to compel; to force; to cause; to occasion; - followed by a noun or pronoun and infinitive
Burial - 2 Chronicles 16:14 A banquet sometimes followed the funeral, Jeremiah 16:7-8; and the bereaved friends were wont to go to the grave from time to time, to weep, John 11:31; a custom observed even at this day
ad'am - The propriety of its name was immediately shown in the results which followed; self-consciousness was the first-fruits of sin their eyes were opened and they knew that they were naked
ad'am - The propriety of its name was immediately shown in the results which followed; self-consciousness was the first-fruits of sin their eyes were opened and they knew that they were naked
Regeneration - Our Lord, in one instance, uses the term regeneration for the resurrection state: "Ye which have followed me, in the regeneration, when the Son of man shall sit on the throne of his glory, ye also shall sit upon twelve thrones, judging," Matthew 19:28
Fitches - Kimchi, followed by Luther, and our English translators: Dr
Lift - ...
7: ἀνακύπτω (Strong's #352 — Verb — anakupto — an-ak-oop'-to ) "to lift oneself up," is used (a) of the body, Luke 13:11 ; John 8:7,10 ; (b) metaphorically, of the mind, to look up, to be elated, Luke 21:28 (followed by No
Rule - ) To have power or command; to exercise supreme authority; - often followed by over
Leper - As it now exists, leprosy is a scaly disease of the skin, occurring in several distinct forms and with many degrees of severity; beginning with slight reddish eruptions, followed by scales of a greyish white color, sometimes in circles an inch or two in diameter, and at other times much larger; in many cases attacking only the knees and elbows, in others the whole body; usually not affecting the general health, but considered impossible of cure
Utraquists - Various troubles with Rokyzana, a leader of the Calixtines, eventually led to the nullification of the Compactata by Pius II, and his refusal to recognize the Utraquist rite, and other religious and civilwars followed, until in 1485 both parties were granted equal rights and liberty by King Wladislaw
Saints, Litany of the - Then come in order the invocation of the angels, apostles, patriarchs, martyrs, pontiffs, confessors, and virgins as well as the prayers of the Church for preservation from the evils of the world and of life, followed by the petitions for the preservation of the faith and the Church
Mac'Cabees, Books of - The great subject of the book begins with the enumeration of the Maccabaean family, ch, 2:1-5, which is followed by an account of the part which the aged Mattathias took in rousing and guiding the spirit of his countrymen
Josiah - His reign was like the last shining of God's lamp in Judah: though he had zealously followed the Lord, the heart of the people was not changed
Leaven - Leavened bread offered with the peace offering was not burnt on the altar, but eaten in the meal that followed (Leviticus 7:11-14)
Balaam - God assured those who followed the way of Balaam that they were heading for destruction, but he promised those who resisted that they would enjoy his special reward (Revelation 2:15-17; cf
Names - ’ The Greek idiom is frequently followed, however, as in John 21:17 ‘Simon of Jonas’; or, written more fully with υἱός, ‘son,’ ‘Simon son of Jonas’ (John 1:42)
Nobleman - An ‘ambassage’ of fifty Jews followed Archelaus from Jerusalem to the ‘far country’ in order to protest against his being made king; in other words, they went to Rome to say, ‘We will not that this man reign over us’ (Luke 19:14)
Give - To addict to apply to devote one's self, followed by the reciprocal pronoun. To resign to yield up often followed by up
Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit - What we find then is double accountability: Old Testament disobedience, followed by God's promised restoration in sending the Spirit, and now once again the same rejection. Thus, apostasy is acceptance followed by repudiation of Jesus Christ (Hebrews 6:4-6 ; 10:29-39 ; 1 John 5:16-17 ); blasphemy against the Spirit is not preceded by acceptance
Rock - ...
A more difficult passage is that contained in 1 Corinthians 10:4, ‘And did all drink the same spiritual drink: for they drank of a spiritual rock that followed them: and the rock was Christ’ (ἔπινον γὰρ ἐκ πνευματικῆς ἀκολουθούσης πέτρας, ἡ δὲ πέτρα ἦν ὁ Χριστός). Rather he adapted it, stating explicitly that the rock which followed them was a ‘spiritual,’ i
Tradition - Among the more rigid Pharisees, indeed, the oral Law was held to possess an even greater sanctity than the written; for the oral was the ‘perfection’ of the written, and he who knew and followed it was wiser and holier than he who observed merely the written. Paul’s references to the Rock that followed the Israelites (1 Corinthians 10:4), to the seducing of Eve by the serpent (2 Corinthians 11:3), and to the ministry of angels (Galatians 3:19; cf
Cry - (1) ‘to cry’ or ‘cry out’ (= κράζειν, ἀνακράζειν:...
(a) of articulate cries, followed by words uttered (often with ‘saying’ or ‘and said’ added): of joy, Mark 11:9 and ||; Matthew 21:15 (children crying in the temple, ‘Hosanna’); of complaint or distress, Mark 10:48 || Luke 18:39, Matthew 20:31 (Bartimaeus); Matthew 14:30 (Peter crying out while walking on the water);*
(4) ‘To cry,’ ‘cry out,’ or ‘cry aloud’ (= φωνεῖν, ἐπιφωνεῖν):...
(a) emphatic, followed by words uttered,
Luke 8:8; Luke 8:54; cf
Samuel, the Books of - In the disestablishment of the Mosaic ritual consequent on the Philistine capture of the ark, and in the unsettled times that followed, even the godly followed Moses less strictly
Andrew - The call of James and of John, if they had not been previously summoned, would seem to have followed; but in none of these instances did this imply as yet more than a personal relationship to the Saviour. And this in turn was followed shortly afterwards by Andrew’s appointment to a place in the Apostolic Band (Matthew 10:2 ff
Bible - The first printed English Testament was that of Tyndal, in 1526, which was afterwards followed by his translation of the Pentalteuch. Other similar association have followed nobly this glorious example; and of these none had labored with more effect than the American Bible Society, which was formed in 1816, and has now, 1859, issued thirteen millions of Bibles and Testaments
Feasts - ) In the middle of the month the people kept the Passover, followed by the week-long Feast of Unleavened Bread (Leviticus 23:5-8; Mark 14:1). This was to prepare them for the solemn cleansing from sin that followed ten days later on the Day of Atonement (Leviticus 23:26-32; for details see DAY OF ATONEMENT)
Meletius, Bishop of Antioch - Schism followed. During the 14 years which followed, bitterness and alienation were rife amongst the followers of Meletius and Paulinus
Victor, Bishop of Capua - of the Armenian version of EPHRAIM Syrus's Commentary on the Diatessaron (E) followed by Zahn's Forschungen zur Geschichte des Neutestamentlichen Kanons i. being followed by I
Nestorian Church - After such a sacrilege and such a portent his condemnation naturally followed, and his archdeacon Shimun bar Saba’i was consecrated in his room. ...
A period of rapid growth followed the enfranchisement and organization of the church that had proved its power to endure, and 26 new sees were added in 15 years to the 40 existing in 410, these including Merv, Herat, Seistan, and other centres in central Asia. ...
In the Roman empire at that period Chalcedon was past, and the Monophysite reaction that followed that council was at its height; the "Henoticon of Zeno" was the official confession, accepted by all the patriarchs of the empire with the exception of the Roman. —A period of confusion (490–540) followed. ...
Mar Aba, the greatest man in the series of patriarchs of the East, reformed the abuses in the church, going round from diocese to diocese with a "perambulatory synod," which judged every case on the spot with plenary authority—a precedent so excellent that it is surprising that it has never been followed. ...
A deputation of Dyophysites came to court to endeavour to secure a patriarch of their own colour, and a most unedifying wrangle over the theological point followed, Chosroes sitting as umpire. ...
During the long wars between Chosroes and Heraclius, and the anarchy that followed in Persia, the " Nestorian" church has naturally no recorded history, yet at their conclusion it was once more to have formal relations with the patriarchate and church of Constantinople
Worship - -The worship of the Apostolic Church followed the precedents both of the Temple and of the Synagogue. ”...
‘The service, and probably each part of the service, began with the benediction: “Grace be to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ,” which was followed by an invocation of Jesus and the confession that He is Lord. One of the brethren began to pray; then another and another; one began the Lord’s Prayer, and all joined; each prayer was followed by a hearty and fervent “Amen. ║ Then followed the benediction; “The Grace of the Lord Jesus be with you all”; the “kiss of peace”; and the congregation dispersed. -In 1 Corinthians 11:20-34 the Eucharist seems to have followed the Agape. Putting together the scattered hints in the Epistles along with the references in Clement of Rome and Justin Martyr, we may suppose that it followed a service such as that described above and that it always included the following elements: a prayer of thanksgiving (Luke 22:19, 1 Corinthians 11:24; 1 Corinthians 14:16, 1 Timothy 2:1); the blessing of the bread and wine, with the recital of the words of Institution (Mark 14:22-23, Matthew 26:26-28, 1653219045_3 Luke 22:19-20, 1 Corinthians 11:23);* prayers, remembering Christ’s death (Luke 22:19, 1 Corinthians 11:23; 1 Corinthians 11:25-26); the people eat and drink the consecrated bread and wine (Matthew 26:26-27, 1 Corinthians 10:16, 1 Corinthians 11:28-29)
John - When he grew up he followed the occupation of a fisherman on the Lake of Galilee
Monachism - (Greek: monos, alone) ...
Denotes the mode of life, characterized by self-denial and asceticism, which is followed by religious living secluded from the world, according to a fixed rule and under religious vows, in order to perfect themselves in the love of God
Monasticism - (Greek: monos, alone) ...
Denotes the mode of life, characterized by self-denial and asceticism, which is followed by religious living secluded from the world, according to a fixed rule and under religious vows, in order to perfect themselves in the love of God
Monasteries, Suppression of - Widespread secularization of monastic property for the benefit of Catholic German governments followed
John Carroll - Four years of teaching philosophy and theology at Liege and Bruges and a winter spent traveling in Europe as tutor to Lord Stourton's son, were followed by his return to Maryland in 1774 after the suppression of the Society
Fall of Man - The story of the "golden age," which gives place to the "iron age", the age of purity and innocence, which is followed by a time when man becomes a prey to sin and misery, as represented in the mythology of Greece and Rome, has also been regarded as a tradition of the Fall
Jeremiah - Unfortunately, Josias was followed by three unworthy sons, weakling rulers on the throne of David
Jeremias - Unfortunately, Josias was followed by three unworthy sons, weakling rulers on the throne of David
Carroll, John - Four years of teaching philosophy and theology at Liege and Bruges and a winter spent traveling in Europe as tutor to Lord Stourton's son, were followed by his return to Maryland in 1774 after the suppression of the Society
Corinthians, First Epistle to the - ...
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The concluding part (15; 16) contains an elaborate defense of the doctrine of the resurrection of the dead, which had been called in question by some among them, followed by some general instructions, intimations, and greetings
Superstitious - The prevailing practice of commencing a speech in an ingratiating tone is followed by him at Caesarea
Calf Worship - The second more glaring stage surely followed: "God turned, and gave them up to worship the host of heaven" (Acts 7:42-43)
Agapetus, Bishop of Rome - Agapetus followed up his victory by denouncing the other heretics who had collected at Constantinople under the patronage of Theodora
Meshach - Then followed the trial of their faith (1 Peter 1:7)
Megiddo - Certainly by the time of Solomon the city was firmly Israelite, since he fortified the city (1 Kings 9:15 ), including his mighty six chambered gate which followed the pattern of his other two key fortress cities of Hazor and Gezer
Follow, Follower - Paul's invitation to his converts to follow him as he followed Christ (1 Corinthians 11:1 ; 1 Thessalonians 1:6 ) expresses the ultimate challenge of Christian discipleship
Pacification - This edict was followed by more to the same purpose
Salmon - She was one of the women who followed our Lord and ministered to Him (ἠκολούθουν αὐτῷ καὶ διηκόνουν αὐτῷ, Mark 15:41), and was present at the Crucifixion
Zedekiah - ...
Zedekiah, however, followed the advice of the pro-Egypt party and rebelled against Babylon
Mount Sinai - However, the Amalekites could have followed the recently delivered Israelites to the south of their territory for the purpose of preying on the poorly organized refugees (Deuteronomy 25:17-19 )
Love Feast - But there is some uncertainty as to whether the reference is to that church's observance of the Lord's Supper (which elsewhere Paul can describe with terms like "coming together to eat, " 1 Corinthians 11:17-22 ), or to a fellowship meal that may have preceded or followed observance of the Lord's Supper
Benjamin - " So in the blessings of Psalm 68:27 Benjamin is the first named of the four tribes; and in Psalm 80:2 , where God is called upon to save them, Benjamin is mentioned with Ephraim and Manasseh, being the three tribes which followed the ark
Captivity - ...
The captivity of Judah followed in four detachments
Cananaean - interprets it ‘de vico Chana Galilaeae’; and he has been followed by many scholars in modern times, who have taken the name to be a corruption of Καναῖος, and to mean ‘a man of Cana, probably Cana in Galilee
Coat (2) - Westcott further quotes Chrysostom, who perhaps wrote from personal knowledge, as thinking ‘that the detail is added to show “the poorness of the Lord’s garments, and that in dress as in all other things He followed a simple fashion
Peter - Overpowered at the draught of fishes, he exclaimed, "Depart from me; for I am a sinful man, O Lord;" but at the bidding of Christ he forsook all and followed Him
I - In this he is not followed, and the use is incorrect
Martyrology - this was published about the year 830, and was followed by that of Waldenburtus, monk of the diocese of Treves, written in verse about the year 848; and this by that of Usard, a French monk, and written by the command of Charles the Bald, in 875, which last is the martyrology now ordinarily used in the Romish church
Draught of Fishes - Peter, who some time before had been brought to Jesus by his brother Andrew (John 1:41) and had followed Him as His disciple (Matthew 4:18, Mark 1:16), now begs Jesus to depart from him for he is ‘a sinful man’ [1], but on a repeated command leaves all and follows Jesus
Divisions - This was followed by a stern letter which some think is preserved in 2 Corinthians 10-13; and finally, on receipt of the good news of their repentance, St
Antioch - These Jews from Antioch followed Paul to Lystra and stirred up trouble there (Acts 14:19 )
Coelicolae - 363) was followed by a reaction in favour of the Christians and against the Jews
Cloud - Where, therefore, it stayed, the people stayed till it rose again; then they broke up their camp, and followed it till it stopped
Mass - If the mass be said for a person distinguished, by his rank or virtues, it is followed with a funeral oration; they erect a chapelle ardente, that is, a representation of the deceased, with branches and tapers of yellow wax, either in the middle of the church, or near the deceased's tomb, where the priest pronounces a solemn absolution of the deceased
Caleb - "As for my servant Caleb," it was added, "who hath faithfully followed me, him will I bring into the land, and he shall possess it, he and his children after him," Numbers 14:1-24
Benjamin - " So in the blessings of Psalm 68:27 Benjamin is the first named of the four tribes; and in Psalm 80:2 , where God is called upon to save them, Benjamin is mentioned with Ephraim and Manasseh, being the three tribes which followed the ark
Level - ) Even with anything else; of the same height; on the same line or plane; on the same footing; of equal importance; - followed by with, sometimes by to
Antichrist - The destruction of Babylon is to be followed by the rule of Antichrist for a short period, Revelation 17:10, to be in his turn overthrown in "the battle of that great day of God Almighty," Revelation 16:14, with the false prophet and all his followers
Change - To quit one thing or state for another followed by for as, persons educated in a particular religion do not readily change it for another
Circumcision - ...
Israelite practice The circumcision of Abraham and the male members of his entourage followed the repetition of the covenant promise (see Genesis 15:1 ) of land and national descendants (Genesis 17:1 )
Suppression of Monasteries - Widespread secularization of monastic property for the benefit of Catholic German governments followed
Soul of the Church - There are those: ...
Who belong always to both the Body and the Soul of the Church
Who belong to the Soul without belonging to the Body
Who belong to the Body but not to the Soul
This teaching has generally been followed by Catholic theologians
Luke, Gospel of, - Luke places in his having carefully followed out the whole course of events from the beginning
Phoenicia - The dispersion which followed Stephen’s death brought travellers thither, ‘speaking the word to none save only to Jews’ (Acts 11:19)
May, Mayest, Might - (2) "May," "might," sometimes translate the prepositional phrase eis, "unto," with the definite article, followed by the infinitive mood of some verb, expressing purpose, e
Wash - , "nets," Luke 5:2 (some texts have apopluno); of "garments," figuratively, Revelation 7:14 ; 22:14 (in the best texts; the AV translates those which have the verb poieo, "to do," followed by tas entolas autou, "His commandments")
Crucifixion - Once it became clear that Jesus was to be crucified, procedures followed a well established pattern
Joab - )...
In the two-year civil war that followed Saul’s death, Joab quickly established himself as David’s military leader (2 Samuel 2:28)
Marcella, Friend of Jerome - She was not immoderate in her asceticism, and followed the counsels of her mother, from whose society she never departed
Nilus, an Ascetic of Sinai - Simeon followed
Philippus, the Arabian - 54) calls Philip the first of all Christian emperors, in which he is followed by Orosius; and Dionysius of Alexandria (Eus
Silverius, Bishop of Rome - Belisarius having gained possession of Rome, Vigilius followed him there and measures were taken to carry out the wishes of the empress
Timotheus Salofaciolus - This step was followed up by rigorous edicts, intended to overawe the numerous clerics, monks, and laymen who refused to communicate with the restored patriarch ( Brev
Mary - There she saw all that was transacted; followed him to Calvary; and stood at the foot of his cross with an admirable constancy and courage. She was present at the last passover, and at the death of our Saviour she followed him to Calvary; and during his passion she was with the mother of Jesus at the foot of the cross. Mary Magdalene, is mentioned by the evangelists as being one of those women that followed our Saviour to minister to him according to the custom of the Jews
Judas Iscariot - He realized the enormity of what he had done; and he followed his Master and, in an agony of remorse, watched the tragedy of His trial and condemnation by the Sanhedrin. He followed, and, ere they could close the entrance, hurled the coins after them into the Holy Place; then rushed away and hanged himself (Matthew 27:3-5 )
Lazarus - A crowd followed Him thither, and in the midst of His beneficent activities of teaching and healing tidings reached Him that His friend had fallen sick. In that sultry climate burial followed immediately on death, and it sometimes happened that a swoon was mistaken for death, and the buried man came to life again
Eternity - In the Book of Enoch, however, ‘Time’ is followed by ‘Eternity’ in the עוֹלָם הַכָא. the world empires of Daniel’s vision), followed by the Messianic age
Mary - Mary the mother of James the Little and Joses, one of the women who followed Jesus from Galilee, stood beside the cross, watched the burial, and visited the sepulchre on the Resurrection morning (Matthew 27:55-56 = Mark 15:40-41, Matthew 27:61 = Mark 15:47, Mark 16:1 = Matthew 28:1 = Luke 24:10). It is possible that Mary had been a harlot, that Jesus had rescued her from her life of shame, and that she followed Him out of gratitude
Stephen - The first line is this-that the original covenant made between God and Israel was concluded not with Moses but long before with Abraham and the patriarchs, and, since the Mosaic covenant had been thus preceded by an earlier and more spiritual one, it might also be followed by a later and more spiritual one (‘A covenant confirmed beforehand by God, the law, which came four hundred and thirty years after, doth not disannul, so as to make the promise of none effect’ (Galatians 3:17). Paul’s conversion followed soon after; but the date of this event is itself involved in much obscurity, depending, as it does, on whether we identify the visit to Jerusalem mentioned in Galatians 2 with the visit of Paul and Barnabas described in Acts 11, 12 or with that described in Acts 15
Set - ) To begin to move; to go out or forth; to start; - now followed by out. ) To apply one's self; to undertake earnestly; - now followed by out
Antioch - A dreadful vengeance might be expected to have followed these scenes; but the real or affected clemency of Julian contented itself with shutting up the cathedral, and confiscating its wealth. To these Greeks, in particular, certain Cypriot and Cyrenian converts, who had fled from the persecution which followed the death of Stephen, addressed themselves; "and a great number believed, and turned unto the Lord
Cerinthians - There is also strong evidence that in this instance Cerinthus followed his example. It was taught, in the Cabbala, that the world was to last six thousand years, which would be followed by a period of rest for a thousand years more
Messiah - 1137, there appeared one in France, who was put to death, and numbers of those who followed him. 1615, and was greatly followed by the Portuguese Jews who are scattered over that country
James - Before their vocation, James and John followed the trade of fishermen with their father Zebedee; and they did not quit their profession till our Saviour called them, Mark 1:18-19 . James begins by showing the benefits of trials and afflictions, and by assuring the Jewish Christians that God would listen to their sincere prayers for assistance and support; he reminds them of their being the distinguished objects of divine favour, and exhorts them to practical religion; to a just and impartial regard for the poor, and to a uniform obedience to all the commands of God, without any distinction or exception; he shows the inefficacy of faith without works, that is, unless followed by moral duties; he inculcates the necessity of a strict government of the tongue, and cautions them against censoriousness, strife, malevolence, pride, indulgence of their sensual passions, and rash judgment; he denounces threats against those who make an improper use of riches; he intimates the approaching destruction of Jerusalem; and concludes with exhortations to patience, devotion, and a solicitous concern for the salvation of others
pe'Ter - We have two accounts of the first meeting of Peter and Paul -- (Acts 9:26 ; Galatians 1:17,18 ) This interview was followed by another event marking Peter's position --a general apostolical tour of visitation to the churches hitherto established. This transaction was soon followed by the imprisonment of our apostle
Jacob - Like his father, he was of a quiet and gentle disposition, and when he grew up followed the life of a shepherd, while his brother Esau became an enterprising hunter. But "life-long sorrow, disgrace, and trials, in the retributive providence of God, followed as a consequence of this double union
bi'Ble - Then followed that of William Tyndale (1525) and several others. Then followed the Revised Old Testament in 1885, and the Apocrypha in 1894
Chronicles, Books of - Solomon’s son Rehoboam ruled well as long as he followed the teaching of the Levitical priests, but when he introduced foreign religious practices, God punished him (10:1-13:22). ...
The prosperity of Judah under Uzziah and Jotham was followed by disaster and chaos under Ahaz (25:1-28:27), but Hezekiah then sought to correct matters with wide-sweeping reforms
Mary - Mary the mother of James the Little and Joses, one of the women who followed Jesus from Galilee, stood beside the cross, watched the burial, and visited the sepulchre on the Resurrection morning (Matthew 27:55-56 = Mark 15:40-41, Matthew 27:61 = Mark 15:47, Mark 16:1 = Matthew 28:1 = Luke 24:10). It is possible that Mary had been a harlot, that Jesus had rescued her from her life of shame, and that she followed Him out of gratitude
Luke, Gospel of - He followed his Gospel with a second volume, known to us as the Acts of the Apostles (Acts 1:1-3; see ACTS, BOOK OF). Jesus’ teaching in parables (8:1-21) is followed by demonstrations of his power over storms, demons and sickness (8:22-56)
Olympias, the Younger - Olympias followed Chrysostom's advice, which brought upon her the ill-will of those who had enjoyed her lavish generosity. Suspicion of having caused the fire in the cathedral which immediately followed the departure of Chrysostom from its walls fell on Olympias and the other ladies
Siricius, Bishop of Rome - He followed the example of Damasus in maintaining the authority of the Roman see. They are: "We recognize in the letter of your holiness the watchfulness of a good shepherd, diligently keeping the door committed to thee, and with pious solicitude guarding the sheepfold of Christ, worthy of being heard and followed by the sheep of the Lord
da'Vid - The reception of the tidings of the death of his rival and of his friend, the solemn mourning, the vent of his indignation against the bearer of the message, the pathetic lamentation that followed, will close the second period of David's life. Gradually his power increased, and during the two years which followed the elevation of Ish-bosheth a series of skirmishes took place between the two kingdoms. Then rapidly followed the successive murders of Abner and of Ish-bosheth
Influence - The encouraging description of his own character set Nathanael wondering, and when this was followed by news which showed that He knew of some secret passage in his life, he confesses His greatness in the fullest terms, ‘Rabbi, thou art the Son of God, thou art the King of Israel’ (John 1:49). The cleansing of the Temple, followed as it was by public questioning as to His right to take that bold step (John 2:13 ff. The Transfiguration followed quickly (Matthew 17:1 ff. It is true the disciples ought to have known their Scriptures; but, like good people to-day, they followed current interpretations instead of searching the Holy Writings for themselves. That they turned completely round at the last was no doubt due to the malign influence of the Pharisees joined to the great disappointment experienced when nothing followed the events of Palm Sunday
Messiah - His importance was enhanced by the history of the three centuries that followed his reign. 730 could have failed to note the striking contrast between the unbroken continuity of monarchs of the seed of David sitting on the throne of Jerusalem and the succession of brief dynasties and usurping kings who followed one another on the throne of Samaria. gave expression, there followed a time of reaction when these high hopes suffered temporary eclipse. The long reign of Manasseh, followed by the brief reign of Amon, was a period of religious as well as political decline. ’ He rightly argues that to read שֶׁלּה as the LXX Septuagint presupposes, immediately followed by וְלוֹ, constitutes a very awkward and intolerable combination
Cross - ) To make the sign of the cross upon; - followed by the reflexive pronoun; as, he crossed himself
Rebekah - The death and burial of Deborah, the nurse of Rebekah, who had followed her from Haran ( Genesis 24:59 ), are reported to have taken place after Jacob had returned to Canaan ( Genesis 35:8 )
Forgive, Forgave, Forgiveness - " Eleven times it is followed by "of sins," and once by "of trespasses
Canon (1) - This is the canon allowed to have been followed by the primitive church till the council of Carthage; and, according to Jerome, this consisted of no more than twenty-two books, answering to the number of the Hebrew alphabet, though at present they are classed into twenty-four divisions
Brother - Exodus 13:2 defines "the firstborn" "whatsoever openeth the womb": whether other children followed or not
Street - The use of πλατεῖα in Acts 5:15 is somewhat surprising; if taken in conjunction with κατὰ followed by acc
Midrash - This was followed by the midrashim on the rest of the Pentateuch and the Five Scrolls (Megilloth)
Red Sea (Reed Sea) - Most English translations have followed the Vulgate and use “Red Sea” in the text with a footnote indicating the literal translation is “Reed Sea
Love Feast - Pliny’s letter to Trajan speaks of the celebration of the Eucharist in the early morning as followed by a simple meal, which had been left off since the issue of the edict forhidding clubs
Thessalo'Nians, First Epistle to the, - The Epistles to the Thessalonians, then (for the second followed the first after no long interval), are the earliest of St
Rabbah - Jerusalem's fall should be followed by that of Rabbah (compare Josephus, Illyricum - Paul would have followed this road as far as Thessalonica, and if pointing Westward he had asked the names of the mountain region and of the peoples inhabiting it, he would have been told that it was “Illyria
Hananiah - ...
A temporary raising of the siege of Jerusalem, through the Egyptian ally, was soon followed by the return of the Chaldaean army, the capture of Jerusalem, and the blinding of Zedekiah and his removal to Babylon (Ezekiel 37:5)
Micah, Book of - The people still followed the sacrifices and ceremonies of the Israelite religion, but Micah warned that formal religion was hateful to God if justice and love were absent (1653219046_8)
Saying And Doing - It was the great sin of the religious leaders of the time that they were so strong in profession and precept, and so neglectful of practical righteousness; ‘they say, and do not’ (Matthew 23:3); and many too readily followed their example of easy formalism,—‘This people honoureth me with their lips’ (Matthew 15:8)
Word - The instruction in Christian doctrine that followed was the teaching of the Word of God (Acts 18:11; Colossians 3:16; 1 Thessalonians 2:13; Hebrews 13:7; see TEACHER)
Find - ...
In this sense find is usually followed by out
Grave - Absalom followed the practice of ancient Near Eastern kings when he built himself a monument (2 Samuel 18:18 )
Ammon - Shobi, the son of David's friend, followed his father's rather than Hanun his brother's steps, showing kindness to David in adversity (2 Samuel 17:27)
Gehenna (2) - , followed by Sir C
Malchus - The natural order of events was first the healing of the wound, followed, while Malchus’ friends were crowding around him, by the rebuke of Peter, and then, as soon as the people were ready to listen, by the taunting protest in regard to the manner of the arrest
Right - ) In a right or straight line; directly; hence; straightway; immediately; next; as, he stood right before me; it went right to the mark; he came right out; he followed right after the guide
Esther, Book of - 4 a prayer of Mordecai, followed by a prayer of Esther, in which she excuses herself for being the wife of an uncircumcised king
Hezekiah, King of Judah - ...
What naturally followed this worship was the removal of all signs of idolatry
Zacharias - Then followed his song of thanksgiving under the Holy Spirit, as Israel shall sing when turned to the Lord according to "the oath which He sware to our father Abraham," etc
Cana - 108) supports the claims of Khirbet Kâna, and is followed by Hitter, Thomson, Ewald, Socin, Keim, and others
Cattle - The keepers so familiarized their sheep with their voices that they knew them, and followed them at their call
Sidon - Self indulgent ease followed in the train of their wealth, so that "the manner of the Sidonians" was proverbial (Judges 18:7)
Bartholomew - In the Gospels he comes next after Philip (who in all four lists heads the second quaternion), and is followed by Matthew and Thomas: in Acts the order is ‘Philip and Thomas, Bartholomew and Matthew
Infidelity - After him, at a considerable distance, followed Hume, the most subtle of all, who boldly sinned to introduce an universal scepticism, and to pour a more than Egyptians darkness into the whole region of morals
Adria - Finally, in popular usage, which is followed by St
Abijah - This was about fifty years before the battle, ample time (notwithstanding the loss at the pestilence that followed the numbering) for a large increase
Acceptance (2) - The favour with which He was regarded by the people when He first came declaring ‘the acceptable year of the Lord,’ is proved not only by such notices as, ‘The common people heard him gladly’ (Mark 12:37), but by the crowds which followed Him constantly all through the period of public favour
Stone - The standard formula employed either the verb ragam or caqal followed by a preposition and the noun 'eben
Tabernacle - Part of the tribes went before, and the rest followed after, and the baggage of the tabernacle marched in the centre
Kill - , Luke 22:2 ; in 2 Thessalonians 2:8 , instead of the future tense of this verb, some texts (followed by RV marg
Joy, Joyfulness, Joyfully, Joyous - ...
Note: In Hebrews 12:11 , "joyous" represents the phrase meta, "with," followed by chara, lit
Calf - The Septuagint render it the "fruit of the lips;" and their reading is followed by the Syriac, and by the Apostle to the Hebrews 13:15
Mark, Gospel of - For he was neither a hearer nor a follower of the Lord, but, as I said, afterward followed Peter, who made his discourses to suit what was required, without the view of giving a connected digest of the discourses of our Lord
War - Next followed the shout, or war cry, which the Romans accompanied with the noise of shields and spears struck violently together
Greece - At length, however, opinions fluctuated considerably on points of doctrine; schisms and heresies divided the church; and rancor, violence, and even persecution followed in their train
Persia - He was followed by Smerdis the Magian, B
Prison - ...
In NT times Jewish prisons doubtless followed the Greek and Roman models
Philip - During the persecution which followed the martyrdom of Stephen, he preached in Samaria ( Acts 8:4-8 )
mo'ab - Falling back into their own country, they were followed and their cities and farms destroyed
Jeho'Ram - Then followed invasion by armed bands of Philistines and of Arabians, who stormed the king's palace, put his wives and all his children, except his youngest son Ahaziah, to death, (2 Chronicles 22:1 ) or carried them into captivity, and plundered all his treasures
Jehoshaphat - " Amid the silence that followed, the voice of Jahaziel the Levite was heard announcing that on the morrow all this great host would be overthrown
Crucifixion - The one to be crucified was stripped naked of all his clothes, and then followed the most awful moment of all
Way - , of life, Acts 2:28 (plural); of salvation, Acts 16:17 ; personified, of Christ as the means of access to the Father, John 14:6 ; of the course followed and characterized by the followers of Christ, Acts 9:2 ; 19:9,23 ; 24:22
Disciple - That is, they followed him and listened to his words, as pupils might listen to a teacher
Gospel - But whereas Jesus’ preaching of the gospel was during the period leading up to his death and resurrection, the early Christians’ preaching followed his death and resurrection
Preaching (2) - ...
When we turn from verbal distinctions to the real differences, we may observe three methods followed by our Lord, according to circumstance and requirement: (1) The primitive proclamation, in making which He went on the lines laid down by John the Baptist; (2) the public teaching of the laws and principles of the Kingdom of God, offered to all who would attend to it, whether in the open air or in the synagogues; (3) the private training of His own disciples and discourse with inquirers
Romanianus, Citizen of Tagaste - This letter he followed up by one to Paulinus, introducing to him Romanianus, the bearer of the letter, and commending Licentius to his attention ( Ep
Serapion, Bishop of Heraclea - Chrysostom rewarded the supposed fidelity of Serapion by raising him to the priesthood, and returning from the brief expulsion which followed the synod of the Oak, gave Serapion the metropolitan see of Heraclea in Thrace (ib
James - John probably was the one with Andrew (John 1:35-41), who, on John the Baptist's pointing to the Lamb of God, followed Jesus. At His call James and John "immediately left the ship and their father and followed Him" (Matthew 4:22). Astonished at the miracle, yet encouraged by His further promise to Simon, "henceforth thou shalt catch men," the three forsook not merely their "nets" as before, but "all," and followed Him. ...
James and John "saw" some actual collision between the Samaritans and the messengers who were sent before and whom our Lord and His apostles followed presently; just as Elijah in the same Samaria had called for fire upon the offenders face to face (2 Kings 1:10; 2 Kings 1:12)
Nahum - The second chapter is a swift and vivid description of the siege of Nineveh, its capture and sack, with the complete desolation that followed. The mention of the city of blood, full of lies and rapine, is followed by one of the most vivid battle-pictures in Heb. This plea is followed by the statement that such a literary form points to a late origin; and consequently the prologue is held to have been composed or constructed in the post-exilic period, and prefixed as an appropriate Introduction to the oracle of Nahum on account of its expression of the general principle of God’s avenging justice, of which the drama of Nineveh was supposed to afford a striking illustration
Discipline - The Church followed the main lines of guidance therein contained. ...
No doubt the procedure followed in the main that of the synagogue, where expulsion was of three types-simple putting forth, excommunication with a curse, and a final anathema sentence. Repentance is to be followed by forgiveness (2 Corinthians 2:5-10, Galatians 6:1, Judges 1:22)
Roads And Travel - It was not so much the army that followed in the wake of trade, as trade that followed the army. After Antioch they followed a direction new to them. Luke sketches the sea-journeys that followed, Cenchreae to Ephesus, Ephesus to Caesarea, with great rapidity (Acts 18:19-22). A coasting voyage followed to Tyre (Acts 21:3) and Ptolemais (Acts 21:7) and Caesarea (Acts 21:8). ...
(f) We have thus followed all the land-routes along which St. may also he followed with interest
Jews - ...
After a period of approximately 70 years, Cyrus, King of Persia, gave the exiles permission to return, and about 50,000 Jews followed Zorobabel to Palestine in 538 BC. France followed in 1791, Holland in 1796, Prussia in 1812
New York, City of - The foundation of several institutions of higher education followed rapidly; among these may be mentioned Mount Saint Vincent Academy and College, Manhattanville College, Manhattan College, Fordham University, and Saint Francis Xavier College. In 1817 an orphan asylum was founded in charge of the Sisters of Charity and the "New York Catholic Benevolent Society" for its supervision was incorporated, 1817, by the legislature, the first Catholic 8Ociety in the state to be so legalized; in 1829 the Union Emigrant Society, the forerunner of the Irish Emigrant Society and the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank, was founded, and was followed by the establishment of several other societies for immigrant aid
Malachi - He supported or followed up the governor Nehemiah in the restoration of the national polity civil and religious, as Haggai and Zechariah previously had supported Joshua the high priest and Zerubbabel the civil governor in building the temple, Malachi (Zechariah 1:10; Zechariah 3:1-10) presupposes the temple already built. ...
(4) In answer to their cavil, "where is the God of judgment?" Messiah's forerunner, followed by the sudden coming of Jehovah Himself the Angel of the covenant (which they had despised) to His temple, is foretold (Malachi 2:17-4:6)
Samuel - ...
The Philistines followed up their advantage, and marched upon Shiloh, which they plundered and destroyed (Compare Jeremiah 7:12 ; Psalm 78:59 ). ...
This victory over the Philistines was followed by a long period of peace for Israel (1 Samuel 7:13,14 ), during which Samuel exercised the functions of judge, going "from year to year in circuit" from his home in Ramah to Bethel, thence to Gilgal (not that in the Jordan valley, but that which lay to the west of Ebal and Gerizim), and returning by Mizpeh to Ramah
Judges, Book of - The first is the setting up of an illegitimate priesthood by an individual Ephraimite named Micah, followed by the theft of Micah's priest and his “gods” by a part of the tribe of Dan who were migrating from their territory (on the west of Judah) to the northern part of the Hula Valley in the extreme north of Israel. The eleven tribes rallied to the Levite's call for justice; Benjamin defended the town of Gibeah, and civil war followed
Hallel - ...
The recitation of the Hallel is preceded and followed by special blessings. The second part (Psalms 115-118, followed by 136 and the ‘Blessing of Song’) follows after the mixing of the fourth cup, when the banquet and grace after meat have been completed
Agriculture - ...
The Book of Ruth provides a vivid picture of the harvesting scene that was carried out by whole families and extra hired men, followed by poor women gleaners picking leftovers. Barley was harvested first during April and May, followed by wheat a month later
Betrothal - In the OT period it is not possible to say with precision just how soon the betrothal was followed by the wedding. ...
So far as the relations of Mary and Joseph are concerned, it would appear from the narrative in both Matthew and Luke that in their case the custom of the Jews was followed
Galilee - The language of these regions differed considerably from that of Judea; as did various customs, in which each followed its own mode. The victory was followed by so terrible a slaughter of the Jews, that nothing was to be seen, either on the lake or its shores, but the blood and mangled corpses of the slain; and the air was infected by the number of dead bodies
Leovigild, Arian King of the Visigoths - Upon this brilliant success followed the final incorporation of the Suevi with the Gothic state in 585. —Leovigild had crushed the Catholic and Byzantine conspiracy of which Hermenigild had been the instrument, and there followed an outbreak of that savage and fanatical temper so characteristic of the Visigothic race
Philoxenus, a Monophysite Leader - It followed that God the Word suffered and died, and not merely a body distinct from or obedient to Him, or in which He dwelt, but with which He was not one. " It followed that he affirmed a single will in Christ
Trial of Jesus - Taylor Innes, sums up his inquiry in the words: ‘A process,’ begun, continued, and apparently finished in the course of one night, commencing with witnesses against the accused who were sought for by the Judges, but whose evidence was not sustained even by them; continuing by interrogations which Hebrew law does not sanction; and ending with a demand for confession which its doctors expressly forbid; all followed, twenty-four hours too soon, by a sentence which described a claim to be the fulfiller of the hopes of Israel as blasphemy—such a process had neither the form nor the fairness of a judicial trial. In the Markan tradition, followed by Matthew, Pilate never pronounces Jesus to be innocent, although it is plain that he did not believe Him to be guilty. His blood be on their heads!...
The Lukan tradition, followed substantially in the Fourth Gospel, raises the problem of jurisprudence definitely by affirming that Pilate thrice pronounced Jesus innocent (Luke 23:4; Luke 23:14; Luke 23:22). —The confusing and even conflicting features in the narratives of the trial of Jesus, which followed His arrest (cf. —The arrest of Jesus, all the Gospels agree, was at once followed by His removal to the palace of the high priest in custody of the guard. The arrest was followed by the examination
Peter - He is said to have been crucified, and thus he followed his Lord literally in the mode of his death
Chariot - ...
Until the Macedonian period, when we first hear of chariots armed with scythes ( 2Ma 13:2 ), the war chariot of antiquity followed one general type, alike among the Assyrians and the Egyptians, the Hittites and the Syrians
Household - Whenever the head of a household was converted and baptized, the remainder of his house usually followed suit as an expression of loyalty and religious unity
Burial - ...
Jesus' burial is especially important, of course, because it is followed by his resurrection
Jordan River - The second part of His ministry followed as he pursued His course down the east side of the Jordan Valley
Lion - Lion hunting is depicted as the amusement of the Ninevite kings, who followed the great hunter Nimrod's example
Sadducees - The Pharisees followed strictly the traditions handed down from their forefathers, but the Sadducees had little interest in the traditions
Scribes - The religious importance of scribes developed during the period that followed the Jews’ return from captivity in 538 BC and the subsequent reconstruction of the Jewish nation
Discipline - This pattern was followed by Jewish rabbis
Ed - , by which the watershed is reached and followed along its winding course to the summit
Pelagians - This was followed by a train of evils, which pursued these two monks without interruption
Zechariah, Book of - Haggai followed this with two more messages (Haggai 2:10-23), after which Zechariah delivered his second message (Zechariah 1:7-21; Zechariah 2; Zechariah 3; Zechariah 4; Zechariah 5; Zechariah 6)
Religion - Paul reminds the Galatians that they had heard of his manner of life aforetime when he followed Judaism, and that they knew his proficiency in Judaism
Ananias - Son of Zebedaeus, succeeded Joseph, son of Camydus, and was followed by Ismael, son of Phabi Herod, king of Chalcis A
Gibeah - ...
Then followed the gallant stealthy assault of the Philistine garrison by Jonathan and his armor-bearer, the first knowledge of which was conveyed to Saul by his watchmen in Gibeah, who at dawn saw "the multitude melting away and beating down one another
Derbe - He followed the lines of Empire
Ishmael - He followed up this crime by the cruel and treacherous murder of eighty men from Shechem, Shiloh, and Samaria, who were bringing gifts to the temple, only ten being spared
Deliverer - It is not here translated ‘the Deliverer’ because the participle is followed by ἡμᾶς, ‘who delivereth us from the wrath to come
Army - The bands that followed a Gideon or a Jephthah were hastily improvised levies from his own and neighbouring clans, whose members returned with their share of the spoil to their ordinary occupations when the fray was at an end
Anglo-Saxon Church - Northumbria was evangelized by the Irish Saint Aidan, a monk of Iona, Scotland, who followed the Celtic traditions regarding the keeping of Easter, which differed from the Roman custom
Masora - The eastern Jews have followed that of Ben Naphtali, and the western that of Ben Asher: and all that has been done since is to copy after them, without making any more corrections, or masoretical criticisms
Drunkenness (2) - He Himself followed the ordinary practices of His day, both using wine and giving His countenance to festivities in which wine played an important part (cf
First-Fruits - Christ is the first to be raised from the dead, and so stands in the front rank alone, as the first-fruits were plucked before the rest of the produce was ripe; but, just as certainly as the harvest in due time followed the first-fruits, so shall those who sleep in Christ be raised up in due time, and stand in the second rank after Him
Mass - If the mass be said for a person distinguished by his rank or virtues, it is followed with a funeral oration: they erect a chapelle ardente, that is, a representation of the deceased, with branches and tapers of yellow wax, either in the middle of the church, or near the deceased's tomb, where the priest pronounces a solemn absolution of the deceased
Eating - " This is followed up with prayer, in which is generally expressed the Lord's goodness to Israel, beseeching him to pity Jerusalem and his temple, to restore the throne of David, and to send Elias and the Messiah, and to deliver them out of their long captivity: all answer Amen
Manasseh - In Psalm 80:2 we read, "Before Ephraim and Benjamin and Manasseh stir up thy strength, and come and save us," in allusion to these three being the tribes that immediately followed the ark of God in the wilderness
Walk - The pious followed or practiced God’s commands; they “walked” in righteousness ( Euthymius (4), Abbat in Palestine - The empress obeyed, and her example was followed by a multitude of monks and laymen
Bouddhists - The Bouddhists are taught that there are four superior heavens which are not destroyed at the end of "kulpu," that below these there are twelve other heavens, followed by six inferior heavens; after which follows the earth; then the world of snakes; and then thirty-two chief hells; to which are to be added, one hundred and twenty hells of milder torments
Reach - To extend to stretch in a general sense sometimes followed by out and forth as, to reach out the arm
Spirit - ...
"Distinguishing or discerning of spirits" consisted in discerning whether a man were really inspired by the Spirit of God, or was a false prophet, an impostor, who only followed the impulse of his own spirit or of Satan
Dispersion - Other Jews seem to have followed Alexander the Great to Egypt (Jos
Many - ...
Note: In John 17:2 , AV, the neuter of pas, "all," followed by the neuter of the relative pronoun "what," and then by the plural of the personal pronoun, is translated "to as many as" (RV, "whatsoever
Oil (Olive) - In the latter it was finally transformed into the sacrament of Extreme Unction, of which it need only be said that it is administered when recovery is supposed to be hopeless, whereas in James the anointing is expected to be followed by a cure
Cross - Jesus knew that his life would finish at the cross, and each person who followed him had to be prepared to take up his or her own cross and follow Jesus to a similar end (1653219046_64; cf
Pavement - 3: καθίσας ἐπὶ βήματος ἐν τῷ μεγάλῳ σταδίῳ) has been cited in support of a view that Pilate used ‘the open market-place’ (so Whiston, followed by many) at Jerusalem for the administration of justice; but the passage refers to Caesarea, and the rendering of στάδιον as a synonym of ἀγορά is not well established
Sozomen, Author of a History - , by Valesius, appeared at Paris in 1668, and was followed by one, with the notes of Valesius, at Cambridge, in 1720
Mary, the Virgin - ...
Then followed Joseph's discovery of the conception and his tender dealing with her, and reception of her by God's command (Matthew 1), as being the virgin foretold who should bring forth Immanuel (Isaiah 7:14; Jeremiah 31:22). ...
Simeon's hymn followed, at the close of which he foretold, "a sword shall pierce through thy own soul also, that the thoughts of many hearts may be revealed"; the anguish of her Son should pierce the mother's heart, and be a testing probation of character to her as well as to all others (John 9:39; John 19:25; Psalms 42:10); that she had misgivings and doubts is implied in her accompanying His brethren afterward, as if enthusiasm was carrying Him too far (Matthew 12:46; Mark 3:21; Mark 3:31-35; John 7:5). The flight to Egypt followed; then the return, at first designed to be back to Bethlehem, but through fear of Archelaus to Nazareth of Galilee, their former home
Exodus, Book of - ...
After celebrating the deliverance in song and dance (Exodus 15:1-21 ), Israel followed God's leadership into the wilderness, but soon the difficult wilderness life proved too hard. The leader followed God's will and not the people's. God's will must be followed completely (Exodus 10:21-29 )
Leviticus - 9 with Exodus 10:12-15 , which recounts the sacrifices at the inauguration of the Tabernacle, originally formed the sequel of Exodus 25:1-40 ; Exodus 26:1-37 ; Exodus 27:1-21 ; Exodus 28:1-43 ; Exodus 29:1-46 , and was followed by Exodus 10:1-7 (the story of Nadab and Abihu offering strange fire), and was closed by Exodus 16:2-4 ; Exodus 16:6 ; Exodus 16:12 f. 3 (the law of the peace-offering) once followed immediately on ch. The fact, however, that it is followed by a conclusion ( Leviticus 18:22-24 ), while ch
Majesty (2) - It is thus an interesting coincidence that the two instances of its use in connexion with Christ belong to the episode of the Transfiguration and the incident of the healing of the lunatic boy which followed immediately after. It seems always to be used with reference not to His pre-existent dignity, but to the exaltation that followed His incarnation and suffering. 1), who was preceded in his estimate by Justin Martyr, and followed by Tertullian
Versions of the Scripture, English - Others followed to revise and increase the copies. ...
Edition followed edition, which were smuggled into England in various ways, and were there readily bought and circulated. Rogers, when indicted in the days of Mary, is called Joannes Rogers, alias Matthew, and his martyrdom followed
David - David followed God's leading and defeated the celebrating Amalekites, recovering all the spoils of war. Even as Israel rebuilt the Temple, they followed “the ordinance of David king of Israel (Ezra 3:10 )
Nahum, Theology of - ...
The interweaving judgment- and salvation-oracles are followed by a prophetic vision in which Nahum describes the future downfall of the city as if he were there. "...
The metaphorical taunts are followed by a historical taunt
Zedekiah - ...
Then followed Jeremiah's attempt to escape to his native place and his arrest. The terrible concomitants of a siege soon followed (Jeremiah 38:9), so that mothers boiled and ate the flesh of their own infants (Lamentations 4:5; Lamentations 4:8; Lamentations 4:10) and the visage of their nobles was blacker than coal, their skin clave to their bones and became withered
Proselytes - ) Hezekiah's triumph over Sennacherib was followed by many bringing gifts: unto Jehovah to Jerusalem (2 Chronicles 32:23); this suggested the prophecy in Psalm 87 that Rahab (Egypt) and Babylon (whose king Merodach Baladan had sent a friendly embassy to Hezekiah), Philistia, Tyre, and Ethiopia should be spiritually born (Psalms 51:5; Psalms 51:10; Psalms 22:31; Isaiah 66:8; John 3:3; John 3:5; both Old and New Testament teach the need of the new birth) in Jerusalem as proselytes. , Baptism, for which the rabbis quoted Exodus 19:10), followed by his presenting the corban offering of two turtle doves, as after a birth (Leviticus 12:8)
Order of Saint Benedict - Cluny's centralized method of government was followed by a number of monasteries which united themselves in groups, the groups later forming congregations
New Orleans, Louisiana, City of - The establishment of several institutions of higher education including a seminary, hospitals, asylums, and various charitable institutions followed rapidly
Taxes - The capture of Jerusalem by Pompey was followed immediately by the imposition of a tribute, and within a short time the sum thus taken from the resources of the country amounted to 10,000 talents
Syria - 1), who is followed by Pliny and Ptolemy, Syria was bounded on the W
Every, Everyone, Everything - In Acts 26:11 , kata, followed by the plural of pas and the article before the noun, is rendered "in all the synagogues," RV, for AV, "in every synagogue
Franciscans - he was led to consider a voluntary and absolute poverty as the essence of the Gospel, and to prescribe this poverty as a sacred rule both to himself and to the few that followed him
Saul, King of Israel - An official crowning ceremony followed in due course (1 Samuel 11:14-15)
Augustan Band - Mommsen, followed by Ramsay, attempts to connect the σπεῖρα Σεβαστή with a body of officers detached from the foreign legions and known as frumentarii, who were employed under the Empire not only, as their name indicates, in connexion with the commissariat, but as agents maintaining communications between the central government and the distant provinces
Servant of the Lord - Israel’s sufferings at the hands of Babylon and its glory in the rebuilt Jerusalem were a picture of the sufferings of the Messiah and the glory that followed (Isaiah 52:13-15; Acts 2:23-24; Acts 2:36; Philippians 2:8-11; 1 Peter 1:18-21)
Pharisees - A separate Pharisee party was no longer necessary, for Judaism as a whole now followed the Pharisee tradition
Benedictine Order - Cluny's centralized method of government was followed by a number of monasteries which united themselves in groups, the groups later forming congregations
Benedictines - Cluny's centralized method of government was followed by a number of monasteries which united themselves in groups, the groups later forming congregations
Talmud - Passages from the Talmud reflect the great concern of some rabbis that their advice was not being followed by the people
Magnificat - ’ Such words when used of Zacharias in Luke 1:67 are followed by the Benedictus
Stand, Standing, Stood - ...
Notes: (1) In Mark 3:3 , egeiro, "to raise," followed by the phrase eis to meson, "into the midst," is translated "stand forth
Decrees of God - The ancient stoics, Zeno and Chrysippus, whom the Jewish Essenes seem to have followed, asserted the existence of a Deity, that, acting wisely but necessarily, contrived the general system of the world; from which, by a series of causes, whatever is now done in it unavoidable results
Mark - This is the reference Mark himself makes to a certain young man who had followed Jesus and the disciples from the house to the Garden of Gethsemane, clothed only in his nightwear (Mark 14:51-52)
Wanderings in the Wilderness - Many scholars therefore conclude that Numbers 33:1 is a combined compilation of place names that are related to pre-Mosaic infiltration from Egypt to Canaan by way of the King's Highway, the place along the second route around Edomite-Moabite territory followed by the Moses/Joshua-led contingent and all those places visited by the Israelites during those 38 punitive years of desert wanderings when like the nomads of every generation they sought water and pasturage for their flocks within that hostile arid environment of the Sinai
Camp - " This alludes to those three being the tribes which immediately followed the Ark, the symbol of God's presence
Herod the Great - This was followed by Antipater, another son, being put to death, who was proved to be guilty of plotting to have his father poisoned
Courtesy - That His attitude was not the conventional attitude of others, but was peculiar to Himself, like His attitude towards the Law (Matthew 5:17), is evident from the following considerations: (1) He recognized and followed the customary laws in so far as they served to express His real sentiments (Luke 7:44-46; Luke 10:5, John 13:4 ff
Persia, Persians - The empire that followed was an 'inferior' one, represented by the breast and arms of silver
Baptists - There were two main bodies among the English Baptists, those who accepted the theology of Arminius, maintaining redemption for all, and those who followed Calvin, admitting redemption for the elect alone
Bartimaeus - Thus, in the case of Bartimaeus himself, we have a notable instance of a determination that resolved to let no opportunity of being healed escape it; of a perseverance that continued its efforts notwithstanding the difficulties placed in its path; of an eagerness that cast off all that hindered its free approach; of a faith that recognized in Jesus the Divinely-appointed Messiah (‘Thou Son of David’) before and not after the cure; and of a thankfulness that showed itself in ready obedience and triumphant praise when the cure was complete (‘followed him, glorifying God’)
Beelzebub or Beelzebul - ]'>[1] followed by modern editors like Westcott-Hort and Weiss Arians - He was followed by Dr
Canaan; Canaanite - The list is followed by a warning: “Defile not ye yourselves in any of these things: for in all these the nations are defiled which I cast out before you” ( Lord's Supper - The clergy had a part of what was left for their maintenance; and the rest furnished the repast called αγαπη , or love-feast, which immediately followed the celebration of the Lord's Supper, and of which all the communicants, both rich and poor, partook
Meals - Ruth 2:17 The Jews rather followed the custom that prevails among the Bedouins, and made their principal meal after sunset, and a lighter meal at about 9 or 10 A
Apocalypse - These two fathers are followed by Clement of Alexandria, Theophilus of Antioch, Tertullian, Origen, Cyprian, Lactantius, Jerome, Athanasius, and many other ecclesiastical writers, all of whom concur in considering the Apostle John as the author of the Revelation
Need, Needs, Needful - " ...
B — 5: ὀφείλω (Strong's #3784 — — opheilo — of-i'-lo, of-i-leh'-o ) "to owe, be bound, obliged to do something," is translated "must ye needs," in 1 Corinthians 5:10 ; in 1 Corinthians 7:36 it is used impersonally, signifying "it is due," and followed by the infinitive mood of ginomai, "to become, to occur, come about," lit
Romans, Epistle to the - On the day of Pentecost ( Acts 2:10 ) carried back the earliest tidings of the new doctrine; or the gospel may have first reached the imperial city through those who were scattered abroad to escape the persecution which followed on the death of Stephen
Line - ) The course followed by anything in motion; hence, a road or route; as, the arrow descended in a curved line; the place is remote from lines of travel
Peter - He was of Bethsaida, and was the son of Jonas, a fisherman, which occupation he also followed
Phrygia - along the direct route which passed through the higher country from Metropolis to Ephesus, instead of the high road which followed the valley of the Lycus
Miracles - Thus, though the stoppage of the motion of the earth in the ordinary course of nature would be attended with terrible convulsions, the stoppage of the earth miraculously , for a special purpose to be served by that only , would not of itself be followed by any such consequences
Nicopolis - Some Manuscripts of the epistle (A and P) have the subscription, ‘It was written from Nicopolis,’ and these are followed by the Greek commentators (Chrys
Leviticus - He laid down laws concerning food, disease and bodily health (11:1-15:33), and followed with regulations concerning the Day of Atonement and the sacredness of blood (16:1-17:16)
Joannes Talaia, Bishop of Nola - When the magistrianus whom John employed as his messenger to Constantinople arrived there, he found that Illus had gone to Antioch, whither he followed him with the synodic
Joannes Philoponus, Distinguished Philosopher - ]'>[1] Those Tritheites who still followed him were distinguished as Philoponiaci, or Athanasiani because of Athanasius's prominence amongst them (Schonfelder, Die Tritheiten , app
Porphyrius, Bishop of Gaza - The bishops reached Majuma, the port of Gaza, on May 1, and were followed in ten days by a commissioner named Cynegius, accompanied by the governor and a general officer with a large body of troops, by whom the imperial orders for the destruction of the temples were executed
Advent, Second - Now, as the coming of the sovereign would be a day of joyful deliverance to one class, so it would be followed by judgement on the others
Jeroboam - This false religion, set up by Jeroboam and followed by other kings, was the reason God destroyed the northern kingdom and sent the people into captivity (2 Kings 17:21-23)
Gospels (Uncanonical) - Still, it followed in the wake of the canonical Gospels, and what has survived the wreck, reaching us partly on the planks of versions and partly on broken pieces of the original, forms a considerable section of the material for our present survey. Kleuker’s similar Ueber die Apokryphen des NT, Hamburg, 1798; followed in the nineteenth century by Arens’ essay de Evang. Bishop Exsuperius of Toulouse, the canonical list is followed by a note of ‘cetera autem quae uel sub nomine Mathiae siue Iacobi minoris; uel sub nomine Petri et Iohanuis, quae a quodam Leucio scripta sunt; uel sub nomine Andreae, quae a Xenocaride et Leonida philosophic;* [35] This line of inquiry has not yet been followed up; it will lead probably to valuable conclusions with regard to the literary texture of certain strata in these Gospels
Paul - "...
Saul directly, on his conversion "preached Christ in the synagogues that He is the Son of God," to the astonishment of his hearers (Acts 9:20-21); then followed his retirement to Arabia for a considerable part of the whole "three years" between his conversion and his visit to Jerusalem. "...
After the congregation was broken up many Jews and proselytes followed Paul and Barnabas, and heard more of "the grace of God. Certain Pharisees however rose up, insisting on it, but Paul would not yield "for an hour" (Galatians 2); the council followed, in which Peter silenced arguments by the logic of facts, God having given the Holy Spirit to the Gentiles, who believed through him, even as He did to the believing Jews. The decree followed, binding the Gentiles only to abstinence from idol pollutions, fornication, and, in deference to the Jews' feelings, from things strangled and blood. The Judaizers soon followed Paul to Antioch, where Peter had already come
Chronology of the New Testament - 10), followed as to his results provisionally by Ramsay ( Was Christ born at Bethlehem ? 3 , p. ( d ) Origen and others, followed by Turner ( op. We have to include in this period the spread of the Church among the Hellenists, the election of the Seven, and the death of Stephen, followed closely by St
Disciples - ; APOSTLES Followers of Jesus Christ, especially the commissioned twelve who followed Jesus during His earthly ministry. ) Jesus was no doubt especially popular among the socially outcast and religiously despised, but people of wealth and of theological training also followed (Luke 8:1-3 ; Luke 19:1-10 ; John 3:1-3 ; John 12:42 ; John 19:38-39 ). Whereas the term “apostle” retained a more specific meaning, being tied to certain historical eyewitnesses of the resurrected Lord, the word “disciple” tended to lose its narrower associations with the twelve, and/or those who followed the historical Jesus, or who saw the risen Lord, and became a virtual equivalent to “Christian” (Acts 11:26 )
Baptism - ’ In these cases the gift followed upon baptism, with or without the laying-on of hands. In the case of Cornelius and his friends, the gift followed immediately upon the preaching of the word by Peter, and presumably its reception in the heart of those who heard; and it was after that that the Apostle ‘commanded them to be baptized in the name of the Lord’ ( Acts 10:48 ). ( b ) In baptism the believer was to realize most vividly the total breach with his old life involved in his new attitude to God through Christ, a breach comparable only with that effected by death ( Romans 6:2-7 , Colossians 2:12 ); he was to realize also that the consequences of this fellowship with Christ were not only death to sin, but a new life in righteousness as real as that which followed on resurrection ( Romans 6:4 )
Claims (of Christ) - ‘Follow me,’ Jesus said to men (Matthew 4:19; Matthew 4:21 || Matthew 8:22; Matthew 9:9 || Matthew 19:21 ||, John 1:43); and they either rose up straightway and followed Him (Matthew 4:20; Matthew 4:22 || Matthew 9:9 ||), or if they failed to do so, ‘went away sorrowful,’ feeling in their inmost hearts that they had made ‘the grand refusal’ (Matthew 19:22 ||). In the Fourth Gospel, quite apart from those passages in which Christ assumes the title ‘Son of God,’ the sense of this unique relation to God as bearing upon His saving relationship to men meets us everywhere, but especially in the farewell discourse and the intercessory prayer which followed (John 14-17). It is further implied in the parables of the Wise and Foolish Virgins (Matthew 25:1-13) and the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30), and is set forth in detail in that solemn picture of the Last Judgment by which these parables are immediately followed (Matthew 25:31-46)
Alexander the Coppersmith - Alexander followed Paul about wherever he went, poisoning the minds and the hearts of all men to whom his tongue or his pen had access. One of our latest and best authorities thinks that Alexander even followed Paul to Rome, and did his best to poison Nero and his court still more against Paul. Alexander had not yet followed Timothy about poisoning the wells everywhere against him
Septuagint - The best qualified and most able among them was the translator of the Pentateuch, who was evidently master of both Greek and Hebrew: he has religiously followed the Hebrew text, and has in various instances introduced the most suitable and best chosen expressions. Philo, the Jew, a native of Egypt, has evidently followed it in his allegorical expositions of the Mosaic law; and though Dr. Their example was followed by the earlier fathers and doctors of the church, who, with the exception of Origen and Jerom, were unacquainted with the Hebrew: notwithstanding their zeal for the word of God, they did not exert themselves to learn the original language of the sacred writings, but acquiesced in the Greek representation of them, judging it, no doubt, to be fully sufficient for all the purposes of their pious labours
Elijah - In this the prophet obeyed the impulse of the Spirit of God; and Ahab, either under an influence of which he was not conscious, or blindly confident in the cause of idolatry, followed Elijah's direction, and convened the people of Israel, and four hundred prophets of Baal. " The prophet's words were followed with the effect predicted. They went therefore together to Jordan, and fifty of the sons of the prophets followed them at a distance
Synagogue - Then followed, after the singing of a second doxology, the reading of a portion from the prophets, 1 Corinthians 14:34-40 ; Luke 4:16 . " Then followed the doxologies and prelexions, the same as in the synagogues. Prayer succeeded, which was followed by the commemoration of the Saviour's death in the breaking and distribution of bread
Joseph - Joseph found that they had left Shechem for Dothan, whither he followed them. These years were followed by seven years of famine "over all the face of the earth," when "all countries came into Egypt to Joseph to buy corn" (Genesis 41:56,57 ; 47:13,14 )
Truth - ...
One source of progressive knowledge was found by the apostles in the facts of their experience, an experience that covered not only their fellowship with Christ in the days of His flesh, but also the mighty working that followed His ascension to the right hand of God. This may be illustrated by the advance in truth that followed the outpouring of the Spirit of God upon Gentiles who believed in Jesus as the Redeemer
Tongues, Gift of - In the first instance (Acts 2) the tongues were used in doxology; but when teaching followed it was in ordinary language, understood by the Jews, that Peter spoke. The true tongues were given to men in full vigour, preceded by no fanatic madness, and followed by no prostration as the reaction
Jesus Christ - When he reached the Sea of Galilee multitudes followed him. The transfiguration followed, and the next morning the healing of an epileptic child
Augustinus, Archbaptist of Canterbury - To make a deeper impression on the monarch's mind, Augustine came up from the shore in solemn procession, preceded by a verger carrying a large silver cross, and followed by one bearing aloft on a board, painted and gilded, a representation of the Saviour. On Mar 12, 604, Gregory died, and two months afterwards according to some authorities, or a year after according to others, Augustine followed his patron and benefactor, and was buried in the cemetery which he himself had consecrated, beside the Roman road that ran over St
Discipleship - Christ always followed the Divine method; and, accordingly, while He made disciples, and trained them in discipleship, He hardly made any attempt to define or describe what this involves; nor did He give much instruction which represented with any directness the ideal that He had in view. ’ There were, of course, times when this summons called a man literally to arise and go with Jesus to some new place and duty; as when the first among the Twelve ‘left the nets and followed him’ (Mark 1:18; Mark 1:20)
Persia - " Zoroaster taught that God created the good angel alone, and that the evil followed by the defect of good. His marriage with Esther in his seventh year immediately followed his flight from Greece, when lie gave himself up to the pleasures of the seraglio
Burial - Josephus, the Jewish historian, describing the funeral of Herod the Great, says, His bed was adorned with precious stones; his body rested under a purple covering; he had a diadem and a crown of gold upon his head, a sceptre in his hand; and all his house followed the bed. And at the funeral of Herod, if we may believe the account of their most celebrated historian, the procession was followed by five hundred of his domestics carrying spices
Maximus Magnus, Christian Emperor in the West - Having thus cleverly got his soldiers across the Alps, he followed rapidly in person, and entered Italy as an invader (Zos. The details of the campaign that followed belong to secular history
Irish Martyrs - A series of publications begun in 1861 by Dr Moran (then Vice-Rector of the Irish College, Rome, later cardinal, and Archbishop of Sydney) was followed in 1868 by a collection of memorials made with great discrimination by Major Myles O'Reilly; the labors of these two men greatly facilitated the task of investigation finally entrusted by the ecclesiastical authorities to Father Denis Murphy, S
Tribes of Israel - It is possible that the tribes which entered Canaan under Reuben’s leadership, or during his supremacy, were classed under Leah, while those which followed under the lead of Joseph were classed under Rachel
Rest - In inscriptions it is found on gravestones of Christians, followed by the date of death (Moulton and Milligan)
Tabor, Mount - Of the six days which followed the prophetic declaration of Jesus concerning His approaching sufferings and death, there is no record, but it is in keeping with the entire narrative to assume that they were spent in retirement and prayer
Martyrs, Irish - A series of publications begun in 1861 by Dr Moran (then Vice-Rector of the Irish College, Rome, later cardinal, and Archbishop of Sydney) was followed in 1868 by a collection of memorials made with great discrimination by Major Myles O'Reilly; the labors of these two men greatly facilitated the task of investigation finally entrusted by the ecclesiastical authorities to Father Denis Murphy, S
Tithes - The six years thus marked were followed by the Jubilee year; on it the attendance was the larger because of the scant attendance on the sixth year when most stayed at home
Laying on of Hands - Matthew 9:18 ||, Mark 7:32 ) an example which was followed by the Apostolic Church ( Acts 9:12 ; Acts 9:17 ; Acts 28:8 )
Joy - The angel's greeting (chaire ) to Mary followed by "highly favored, " a word of the same family in Greek, may be taken as a command to rejoice as the Redeemer's mother (Luke 1:28 )
Jericho - This palace was rebuilt by Herod Archelaus after it had been burned down by Simon during the troubles which followed upon the death of Herod the Great (Josephus Ant
Gate - Sentences of the law were inscribed on and above them, to which allusion occurs Deuteronomy 6:9; an usage followed by Muslims in modern times
Day And Night - Sometimes ‘days’ is followed by the genitive either of a person or a thing
Basilius of Ancyra, Bishop of Ancyra - Banishment followed deposition
Crowd - When Jesus retired for quiet to a desert place after receiving the news of the death of John the Baptist, He was followed by a crowd of five thousand people (Matthew 14:14, Mark 6:34, Luke 9:11)
Gregorius, Saint., the Illuminator - Then followed what are known as "the twelve tortures of St
Chastisement - On the other hand, Grotius, followed by Ellicott, Alford, and many others, declares: ‘παιδεία hic significare videtur institutionem per poenas; νουθεσία autem est ea institutio quae fit verbis
Get - ...
GET, To arrive at any place or state followed by some modifying word,and sometimes implying difficulty or labor as, ...
To get away or away from, to depart to quit to leave or to disengage one's self from
Act of Faith - These are followed by the penitents who have narrowly escaped being burnt, who over their black coats have flames painted, with their points turned downwards
Answer - Paul’s answers to those who denied his Apostleship, the Judaizers who followed him from place to place and attempted to undermine his teaching and influence among his converts in his absence-a fact to which we largely owe the letters to the Galatians and the Corinthians, or at least the most characteristic and polemical portions of them
Fathers - "Though we have appealed," he says, "to the churches of the first ages for new proofs of the truth of our doctrine, it is not that we think that the doctors of those times had more right to judge of our faith than those had that followed them; but it is because after a serious examination we have found, that, as for what concerns the common belief that is among us, they have believed and practised the same things without adding other opinions or superstitions that destroy them,—wherein they have acted conformably to their and our rule, THE WORD OF GOD: notwithstanding, it cannot be denied, but that they effectually fell into some wrong opinions, as that of the Millenaries and infant communion," &c
One - " followed by allos or heteros, "the other," e
Lie - To be to rest to abide to remain often followed by some word denoting a particular condition as, to lie waste to lie fallow to lie open to lie hid to lie pining or grieving to lie under one's displeasure to lie at the mercy of a creditor, or at the mercy of the waves
Mary - She believed early on Jesus Christ, and accompanied him in some of his journeys, to minister to him, followed him to Calvary, and was with his mother at the foot of his cross
Descent Into Hades - The Apostle bids his readers take courage from the fact that Christ’s death was followed by a quickening in the spirit
Per'Sia - This conquest was followed closely by the submission of the Greek settlements on the Asiatic coast, and by the reduction of Caria and Lycia The empire was soon afterward extended greatly toward the northeast and east
Joseph - This is followed by all the descendants of Jacob being placed in a fruitful part of the country, as the nation will be gathered to the pleasant land in the millennium
Pen'Tateuch, the, - The path traced by Astruc has been followed by numerous German writers; but the various hypotheses which have been formed upon the subject cannot be presented in this work
Pisidia - ’ The mountaineers were ‘governed by hereditary chieftains,’ and followed ‘a predatory mode of life,’ carrying on a continual warfare with the kings to the N
Hear, Hearing - ...
Notes: (1) For diagnosis (investigation, followed by decision), rendered "hearing" in Acts 25:21 , AV, see DECISION
Jericho - This palace was rebuilt by Herod Archelaus after it had been burned down by Simon during the troubles which followed upon the death of Herod the Great (Josephus Ant
Maximinus ii., Emperor - 8), and this at a time when thousands were dying of starvation from a prolonged famine followed by pestilence
Perpetua, Vibia - Saturus mounted first and then Perpetua followed
Polychronius, Bishop of Apamea - In the see of Apamea he must have followed Agapetus, who succeeded Marcellus a
Joshua, Book of - ...
The overthrow of Jericho gave more examples of the religious significance of Israel’s conquest: the role of the priests and the ark, the repeated use of the symbolic number ‘seven’ in the proceedings, and the judgment that followed disobedience to God’s commands (6:1-7:26)
Greek Versions of ot - the Pentateuch; and there is no reason to doubt that this was the first part of the OT to be translated, and that the other books followed at different times and from the hands of different translators. ]'>[1] translators was to be very literal, and they have repeatedly followed Hebrew usage (notably in the use of pronouns, prepositions, and participial constructions) to an extent which runs entirely counter to the genius of the Greek language. ] In the Reformed Churches their fate has been different; for the German and English translators followed Jerome in adopting the Hebrew canon, and relegated the remaining books to the limbo of the Apocrypha. Was followed (Except In Prov. ), sometimes known as U, containing the greater part of Psalms 10:1-18 ; Psalms 11:1-7 ; Psalms 12:1-8 ; Psalms 13:1-6 ; Psalms 14:1-7 ; Psalms 15:1-5 ; Psalms 16:1-11 ; Psalms 17:1-15 ; Psalms 18:1-50 ; Psalms 19:1-14 ; Psalms 20:1-9 ; Psalms 21:1-13 ; Psalms 22:1-31 ; Psalms 23:1-6 ; Psalms 24:1-10 ; Psalms 25:1-22 ; Psalms 26:1-12 ; Psalms 27:1-14 ; Psalms 28:1-9 ; Psalms 29:1-11 ; Psalms 30:1-12 ; Psalms 31:1-24 ; Psalms 32:1-11 ; Psalms 33:1-22 ; Psalms 34:1-22 Job - ; in the German MSS, which have been followed in most printed editions, after Ps. This is followed by a series of three dialogues extending over chs. ...
The dialogues are followed by a monologue spoken by Job (chs. 30), and what Marshall calls ‘Job’s oath of self-vindication’ an emphatic disavowal of definite forms of transgression, in a series of sentences most of which begin with ‘if,’ sometimes followed by an imprecation (ch. The Austrian scholar Bickell, who has been followed by Duhm, and in England by Dillon, has tried to show that the poem was written throughout in quatrains, but the textual havoc wrought in the attempt seems to prove clearly that he is, in part at least, on the wrong track
Jacob - Then followed God's promise of (1) the land and (2) of universal blessing to all families of the earth "in his seed," i. Zebulun may have been borne by Leah later than Joseph, it not being certain that the births all followed in the order of their enumeration, which is that of the mothers, not that of the births. There followed therefore the wrestling "alone" with Jehovah (compare Matthew 14:23; Mark 1:35); his being named "Israel"; and his asking God's name, to which the only reply was, God "blessed him there. ...
Then followed the birth of Benjamin, which completed the tribal twelve (Genesis 35)
Hittites And Hivites - The Old Kingdom came to an end with Telepinus, but his policies set a pattern for the kings of the Hittite Empire that followed. , his younger son Mursilis II followed with a very successful reign that included expansion in the west and preparation for the major confrontation that would come during his successor's reign
Renunciation - Renunciation in its bearing on temporal possessions is expounded in the address that followed the rebuke of covetousness (Luke 12:13-34, Matthew 6:19-34). The duty of abandoning good may be laid on men of hesitating disposition who need to be untrammelled, or on special ministers such as the disciples, who forsook all and followed their Master that they might give undivided effort to the preaching of the gospel
Augustus - His great career is best followed in the next section. ), and was followed up by the defeat of Brutus and Cassius at Philippi (42), the defeat of Sextus Pompeius (36), and the defeat of Cleopatra and Antonius at Actium (31)
Possession - That He adopted different methods from those followed by professional exorcists, whose success He expressly attests ( Matthew 12:27 ), is exactly what His difference in person from them would cause to be expected, but does not necessarily involve a difference in theory. Mark 9:25 , where the sufferer was not consulted, and any humouring followed the cure; so elsewhere), and the evil spirits are represented after expulsion as actual and still capable of mischief ( Mark 5:13 )
Hebrews - His son and grandson, Isaac and Jacob followed in his steps. Under the patriarchs, they were instructed in the will of God by direct revelation, worshipped him by prayer and sacrifices, opposed idolatry and atheism, used circumcision as the appointed seal of the covenant made by God with Abraham, and followed the laws which the light of grace and faith discovers to those who honestly and seriously seek God, his righteousness, and truth
Methodius - Jerome's unsupported statement that he was translated to Tyre was probably due to a transcriber's error for Patara m the authority which Jerome followed. There is nothing in Methodius's confutations of Origen inconsistent with his having felt warm admiration for the man; and he has certainly followed him in his allegorical method of interpretation
Nazarene (2) - ...
Sometimes a descriptive clause with ἀπό followed by the place-name appears: e. Its application to members of the Christian community naturally followed
Nehemiah - ...
Ezra's reading of the law to the assembled people followed: Nehemiah 8 (he had just returned from Persia with Nehemiah), 445 B. A fast followed. ) The dedication of the walls by Nehemiah, the princes, priests, and Levite singers in two companies, followed (Nehemiah 12:27-47); Nehemiah 12:2 Maccabees alleges that the temple too was now dedicated after its repair by funds gathered from the people
Croisade, or Crusade - The more disciplined armies followed after; and, passing the straits of Constantinople, were mustered in the plains of Asia, and amounted in the whole to 700, 000 men. The third crusade, in 1188, immediately followed the taking of Jerusalem by Saladin, the Sultan of Egypt. They followed the latter method, however, and were often of very great disservice to the western adventurers, which at last occasioned the loss of their city
Plan - According to this view, His Messianic work was in a manner thrust upon Him, and was never followed out deliberately except perhaps for a brief season at the very close. There is no indication that the two teachers ever met before the Baptism, and John’s, imprisonment must have followed almost immediately afterwards. If (as appears more probable) He allowed room for an interval, more or less protracted, before the dawning of the Kingdom, we have still to question whether He planned a development on the lines which were actually followed
Pilate, Pontius - " Pilate answered, "What then shall I do with Jesus?" The fierce cry immediately followed
Joseph - Joseph predicted seven years of plenty followed by seven years of famine and recommended a program of preparation by storing grain
do, Done - , Luke 4:23 , "done (at Capernaum)," followed by poieo in the next clause
Essenes (2) - It followed that they were excluded from the services of the Temple
Baal (1) - "Your eyes have seen what Jehovah did because of Baal-peor, for all the men that followed Baal-peor the Lord thy God hath destroyed them from among you
Joy - ...
The Book of Acts tells how joy continued to characterize those who followed Jesus
Thirst - His invitation to all who thirsted (ἐάν τις διψᾷ, John 7:37) to come to Him and drink was followed by the promise, founded on the phraseology and thought of the OT (Isaiah 12:3; Isaiah 58:11, etc
Token - The use of the word σημεῖον here, followed by the elucidating οὕτως γράφω (almost like our English ‘signed’) is closely parallel to the σεσημείωμαι (generally contracted into σεση
Hasmonean - Aristobulus was followed by Alexander Janneus who ruled for some 28 years
Generation - In writing a narrative this way, Israel followed a pattern long used by Near Eastern neighbors, that of describing creation as a series of births
Hosea, Book of - It is possible, of course, that Hosea first circulated in writing single poems or a collection of two or three; but the complete collection, though scarcely made later than 735, since the prophecies make no allusion to the Syro-Ephraimitish war which broke out in that year, cannot be much earlier than 735, since the prophecies make allusions to the circumstances of the period that followed the death, in about b
Rachel - Even then disappointment followed in her childlessness at first; beauty and the grace of God do not always go together, "Rachel envied her sister" and said with unreasonable and impatient fretfulness, "Give me children, or else I die
Tradition - If tradition must be followed, then we ought to follow that oldest tradition which casts away all tradition not in, or provable by, Scripture
Hope - And if the death of Jesus rudely shattered the Messianic hope of the disciples, His resurrection, followed by the illumination of the Holy Spirit, restored it to them in a purified and spiritual form
Sleep - In both these cases natural death is spoken of by Christ as ‘sleep,’ on the ground doubtless that through the exercise of His miraculous power, this ‘sleep’ would be followed by an awakening in the present world
Famine - The most important of these references is Acts 11:28, where μεγάλην, followed by ἤτις, the reading of the best Manuscripts , proclaims the noun as feminine
False Christs - As the pages of Josephus testify, one rival Messiah followed another, each and all succeeding more or less in kindling the passions of the people against the Roman authorities
Build - An example is a prophet who followed Elijah (1 Kings 20:35; cf
Israel, Kingdom of - An unsuccessful usurper, Shallum, is followed by the cruel Menahem, who, being unable to make head against the first attack of Assyria under Pul, became the agent of that monarch for the oppressive taxation of his subjects
Olives - Here, however, as with regard to Calvary and almost all the supposed sacred places, superstition has blindly followed the blind
Jubilee, the Year of - --It was celebrated every fiftieth year, marking the half century; so that it followed the seventh sabbatic year, and for two years in succession the land lay fallow
ju'Das Iscar'Iot - (2) Though he probably followed Christ at first from mixed motives, as did the other disciples, he had the opportunity of becoming a good and useful man
Hope, Hope - ...
The verb is followed by three prepositions: (1) eis, rendered "on" in John 5:45 (as above); the meaning is really "in" as in 1 Peter 3:5 , "who hoped in God;" the "hope" is thus said to be directed to, and to center in, a person; (2) epi, "on," Romans 15:12
Hope - And if the death of Jesus rudely shattered the Messianic hope of the disciples, His resurrection, followed by the illumination of the Holy Spirit, restored it to them in a purified and spiritual form
Maximus the Cynic, Bishop of Constantinople - When all was ripe they were followed by a bevy of bishops, with secret instructions from the patriarch to consecrate Maximus
Meletius, Bishop of Lycopolis - Meletius retired to Lycopolis, and during Alexander's lifetime remained quiet; but the appointment of Athanasius to the see of Alexandria was the signal for union of every faction opposed to him, and in the events which followed Meletius took a personal part
Ephesians, Letter to the - According to this teaching, Christ was far superior to the Christians who followed him, but both he and they needed help from unseen angelic powers if they were to reach the fulness of purity and perfection
Pound - 4), and this same Archelaus was in such bad odour that an embassy of protest followed him (xv
Sleep - In both these cases natural death is spoken of by Christ as ‘sleep,’ on the ground doubtless that through the exercise of His miraculous power, this ‘sleep’ would be followed by an awakening in the present world
Gregorius Thaumaturgus, Bishop of Neocaesarea - " He seems to have followed (strangely enough) the order of the sciences in Comte's classification of the branches of human knowledge. Morals followed physics, and emphasis is laid by Gregory on the practical experience by which Origen desired his pupils to verify all theories, "stimulating us by the deeds he did more than by the doctrines he taught. They refer to the circumstances which followed the ravages of the Goths and Boradi in Pontus, and Asia Minor generally, during the reign of Gallienus. It reveals the imperfect character of the wholesale conversions that had followed his remarkable ministry
Ephraim (4) the Syrian - ...
His death followed shortly afterwards, fully foreseen by himself, as his Testament proves. of Amid, says that Ephrem had followed the order of the Diatessaron of Tatian. These expositions are followed by 13 metrical homilies upon the Nativity, pp. " Benedict, followed by Lengerke, instead of ecclesiastical translates historical ; what Ephrem really says is that there is first the literal interpretation, and secondly a spiritual one, which generally refers to the church
Sol'Omon - The cost of the temple was, it is true, provided for by David's savings and the offerings of the people; but even while that was building, yet more when it was finished one structure followed on another with ruinous rapidity. Disasters followed before long as the natural consequence of what was politically a blunder as well as religiously a sin
Dominion (2) - ...
Again, in all three passages the verbs which are so translated are followed in the parallel clause of the verse by the words ‘exercise authority over’ or ‘upon’ (Matthew 20:25 Authorized Version and Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 || Mark 10:42 Authorized Version and Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885, Luke 22:25 Authorized Version), ‘have authority over’ (Luke 22:23 Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885), representing the words of the original κατεξουσιάζουσιν, ἐξουσιάζοντες. So wide and great was His authority over the powers of life and death, that His word, even though spoken at a distance, was sufficient to effect an instantaneous cure, as when His word of assurance spoken at Cana to the nobleman was followed immediately by the cure of his child who lay sick at Capernaum (John 4:50); and when He confirmed the faith of the centurion, who likened Christ’s power over disease to his own authority over his soldiers, by speaking the word which healed his servant (Matthew 8:8-13 || Luke 7:6-10)
Babel - A dynasty of 11 monarchs followed. Two years of anarchy followed. Two followed, then a second interreign of eight years, and Asaridanus or Esarhaddon followed, son and successor. Had the book of Daniel been the work of a late forger, he would have followed Berosus' account which was the later one
Rock - , according to which the rock (perhaps originally the well ) followed Israel; when the Tabernacle was pitched, the water gushed out afresh, the princes singing the song of Numbers 21:17
Zephaniah, Book of - The Book of Zephaniah, only three chapters in length, looks toward the punishment of all sinful nations, including Judah, followed by the restoration of Judah and the nations as well
Kulturkampf - Then followed the May Laws of 1873 dealing with the training and nomination of the clergy, the powers of ecclesiastical superiors, the establishment of a secular court for deciding ecclesiastical questions and bestowing on it the right of dismissing the clergy from their posts, curtailing the Church's power of punishing, and prescribing rules for those desirous of leaving the Church
Michal - Thence she was brought to David by Abner, as the king made her restoration the one condition of a league and demanded her from Ishbosheth; so in spite of the tears of Phaltiel, who followed behind to Bahurim on the road up from the Jordan valley to Olivet, and was thence turned back by Abner, David's messenger; and the 20 men with Abner, whose puppet Ishbosheth was, escorted her
Suffering - But Jesus’ sufferings were followed by glory, and those who suffer for his sake can look forward to sharing in that glory (Romans 8:17-18; 1 Peter 5:10)
Agriculture - Men sometimes followed the plough with a hoe to break the clods (Isaiah 28:24 )
Sardis - … Having seen a Lydian come down this precipice the day before, for a helmet that had rolled down, and carry it up again, he noticed it carefully, and reflected on it in his mind; he thereupon ascended the same way, followed by divers Persians; and when great numbers had gone up, Sardis was thus taken and the town plundered’ (Herod
Vine - This latter law apparently was not followed by New Testament times (compare Luke 13:6 )
Feasts - The Passover , followed immediately by the Feast of Unleavened Bread
New Command - The directive to the disciples followed one of the most humiliating Acts Jesus performed during his lifetime—he had washed his disciples' feet
Galilee, Sea of - coast (John 6:23) delayed the vessel of the former, until at the fourth watch Jesus came walking over the tempest tossed waves; then followed Peter's temporary walking through faith and sinking through unbelief in the same waters, and his rescue by Jesus; then they immediately reach their desired haven for which they had set out the evening before (Matthew 14:28-29; Matthew 14:33; John 6:17; John 6:21; Mark 6:45)
Pass - ) To go from one person to another; hence, to be given and taken freely; as, clipped coin will not pass; to obtain general acceptance; to be held or regarded; to circulate; to be current; - followed by for before a word denoting value or estimation
Fruit - No good results followed in their train
Germanus, Saint, Bishop of Auxerre - So says Constantius, who is followed closely by Bede (i
Hair - The practice was probably followed by Israel in early times, and the prohibition was required to distinguish them from idolaters
Shimei - Son of Gera, a Benjamite, of Saul's house; at Bahurim, a marked spot on the way from the Jordan valley to Jerusalem, just within Benjamin; to this point Phaltiel followed Michal (2 Samuel 3:16)
Acacius, Bishop of Beroea - In the general council which followed at Ephesus, A
Irenaeus, Bishop of Tyre - He was followed by deputies from the council, who, as Memnon relates, were at the count's instigation maltreated by the soldiers, and prevented from having an audience with John (Labbe, ib
Magi - The Magi believed that there were two principles, one the cause of all good, and the other the cause of all evil; in which opinion they were followed by the sect of the Manichees
Remember - 6:18), “remember” is used of God in respect to His covenant promises and is followed by an action to fulfill His covenant
Caecilianus, Archdeacon And Bishop of Carthage - The emperor confirmed the previous decisions of Rome and Arles, and followed up his judgment by laws and edicts confiscating the goods of the party of Majorinus, depriving them of their churches, and threatening to punish their rebellion with death
Eutychius - ...
The chronology of his life here followed is that fixed by Henschen in his introductory argument to the Life by Eustathius (Boll
Zechari'ah - After the death of Jehoiada, Zechariah probably succeeded to his office, and in attempting to check the reaction in favor of idolatry which immediately followed he fell a victim to a conspiracy formed against him by the king, and was stoned in the court of the temple
Rome - After the Schism of the West, the real rebirth of Rome began with Martin V, the patronage of letters and of arts, however, soon degenerating into a license and luxury which was followed by the sack of 1527
Pontus - It had not a definite geographical meaning till the founding of the kingdom of Pontus by Mithridates in the troubled period which followed the death of Alexander the Great
Genesis - Judgment inevitably followed, but in his grace God again preserved the faithful
Pelagius ii., Bishop of Rome - 589 a destructive inundation of the Tiber at Rome was followed by a plague, described as "Pestis inguinaria," of which Pelagius II
Prince (2) - writers from Plato downwards, more especially when it is followed by the genitive of the thing
Ibas, Bishop of Edessa - No immediate step seems to have followed the presentation of the libel. This advice was followed. " Eulogius, the presbyter of Edessa, who had been one of the first accusers of Ibas before Domnus, followed with a summary of the proceedings from their commencement, specifying all the real or supposed crimes laid to his charge
Sermon on the Mount - the saying about salt losing its savour is followed by that of the lamp under the bushel—a logion which appears in Mk. there are 4 Beatitudes, followed by 4 Woes which do not appear in Mt. , His disciples may have discerned in them a deeper meaning, knowing that He was accustomed to speak in parables; or He Himself may have explained them, for we must remember that in the Gospels we have excerpts from the teachings of Jesus, pregnant sayings, parables, and aphorisms that stuck in the memory, while the fuller exposition which must often have followed is rarely given, perhaps n
Beda, Historian - The de Temporibus , the latest date of which is 702, may have followed almost immediately, and the de Natura Rerum has been referred to the same date. Luke; that on Samuel followed, 3 books of it being written before the death of Ceolfrith in 716; that on St. The wise Aldfrid reigned during his youth and early manhood, but many years of disquiet followed his death, and even the accession of his friend Ceolwulf in 731 did not assure him of the end of the evils, the growth of which, since king Aldfrid's death, he had watched with misgivings
Saul - Next prophets met him, and suddenly the Spirit of God coming upon him he prophesied among them, so that the proverb concerning him then first began, "is Saul also among the prophets?" The public outward call followed at Mizpeh, when God caused the lot to fall on Saul. Many hid in caves, others fled beyond Jordan, while those (600: 1 Samuel 13:15) who stayed with Saul followed trembling. Saul's slaughter of the priests at Nob, on Doeg's information, followed (1 Samuel 22), Saul upbraiding his servants as if conspiring with David and feeling no sorrow for the king; "yet can David, as I can (1 Samuel 8:14, compare 1 Samuel 22:7), give every one of you fields and vineyards?" etc
Agriculture - In ancient times the same course was followed where hillsides were brought under cultivation (Isaiah 7:25). A beginning was made with pulse varieties, barley came next, and wheat followed. The latter method was followed both in Palestine and in Egypt, and is so still; but the use of the sickle goes back to very early times, as the excavations at Tell el-Hesy have shown
Peter (2) - He followed his father’s occupation, obtaining by it an income adequate to all the wants of his household. When our Lord began His ministry in Galilee, the two brothers Peter and Andrew were summoned by Him to become, in His own striking language, ‘fishers of men’: and this call was immediately followed by that of two other brothers, their partners in business, James and John (Mark 1:16; Mark 1:20). There followed the triple question to Peter touching his love for Jesus, with answers from the Apostle which show that he had now been purged of presumption, boasting, and rash self-confidence
Dates - Tiberius was followed by Caius Caligula in a. Nero followed Claudius in 54, and was supplanted in 68 by Galba. Otho succeeded Galba in 69, and was followed by Vespasian in 70. Vespasian was followed by his son Titus in 79
Moab - Then followed the joint invasion of Moab by Jehoshaphat of Judah, Jehoram of Israel, and the king of Edom (2 Kings 3). At Kirhareseth or Kerak his immolation of his own son struck superstitious fear into the besiegers so that they retired (2 Kings 3:27; compare Micah 6:5-8); and then followed all the conquests which Mesha records on the Moabite stone
Jacob - The leading citizens followed the king in the request. The death of his mother's nurse (Genesis 35:8 ; Genesis 24:59 ) was followed by the death of his beloved wife Rachel while giving birth to Benjamin at Ephrath (Genesis 35:19 ; Genesis 48:7 )
Apocalyptic - The usual pattern, both in Daniel and in the extrabiblical apocalypses, is that a vision is followed by an explanation of the symbolism (Daniel 7:15-27 ; Zechariah 1:7-21 ), rather like the instances in which a parable of Jesus is followed by an interpretation (Matthew 13:24-30,36-43 ; Mark 4:1-20 )
Samaria - The dispersion which followed the death of Stephen brought many preachers ‘to the regions of … Samaria’ (Acts 8:1; Acts 8:4). 348)-is proved by their taking the side of the Romans, first in the conflicts that followed the death of Herod, and again in the great war which sealed the fate of the Jewish nation
Asia Minor, Cities of - 17 was followed by dangerous tremors for the next twenty years, each one debilitating the city further. ...
Journeying inland from Miletus, a traveler followed the course of the Meander River until it joined the Lycus
Abram - If he had said, She is my wife, his death would have immediately followed. Certainly, truth at all times, and upon all occasions, is most closely and faithfully to be followed up, leaving it with the Lord to make all things minister to his own glory, and to his people's welfare
Diognetus, Epistle to - from which he took the pieces (identified by Gebhardt with that collated by Cunitz at Strasburg, where it perished in 1870) three works, each ascribed by name to Justin, were followed by the two pieces Of the Same to Greeks and Of the Same to Diognetus . " We may thus say that the true traditional writer To Greeks and To Diognetus is a certain otherwise unknown Ambrosius, convert like Justin from Hellenism to Christianity—the reply To Greeks , the assailants of the writer, being naturally followed by the response To Diognetus , the inquirer
Miracles - The ten plagues followed, which were miracles or signs of the power of God — signs not only to the Egyptians, but also to the Israelites, as is shown by the reference to them afterwards. By the time the emperors professed Christianity, followed by the masses (the 4th century), Christ had been well accredited on the earth: hence there was no further need of such signs
Proselyte - (1) The Hebrews were no longer concentrated in one narrow land where a homogeneous life was followed, but were scattered over all parts of the civilized world, and found themselves in contact with peoples who were religiously far inferior to themselves, however otherwise they might be placed, and who excited, it may be, their disdain, but also their pity. Amongst these the gospel had a different reception; it was readily accepted and eagerly followed
John the Apostle - John followed Jesus to His place of sojourn. He and Peter followed Jesus when apprehended, while the rest fled (John 18:15), even as they had both together been sent to prepare the Passover (Luke 22:8) the evening before, and as it was to John reclining in Jesus' bosom (compare Song of Solomon 8:3; Song of Solomon 8:6) that Peter at the supper made eager signs to get him to ask our Lord who should be the traitor (John 13:24)
Impostors - The fantastic Paracelsus, who illustrates the case of a charlatan who had no need to be one, was followed by Nostradamus and the famous or infamous Cagliostro
Greek Language - ...
The Golden Age of Greece was followed by the Hellenistic Greek period
Look - ...
A — 11: ἀνακύπτω (Strong's #352 — Verb — anakupto — an-ak-oop'-to ) "to lift oneself up" (ana, "up"), is translated "look up" in Luke 21:28 , of being elated in joyous expectation (followed by epairo, "to lift up")
Parables - The crowds that followed Jesus were often a hindrance, as many of the people were more interested in seeing him perform miracles than in making a spiritual response to his ministry
Samuel - ...
To the day of his death and throughout the centuries that followed, Samuel was highly respected by the people of Israel (1 Samuel 25:1; Jeremiah 15:1)
Tabernacles, Feast of - ) The feast of tabernacles, like Passover, began at full moon on the 15th day of the month; the first day was a day of holy convocation; the seven days of the feast were followed by an eighth day, forming no part of it (Leviticus 23:34-36; Numbers 29:35), a day of holy convocation, "a solemn assembly" ('atsereth ), or, as the Hebrew denotes, "a closing festival" (2 Chronicles 7:9)
Macedonia - ) has hazarded the suggestion that this man was no other than the historian of the Acts; in which case the night vision would doubtless be preceded and followed by substantial arguments by day
Blood - ...
Ezekiel 16:6 (a) This probably refers to the early days of Israel's history in the time of Abraham followed by the times of Isaac and Jacob
Rock - "Moreover brethren, (saith the apostle) I would not that ye should be ignorant how that all our fathers were under the cloud, and all passed through the sea, and were all baptized unto Moses in the cloud and in the sea, and did all eat the same spiritual meat, and did all drink the same spiritual drink; for they drank of that spiritual rock that followed them, and that rock was Christ
Come - Hence when followed by an object or person, with to or on, to befall to light on
Cut - But when an entire separation of the body is intended, it is usually followed by off, down, asunder, in two, in pieces, or other word denoting such severance
Alexander, Bishop of Hierapolis Euphratensis - of Hierapolis Euphratensis and metropolitan in the patriarchate of Antioch; the uncompromising opponent of Cyril of Alexandria, and the resolute advocate of Nestorius in the controversies that followed the council of Ephesus, A
Assembly - ’ In this interpretation he is followed by A
Now - 2, followed by kai, and, is translated "now" (RV, "but")
Passover - This was followed by a washing of hands
Marcus, a Gnostic - If so great mysteries were contained in names it naturally followed that to know the right name of each celestial power was a matter of vital importance; and such knowledge the heretical teachers promised to bestow
Proterius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria - Four or five bishops and a few monks appear to have actively supported them, and to have been included in their condemnation and in the imperial sentence of exile which followed ( Ep
Pillar - 188) says: ‘Quis non desideret illam civitatem, unde amicus non exit, quo inimicus non intrat?’...
The majority of commentators, followed by the RV_, take the name as written upon the victor and not on the pillar (the metaphor being dropped), but De Wette adopts the latter rendering, so that στῦλοι become also στῆλαι
Decapolis - Many of the people from the area joined the crowds that at one time followed Jesus (Matthew 4:25)
Theodotion, Otherwise Theodotus - which followed, as those of Aquila and Symmachus preceded, that of the LXX in Origen's columnar arrangements of the versions
Marcion, a 2nd Century Heretic - There is no direct evidence of his having carried out this design, but as its proposed method is stated to have been the confutation of Marcion by means of his own gospel, and as this is precisely the method followed by Tertullian, who is elsewhere largely indebted to Irenaeus, the work of Irenaeus may have been then written and known to Tertullian. His travels seem more likely to have preceded than to have followed his settling in Rome under Anicetus. Marcion like the orthodox taught that the death of our Lord was followed by a "descent into hell"; but Irenaeus tells us that he taught that there Cain the people of Sodom and others condemned in O. —In rites Marcion followed the church model. Luke's in the main followed the same order and were even in verbal agreement, except that the latter contains much not found in the former
Feasts And Festivals of Israel - The Feast of Unleavened Bread lasted for one week and followed immediately after Passover. Following the stipulations in Leviticus (the two lists differ slightly), this included burnt offerings of seven male lambs, one bull, and two rams, followed by a sin offering of one goat and a fellowship offering of two lambs. Numbers 10:1-10 , however, establishes that terua [ תְּרוּעָה ]'>[11] can mean both "trumpet blast" and that trumpets were sounded at the new moon; the traditional interpretation of this day as a day on which trumpets were sounded is thus reasonable and should be followed. ...
These and similar arguments are not compelling, however, and the calendar of festivals especially seems not to have followed an autumnal New Year cycle
Roman Empire - (The later list of the [1] ‘seven hills’ is not precisely the same, but consists of the first four followed by the Mons Esquilinus, the Collis Viminalis, and the Collis Quirinalis; this list is purely geographical, and has no religious significance. This war was followed by war with the Latins (340-338), in which the Samnites fought on the Roman side. This period was followed by a one year’s truce, which was broken before its end. This was followed by others, interrupted only by an Etruscan war in 311
Apocalyptic Literature - But its full importance and significance came to be realized only with Dillmann’s critical edition of the Ethiopic text in 1851, which was followed in 1853 by a thorough German translation and commentary. A short introductory discourse (37) is followed by the first Similitude, including chs. An account of the coming flood and its occasion is inserted (54:7–55:2), and is followed by the final assault of the heathen world-power (55:3–56) and the return of the dispersed Jews (57). The judgment of the Son of Man over the angels in heaven, and the sentence of kings by Him, followed by vain pleas on their part for mercy, are given next (61–64)
Abram - Others, more bold, followed the track of rivers, and the sweep of fertile valleys, and at length some built cities and formed settlements in those distant regions; whilst others, either from attachment to their former mode of life, or from necessity, continued in their pastoral occupations, and followed the supplies afforded for their flocks by the still expanding regions of the fertile earth. But a visible church relation was established between Abraham's family and the Most High, signified by the visible and distinguishing sacrament of circumcision, and followed by new and enlarged revelations of truth. Paul, he lived in tents in preference to settling in the land of Canaan, though it had been given to him for a possession, in order that he might thus proclaim his faith in the eternal inheritance of which Canaan was a type; and in bearing this testimony, his example was followed by Isaac and Jacob, the "heirs with him of the same promise," who also thus "confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims," and that "they looked" for a continuing and eternal city in heaven
Rivers And Waterways in the Bible - Since roads followed the lines of least resistance, the pattern of early trade routes conformed closely, especially in more rugged terrain, to channels and courses of the rivers and streams, and along the shoreline where the earliest fishing villages developed. when the eastern frontier of the Egyptian province of Canaan followed the Jordan. Even in postbiblical times, the eastern boundary of the Persian and Hellenistic province of Judea followed the Jordan
Luke, Gospel According to - From Luke 18:15 to the end the Markan narrative is followed (from Luke 19:45 to Luke 22:14 very closely) with few omissions, but with some insertions, e. , and the question arises which of the two Evangelists has followed this source the more closely. Now we have seen (§ 2 ) that Luke has followed the order of his Markan source very closely; it is therefore probable that he did the same with the ‘non-Markan document
Maccabees - By the agreement that followed, Hyrcanus was reduced to private life in the enjoyment of a large revenue. Pompey followed him, and Aristobulus promised to surrender. Hyrcanus, completely under the control of Antipater, supported Cassius in the struggle which followed the death of Cæsar, but in the disturbances following the death of Brutus and Cassius espoused the cause of Antony
Joseph - ’ Thereupon the chief butler recalled Joseph’s skill and his own indebtedness to him, and mentioned him to the Pharaoh, who sent for him, and was so impressed by his sagacity and foresight that exaltation to the rank of keeper of the royal seal followed, with a degree of authority that was second only to that of the throne. Instead of regarding the arrangement as a precedent to be followed in different states of civilization, ground has been found in it for charging Joseph with turning the needs of the people into an occasion for oppressing them; and certainly the effect upon the character and subsequent condition of the people was not favourable. His family belonged to Bethlehem, David’s city, but he had migrated to Nazareth ( Luke 2:4 ), where he followed the trade of carpenter ( Matthew 13:55 )
Prophet - The college training was but a preparation, then in the case of the few followed God's exclusive work: Exodus 3:2, Moses; 1 Samuel 3:10, Samuel; Isaiah, Isaiah 6:8; Jeremiah, Jeremiah 1:5; Ezekiel. ...
The formula "that it might be fulfilled" implies that the divine word spoken through the prophets ages before produced the result, which followed in the appointed time as necessarily as creation followed from the creative word
Zechariah, Book of - This is followed by the prediction of the coming king of peace a beautiful lyric which breaks in sharply upon the context, and is followed by a prediction of successful resistance to the Greeks, and victory given through Jehovah
Daniel, Theology of - But Daniel views the key empires in sequential order of four, followed by a fifth, eternal kingdom. ...
Prevalent in this book is the idea of four great world kingdoms followed by a fifth (chaps
Pottery in Bible Times - Coloration and ornamentation followed with a variety of options such as slips and paint, burnishing, incisions, impressions, and reliefs. Local pottery basically followed earlier traditions with the dominant innovation a ribbing of many vessel surfaces
Medicine - It is possible that in earlier times bleeding was not resorted to because of the taboo on blood, though in later times the Jews followed the universal practice. This is followed in Deut
Thessalonians, the Epistles to the - was obliged to flee by the Thessalonian Jews who followed him there Timothy (who apparently came to Berea separately from Paul and Silas; compare Acts 17:10 with Acts 17:14) and Silas remained there still, when Paul proceeded by sea to Athens. ...
He therefore sent Timothy, who followed him apparently to Athens from Berea (Acts 17:15), and immediately on his arrival at Athens to Thessalonica (1 Thessalonians 3:1)
Hosanna - ’ We can understand how, in this sense, ‘Hosanna’ should be followed by salutations or acclamations, ‘Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord (Psalms 118:26, Matthew 21:9, Mark 11:9), ‘Blessed is the kingdom of our father David, that cometh in the name of the Lord’ (Mark 11:10), or ‘Blessed is the King of Israel that cometh in the name of the Lord’ (John 12:13). Hosanna was, says Alford (on Matthew 21:9), ‘originally a formula of supplication, but [1] conventionally [2] of gratulation, so that it is followed by a dative, and by “in the highest,”—meaning “may it also be ratified in heaven,”—and he cites 1 Kings 1:36, where Benaiah answers David, saying, ‘Amen: the Lord, the God of my lord the king, say so too
Imagination - All these ends were perfectly served by the imaginative method of presenting truth chosen by the Great Teacher, and consistently followed by Him throughout His public life. In more illiterate periods, preachers naturally followed this method of putting their discourses into a concrete, illustrative, and vivid style; but as books have spread, and the habit of reading has become general, there has been a growing tendency to throw sermons into a more literary form
Joel, Book of - ), extending, it would seem from the promise in the second part ( Joel 2:25 ), over several years, and followed by drought and famine an severe as to necessitate the discontinuance of the meal- and drink-offering, i. The ancient Jews, as represented by the Targum, and the Fathere, who have been followed by Pusey, Hengstenberg, and others, to some extent even by Merx, regarded the locusts of the Book of Joel as not literal but symbolic
Matthew - He felt sure that the Preacher was not well disposed toward him, and his conscience would continually say to his face, How could He be? But at that so commanding gesture, and at those so commanding words, the chains of a lifetime of cruelty and extortion fell on the floor of the receipt of custom; till, scarcely taking time to clasp up his books and to lock up his presses, Matthew the publican of Capernaum rose up and followed our Lord. ...
When Matthew rose up and left all and followed our Lord, the only thing he took with him out of his old occupation was his pen and ink
Monnica - 8), she took ship and followed him, and on a stormy voyage consoled the terrified sailors, assuring them that she had seen a vision which promised safety ( ib. The burial was tearless ("cum ecce corpus elatum est, imus redimus sine lacrymis"), but another time of anguish followed, and a vain effort for relief at the bath
Nero - There followed a great rising of the Iceni (under Boudicca) and the Trinouantes. A great slaughter of the Romans and their allies was followed by the victory of Paulinus and the suicide of Boudicca
Tabernacles, the Feast of - (Exodus 23:16 ; Leviticus 23:39 ; 15:13-15) Its duration was strictly only seven days, (16:13; Ezekiel 45:25 ) but it was followed by a day of holy convocation, distinguished by sacrifices of its own, which was sometimes spoken of as an eighth day
Temple, Solomon's - The feast of dedication, which lasted seven days, followed by the feast of tabernacles, marked a new era in the history of Israel
End, Ending - (4) Eis, "unto," followed by the article and the infinitive mood of a verb, signifies "to the end that
Priest - In the generations that followed, only male descendants of Aaron could be priests
Nazarite - The Nazarites did not form an ascetic fraternity, but followed observances typifying restraint of self will and fleshly appetite and separation unto God; Romans 12:1-2, expresses the corresponding obligation of our Christian life to "present our bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God," etc
Establishments - Again; it is said, that, although there is no form of church government absolutely prescribed in the New Testament, yet from the associating law, on which the Gospel lays so much stress, by the respect for civil government it so earnestly enjoins, and by the practice which followed, and finally prevailed, Christians cannot be said to disapprove, but to favour religious establishments
Burial - ...
After burial the funeral feast followed (Jeremiah 16:6-8)
Reconcilation - The King James Version committee followed Tyndale and used atonement
Nehemiah, Book of - Doubtless it was followed in the memoirs by an account of what Nehemiah did to resume and complete these measures (cf
Tyrannus - ]'>[1] followed by Tisch
Worship - ...
Because the Christians’ worship was collective, the participants had to maintain a degree of order in the procedures they followed
Church, Gallican - But though opposed with energetic eloquence, the decree passed, and was soon after followed by another, obliging the clergy to swear to maintain their civil constitution
Titus - Paul began the due organization of the Cretan church; Titus followed up the work in every city, as Gortyna, Lasaea, etc
Moab And the Moabite Stone - Later, when Jehoram followed Ahaziah to the throne of Israel and attempted to restore Israelite control over Mesha, he was unsuccessful (2 Kings 3:1 )
Sermon on the Mount - The Sermon on the Mount represents Jesus' expectations for those who have followed Him as disciples, both ancient and modern
Piety - With what difficulty do some good men establish family worship, after living in the view of children and servants, so long in the neglect of it!...
but this would have been avoided, had they early followed the example of Joshua: 'As for me and my house we will serve the Lord
Lebbaeus - A, Λευΐς P) followed Jesus, yet he was not of the number of the Twelve, εἰ μὴ κατά τινα τῶν ἀντιγράφων τοῦ κατὰ Μάρκον εὐαγγελίου
Colossae - )-he followed the usual route of commerce down the Lycus valley, going straight to his destination without pausing to do any work by the way
Antonius - 27), and there was followed by crowds as "the man of God
Attila, King And General of the Huns - But in Eastern Europe, though Attila's kingdom was dismembered at his death, the great body of the Huns, who had followed him from the wilds of Central Asia, settled permanently in the wide plains of the Lower Danube; while, viewed as a special instrument of Providence, "a Messiah of grief and ruin," whose mission it was to chastise the sins of Christians, the "scourge (or rather flail ) of God " had an abiding influence over Western Christendom, and the virtues and merits of the saints who thwarted him by bold resistance or prudent submission shone forth the brighter, the darker became the picture of the oppressor
Aurelius, Marcus, Roman Emperor - This was followed by a famine, and that by a pestilence, which spread from Egypt and Ethiopia westward
Giant - These were followed by the Zuzim and Emim
Jansenists - A sect of the Roman Catholics in France who followed the opinions of Jansenius (bishop of Ypres, and doctor of divinity of the universities of Louvain and Douay, ) in relation to grace and predestination
Acacius (7), Patriarch of Constantinople - Acacius took no heed of the sentence up to his death in 489, which was followed by that of Mongus in 490, and of Zeno in 491
Acts of the Apostles - The persecution that followed led to the spread of the gospel
Pilate - Philo, in particular, describes him as a man that exercised an excessive cruelty during the whole time of his government; who disturbed the repose of Judea; and was the occasion of the troubles and revolt that followed
Idolatry, - (1 Kings 12:26-33 ) The successors of Jeroboam followed in his steps, till Ahab
Rab - We find this title given to John the Baptist, John 3:26 ; and frequently to our blessed Saviour; as by John's disciples, by Nicodemus, and by the people that followed, John 1:38 ; John 3:2 ; John 6:20
Harvest - They are followed by their own children, or by others, who glean with much success, for a great quantity of corn is scattered in the reaping, and in their manner of carrying it
Scotland - The Emancipation act of 1829, which granted civiland political liberty to Catholics, was preceded and followed by bigotry and persecution, but it made for the extension and development of the Church in Scotland
Parousia - Among certain Christians this view was further elaborated, so that the appearance of Christ in the sky was followed by the resurrection of the martyrs, a thousand years of peace, during which Satan was to be bound, then the conquest of Satan, the general resurrection, and the establishment of the final conditions of eternity
Lord's Supper - ( Acts 2:42 ) We can scarcely doubt that this implies that the chief actual meal of each day was one in which they met as brothers, and which was either preceded or followed by the more solemn commemorative acts of the breaking of the bread and the drinking of the cup
Philip the Evangelist - Philip belonged to a band who were scattered from Jerusalem in consequence of the persecution which followed on the death of Stephen (Acts 8:4)
Jacob - To the generations that followed, God was known as the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Genesis 50:24; Exodus 3:6; Deuteronomy 1:8; Matthew 22:32; Acts 3:13)
Profession (2) - The Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 , in substituting ‘confession’ for ‘profession’ in the translation of ὁμολογία, for the owning of the Christian faith (Hebrews 3:1) or the faith which the Christian owns (4:14), has logically followed the rendering of ὁμολογέω in its specific Christian significance, and has helped to put the distinction between the two terms in clearer light
Theodosius ii., Emperor - This law was followed by 4 others within the next ten years, following closely upon the lines of Western legislation in the same direction as contained in the previous laws; law 25, for instance, passed at Constantinople Nov
Versions - Tyndale's last edition was published in 1535; his martyrdom followed in 1536, his dying prayer being, "Lord, open the king of England's eyes. Coverdale followed "the Douche (Luther's German version) and the Latine," but Tyndale laboured for years at Greek and Hebrew. ...
Other translations to be followed when more agreeing with the original than the Bishops' Bible, namely, Tyndale's, Coverdale's, Matthew's, Cranmer's, and Geneva
Egypt - 1728 Joseph was carried into Egypt and sold to Potiphar: his exaltation followed; the famine commenced, and eventually Jacob and all his family went into Egypt. Moses was sent of God to deliver Israel, and the plagues followed. Other prophecies followed against Egypt
Mahometanism - Abd'almotalleb was therefore obliged to take care of his grandchild Mahomet; which he not only did during his life, but at his death enjoined his eldest son Abu Taleb, who was brother to Abd'allah by the same mother, to provide for him for the future; which he very affectionately did, and instructed him in the business of a merchant, which he followed; and to that end he took him into Syria, when he was but thirteen. ...
This was the first flight; but afterwards several others followed them, retiring one after another, to the number of eighty-three men, and eighteen women, besides children. Their enemies being retired, they left the cave, and set out for Medina by a bye-road; and having fortunately, or, as the Mahometans tell us, miraculously, escaped some who were sent to pursue them, arrived safely at that city; whither Ali followed them in three days, after he had settled some affairs at Mecca. He also sent letters of the like purport to several Arab princes; particularly one to Al Hareth Ebn Abi Shamer, king of Ghassan, who returning for answer that he would go to Mahomet himself, the prophet said, May his kingdom perish; another to Hawdha Ebn Ali, king of Yamama, who was a Christian, and, having sometime before professed Islamism, had lately returned to his former faith: this prince sent back a very rough answer, upon which Mahomet cursing him, he died soon after; and a third to Al Mondar Ebn Sawa, king of Bahrein, who embraced Mahometanism, and all the Arabs of that country followed his example. Their example was quickly followed by all the inhabitants of that province, except only those of Najran, who, being Christians, chose rather to pay tribute
Text of the Gospels - There never has been a unanimous tradition as to the text of Scripture: only for the three centuries that followed the first printing of the Greek NT has there been even an appearance of such unanimity. ]'>[4] omitted the words and outwent them because they contradicted Matthew 14:13 and Luke 9:11 ‘the crowds followed him. ’ He does, indeed, argue that the fresh point made by and came together unto him ‘simply spoils the point of ἐξελθών in Luke 5:34; the multitude “followed” (Mt. When Clement’s and Origen’s quotations are thus dealt with, it is found that Origen in part agrees with the text most favoured by critical editors, but that his predecessor Clement used a substantially different text of a ‘Western’ type; Origen too, in part, followed ‘Western’ texts: the conclusions to which these phenomena lead will be discussed later on
Bible - But though he followed Hugo in his division of the books into chapters, he refined upon his inventions as to the subdivision, and contrived that by verses: this being found to be a much more convenient method, it has been every since followed. The first Danish Bible was published by Peter Palladus, Olaus Chrysostom, John Synningius, and John Maccabxus, in 1550, in which they followed Luther's first German version. In 1589, it was also published in octavo, in a small but fine black letter; and here the chapters were divided into verses, but without any breaks for them, in which the method of the Geneva Bible was followed, which was the first English Bible where any distinction of verses was made
Synagogue - Their recitation by the congregation was preceded and followed by one or two short benedictions, such as that beginning, ‘Blessed be thou, Adonai, our God, King of the universe, who didst form the light and create darkness. The liturgy was followed by a lesson from the Law
Time - John’s Gospel ( John 1:39 , Genesis 7:1-241 ; John 4:52 , John 19:14 ) the modern mode of reckoning the hours from midnight to midnight is followed. forty-nine years, and was followed by the jubilee
Rome And the Roman Empire - He followed Augustus's example of not expanding the borders of the empire and thus avoiding war. 68-69) that followed Nero's death
Exodus, the - The persecution that followed on their foretold multiplication, shortly before Moses' birth (no such difficulty attended Aaron's preservation just three years previously, Exodus 7:7), was divinely overruled toward weaning them from Egypt and binding them together as one people. Then followed the ten plagues on the idols, as well as on the property and persons of Pharaoh and his people, culminating in the slaying of the firstborn and his own (Thothmes II) destruction at the Red Sea
Chronology - Matthew 1:8) names are often passed over, a man being called "the son of" a remote ancestor, his father and grandfather and great grandfather being omitted; as Joram is followed by Ozias, Ahaziah, Joash, and Amaziah being omitted. Again, Joseph was about 45 years old upon entering Egypt, 92 occupied the rest of his life; then followed, after all Joseph's brethren and that generation were dead (Exodus 1:6, etc
Thessalonians, First And Second, Theology of - It was followed by 1,2Corinthians and Galatians, which dealt with inadequate responses to the meaning of salvation. These texts in turn were followed by Ephesians, Philippians, and Colossians, which have generally been regarded as the Prison Epistles and which treat various implications of Christology for the life of the church
Boethius, Anicus Manlius Severinus - 138) to have followed her husband into banishment. ...
(3) His fall and death is mixed up by Paulus Diaconus and other writers, who are followed among modern writers by Bähr (Rom
Judas - "...
Let me only beg to add one observation more in relation to the traitor Judas, and then take a final farewell of his history forever; namely, concerning the awful death of the man, and the judgments that followed in his bowels gushing out. Think, what a spectacle! How justly the object of detestation both to God and man! And think if possible what followed
Psalms - ]'>[1] has followed the Greek version; but in the internal arrangement of the Writings, the English and Greek versions differ from one another. ...
The Psalter contains, according to the division of the Hebrew text followed by EV Jonah - The storm, the strange sleep (of self hardening, weariness, and God forgetfulness; contrast Mark 4:37-39, spiritually with Ephesians 5:14), the lot casting, and detection of Jonah and casting into and consequent calming of the sea, followed. God granted to Nineveh, however, a double mercy: (1) that the people repented immediately after threatening, (2) that pardon immediately followed repentance
Multitude - Jesus was very popular with the ordinary people; it is frequently recorded that great multitudes followed Him (cf. ‘By the reiteration of this word we are constantly reminded that our Lord, wherever He went, drew about Him eager crowds of the common people, who sometimes thronged and pressed upon Him too closely, sometimes followed Him, far from their own homes, and always heard Him gladly’ (Humphry, Commentary on the Revised Version, on Matthew 7:28)
Prosper, Saint, a Native of Aquitaine - ...
The letter of Prosper was accompanied or very soon followed by one on the same subject by Hilary, concerning whom three opinions have been held: (1) That he was the bp. It consists of 16 lines of Anacreontic metre, followed by 98 elegiac lines, describing the glory of the Christian life and having some passages of considerable force and beauty both of thought and expression
Synagogue - They were followed by the derash ( Acts 13:15 ) the exposition, the sermon of the synagogue
Hebrew - Classical Hebrew was followed by Mishnaic Hebrew, the language of the Mishnah, which reflects Hebrew as it was known from around 200 B
Habakkuk - Thus a so-called “Minor” prophet had a major influence on those who followed him
Essenes - The Greeks who followed Alexander to India marvelled at the Ascetics or Gymnosophists
Refuge, Cities of - ...
(3) In post-exilic times the cities of refuge established under the Deuteronomic Code remained, and the judicial procedure followed was very much the same, only the community presumably at Jerusalem and not the elders of the city of refuge (Numbers 35:12 ; Numbers 35:24-25 ) was to determine the guilt or the innocence of the fugitive
Reuben - It is there followed by Gilead (Gad)
Wealth - The national poverty that followed upon the Exile had been removed before the birth of our Lord, as exemplified by the magnificent buildings of Herod
le'Vites - --During the period that followed the captivity of the Levites contributed to the formation of the so-called Great Synagogue
Version - " ...
This was followed by Tyndale's translation (1525-1531); Miles Coverdale's (1535-1553); Thomas Matthew's (1537), really, however, the work of John Rogers, the first martyr under the reign of Queen Mary
Mary - This was followed by the presentation in the temple, the flight into Egypt, and their return in the following year and residence at Nazareth (Matthew 2 )
Elijah - Then immediately followed rain, according to the word of Elijah, and in answer to his prayer (James 5:18 )
Gnostics - Indeed he dwells more on the Valentinians than any other sect of Gnostics; but he shows the general principles whereon all their mistaken opinions were founded, and the method they followed in explaining Scripture
Prophesy - In the time of Samuel there were men who followed him
Timothy, Letters to - The Bible gives no details of route he followed, but among the places he visited was Corinth in southern Greece (2 Timothy 4:20)
Temperance - ’ Here the thought first ran riot, and the rest followed
Child, Children - It followed naturally that barrenness was looked upon as a reproach, i
Lord's Day - John be followed), it received a final seal as the special day of grace
Nazirite - A free-will offering followed ( Numbers 6:21 )
Nero - The long peace with Armenia which followed is to the credit of Corbulo’s consummate generalship and Nero’s skilful diplomacy
Ransom - ...
Whichever line of derivation may be followed, the resultant idea from the Hebrew terms, of which λύτρον is the representative in the Septuagint , is that the word indicates the means or cost by which a redemption is achieved
Dibon - ...
Or if the revolt followed the tragic end of the confederacy of Judah, Israel, and Edom against Moab (2 Kings 3:26-27), the date of the stone is but little later, and the completeness of the alphabet on it shows it was then no recent invention
Monk - Almost about the same time, Aones, or Eugenius, with their companions Gaddanus and Azyzias, instituted the monastic order in Mesopotamia, and the adjacent countries; and their example was followed with such rapid success, that in a short time the whole east was filled with a lazy set of mortals, who abandoning all human connexions, advantages, pleasures, and concerns, wore out a languishing and miserable existence amidst the hardships of want and various kinds of suffering, in order to arrive at a more close and rapturous communication with God and angels
Mark, Gospel of - In the days that followed, he cleansed the temple and warned of the terrible judgment that was to fall on the Jewish nation because of its rejection of the Messiah (11:12-12:12)
Lamentations, Book of - ]'>[1] , followed by the Vulgate and other versions, names Jeremiah the prophet as the author of Lam
Spirit - Caleb had a different spirit than most of his contemporaries in that he followed the Lord wholeheartedly (Numbers 14:24 )
Satan - The tests that followed were meant to demonstrate what that relation was
Alexander - Commerce followed the breaking down of national exclusiveness, and everywhere the Jews had their synagogues for prayer and reading of the Old Testament in the leading cities
Magdala - ’ This reading is followed by Tisch
Art And Aesthetics - ...
The Intertestamental Era The days which followed the Babylonian Exile proved difficult for the Jewish remnant
Cosmopolitanism - From the rejection of one race followed the acceptance of all (Romans 11:11-12)
Galerius, Emperor - ...
Political troubles which followed did not divert Galerius from persecution
Circumcision - Circumcision followed as the token or sign of the promise, so that he might be the father of all believers whether they were circumcised or uncircumcised
Habakkuk - If dated about the year 600, it falls in the reign of Jehoiakim, in the period of reaction that followed the defeat and death of Josiah at Megiddo (608)
Blindness (2) - ...
Two blind men followed Him, crying, ‘Thou Son of David, have mercy on us
Columba (1) Columcille - Columba was the first to enter the oratory, and when the brethren followed with lights they found the saint prostrate before the altar, and he soon passed away, with a sweet smile upon his face, as though he had merely fallen into a gentle sleep
David, Welsh Saint - 544); but Rice Rees, who has followed him in his computations, places his birth 20 years later, and fixes a
Cast - To throw forward, as the thoughts, with a view to some determination or to turn or revolve in the mind to contrive sometimes followed by about
Monk - ...
Almost about the same time, Aones, or Eugenius, with their companions, Gaddanus and Azyzas, instituted the monastic order in Mesopotamia, and the adjacent countries; and their example was followed with such rapid success, that in a short time the whole east was filled with a lazy set of mortals, who, abandoning all human connections, advantages, pleasures, and concerns, wore out a languishing and miserable existence amidst hardships of want, and various kinds of suffering, in order to arrive at a more close and rapturous communication with God and angels
Type - "They drank of that spiritual Rock that followed them: and that Rock was Christ," 1 Corinthians 10:4
Vine - ...
The VINTAGE followed the wheat harvest and the threshing, Leviticus 26:5 Amos 9:13
Preaching - Strictly, the ‘proclamation’ ought to be distinguished from the ‘teaching’ that followed on it
Priest - (17:8-13) It must remain doubtful however how far this order kept its ground during the storms and changes that followed, Functions such as these were clearly incompatible with the common activities of men
Judges, Book of - The result was that the Israelites followed the false religious practices of the Canaanites
Judgment - There will be an examination of their lives and works that will reveal whether they have lived for God or for themselves; whether they have followed God’s standards or the standards of the world
Julianus, Bishop of Halicarnassus - He went to Alexandria, followed quickly by Severus on his expulsion from Antioch (Liberatus, Brev
Nectarius, Archbaptist of Constantinople - His example was followed by nearly all other bishops
Prodigal Son - The fact of the young man’s wrongdoing and the sincerity of his repentance are accepted by both; but while the elder brother challenges the justice and propriety of rejoicing over the return of one who had been so headstrong and foolish, the father firmly defends the course he had followed, and, in terminating the discussion, speaks with a finality that is not to be questioned: ‘It was meet that we should make merry and be glad: for this thy brother was dead, and is alive again; and was lost, and is found
Rabbulas, Bishop of Edessa - The church of Edessa, with the East generally, followed the teaching of Diodore of Tarsus and Theodore of Mopsuestia, in which those doctrines were virtually contained, and IBAS, a presbyter of his church, who would have personal knowledge, says that Rabbûlas was no exception
Sedulius, 5th-Cent. Poet - As a rule the details of the scenes are given slightly and followed by frequent comment, sometimes dogmatical ( e
Severus Sulpicius, an Historian - 394, was followed by many others
Temperance - ’ Here the thought first ran riot, and the rest followed
Circumcision - Circumcision followed as the token or sign of the promise, so that he might be the father of all believers whether they were circumcised or uncircumcised
Daniel - ...
These revelations are concerned in the first place with the long period of confusion and conflict that followed the Persian period and reached its climax in the events of the New Testament era
Synagogue (2) - The Galilaean ruins show that these rules were not followed in the 1st cent. —Before the destruction of the Temple the ordinary services were simpler than they afterwards became; but the order followed generally the rule prescribed at a later date in the Mishna (Meg. (b) What prayers originally followed the recitation of the Shema‘, it is impossible at present to say
Government - ...
The Hebrews of Abraham's day were mostly semisedentary, living in constructed dwellings during the winter and in spring setting out with their flocks to find new pasture, a tradition they followed for some centuries (see Genesis 37:13-17 ). The pledge to God (Exodus 24:7 ) made a theocratic society out of tribes who had normally followed a casual and unregulated life, and the constitution given to them in the Sinai covenant contained specific laws that they were required to obey if they were to become a holy nation (Exodus 19:6 ). Its origins are obscure, but it may have developed during the Greek period that followed Persian rule
Peter - His true boast, "behold we have forsaken all and followed Thee," called forth Jesus' promise, "in the regeneration, when the Son of man shall sit in the throne of His glory, ye also shall sit upon twelve thrones judging the twelve tribes of Israel," and Jesus' warning, illustrated by the parable of the labourers in reproof of the hireling spirit, "the last shall be first and the first last . Then followed his protestations of faithfulness unto death, thrice repeated as well as the thrice repeated warnings (Matthew 26:33-35; Matthew 19:16; Mark 14:72; Luke 22:33-34; John 13:36-38). Peter's miracle of healing (Acts 3) was followed by one of judgment (Acts 5) (See ANANIAS
Basilides, Gnostic Sect Founder - ; followed by Eus. 35-43), followed by Massuet and Stieren in their editions of Irenaeus; but he passes over much in Clement which assuredly has no other origin. The researches of Lipsius have proved that Epiphanius followed partly Irenaeus, partly the lost Compendium of Hippolytus, this same work being also the common source of the Latin authors pseudo-Tertullian and Philaster. ) proves the book in Hippolytus's hands to have been written by an original speculator; yet this very quotation is immediately followed by a comment on it with the third person plural which here at least can mean no more than that Hippolytus held the Basilidians of his own day responsible for the doctrines of his author
Donatus And Donatism - The Caecilianist clergy were condemned for their league with a traditor and their acts repudiated as invalid; hence those who followed Majorinus were rebaptized. Augustine, "who followed no kind of useful occupation, held their own lives in fanatical contempt, and thought no death too cruel for those who differed from them; they wandered about from place to place, chiefly in the country districts, and haunted the cells of the peasants for the purpose of obtaining food. The Circumcellions rose, and frightful bloodshed followed. That event was followed by Gildo's usurpation of power in Africa, and his alliance with one of the cruellest Donatist bishops, Optatus of Thamugas
Theodorus, Bishop of Mopsuestia - His conversion was speedy, sincere, and marvellously complete, but was followed by a reaction which threatened an utter collapse of his new-found life. With the rest of the Antiochians he probably followed the old Syrian canon in rejecting II. " As a matter of fact, "death came by sin"; and the dissolution of soul and body was followed by the still more serious dissolution of the bond which in the person of man had hitherto knit together the visible and invisible creations. The same result followed in the case of each descendant of Adam who sinned; and since all si
James And John, the Sons of Zebedee - In these two accounts the call of the four disciples is the first event recorded after the beginning of the ministry; it is followed by the account of the entry into Capernaum and the teaching in the Synagogue. Luke (Luke 9:49) record his confession that the disciples had ‘forbidden’ one who cast out devils in Jesus’ name because he followed not with them. He is usually found in the other disciple of the Baptist, who at his suggestion followed Jesus (John 1:37)
Physician - ) followed Pythagoras, and also professed magical powers of healing. (1) He followed Empedokles in holding to the four elements and the four conditions, but added the four humours-black bile, yellow bile, blood, and phlegm. Herophilos of Chalcedon in Bithynia, one of the most distinguished physicians of antiquity, followed closely the methods of Hippokrates
Judges, Theology of - It is often reported that this deliverance was followed by the submission of the enemy and a period of peace during which the deliverer judged Israel, followed by the death and burial of the judge (3:10-11; 8:28-32; 10:2-5; 12:9-15)
Elect, Election - If the wrong people led, as was too often the case, disaster frequently followed. When God was consulted and his guidance was followed, blessing also ensued
Scribes - The disputational method was also followed. Jesus followed a different plan
Corinthians, Second Epistle to - Then followed the mission of Titus, carrying with him a letter, our 1 Cor. Then followed a visit (the third) to Corinth, and a stay of three months ( Acts 20:3 )
Occupations And Professions in the Bible - In fact, few Hebrews followed a profession linked to the unique structure of their religion. In earliest biblical times, the Hebrews followed their herds from pasture land to pasture land and water hole to water hole, though at times they lived for long periods near major cities (Genesis 13:18 ; Genesis 20:1 ; Genesis 26:6 ; Genesis 33:19 )
Hebrews, Theology of - 24), followed by such key words as "confidence" (v. Finally, from the broader perspective, God's gallery of heroes and heroines in chapter 11, culminating with Jesus as the supreme example of faith and endurance (12:1-4) is followed by a call to be disciplined by grace in the remainder of the epistle
the Disobedient Prophet - Many a good sermon has been drowned dead in the supper, and in the supper-talk that followed it. But then, 'some sins,' says that noble piece, the Westminster Larger Catechism, 'receive their aggravation from the persons offending; if they be of riper age, greater experience in grace, eminent for profession, gifts, place, office, and as such are guides to others, and whose example is likely to be followed by others
Coelestinus, Commonly Called Celestine, b.p. of Rome - ...
For the events which followed the council of Rome see Cyril. It was on July 10 that the three deputies appeared in the council Nestorius having been deposed on June 22; the council as Firmus of Caesarea told the deputies had "followed in the track" of Celestine's previous decision; but it must be observed after a full and independent examination of the evidence
Jeroboam - " Rejecting Jehovah's will, he was no longer king by the will of God, but a successful usurper, whose example others followed. ...
When they repented not, speedy and final judgment followed
Kingdom of God - Yet nowhere did Jesus say exactly what the kingdom was, and neither did the writers of the New Testament who followed him, even though they too spoke of the kingdom. In the great acts of God seen on the Day of Pentecost and during the months that followed, the apostles saw the power of the kingdom of God at work in a way they had never imagined (Mark 9:1)
Ireland - Charles I followed the policy of his predecessor
Righteousness - Note, for this conception of righteousness, Ezekiel 18:5-9 , where ‘doing what is lawful and right ( tsĕdâqâh )’ is illustrated by a number of concrete examples followed up by the general statement, ‘hath walked in my statutes and kept my judgments to deal truly,’ The man who thus acts, adds the prophet, is ‘just,’ rather ‘righteous’ ( tsaddîq )
Expiation, Propitiation - God promised to show His mercy after His faithful people followed certain ritual requirements
Resurrection - Likewise they expected a resurrection of the wicked that would be followed by punishment (Psalms 49:14-15; Daniel 12:2)
Bishop - ...
The "legate (angel) of the church" (sheliach tsibbur ) recited the prayers in the name of the assembled worshippers in the synagogue; the apostles, as Jews, naturally followed this pattern, under God's providential sanction: compare James 2:2, "assembly," Greek synagogue," 2 Corinthians 8:23
Magi - ...
Its pre-historic basis was a relatively pure Nature-worship, followed by the common ancestors of the Aryans in India and Persia, and still visible to us in the numerous elements which appear in both Veda and Avesta the most sacred books of India and Iran respectively
Quirinius - Zumpt (Commentatio de Syria Romanorum provincia ab Cesare Augusto ad Titum Vespasianum) has shown that Quirinius seems to have been governor of Syria on two occasions; and this clue has been followed up by independent studies of Ramsay (Was Christ born at Bethlehem?)
Son of Man - Death would be followed by victory, the resurrection from the dead (Matthew 17:9 )
Laodicea - 16), its prosperity dated from the peaceful time which followed the Roman occupation (133 b
Denial - When taunted later on with being a disciple by the rough servants gathered round the fire in the courtyard (John 18:18; John 18:25), he denied it in more categorical fashion, hoping thereby to evade further remarks, and avoid the summary ejection which would have followed the detection of his previous falsehood
Abercius, Bishop of Hierapolis - With Paul in my hands I followed (i
Doxology - So the ascription of doxologies to the risen Christ naturally followed
Iconoclastes - The council of Paris assembled in 824 by Louis the Meek, resolved to allow the use of images in the churches, but severely prohibited rendering them religious worship: nevertheless, towards the conclusion of this century, the Gallican clergy began to pay a kind of religious homage to the images of saints, and their example was followed by the Germans and other nations
Vulgate, the - ...
In the 400 years that followed, as the MS copies multiplied so did the errors, until Charlemagne sought a remedy in getting Alcuin to revise the text for public use
Decius, Emperor - The wiser and more prudent bishops such as Dionysius of Alexandria and Cyprian of Carthage followed the counsel of their Lord (Mat_10:23) and the example of Polycarp fled from the storm themselves and exhorted their followers to do the same
Judaizing Christians - One of these tenets, one which, indeed, naturally followed from their conceptions Of the Gospel dispensation, was, that its author was merely a man raised solely by the commission with which he had been honoured above the rest of his fellow creatures
Sanhedrim - As soon as the people were in possession of the land of promise, the sanhedrim followed the tabernacle, and it continued at Jerusalem, whither it was removed, till the captivity
Elisha - The messenger was scarcely arrived, when the king himself followed, and made great complaints of the condition to which the town was reduced
Come, Came - , "to make room (chora, "a place") for another, and so to have place, receive," is rendered "come" (followed by "to repentance") in 2 Peter 3:9 ; the meaning strictly is "have room (i
Praise - ...
The imperative of the Hebrew verb, followed by the Divine name, gives us Hallelujah , i
Joshua, the Book of - ...
(4) He would be following his master and predecessor Moses' pattern in recording God's dealings with Israel through him; Joshua 24:26 looks like his own subscription, as Moses in Deuteronomy 31, both being followed by an appendix as to the author's death
Doxology - So the ascription of doxologies to the risen Christ naturally followed
Phylacteries - ...
It cannot be doubted that the Pharisees and scribes in the time of our Lord used phylacteries; but how far the custom was followed by the people generally is uncertain
Zephyrinus - 17), which was probably interpreted so as to include existing converts; for in some parts it was followed by severe persecution, though there is no evidence that Zephyrinus or the Christians at Rome were then molested
Jesus Christ - ...
A time of severe testing in the wilderness followed Jesus' baptism, in which Jesus' commitment to his task and understanding of his mission were resolved. There followed that day a confusing set of actions that included other visits to the tomb, visits to the apostles, and appearances of Jesus. ...
Other appearances followed over a period of forty days, both in Jerusalem and in Galilee
Slave, Slavery - Slave-dealers followed the armies on their campaigns and purchased on the spot those who were taken captive. Jesus said to His disciples, when speaking of the high-handed exercise of authority and power in the world, ‘Not so shall it be among you’ (Matthew 20:26), and apostolic teaching followed the same line. How imperfectly Christians sometimes followed them may be gathered from the simple fact that the Synod of Elvira (circa, about a
Luke, Gospel According to - From this fundamental error it inevitably followed that he assumed the priority of St. It takes us first to the Jordan valley for our Lord’s Baptism, then to Galilee for His ministry; after that comes a journey to Jerusalem, followed by the Passion. Luke has preserved the original order, because he has so scrupulously followed the order of the proto-Mark
Greece, Religion And Society of - The parade was led by young girls from elite families, followed by attendants carrying the utensils for the animal sacrifices. The animals followed
Epiphanius, Bishop of Salamis - He returned to his diocese, followed by Paulinianus. An Ἀνακεφαλαίωσις , probably the work of Epiphanius himself (preceded by a short extract from an epistle of Epiphanius to Acacius and Paulus, and followed by an extract from the section setting forth the Catholic faith), almost literally repeats the contents of these summaries
Ephesians, Theology of - This statement of unification is then followed in verse 18 by a first-person plural construction referring to the result of that unity: " we both have access to the Father by one Spirit. " This statement of Gentile inclusion is then followed again (as in 2:16) by the first-person "we, " (v
Exodus, the Book of - The locusts followed on Pharaoh's retracting leave. The third of the third group followed, as in the close of the former two groups, without warning; the three days "darkness which might be felt" (probably owing to the S
Resurrection - The resurrection of the just to reward and the unjust to punishment resolved the otherwise meaningless existence for those who followed Yahweh during times of persecution. ...
The resurrection of Jesus is a testimony to the general resurrection of all humans, which will be followed by the dispensing of God's justice; to the righteous there will be a "resurrection of life" and to the unrighteous a "resurrection of condemnation" (John 5:28-29 ; cf
Humanity of Christ - In His home in Nazareth He followed a life of obedience (Luke 2:51 ‘subject’). When we have the passage Matthew 24:36 confessing ignorance, it is preceded by the glorious description of the return of the Son of Man in Divine majesty (Matthew 24:30), and followed by the Judgment scene of Matthew 25:31-46
Man (2) - But Jesus followed out the prophetic ideal. He was often moved to compassion by the multitudes which followed Him; they were as sheep without a shepherd; they heard Him gladly, and even tarried with Him a whole day, and that in a desert place (Mark 1:41; Mark 6:30-36)
Coming to Christ - In nearly all of them we have the simple verb ἑρχομαι followed by τρος with the accusative. In a closely allied group of passages, which we shall have occasion to notice later, ἕρχομαι is followed by ὀτισω and the genitive
Gratianus, Emperor - This blow was soon followed by another even more telling—the confiscation of the revenues of the temple of Victory, and the abolition of the privileges of the pontiffs and vestals, a measure extended to other heathen institutions (ib. ...
These laws were followed by a famine in Italy, especially in Rome, which the pagans naturally ascribed to sacrilege (Symm
Zechariah, Theology of - When the Jews returned from Babylon, they followed the restoration program of the earlier prophets, Ezekiel and Jeremiah. The former prophets had risen up to rebuke the previous generation but no repentance followed
Will of God - " His will is also the pattern to be followed in life by his people. Within the church today there are various views about how specifically God's will may be known and followed in matters of life's decisions
Baptism - In any case the ἐπίθεσις χειρῶν must refer to the laying on of hands which followed immersion (see below, 6), though Westcott would extend it to benedictions, ordinations, etc. Lydia’s baptism followed a preaching (Acts 16:18), as did that of the Corinthians (Acts 18:5)
Amen (2) - The use of Amen in this connexion was thus considerably restricted; but certain synagogue prayers were still specified as to be followed by the Amen. ...
The Rabbis in their liturgical exactness rigorously determined the sense of Amen, and, among other things, enjoined that every doxology, on whatever occasion, must be followed by this response
Scripture - Chief among these scholars were Beza, Mill, Bengel, and Bentley in the centuries that followed the Reformation. They were followed by Griesbach—1754-1812, Lachmann—1793-1851, Tischendorf—1815-1874, Tregelles—1813-1875, Westcott, and Hort, and through their labors we have a satisfactory and pure text of the Greek Testament
Passover (i.) - This investigation was preceded and followed by prayer. A second cup of wine was now poured out, and this was followed by the Haggâdâh or ‘showing forth’ (cf
Political Conditions - A certain tribute was exacted, which Herod raised on the other parts of his kingdom than Judaea; and instructions from Rome had to be strictly and quickly followed, the Imperial consent being necessary also to any arrangement as to the succession to the royal property or domains. This bad beginning was followed by an equally bitter quarrel over the restoration of an aqueduct that brought water to Jerusalem (cf
Joel - Drought and famine followed the locust infiltration
Thessalonica - The term πολιτάρχαι is not found in any classical author, though the forms πολιάρχοι and πολιτάρχοι occur; but the inscription on a marble archway, probably erected in the time of Vespasian and still spanning a street of modern Thessalonica, begins with the word ΠΟΛΙΤΑΡΧΟΤΝΤΩΝ, which is followed by the names of seven magistrates
Existence of God - The methods usually followed in proving the existence of God are two; the first called argumentum a priori, which beginning with the cause descends to the effect; the other argumentum a posteriori, which, from a consideration of the effect ascends to the cause
Body - Paul followed Jesus in opposing them by showing that the inner and outer life belong together
Readiness - The two terms are used almost interchangeably in Matthew 24:42; Matthew 24:44, as is evident from the fact that the illustration of the necessity for watchfulness by the case of the negligent householder who suffers his house to be broken through (Matthew 24:43), is followed by the exhortation to readiness in the next verse; further evidence being found in the parable of the Ten Virgins, where the proper performance of the duty enjoined in Matthew 25:13 (‘Watch, therefore’) is exhibited in the careful preparation made by the wise virgins, who are described as αἱ ἕτοιμοι, for the coming of the bridegroom
Malachi, Theology of - Perhaps Christ's severe criticism of religious leaders followed by the destruction of the temple in a
Learning - And while in most cases no regular secondary education followed, it is to be remembered that the synagogue remained a place of instruction rather than of formal worship, and also that talented young men could carry reading and study farther than public provision was made for
Manifestation - ...
This is typical of the many manifestations that followed during the three years
Spirits in Prison - But in 1 Peter 3:19, where alone in the NT the phrase ‘spirits in prison’ is found, it is immediately followed by the words ‘which aforetime were disobedient, when the long-suffering of God waited in the days of Noah,’ etc
Samaria - The woman of Samaria and several of her townsmen (John 4) were the firstfruits gathered into Christ; the fuller harvest followed under Philip the evangelist deacon (Acts 8, compare John 4:35)
Arnobius - The sight, however, of the martyrdoms which followed the edict of Nicomedia appears speedily to have touched him; and a dream or vision (says St
Burial - But if by the latter, why in the days that followed did they not produce it, and so silence the disciples’ claims? If by the former, then we have no escape from the conclusion that the Church of Christ was founded ‘not so much upon delusion as upon fraud—upon fraud springing from motives perfectly inexplicable, and leading to results totally different from any that could have been either intended or looked for’ (W
Moses - Ten plagues followed, when the Egyptians themselves, on the death of all their firstborn, were anxious for them to depart
Shechem (1) - ) Jesus remained at Shechem two days and won many converts, the firstfruits, followed by a full harvest under Philip the evangelist (Acts 8; John 4:35-43)
Aquila And Priscilla - Priscilla accompanied her Jewish husband to Corinth, where they followed their trade as tent-makers
Aetius, Arian Sect Founder And Head - On the ignominious dismissal which naturally followed, Athanasius, the Arian bishop of the place, opened his doors to the outcast, and read the Gospels with him
Feeding the Multitudes - All agree that a vast multitude followed them to their place of resort, thus defeating their purpose, and that it was the disciples who called the attention of Jesus to the needs of the people
Poetry - A sacred choir was formed, himself at its head; then followed the three chief musicians, Asaph, Heman, and Jeduthun; then Asaph's four sons, Jeduthun's six, and Heman's 14
Wise, Skilled - 13:3), and followed his plan of seducing his sister Tamar
Righteous, To Be - The righteous person followed God’s example
Almsgiving - Matthew the converted tax-gatherer who left all and followed Him, and St
Matthew - Erasmus was one of the first who contended that the present Greek is the original; and he has been followed by Le Clerc, Wetstein, Basnage, Whitby, Jortin, Hug, and many other learned men
Moravians - But a civil war, which broke out in Bohemia in 1612, and a violent persecution which followed it in 1621, again occasioned the dispersion of their ministers, and brought great distress upon the Brethren in general
Arians - The sentence of the council pronounced against him and his associates was followed by another of the emperor, whereby the excommunicated persons were condemned to banishment, that they might be debarred the society of their countrymen whom the church had judged unworthy to remain in her communion
Marriage - The selection of the bride was followed by the espousal, which was a formal proceeding undertaken by a friend or legal representative on the part of the bridegroom and by the parents on the part of the bride; it was confirmed by oaths, and accompanied with presents to the bride
Phylacteries, Frontlets - On the other hand, if the literal interpretation is followed, we should have to recognize another of the numerous instances in the Hebrew legislation, in which a deeply rooted and ineradicable practice of heathen origin and superstitious associations was adopted and given a religious signification, precisely as was done with the kindred sign of the tassels on the corners of the mantle (see Fringes, end)
Rome, - St, Paul's first visit to Rome took place before the Neronian conflagration but even after the restoration of the city which followed upon that event, many of the old evils continued
New Testament - , speaks of ‘Memoirs by Apostles and those that followed them,’ and refers to the Apocalypse (Dial
Prudence - When He withdrew to the desert on hearing of John’s death, the crowds followed Him; and Jesus, seeing them as sheep without a shepherd, had compassion on them, and began to teach them (Mark 6:34)
Severus, Patriarch of Antioch - Hoping to embrace as many as possible of varying theological colour, he followed the traditional formulas of the church as closely as he could, while affixing his own sense upon them (Dorner, Pers
Covenant - ...
The covenanting process continued after Abram sinfully followed Sarai's suggestion to take Hagar the Egyptian maid as a concubine (Genesis 16 ). ...
The speaking of the ten commandments was followed by explication and application. " The climactic point of the ceremony followed; the people were sprinkled by the blood of the covenant
Elijah - He hurls back on the king himself the charge of being, like another Achan, the troubler of Israel; "I have not, troubled Israel, but thou and thy father's house, in that ye have spoken the commandments of Jehovah, and thou hast followed Baalim. A John the Baptist, Elijah's antitype, the last representative of the Sinaitic law, must be followed by the Messiah and His Spirit speaking in the winning tones of Matthew 11:29. Casting his mantle on him as the sign of a call, he was followed by Elisha, who thenceforth became his minister, and who executed subsequently the former two commands
Atonement - To what extent can we find the more elaborate Pauline doctrine, which we shall find elsewhere in his writings, presented in such fragments of the teaching of the first Christians as we possess? How far is the apostolic interpretation of Christ’s death sustained by appeal to the experience and teaching of Jesus Himself? By what means had the swift transition been made by the apostolic teachers themselves from the state of mind concerning the death of Jesus which is presented in the Synoptic Gospels to the beliefs exhibited in their preaching in the Acts? How was the unconcealed dismay of a bewildering disappointment changed into a glorying? It is clear from the contents of the Synoptic Gospels that, whatever the confusion and distress in the minds of His disciples which immediately followed the death of Christ, they were already in possession of memories of His teaching which lay comparatively dormant until they were awakened into vigorous activity by subsequent events and experiences; these, together with the facts of their Lord’s life and the incidents of His death, may be spoken of as the sources of the apostolic doctrine of the atonement, as to its substance. Paul’s (1 Corinthians 11:23-26)-omits this reference; he is followed by Mark and Luke. This experience was followed by-...
(2) The Great Commission
Ignatius - in Lucam, 6), and is in turn followed by Jerome (de Vir. Of the itinerary he followed between Antioch and that town we know nothing. The way in which these three Asian churches vied with each other to pay court to Ignatius leads us to believe that other churches probably followed suit: ‘I write to all the churches, and I bid all men know, that of my own free will I die for God …’ (Rom
Gospels - Augustine’s theory that Mark followed, and was the abbreviator of, Matthew is now seen to be impossible, both because of the graphic and autoptic nature of Mk. This would be accounted for by their having, in these instances, followed the non-Markan document in preference to the ‘Petrine tradition. , whose interests were entirely of that age, and who was not concerned with the controversies and interests of that which followed it
Dates (2) - The lunar year was correlated with the solar by the rule that the Paschal full moon immediately followed the spring equinox. 4), and the Passover which followed soon after (xvii. 56), which is also indicated by the Passover that immediately followed
Paul - Paul, which most often have turned on the great sermons of their hero? Ramsay is of opinion that the first verse of the book implies that the writer intended to pen a third volume, similar in bulk to the Gospel and the Acts; and this would account for the narrative breaking off where it does, with a brief notice of the two years of imprisonment which followed the arrival at Rome. Luke could have used this as the winding-up of his story; and it is incredible that, knowing so pathetic and significant an event to have immediately followed the point to which he had brought his narrative down, he could have omitted to mention it. -Whereas an ordinary letter among us begins with a title of courtesy, addressed to the receiver, and ends with the signature of the writer, preceded by some phrase of courtesy or affection, while place and date stand either above or beneath the whole, an ancient letter commenced with the name of the sender, followed by the name of the recipient, together with a word of greeting, and it ended with the date and the place of writing
Passover - At its first appearance in Exodus 12:11 it is a sort of transliteration yielding the odd form Phase followed by an explanatory parenthesis, ‘(id est, transitus) Domini. The festival commences with a sanctification; then comes the first cup of wine; the aphiḳomen (half a maẓẓah, which is reserved to be eaten at the close) is set aside; the question is asked, ‘Why is this night distinguished from all other nights?’ to which a long response is given; this is followed by the first part of Hallel (Psalms 113, 114), the second cup of wine, washing of the hands; the unleavened bread (maẓẓôth) is eaten with bitter herbs (horse-radish); next comes Hillel’s ceremony (eating a piece of horse-radish placed between two pieces of unleavened bread); the aphiḳomen is eaten, grape after meals is said with considerable additions; then there is the third cup of wine and the opening of the door; Hallel is resumed (Psalms 115-118); Psalms 136 is recited with large expansions, followed by the fourth cup of wine and prayer for the Divine acceptance of the service; ‘Adir hu’, an impassioned song praying for the rebuilding of the Temple, brings all to a close
War, Holy War - ...
These examples indicate that God is not to be manipulated into giving victory because a certain set "recipe" was followed. If the Torah is strictly followed it is promised that the enemy will come out one way and flee seven ways ( Deuteronomy 28:1,7 )
Revelation, Theology of - When a temple was dedicated to Domitian on the western side of the marketplace in Ephesus, the leading city of Asia Minor and the first to be mentioned in John's letters to the churches, other cities of the province followed suit in a wave of popular fervor. Signs of God's wrath (6:12-17; trumpets; bowls) will precede the return of Christ to dispose of God's enemies (2:27; 14:14-20; 19:17-21), followed by a general resurrection and judgment (11:18; 20:11-15), and the eternal kingdom of God and Christ (11:15; chaps
Gentiles - In the great post-Exilic book of national consolation the proof of Jahweh’s Godhead is followed by the proclamation of salvation to all mankind: ‘Look unto me and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth’ (Isaiah 45:22). The announcement of His Death and Resurrection which immediately followed showed what His being the true Messiah meant for Him, although His disciples were ‘slow of heart to believe’ that it could mean what He said
Language of Christ - For not only was it the official language alike of the Lagid, Seleucid, and, after the Maccabaean interregnum, of the Idumaean Roman rulers to whom the Jews were successively subject; but its cause was furthered by the Hellenizing policy which these rulers generally followed, and by the existence, more or less, all through of a party among the Jews themselves favourable to that policy. ’ The special arguments in favour of this theory are: (1) that copies of the Septuagint could be had at a much smaller cost than Hebrew or Aramaic Manuscripts , that indeed the price of the latter was prohibitive so far as the people generally were concerned; and (2) that the OT quotations in the NT point to a very general familiarity with the Septuagint, inasmuch as the majority of them are verbatim or practically verbatim, or show unmistakable traces of the Septuagint, and particularly as in some cases the Septuagint is followed when it differs from the Hebrew
Theophilus, Bishop of Alexandria - A shriek of terror burst from many; another and another blow followed, the head was lopped off, and there ran out a troop of mice, which had "dwelt within the god of the Egyptians. Again we write, and shall do so whenever you write to us, that unless that mock trial is followed by a proper one, it will be impossible for us to withdraw from communion with John
Court Systems - The court system instituted by Jehoshaphat also followed this pattern (2 Chronicles 19:4-11 )
Tyre - Trade naturally followed
Exile - Most of the exiles in Babylon probably followed normal Near Eastern practice and became farmers on land owned by the government
Claudius - Claudius followed in person, defeated the enemy on the Thames, captured their chief city Camulodunum (Colchester), and returned to the continent after a sixteen days’ stay
Dalmanutha - He believes that Mark 8:13 originally followed immediately upon Mark 8:22 καὶ ἔρχονται εἰς Βηθσαιδάν
Peter - In this letter Peter followed the early Christian practice of referring to Rome as Babylon (1 Peter 1:1; 1 Peter 5:12-13)
Lord's Supper - )...
Then followed Psalm 113; 114
Chronology of the Old Testament - Yet we are told that Ahaziah, who followed Ahab after his death, came to the throne in the seventeenth year of Jehoshaphat, and in addition that Ahaziah’s brother Jehoram, who could be crowned only after the two years’ reign assigned to the latter, succeeded in the eighteenth of Jehoshaphat (1 Kings 22:41 ; 1 Kings 22:51 , 2 Kings 3:1 )
Devil - Even one who followed Jesus most closely and recognized His role as Messiah could be called, “Satan” for seeking to prevent Jesus from carrying out His role as Suffering Servant (Mark 8:33 )
Fall - Their transgression was speedily followed by detection and punishment; on the serpent was laid the curse of perpetual enmity between it and mankind; the woman was doomed to the pains of child-bearing: and the man to unremitting toil in the cultivation of the ground, which was cursed on account of his sin
Number Systems And Number Symbolism - In Pharaoh's dream, the seven good years followed by seven years of famine (Judges 14:12,14 ) represented a complete cycle of plenty and famine
Spirituality - Initially, this begins by repenting (metanoia [1] turning our spiritual eyes away from our former conceptions of the world to see life from Christ's vantage point), followed by concentrating on, focusing on, conceptualizing, and even imaging Christ's character and God's presence and activity primarily through Scripture reading and prayer in the context of the fellowship of believers
Priest, Christ as - A feast followed on that first day, during which Aaron and his sons ate the meat of the ram with unleavened bread (Exodus 29:32 )
Ahab - When the Assyrians came in the interval that followed, Ahab was confederate with Benhadad
Error - Sunk in stupid ignorance, vice, and worldliness, the masses, at the best, followed Him for a time in gaping wonder, thinking far more of ‘the loaves and fishes’ than of the new life and truth He placed before them
Luke (2) - His circumstances appear to have been good; otherwise he could hardly have followed Paul as he did, ministering to his ailing body
Septuagint - And His disciples afterwards followed His example both in their speeches and in their writings (Acts 8:35)
Interpretation - A part of the early community ordinarily spoke Aramaic (Acts 6:1), but Greek writers naturally followed the Septuagint rendering, even when the original tradition was in Aramaic or Hebrew
Bible, - This is followed by the many and varied judgements that will fall upon Christendom and the world, reaching to the eternal state of the new heavens and the new earth
Ezekiel, Book of - ...
Ezekiel 33-36 are prophecies against Israel, to be followed by future restoration and blessing, and judgement on those who will oppress them
Hadrianus, Publius Aelius, Emperor - ...
In his general treatment of Christians, Hadrian followed in the footsteps of Trajan
Fornication - The Greek Church still regards this law of meats as binding, though the Western Church followed St
Idatius (3), Author of Well-Known Chronicle - from which he printed the Chronicle the Fasti followed immediately, and partly because he believed that there was strong internal evidence for the Idatian authorship ( Op
Wanderings of the Israelites - Then followed the rebellion of Korah
Abraham - We have here a notice of Abraham’s arrival in the Negeb, followed by a sojourn in Gerar, where Sarah’s honour is compromised by the deliberate concealment of the fact that she is married (ch
Faith - If Christ has not merited, God had not promised; if God had not promised, justification had never followed upon this faith; so that the indissoluble connection of faith and justification is from God's institution, whereby he hath bound himself to give the benefit upon performance of the condition
Diseases - Accordingly, it is not at all surprising, if many of the Hebrews, when they left Egypt, were infected with it; but the assertion of Manetho, that they were all thus infected, and were in consequence of the infection, driven out by force, in which he is precipitately and carelessly followed by Strabo, Tacitus, by Justin Trogus, and others more recent, is a mere dream without any foundation
Joseph - We learn from the evangelists that he followed the occupation of a carpenter, Matthew 13:55 ; and that he was a just man, or one of those pious Israelites who looked for the coming of the Messiah, Matthew 1:19
Clean, Cleanness - If the rules for food were followed, the Hebrews could expect to enjoy good physical health
David - Other encounters, however, between Israel and Judah followed (2 Samuel 3:1,5 ), but still success was on the side of David. This was soon after followed by a pestilence, brought upon the land as a punishment for David's sinful pride in numbering the people (2 Samuel 24 ), in which no fewer than 70,000 perished in the space of three days
Hezekiah - " Then an atonement was made for the kingdom, the sanctuary, and Judah, with a sin offering of seven bullocks, seven rams, seven lambs, and seven he-goats; then followed the burnt offering, while "the Levite singers sang with the words of David and Asaph the seer, and the trumpets sounded. " Then followed the Passover, in the second month, "because the priests had not sanctified themselves sufficiently, neither had the people gathered themselves together to Jerusalem," so as to keep it in the regular month (Numbers 9:10-11; compare Exodus 12:6; Exodus 12:18)
Galatians, Epistle to the - On hearing this the Apostle hastily wrote the Epistle to check the evil, and (probably) soon followed up the Epistle with a personal visit. Paul wrote off hastily, despatched Timothy back with the letter, and as soon as possible followed himself ( Acts 18:23 )
Ships, Sailors, And Navigation - Where wood was available, the bark canoe (a troughlike strip of bark with clay ends) was followed by the dugout which required a cutting tool or controlled use of fire in its production. The invention of the two-banked galley soon followed to increase the number of rowers and the speed of the vessel without increasing the length and reducing the seaworthiness of its hull
Hosea - A pattern of judgment followed by hope recurs in each of the first three chapters
Egypt - This was followed by the Middle Empire, the most powerful dynasty of which was the Twelfth
Confess, Confession - In Ezra's day, for example, confession of sin in taking foreign wives was to be followed by a putting away of those wives (Ezra 10 )
John, the Gospel of - ...
We do not know what happened to the Johannine community after the writing of the epistles, but we may conjecture that the remnant that followed the elder was assimilated into the emerging church of the second century while the elder's opponents, with their Docetic Christology, probably found their way into the developing Gnostic groups
Benedictus of Nursia, Abbott of Monte Cassino - He was sent as a boy to be educated at Rome; but soon, shocked by the immorality of his companions, fled, followed by his nurse (Cyrilla; Petr
Surname - ]'>[8] indicates that he was one of many who followed the occupation of a tanner
Temple - A second arrest of apostles followed, but the report has it that the angel who released them bade them go and speak in the Temple all the words of this life (Acts 5:17-20), and accordingly they are again found standing there and teaching the people (Acts 5:25)
John, the Letters of - The structure followed here is based on the repetition of the statement “God is” three times in the Epistle: “God is light” (1 John 1:5 ), “He is righteous” (1 John 2:15-1785 ), and “God is love” (1 John 4:8 )
Titus (Emperor) - Afterwards he followed the usual career in the law courts, and at the same period married Arrecina Tertulla, daughter of the knight M
Hope - Philo Judæus, who represents philosophic Judaism at the farthest remove from popular Messianic enthusiasm, nevertheless makes hope (followed by repentance and righteousness ) the leader in his triad of the elementary religious virtues (cf
Idolatry - Had not Caligula’s death so soon followed his insane proposal to erect his statue in the Temple, the Jews would assuredly have offered the most determined resistance; a century later they did actively resist Rome when Hadrian desecrated the site of the ruined Temple
Lord's Prayer - It was delivered unasked, as a specimen of right prayer, in contrast to the hypocritical and superstitious habits which the Master condemned; and it is followed by an instruction on forgiveness
Proverbs, Book of - These short wisdom forms contain imperatives or prohibitions, usually followed by a motive clause which gives a reason or two for doing that which is being urged: “Do not remove an ancient landmark or enter the fields of the fatherless; for their Redeemer is strong; he will plead their cause against you” (Proverbs 23:10-11 )
Abraham - Dutifully and without questioning, Abraham followed the ritual procedure, and at the climactic moment God intervened on behalf of Isaac (Genesis 22:11 ), stating that Abraham had passed the divinely imposed test of submission and faith (Genesis 22:12 )
Church - If they are found to be proper persons, they must then be admitted; and this should always be followed with prayer, and with a solemn exhortation to the persons received
Church - " Then followed the government and ministry, which are not specified in detail until the pastoral epistles, namely, 1 and 2 Timothy and Titus, the latest epistles
Draw - To produce to bring, as an agent or efficient cause usually followed by a modifying word as, piety draws down blessings crimes draw down vengeance vice draws on us many temporal evils war draws after it a train of calamities
Love-Feast - Paul’s words μετὰ τὸ δειπνῆσαι in 1 Corinthians 11:25 make it fairly certain that Chrysostom is wrong in his statement that the Eucharist was followed by a meal
Hymns - ...
The Song of the living creatures in 4:8 varies from the Sanctus of Isaiah’s vision which is followed in the Liturgies and the Te Deum
Altar - Apparently the Exodus restrictions concerning unhewn stones, like those concerning steps, were not consistently followed throughout the Old Testament period
Bread - ...
To the crowd that selfishly followed Christ the giving of bread as by Moses was the sordid summary of Messianic hope (John 6:31)
Synagogue - ...
The prophets were similarly read as second lessons; the exposition (derash ) or "word of exhortation" followed (Acts 13:15; Acts 15:21)
John the Baptist - It was part of His fulfilment of all righteousness ( Matthew 3:15 ), and was followed by His anointing with the Holy Spirit
Bethesda - ...
The last clause of John 5:3 and the whole of John 5:4, containing the account of the troubling of the water by an angel and the miraculous healing that followed, are relegated to the margin in Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885, on the ground of their omission by the ancient manuscripts א BD, and the exceptional number of variants in the other MSS Fish, Fisher, Fishing - Several of the first and principal disciples followed the calling of fishermen
Columbanus, Abbat of Luxeuil And Bobbio - of that missionary enterprise in remote countries of Europe which was afterwards so largely followed up from England and Ireland, as the names of Cilian, Wilfrid, Willebrord, Boniface, Willibald, Willehad, remind us
Diodorus, Presbyter of Antioch - It followed that Mary could not be properly termed the "mother of God," nor God the Word be strictly called the Son of David, that designation belonging, according to human descent, to the temple in which the Divine Son tabernacled
Euphemius, Patriarch of Constantinople - Euphemius (4) , 3rd patriarch of Constantinople, succeeding Fravitta and followed by Macedonius II
Euric, King of Toulouse - Fresh successes in Gaul followed close upon the Spanish campaign
Reconciliation - The feeble criticism of Socinus, on this passage, in which he has been followed by his adherents to this day, is thus answered by Grotius: "In this passage the dative Θεω , to God, can only be governed by the verb αποκαταλλαξη , that he might reconcile; for the interpretation of Socinus, which makes to God stand by itself, or that to reconcile to God is to reconcile them among themselves, that they might serve God, is distorted and without example
Passover And Feast of Unleavened Bread - Then followed the washing of hands and offering a prayer
Jerusalem - During the eighty-eight years which followed, many churches and convents were erected in the holy city
Pass'Over, - (Strictly speaking the Passover only applied to the paschal supper and the feast of unleavened bread followed, which was celebrated to the 21st
Judah - ...
Judah and Simeon followed up the conquest (Judges 1:9; Judges 1:19-20), occupying the mountain and the graingrowing Philistine tract, with Gaza, Askelon, and Ekron, but unable to drive out the Canaanites from the valley (Emek) where their chariots gave the latter the advantage (Judges 1:19), but in Judges 1:9 "valley" is shephelah , rather the low hilly region between the mountain and the plain
Covenant - God gave David this promise by means of a covenant that followed on from his earlier covenants, namely, those with Abraham and with the nation Israel (2 Samuel 7:12-17; 2 Samuel 23:5; Psalms 89:3-4; Psalms 89:28-37)
Maxentius, Joannes, Presbyter And Archimandrite - An active correspondence followed between Constantinople and Rome, during which Possessor, an African bp
Ambrosius of Milan - In doctrine he followed reverently what was of best repute in the church in his time, carefully guarding his own and his people's orthodoxy from all heresy, and urging, but with wholesome, if not always consistent, qualifications, the ascetic religious perfection which the best Christians were then pursuing. In the depth of his grief Ambrose pronounced a funeral discourse upon his brother (de Excessu Satyri ), which was followed seven days after by a sermon upon the hope of a future life (de Fide Res. 7), and is said by him to have been an imitation of Eastern customs, and to have been followed generally throughout the church
Augustinus, Aurelius - With bitter self-reproach he tells us of the deceit by means of which he left his mother, who had followed him to Carthage, behind ( Conf. Monnica, probably accompanied by his brother Navigius, soon followed her son to Milan ( Conf. When Pontitianus had gone he poured out his incoherent feelings to the astonished Alypius and then followed by his friend fled into the garden
Gregorius (14) Nazianzenus, Bishop of Sasima And of Constantinople - Gregory answered by proposing to Basil to join them at the Tiberine, where the ascetic life in common could be followed and the duties of home performed (Ep. The monks of his diocese were devoted to Athanasius, and there followed a division in the church, which Gregory alone could heal. He seems soon afterwards to have returned to Nazianzus, whither he was followed by Basil, who had resolved (by way of securing his own rights) to make Sasima a bishopric, and Gregory the first bishop
Apostles - A serious mistake would be followed by calamitous results. Yet what materials lay ready to their hand! What were the sentiments with which our Lord addressed Himself to the task? What was His appearance as He stood on the mountain side and called His followers to Him? How did these followers feel as they perceived that He was about to make a choice among them? Was there excitement among the crowd? Was there strong desire on the part of many to be chosen? Was there any discussion as to the principles He followed in the choice, or did reverence prevent all debate? Was there much disappointment when the number was completed? Was there surprise at the persons named? Not less instructive would be some knowledge of the sentiments of the Apostles when they stood together for the first time in the presence of our Lord. The rest belonged to the same rank in life, and followed similar occupations
Marriage - In some cases there seems to have been nothing beyond the betrothal ( Genesis 24:63-67 ); or the wedding festivities followed it at once; but in later times there was a distinct interval, not exceeding a year in case of a virgin. ...
The marriage supper followed, usually in the home of the bridegroom ( 2Es 9:47 ); Genesis 29:22 , Judges 14:10 , Tob 8:19 are easily explained exceptions
Trade And Commerce - The attitude which the philosopher Plato adopts towards manual industries as βάναυσοι, ‘base, ignoble, vulgar,’ was only too faithfully followed by the whole class of writers, Greek and Roman. -Trade in the Roman Empire both preceded and followed the eagles of the Roman army
Vespasian - Titus’ departure followed in the first half of 69. On 21st December Antonius came to Rome and captured it, the capture being followed by the death of Vitellius
Sin - They followed and worshiped the gods of the nations around them (Judges 2:10-13 ). The sin of human sacrifice followed in the reigns of such kings (2 Kings 21:6 )
Sanctification - The Pharisees followed the Law, having first tinkered with its meaning and application. The Judaizers followed after Paul, preaching a pregospel "gospel" of legalism
Genealogies of Jesus Christ - If, therefore, the compiler followed a pedigree ready to hand, he did so only as far as the step ‘Jacob begat Joseph’; and textual criticism will not help us to reconstruct the presumed original document beyond that point. Attempts to harmonize the two genealogies have not been successful, and it is only necessary to indicate the general lines they have followed, and to collect such pieces of evidence as may throw light on the possible transmission of the pedigree
Metaphor - Paul refers to the Rabbinic legend that the rock followed the Israelites during their march. It has been remarked: ‘We must not disgrace Paul by making him say that the pre-incarnate Christ followed the march of Israel in the shape of a lump of rock!’ (quoted by Findlay in Expositor’s Greek Testament , ad loc
Money (2) - Schürer holds that the Romans imposed their monetary standard more rigorously in Palestine than elsewhere, and that even the Herodian coins followed the Roman system (HJP Propitiation - In the LXX_ it is commonly construed with περί (‘on behalf of’), followed by the person on whose behalf the propitiatory act is performed. (b) Its use in the Levitical system is especially associated with the sin-offering, whose characteristic potence lies in the blood of the sacrifice, because ‘the blood is the life,’ and it is followed by ‘it shall be forgiven him’ in reference to sin; whether the fault is ritual or moral is not always clearly distinguished
Galatians, Letter to the - In Galatians 1:1-5 Paul gave greetings to the churches, but he omitted the statement of praise or thanksgiving which normally followed
Daniel, Book of - The Christian church has followed the Septuagint in placing Daniel among the prophets, but Protestant Christianity has not accepted the additions, whereas the Catholic tradition has
Peter - Andrew and John hearing it, followed Jesus, and abode with him where he was
Suffering - Glories followed His sufferings (1 Peter 1:11)
Ezra, Book of - God's Word Must Be followed
Genseric, King of the Vandals - Universal oppression of the natives followed
Trinity - All three persons were involved in the miraculous coming of the Son into the world (Acts 5:30-32), and the life and ministry of Jesus that followed should have shown people that God existed as a Trinity – Father, Son and Holy Spirit (Matthew 3:16-17; Matthew 12:28; Luke 4:18; John 3:34-35)
Judgment - ‘That day and hour’ (Matthew 24:36), ‘the resurrection of life’ and ‘the resurrection of judgment’ (John 5:29), are the antithetical statements of what takes place after the resurrection, which to one class of men is entrance into life, and to the other entrance into judgment followed by spiritual death
Hopkinsians - That the infinitely wise and holy God has exerted his omnipotent power in such a manner as he purposed should be followed with the existence and entrance of moral evil into the system
Atonement, Day of - As the Passover was the nation's feast of joy, so the day of atonement was its day of penitent humiliation; and the atonement was its indispensable preparation for the joy that followed in the feast of tabernacles or ingathering of fruits
Genesis - Reconciliation with his brother Esau is followed by deception on the part of his sons
Trinity - ...
In 1 Peter 1:2 , the trinitarian formula is followed with reference to each person of the Godhead
Ascension of Jesus Christ - His answer is his commission to them to be his witnesses, followed by his ascension
Edom - Psalm 83 is the earliest of the series, for it anticipates victory and is a thanksgiving beforehand, which was the very ground of the victory which actually followed (2 Chronicles 20:21-22)
Wilderness (2) - That wilderness was the refuge of David when persecuted by Saul (1 Samuel 22-26); he knew it from the time of his youth, having, when a boy, followed there the herds of his father (1 Samuel 16:11; 1 Samuel 17:15; 1 Samuel 17:34)
Babylon - A second visit followed in 1817
Forgiveness - ...
According to the Levitical code, when wrong was done between man and man, the first requlsite in order to Divine pardon was restitution, which had to be followed up by a service of atonement (Leviticus 6:2-7 )
Immanuel - ]'>[4] should be followed, AV Language of Christ - The Syrian and Assyrian in vaders of the Northern Kingdom had passed, though leaving their mark, and a period of Jewish ascendency had followed, created by the victories of the Maccabees
Bible, Translations - Coverdale's Bible was followed by Matthew's Bible in 1537
Antiochus - At first he followed the liberal policy of his predecessors; but when it suited his purpose to plunder the Jews and destroy their polity, he did not hesitate, and the corruptions prevalent and the rivalries of Jason and Menelaus for the high priesthood afforded him the occasion
Pope - By it, when a cardinal perceives that when one or very few votes are wanting to any one for whom he has not voted at that time, he must say that he accedes to the one who has near the number of votes requisite; and if his one vote suffices to make up the two-thirds, or if he is followed by a sufficient number of aceeders, or new voters, for the said cardinal, the election is accomplished
Imitation - What we have to insist upon is this—Christ cannot be truly followed by imitating Him in externals
Intercession - he exhorts that ‘supplications, prayers, intercessions, thanksgivings, be made for all men, for kings and all that are in high place,’ a direction which, as we shall see presently in the letter of Clement, was fervently followed in the Church in Rome, from which city he wrote this last Epistle
Jeremiah, Book of - The prophecies are not arranged chronologically, but there is doubtless a divine reason why that order is not followed
Genealogy - In later chapters the same method is followed with regard to tribes more or less closely related to Israel; the connexion is explained by deriving them from an ancestor related to Abraham
Genesis - , the Creation, when the Sabbath was instituted; the Flood, followed by the prohibition of eating the blood; and the Abrahamic Covenant, of which circumcision was the perpetual seal
Guilt - ...
‘By submitting to the awful experience which forced from Him the cry, “My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?” and by the Death which followed, He made our real relation to God His own, while retaining and, in the very act of submitting to the penalty of sin, revealing in the highest form the absolute perfection of His moral life and the steadfastness of His eternal union with the Father’ (Dale, The Atonement , p
Ave Maria - ’...
It is fair to remember that, whatever lines the devotions to Mary ultimately followed, they were, in their original intention, undoubtedly devotions to Christ
Benedictus - Zacharias had lived through all the shame that followed, and the further Roman outrages of Crassus, who robbed the Temple (b
Blasphemy (2) - The evil eye is followed by the evil tongue, the one by look and the other by speech expressing malignity towards a fellow-man
Discourse - For our purpose it will not be necessary to take account of critical questions concerning the differences between the Fourth Gospel and the Synoptics, or between the Synoptics themselves, or to pay attention to matters of harmony and chronology, though under each grouping the commonly accepted order of events is followed
Clovis, King of Salian Franks - Many wars and conquests followed (Greg
Bethlehem - But the New Testament was not the guide which was followed by the mother of Constantine, to whom the original church owed its foundation
Hopkinsians - That the infinitely wise and holy God has exerted his omnipotent power, in such a manner as he purposed should be followed with the existence and entrance of moral evil in the system: for it must be admitted, on all hands, that God has a perfect knowledge, foresight, and view of all possible existences and events
Herod - This event was followed, according to the Gospel of St
Shepherds - The patriarch Jacob, though he was the son of a shepherd prince, kept the flocks of Laban, his maternal uncle; and his own sons followed the same business, both in Mesopotamia, and after his return to the land of Canaan
Nin'Eveh - Botta's discoveries at Khorsabad were followed by those of Mr
Old Testament - This was followed, in 1494, by the 4to or 8vo edition printed by Gersom at Brescia, remarkable as being the edition from which Luther's German translation was made
Proselyte - ...
The bitterness engendered by the persecution which followed the failure of the rising against Hadrian (a
Jeremiah - Foolishly, Zedekiah followed their advice instead of Jeremiah’s, and brought upon Judah a long and devastating siege
Intercession - he exhorts that ‘supplications, prayers, intercessions, thanksgivings, be made for all men, for kings and all that are in high place,’ a direction which, as we shall see presently in the letter of Clement, was fervently followed in the Church in Rome, from which city he wrote this last Epistle
Holy Spirit - ...
With the coming of Jesus and the events that followed in the early church, people now had a better understanding of what God had been doing during the pre-Christian era
Jesus Christ - " Then followed the scribes' accusation of the woman from the law, but He who wrote on stone that law of commandments now writes with His finger on the ground (the law of mercy), showing the power of silence to shame the petulant into self recollection, the censorious into self condemnation. followed by the same silent gesture, made them feel the power of conscience and withdraw
Benjamin - of the tabernacle, which it followed (Psalms 80:2) under its captain Abidan, son of Gideoni (Numbers 2:18-24)
Tithes - The scathing irony of his question, ‘did I commit a sin in debasing myself [7] in order you might be raised up?’ is followed by the startling emphasis of his expressions (note the collocation δωρεὰν τὸ τοῦ θεοῦ εὐαγγέλιον, and his use of the military terms ἐσύλησα, ὀψώνιον, 2 Corinthians 11:7 f
Prophecy, Prophet - This was followed by the establishment of additional schools in other centres (1 Samuel 19:18-20; 2 Kings 2:3; 1 Kings 22:5-81; 2 Kings 4:38)
Lazarus - Christ takes care of the dust of Lazarus against the day of His appearing, and receives his soul to Himself "in Abraham's bosom" (image from a feast; compare John 13:25), whose faith Lazarus followed
Government - In this respect particularly, the office of judge differed from that of king which followed
Apocrypha - The Gospel of Peter presents, after an otherwise straightforward account of the crucifixion, a vivid narration of the resurrection of Jesus: two angels come down from heaven, enter the tomb, and exit with Jesus, followed by a talking Cross
Sin - The Bible affirms that every person who has lived since has followed their example
Elijah - Then followed a still small voice (Heb
Happiness - This joy He offered all who followed Him (John 16:24), and He was anxious to complete the joy of His disciples (John 15:11; John 17:13)
Stoning - Stephen was simply done to death by a fanatical mob without even the pretence of a hearing, and the idea of a trial before the Sanhedrin, followed by a regular Jewish stoning, must be summarily dismissed (Paul: his Life and Works, Eng
the Woman With the Issue of Blood - She followed Him about with her sin wherever He went
Head - The Lord JESUS came as a servant of GOD, though He Himself was GOD and so He followed out all the will, plan, and purpose of GOD, His Father
Feasts - Then followed the reading of the law and renewal of the covenant
Widow - The adult Jesus followed in the footsteps of his prophetic predecessors with his concern for the plight of the widow
Benediction - ’ The statement in Luke 24:30 that the risen Christ was recognized in the breaking of bread seems to imply that the disciples were familiar with the manner in which He acted on such occasions, and that there was something peculiar or characteristic in the procedure which He followed
Excommunication - ...
For cases in which physical ill followed ecclesiastical censure see Acts 5:1; Acts 8:20; Acts 13:10
Versions of the Scripture, Ancient - The Dark Ages followed, especially where Rome had its sway, and light and learning diminished
Prophets - Amos, therefore, speaks of it as an extraordinary case, that though he was not one of the sons of the prophets, but a herdsman, "yet the Lord took him as he followed the flock, and said unto him, Go, prophesy unto my people Israel," Amos 7:14-15
Socinians - ...
These failures, which the ardour, the ability, and the high rank of many who engaged in the diffusion of Socinianism were unable to prevent, were soon followed by their expulsion from the country in which they had so long remained in security and peace
Isaiah - This is followed, Ezekiel 28:9 , by one of the boldest and most animated personifications of hades, or the regions of the dead, that was ever executed in poetry
Propitiation - When we only regard the consequences which have followed sin in society, from the earliest ages, and in every part of the world, and add to these the many direct and fearful inflictions of punishment which have proceeded from the "Judge of the whole earth," then, to use the language of Scripture, "our flesh may well tremble because of his judgments
Red Sea - It was during the night that the Israelites crossed, and the Egyptians followed
David - Hither, however, he was followed, 1 Samuel 19:1-24, and again he fled; his stay with Samuel, whom he had perhaps not seen since the anointing, being in all probability not longer than a day or two
Patriarchs, the - Esau grew up to be a hunter, while Jacob followed the more sedentary life-style of his father by supervising the family's flocks and herds, moving with them when it was necessary to find fresh pasture (Genesis 25:27 )
Deuteronomy - ...
Under Manasseh there followed a strong reaction, which resorted even to persecution
Peter - He and John were the only two who rallied from the panic in Gethsemane ( Matthew 26:56 b) and followed their captive Lord ( John 18:15 ; cf
Phoenicia, phNicians - In the interval of Assyrian weakness which followed, Phœnicia became once more independent, and when the powerful Tiglath-pileser iii
Plagues, the Ten, - The seventh plague, beginning a new series, seems to have been aimed like those which followed, to demonstrate the power of Jehovah over all the elements, and even life itself, in contrast with the impotence of the idols
Benediction - ’ The statement in Luke 24:30 that the risen Christ was recognized in the breaking of bread seems to imply that the disciples were familiar with the manner in which He acted on such occasions, and that there was something peculiar or characteristic in the procedure which He followed
Power - Whereas previously in religion men were the supplicants, and sacrificed unto their deities, and propitiated them by gifts and promises of devotion, in this Kingdom God Himself was the chief sacrificer, offering His only-begotten Son; and the Almighty sought to reconcile the weak unto Himself (John 3:16; John 3:18; John 12:27; John 18:37), with this leading fact of the Kingdom all the others followed in complete agreement
Theodosius i., the Great - This was followed by his first edict about religion, issued at Thessalonica, Feb
Trajanus, m. Ulpius - " Trajan replied with the following rescript: "You have followed the right course, my dear Secundus, in investigating the cases of those denounced to you as Christians, for no fixed rule can be laid down for universal adoption
Aristion (Aristo) - ’ The corruption followed by Eusebius (and probably even by Irenaeus in this passage, though he transcribed others where ‘the Elders’ were correctly described as ‘disciples of the Apostles’), involves only the change (by assimilation) of three letters, ΟΙΤΟΥ(ΤΩΝ)ΜΑΘΗΤΑΙ becoming ΟΙΤΟΥ(ΚΥ)ΜΑΘΗΤΑΙ. 989) Armenian tradition followed the Sinaitic, or older Syriac, in omitting the Mark-Appendix
Inspiration And Revelation - Another apparently insignificant series of facts-the Life and Death of One who lived as a peasant in an obscure corner of the Roman Empire-is followed by enormous consequences. intelligently know, grasp, and understand-the things that were freely given to them by God, the whole bountiful purpose of God in Christ, the Incarnation with all that led up to it and that followed from it-its consequences nearer and more remote
Romans Epistle to the - ” ’ He suggests that the short letter to Ephesus followed that to Romans in the letter-book (a book containing copies or letters sent or received) of Tertlus, St. ’ Hort tries to explain away Origen’s evidence, but he has not been generally followed; see Sanday-Headlam, p. ” ’ He suggests that the short letter to Ephesus followed that to Romans in the letter-book (a book containing copies or letters sent or received) of Tertlus, St
Persecution - Thus even the unborn child was burnt for heresy! O God, what is human nature when left to itself! Alas! dispositions ferocious as infernal then reign, and usurp the heart of man! The queen erected a commission court, which was followed by the destruction of near eighty more. Then followed the conventicle act, and the Oxford act, under which, it is said, eight thousand persons were imprisoned and reduced to want, and many to the grave
Boyhood - We lay stress on this, because we believe that views of one side of Eastern life are often applied too widely, and because from this freer, higher status of woman in Israel there followed her greater fitness for wifehood and motherhood. They taught that Samuel was 12 when he began to prophesy (1 Samuel 1:24 is followed by 1 Samuel 2:19; 1 Samuel 2:21, implying an interval of some years before 1 Samuel 3:4, at which time Samuel was old enough to open the doors of the house of the Lord, 1 Samuel 3:15
Gregorius Nyssenus, Bishop of Nyssa - Gregory's deposition was followed by his banishment by Valens (Greg. One sorrow followed close upon another in Gregory's life
Jeremiah - Worship was centralized at the royal Temple of Jerusalem; and the ‘covenant’ with Jehovah made by king and people there in the terms of Deuteronomy, followed by the memorable Passover feast, was designed to inaugurate a new order of things in the life of the people; this proved, in fact, a turning-point in Israel’s history. Jerusalem was razed to the ground; the survivors of the siege, and of the executions that followed, were carried into exile
Beatitude - ’...
The seven Beatitudes in Luke 6:3-9 describe the graces of the Christian character; these are followed in Luke 6:10 by another Beatitude which assumes that those who possess these graces, and are, therefore, not of the world, will, so long as they are in the world, be exposed to its hatred. This course is followed by some because the eighth Beatitude is not a declaration of the blessedness of character, and by others because its promise of the Kingdom of heaven merely repeats what has already been said
Ascension of Isaiah - It is followed by a spiritual translation to heaven, the body being left in the world (4:17). ’ There is a temporary Messianic Kingdom, and (?) a feast (4:16), followed by a spiritual consummation in heaven (cf
John, the Gospel by - The Lord became a centre for such, and ...
1, His dwelling place an abode for them; ...
2, He is the One to be followed down here; ...
3, He is the hope of Israel. But this was for another world — for life eternal; one's life in this world must be hated, and a rejected Christ followed
Trade And Commerce - The attitude which the philosopher Plato adopts towards manual industries as βάναυσοι, ‘base, ignoble, vulgar,’ was only too faithfully followed by the whole class of writers, Greek and Roman. -Trade in the Roman Empire both preceded and followed the eagles of the Roman army
Pharaoh - , the second king of the Twentieth Dynasty, gives at length an account of a great exodus from Egypt, followed by wide-spread confusion and anarchy
Timothy, Epistles to - Indeed, if we followed it to its logical issues, it would lead us to conclude that even the three Pastoral Epistles are themselves the work of different authors, for each of these Epistles contains a large number of words absent from the other two
David - The failures of the kings who followed David set him in an increasingly favorable light, so that Israel's hopes crystallized around the coming of a future king like David (Isaiah 16:5 ; 55:3-5 ; Jeremiah 23:5 ; 33:17-26 ; 36:30 ; Ezekiel 34:23 ; Zechariah 9:9 ; 12:8,10 )
Clean, Unclean - Animal slaughter was limited: only for food, only certain species, only if certain procedures were followed
John - Many would agree, however, that the strongest case can be made for the apostolic authorship of Revelation, followed in order by the Gospel and Epistles
Liberty - The development of such a notion naturally followed upon the development of the notion of conscience itself, which in turn was bound up with the growing sense of human individuality and personal responsibility
Festivals - The cycle of the week with its climax on the seventh day, provided the cyclical basis for much of Israel's worship: as the seventh day was observed, so was the seventh month (which contained four of the national festivals), and the seventh year, and the fiftieth year (the year of Jubilee), which followed seven cycles each of seven years
Seven Words, the - The word of victory is followed by the word of rest—rest after the burden and heat of the day
Tiberius - A serious disagreement between Germanicus and Piso, the governor of Syria, was followed by the death of the former on 10th October 19
Levites - Korah's rebellion through seeking the priesthood was followed by a fresh defining of the Levites' office (Numbers 16; Numbers 18:1-7)
Stranger, Alien, Foreigner - Peter’s impressive adaptation of Hosea 2:23 to the Gentile Christians of Asia Minor, οἵ ποτὲ σὐ λαὸς νῦν δὲ λαὸς θεοῖ (1 Peter 2:10), is immediately followed by his appeal to them as πάροικοι καὶ παρεπίδημοι
Jehoram - Then followed a divinely sent regular war
Dominicans - The Dominicans gave him some other draughts, that threw him into convulsions; which were followed by a pipe into the mouths of two images, one of Mary, and another of the child Jesus, the former of which had tears painted upon its cheeks in a lively manner
Weights And Measures - , followed by Harper’s Dict
Census - The tribe of Simeon especially suffered a diminution of its numbers; probably owing to the plague which followed Zimri's sin with Cozbi the Midianite woman (Numbers 25:9-15; Numbers 26:51; Numbers 26:63-65; compare Numbers 11:21)
Babylon, History And Religion of - He was followed by his son Awel-marduk (561-560 B
Creation - 7); followed by the planting of the garden in which he was to dwell and from whose trees he was to derive his food (vv
Micah, Theology of - Each cycle begins with judgment-oracles against the nation for having failed to keep the Mosaic covenant, followed by salvation-oracles based on God's promises to Abraham and the patriarchs to be their god foreverso reflecting both aspects of the Lord's covenant with Israel
James, Theology of - He stresses that right belief must be followed by right action (vv
Impotence - The only other instance of πιστεύω followed by ἐν in the NT is John 3:15, which the Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 translates ‘that whosoever believeth may in him have eternal life’)
Invitation - The care with which Jesus developed these situations in His parables, and proclaimed the doom that followed, shows how deeply He felt the importance of a right attitude towards spiritual realities
Magnificat - In Luke 1:67 similar words are used about Zacharias, and are followed by the Benedictus
Commandment - It is impossible to decide whether the Jewish, the Eastern and Reformed, or the Roman Catholic and Lutheran arrangement of the commandments is followed here
Samuel, First Book of - The history of their first king shows that royalty , as everything else committed to man, was quickly followed by failure
Evangelist (2) - The mode of illustration pursued by Irenaeus strikes us to-day as forced and profitless, but the example he set was followed by Hippolytus (Hipp
Manichees - There were joined to him twelve rulers or masters, who were designed to represent the twelve apostles, and these were followed by seventy-two bishops; the images of the seventy-two disciples of our Lord
Eustathius, Bishop of Sebaste - Stormy discussions followed, in which Eustathius led the semi-Arians as against the pure Arians
Aaron - ...
Moses having ascended the mountain to receive the law from God, Aaron, his sons, and seventy elders, followed him, Exodus 24:1-2 ; Exodus 24:9-11 ; not indeed to the summit, but "afar off," "and they saw the God of Israel," that is, the glory in which he appeared, "as it were the paved work of a sapphire stone, and as it were the body of heaven for clearness;"—a clear and dazzling, azure, a pure, unmingled splendour like that of the heavens
Plagues of Egypt - Thus far the series of plagues have followed one another in a natural sequence
mo'Ses - Her attendant slaves followed her
Baptism - In any case the ἐπίθεσις χειρῶν must refer to the laying on of hands which followed immersion (see below, 6), though Westcott would extend it to benedictions, ordinations, etc
Marcellus, Bishop of Ancyra - ...
Marcellus was at Rome then, having been admitted by Julius to communion on a previous visit; and Julius followed the precedent suggested by Marcellus at his previous visit, and adopted in his case, viz
Martinus, Saint, Bishop of Tours - Priscillian now came to Trèves and Ithacius followed
Moravians - But a civil war, which, in 1612, broke out in Bohemia, and a violent persecution which followed it in 1621, occasioned the dispersion of their ministers, and brought great distress upon the Brethren in general. In consequence of this, many of the reformers of both these sects had followed the Brethren to Herrnhut, and been received by them into communion; but not being endued with the peaceable spirit of the church which they had joined, they started disputes among themselves, which threatened the destruction of the whole establishment
Sacrifice (2) - Just as the baptism of John was valueless without change of mind, and could confer no forgiveness without the bringing forth of fruit worthy of repentance, so the sprinkling of the blood expressed the thought that purity and sincerity are necessary for all who would enter into the covenant relationship with God—that there can be no forgiveness except it be followed by sincere obedience. John, then, the efficacy of the sacrifice of Christ lay in this—that it was an act of perfect obedience to the will of the righteous Father (John 14:31) and of love to the world (Luke 11:217 John 15:13),—an example, therefore, and an inspiration; but also that it broke the power of sin, and, through the glorified life which of necessity followed it, became a means of spiritual energizing and sanctification to all believers
Sea of Galilee - These would for the most part be constructed of black stone, but varied at times by buildings of white marble, while even the polished granite of Syene helped to break the monotony; and although, on the whole, the majority of the buildings would be dull and sombre, still, in the midst of waving fields of green and gold, the presence of the humble village, and the beach sparkling with the houses and the palaces, the synagogues and the temples of Jewish and Roman inhabitants, would present a scene of great beauty, so that we can well understand how the wild desolations of the pre-Christian century, and the calm and peaceful years that followed the advent of the Messiah, combined to render the district more beautiful when Christ was a citizen of Capernaum than at any other time during its whole history. This is then usually followed by a time of calm with a clear blue sky overhead
English Versions - It contains the Latin text of the Psalter, followed verse by verse by an English translation and commentary. In the way of vernacular versions, a French Bible was printed at Lyons about 1478, and another about 1487; a Spanish Pentateuch was printed (by Jews) in 1497; a German Bible was printed at Strassburg by Mentelin in 1466, and was followed by eighteen others (besides many Psalters and other separate books) between that date and 1522, when the first portion of Luther’s translation appeared
Prophet, Prophetess, Prophecy - This was followed by a voice that inquired, "Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" Isaiah's answer was immediate: "Here am I. Often such answers were followed by longer rejoinders that called for some type of believing or confessing response; more often than not, however, the response was one of unbelief
Jerusalem - From the Tower of Hippicus the wall ran southwards and followed approximately the line of the modern W. This view has much to commend it, although it is not admitted by those who advocate that the Third Wall followed the line of the present wall in its entire course (Smith, Jerusalem, i
John Epistles of - The statement (1 John 4:2-3) is followed by a short meditation (1 John 4:4-6) on the attitude of the Church and the world to the two confessions and those who make them. , followed by an explanatory clause to emphasize a thought; the repetition of emphatic words
Arius the Heresiarch - But his moderate attitude throughout the period which followed proves that his objections to the decision, which he allowed his love of peace to overrule, were more owing to the dread of possible consequences than to the decision in itself. The tragic death of Arius, followed as it was a year later by that of Constantine himself, led to a temporary lull in the controversy
Messiah - The twelfth century was fruitful in false Messiahs: for about the year 1137, there appeared one in France, who was put to death, and many of those who followed him. In the year 1615, a false Christ arose in the East Indies, and was greatly followed by the Portuguese Jews, who were scattered over that country
Eusebius (60), Bishop of Nicomedia - Others of his party followed. The death of Alexander of Constantinople followed very shortly, and the effort to elect Paul (Paulus (18)] in his place (without the consent of the bp
Augustine - Monica's importunate prayers to heaven followed the aberrations of her graceless son, when he settled at Carthage as a teacher of rhetoric; when he removed to Rome, and lodged with a Manichee;—and when he finally settled at Milan as professor of rhetoric. ...
Augustine was deeply affected at the close of this visit; and when Pontinius had retired, giving vent to his feelings he addressed Alipius in a most animated strain: "How is this? What shall we do? Ignorant people come, and seize upon heaven; and we, with our learning, (senseless wretches that we are!) behold we are immersed in flesh and blood: Are we ashamed to follow them? Yet is it not a still greater shame, not even to be able to follow them?" Full of remorse and contrition Augustine left the house and retired to a secret part of the garden, followed by his friend, who seemed on this occasion to be a partaker of his grief only because he saw him grieved in spirit
Paul - Stephen was followed by a severe persecution of the church at Jerusalem, and St. What followed,—his defence before Felix and Agrippa,—his long detention at Caesarea, and his appeal to the emperor, which occasioned his voyage to Rome, are all circumstantially stated in the latter chapters of the Acts
Montanus - ...
The formal rejection of Montanism by the Roman church was followed by a public disputation between the Montanist teacher Proclus, and Caius, a leading Roman presbyter. Among the Montanists, Aeschines was the head of the Patripassian party, and in this it would appear from an extract in Didymus that he followed Montanus himself; Proclus and his followers adhered to the orthodox doctrine on this subject
Tatianus - One followed the teaching of Plato, a disciple of Epicurus opposed him. The third passage is punctuated by Tatian in the manner invariably followed by the early Christian writers (contrast the textus receptus οὐδὲ ἓν ὃ γέγονεν)
Jonah - 2), and were followed by Christian interpreters
Language of the nt - (1) NT writers were steeped in the language of the Greek OT, a translation which largely followed the Hebrew original with slavish literalness
Transportation And Travel - ...
Where valleys, such as the Jezreel, had to be traversed, roads generally followed the higher ground along the base of the hills so as to bypass marshy areas and stay away from the raging torrents which sometimes filled stream beds in the rainy season
Cross, Crucifixion - Roman customs were followed in the scourging, mock enthronement, bearing the crossbeam, and the crucifixion itself
Chronicles, Theology of - Chronicles then shows Solomon as one who followed the pattern initiated by David
Tabernacle - The first ordinance given to Moses, after the proclamation of the outline of the law from Sinai, related to the ordering of the tabernacle, its furniture and its service as the type which was to be followed when the people came to their own home and "found a place" for the abode of God
Ezekiel - During the crisis that followed, Jehoiakim died or perhaps was killed by those in his own court
Jesus, Life And Ministry of - “Jesus of Nazareth” was a designation that followed Him to the day of His death (Luke 4:18-19 )
Corinth - Then followed his letter before the 1 Corinthians, charging them "not to company with fornicators
Flood, the - The divine judgment involved a period of probation (Genesis 6:3 ), followed by a judicial investigation ("The Lord saw " Genesis 6:5 ; "I have determined, " Genesis 6:13 ; RSV ), the sentence (Genesis 6:7 ), and its execution (the bringing of the flood, Genesis 7:11-24 )
Tabernacle - Another outline law was given, another withdrawal of Moses to an interview alone with God followed
Repentance - The same thing may be seen clearly in the Epistle of Barnabas, in which the apocalyptic section is followed immediately by the transcription of the ‘Two Ways
Numbers, the Book of - ...
The people mustering all together exhausted the natural water supply; the smiting of the rock, and the sentence on Moses and Aaron followed (Numbers 20:2 ff; Numbers 20:12; Numbers 20:13); from Kadesh Israel sent the message to Edom (Numbers 20:14, etc
Thousand Years - " Again (Matthew 19:28), "ye that have followed Me, in the regeneration when the Son of man shall sit upon the throne of His glory, ye also shall sit upon twelve thrones judging the twelve tribes of Israel
Unconscious Faith - ‘They drank of a spiritual Rock that followed them, and the Rock was the Christ’ (1 Corinthians 10:4); but it is only in the Epistles to the Colossians and Ephesians that St
Marriage - Paul followed Jesus in emphasizing the permanence of marriage (1 Corinthians 7:10-11 ), but he taught that a Christian was not bound to an unbelieving spouse if the unbeliever insisted on a separation (1 Corinthians 7:12-16 )
Sacrifice And Offering - These disposal procedures were not followed when the sin offering was made on behalf of a nonpriestly person (Leviticus 6:24-30 )
Bible, Texts And Versions - From the third century on followed translations into the various dialects of the Egyptian languages, the languages of Armenia, Georgia, Ethiopia, Arabia, Nubia, and the areas of Europe
Luke, Gospel of - Jesus followed God's agenda to establish God's kingdom (Luke 4:38-44 )
Revelation, Idea of - His lengthy interviews with God are followed by the giving of the law, the most sustained and formal example of the divine speech in Holy Scripture which offers usin the Ten Commandments, but also in the whole of the extensive Mosaic legislationthe paradigm of divine speech issuing in divine writingof, precisely, inscripturation
Genesis, Theology of - Abraham believes, offers a sacrifice, and hears a prophecy concerning his offspring of dark days of slavery followed by the possession of the promised land
Stoics - -This was due to that intermingling of peoples which followed the Alexandrian conquests
Ebionism - After the Fall of Jerusalem, just as Judaism became more intolerant and more exclusive, so we may suppose this judaizing sect followed suit, and, retiring more and more from fellowship with the Church at large, and seeking to strengthen their own position, they by degrees formulated the system we have described
Infancy - NT), is in conflict with the ritual law (Leviticus 12); and the reading followed by Authorized Version (‘her purification’), which has practically no MS authority, is an evident correction to remove the discrepancy
Session - —In the exaltation of Jesus Christ which followed His death upon the Cross, three distinct stages are indicated, viz
Assyria, History And Religion of - Action against Arab tribes followed, and the war with Elam continued until a final Assyrian victory in 639 B
the Samaritan Who Shewed Mercy - ...
The Levite who followed him would seem, for one thing, to have had somewhat more curiosity than the priest, and to have come all that the nearer that day to eternal life
the Labourer With the Evil Eye - ...
"Behold we have forsaken all, and followed Thee; what shall we have therefore?" That miserable speech of Peter's, which gave occasion to this parable, utterly vitiated all Peter's previous work for his Master, however hard he had worked, and however much he had forsaken for his Master's cause
Church Government - ...
The apostles’ plan of leaving the choice of the Seven to the community was perhaps followed by St
Day of Atonement - ...
(g) After the atonement was completed and the sins carried away, there followed the sacrifice of the rams as a burnt-offering
Parable - THE LOST SHEEP was followed by the shepherd until it was found
Numbers, Book of - This peculiar separation to Jehovah is followed by instructions to Aaron and his sons as to the manner of blessing the people, the words they were to use being given, closing with "They shall put my name upon the children of Israel; and I will bless them
the Mother of Zebedee's Children - I am not to be His mother's sister for nothing, and I have not followed Him about all this time, and ministered to Him out of my substance, for nothing
Disciple (2) - 84) comments: ‘Exposition now regularly followed (ἐπέλυεν πάντα) the public teaching
Jeroboam - There was none that followed the house of David but the tribe of Judah only
Joseph And Mary - Surely if ever a suffering soul had to seek all its righteousness and all its strength in God alone, it was the soul of the Virgin Mary in those terrible days that followed the annunciation
Mary Magdalene - That throws a flood of light on all the Marys who followed our Lord about, and that makes Mary Magdalene a minister's own and peculiar field, and his specialised department of pulpit work
Simon Maccabaeus - But when later writers had said that he actually proclaimed himself as God, it followed that it was he, who, by an operation of his own mind, produced the angels
Resurrection - The belief of a general resurrection of the dead, which will come to pass at the end of the world, and will be followed with an immortality either of happiness or misery, is an article of religion in common to Jews and Christians
Philippi - To Thessalonica, and again to Corinth, their messengers followed him with the tokens of their love (Philippians 4:16, 2 Corinthians 11:9); and when he was a prisoner in Rome, Epaphroditus of Philippi made a journey of 700 miles over land and sea to bring him yet another gift, which was acknowledged in the most affectionate letter St
Reformation - After various debates the following acts were passed on the twenty-fifth of September:...
That the Protestants who followed the confession of Augsburg should be for the future considered as entirely free from the jurisdiction of the Roman pontiff and from the authority and superintendence of the bishops; that they were left at perfect liberty to enact laws for themselves relating to their religious sentiments, discipline, and worship; that all the inhabitants of the German empire should be allowed to judge for themselves in religious matters, and to join themselves to that church whose doctrine and worship they thought the most pure and consonant to the spirit of true Christianity; and that all those who should injure or prosecute any person under religious pretences, and on account of their opinions, should be declared and proceeded against as public enemies of the empire, invaders of its liberty, and disturbers of its peace. This was followed by a plan of religious doctrine, worship, and discipline, laid down by Bugenhagius, whom the king had sent for from Wittemberg for that purpose; and in 1539, an assembly of the states at Odensee gave a solemn sanction to all these transactions
John, Gospel of (Critical) - ...
Among the authorities to which Justin refers in the course of his writings, he gives an important place to ‘The Memoirs of Christ, composed by the Apostles and those who followed them. Justin describes them as composed by ‘the Apostles and those that followed them,’ a description which tallies completely with the four Evangelists
Simon Magus - Peter followed him to Tyre and to Sidon and to Tripolis, whence Simon escaped to Syria. The journeys of Peter and his visit to Rome are merely an ecclesiastical tradition reflecting the journeys of Paul, and expressing the belief of the Church that the great Apostle, who had withstood the Simon-Paul everywhere else, must have followed up his victory in the capital
Athanasius, Archbishop of Alexandria - " This, being easily overthrown, was at once followed up by the famous story of the broken chalice. ...
A darker plot followed
Christ in Jewish Literature - ...
A short summary may suffice to indicate the contents of the book; and for this purpose the Wagenseil edition will be followed. Judas followed him, disguised as one of his disciples, and contrived to steal from him the Divine
Criticism - ’]'>[1] In the year 1835 David Strauss published his Leben Jesu (to be followed exactly ten years later by F. Michaelis was followed by Semler in his Treatise on the Free Investigation of the Canon, the very title of which seemed to mark the new principle of inquiry which was abroad
Belief (2) - The imitative mind found its ideal embodied in the great man of its time; and was touched as with a flame, and followed on and became greater than it knew. ...
Is there a Personality who can be to all men what some personalities have been to some men and to some nations? Is there one who can be to all nations what the national heroes have been to particular peoples, one who can embody their highest ideals, and who can so react on them as to make them work out these ideals in themselves? That is the claim which history makes for Christ, which Christians make for Him, and which they believe has been verified in human experience by all who have trusted and followed Him
Archaeology And Biblical Study - No clearly determined methodology was followed. , followed by the Ugaritic texts (found 1929-1937) on the coast of Syria and dating about 1400 B
Clemens Romanus of Rome - Any commemoration, therefore, introduced into the liturgy after his time would have followed his order, Linus, Clemens, Cletus, or, if of very late introduction, would have left out the obscure name Cletus altogether. tells how Clement was first banished to the Crimea worked there such miracles as converted the whole district and was thereupon by Trajan's order cast into the sea with an anchor round his neck an event followed by new prodigies
Babylon - And while the unconscious and reckless citizens were engaged in dancing and merriment, the river was suddenly turned into the lake, the trench, and the canals; and the Persians, both foot and horse, so soon as the subsiding of the water permitted, entered by its channel, and were followed by the allies in array, along the dry part of the river. These advanced as Cyrus approached; two thousand spearmen followed them
Jews - Fadus was soon succeeded by Tiberius, and he was followed by Alexander Cumanus, Felix, and Festus; but Claudius afterward gave Trachonitis and Abilene to Agrippa, and Nero added a part of Galilee and some other cities. The portion read from the law is followed by a portion from the prophets
Egypt - was followed by sons and others of his own name down to Ramesses XII. Shabako was followed by his son Shabitku and by Tahrak
Person of Christ - It followed from His novel view of the Kingdom of God, as the spiritual reign of a Father over His children (no doubt in eschatological perspective), that His conception of His own Kingship also moved on novel lines. Recently the argument has been used that the distinction existing in Greek between ‘man’ and ‘son of man’ could not have been expressed in Aramaic, and that we are consequently debarred from supposing that by the expression Jesus meant more than simply ‘man’ as such; but Dalman, followed by Driver, has put forward convincing reasons for denying this
Teaching of the Twelve Apostles - bears the heading "Teaching of the Twelve Apostles," followed by the fuller title "Teaching of the Lord by the Twelve Apostles to the Gentiles. In one of the fragments, published by Pfaff, as from Irenaeus, we read: "Those who have followed the Second Ordinances of the Apostles ( οἱ ταῖς δευτέραις τῶν ἀποστόλων διατάξεσι παρηκολουθηκότες ) know that our Lord instituted a new offering in the New Covenant according to the saying of Malachi the prophet, 'From the rising of the sun to the going down, my name has been glorified in the Gentiles; and in every place incense is offered to my name and a pure offering
Leo i, the Great - ), followed in June by "the tome" (Ep. ), announcing his election, promised the council to beheld specially under Leo's influence ("te auctore"), and the letter which followed the arrival of Leo's messengers at Constantinople asked him either to come to the East to assist at it or, if that was impossible, to let the emperor summon the Eastern, Illyrian, and Thracian bishops to some place "ubi nobis placuerit " ( Ep
Perfection (of Jesus) - ...
Jesus is the Lord of the new society, not only because He enunciated with perfect clearness its ultimate law, but because He Himself followed this law unerringly in His own life ‘without being let or hindered, as we are, by the motions of private passion and by self-will’ (M. He had no ear for any of the suggestions of policy or worldly prudence, whose hour is alway ready; He was a man under authority, waiting for the call of the Father; and clear and sweet above the discordant voices of the world that call ever came, and He followed it to Calvary
Tertullianus, Quintus Septimius Florens - ...
Facts connected with the persecutions can be followed in those writings of Tertullian which all critics place between a. A few months' respite followed
Theodoretus, Bishop of Cyrrhus - " Theodoret knew that deposition was usually followed by exile, and prepared for the worst. It was followed by another of a similar character, in ten orations, on Divine Providence, regarded by the best critics as exhibiting Theodoret's literary power in its highest form, as regards the careful selection of thoughts, nobility of language, elegance and purity of style, and the force and sequence of his arguments (Ceillier, p
Sabbath - But it is now at most merely a prelude and preparation for the dies dominica; and a faint hint at such relation is found in the fact that, where liturgical uses are followed, the collect for the following day is said on Saturday evening
Eunomius, Bishop of Cyzicus - He held that Christ had been sent to lead other creatures up to God, the primal source of all existence, as a Being external to Himself, and that believers should not stop at the generation of the Son, but having followed Him as far as He was able to lead them, should soar above Him, as above all created beings, whether material or spiritual, to God Himself, the One Absolute Being, as their final aim, that in the knowledge of Him they might obtain eternal life
Ezra, the Book of - The undoubted writing of Ezra (Ezra 7:27 - 9:15) would be an unmeaning fragment unless prefaced by Ezra 7:1-11, and followed by Ezra 10
Woe - When He began by saying, ‘Blessed are ye poor: for yours is the kingdom of God,’ He gave His hearers the key to the meaning of the other utterances which followed
Woman - Matthew, Mark, and Luke all called attention to the loyal women who participated in Jesus' Galilean ministry and followed Him all the way to the cross and the grave
Mark, Theology of - ...
Finally, Jesus warns that the destruction of the temple will be followed by the end of the age
Law - In an attempt to make sure the command proper was never violated, the rabbis created secondary, rigid rules which, if followed, would theoretically prevent a person from ever violating the biblical command itself
Gennesaret, Land of - One can almost see Him, in fancy, pushing out in a little boat along the embayed and shell-covered shore, followed to the water’s edge by the multitudes who pressed upon Him daily from populous Gennesaret, and hear Him speaking to them, as they sit upon the shore, concerning the gospel of the Kingdom, drawing illustrations from the sower, who, going forth to sow, allows some seeds to fall by the wayside, others on stony places, still others where they are choked by thorns; and then, when He became weary, retiring to the mountains for rest and spiritual refreshment in prayer, only to return again and repeat His message of goodwill and comfort; until, finally, when the great tragedy on Calvary is ended and He is risen from the tomb, He reappears to those same disciples, who meanwhile have returned to their nets
Golden Rule - Another interpretation which preserves the unity of the Sermon on the Mount is that our Lord followed His encouragement to prayer by the reminder that if prayer is to be heard there must be a good life (Chrysostom)
Lazarus - A crowd followed Him thither, and, undisturbed by His adversaries, He exercised a ministry which recalled, while it surpassed, the work of John the Baptist on the same spot three years earlier
Mary, the Virgin - The Return from Egypt was followed by a life in retirement at Nazareth
Aaron - ...
His character, as contrasted with Moses, comes out in what followed during Moses' forty days' absence on the mount
Simon Magus - Themistocles could not sleep because of the huzzas that filled the streets of Athens when Miltiades walked abroad; and the crowds that followed Peter and John were gall and wormwood to Simon Magus
Call, Calling - —It is unnecessary to pass under review the occupations followed by our Lord in youth and by His Apostles
Capernaum - The public ministry, in the more formal sense, was opened here by the call of the four leading Apostles (Mark 1:16-20); and here, too, were the labours of which we have a graphic and typical description on the Sabbath that followed (Mark 1:21-34 ||)
Common Life - Apparently, then, in the eyes of our Lord, even this, the most despised of callings, could be followed by a member of the kingdom
Crucifixion - At the moment all was dark to the disciples; but when their minds were illumined by the Holy Spirit, they saw not only ‘the sufferings that befell Messiah’ but ‘the glories that followed these’ (1 Peter 1:11)
Devotion - The self-conscious determination of the will towards God is followed by the actual exaltation of the soul to God and its suffusion with the reverent sense of His nearness and mercy
Henoticon, the - " On this account, and knowing also that the strength and shield of the empire rested in the one true faith declared by the holy Fathers gathered at Nicaea, confirmed by those who met at Constantinople and followed by those who had condemned Nestorius at the council of Ephesus, the emperor declares that "the creed so made and confirmed is the one only symbol of faith, and that he has held, holds, and will hold no other, and will regard all who hold another as aliens, and that in this alone those who desire saving baptism must be baptized
Peter - Lo, we have left all and followed Thee; what shall we have therefore? Be it far from Thee, Lord; this shall never be to Thee
Apostolic Constitutions And Canons - Lessons from the historical and poetical books of the OT respectively are followed by a Psalm sung solo, the congregation joining ‘at the conclusions of the verses’; then comes a lesson from the Acts or Epistles, and after this all stand at the reading of the Gospel
Antioch - The diaspora that followed the death of Stephen brought many fugitive Jewish Christian preachers to Antioch, and some Cypriotes and Cyrenians among them inaugurated a new era by going beyond the Hellenist Jews for an audience and preaching to ‘the Greeks also’ (Acts 11:20)
Enoch - And as child followed child, Enoch, their father, grew more and more in grace with the growth of his house, till at the last he was not, for God took him
Dionysius, Pseudo-Areopagita - This subject is pursued in a very noble train of thought to some length, and is followed by a discussion of still other names and titles, adapted to the infirmity of human understanding, under which God's attributes are made intelligible to us
Matthias the Successor to Judas Iscariot - And Matthias heard him speak, and he followed Jesus, along with John and Andrew
Abel - His employment was that of a shepherd; Cain followed the occupation of his father, and was a tiller of the ground
War - The main body followed them, and, with their spears extended, made a rapid and impetuous movement upon the enemy
Sabbath - But it is now at most merely a prelude and preparation for the dies dominica; and a faint hint at such relation is found in the fact that, where liturgical uses are followed, the collect for the following day is said on Saturday evening
Joshua - Joshua and Caleb alone of all that generation above 20 years of age survived the 40 years' wilderness wanderings that ensued, because "they wholly followed the Lord" (Numbers 32:11-12)
Joannes, Bishop of Ephesus - In the heated debates which followed, the four Monophysite bishops stoutly charged John of Sirmin with breach of the canons in annulling the orders of their clergy, and, when the patriarch demanded of them "a union such as that between Cyril of Alexandria and John of Antioch," declared their willingness provided they might drive out the council of Chalcedon from the church, as Cyril had driven out Nestarius
Simon Magus - Gnostic teacher; but this identification is followed in the Clementines
Judges, the Book of - But the great decline of Israel necessitated the kingdom, which followed, as better for a carnal people than the theocracy of which they showed themselves unworthy
Christ in Mohammedan Literature - ]'>[3] and we put into the hearts of those who followed him kindness and compassion. ...
Then Jesus, having received from God the gift of prophecy, returned to Jerusalem and invited the Jews to embrace the strong religion; but they were displeased, and only his apostles followed him
Sacrifice And Offering - Of the regular or stated occasions may be named the daily sacrifices of the Temple a burnt offering in the morning followed by a cereal offering in the afternoon ( 2 Kings 16:15 , cf
Sin - was as much in evidence in the ranks of prophets and priests as among the other ruling classes, and to it, as the cause, is assigned the downfall which so speedily followed ( Amos 3:11 ; Amos 6:1-7 ; Amos 2:7 ; Amos 9:1 ff
Music, Instruments, Dancing - As a hymn to the moon goddess Nikkal, the piece uses a notational system consisting of technical Akkadian terminology for interval names followed by numerals
Unbelief - The philosopher required in religion a persuasion grounded on reasoning; the citizen, the statesman, followed the tradition of his ancestors without inquiry
Temple - In this and all other essential points the temple followed the model of the tabernacle, from which it differed chiefly by having chambers built about the sanctuary for the abode of the priests and attendants and the keeping of treasures and stores
Isaiah - ...
Isaiah 29-35 are largely directed to Judah; elements of severe censure are often followed by oracles of comfort
Exodus, Theology of - When God passes by Moses on the mountain, the proclamation begins with a twofold repetition, "Yahweh, Yahweh" (34:6), and is followed by theological terms that explain God's character of glory or goodness, all part of the content of who this deity is
Rome, Romans - Advantage was taken by the engineers of all the natural features, and where these were lacking, as on the northwest, the above plan was followed
Vine, Allegory of the - The figurative side of the allegory is not developed first and then followed by the interpretation, but figure and interpretation are woven together throughout the passage
Bible, Theology of - Except for Jesus Christ, each person who has lived since Adam and Eve has followed in their footsteps, sinning against God
Isaiah, Book of - Similarly, in the Koran the record of Mohammed’s call does not occur till Sura 96; in this case the reason is that the editors of the Koran followed the rather mechanical principle of arranging the suras according to their size
Jacob - The dispute that followed was closed by an alliance of friendship, the double covenant being sealed by setting up in commemoration a cairn with a solitary boulder by its side ( Genesis 31:45 f
Joshua - On this followed the law and list of the cities of refuge ( Joshua 20:1-3 ; Joshua 20:6 a, Joshua 20:7-9 ), and a list of the Levitical cities ( Joshua 21:1-42 )
Leviticus, Theology of - The "burnt offering" blood atonement rituals that followed after the sin offerings on the Day of Atonement apparently functioned on a different level (vv
Paul the Apostle - ...
Paul's arrival in Jerusalem was followed quickly by arrest and a two-year imprisonment in Caesarea Maritima
Ten Commandments - All these treaties followed the same basic format, which the Sinai covenant, both in Exodus and in its restatement in Deuteronomy, also adheres to closely
Entry Into Jerusalem - They were followed by the Cross
Locust - The fact that the order of the four terms gâzâm, ’arbeh, yelek, hâsîl in Joel 1:4 is followed in Joel 2:25 by the order ’arbch, yelek, hâsîl, gâzâm, in itself disproves this theory
Minister, Ministration - ) The great sayings about service being the path to true greatness, Mark 9:35 πάντων διάκονος, ‘minister of all,’ Revised Version NT 1881, OT 1885 (not exactly || Matthew 23:11, Luke 8:3), Mark 10:43; Mark 10:45 (Matthew 20:26; Matthew 20:28, which is followed by an extensive interpolation of a similar tenor in DΦ, Hasting's Dictionary of the Bible , Ext
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At the Last Day, according to Jesus, there will be a bodily resurrection of all men, followed by a final judgment, and a final settlement of the destiny of each soul (Matthew 25:31-46)
Spirit - The revelation of the Sonship of Jesus followed immediately upon His anointing (ἔχρισεν, Acts 10:38) with the Holy Spirit, and the twofold connexion established by the Synoptists between this revelation and His Temptation seems to establish beyond doubt that, in their opinion, the consciousness of Jesus became then for the first time fully alive to the wondrous position which He occupied, and to the character of the work He was destined to undertake (cf
Samson - ' Now, neither the mythical nor the mystical method shall be followed upon Samson tonight
Gregorius (32) Turonensis, Bishop of Tours - ...
During the wars that followed the death of Chilperic in 584, Touraine and Poitou desired to be subject to Childebert, Sigebert's son, i
Dispersion - The most important NT reference occurs in John 7:35 : ‘Whither will this man go that we shall not find him? Will he go unto the Diaspora among the Gentiles, and teach the Gentiles?’ This splenetic utterance was an unconscious prophecy of the course our Lord actually followed, when, having reached the goal of His public ministry, and having received ‘all authority in heaven and on earth,’ He went on ‘to make disciples of all the nations
Nehemiah - So neither I, nor my brethren, nor my servants, nor the men of the guard that followed me, none of us put off our clothes, saving that every one put them off for the washing
Games - They were animated in their course by the rapturous applauses of the countless multitudes that lined the stadium, and waited the issue of the contest with eager anxiety; and their success was instantly followed by reiterated and long continued plaudits; but these were only a prelude to the appointed rewards, which, though of little value in themselves, were accounted the highest honour to which a mortal could aspire
Psalms - And the conquest in the Psalms is followed, like the conquest in the Revelation, by the marriage of the conqueror
Nazirite - This permission followed from the recognition of Absalom as a Nazirite (2 Samuel 14:26)
Palestine - This was the route followed by the Hittites and the Egyptians, by Cambyses, Alexander, Pompey, and Napoleon
Pentateuch - This is followed closely by a chapter on the beginning of sin (Genesis 3:1 )
Temple - It was into this court also that the Pharisee and the publican went to pray, Luke 18:10-13 , and hither the lame man followed Peter and John, after he was cured- the court of the women being the ordinary place of worship for those who brought no sacrifice, Acts 3:8
Philippians, Epistle to - There is, however, no unanimity as to whether Philippians preceded or followed the others
Nazirite - This permission followed from the recognition of Absalom as a Nazirite (2 Samuel 14:26)
Locust - The fact that the order of the four terms gâzâm, ’arbeh, yelek, hâsîl in Joel 1:4 is followed in Joel 2:25 by the order ’arbch, yelek, hâsîl, gâzâm, in itself disproves this theory
Pilate - The second is Pilate’s washing of his hands after he had acquiesced in the decision of the Jews and the wishes of the mob, and his proclamation of his innocence, followed by the Jews’ invocation of the curse upon themselves and their children
Presence (2) - Even those who followed hard after it, like Saul of Tarsus and the rich young ruler, thirsted only the more for the living God (Mark 10:17, cf
Priscillianus And Priscillianism, Priscillian - The council of Bordeaux, 384, followed by the violent measures of Maximus, intensified for a while the enthusiasm of Priscillian's adherents
Sidonius Apollinaris, Saint - 455, and was followed to Rome by his son-in-law, who pronounced on him a panegyric poem of 602 hexameter lines on Jan
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At the Last Day, according to Jesus, there will be a bodily resurrection of all men, followed by a final judgment, and a final settlement of the destiny of each soul (Matthew 25:31-46)
Dispersion - The most important NT reference occurs in John 7:35 : ‘Whither will this man go that we shall not find him? Will he go unto the Diaspora among the Gentiles, and teach the Gentiles?’ This splenetic utterance was an unconscious prophecy of the course our Lord actually followed, when, having reached the goal of His public ministry, and having received ‘all authority in heaven and on earth,’ He went on ‘to make disciples of all the nations
Bible - Then have followed the 18 centuries which walk in the light of that last manifestation
Isaiah - Fittingly, then followed the cheering prophecy, "Comfort ye My people," etc
Tribes of Israel, the - During the journey from Mount Sinai to Canaan the tribe of Issachar followed the tribe of Judah, that is, it was a part of the first cluster of tribes located on the east side of the tabernacle (Judges 1:34-36 )
Faith - By a variety of prepositional constructions, the Greek tongue, imperfectly followed in such refinements by our own, strives to represent the variety of attitude and bearing in which faith stands towards its Object
Kings, Books of - ...
Moreover, it was laid down by the writer of Deuteronomy that obedience to the law which he formulates will be followed by temporal well-being, and that disobedience will be punished by calamity
Miracle - The fall, followed by an increase in evil, begins to thwart God's creative purposes
Immorality, Sexual - If these directives are followed, the individual and the community alike can expect blessing
Leadership - The kings who followed Jeroboam persisted in his ungodly direction
Jeremiah, Theology of - The section begins in a review mode: "I remember … [1] you loved me and followed me through the desert" (2:2)
Individual - Ezekiel naturally followed with the application
Light - The light has to be followed (John 8:12, cf
Lord's Prayer (i) - , Linz, 1616, in 52]'>[3] cur sin and Acts of Thomas ‘the continual bread’ (לחמא אמינא); the same tradition seems to be followed by the cotidianus of the Latin, the sinteinan of the Gothic, especially by לחמנו חמירי of Shemtob ben Shafrut, with which cf
Hebrews, Epistle to the - Leaders who had been faithful and had passed away were to be remembered and their faith followed
Solomon - And then, with it all, Bacon's superb genius followed by his awful fall, makes us almost believe that Solomon has come back to this earth again in the lord chancellor of England
Priest - Their old garments were laid aside, their bodies washed with pure water (Leviticus 8:6; 1 Samuel 22:17-186; Exodus 29:7; Exodus 29:10; Exodus 29:18; Exodus 29:20; Exodus 30:23-33); so all Christians as king priests (Hebrews 10:22; Ephesians 5:26), and anointed by sprinkling with the perfumed precious oil (2 Chronicles 20:21-226; Leviticus 8:18; Leviticus 8:21-23; Leviticus 8:30), but over Aaron it was poured until it descended to his skirts (Leviticus 8:12; Psalms 133:2); this anointing of the priest (symbolizing the Holy Spirit) followed the anointing of the sanctuary and vessels (Exodus 28:41; Exodus 29:7; Exodus 30:30; Exodus 40:15)
Ahithophel - He has David and Absalom so much on his mind and on his heart that he draws a black border round Ahithophel's deathbed in these terrible words, and then leaves him: And when Ahithophel saw that his counsel was not followed, he saddled his ass, and arose, and gat him home to his own house, to his city, and put his household in order, and hanged himself, and died, and was buried in the sepulchre of his father
Jonathan - He followed his father's falling fortunes till father and son and all fell at last in the field
Baxterianism - Orme ascribes to Baxter's writings on the English Presbyterians, followed also, on the continent among the reformed churches
Persecution - There was, however, in this proceeding of Victor, too clear a proof that the church was beginning to deviate from the perfect charity by which it had been adorned, and too sure an indication that the example of one who held so high an office, when it was in harmony with the corruption or with the worst passions of our nature, would be extensively followed
Preaching - " Degenerate, however, as these days were, in comparison of those of the Apostles, yet they were golden ages in comparison with the times that followed, when metaphysical reasoning, mystical divinity, yea, Aristotelian categories, and reading the lives of saints, were substituted in the place of sermons
Pronunciation of Proper Names - In the New Testament the Greek form of the name (including the transliteration of Hebrew names) may almost invariably be followed; thus, Aristobu′lus, Ar′temas, Diot′rephes, Epe′netus, Proch′orus, Tab′itha
Preaching - Exhortations to repentance naturally followed this kind of preaching, especially as the exaltation and second coming of the Christ were emphasized
Psalms of Solomon - This and the captivity of many Jews that followed seem to the writer to be the punishment meted out by God for the previous profanation of the sacrifices by some of the Jews, ‘the sons of Jerusalem,’ themselves
Pre-Existence of Christ - Since according to the cherished apocalyptic hope the Redemption was imminent and might arrive at any moment, it followed that the Messiah must be already in existence, waiting only to be revealed (Dalman, Words of Jesus, Eng
Timothy And Titus Epistles to - ...
For treatment of evidence see the notes in Hort’s Greek Testament, who rightly accepts (a) and is followed by nearly all modern editors
Thessalonians Epistles to the - Wild excitement followed, and men began entirely to neglect the duties of daily life (1 Thessalonians 3:11)
Temple of Jerusalem - The arrangement prescribed for the wall of the inner court, “three courses of hewn stone and one course of cedar beams” was followed in Solomonic buildings excavated at Megiddo (2 Kings 18:13-160 ; 1 Kings 7:12 )
Faith - This announcement is repeated during Jesus' transfiguration and followed by the command, "Listen to him" (Mark 9:7 ; cf
Eternal Life, Eternality, Everlasting Life - For Aristotle, as for Thomas Aquinas who followed him at this point, eternity "becomes known from two characteristics: first, from the fact that whatever is in eternity is interminable, that is, lacking beginning and end ; second, from the fact that eternity itself lacks successiveness, existing entirely at once [3]" (Aquinas, Summa, I, 10,1)
Revelation of John, the - Genesis represents man in innocence and bliss, followed by man's fall through Satan's cunning, and man's consequent dooming to death and exclusion from paradise and its tree of life and delightful rivers
Restoration - ’ He speaks in Matthew 19:28 of a coming Regeneration (παλινγενεσία) in which those who have faithfully followed Him shall share His rule; but we have no clue as to whether His words are intended to reach beyond the definite establishment of His Kingdom as an actual fact among men
Sanhedrin (2) - Herod’s death was followed by the dismemberment of his kingdom, and the authority of the Sanhedrin ceased to extend beyond the limits of Judaea
Saviour (2) - Paul (Acts 13:23) the use of σωτήρ clearly attaches itself to the LXX Septuagint of the Book of Judges, if the reading ἤγειρε of the Textus Receptus be followed, for this is the verb by which the LXX Septuagint in Judges 3:9; Judges 3:15 renders the Heb
Sibylline Oracles - This yields an excellent sense for the passage, two men being followed by two women
Lord's Supper. (i.) - He is comparing the Christian life with the old Passover upon which the Feast of Unleavened Bread followed (Exodus 12:19; Exodus 13:7)
Old Testament - A specimen of corrections from the Qeri in conjunction with the Septuagint is Isaiah 9:3, "its" for "not"; but the difficulty of the reading favors the text, "Thou hast multiplied the nation and (soon after) not increased the joy"; for the increase of the true Israel by Gentile converts to Christianity was soon followed by the growth of corruption and antichrist; but he in turn is to be destroyed, as Midian was by Gideon, to the "joy" of the elect nation
Pharaoh - If no miracle had followed his request, then Pharaoh would have felt fully justified in holding to his refusal
Red Sea - He opened for them a passage across the Red Sea, where it was about twelve miles wide, and brought them through in safety; while he drowned the Egyptians, who blindly followed them to their own destruction, Psalms 77:18 , &c
Jesuits - The example of the king of Spain was immediately followed by Ferdinand VI, of Naples, and soon after by the prince of Parma
John the Baptist - The Jews are said by the Apostle Paul to have been "baptized unto Moses," at the time when they followed him through the Red Sea, as the servant of God sent to be their leader
Antiochus - ...
Antiochus followed Tryphon, till he forced him to kill himself, in the year of the world 3869
Philo - ...
It is owing to this method of interpretation that Philo had such an astonishing vogue in later centuries: almost all Christian writers of the early and mediaeval Church followed in his footsteps, in particular the interpreters of the Alexandrian School, from the author of the so-called Epistle of Barnabas down to Cyril
Teaching - Preaching was primarily the proclamation of the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ, whereas teaching was the calmer and more systematic instruction in the details of Christian truth and duty which followed the summons to repentance and saving faith
Synagogue - 2), by the recital of the Shema‛ (Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Deuteronomy 11:13; Deuteronomy 11:21, Numbers 15:37-41), was preceded by two benedictions, one containing the praise of the Lord as the Giver of light in view of the rising sun each morning, and of the Withdrawer of the light of day each evening, and another containing the praise of the Lord as Giver of the Law to Israel, His chosen people, and followed by one benediction beginning with a solemn attestation of the monotheistic truth proclaimed in the Shemâ‛, and ending with the praise of God as the Redeemer of Israel with reference to the deliverance from Egypt mentioned in the closing verse of the Shemâ‛ chapters (Numbers 15:41)
Wisdom of Solomon - 15) so as to identify it with Proverbs, and this method is followed in the Syriac version
Type - All through the Epistle there runs a series of contrasts between Judaism as preparatory and typical and Christianity as antitypical and perfect, (a) In the opening verses the fragmentary and varying revelation ‘of old time’ by the prophets is set over against God’s speech unto us in His Son (Hebrews 1:1-2), and this is immediately followed by the contrast of angels as ministering spirits sent forth to do service for the heirs of salvation (Hebrews 1:14) with Him who was made a little lower than the angels that He might bring many sons unto glory (Hebrews 2:9-10), (b) Next comes (Hebrews 3:1 to Hebrews 4:13) a contrast between Moses, a faithful servant in God’s house, and Christ, a Son set over it (Hebrews 3:5 f
Redemption (2) - A broader method must be followed if Christ’s idea of redemption is to be satisfactorily grasped
Roman Law in the nt - But though in this respect Galatia followed Rome, it did not do so in the other respect, for the father is said to appoint (i
Food - In the Deuteronomic list above cited, the permitted and forbidden quadrupeds are followed by this provision regarding fish : ‘These ye shall eat of all that are in the waters, whatsoever hath fins and scales shall ye eat: and whatsoever hath not fins and scales ye shall not eat, it is unclean unto you’ ( Deuteronomy 14:9 f
Hellenistic And Biblical Greek - ]'>[2] But they succeeded in arresting the movement that from the time of Xenophon and Aristotle had been tending to bring the literary language into line with the cosmopolitan development of Attic, that is to say, with the Koine, a development which had been followed even by the New Attic Comedy
Galatians Epistle to the - Paul’s conversion was followed by a visit to Arabia, a ‘return’ to Damascus, and then, ‘after three years,’ a visit to Jerusalem
Miracles (2) - If these deepest principles which our Lord followed are duly recognized in our faith and conception, then the remaining miracles, most of which are rejected by many who receive the healings, become not only not incredible, but inevitable as the completion of a revelation otherwise essentially incomplete
Holiness Purity - Hence the method followed in the article has been to use in illustration of the general conceptions certain leading NT passages
Jerusalem - The latter part of the approach, over the Mount of Olives, as generally followed at the present day, is identical with what it was, at least in one memorable instance, in the time of Christ
Athenagoras - 39 c, "let the argument upon the Resurrection stand over"; from which words we may not unfairly gather that the Treatise on the Resurrection shortly followed the former work
Christ in the Seventeenth Century - The theologians of Helmstädt, who followed the more moderate Chemnitzian view, were all the more opposed to the Formula that it was interpreted by the Swabian theologians in a sense that restored the Brenzian tradition
Passover - Matthew (Matthew 27:62) calls the day after the crucifixion "the next day that followed the day of preparation
Baruch, Apocalypse of - Second prayer of Baruch, followed by a revelation to him about the resurrection of the good and the bad, and the vision of the black and the bright waters
Anger - One is tempted to regard the apology which followed the momentary outburst of St
Absolution - ...
The words of our Lord before us certainly do not mean that forgiveness by the mouth and at the will of man is always to be followed by a ratification of God in heaven, even though that man be an apostle
Adam - A noble succession of ministers and interpreters of nature has been raised up in these later generations who, by the labours they have undertaken, and by the methods they have followed, have been enabled to make discoveries that had not entered the mind of man to imagine in former ages
Palestine - After his death followed a distracting and complicated period of conflict between his successors, which, so far as Palestine was concerned, had the effect of opening the country for the first time to the influence of Greek culture, art, and religion
Perseverance - _ The gift was solely of the Divine mercy, unconditional; it followed as a necessary sequence from personal election
Thecla - Paul was immediately dragged again before the governor pursued by the multitude with the cry "He is a sorcerer! Away with him!" Thecla was summoned likewise and followed him exultingly to the tribunal
Create, Creation - The reference in 1:1 to the creation of the ordered cosmos (which is what the phrase "heavens and earth" connotes) is probably not to be construed as a description of the first act of creation, which is then followed by a chaotic state and then the return to order
Missions - ‘Neither is he that is sent (ἀτόστολος) greater than he that sent (τέμψαντος) him,’ John 13:16); but the distinction is not always followed (cf
Creation - " Then followed successive action in God's remodeling the earth for man's habitation
Education in Bible Times - There was also an attendant benefit attached to this "behavior modification in Yahwistic moral values"the possession of the land of covenant promise for those Israelites who followed through on the charge to educate their children in the way of the Lord
Fortification And Siegecraft - The walls, of crude brick or stone, with which art supplemented nature, followed the contours of the ridge, the rock itself being frequently cut away to form artificial scarps, on the top of which the city wall was built
Romans, Theology of - As righteousness by faith is represented by letter a, and divine wrath against ungodliness by letter b, Paul now expands on the wrath of God against wickedness as b (1:19-3:20), followed by a lengthy exposition of righteousness by faith in Christ in 3:21-8:17 (a)
Marriage - ’...
In interpreting the NT it is of some importance to note the comments of those writers who immediately followed the apostles
Preaching - " Degenerate, however, as these days were in comparison with those of the apostles, yet they were golden ages in comparison with the times that followed, when metaphysical reasonings, mystical divinity, yea, Aristotelian categories, and reading the lives of saints, were substituted in the place of sermons
Last Supper - During the 24 hours which followed Wednesday afternoon, the disciples began to make ready for the Passover
Lunatic - ‘Prolonged mental enfeeblement is followed by brain atrophy, and prolonged mental disturbances by structural brain changes’ (Clouston)
Mark, Gospel According to - He speaks of ‘the memoirs drawn up by the Apostles and by those who followed them,’ and in this context recalls the (Lukan?) account of the Agony and the drops of blood
Caesarea Philippi - In the territory of which Caesarea was the chief city there were smaller towns, and it was through these that Jesus moved with His disciples and others who followed Him
Childhood - ’ In Mark and Luke this is followed by a further solemn saying—‘Whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child, he shall in no wise enter therein
Consciousness - Peter and the teaching which followed it (Luke 10:13-165 ff
Honorius, Flavius Augustus, Emperor - In 410 the capture and sack of Rome followed
Isidorus Pelusiota, an Eminent Ascetic - Isidore resolved to adopt the monastic life in its coenobitic form, as it had been organized by Pachomius at Tabenna and was being exhibited by various communities in the Upper Thebaid which followed his rule, by others in the Lower Thebaid, and the 5,000 inmates of the cells of Nitria (cf
Anger (2) - ‘Great multitudes followed with him, and he turned, and said to them, If any man cometh to me, and hateth not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brothers, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple
Baptism - Constantine the Great was not baptized till he was at the last gasp, and in this he was followed by his son Constantius; and two of his other sons, Constantine and Constans, were killed before they were baptized
Arminianism - There are, indeed, certain points with regard to which he has been strictly and uniformly followed by almost all his pretended adherents; but there are others of equal or of greater importance, dogmatically insisted on by them, to which he unquestionably never gave his sanction, and even appears to have been decidedly hostile
Adam - Below this standard it could not fall; and that it implied a glory, and dignity, and moral greatness of a very exalted kind, is made sufficiently apparent from the degree of guilt charged upon Adam when he fell: for the aggravating circumstances of his offence may well be deduced from the tremendous consequences which followed
Old Testament - ), while the persecution that followed the first triumphs of the gospel marks the rage