What does Killed mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
ἀπέκτειναν to kill in any way whatever. 10
ἀποκτανθῆναι to kill in any way whatever. 6
וַיְמִיתֵ֑הוּ to die 5
הָרְג֖וּ to kill 5
וַיַּהֲרֹ֨ג to kill 4
הָרְג֣וּ to kill 4
ἀπεκτάνθησαν to kill in any way whatever. 4
וַיַּ֣ךְ to strike 4
וַיַּ֥ךְ to strike 3
הִכָּ֗ה to strike 3
וַיַּ֤ךְ to strike 3
וַֽיִּשְׁחֲטוּ֙ to kill 3
הָרַ֣ג to kill 3
וַיְמִיתֵ֔הוּ to die 2
וַֽיַּהֲרֹ֞ג to kill 2
הִכָּה֙ to strike 2
וַֽיַּהֲרֹ֖ג to kill 2
הִכָּ֖ה to strike 2
וַיַּכּוּ֙ to strike 2
הֵמִֽית to die 2
הִכָּ֣ה to strike 2
וַיַּכּ֨וּ to strike 2
הִכּ֣וּ to strike 2
חָלָ֖ל slain 2
חָלָ֑ל to profane 2
וַיַּכּ֥וּ to strike 2
הֵמִ֖ית to die 2
וַיַּֽהַרְג֖וּ to kill 2
וַיַּכּ֤וּ to strike 2
וַיַּךְ֙ to strike 2
וַיַּכֵּ֙הוּ֙ to strike 2
וַיְמִיתֵ֖הוּ to die 2
וַיַּהַרְגֵ֖הוּ to kill 2
וַיַּכּ֣וּ to strike 2
הָרָ֑ג to kill 2
הִכָּ֤ה to strike 2
הִכָּה֩ to strike 2
וְהִכָּ֧ה to strike 2
וַיַּכּ֖וּ to strike 2
וַיְמִיתֻ֖הוּ to die 2
וַיָּ֣מֶת to die 1
וַיָּ֖מֶת to die 1
וַיְמִתֵ֖הוּ to die 1
וַיַּ֞ךְ to strike 1
הִכִּ֣יתָ ׀ to strike 1
וַיַּכֵּֽהוּ to strike 1
וְהֵמִ֥ית to die 1
וַיְמִתֻ֔הוּ to die 1
לְהָמִ֣ית to die 1
וְהִכָּ֥ה to strike 1
וַיְמִיתֵ֔ם to die 1
וַיְמִיתֵֽם to die 1
הֵמִ֣ית to die 1
הֲמִתֶּ֖ם to die 1
וַ֠יַּךְ to strike 1
וַ֝יָּ֗מֶת to die 1
וַיַּכֵּ֣הוּ to strike 1
הִכָּ֞ה to strike 1
؟ יַכּ֑וּךָ to strike 1
הַכֹּת֗וֹ to strike 1
וַיַּכּ֖וּם to strike 1
וְשָׁחַ֥ט to kill 1
שָׁחֲט֖וּ to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחַט֩ to kill 1
שָׁחַ֖ט to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחָטֵ֞ם to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחַ֧ט to kill 1
שָׁחַ֥ט to kill 1
וְשָׁחַ֖ט to kill 1
הַשְּׁחֻטָ֔ה to kill 1
תִּשָּׁחֵ֨ט to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחָטוּם֙ to kill 1
תִּשָּׁחֵ֤ט to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחָ֗ט to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחָ֑ט to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחָ֓ט ׀ to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחַ֛ט to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחַ֖ט to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחָטֵ֥הוּ to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחַ֤ט to kill 1
וַֽיִּשְׁחָט֞וּם to kill 1
וַיִּשְׁחֲט֣וּ to kill 1
הִכָּ֨ה to strike 1
וַיַּכֵּ֥ם to strike 1
וַיַּכֵּ֨הוּ to strike 1
הִכִּ֣יתָ to strike 1
וַיַּ֡ךְ to strike 1
וַיַּ֖ךְ to strike 1
הִכָּֽהוּ to strike 1
וְהִכּ֥וּ to strike 1
וַיַּכֶּה֙ to strike 1
וַיַּכֵּ֖הוּ to strike 1
מַכֵּה־ to strike 1
קַטִּ֣ל to slay 1
וַיַּכּ֣וּם to strike 1
וַיַּכּ֛וּ to strike 1
וַיַּךְ־ to strike 1
וַיַּכּֽוּם to strike 1
הַמֻּכֶּ֗ה to strike 1
הֻכָּה֙ to strike 1
הַמֻּכָּ֛ה to strike 1
הַמֻּכָּ֥ה to strike 1
הִכָּ֧ה to strike 1
הֵמִ֜ית to die 1
ἀνέλωσιν to take up 1
וַיְמִיתֻֽהוּ to die 1
הָרָ֔ג to kill 1
וַיַּהַרְגֵֽם to kill 1
וַיַּֽהַרְגֻ֥הוּ to kill 1
וַיַּהֲרֹג֩ to kill 1
וַתַּֽהַרְגוּ־ to kill 1
וָאֶהְרְגֵ֔הוּ to kill 1
הֹרְגִ֖ים to kill 1
הָרַ֔גְתָּ to kill 1
הָרְג֧וּ to kill 1
וַיַּהֲרֹ֥ג to kill 1
הָרַ֤גְתִּי to kill 1
לַהֲר֣וֹג to kill 1
הָרְג֤וּ to kill 1
הָרָ֑גוּ to kill 1
הַֽהֲרוּגִ֛ים to kill 1
הָרְגוּ֩ to kill 1
וַיַּֽהַרְג֣וּ to kill 1
וְהָרֹג֙ to kill 1
הָרָֽגְתָּ to kill 1
וַיַּהַרְגֵ֣ם to kill 1
וַיַּהַרְגֵֽהוּ to kill 1
ἀποκτεινάντων to kill in any way whatever. 1
ἀπέθανον to die. 1
ἀπεκτείνατε to kill in any way whatever. 1
ἀπέκτεινεν to kill in any way whatever. 1
ἀποκτανθεὶς to kill in any way whatever. 1
ἀποκτείνας to kill in any way whatever. 1
ἀποκτανθῶσιν to kill in any way whatever. 1
ἀπεκτάνθη to kill in any way whatever. 1
ἀποκτέννεσθαι to kill in any way whatever. 1
διεχειρίσασθε to move by the use of the hands 1
וַיַּ֣הַרְגֵ֔ם to kill 1
θανατούμενοι to put to death. 1
ἔθυσεν to sacrifice 1
ἔθυσας to sacrifice 1
τεθυμένα to sacrifice 1
וְאֶת־ sign of the definite direct object 1
וַהֲרָג֗וּם to kill 1
בַּהֲרֹ֥ג to kill 1
בַּהֲרֹ֣ג to kill 1
הָרַ֖גְתָּ to kill 1
הָרַ֙גְתִּי֙ to kill 1
וַיָּ֥מֶת to die 1
תּוּמַ֖ת to die 1
יוּמָֽת to die 1
מוּמָֽת to die 1
؟ יוּמַ֖ת to die 1
וַיָּ֣מֶת ׀ to die 1
וַיְמִתֻהוּ֒ to die 1
וַיְמִית֖וּהָ to die 1
הוּמָֽת to die 1
וַתּוּמַ֖ת to die 1
וַהֲמִיתִּֽיו to die 1
וַיְמִתֻ֖הוּ to die 1
ἀναιρεῖσθαι to take up 1
וַיָּמִ֥יתוּ to die 1
וַיְמִיתֵ֙הוּ֙ to die 1
וַיָּמֹ֑ת to die 1
וַאֲמֹ֣תְתֵ֔הוּ to die 1
מֹתַ֖תִּי to die 1
הֵמִ֔יתוּ to die 1
וַיְמֹ֣תְתֵ֔הוּ to die 1
מְמוֹתֵ֥ת to die 1
הֲרָג֖וֹ to kill 1
הֹרֵ֨ג to kill 1
הָרְג֛וּ to kill 1
וַיַּהַרְג֨וּ to kill 1
הֲרַגְתֶּ֖ם to kill 1
וַֽיַּהֲרֹג֙ to kill 1
וַתַּהַרְג֧וּ to kill 1
הֲרָגָ֑תְהוּ to kill 1
הָרָ֔גוּ to kill 1
הָרַ֖גְתִּי to kill 1
הֹרַ֣גְנוּ to kill 1
וַיְמִתֵ֑הוּ to die 1
וַיִּֽזְבַּֽח־ to slaughter 1
חַלְלֵיהֶֽם slain 1
חַלְלֵיהֶ֗ם slain 1
וּמְחַנֵּ֖ק to strangle 1
טָבַ֖חְתִּי to slaughter 1
וַיְמִיתֵֽהוּ to die 1
וַיְמִתֵ֔הוּ to die 1
וַיְמִתֵ֣הוּ to die 1
וַיִּשְׁחָטֵ֖ם to kill 1

Definitions Related to killed

G615


   1 to kill in any way whatever.
      1a to destroy, to allow to perish.
   2 metaph.
   to extinguish, abolish.
      2a to inflict mortal death.
      2b to deprive of spiritual life and procure eternal misery in hell.
      

H7819


   1 to kill, slaughter, beat.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to slaughter.
            1a1a beast for food.
            1a1b sacrifice.
            1a1c person in human sacrifice.
            1a1d beaten, hammered (of shekels).
      1b (Niphal) to be slaughtered, be slain (of food or sacrifice).
   2 (BDB) slaughtering.
      2a word doubtful.
      

H2026


   1 to kill, slay, murder, destroy, murderer, slayer, out of hand.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to kill, slay.
         1a2 to destroy, ruin.
      1b (Niphal) to be killed.
      1c (Pual) to be killed, be slain.
      

H4191


   1 to die, kill, have one executed.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to die.
         1a2 to die (as penalty), be put to death.
         1a3 to die, perish (of a nation).
         1a4 to die prematurely (by neglect of wise moral conduct).
      1b (Polel) to kill, put to death, dispatch.
      1c (Hiphil) to kill, put to death.
      1d (Hophal).
         1d1 to be killed, be put to death.
            1d1a to die prematurely.
            

H5221


   1 to strike, smite, hit, beat, slay, kill.
      1a (Niphal) to be stricken or smitten.
      1b (Pual) to be stricken or smitten.
      1c (Hiphil).
         1c1 to smite, strike, beat, scourge, clap, applaud, give a thrust.
         1c2 to smite, kill, slay (man or beast).
         1c3 to smite, attack, attack and destroy, conquer, subjugate, ravage.
         1c4 to smite, chastise, send judgment upon, punish, destroy.
      1d (Hophal) to be smitten.
         1d1 to receive a blow.
         1d2 to be wounded.
         1d3 to be beaten.
         1d4 to be (fatally) smitten, be killed, be slain.
         1d5 to be attacked and captured.
         1d6 to be smitten (with disease).
         1d7 to be blighted (of plants).
         

H2491


   1 slain, fatally wounded, pierced.
      1a pierced, fatally wounded.
      1b slain adj.
   2 (CLBL) profaned.
      2a defiled, profaned (by divorce).
      

G2380


   1 to sacrifice, immolate.
   2 to slay, kill.
      2a of the paschal lamb.
   3 slaughter.
   

G2289


   1 to put to death.
   2 metaph.
      2a to make to die i.e. destroy, render extinct.
      2b by death to be liberated from the bond of anything, literally to be made dead in relation to (something).
      

G337


   1 to take up, to lift up (from the ground).
      1a to take up for myself as mine.
      1b to own (an exposed infant).
   2 to take away, abolish.
      2a to do away with or abrogate customs or ordinances.
      2b to put out of the way, kill slay a man.
      

G1315


   1 to move by the use of the hands, take in hand, manage, administer, govern.
   2 to lay hands on, slay, kill [with one’s own hand].
   

H2614


   1 to strangle, strangle oneself.
      1a (Niphal) to strangle oneself.
      1b (Piel) to strangle.
      

H2076


   1 to slaughter, kill, sacrifice, slaughter for sacrifice.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to slaughter for sacrifice.
         1a2 to slaughter for eating.
         1a3 to slaughter in divine judgment.
      1b (Piel) to sacrifice, offer sacrifice.
      

H2873


   1 to slaughter, slay, butcher, kill ruthlessly.
      1a (Qal).
         1a1 to slaughter, butcher.
         1a2 to slay, kill ruthlessly (fig.
         ).
         

H6992


   1 to slay, kill.
      1a (P’al) to be slain.
      1b (Pael) to slay.
      1c (Ithp’al) to be slain.
      1d (Ithpael) to be slain.
      

G599


   1 to die.
      1a of the natural death of man.
      1b of the violent death of man or animals.
      1c to perish by means of something.
      1d of trees which dry up, of seeds which rot when planted.
      1e of eternal death, to be subject to eternal misery in hell.
      

Frequency of killed (original languages)

Frequency of killed (English)

Dictionary

Webster's Dictionary - killed
(imp. & p. p.) of Kill
King James Dictionary - killed
KILL'ED, pp. Deprived of life quelled calmed.

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American Martyrology - ...
ARIZONA ...
Augustin a Banta Maria
Francisco de Porras
Jose de Espleta
Jose de Figueras
Jose de Trujillo
CALIFORNIA ...
Andres Quintana
Francisco Tomás Hermenegildo Garcés
Juan Barreneche, Franciscans, killed by the Yuma Indians at Purisima Concepción (Fort Yuma), July 17, 1781.
Juan Diaz and Matias Moreno, Franciscans, killed by the Yumas, at San Pedro y Pablo de Biscuña, July 17, 1781. , killed by Diegueño Indians, at San Diego, November 4, 1775.
Antonio de Badajoz, lay brother, Franciscan, killed by Yamassee Indians at Asopo on Amelia Island, September 17, 1597. , killed by the Yamassee at Saint Augustine, September 16, 1597. , killed by the Calusas, south of the Bay of Tampa, June 12, 1549.
Juan de Parga, Franciscan, killed by Apalache Indians at Patali, January 25, 1704. , killed by the Timucua and Yamassee Indians at Saint Augustine, September 14, 1597. , killed by the Calusas, south of the Bay of Tampa, June 26, 1549.
Marcos Delgado, Franciscan, killed by Apalache Indians at Patali, January 25, 1704.
Miguel de Aunon, Franciscan, killed by Yamassee Indians at Asopo on Amelia Island, September 17, 1597. , killed by the Cazique Indians at Saint Augustine, September 13, 1597.
Three Franciscans, killed by Indians on Saint Mark's Island, December 7, 1702. , killed by Yamassee Indians at Saint Simon's Island, September 15, 1597
Pedro Martinez, first Jesuit martyr in the U. , killed by natives on the island of Tacatacum (Cumberland), September 28, 1566.
Gaston, of the Seminary of Quebec, killed by Tamarois Indians at Tamarois, March 20, 1730. , killed by savages west of the Illinois River, November 10, 1661. , killed by the Peorias on Massacre Island, April 26, 1708.
Jean Daniel Testu, of the Seminary of Quebec, killed by the Choctaws at New Orleans, August 9, 1718.
Jean Franl}ois Buissoo de Saint- C6me, of the Seminary of Quebec, killed by Shetimasha Indians, 50 m. , killed by Missouri Indians, March 3, 1720. , killed by the English at Soames Sound, Mt. , killed by Mohawks at Norridgewock Mission, August 23, .
MICHIGAN ...
Nicholas Bernardin Constantin Delhalle, Recollect, killed by the Ottawas at Fort Pontchartrain, June 21, 1706. , killed by Yazoo Indians near Vicksburg, December 11, 1729. of Quebec, killed by Koroa Indians, near Tonica village, September 11, 1701. , killed by savages in Hall county, May 1, c.
NEW MEXICO ...
Antonio Mora and Juan de Pedrosa, Franciscans, killed in El Pope revolt at San Geronimo de Taos, August 11, 1680. , killed by a Tehua Indian at Santiago, May 20, 1581. , killed in EI Pope revolt at the convent of Portiuncula, August 10, 1680. , killed by Jemes Indians, June 5, 1696. , killed by Zuni Indians at the Zuni Mission, February 22, 1632. , killed by a Tigua Indian, May 12, 1582. and Antonio Moreno, Franciscans, killed by Tehua Indians, June 8, 1696.
Jose de Arbizu and Antonio Oarbonel, Franciscans, killed in the rebellion of the Taos, Picuries, Tehuas, Tanos, Queres, and Jemes Indians, at San Crist6val de Tanos, June 4, 1696. , killed by Indians during the EI Pope revolt, at Tesuque, August 10, 1680.
Juan Bernal and Juan Domingo de Vera, Franciscans, killed by Tejuan Indians at Santa Cruz de Galisteo, August 10, 1680. killed in EI Pope revolt at San Diego de loB Jemes, August 11, 1680. , killed by roving Indians near Chilili, September 10, 1581. , killed by Zuni Indians during El Pope revolt, August 11, 1680. Zda, Franciscans, killed by Zuni Indians in El Pope revolt, August 12, 1680. , killed if. , probably killed by Indians near Cicuye, April 19, 1544.
Luis Morales, and the lay brothers Antonio Sanchez de Pro and Luis Baeza, Franciscans, killed in El Pope revolt at San Ildefonso, August 11, 1680. , killed by the Yumas and Tanos Indians, January 26, 1689. , killed by Hopi Indians in EI Pope revolt at San Marcos pueblo, August 11, 1680. , killed by the Zipias Indians at Hawikuh, 27. , killed by his own flock in EI Pope revolt at Puebla de Los Angeles, August 10, 1680. , Franciscans, killed in El Pope revolt at Santo Domingo, August 12, 1680. , killed by Apache Indians at Hawikuh, August 7, 1670. , killed by Taos Indians, December 21, 1631. , killed by Tanos Indians in EI Pope revolt, August 10, 1680. , killed by Tehua Indians at Nambe in EI Pope revolt, August 10, 1680. , martyr, killed by Iroquois Indians at Ossernenon, September 23, 1642. , martyr, killed by the Iroquois at Ossernenon, October 18, 1646. , martyr, killed by the Iroquois at Ossernenon; October 19, 1646.
TEXAS ...
Alonzo Giraldo Terreros and Jose Santiestevan, Franciscans, killed by Comanche Indians at Santa Cruz Mission, March 161, 1758. , killed by American frontiersmen at Nagadoches, November 5, 1834. , killed by Coco Indians at Candelaria, May 11, 1752. , killed by Lipan Apaches at Carniceria, April 18, 1721. , killed by the Tiguex, November 25, 1729. , killed by natives near I the Rio Grande, July 20, c1758
Zenobius Membre and Maroime Le Olerq, Recollect missionaries, and OhefdeviUe, Sulpician, killed by the Karankawas at Fort Saint Louis, March 24, 1687.
VIRGINIA ...
Juan Bautista de Segura, the novices Gabriel de Granada and Sancho de ZeveUos, and the lay-brothers Oristoval Redondo and Pedro Linares, Jesuits, killed by an Indian guide at Occoquan, February 18, 1571.
Luis de Quiros and the lay brothers Gabriel de Solis and Juan Mendez, Jesuits, killed! by Indians at Axacan, February 14, 1571. , killed by Outagamies or Fox Indians aJ; Oshkosh, December 23, 1672. , killed: while laboring among the Fox tribe, February 20, 1715. , killed by the Winnebagoes near De I Pere, April 20, 1687. , killed by Sioux Indians near the Rapids of Menominee, August 14, 1661.
Two Jesuit Fathers, killed by the Winnebagoes, September 29, 1765
Brawner - ) A boor killed for the table
Zur - Midianite tribal chief (Numbers 25:15 NIV) whose daughter, Cozbi, was killed along with an Israelite man by Phinehas. Zur was later killed in a battle Moses led ( Numbers 31:7-8 )
Asaliah - After Ahaziah's death, she killed his potential heirs and ruled for six years, using her influence to suppress the true prophets and to support Baal worship. She was killed when Jehoiada revealed that Ahaziah's son, Joash, was still alive
Athaliah - After Ahaziah's death, she killed his potential heirs and ruled for six years, using her influence to suppress the true prophets and to support Baal worship. She was killed when Jehoiada revealed that Ahaziah's son, Joash, was still alive
Herod - He killed all the Hasmoneans and seized the rule. Fearing that the rabbis would challenge his authority, he killed them all, leaving only Bava ben Buta
Jose de Espleta - Franciscan, killed in El Popé, Arizona revolt, August 31, 1680
Banta Maria, Augustin a - Franciscan, killed in El Popé, Arizona revolt, August 31, 1680
Augustin a Banta Maria - Franciscan, killed in El Popé, Arizona revolt, August 31, 1680
Espleta, Jose de - Franciscan, killed in El Popé, Arizona revolt, August 31, 1680
Lahmi - Brother of Goliath, killed by Elhanan
Salt, Valley of - David killed 18,000 Edomites there (2 Samuel 8:13 ; compare 1 Chronicles 18:12 ; Psalm 60:1 ). ) killed 10,000 Edomites (2 Kings 14:7 )
Jose de Trujillo - , killed by Hopi Indians at Aguativi, Arizona, August 12, 1680
Trujillo, Jose de - , killed by Hopi Indians at Aguativi, Arizona, August 12, 1680
Veal - ) The flesh of a calf when killed and used for food
Zebah - ” He and Zalmunna were Midianite kings that Gideon captured and killed because they had killed Gideon's brothers (Judges 8:4-21 ; see Psalm 83:11 ; Isaiah 9:4 ; Isaiah 10:26 )
Anaerobies - ) Microorganisms which do not require oxygen, but are killed by it
Quintana, Andres - , killed by his own mission Indians at Santa Cruz, California, October 12, 1812
Andres Quintana - , killed by his own mission Indians at Santa Cruz, California, October 12, 1812
Arieh - One, apparently in the service of Pekahiah, killed by Pekah
Murrion - ) Infected with or killed by murrain
Figueras, Jose de - , killed in El Popé, Arizona revolt at San Bernardo de Aguativi, August 12, 1680
Jose de Figueras - , killed in El Popé, Arizona revolt at San Bernardo de Aguativi, August 12, 1680
Aspatha - Son of Haman killed by Jews (Esther 9:10 )
Apollophanes - A Syrian killed at the taking of Gazara by Judas Maccabæus
Gadi - Father of Menahem who killed Shallum, and reigned as king of Israel
Outright - ) Immediately; without delay; at once; as, he was killed outright
Lasha'Ron - (the plain ), one of the Canaanite towns whose kings were killed by Joshua
Asahel - He was killed by Abner, in the battle of Gibeon, 2 Samuel 2:18-19 , while he obstinately persisted in the pursuit of that general. To revenge his death, his brother Joab, some years after, treacherously killed Abner, who had come to wait on David at Hebron, in order to procure him to be acknowledged king by all Israel, 2 Samuel 3:26-27
Madon - A leading Canaanite city, whose king Jobab was killed at Merom with Jabiu's confederates (Joshua 11:1; Joshua 12:19)
Jaareoregim - Father of Elhanan who killed one of the giants
Shobach - killed by David
Thebez - An Ephraimite town near Sheshem, at the siege of which Abimelech was killed, Judges 9:50-55 ; 2 Samuel 11:21
Saph - ” A giant the men of David killed (2 Samuel 21:18 )
Jozachar - One of those who killed Joash, or Jehoash, king of Judah
Aphek - Royalcity of the Canaanites, the king of which was killed by Joshua, Joshua 12:18 : probably the same as APHEKAHin Joshua 15:53 . Where the Philistines encamped when Saul and Jonathan were killed. City, the wall of which falling killed 27,000 of the Syrians, 1 Kings 20:26,30 ; 2 Kings 13:17
Lahmi - Elhanan the son of Jair killed him (1 Chronicles 20:5 ). The parallel passage (2 Samuel 21:19 ) says Elhanan the Bethlehemite killed Goliath
Zalmunna - ” King of Midian captured and killed by Gideon (Judges 8:1-21 ; Psalm 83:11 )
Zechariah ben jehoiada - 661 BCE) Mentioned in 2 Chronicles 24, was killed in the Holy Temple courtyard while trying to prevent the erection of an idol in the Holy Temple
Thebez - The town where Abimelech was killed
Sippai - (ssihp' pay i) Alternate rendering (1 Chronicles 20:4 ) of the name “Saph” (2 Samuel 21:18 ), a son of a giant killed by Sibbechai the Hushathite
Elead - ” Member of tribe of Ephraim killed by men of Gath for stealing their cattle (1 Chronicles 7:21 )
Uriah the hitite - As per King David�s orders, he was killed in a battle against the Ammonites
Jarmuth - Joshua, in his battles, killed the king of Jarmuth
Beheading - John the Baptist was killed in the Roman manner of beheading with the sword. In Revelation 20:4 , those 'beheaded' for the witness of Jesus, may be killed in other ways, for the word πελεκίζω signifies 'to cut with an axe,' having no particular reference to the head
Apries - He incited Judea and Phenicia to rebellion against Nabuchodonosor, and was later defeated and killed by his own general, Amasis
Cities of refuge - " A person who accidentally killed someone found safe haven there from avenging relatives
Asahel - Son of David's sister Zeruiah, and brother of Joab; one of David's thirty heroes, and extremely swift of foot; killed by Abner, at the battle of Gibeon, 2 Samuel 2:18,23
Zechariah, king of israel - killed a mere six months later, and succeeded by his assassin, King Shallum ben Jabesh
Retriever - ) A dor, or a breed of dogs, chiefly employed to retrieve, or to find and recover game birds that have been killed or wounded
Ungeld - ) A person so far out of the protection of the law, that if he were murdered, no geld, or fine, should be paid, or composition made by him that killed him
Malchishua, Melchishua - Son of king Saul: he was killed in battle with his father
Orei miklat - " A person who accidentally killed someone found safe haven there from avenging relatives
Eutychus - A young man who was killed at Troas by falling from the window of a room in the third story, where Paul was preaching
Unawares - He killed the man unawares
Evi - ” King of Midian killed in battle by Israelites during wilderness wanderings (Numbers 31:8 )
Cain - According to tradition, he was killed by his great-great-great grandson, Lemech
Shallum - Son of Jabesh, or a native of Jebesh, who treacherously killed Zechariah King of Israel and usurped his kingdom, B. He held it only one month, when Menahem son of Gadi killed him in Samaria
Mattan - Queen Athaliah's priest of Baal in Jerusalem killed in Jehoiada's purge (2 Kings 11:18 )
Vajezatha - ” One of Haman's ten sons the Jews killed after Esther gained permission to retaliate against Haman's deadly plan (Esther 9:9 )
Baal Hazor - There Absalom had his sheep farm, and invited all David's sons to feast at his sheepshearing, and killed Amnon (2 Samuel 13:23)
Strangled - 1: πνικτός (Strong's #4156 — Adjective — pniktos — pnik-tos' ) from pnigo, "to choke," occurs in Acts 15:20,29 ; 21:25 , of the flesh of animals killed by strangling, without shedding their blood (see, e
Pekahiah - Pekah, son of Remaliah, conspired against him, and killed him in his own palace, 2 Kings 15:22-25
e'Lah, the Valley of - (valley of the terebinth ), the valley in which David killed Goliath
Rekem - King of Midian, slain by the Israelites, when Balaam was also killed
Arza - The king was drunk in Arza's house when Zimri killed Baasha (1 Kings 16:8-10 )
Thebez - ) A woman with a millstone, from the tower which was the last, stronghold not yet taken, killed him (Judges 9:50-55; 2 Samuel 11:21)
Shobach - Commander of Syrian army under Hadad-ezer killed by David's troops in battle (2Samuel 10:16,2 Samuel 10:18 )
Arethas And Companions, Saint - Martyrs (523), inhabitants of the Christian city of Nedshran (Negran), Arabia, killed by the Dhu Nowas (Dunawan), King of the Hymerites
Baana - A captain of Ishbosheth's army after Saul died and Abner deserted to David and was killed by Joab. Baanah and his brother killed Ishbosheth and reported it to David, who had them killed (2 Samuel 4:1 )
Husbandman - In another metaphor, Jehovah let out a vineyard to Israel, and prepared it for fruit-bearing; but when He sent for the fruit, His servants were ill-treated and killed. Last of all He sent His Son, but Him they killed also
Goliath - Young David accepted the challenge and killed Goliath with his slingshot, leading to the Philistines’ defeat
Nisroch - Sennacherib was killed in the temple of this idol ( 2 Kings 19:37 ; Isaiah 37:38 )
Lag baomer - the 33day of the Omer, a minor festival falling between Passover and Shavuot, commemorating the end of a plague which killed thousands of Rabbi Akiva�s students; also the yahrzeit of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, author of the Zohar ...
Nisroch - Sennacherib was killed by two of his sons, while he was paying his adorations in the temple of this deity, 2 Kings 19:37 ; Isaiah 37:38
Dalphon - The sons were killed when the Jews protected themselves against the Persian attack (Esther 9:7 )
Og - killed in battle by the Israelites shortly before Moses� death
Giah - ” Place where David's general Joab confronted Abner, Saul's general, after Abner killed Joab's brother Asahel (2 Samuel 2:24 )
Mortify - ’ Early writers could use it literally also, as Erasmus, Commune Crede , 81, ‘Christ was mortified, and killed in dede, as touchynge to his fleshe; but was quickened in spirite
Er - He married Tamar but was so wicked that God killed him (Genesis 38:6-7 )
Jonathan - Led the Israelite rebellion against the Philistines and was killed in battle together with his father
Tump - ) To draw or drag, as a deer or other animal after it has been killed
Adonijah - Eventually he was killed by his brother, King Solomon for an attempted act of treason
ma'Don - Its king joined Jabin and his confederates in their attempt against Joshua at the waters of Xierom, and like the rest was killed
el-Hanan - ” It states that El-hanan killed Goliath. 1 Chronicles 20:5 does indicate that El-hanan killed Lahmi, the brother of Goliath
Yael - When he fell into a deep sleep, she killed him by hammering a tent-peg through his temple
Jael - When he fell into a deep sleep, she killed him by hammering a tent-peg through his temple
Weregild - ) The price of a man's head; a compensation paid of a man killed, partly to the king for the loss of a subject, partly to the lord of a vassal, and partly to the next of kin
Shamgar - Scripture only says he defended Israel, and killed six hundred Philistines with an ox-goad
Agag - At G-d’s command, communicated through the prophet Samuel, the Saul-led Israelite army killed the entire Amalekite population—aside from Agag, who was spared and taken captive
Ephraim, Wood of - A forest in which a fatal battle was fought between the army of David and that of Absalom, who was killed there (2 Samuel 18:6,8 )
Ehud - Ehud cunningly killed Eglon and led a successful military offensive against the Moabites
Malchishua - ” Son of King Saul and Ahinoam (1 Chronicles 8:33 ; 1 Chronicles 9:39 ) killed in battle with the Philistines at Mount Gilboa (1 Samuel 14:49 ; 1 Samuel 31:2 ; 1 Chronicles 10:2 )
Apphus - The name is usually thought to mean ‘dissembler’; and some suppose that it was given to Jonathan for his stratagem against the tribe of the Jambri, who had killed his brother John ( 1Ma 9:37-41 )
Sisyphus - He was killed by Theseus, and in the lower world was condemned by Pluto to roll to the top of a hill a huge stone, which constantly rolled back again, making his task incessant
e'Phes-Dam'Mim - (cessation of blood-shed ), a place between Socoh and Arekah, at which the Philistines were encamped before the affray in which Goliath was killed
Amon - He followed the infamous idolatry of his father and was killed in a palace revolt (2 Kings 21:19-23 ). The people of Judah, in turn, killed the rebels
Beth-Haggan - ) fled there from Jehu, but Jehu finally caught up and killed him (2 Kings 9:27 )
Chauffeur - ) Brigands in bands, who, about 1793, pillaged, burned, and killed in parts of France; - so called because they used to burn the feet of their victims to extort money
Absalom - Eventually he returned, and later led a revolt against his father, which ended when he was killed by Joab
Jehozabad - One of conspirators who killed King Joash of Judah (2 Kings 12:21 )
Helkathhazzurim - Name, signifying, as in the margin , 'field of strong men,' given to the place where twelve men of Israel and twelve of Judah killed each other, which led to a very sore battle
Thebez - City in Ephraim, It was taken by Abimelech except the tower, from which he was killed by a piece of a millstone
Berthold - (died 1198) Bishop and apostle of the Livonians, killed near Riga in a crusade against the pagans who threatened the destruction of the recently established Christian community
Sisera - Military leader of Jabin, king of Canaan (Judges 4:2 ) who was killed by Heber's wife, Jael (Judges 4:21 )
Tzelofechad - Some say he was killed by the Amalekites and the Canaanites among those who -- after the Spies catastrophe -- attempted to go to Canaan on their own
Zelophehad - Some say he was killed by the Amalekites and the Canaanites among those who -- after the Spies catastrophe -- attempted to go to Canaan on their own
Ahiman - Compare Judges 1:10 , where the tribe of Judah killed the three brothers
Michal - (David's wife): (a) (9th century BCE) Daughter of King Saul, her hand in marriage was given to David after he killed Goliath
Ox - During the 40 years oxen and sheep were seldom killed for food, from whence arose their lustings after flesh (Leviticus 17:1-6)
a'Mon - Amon devoted himself wholly to the service of false gods, but was killed in a conspiracy, and was succeeded by his son Josiah
Sisera - Military leader of Jabin, king of Canaan (Judges 4:2 ) who was killed by Heber's wife, Jael (Judges 4:21 )
Lehi - ” City where Samson killed 1,000 Philistines with the jawbone of a donkey and where God provided water from the jawbone (Judges 15:1 )
Abner ben ner - Later, realizing that Ish Bosheth's rule could not last, he negotiated a peace agreement with Ish Bosheth's rival, David�but was treacherously killed by Joab
Blood, Revenger of - He who avenged the blood of one who had been killed
Hart, - The hart is reckoned among the clean animals, (12:15; 14:5; 15:22) and seems from the passages quoted, as well as from (1 Kings 4:23 ) to have been commonly killed for food
Kilwinning Abbey - The last abbot, Gavin Hamilton was killed, 1571; the confiscation and destruction of the abbey soon followed
Kuhn, Eusebius - According to a Jesuit manuscript he was killed by rebel Indians
Kino, Eusebius - According to a Jesuit manuscript he was killed by rebel Indians
Hart - It is ranked among the clean animals (Deuteronomy 12:15 ; 14:5 ; 15:22 ), and was commonly killed for food (1 Kings 4:23 )
Heber - ) into her tent and then killed him
Jehosheba - ” Sister of King Ahaziah who, after his death, took young Joash and protected him from Queen Athaliah so Athaliah could not have him killed as she did the other royal children (2 Kings 11:2 )
Deodand - Thus, if a cart ran over a man and killed him, it was forfeited as a deodand
Adonis - He was killed in the chase by a wild boar
Abbey, Kilwinning - The last abbot, Gavin Hamilton was killed, 1571; the confiscation and destruction of the abbey soon followed
Jezebel - Induced the Israelites to worship Baal, supported the prophets of Baal, and killed hundreds of true prophets
Revenger - Or AVENGER OF BLOOD, is a name given in Scripture to the man who had the right, according to the Jewish polity, of taking revenge on him who had killed one of his relations
Riz'Pah, - ) The tragic story of the love and endurance with which she watched over the bodies of her two sons, who were killed by the Gibeonites, (2 Samuel 21:8-11 ) has made Rizpah one of the most familiar objects in the whole Bible
Saul - Overcome with jealousy, Saul pursued David until he himself was killed in battle by the Philistines
Ahasuerus - At the advice of his minister Haman, he issued a decree that all Jews should be killed
e'Phraim, Wood of - A forest on the east of the Jordan where the battle was fought against Absalom, and where he was killed
Ishmael ben elisha, rabbi - He is one of the Ten Martyrs brutally killed by the Romans ...
Elnathan - Jehoiakim's ready tool for evil, in fetching the prophet Urijah out of Egypt to be killed (Jeremiah 26:22-23); one of the king's council when Jeremiah's roll was burned (Jeremiah 36:12; Jeremiah 36:25); he interceded with the king not to burn it
Bithron - Abner killed Asahel
Try'Phon - "Tryphon, by treason and successive wars, gained supreme power, killed Antiochus and assumed the throne
Blood Money - ...
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Money paid to the next of kin of a person who has been killed by another
Yishmael ben elisha - He is one of the Ten Martyrs brutally killed by the Romans ...
Aviators - The French aviator Georges Guynemer, who engaged in 215 aerial battles, brought down 54 enemy airplanes, was twice wounded, and finally killed in action, was a devout Catholic
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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Onan - Onan repeatedly failed to complete the responsibilities of the marriage and thus God killed him (Genesis 38:8-10 )
Aceldama - The field Judas Iscariot purchased, where he killed himself (Acts 1:19 )
Absalom - To avenge his sister's dishonor he killed his elder stepbrother, Amnon
Iddo - Josephus and others are of opinion that he was sent to he, who was killed by a lion, 1 Kings 13:1-25
Herodians - Though the Pharisees would normally not be sympathetic to the Herodians, they were willing to cooperate with them in trying to find a way to have Jesus accused of law-breaking and, if possible, killed (Matthew 22:15-17; Mark 3:6)
Sennacherib - King Hezekiah prayed for deliverance, and that night all the Assyrian soldiers – hundreds of thousands of them – were killed by an angel of G-d
Ax - Tool or weapon generally with wooden handle and edged metal head, in art associated with ...
Saint Bartholomew, Apostle, probably by analogy for knife with which he was slain; ...
Saint Boniface, who used it to cut down a tree dedicated to Thor; ...
Saint Matthew, Apostle, by analogy for sword with which possibly he was killed; ...
Saint Matthew of Beauvais, beheaded; ...
Saint Olaf of Norway, who carried an ax in battle
Tappuah - City whose king was killed under Joshua, but whether the same as either of the above is unknown
Aristarchus - He was nearly killed in the tumult which Demetrius excited in Ephesus, Acts 19:29, and it is said that he was finally beheaded in Rome
Zachariah - He did evil in the sight of the Lord, and Shallum son of Jabesh conspired against him, killed him in public, and reigned in his stead
Beth-Eked - Place where Jehu, after slaughtering all members of King Ahab's house in Jezreel, met representatives from King Ahaziah of Judah and killed them (2 Kings 10:12-14 )
Cow - A cow and her calf were not to be killed on the same day (Leviticus 22:28 ; Exodus 23:19 ; Deuteronomy 22:6,7 )
Adalbert, Saint - Attempting to evangelize the people of Hungary and the Poles, he was killed at the instigation of a pagan priest
Nergalsharezer - He killed his brother-in-law Evil-merodach, and succeeded to the throne, B
e'Lah - ) He was killed while drunk, by Zimri, in the house of his steward Azra, who was probably a confederate in the plot
e'Lah - ) He was killed while drunk, by Zimri, in the house of his steward Azra, who was probably a confederate in the plot
Aphek - A Canaanite royal city, the king of which was killed by Joshua (Joshua 12:18). The place of the Philistines' encampment before the Israelites' defeat in which Eli's sons were killed and the ark was taken (1 Samuel 4); also before the battle in which Saul was slain (1 Samuel 29); on the Philistines' high road to Jezreel
Jehoash - When his father Ahaziah was killed, the mother of Ahaziah killed Ahaziah’s children and seized the throne of Judah. After six years the high priest led a successful revolution that saw Athaliah killed, Baalism removed, and the child Joash placed on the Davidic throne (835 BC; 2 Kings 11). ...
After Jehoiada’s death, Joash and his people drifted into idolatry and even killed a priest who rebuked them (2 Chronicles 24:15-22)
Cancer de Barbastro, Luis - When, he arrived at the Bay of Tampa, Father Cancer went ashore and was killed by savages
Luis Cancer de Barbastro - When, he arrived at the Bay of Tampa, Father Cancer went ashore and was killed by savages
Golan - ” It was a city of refuge for people who unintentionally killed someone and was located in Bashan for the part of the tribe of Manasseh living east of the Jordan River (Deuteronomy 4:43 )
Sibbec(h)ai - Member of David's army who killed a giant or, more literally, a descendant of the Rephaim (2 Samuel 21:18 REB)
Libation - Libations were also in use among the Hebrews, who poured a hin of wine on the victim after it was killed, and the several pieces of the sacrifice were laid on the altar ready to be consumed in the flames
Agag - King of the Amalekites whom Saul should have killed, but whom he spared
Barachias - ...
Some think him to be Zacharias, the son of Jehoiada, who was killed by the orders of Joash, between the temple and the altar, 2 Chronicles 24:21
Geder - ” City whose king Joshua killed (Joshua 12:13 )
Geruth - ” Fugitives stopped there near Bethlehem on their way to Egypt fleeing from Ishmael, who had killed Gedaliah, whom Babylon had appointed governor of Judah after the fall of Jerusalem in 586 B
Azrikam - Zicri, a soldier in Israel's army, killed him when Israel attacked Judah about 741 B
Agag - Samuel considered him to be under the ban of extermination, and therefore killed him as a religious act ( 1 Samuel 15:33 )
Abimelech - After his father's death in 1027 BCE, he convinced the Shechemites to appoint him as his father's successor, and killed all but one of his 70 brothers to eliminate competition
Arkansas - Jesuit missionaries labored among them as early as 1689 and until 1730, with little encouragement, however, one of them, Father Paul du Poisson, having been killed by the Indians of Mississippi in 1729. An earlier victim was Father Nicholas Foucault of the Foreign Seminary, killed also in Mississippi, in 1702
Adino - It will be noted that Jashobeam is said to have killed three hundred men, and Adino killed eight hundred
Samson - ...
When, for example, the Philistines won a bet against him through cheating, Samson killed thirty of their citizens (Judges 14:18-19). In retaliation for their murder of his wife and father-in-law, Samson killed more Philistines (Judges 15:6-8). When the Philistines made an attack on the town where he was staying in an attempt to capture him, he killed another thousand of them (Judges 15:15). His greatest triumph was on the day of his death when, through faith in the power of God, he killed all the Philistine rulers along with three thousand of their leading people (Judges 16:23; Judges 16:28; Judges 16:30; Hebrews 11:32-34)
Barabbas - ") A contrast to the true Son of the Father! The Jews asked the murderous taker of life to be given as a favor to them (it being customary to release one prisoner at the passover), and killed the Prince of life! (Acts 3:14-15
Jaare-Oregim - ” Father of Elhanan from Bethlehem, who killed Goliath
Nanaea - In 2Ma 1:10-17 we have a legendary account of the death of Antiochus Epiphanes, who is said to have attempted to plunder a temple of Nanæa in Persia, and to have been treacherously killed in the temple by the priests
Passover - A solemn festival of the Jews, instituted in commemoration of their coming out of Egypt; because, the night before their departure, the destroying angel, who put to death the first-born of the Egyptians, passed over the houses of the Hebrews, without entering therein; because they were marked with the blood of the lamb, which was killed the evening before, and which for this reason was called the paschal lamb
Lasharon - ” Listed as one of towns whose king Joshua killed in conquering Canaan (Joshua 12:18 )
Drink Offering - If Paul's life should be poured out for the Philippians and he should be killed while seeking to serve them, he would consider it an honor
Ahikam - ) briefly before rebels killed him (2 Kings 25:22-25 )
Ahio - His brother touched the ark and was killed (2 Samuel 6:6-7 )
Doeg - Doeg afterwards falsely accused Abimelech, the high priest, to Saul; and, when none of the king's guard would execute the ferocious sentence to slay the priests of the Lord, he fell upon them and killed 80 persons, sacking also their city
Adrammelech - The king returning to Nineveh, after his unhappy expedition made into Judea against king Hezekiah, was killed by his two sons, Adrammelech and Sharezer, while at his devotions in the temple of his god Nisroch, Isaiah 37:38 ; 2 Kings 19
Refuge, Cities of - Towns which, according to Jewish law, enjoyed the right of asylum, and to which anyone who had unintentionally killed another might flee and be protected from the "avenger of blood
Baasha - He conspired against and killed his immediate predecessor Nadab, the son of Jeroboam I (1 Kings 15:27 )
Hamor - Hamor and Shechem were killed by Simeon and Levi in an act of revenge for the outrage committed against Dinah (Genesis 34:25-26 )
Hoham - He was one of five kings shut in cave, used to show Israel's superiority over the kings by the symbol of Israel's captains putting their feet on the kings' necks, and then killed and hung on a tree (Joshua 10:15-26 )
Amon - His servants conspired against him, and slew him in his own house; but the people killed all the conspirators, and established his son Josiah on the throne
Diblath - Here it was that Nebuchadnezzar had sat in judgment on the last Jewish king, Zedekiah, and killed his sons before his eyes, and then blinded him and slain the chief men of Jerusalem
Barak - He was subsequently killed by Jael, the wife of Heber the Kenite
Casement - Sisera's mother looked through a similar window as she impatiently waited for her son to return from the battle which he had lost to Deborah and Barak and after which he was killed by Jael (Judges 5:28 )
Agag - Saul should have killed Agag
Baasha - Son of Ahijah of the house of Issachar: he conspired against Nadab king of Israel, killed him and all the seed royal, and reigned in his stead, B
Tamar - Absalom killed Amnon to avenge his sister's honor, creating a rift between David and Absalom
Retrieve - ) To discover and bring in game that has been killed or wounded; as, a dog naturally inclined to retrieve
Baasha - Baasha killed his master treacherously at the siege of Gibbethon, a city of the Philistines, A
Zachariah - He was killed in a conspiracy of which Shallum was the head, and by which the prophecy in 2 Kings 10:30 was fulfilled
Baasha - He killed his master treacherously at the siege of Gibbethon, and usurped the kingdom, B
Elah -
Valley of, where the Israelites were encamped when David killed Goliath (1 Samuel 17:2,19 ). He was killed while drunk by Zimri, one of the captains of his chariots, and was the last king of the line of Baasha
a'Phek -
A royal city of the Canaanites, the king of which was killed by Joshua, (Joshua 12:18 ) probably the same as APHEKAH in (Joshua 15:53 ) ...
A city, apparently in the extreme north of Asher, (Joshua 19:30 ) from which the Canaanites were not ejected, (Judges 1:31 ) though here it is APHIK . ...
A place at which the Philistines encamped while the Israelites pitched in Eben-ezer, before the fatal battle in which the sons of Eli were killed and the ark was taken
Firstborn - The firstling of a clean beast was offered at the temple, not to be redeemed, but to be killed; an unclean beast, a horse, an ass, or a camel, was either redeemed or exchanged; an ass was redeemed by a lamb or five shekels; if not redeemed, it was killed, Exodus 13:2,11 , etc
Frumentius, Saint - On the journey they were overtaken by pirates, and all were killed except the two brothers, who were taken as slaves to the court of the King of Axum
Abib - On the tenth of this month the passover-lamb was set apart; it was killed on the fourteenth towards sunset, and eaten the same evening after the fifteenth day had begun
Cameronians - thinking such an acceptance an acknowledgment of the king's supremacy, made a defection from his brethren, and even headed a rebellion, in which he was killed
Beriah - Son of Ephraim, begotten in the days of mourning occasioned by the death of Ephraim’s four sons, who were killed by the men of Gath whilst cattle-raiding; hence the false etymology, bera‘ah = ‘in affliction’ ( 1 Chronicles 7:23 )
Pelt - ) The body of any quarry killed by the hawk
Apt - Having a tendency liable used of things as, wheat on moist land is apt to blast or be winter-killed
Incursion - Wooster was killed
Carchemish - Apparently it was taken by the Assyrians, Isaiah 10:5,9 ; afterwards conquered by Necho king of Egypt, after the battle of Megiddo, in which Josiah was killed, 2 Chronicles 35:20 , where it is CHARCHEMISH
Chedorlaomer - In punishing some of his tributaries he carried away Lot, but was pursued by Abram and was apparently killed
Sisera - Sisera, thirsty and weary, sought shelter in the tent of Jael, who killed him with a tent peg driven through his head with a hammer — showing how God can energise a feeble instrument to work out His deliverance
Abner - Joab then killed Abner, who was buried in Hebron (2 Samuel 3:1 )
Vaccine - Prior to 1995, such preparations usually contained killed organisms of the type for which immunity was desired, and sometimes used live organisms having attenuated virulence
Evening - It was in the interval between the two evenings, at whichever of these periods it occurred, that the passover was to be killed and the daily sacrifice offered
ba'Anah -
Son of Rimmon, a Benjamite, who with his brother Rechab murdered Ishbosheth For this they were killed by David; and their mutilated bodies hung up over the pool at Hebron
Elah - He gave himself to drunken dissipation, until Zimri, one of his generals, revolted and killed him
Nail - The "nail" with which Jael killed Sisera was rather a tent-pin, such as is driven into the ground in order to fasten the cords of the tent, Exodus 27:19 Judges 4:21-22
Zachari'ah - He was killed in a conspiracy of which Shallum was the head, and by which the prophecy in (2 Kings 10:30 ) was accomplished, ...
The father of Abi or Abijah, Hezekiah's mother
Elah - He reigned little more than a year, being killed while intoxicated, by Zimri
Cameronians - thinking such an acceptance an acknowledgment of the king's supremacy, made a defection from his brethren, and even headed a rebellion, in which he was killed
Evening - ' The paschal lamb was to be killed between the two evenings, and some have thought that this allowed the passover lamb to be killed any time between the evening of the 14th and the evening of the 15th Abib
Shal'Lum -
The fifteenth king of Israel, son of Jabesh, conspired against Zachariah, killed him, and brought the dynasty of Jehu to a close, B. Shallum, after reigning in Samaria for a month only, was in his turn dethroned and killed by Menahem
Abner - He was, however, treacherously slain by Joab, either to revenge the death of Asahel, Joab's brother, who Abner had formerly killed, or more probably from jealousy
Nethaniah - Father of Ishmael who killed Gedaliah (2 Kings 25:23-25 ; Jeremiah 40:8 ,Jeremiah 40:8,40:14-16 ;Jeremiah 40:14-16;41:1 )
Quarry - ) A heap of game killed
Nadab - He reigned two years and was then killed by Baasha
Death - "I will forewarn you whom ye shall fear: Fear him, which after he hath killed, hath power to cast into hell; yea, I say unto you, Fear him
Cameronians - The Cameronians took their denomination from Richard Cameron, a famous field preacher, who, refusing to accept the indulgence to tender consciences granted by King Charles II, as such an acceptance seemed an acknowledgment of the king's supremacy, and that he had before a right to silence them, separated from his brethren, and even headed a rebellion, in which he was killed
Kill - An animal may be killed by the sword or by poison, by disease or by suffocation
Abinadab - Son of King Saul killed by Philistines in battle of Mount Gilboa (1 Samuel 31:2 )
Adrammelech - Son of Sennacherib, king of Assyria, Isaiah 37:38 ; 2 Kings 19:37 , who, upon returning to Nineveh after his fatal expedition against Hezekiah, was killed by his two sons, Adrammelech and Sharezer, through fear, according to Jewish tradition, of being sacrificed to his idol Nisroch
Bethsabee - At the height of his glory David committed adultery with Bethsabee; had her husband placed in the thick of battle so that he might be killed; and then married her
Elhanan - " Goliath the Gittite was killed by David (1 Samuel 17 )
Heber - A Kenite, of the family of Hobab: he was husband of Jael who killed Sisera
Ish-Bosheth - Abner was killed afterward by Joab
Martyrs - Martyrs, the Ten Ten Mishnaic sages who were killed by the Romans in the second century CE as an atonement for the sale of Joseph
Ten martyrs - Ten Martyrs, the: Ten Mishnaic sages who were killed by the Romans in the second century CE as an atonement for the sale of Joseph
Bottle - When the animal is killed, the head and feet are cut off, and the body drawn out without any further incision
Iddo - Josephus, and many others after him, are of opinion that it was Iddo who was sent to Jeroboam, while he was at Bethel, and was there dedicating an altar to the golden calves; and that it was he who was killed by a lion, 1 Kings 13
Sebastian Rasle - He was attacked by Mohawks on August 23, 1724; he and several of his flock were killed and scalped
Rasle, Sebastian - He was attacked by Mohawks on August 23, 1724; he and several of his flock were killed and scalped
Dor - One of the cities which joined Jabin against Joshua ( Joshua 11:2 ), and whose king was killed ( Joshua 12:23 )
Evening - In this interval the Passover was to be killed, and the daily evening sacrifice offered, Exodus 29:39-41 , Hebrew
Judas - He was killed by the Romans and his followers were dispersed
Athaliah - ...
Six years later, Athaliah was killed in a fresh anti-Baal revolution, this one centred on Jerusalem (2 Chronicles 22:12; 2 Chronicles 23:1-15)
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Natural Moral Cain could not have killed Cain could not have killed Abel, if Cain had been the Abel, if Cain had feared God, weakest, and Abel aware of and loved his brother. The woman mentioned in 2d Had that woman been a very Kings 6: 29, could not kill affectionate mother, she could her neighbour's son, and eat not have killed her own son in him, when he was hid, and a time of plenty, as she did in she could not find him
Joab - During this campaign David sent his infamous order to have Uriah, the husband of Bathsheba, killed (2 Samuel 11:1 ). Joab killed Absalom against the clear orders of David (2 Samuel 18:14 )
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B — 1: θύω (Strong's #2380 — Verb — thuo — thoo'-o ) is used of "sacrificing by slaying a victim," (a) of the "sacrifice" of Christ, 1 Corinthians 5:7 , RV, "hath been sacrificed" (AV, "is sacrificed"); (b) of the Passover "sacrifice," Mark 14:12 , RV, "they sacrificed" (AV, "they killed"); Luke 22:7 , RV, "(must) be sacrificed," AV, "(must) be killed;" (c) of idolatrous "sacrifices," Acts 14:13,18 ; 1 Corinthians 10:20 (twice)
Wolf - It often killed more than it could eat because the taste of blood put it into a frenzy
Elah - ), killed while he was drunk during rebellion Zimri, his general, led successfully (1 Kings 16:6-14 )
Pension - ) A stated allowance to a person in consideration of past services; payment made to one retired from service, on account of age, disability, or other cause; especially, a regular stipend paid by a government to retired public officers, disabled soldiers, the families of soldiers killed in service, or to meritorious authors, or the like
Argob - NIV translation can be interpreted to mean Pekah also killed Argob
Jabesh, Jabeshgilead - The city was afterwards saved from the Ammonites by Saul; and when Saul and his sons were killed in battle, the valiant men of the city took up their bodies and buried them
Badger - Burckhardt remarks that he "saw parts of the skin of a large fish, killed on the coast, which was an inch in thickness, and is employed by the Arabs instead of leather for sandals
ba'Asha - He was son of Ahijah of the tribe of Issachar and conspired against King Nadab, ( 1 Kings 15:27 ) and killed him with his whole family
Abel - ...
In envy and anger, Cain killed Abel (Genesis 4:8)
Robbers of Churches - In the latter passage, the term ‘church-robber’ is applied to Lysimachus, brother of Menelaus the high priest, who was killed in a riot (170 b. ‘Thus many of them they wounded, and some they struck to the ground, and all of them they forced to flee: but as for the church-robber himself him they killed beside the treasury
Ephraim - " The sons of Ephraim having made an inroad into Palestine, the inhabitants of Gath killed them. There was also the wood or forest of Ephraim, situated on the other side Jordan, in which Absalom's army was routed and himself killed, 2 Samuel 18:6
Jehoram - To make sure no one stopped him doing as he pleased, he killed all likely rivals. In one attack they killed most of the royal family (2 Chronicles 22:1)
Birds - They fed on small animals that they killed themselves and on the carcasses of larger animals that had either died or been killed by wild beasts
Bloodguilt - Bloodguilt was incurred (1) by intentional killing (Judges 9:24 ; 1Samuel 25:26,1 Samuel 25:33 ; 2 Kings 9:26 ; Jeremiah 26:15 ); (2) by unintentional killing (See Numbers 35:22-28 where one who accidentally kills another may be killed by the avenger of blood implying that the accidental murderer had bloodguilt. No other penalty or sacrifice could substitute for the death of the guilty party, nor was there any need for sacrifice once the murderer had been killed (Numbers 35:33 ; Deuteronomy 21:8-9 ). The one who unintentionally killed another [1] might flee to a city of refuge and be safe
Kill - to death," similarly rendered in John 18:31 ; often of Christ's death; in Revelation 2:13 , RV, "was killed" (AV, "was slain"); Revelation 9:15 , RV, "kill" (AV, "slay"); Revelation 11:13 , RV, "were killed" (AV, "were slain"); so in Revelation 19:21 ; (b) metaphorically, Romans 7:11 , of the power of sin, which is personified, as "finding occasion, through the commandment," and inflicting deception and spiritual death, i. ...
5: θανατόω (Strong's #2289 — Verb — thanatoo — than-at-o'-o ) "to put to death" (from thanatos, "death"), is translated "are killed" in Romans 8:36 ; "killed" in 2 Corinthians 6:9
Bigotry - Whereupon I killed up all the rest but the white rabbits, and sold them away, and left not enough to serve the earl's table
Rimmon - Father of Rechab and Baanah, who killed Saul's son Ish-Bosheth (2Samuel 4:2,2 Samuel 4:9 )
Claudius - During the reign of this emperor, several persecutions of the Christians by the Jews took place in the dominions of Herod Agrippa, in one of which the apostle James was "killed" (12:2)
Amphipolis - Its commercial situation, and the neighboring woods of Kerkine, and gold mines of mount Pangtens, gave it importance; also memorable in the Peloponnesian war for the battle fought at it, in which Brasidas and Cleon were killed
Ammihud - Father of King of Geshur to whom Absalom fled after he killed his brother Amnon (2 Samuel 13:37 )
Abinadab - One of Saul's sons who was killed with his brethren at Saul's last battle with the Philistines
Barak - Sisera was killed by Jael
Lachish - King Amaziah was killed there
World: Deception of - Having broken her wings by the blow, she fell to the ground, and was killed by one of the bystanders
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John Xxi, Pope - He was killed at Viterbo when the roof of his apartment in the papal palace collapsed
Chabanel, Noel, Saint - According to Father Ragueneau, he was killed by Louis Honareenhax, a member of the tribe who had apostatized from the faith, and who later confessed his guilt
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The "king's son," probably one of the sons of king Ahaz, killed by Zichri in the invasion of Judah by Pekah, king of Israel (2 Chronicles 28:7 )
Ishbibenob - The soldier Ishbibenob was killed by David's faithful soldier Abishai
Nero - , and killed himself to avoid a public execution, 68
Noel Chabanel, Saint - According to Father Ragueneau, he was killed by Louis Honareenhax, a member of the tribe who had apostatized from the faith, and who later confessed his guilt
James, Son of Alphaeus - These are the only passages where with certainty this apostle is spoken of; but we find in the Acts of the Apostles a James at Jerusalem after the son of Zebedee had been killed, and holding a sort of first place there
Sparrow - ) On the meaning of the rite in cleansing leper's, one tsippor killed, the other dipped in its blood and let loose alive, Cowper writes: "Dipped in his fellow's blood, The living bird went free; The type, well understood, Expressed the sinner's plea; Described a guilty soul enlarged, And by a Saviour's death discharged
Agag - (ay' gag) is a common title for Amalekite kings and in particular names the Amalekite king defeated by Saul and killed by Samuel
Hispanus, Petrus - He was killed at Viterbo when the roof of his apartment in the papal palace collapsed
Cities of Refuge - In that culture the responsibility of retribution against a family member who had been killed or seriously injured rested on the "goel," the next of kin
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Baasha - At the siege of Gibbethon, he conspired against Nadab, king of Israel, killed him and all his family, and possessed himself of the throne
Sycamore Tree - It is a tender tree, flourishing in sandy plains and warm valleys, but is not hardy enough for the mountain, and would be killed by a sharp frost
Gib'Eonites, the, - (Joshua 9:23,27 ) Saul appears to have broken this covenant, and in a fit of enthusiasm or patriotism to have killed some and devised a general massacre of the rest
Kill, Killing - Gideon destroyed Peniel and its people when they refused his aid (Judges 8:17 ); Saul thought about killing Samuel (1 Samuel 16:2 ), and was successful in having the priests of Nob slain (1 Samuel 22:17 ); Jezebel killed the prophets of Yahweh (1 Kings 18:13 ; cf. 1 Kings 19:10 ); Zechariah was stoned during the reign of Joash (2 Chronicles 24:21 ); Abimelech killed his seventy brothers (Judges 9:5 ); Athaliah killed her family and was herself killed (2 Kings 11:16 ; 2 Chronicles 23:15 ); and Jehu destroyed the line of Ahab (2 Chronicles 22:8 ). An ox who killed a man was stoned (Exodus 21:28-32 ). Yahweh punished misdeeds, was a military hero (Yahweh of hosts), and killed personal opponents (Numbers 22:21-35 ). He killed Pharaoh's firstborn (Exodus 4:23 ; 13:15 ), the Philistines (Isaiah 14:28-32 ), Babylonians (1669695713_56 ), and even his own people (Jeremiah 5:14 ; 23:29 ; Hosea 6:5 ; Amos 9:1-4 )
Benvenuto Cellini - It includes his description of the siege of Rome, 1527, where he claimed to have killed the Constable de Bourbon and wounded the Prince of Orange
Hadoram - The children of Israel killed Hadoram
Less, James the, Saint - He was stoned by the Jews and killed with a fuller's club
Padilla, Juan de - Setting out to visit the hostile Guas to the south, he was attacked by a band of savages and killed while kneeling in prayer
Juan de Padilla - Setting out to visit the hostile Guas to the south, he was attacked by a band of savages and killed while kneeling in prayer
Cellini, Benvenuto - It includes his description of the siege of Rome, 1527, where he claimed to have killed the Constable de Bourbon and wounded the Prince of Orange
Tribulation, the - Those who refuse to worship the Antichrist will be killed
Andrew - He is believed to have been killed on an x-shaped cross
Kill - ) An animal killed in the hunt, as by a beast of prey
Cooking - The proceedings on such occasions appear to have been as follows: --On the arrival of a guest, the animal, either a kid, lamb or calf, was killed, (Genesis 18:7 ; Luke 15:23 ) its throat being cut so that the blood might be poured out, (Leviticus 7:26 ) it was then flayed, and was ready for either roasting or boiling
Asp - Our Arabs killed it, saying it was exceedingly venomous
Shobach - 26 38), making him the son of Haman, a king of Persia whom Joshua had killed, and who stirred up a great coalition to avenge the death of his father I All authentic information concerning Shobach is contained in 2 Samuel 10:16-18 , which 1 Chronicles 19:16 repeats
Quails - , the quails flew at this height, and were easily killed or caught by the hand
Harosheth - Barak chased the army back to Harosheth and killed them there (Judges 4:16 )
Hyaena - In the gathering dusk and at night the hungry hyæna frequently becomes very bold, and will follow with relentless persistence a solitary pedestrian, who, if he cannot reach safety, will surely be killed
Oreb And Zeeb - ’ Associated with the invasion put down by Gideon, these two princes were killed by the men of Ephraim, who rose at Gideon’s suggestion and intercepted the princes and their followers at the river Jordan
Elah - A beacon to warn drunkards, killed by the captain of half his chariots, Zimri, while "drinking himself drunk" in the house of his steward Arza in Tirzah
Neco - ) of the 26th dynasty of Egypt whose forces killed Josiah in battle ( 2 Kings 23:29-35 ; 2 Chronicles 35:20-24 ) and who installed Jehoiakim as king of Judah in his place (2 Kings 23:34-35 )
Elishama - The father of Nethaniah, and grandfather of Ishmael, ‘of the seed royal,’ who killed Gedaliah at the time of the Exile ( 2 Kings 25:25 , Jeremiah 41:1 )
Nails - It was with a tent peg that Jael killed Sisera
Argob - One, apparently in the serviceof Pekahiah, killed by Pekah
Jair - " This Jair was the father of Elhanan, who killed Lachmi, the brother of Goliath
Abishai - He killed Isbi-benob, the Philistine giant who threatened David (2 Samuel 21:15-17 )
Abishai - Accompanying David into Saul’s camp, he would fain have killed the sleeper ( 1 Samuel 26:7 )
Engelbert of Cologne, Saint - Urged by the pope and the emperor to protect the nuns of Essen against their secular administrator, his cousin Frederick of Isenberg, he incurred the enmity of the count, who caused him to be attacked and killed
Ernest Psichari - In 1914 he resolved to join the Dominicans, but was killed in the opening days of World War I
James - James the Elder was the son of Zebedee; James the Less the son of Alpheus, (Matthew 10:2-3) The former was killed by Herod,; (Acts 12:1) the latter we have no scriptural relation of his death
Constantinus ii, the Eldest Son of Constantine the Great - ]'>[1] In 340 Constantine invaded the dominions of Constans and penetrated into Lombardy, where he was killed in a small engagement
ze'Bah - The people fled in dismay, and Gideon captured the two kings and brought them to his native village, Ophrah where he slew them because they had killed his brothers
Heber - HEBER the Kenite, of Jethro's family, husband to Jael, who killed Sisera, Judges 4:17 , &c
Amon - Following his father's example, Amon devoted himself wholly to the service of false gods, but was killed in a conspiracy
Zimri - He rebelled against his master, killed him, and usurped his kingdom
Haran - Here also Crassus the Roman general was defeated and killed by the Parthiuated on a branch of the Euphrates, in 36 degrees 52' north latitude, and 39 degrees 5' east longitude, in a flat and sandy plain, and is only peopled by a few wandering Arabs, who select it for the delicious water it furnishes
Iconium - They pursued him to Lystra, where he was nearly killed, but afterwards, A
Egypt, Plagues of - They are: ...
the water of the river and all the canals and pools of Egypt was turned into blood and became so corrupted that the Egyptians could not drink it, and the fish in the waters perished
an immense number of frogs, which caused great discomfort
swarms of gnats which tormented men and beasts
pest of flies
murrain or cattle-pest which killed only the cattle of the Egyptians
epidemic of boils on man and beast
hailstorm which wrought terrific havoc
plague of locusts
the horrible darkness which covered the earth for three days
the destruction of all the first- born of Egypt on one night
Athali'ah - ) After the great revolution by which Jehu seated himself on the throne of Samaria she killed all the members of the royal family of Judah who had escaped his sword
Swallows - The words probably refer to the custom of several nations of antiquity,—that birds which built their nests on the temples, or within the limits of them, were not suffered to be driven away, much less killed; but found a secure and uninterrupted dwelling. Hence, when Aristodicus disturbed the birds' nests of the temple of Kumae, and took the young from them, a voice, according to a tradition preserved by Herodotus, is said to have spoken these words from the interior of the temple: "Most villainous of men, how darest thou to drive away such as seek refuge in my temple?" The Athenians were so enraged at Atarbes, who had killed a sparrow which built on the temple of AEsculapius, that they killed him
Newark, New Jersey, City of - Saint Patrick's pro-cathedral was commenced, 1846, but meantime opposition was intense and culminated in the anti-Catholic riot of 1854, in which the Benedictine church of Saint Mary was desecrated and severely damaged, one Catholic killed, and several wounded
Zebah - A Midianite king, mentioned together with Zalmunna , who was killed by Gideon as the result of blood-revenge ( Judges 8:18-21 ); both kings had, however, been previously overcome in battle by Gideon, who championed the Israelites against their Midianite oppressors
Jabin - Jabin does not act in the story of Judges 4:1 ; rather Sisera, his general, represents him and is killed, leading to Jabin's loss of power
Galilean - Apparently, Pilate had killed some Galileans while they offered the Passover sacrifices in Jerusalem (Luke 13:1 )
Menahem - Menahem became king by assassinating Shallum, who had killed King Zechariah only a month earlier (2 Kings 15:10-14 )
Michal - (Saul may have thought David would be killed in the attempt)
Michmash - Before the battle could begin, Jonathan and his armor bearer sneaked into the Philistine camp, killed twenty sentries, and set off great confusion, resulting in the Philistines fighting each other (1 Samuel 14:20 )
Bahurim - Solomon followed David's orders and had Shimei of Bahurim killed (1Kings 2:8-9,1 Kings 2:36-46 )
Shibboleth - It he said, No, they bade him pronounce shibboleth; but he pronouncing it sibboleth, according to the dialect of the Ephraimites, they killed him
Samson - In his death, he killed more Philistines than the total he had killed during his life (Judges 16:30 )
Zechariah - Priest and prophet whom the people stoned and Joash, the king, killed (2 Chronicles 24:20-22 ). Son of Jehoshaphat the king whom his brother Jehoram killed upon becoming king (2 Chronicles 21:2-4 )
Jezrael - Returning to Jezrael, in order to surprise the king, Jehu killed with his own hand Joram, who had come out to meet him (4Kings 9)
Jezrahel - Returning to Jezrael, in order to surprise the king, Jehu killed with his own hand Joram, who had come out to meet him (4Kings 9)
Jezreel - Returning to Jezrael, in order to surprise the king, Jehu killed with his own hand Joram, who had come out to meet him (4Kings 9)
Heber - His wife Jael killed Sisera, the Canaanite general, breaking a political alliance between Heber's clan and Jabin, Sisera's king (Judges 4:17 )
Abel - God had respect to Abel's sacrifice, and not to Cain's; hence Cain in anger killed Abel, Genesis 4:1-26
Ossifrage - No doubt it was a lammer-geier that mistook the bald head of the poet AEschylus for a stone, and dropped on it the tortoise which killed him" (Tristram's Nat
Filth - (Proverbs 21:18 ) as the price of expiation; among the Greeks the term was applied to victims sacrificed to make expiation; they also used it of criminals kept at the public expense, to be thrown into the sea, or otherwise killed, at the outbreak of a pestilence, etc
Elah, Valley of - " in which Israel encamped when David killed Goliath (1 Samuel 17:2; 1 Samuel 17:19; compare 1 Samuel 21:9)
Goliath - Name of a famous giant of Geth, against whom David fought, and whom he killed
Abner - After a severe defeat, he killed Asabel in self-defence ( 2 Samuel 2:23 )
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Quarry - In falconry, the game which a hawk is pursuing or has killed
Jezreel - Ahab’s wife Jezebel, their son Joram and others of the royal household were killed at Jezreel in Jehu’s bloody revolution (2 Kings 8:29; 2 Kings 9:16-37; 2 Kings 10:11; Hosea 1:4-5)
Jehoahaz - Pharaoh Necho, having just defeated and killed Josiah, considered himself the overlord of Judah and would not accept Jehoahaz as king
Emperor Worship - King Nebuchadnezzar made an image of gold, presumably of himself, and commanded everyone to fall down and worship the image or be killed (Daniel 3:5-6 ). Many did not and were burned alive, killed by lions in the arena, or crucified
Mephibosheth - Jonathan was killed in battle when Mephibosheth was five years old
Michal - Saul, being jealous of David, hoped David would be killed in the attempt, but David was spectacularly successful (1 Samuel 18:20-27)
Abimelech - This was fulfilled by many of the men of Shechem being killed, and Abimelech being mortally wounded by a piece of a millstone cast upon him by a woman at the attack upon Thebez
Hadad - Hadad being informed that David was dead, and that Joab was killed, desired leave to return into his own country
Jotham - After Gideon’s death, another son, Abimelech, killed his brothers and, with the help of some worthless men from Shechem, established himself ‘king’
Murder - " His blood was so sacred that "God requires it (compare Psalms 9:12) of every beast"; so the ox that gored man must be killed (Exodus 21:28). A housebreaker might be killed in the act by night; but if by day he was to be sold, so sacred was life regarded (Exodus 22:2-3)
Amasa - Joab marched among David's army and cunningly killed Amasa (2 Samuel 20:10 )
Athaliah - At her son's death from battle wounds, she tried to gain power for herself by having all male heirs killed
Alaska - Fuller, in a fit of insanity, shot and killed Archbishop Seghers
Whelp - These sons do not have the power of their father, but are scattered, persecuted and killed by their enemies
James, Son of Zebedee - James was killed by Herod Agrippa I
Abel - Because of jealousy, Cain killed Abel
Accursed - See Numbers 21:2 ); “put everyone to death” (Deuteronomy 2:34 ); “completely destroy” (Deuteronomy 20:17 ); “killed” (Joshua 6:21 ; Joshua 8:26 ); “become the Lord's permanent property” (Leviticus 27:21 ); “put a curse on destroyed” (Judges 1:17 )
Potiphar - Potiphar scarcely believed his lustful wife's story, or he would have killed Joseph at once; but instead he put him in severe imprisonment at first, then with Potiphar's connivance the prison keeper put the same confidence in Joseph as Potiphar himself had put in him when he was free
Jehoiachin - 3405, when he was killed by the Chaldeans, in the eleventh year of his reign; and was succeeded by this Jehoiachin, who reigned alone three months and ten days; but he reigned about ten years in conjunction with his father
Bottle - When the animal is killed they cut off its feet and its head, and draw it in this manner out of the skin without opening its belly
Jonadab - Then, when Absalom had in revenge killed Amnon, and the king was heartbroken at the exaggerated story that all the king's sons were slain, Jonadab practiced the same sycophancy to David; not a word does he breathe of his own abominable share in the matter; no sorrow has he for Amnon whose professed "friend" he was, but whose ruin he hurried; "by the appointment of Absalom this hath been determined from the day that he forced his sister Tamar"; "Amnon only is dead, Amnon only is dead"; "let not my lord the king take the thing to his heart" (2 Samuel 13)
Jehu - Swiftly and mercilessly Jehu killed them all (2 Kings 9:17-37). He also killed some relatives of Ahaziah whom he happened to meet (2 Kings 19:12-14)
Devote, Devoted - Metals went into the Lord's treasury (Joshua 6:19,24 ); all living things were killed; everything else was burned (vv. Israel met with defeat at Ai because Achan kept some of this spoil (Joshua 7:1-5 ), and thirty-six men were killed. Some of those killed by Jehu would probably have been Canaanites. In the Old Testament non-Israelites were not killed because of their race but because of the harm they might do
Kibroth-Hattaavah - First, complaints broke out among the people, probably at the heat, the toil, and the privations of the march; and then God at once punished them by lightning, which fell on the hinder part of the camp, and killed many persons, but ceased at the intercession of Moses (Numbers 11:1,2 )
Tamar - Onan refused to impregnate Tamar, for which God killed him
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A few mornings after, I passed the rose again; there was not a whole leaf on her; her beauty was gone; she was all but killed, and had only life enough to weep over her folly, while the tears stood like dew-drops on her tattered leaves
Quench - His friends felt that if David were killed in the battle, then that one who guided them, directed them and led them to victory would be destroyed and they would be left without a leader
Martyr - The Lord charged the Pharisees with being the children of them which killed the prophets, Matthew 23:31 ; and in the "cloud of witnesses" spoken of in Hebrews 11 , were some of whom it is said "others were tortured Treasures - In consequence also of the great insecurity of property in the East, it seems to have been usual from the earliest times to hide in the ground gold and jewels; and the owners being killed or driven away, or forgetting the place of deposit, these hidden treasures remain till chance or search brings them to light
Mid'Ian - The "land of Midian," the place to which Moses fled after having killed the Egyptian, ( Exodus 2:15,21 ) or the portion of it specially referred to, was probably the peninsula of Sinai
Avenger - Cities of refuge offered people who killed without intention or hatred a place of escape from the avenger of blood (Exodus 21:12-14 ; Numbers 35:6-34 ; Deuteronomy 4:41-43 ; Deuteronomy 19:1-13 ; Joshua 20:1-9 ). The avenger or go'el is responsible to take the life of one who killed a family member ( Numbers 35:12 ), to receive restitution for crimes against a deceased relative (Numbers 5:7-8 ), buy back property lost to the family (Leviticus 25:25 ), redeem a relative who sold himself into slavery (Leviticus 25:48-49 ), or marry the widow of a relative without sons and perpetuate the family (Deuteronomy 25:5-10 )
Balaam - Only God’s mercy prevented Balaam from being killed along the way (Numbers 22:21-34). When God sent a plague that killed thousands, Balaam must have thought his plan was working, but swift action from the Israelite priest Phinehas saved Israel and brought death to Balaam (Numbers 25:1-9; Numbers 31:16; Joshua 13:22)
Arizona - , was killed with several companions in 1781
Balaam - Finally, Phinehas attacked Balaam, who by his magic flew into the air, but was killed by Phinehas in the power of the Holy Name
Ananias - When Menahem besieged Jerusalem Ananias took refuge in an aqueduct, but was dragged forth and killed by the daggers of the assassins
Bathsheba - He then thought of a murderous plan to have Uriah killed in battle, after which he took Bathsheba into his palace as a royal wife (2 Samuel 11:6-27)
War - The bodies of the soldiers killed in action were plundered, (1 Samuel 31:8 ) 2 Maccabees 8:27 ; the survivors were either killed in some savage manner, (Judges 9:45 ; 2 Samuel 12:31 ; 2 Chronicles 25:12 ) mutilated, (Judges 9:45 ; 2 Samuel 12:31 ; 2 Chronicles 25:12 ) mutilated, (Judges 1:6 ; 1 Samuel 11:2 ) or carried into captivity
Joash - She was killed without the temple, 2 Kings 11:1 , &c. His servants then revolted against him, and killed him in his bed, by which the blood of Zechariah the high priest was avenged
Ezer - With his brother Elead, he was killed as he tried to take cattle from the inhabitants of Gath (1 Chronicles 7:21 )
Jozabad - Chronicles shows that because Joash killed the sons of Jehoiada the priest, his own servants paid him back
Sheep - Apart from those ceremonial sacrifices where worshippers ate the meat of the sheep in a ritual meal, Israelites killed sheep for meat only on special occasions (Leviticus 7:15; Deuteronomy 12:21; 1 Samuel 25:18; Amos 6:4; see also LAMB)
Hail - 45) writes of storms in which ‘the size of the hail was incredible, for the stones fell a mina in weight, sometimes even more, so that many houses fell under their weight and not a few men were killed
Barak - The Canaanites being smitten, Sisera left his chariot and fled for refuge to the house of Heber the Kenite, where he was killed by Jael, Heber's wife
Heifer, Red - The red heifer was killed outside the camp, and its blood was sprinkled by the priest seven times directly before the tabernacle
Edward the Confessor, Saint - Alfred was killed and Edward was forced to return to Normandy
Proselyte - The first were called "proselytes of the gate," and were foreigners, either bond or free, who lived among the Jews and conformed to their customs in regard to what the rabbins call "the seven precepts of Noah;" that is, they abstained from injurious language in respect to God, from idolatry, homicide, incest, robbery, resistance to magistrates, and from eating blood, or the flesh of animals killed without shedding their blood
Ahaziah - However, he was killed after reigning only one year (2 Chronicles 22:2)
Abimelech - When he tried to repeat his tactics against Thebez, a woman threw a stone down on his head and killed him (Judges 9:23-57 )
Netherlands - Under the Friesian Duke Radbod the missionaries were severely persecuted and some were killed
Midian, Midianites - Gideon drove them out and killed their leaders (Judges 6-8 )
Jabesh (1) - For not having come to Mizpeh at Israel's command, under an imprecatory oath against all defaulters, when the tribes began war with Benjamin (Judges 20:1-3; Judges 21:5), its males were all killed, and its virgins, 400 in number, were given in marriage to the 600 Benjamites who survived the war with Israel (Judges 21:1; Judges 21:8-14)
Avenger, Avenger of Blood - The law made a distinction between murder and man-slaughter: when a person was killed accidentally the man-slayer could run to a City of Refuge (q
Shallum - Son of Jabesh: he slew Zachariah king of Israel, and reigned in his stead; but after one month he was killed by Menahem, who succeeded him on the throne
Alexander the Great - ), his father was killed, and Alexander became king
Amaziah - He speedily avenged the murder of his father, who had been killed by court servants
Agrippa - He killed James the brother of John with the sword, and because he saw it pleased the Jews he seized Peter also
Lazarus - He was a living witness of the power of the Son of God over death, and as such he was in danger of being killed by the Jews, on account of many believing on the Lord because of him
Constans i - 320 and made Caesar in 333; he reigned as Augustus 337–350 when he was killed by the conspiracy of Magnentius
Ephraim - A forest in which the great battle was fought when Absalom was killed
Abner - Abner himself was hotly pursued by Asahel, whom he killed by a back stroke of his spear
Kid - Nothing could exceed the kindness of these good people; a kid was killed, and a quantity of fresh milk was brought and presented in straw baskets made of the leaves of the doom tree, seared over with wax, a manufacture in which the natives of these islands particularly excel
Abner - In this engagement he killed, in self-defence, Asahel, the brother of Joab and Abishai
Phin'Ehas - (1 Samuel 1:3 ; 2:34 ; 4:4,11,17,19 ; 14:3 ) Phinehas was killed with his brother by the Philistines when the ark was captured
Jezebel - He killed Joram and wounded the king of Judah, then as he rode into Jezreel, Jezebel, with painted face and head attired, looked from a window and taunted him with "Had Zimri peace who slew his master?" But on Jehu asking who was on his side, the eunuchs looked out, and at his request they threw her down to the ground
Absalom - His troops were no match for David’s hardened soldiers, and he himself was killed (2 Samuel 18:1-15)
First-Born - The firstling of a clean beast was offered at the temple, not to be redeemed, but to be killed. An ass was redeemed by a lamb, or five shekels; if not redeemed, it was killed
Passover - ) Late in the afternoon of the fourteenth day, each household killed a lamb, which the people ate in a sacrificial meal that night. Although people killed the lamb at the temple, they ate the meal privately with friends and relatives (Luke 22:8-13). On the next day he would lay down his life at the same time as the animals were being killed in preparation for the meal that was to follow that night (John 18:28; John 19:14; John 19:31; John 19:42)
Samuel, Second Book of - Abner, taking affront at the rebuke of Ish-bosheth concerning Rizpah, Saul's concubine, revolted to David; but as he had previously killed Asahel, Joab's brother, in one of the wars, Joab treacherously slew him, doubtless as much out of jealousy as to avenge the death of his brother. Two of Saul's captains then killed Ish-bosheth, and brought his head to David, but David only condemned them to lose their own lives for their wickedness. Disorders in David's house are related: his son Amnon is killed
Sargon - Sargon was killed b
Uriah - After David’s ineffectual attempt to use him as a shield for his own sin, he was killed in battle in accordance with the instructions of David to Joab
Joab - His two brothers were Abishai and Asahel, the swift of foot, who was killed by Abner (2 Samuel 2:13-32 ), whom Joab afterwards treacherously murdered (3:22-27)
Weaker One, Little One - All the able-bodied men of Shechem were killed ( Medeba - In Maccabæan times it was the stronghold of a robber clan, Jambri, which killed John, eldest son of Mattathias
Tammuz - Tammuz was the Syrian Adonis (Jerome), Venus' paramour, killed by a wild boar, and according to mythology permitted to spend half the year on earth and obliged to spend the other half in the lower world
Pharaoh - 1635), he oppressed the Israelites, and ordered the male children to be killed, under whom Moses was born; and whose daughter adopted him as her son
Firstborn - The animals were to be sacrificed, redeemed, or killed, while the male children were redeemed either by being replaced with Levites or by the payment of a redemption price ( Jannes - Some will have it that they fled away with their father; others, that they were drowned in the Red Sea with the Egyptians; others, that they were killed by Phinehas in the war against the Midianites
Darius - He was the last Persian monarch, and was killed by his own generals
Darius - Darius was killed by his own generals, after a short reign of six years
Fasting - They fasted only when he was taken from them and killed; but their sorrow was turned into joy at his resurrection (Luke 5:33-35)
Jonathan - ...
Some years later Jonathan was tragically killed in a battle with the Philistines
Antiochus - 190, and three years later was killed, according to some authorities, while plundering a temple at Elymais. Trypho, one of the generals of Alexander Balas, at first championed the cause of this boy after his father had been killed in Arabia. 129 128 Judæa was again subject to the Syrian State, but at the end of that year Antiochus was killed in a campaign against the Parthians, and Hyrcanus was enabled to reassert his independence
Blood - Any person who killed another without God’s approval was considered no longer worthy to enjoy God’s gift of life and had to be executed. An animal was killed in their place. ...
The book of Revelation uses the symbolism of Christ’s blood in relation to the presence in heaven of those killed for the sake of Christ
Moses - Having killed an Egyptian to save one of his brethren from ill-treatment,he fled to Madian where he married Jethro's daughter (Exodus 2)
Mormons - Smith and his brother were killed by a mob at Carthage, Illinois, June 27, 1844
Latter Day Saints - Smith and his brother were killed by a mob at Carthage, Illinois, June 27, 1844
Deluge, the -
Aquatic animals would have been killed by the mixture of sea and fresh water
Flood, the -
Aquatic animals would have been killed by the mixture of sea and fresh water
Raphael - In Tob 3:17 he is sent to heal Tobit, by restoring his sight; to give Sarah, daughter of his kinsman Raguel, to his son Tobias for wife; and to prevent the demon Asmodæus from adding him to the seven husbands he has already killed
Illinois - Father Ribourde was killed soon after by wandering Indians and the mission was abandoned until Father Allouez returned, 1684
Maine - , was brutally killed when he insisted on remaining with his charges at Norridgewock
New Mexico - In 1680, Indian revolts against Spanish government and against the efforts of the missionaries to put down pagan practises culminated in a massacre during which 21 missionaries were killed, the churches destroyed, and all traces of religion obliterated
Kansas - The missionary remained in New Mexico and then retraced his steps to the northeast, with a few companions, and was killed as he knelt in prayer, somewhere on the plains
Gideon - They took flight, their leaders were killed, and the Midianite oppression was brought to an end
Armageddon - Deborah and Barak defeated Sisera and his Canaanite army there (Judges 4-5 ), Gideon drove off the Midianites and Amalekites (Judges 6 ), Saul and the army of Israel were defeated because of their failure to trust in God (1 Samuel 31 ), and the Egyptian army under Pharaoh Neco killed Josiah, king of Judah (2 Kings 23:29 )
Ben-Hadad - As Elisha predicted, Hazael, a Syrian officer, killed Ben-hadad (2 Kings 8:7-15 )
Ostrich - As to the indifference of the parents to their young, it is asserted that when a hunter approaches they will leave their nests and then often they cannot find the place again in the wide desert; but dead jackals have been found near the nests, which have been killed by the parent birds
Alien - The alien could become a soldier, as did the Amalekite who killed Saul (2 Samuel 1:13 )
Phinehas - Second son of Eli, killed with Hophni, in battle with the Philistines (1 Samuel 1:3); according to the prophecy: 1 Samuel 2:34; 1 Samuel 4:4; 1 Samuel 4:11; 1 Samuel 4:17; 1 Samuel 4:19; 1 Samuel 14:3
Hypatia, Lady in Alexandria - Accordingly some passionate fanatics, led by Peter the Reader, conspired together and watched her as she was returning home from some journey, tore her from her chariot, and dragged her to the church called Caesarium; there they stripped her and killed her with oyster shells, and, having torn her in pieces, gathered together the limbs to a place called Cinaron, and consumed them with fire
Snare - ...
1 Samuel 28:9 (a) The witch thought that these strange men were trying to catch her in a trap so they could have her killed by Saul
Eli - His two sons were killed and the ark was taken by the Philistines, and 'Ichabod' — 'the glory is departed' — marked the state of Israel through Eli's sin
Siloam - ...
Nothing is known respecting the "tower" near Siloam, the fall of which killed eighteen men
Alien - The alien could become a soldier, as did the Amalekite who killed Saul (2 Samuel 1:13 )
na'Aman - " The most natural explanation perhaps is that Naaman in delivering his country, had killed one who was the enemy of Jehovah not less than he was of Syria
ma-Ase'Iah - ...
The "king's son," killed by Zichri the Ephraimitish hero in the invasion of Judah by Pekah king of Israel, during the reign of Ahaz
Eli - His two sons were killed and the ark was taken by the Philistines, and 'Ichabod' — 'the glory is departed' — marked the state of Israel through Eli's sin
Jotham - Gideon's youngest son; escaped when his 69 brothers were killed at Ophrah by their half brother Abimelech
Saul, King of Israel - Saul sent David on dangerous missions, hoping he might get killed, but his plans repeatedly failed (1 Samuel 18:13-17; 1 Samuel 18:25). The mad Saul slaughtered any he thought had helped David (1 Samuel 22:18-19), whereas David on two occasions spared Saul’s life when he could easily have killed him (1 Samuel 24; 1 Samuel 26:6-25)
Persecution in the Bible - Jezebel persecuted the prophets of the Lord, and the prophet Elijah persecuted and killed the prophets of Baal (1 Kings 18:1 ). ...
New Testament Jesus was persecuted and finally killed by the religious and political establishments of His day (Mark 3:6 ; Luke 4:29 ; John 5:16 ; Acts 3:13-15 ; Acts 7:52 ; passion stories)
Maccabees - , the royal officer attempted to establish heathen sacrifices in that town, Mattathias refused to conform, killed the officer and a Jew about to offer sacrifices, levelled the heathen altar to the ground, and fled with his five sons to the mountains. Of these, Eleazar and John were killed in the succeeding struggle without having attained official standing. This once more brought ‘the Pious’ to the support of Judas, who decisively defeated the Syrians at Adasa, Nicanor himself being killed. This international policy of Judas displeased ‘the Pious,’ however, and they deserted him; and before the message of the Senate could reach Demetrius, Judas had been defeated by the Syrian general Bacchides , at Elasa, and killed ( 1M Malachi 3:1 to 1Ma 9:22 ). Like his brothers, however, Simon met a violent death, being killed by his son-in-law at a banquet ( 1Ma 13:1-53 ; 1Ma 14:1-49 ; 1Ma 15:1-41 ; 1Ma 16:1-16 ). Antiochus was presently killed in a campaign against the Parthians, and was succeeded by the weak Demetrius ii. In a short time, urged on by suspicion, he had his brother Antigonus killed, and he himself took the title of ‘king. At this critical juncture Antipater was killed, and his two sons, Phasael and Herod, were appointed by Antony tetrarchs of the country of the Jews
Zechariah - In a divine judgment on the murderers, the leaders of Jerusalem were killed in an enemy invasion and the king was assassinated by two of his palace officials (in 796 BC; 2 Chronicles 24:17-26; Luke 11:49-51)
Refreshing, Times of - 12-16) and acknowledged that the people had acted in ignorance when they killed God's Messiah (vv
Honour (2) - The wicked husbandmen did not honour the son of the lord of the vineyard (Mark 12:6); they killed him and put him to shame (Mark 15)
Shechem - Son of Hamor the chief of the city of Shechem — from whom the city appears to have derived its name — killed with his father and household by Simeon and Levi because he had dishonoured their sister Dinah
Reign - The king was the head of his people and, therefore, in battle were the king to be killed, his army would disperse until a new king could be chosen
Libation - Libations among the Hebrews were poured on the victim after it was killed, and the several pieces of it were laid on the altar, ready to be consumed by the flames, Leviticus 6:20 ; Leviticus 8:25-26 ; Leviticus 9:4 ; Leviticus 16:12 ; Leviticus 16:20
Food - The animals killed for meat were: calves, lambs, oxen, harts, roebucks and fallow deer, and other clean animals; birds of various kinds; fish, with the exception of such as were without scales and fins
Leviathan - Having understood that he had killed a horse a day or two before, and had taken him into a small river, I proceeded to the spot, accompanied by my host, closed the mouth of the river with strong nets, and attacked the huge brute with guns and spears
Execution - God therefore laid down that if any person wilfully killed another without divine permission, that person was no longer fit to enjoy God’s gift of life (Genesis 9:3-6; cf
Laurentius, an Antipope - Anastasius states that "those who communicated with Symmachus were slain with the sword; holy women and virgins were dragged from their houses or convents, denuded and scourged; there were daily fights against the church in the midst of the city; many priests were killed; there was no security for walking in the city by day or night
Witness - Some were killed because of their witness to Jesus (Revelation 2:13; Revelation 11:7; Revelation 12:11). In fact, bearing witness to Jesus became so closely associated with being killed for Jesus’ sake that the word for ‘witness’ (Greek: martyria) produced the word ‘martyr’ (Revelation 6:9; Revelation 17:6; Revelation 20:4)
Stephen - But the people had persecuted the prophets as they now had killed Jesus
Pharaoh - When Pharaoh changed his mind and tried to recapture the Israelites, he and his soldiers were killed in a mighty judgment at the Red Sea (Exodus 14:5-9; Exodus 14:28)
Sheep - In the country, sheep are killed only in such circumstances or in honour of some festive occasion (cf
Shepherds - )...
It hath been supposed by some that this abomination of the Egyptians to shepherds arose from their employment, because while the Egyptians worshipped animals the shepherds killed them occasionally for food
Camel - Cases have been known of a camel being killed for the sake of the water that could be found in it when its owner was dying of thirst
Sacrifice - In the generality of sacrifices offered to God under the law the consciousness is supposed in the offerer that death, as God's judgement, was on him; hence the sacrifice had to be killed that it might be accepted of God at his hand
Serpent - ...
The curse in Genesis 3:14 is mainly on Satan, but subordinately on the serpent his tool; just as the ox that gored a man was to be killed, so the serpent should suffer in his trailing on the belly and being the object of man's disgust and enmity
Accursed - A criminal, after the sentence of excommunication was pronounced, became anathema: and they had a full persuasion that the sentence would not be in vain; but that God would interfere to punish the offender in a manner similar to the penalty of the law of Moses: a man, for instance, whom the law condemned to be stoned, would, they believed, be killed by the falling of a stone upon him; a man to be hanged, would be choked; and one whom the law sentenced to the flames, would be burnt in his house, &c
Ahaziah - Jehu killed Joram dead upon the spot: Ahaziah fled, but Jehu's people overtook him at the going up of Gur, and mortally wounded him; notwithstanding which, he had strength enough to reach Megiddo, where he died
Scorpion - Maupertuis put about a hundred of them together in the same glass and in a few days there remained but fourteen, which had killed and devoured all the rest
Ready - My oxen and fatlings are killed, and all things are ready
Food - The animals killed for meat were --calves, lambs, oxen not above three years of age, harts, roebucks and fallow deer; birds of various kinds; fish, with the exception of such as were without scales and fins
Joab - He treacherously slew Abner in cold blood, avowedly because Abner had killed Asahel, Joab's brother; but the latter had been slain in battle
Ahaz - His hiring of Assyria was costly (2 Kings 16:7-8; 2 Kings 16:17-18; 2 Chronicles 28:20-21), and though it enabled him to repel the Israelite-Syrian army, he lost thousands of soldiers killed in the battle (2 Chronicles 28:5-7)
Benhadad - In the following year, however, he came with a most powerful army to Aphek, where Ahab again engaged him, killed a hundred thousand of his men, and the remainder endeavouring to take refuge in Aphek, the walls of the city fell upon them, and killed twenty-seven thousand more
Rebekah - ) Her beauty tempted Isaac when in Gerar, through fear of being killed for Rebekah's sake, to say she was his sister
Lachish - The Hebrew army under Joshua's command defeated the king of Lachish, killed him and conquered his city (Joshua 10:5 , Joshua 10:23 ,Joshua 10:23,10:32-33 )
Goat - Goats supply most of the milk used in Palestine ( Proverbs 27:27 ); they are also killed for food, especially the young kids ( Genesis 27:9 , Judges 6:19 ; Judges 13:15 etc
Impurity - When the leper was cured, he went to the temple, and offered a sacrifice of two birds, one of which was killed, and the other set at liberty
Chrysogonus, Martyr Under Diocletian - The question is to what we are to refer the statement about the decree that all Christians should be killed, and that Chrysogonus should be brought to Bithynia
Hosea - Having conspired against Pekah, son of Remaliah, king of Israel, he killed him, A
Adonis - Mars, who envied this rival, transformed himself into a wild boar, and, as Adonis was hunting, struck him in the groin and killed him
pi'Late - Eusebius adds that soon afterward "wearied with misfortunes," he killed himself
Kill - In order to assure the rights of the manslayer, who unintentionally killed someone, the law provided for three cities of refuge (Num. The provision gave the manslayer access to the court system, for he might be “killed” by the blood avenger if he stayed within his own community ( Esdraelon - Jehu killed his rivals Joram and Ahaziah at Jezreel (2 Kings 9:1 )
Commander - When Abner was killed by Joab, David said to his servants (palace officials), “Know ye not that there is a prince and a great man fallen this day in Israel?” ( Nero - A little while afterward, those of Jerusalem killed the Roman garrison
Anguish - In one place it is used of the stopping of their ears by those who killed Stephen
Behemoth - ...
"One of the hippopotami which we killed was a very old male, and seemed to have reached his utmost growth
Edom - Some of the rocks were so precipitous that Amaziah killed 10,000 of the children of Seir (Edomites) by casting them down from the rocks, whereby they were dashed to pieces
Hell - " ...
That God, "after He hath killed, hath power to cast into hell," is assigned as a reason why He should be feared with the fear that keeps from evil doing, Luke 12:5 ; the parallel passage to this in Matthew 10:28 declares, not the casting in, but the doom which follows, namely, the destruction (not the loss of being, but of well-being) of "both soul and body
Joram, Jehoram - Jehu being proclaimed king, he hastily drove to Jezreel to fulfil his mission and Joram, as he fled before Jehu, was killed by an arrow
Jehoshaphat - Only the prophet Micaiah told the truth (namely, that Israel would be defeated), but Ahab ignored his advice, went to war and was killed (1 Kings 22:5-36)
Jehoiakim - When his father Josiah was killed in battle with Pharaoh Necho (609 BC), the people of Judah made one of Josiah’s younger sons king in preference to the older Jehoiakim (2 Chronicles 35:20-25; 2 Chronicles 36:1-2)
Samaria, Samaritans - Jezebel also had many prophets of Yahweh killed in Samaria (1 Kings 18:2-4 ). Later, Jehu killed Ahab's seventy sons in Samaria (2 Kings 10:1 )
Passover - They killed a lamb or a kid in each family; but if any family was not large enough to eat the lamb, they might associate another small family with them. The paschal lamb, which the Jews killed, tore to pieces, and ate, and whose blood preserved them from the destroying angel, was a type, and figure of our Savior's death and passion, and of his blood shed for the salvation of the world
War, Holy War - When Moses killed an Egyptian to help an Israelite, he found that this method only delayed God's deliverance (Exodus 2:12 ). In the period of Solomon when all the Canaanite strongholds are under the authority of Israel, the Canaanites are not killed but are put to forced labor (1 Kings 9:20-21 ). ...
Deuteronomy 20:16-18 indicates the Canaanites were to be killed that they may not "teach you to follow all the detestable things they do in worshiping their gods. She has Naboth killed so Ahab can possess his vineyard. If Canaanites had been allowed to survive unbridled, they would have slowly and painfully killed their own selves. Women sang of him that he had killed his ten thousands (1 Samuel 18:7 ) while Saul was only given credit for his thousands
Wealth - And, again, the rich are warned of the judgment which is about to over-take them; they have oppressed and defrauded the labourers, and have killed the righteous man (James 5:1-6)
Amorite (the) - Sihon, having marched against them, was killed with his sons and people (Deuteronomy 2:32-37), and his land and cattle taken by them
Immanuel, Emmanuel - And doubtless Isaiah 7:16 refers to Shearjashub; and before this child could have grown to maturity, Pekah had been killed by Hoshea, and Damascus had been taken and Rezin slain by the king of Assyria
Amaziah - " Amaziah, hereupon, sent back those troops; and they returning, strongly irritated against Amaziah, dispersed themselves over the cities of Judah, from Bethoron to Samaria, killed three thousand men, and carried off a great booty, to make themselves amends for the loss of the plunder of Edom
Hebron - Joshua first took Hebron, and killed the king, whose name was Hoham
Abimelech - Upon Gideon’s death, Abimelech killed all his brothers (except one who escaped) and established himself ‘king’ in Shechem (Judges 9:1-6)
Justina, Empress - 19 and 43), the widow of Magnentius, killed in 353
Murder - 6) that four hundred were killed and two hundred taken prisoners
Esther - The king issued a decree that all who would not bow down would be killed. The Jews killed and destroyed their enemies
Acts of the Apostles - They had killed the Prince of life, but God had raised Him from the dead, and now in mercy and on the ground of their ignorance one more appeal was made to them to repent and be converted that their sins might be blotted out, and that God might send again Jesus Christ who was then in heaven. Herod Agrippa however soon began to persecute the church; he killed James the brother of John, and put Peter into prison, who was however miraculously delivered
Goel - If, therefore, an individual should unfortunately happen to lay violent hands upon another person and kill him, the next of kin is bound to avenge the death of the latter, and to pursue the murderer with unceasing vigilance until he have caught and killed him, either by force or by fraud. The office, therefore, of the goel was in use before the time of Moses; and it was probably filled by the nearest of blood to the party killed, as the right of redeeming a mortgage field is given to him
Passover - The lamb was to be selected on the 10th day, and kept till the 14th day, in the evening of which day it was to be killed
Sanhedrin - The Sanhedrin, under the leadership of Caiaphas the high priest, plotted to have Jesus killed (John 11:47-53 )
Human Sacrifice - killed servants and possibly family members to bury them with deceased kings to allow those who had served or been near the official in life to accompany him to the realm of the dead
Lamb - " The lamb does not object to being sheared or killed, and so "He was led as a lamb to the slaughter, and as a sheep before her shearer is dumb, so He opened not His mouth
Athaliah - Any who should approach beyond the fixed limits were to be killed
Megiddo - Later, the city was the place of death for the Judean king, Ahaziah, who was killed at the command of Jehu while fleeing from the scene of Jehoram's assassination (843 B
Sama'Ria - Alexander the Great took the city, killed a large portion of the inhabitants, and suffered the remainder to set it at Shechem
Saul - The following day, Saul and three sons were killed at the hands of the Philistines on Mount Gilboa (1 Samuel 31:1 )
Smyrna - The idol Dionysus at Smyrna was believed to have been killed and come to life; in contrast to this lying fable is Christ's title, "the First and the Last, which was dead and is alive" (Revelation 2:8)
Dorotheus (10), Bishop of Thessalonica - On their arrival, the populace of Thessalonica, excited, as the legates thought, by Dorotheus, fell upon them, and killed John, a Catholic, who had received them in his house
Archelaus - Archelaus sent troops to suppress the mutineers, and killed near three thousand of them about the temple
Armor - This simple weapon, with which David killed the giant Philistine, was the natural attendant of a shepherd
Arms - This simple weapon, with which David killed the giant Philistine, was the natural attendant of a shepherd
Arms, Armor - ...
The SLING is first mentioned in (Judges 20:16 ) This simple weapon, with which David killed the giant Philistine, was the natural attendant of a shepherd
Jezebel - When Elijah under God wrought the miracle at Carmel, and killed her favorite prophets, Jezebel still unsubdued swore by her gods to do to Elijah as he had done to them (1 Kings 19:1-3)
Jonathan - He killed the giant who had twelve fingers and twelve toes
Authority - " In the earlier usage of the word it signified one who with his own hand killed either others or himself
Joab - Joab used the excuse that he was retaliating because Abner had killed his brother in battle
Sigebert i - On the second occasion Gregory, after depicting the churches burnt and plundered, clergy killed, monasteries in ruins, and nuns outraged, uses these memorable words: "fuitque illo in tempore pejor in ecclesiis gemitus quam tempore persecutionis Diocletiani" (iv
Prince - , ‘desired a murderer to be granted unto you; and killed the Prince of life’ (AVm_ and RVm_ ‘Author’); and Acts 5:31, ‘Him hath God exalted with his right hand to be a Prince and a Saviour
Messiah - Barchocheba was killed in the siege, the city was taken, and a dreadful havoc succeeded. The emperor sent an army against them, killed great numbers of them, took their pretended messiah prisoner, and immediately put him to death
Jerusalem - Jeremiah foretold God’s judgment on these people by announcing that in the place where they killed their children, they themselves would be killed and their corpses left to rot in the sun (Jeremiah 7:31-34; Jeremiah 32:35)
Belshazzar - Xenophon calls the last king of Babylon "impious," and illustrates his cruelty by the fact that he killed a courtier for having struck down the game in hunting before him, and unmanned Gadates a courtier at a banquet, because one of the king's courtiers praised him as handsome
Baasha - God did not the less punish Baasha "because he killed Nadab," though in his killing Nadab he was unconsciously fulfilling God's purpose; the motive is what God looks to, and Baasha's motive was cruel selfish ambition, reckless of bloodshed if only it furthered his end
Babylon - Psalm 137 personifies Babylon as a woman who is doomed to destruction and whose infant children will be savagely killed
Ark - The awesome holiness of the ark was demonstrated when Uzzah was killed for touching the ark when he tried to prevent it from falling (1 Chronicles 13:10 )
Dinah - But Simeon and Levi, her own brothers, eager for revenge, required the Circumcision of the Shechemites as a condition of union, a rite already known in Egypt as an act of priestly consecration; and when the feverish pain of the operation was at its height, on the third day, the two brothers, with their retainers, took cowardly advantage of their state, attacked, and killed all the males in the city
Jannes And Jambres - They were sons of Balaam, and accompanied him on his journey to Balak; they perished in the Red Sea; they were among the ‘mixed multitude’; they were killed in the matter of the golden calf; they flew up into the air to escape the sword of Phinehas, but were brought down by the power of the Ineffable Name and slain
Ashdod - Perhaps the most infamous contact between Ashdod and Israel is reported in 1 Samuel 4-6 when the Philistines defeated the army of Israel in battle, killed the two sons of Eli, Hophni and Phinehas, and captured the ark of the covenant
Thirteen - ...
1ch13 - Uzza is killed by the Lord for touching the ark
Return - ) To render, as an account, usually an official account, to a superior; to report officially by a list or statement; as, to return a list of stores, of killed or wounded; to return the result of an election
Make (Cut) a Covenant - A person “cut off” in this manner is not necessarily killed but may be driven out of the family and removed from the blessings of the covenant
Persia - But his successor, Cyaxares the Second, united with the Persians against the Babylonians, and gave the command of the combined armies to Cyrus, who took the city of Babylon, killed Belshazzar, the terminated that kingdom 538 B
mo'ab - Finally, shut up within the walls of his own capital, the king, Mesha, in the sight of the thousands who covered the sides of that vast amphitheater, killed and burnt his child as a propitiatory sacrifice to the cruel gods of his country
Josiah - The result was that Josiah was killed in battle (609 BC) and Judah fell temporarily under the overlordship of Egypt (2 Kings 23:29-30; 2 Chronicles 35:20-27)
Paulus i, Bishop of Constantinople - The people would not hear of violence being done to their bishop; they rushed upon the house where the general was, set fire to it, killed him on the spot, tied a rope round his feet, pulled him out from the burning building, and dragged him in triumph round the city
Pilate - ) He checked the riot by soldiers with concealed daggers, who killed many of the insurgents and even spectators. ...
Wearied with misfortunes Pilate killed himself (Josephus, Hezekiah - , Sennacherib was killed by two of his sons as had been predicted by Isaiah in 701 B
Temple, the Second - Seven years after this Cyrus died ingloriously, having killed himself in Syria when on his way back from Egypt to the east, and was succeeded by his son Cambyses (B
Nebuchadnezzar - Zedekiah's two sons were killed before his eyes, and then his eyes put out, and he, as a captive, was carried to Babylon, b
Uncleanness - Besides the water of purification made as afore said, men and women, in their "issues," were, after seven days, reckoned from the cessation of the disorder, to bring two turtle-doves or young pigeons to be killed by the priests
Burn - In this Scripture the Lord is telling us that if all the burnable materials on that mountain, trees, bushes, vines and grasses, were to be piled up to make one great bonfire and then if all the animals were killed and placed upon the top of that bonfire to be offered as a sacrifice to GOD, this would not be sufficient to put away the sins of Israel
Greece - It is not meant that Greek killed the native languages of the provinces: these had their purpose and subsisted
Companion - For this reason, when Zimri became king over Israel he killed not only all relatives of Baasha, but also his “friends” (1 Kings 16:11)
Death - Saul declared David to be a “son of death” because he intended to have David killed ( Nail - The nail of Jael's tent with which she killed Sisera, is called יתד ; it was formed for penetrating earth, or other hard substances, when driven by sufficient force, as with a hammer, &c; it includes the idea of strength
Idumea - Amaziah king of Judah also discomfited the Edomites, killed 1,000 men, and cast 10,000 more from a precipice, 2 Kings 14:7 2 Chronicles 25:11,12
Cross - Yet Jesus knew that in the end this was the way the Jews would have him killed (John 3:14; John 8:28; John 12:32-33)
Day of Atonement - ...
A second animal was then used in the people’s cleansing ritual, but it was not killed
Joseph the Son of Jacob - They sold him to traders who took him to Egypt, though they told their father that a wild animal had killed him (Genesis 37)
Dominicans - In this frightful form he approached Jetzer's bed, told him that he was the ghost of a Dominican, who had been killed at Paris, as a judgment of Heaven for laying aside his monastic habit; that he was condemned to purgatory for this crime; adding, at the same time, that by his means he might be rescued from his misery, which was beyond expression. The apparitions false prodigies and abominable stratagems of these Dominicans were repeated every night; and the matter was at length so grossly over-acted, that, simple as Jetzer was, he at last discovered it, and had almost killed the prior, who appeared to him one night in the form of the Virgin with a crown on her head. One day they sent him a loaf prepared with some spices, which, growing green in a day or two, he threw a piece of it to a wolf's whelps that were in the monastery, and it killed them immediately
David - David eventually earned the right to marry Michal, Saul's daughter, without being killed by the Philistines as Saul had hoped (1 Samuel 18:17-27 ). Still, David grieved long and deep when his army killed Absalom (2 Samuel 18:19-33 )
Leper - Two birds were taken for him, provided by the priest not the man; one was killed over running water, the other set free; accompanied with cedar wood (Juniper oxycedar , whose smoke was disinfectant), scarlet (representing rosy health and vigour), and hyssop (the caper plant, medicinally cleansing ulcers and skin diseases). ...
The cedar and hyssop were tied to the living bird by the scarlet band; the whole was dipped in the blood of the killed bird and running water
Persecution - Examples in the New Testament include John the Baptist, who spoke out against the adultery of Herod Antipas and was beheaded (Mark 6:21-29 ); Stephen, the deacon, who, preaching the gospel before the Sanhedrin and proclaiming God's judgment because of the sins of the people, was rejected and stoned (Acts 6:5 ; 7:1-60 ); Paul, who was persecuted, beaten, and imprisoned as he preached from place to place, and was finally killed in Rome (2 Timothy 4:6-8 ); and climactically, Jesus himself who preached God's grace and judgment (Matthew 4:17 ; 11:28-29 ), was persecuted by his hearers (Luke 4:28-30 ), plotted against by his adversaries (Mark 3:6 ), rejected (Luke 13:34 ; John 6:66 ), tried (John 18:12-40 ), and finally crucified (John 19:16-37 ; Philippians 2:9 ). His was a perfect and God-honoring life and message, reflected in part by the Old Testament prophets whom, as Jesus reminds them, they had also persecuted and killed (Matthew 23:29-36 )
Moses - He was born after the mandate by the king that all male children of the Hebrews were to be killed, but his parents by faith hid him three months, and when he could no longer be hidden he was put in an ark of bulrushes and placed among the reeds in the river. ...
When forty years of age he visited his brethren, and seeing one ill-used he defended him, and slew the Egyptian; but the next day, on seeing two of the Israelites contending, he reminded them that they were brethren, and would have judged between them; but the wrong-doer repulsed him, and asked whether he would kill him as he had killed the Egyptian
Severus, Aurelius Alexander - At last, probably in 228, he was killed by the soldiers in the presence of Alexander and his mother, who were only able by a stratagem to punish the ringleader. The troops in Mesopotamia mutinied and killed their commander, Flavius Heracleon
New York, State of - With him, when he returned in 1646, was a youthful companion, Jean de Lalande, who was also killed by the Indians
Death, Death-Stroke - , "make to die"), of the act of the believer in regard to the deeds of the body; in Romans 8:36 , "are killed;" so in 2 Corinthians 6:9
Sam'Son - One day, on his way to that city, he was attacked by a lion, which he killed; and again passing that way he saw a swarm of bees in the carcass of the lion, and he ate of the honey, but still he told no one
Uriah - Prophesied, as Jeremiah did, against the land and Jerusalem, so that the king sought to kill him; he escaped to Egypt; thence Elnathan brought him, and Jehoiakim killed him with the sword and cast his body among the graves of the common people (Jeremiah 26:20-23)
Herod the Great - He left orders with his uncle Joseph that if he were put to death, Mariamne was to be killed
Abiathar - Eighty-five persons wearing the priestly linen ephod were killed
Firstborn - ...
An donkey was however redeemed with a lamb, or else killed (Exodus 13:13)
Atone - After the elders laid their hands on the bull (to transfer the people’s sin to the bull), the bull was killed
Lion - Though every condition was favorable to the lion, this bold servant of David took his life in his hand and killed the beast
Gideon - The Midianites were dismayed and some of them in the confusion and terror killed one another, and the others fled, pursued by the tribes before named, and by Ephraim
Watch - After the trial the guilty party was killed, punished, fined, or indentured until he worked out his fine
am ha'Arez - Even the touch of the garment of an ‘am hâ’ârez was defiling; and Lazarus (Ethics of Judaism) quotes a saying, ‘An ‘am hâ’ârez may be killed on the Sabbath of Sabbaths, or torn like a fish
Jehoshaphat - Accordingly, these people being assembled the next day against Judah, quarrelled, and killed one another; and Jehoshaphat and his army had only to gather their spoils
Passover - They killed a lamb or a kid in each family; and if the number of the family was not sufficient to eat the lamb, they might associate two families together
Parable - Nathan reproved David under the parable of a rich man who had taken away and killed the lamb of a poor man, 2 Samuel 12:1-31
Macedonius, Bishop of Constantinople. - His soldiers met with open resistance; the general was killed and his body dragged through the city
Porphyrius, Bishop of Gaza - The heathen population, irritated at the destruction of their sacred buildings and at the spread of Christianity in Gaza, raised a tumult, in which several Christians were killed, and Porphyry himself barely escaped with his life
Jeroboam - Jeroboam would be killed and eventually Israel would go into captivity (Amos 7:9-11)
Redemption - If a farmer was under the death sentence because his ox had killed someone, his relatives could redeem him (since the death was accidental) by a payment of money to the dead person’s relatives (Exodus 21:28-30)
Adultery - The sanctity of marriage in patriarchal times appears from Abraam's fear, not that his wife will be seduced from him, but that he may be killed for her sake
Ass - The "old prophet's" ass ( 1 Kings 13:23-24), "a time to kill," when he found "the man of God" killed by the lion
Jephthah - Ezekiel 8:14 ; the rite was based on the myth that Tammuz, a beautiful youth, was killed by a boar; Tammuz was the personification of the principle of vegetation, and represented the Summer, while the boar represented the Winter
Barachiah - In the Jerusalem Talmud (Taanith 69a) the question is raised where Zechariah was killed, with the answer that it was in the court of the priests (cf
Asa - Toward the latter part of his life, he was incommoded with swellings in his feet, which, gradually rising upwards, killed him
Zedeki'ah - Nebuchadnezzar, with a refinement of barbarity characteristic of those cruel times ordered the sons of Zedekiah to be killed before him, and lastly his own eyes to be thrust out
Marcianus, Flavius, Emperor of the East - of Scythopolis, was killed by an assassin sent in pursuit of Juvenalis; Jerusalem was seized by the infuriated monks; houses were burnt, murders were perpetrated, the prisons broken open and criminals released, and finally Theodosius was elected bishop
Antiochus - Some think that it was on the following occasion: The Galatians having marched to attack the Jews in Babylon, whose army consisted only of eight thousand men, reinforced with four thousand Macedonians, the Jews defended themselves with so much bravery, that they killed one hundred and twenty thousand men, 2Ma_8:20 . Eighty thousand were killed, made captives, or sold on this occasion. He was attacked in the way by Phraates, king of Persia, whom he fought with great bravery; but being at length deserted by his own forces, according to the generality of historians, he was overpowered and killed by the Persians or Parthians. Appian, however, says that he killed himself, and AElian, that he threw himself headlong from a precipice
Sacrifice - The burnt-offering or holocaust, in which the whole victim was consumed, without any reserve to the person who gave the victim, or to the priest who killed and sacrificed it, except that the priest had the skin; for before the victims were offered to the Lord, their skins were flayed off, and their feet and entrails were washed, Leviticus 1:1-17 7:8 . He who presented it came to the door of the tabernacle, put his hand on the head of the victim, and killed it
Judgments of God - Decius persecuted the church about the year two hundred and fifty: he was soon after killed in battle. ...
He, too, was killed the year following. Aurelian, the emperor, just intending to begin a persecution against the followers of Christ, was killed in the year two hundred and seventy-four
Elijah - As a result of their deception, Elijah ordered the false prophets killed
Joy - Jesus spoke of those who could rejoice even when persecuted and killed (Matthew 5:12 )
Israel - Baasha murdered Jeroboam's son and successor; and his own son and successor was slain by Zimri; Zimri was killed by Omri, and after a civil war of four years with Tibni, Omri became king and reigned with his successors forty-five years, ending with Jehoram the son of Ahab
Aaron - He also bore the burdens of his office as his sons were killed for their disobedience (Leviticus 10:1-2 ), and he could not mourn for them (Leviticus 10:6-7 )
Day of the Lord - Although some believers will be killed for their faith in Christ, as far as God is concerned not one will be lost (Revelation 6:9-11; Revelation 12:11-12; Revelation 20:4; cf
Edom - ...
Amaziah of Judah killed many thousands in the Valley of Salt near the Dead Sea, and took Selah, afterward Joktheel, the first mention of this extraordinary city (2 Kings 14:7), and adopted their gods of mount Seir. Abishai first killed 6,000, Joab afterward 12,000 (as the title of Psalm 60 states); so in all 18,000 (in 2 Samuel 8:13)
Jews - Multitudes were killed, and ten thousand prisoners carried off; the temple was dedicated to Olympius, an idol of Greece, and the Jews exposed to the basest treatment. "They both killed the Lord Jesus and their own prophets, and persecuted the apostles: and so filled up their sins, and wrath came upon them to the uttermost. " At Cesarea twenty thousand of the Jews were killed. At Damascus ten thousand unarmed Jews were killed: and at Bethshan the Heathen inhabitants caused their Jewish neighbours to assist them against their brethren, and then murdered thirteen thousand of these inhabitants. In 360 they began to rebuild their city and temple; but a terrible earthquake and flames of fire issuing from the earth, killed the workmen, and scattered their materials
Moral Aspects of Monopoly - The same holds true in cases where the monopoly universally lowers its prices only to raise them exorbitantly when competition is killed
Monopoly - The same holds true in cases where the monopoly universally lowers its prices only to raise them exorbitantly when competition is killed
Monopoly, Moral Aspects of - The same holds true in cases where the monopoly universally lowers its prices only to raise them exorbitantly when competition is killed
Michal - David killed 200 Philistines, and Saul gave him Michal
Divination And Magic - In Enuma Elish, the Babylonian Creation Story, the god of wisdom, Ea, killed his father Apsu, god of the fresh river waters, after reciting a spell
Prison, Prisoners - Prisoners of war were usually either killed or enslaved
Altar - If the murder was premeditated, however, then the altar was clearly profaned by the murderer's presence and the individual could be taken away and killed
Ishmael - Gedaliah and his retinue were killed after an entertainment given to Ishmael, who gained possession of Mizpah, the seat of government
Priest; Priesthood - Because Nadab and Abihu were killed when they “offered strange fire before the Lord,” the priesthood was limited to the lines of Eleazar and Ithamar ( Think, Devise - When an Israelite killed a sacrifice in any place except an appointed altar, the blood was “imputed” to that man; the substitute sacrifice would not atone for the offerer at all, and the offerer would bear his own guilt ( Life - The law required that even when people killed animals for food, they had to carry out the killing with fitting acknowledgment that the life belonged to God (1 Corinthians 15:20-26; Leviticus 17:2-4; Leviticus 17:10-14; Deuteronomy 12:15-16; see BLOOD)
Animals - Within the last century the Syrian bear has disappeared from the Holy Land, with the last bear being killed in Galilee just before World War II. Five were killed around Jerusalem just before World War II, and one was killed in Southern Palestine near Beersheba soon after the war. ” They have disappeared from Palestine, with the last one killed near Megiddo in the thirteenth century
Hazor - Some Bible students see a discrepancy between this story and the story in Joshua, saying Jabin was killed generations earlier and Hazor destroyed and taken into Israelite control
Ephesus - , when he was killed by Seleucus I
Letter - Jehu sent letters to the guardians of the sons of Ahab, ordering that the sons of Ahab be killed (1669695713_8 )
Blood - That evil monster, the apostate church, was and is responsible for the death of many thousands of true believers who were burned at the stake, tortured in cages, torn by the rack, and otherwise killed by extremely cruel means
Balaam - He therefore declared war against the Midianites, killed five of their princes, and a great number of other persons without distinction of age or sex, among whom was Balaam himself
Ananias - Being joined by the assassins, he pulled down the house of his father Ananias, with his brother, hid him self in the aqueducts belonging to the royal palace, but was soon discovered, and both of them were killed
Dog - He says, "The bodies of those killed by the sword were hewn to pieces, and scattered about the streets, being denied burial
City of Refuge - ...
A city of refuge was a place where a person who had killed another could flee for safety till the judges decided whether the death was intentional or accidental
Plagues of Egypt - ]'>[3] comes the nearest to the natural fact; a fetid exhalation killed the fish, or in Hebrew language J″ Damascus - Jehu took advantage of the wounded king and killed him (2 Kings 8:25-9:26 )
Corinth - Mummius, the Roman consul, burned the city, killed the men, and sold the women and children into slavery
Antiochus - ...
Antiochus had great difficulty in raising the money, and on attempting to rob a temple ...
at Elymais he was killed
Jews in the New Testament - King Herod Agrippa I arrested Peter and killed the Apostle James, believing this would please the Jews (Acts 12:1-3 )
Agrippa - Caius being killed in the beginning of the following year, A
Feasts - The Passover recalled God’s ‘passing over’ the houses of the Israelites when he killed the firstborn throughout Egypt (Exodus 12:27)
Cyprus - When the Jews killed Stephen and drove the Christians from Jerusalem, some of those Christians took the gospel to Cyprus (Acts 11:19)
Offerings, the - ...
After the offerer had laid his hands on the victim, he killed it (except in the case of birds, which the priest killed). The offerer laid his hands on the head of the offering and killed it
Destroy, Destruction - She wades through blood of her own devotees whom she has killed for little or no reason. Abimelech killed his seventy half-brothers and roasted 1,000 people in his Canaanite mother's city (Judges 9:4-5,45-49 )
Sacrifice And Offering - If a bird was brought, the priest killed it. As with the burnt offering, the individual laid a hand on the animal and killed it
Habakkuk - King Josiah, attempting to block the Egyptians as they moved north along the Palestinian coast to aid Assyria, was killed at Megiddo in northern Palestine. People from the upper classes and skilled workmen were also among those taken to Babylon as captives
Sacrifices in the Old Testament - The animal was then slain, regularly by the offerer, save in the case of birds, which were killed by the priest
Old Testament, Sacrifices in the - The animal was then slain, regularly by the offerer, save in the case of birds, which were killed by the priest
Consecrate - That the offerer's sacrifice is killed serves as a metaphor for the separation of a holy God from imperfection
Prophesy - However, if what the “prophet” said proved to be wrong, he was to be killed ( Blood - " Crucifixion alone would not have killed Him in so short a time
Arms - The BATON, or SCEPTRE (shebet ) used in 2 Samuel 18:14 of the "darts" with which Joab killed Absalom
Unclean And Clean - Every dead body, whether of man or beast, dying or killed in an ordinary way, was unclean
Slave, Slavery - If a slave was killed by another, the main concern was to settle on the price for the lost property
Husbandman - Endless pains had been taken (Mark 12:1) with the vineyard of the Kingdom, yet when messenger after messenger came seeking fruit in the Divine name, they had been sent empty away, and contumeliously treated—one beaten, another wounded, a third killed (1669695714_4)
Refuge - (2 Corinthians 5:5; Ephesians 1:13)...
Under this article of refuge, it will be proper to notice those cities of refuge, which the Lord appointed under the Old Testament dispensation, as a shelter for the manslayer who unintentionally killed another, and hated him not in times past
Field - Then, if the owner were killed in battle, or died in a far country, no one might know where his treasures were hid; and, according to usage, such valuables when found, if no owner appeared to claim them, belonged to the owner of the land—a fact which gives point to the parable of the Hid Treasure (Matthew 13:44, cf
Ammonites - Uriah, Bathsheba's husband, was killed while storming the walls of Rabbah (2 Samuel 11-12 )
Firstborn - (Genesis 49:4) And at the formation of the church, at the Exodus by Moses, while the first-born of the Egyptians, both of man and beast, were all killed, the Lord declared, that all the first-born of Israel, both of man and beast, should be consecrated to him
Water - Nabal says in an insulting manner to David's messengers, "Shall I then take my bread and my water, and my flesh that I have killed for my shearers, and give it unto men whom I know not whence they be?" 1 Samuel 25:11
Jehu - As he rode through the streets of the city, Jezebel, who was standing at her window and looking at him, exclaimed, "Can he who has killed his master hope for peace?" Jehu, lifting up his head and seeing her, commanded her servants instantly to throw her out at the window; which they did and she was immediately trampled to death under the horses' feet as they traversed the city
Pentateuch - "Nevertheless," says the sacred narrative, "divers of Asher and Manasseh and of Zebulun humbled themselves and came to Jerusalem; and there assembled at Jerusalem much people, to keep the feast of unleavened bread in the second month, a very great congregation; and they killed the passover, and the priests and Levites stood in their places after their manner, according to the law of Moses, the man of God
Kings, Books of - He was killed in a later battle (22:1-40)
Jerusalem - Within the space of sixty-six years more it was taken by Pharaoh-Necho, king of Egypt, whom Josiah, king of Judah, had opposed in his expedition to Carchemish; and who, in consequence, was killed at the battle of Megiddo, and his son Eliakim placed on the throne in his stead by Necho, who changed his name to Jehoiakim, and imposed a heavy tribute upon him, having sent his elder brother, Jehoahaz, who had been proclaimed king at Jerusalem, a prisoner to Egypt, where he died, 2 Kings 23; 2 Chronicles 35. 588, the garrison, with the king, endeavoured to make their escape from the city, but were pursued and defeated by the Chaldeans in the plains of Jericho; Zedekiah taken prisoner; his sons killed before his face at Riblah, whither he was taken to the king of Babylon; and he himself, after his eyes were put out, was bound with fetters of brass, and carried prisoner to Babylon, where he died: thus fulfilling the prophecy of Ezekiel, which declared that he should be carried to Babylon, but should not see the place, though he should die there, Ezekiel 12:13 . 170, Antiochus Epiphanes, king of Syria, enraged at hearing that the Jews had rejoiced at a false report of his death, plundered Jerusalem, and killed eighty thousand men. ...
Jerusalem continued in nearly the same condition till the beginning of the seventh century, when it was taken and plundered by the celebrated Chosroes, king of Persia, by whom many thousands of the Christian inhabitants were killed, or sold for slaves
Ireland - ...
When the Danes invaded Ireland they sacked and plundered churches and monasteries, desecrated the altars, and killed priests and monks
Revelation, Book of - ...
By this time the government was enforcing Emperor worship as a settled policy, with the result that Christians were being imprisoned, tortured and even killed (Revelation 2:10; Revelation 2:13; Revelation 6:9-11)
Money - The 30 pieces of silver paid to Judas for betraying Jesus were tetradrachmas or shekels, the sum paid for a slave accidentally killed (Zechariah 11:12; Zechariah 11:18; Matthew 26:15; Exodus 21:32)
Matthew, Gospel of - After his transfiguration (17:1-8), he repeated that the Messiah would be cruelly treated and killed (17:9-27)
Library - ...
Caesar was killed in 44 B
Son of Man - Three times Jesus predicted that the Son of man would be rejected and killed by the priests and scribes but would rise on the third day (Mark 8:31 ; Mark 9:31 ; Mark 10:33-34 ; Luke 24:7 )
Alexander - Passing through Palestine, he was informed that the Samaritans, in a general insurrection, had killed Andromachus, governor of Syria and Palestine, who had come to Samaria to regulate some affairs
Job, Book of - He is described as "perfect and upright, and one that feared God, and eschewed evil;" yet he suffered the loss of all his property; his children were killed; and his body was grievously afflicted
Revelation, the - The third part of men are killed by plagues. And those that are not killed do not repent of their deeds. Revelation 6:9-11 ), and of those killed during the time of the beast (cf
Mahometanism - They then asked him, what recompence they were to expect, if they should happen to be killed in his quarrel? he answered, Paradise. The Koreish, fearing the consequence of this new alliance, began to think it absolutely necessary to prevent Mahomet's escape to Medina; and having held a council thereon, after several milder expedients had been rejected, they came to a resolution that he should be killed; and agreed that a man should be chosen out of every tribe for the execution of this design; and that each man should have a blow at him with his sword, that the guilt of his blood might fall equally on all the tribes, to whose united power the Hashemites were much inferior, and therefore durst not attempt to revenge their kinsman's death. " In this year also Mahomet took the city of Mecca, the inhabitants whereof had broken the truce concluded on two years before; for the tribe of Beer, who were confederates with the Koreish, attacking those of Kozah, who were allies of Mahomet, killed several of them, being supported in the action by a party of the Koreish themselves. ...
About twenty-eight of the idolaters were killed by a party under the command of Khaled; but this happened contrary to Mahomet's orders, who, when he entered the town, pardoned all the Koreish on their submission, except only six men and four women, who were more obnoxious than ordinary, (some of them having apostatized, ) and were solemnly prescribed by the prophet himself: but of these no more than one man and one woman were put to death, the rest obtaining pardon on their embracing Mahometanism, and one of the women making her escape
Passover (i.) - 30 o’clock the daily evening sacrifice was killed, and at 2. Each man representing a Passover group killed his own sacrifice, the nearest priest caught the blood in his bowl, passed it to a fellow-priest and he again to another, while each as he received the full bowl handed back an empty one
Herod - Agrippa I ordered James the son of Zebedee killed with the sword and imprisoned Peter (Acts 12:1-23 )
Moses - ]'>[3] Moses killed an Egyptian, and rebuked one of two Israelites who were striving together, and then he fled to Midian
Drink - Though this may refer to his entire ministry it may be best to see it as referring to his death if he is killed as a martyr
Ephraim (1) - The last notice we have of him is his mourning for his sons killed in the foray by the men of Gath, and naming his new-born son (See BERIAH from the calamity, unconscious that that son would be the progenitor of the most remarkable of all his descendants, Joshua (1 Chronicles 7:20-23)
Retaliation - Should the robber be killed? Tolstoi answers in the negative
Esther, Book of - The petition was that a royal decree should be put forth to the effect that all Jews were to be killed, and their belongings treated as spoil
Servant of the Lord - Sadly, the prophets were often rejected and sometimes killed (Luke 11:47-51 ), in spite of the divine word they delivered
Zedekiah - He was taken for judgment to Riblah at the upper end of Lebanon; there Nebuchadnezzar first killed his sons before his eyes, then caused the eyes of Zedekiah to be "dug out" (Jeremiah 39; Jeremiah 52:4-11)
Zechariah, Book of - Zechariah 12-14 depict an end-time attack upon Jerusalem and the cities of Judah ( Zechariah 12:1-3 ; Zechariah 14:1-3 ), an attack in which many people would be killed as God purifies His people (Zechariah 13:7-9 )
Abraham - Abraham obeyed, and, but for the intervention of the angel of the Lord, would have killed his son, believing "that God was able to raise him up even from the dead
Blood - God expressly forbade the eating of blood alone, or of blood mixed with the flesh of animals, as when any creature was suffocated, or strangled, or killed without drawing its blood from the carcass
Lion - Tellez relates, that an Abyssinian shepherd had once killed a lion of extraordinary size with only two poles
Judah, Kingdom of - ) Jehoiada deposed her, and restored Joash to the throne, who governed well until Jehoiada's death; then gave ear to the princes, and restored idolatry, slew Zechariah his faithful reprover, and failing to withstand a Syrian invasion was killed by his own servants
Purification (2) - One was killed over an earthenware vessel filled with ‘living’ (spring) water, in such manner that the blood dropped into the vessel
Moses - To the contrary, God killed the firstborn of every Egyptian family, passing over the Israelite families
Court Systems - Jonathan was not punished, and the priests were finally killed by a non-Israelite
Joseph - As soon as they saw him coming they began to plot against him, and would have killed him had not Reuben interposed
Exile - Judah's hopes were dashed when King Josiah (640-609) was killed at the battle of Megiddo (2 Kings 23:29 )
Inspiration of Scripture - This is an amazing record because its early translators were killed, and many of its early readers were imprisoned
Herod - During his three years of rule, he showed himself sagacious, liberal, and humane; though, in his desire to propitiate the Pharisaic element among his subjects, he raised his hand against the followers of Christ, killed James with the sword, and would have sacrificed Peter also, had he not miraculously escaped (Acts 12:1-19)
Thessalonians, Epistles to the - He recalls how blamelessly he had walked before them, and that he had preached in such a way that they had received his testimony as the word of God, which wrought in them effectually so that they were in consequence persecuted by the heathen, as the saints in Judaea had been by the Jews, who had killed the Lord Jesus
Caracalla, the Nickname of m. Aurelius Severus Antoninus Bassianus - 212, in Gaul 213, in Germany and on the Danube 214, at Antioch and Alexandria 215, marched against Parthia 216, killed on the way from Edessa to Carrhae, April 8, 217
Maximus Magnus, Christian Emperor in the West - Gratian was killed at Lyons, Aug
Forgiveness - With the exception of theft or fraud against one's neighbor (Leviticus 6:1-7 ; Numbers 5:5-8 ), taking careless oaths (Leviticus 5:4-5 ), and a lesser sexual offense (Leviticus 19:20-22 ), intentional violations of the Torah were not forgivable; the perpetrator was to be killed or cut off. David murdered Uriah and committed adultery with Bathsheba (2 Samuel 11 ); both actions were punishable by death so that both David and Bathsheba should have been killed
Egypt - There occur the names of three kings killed by Joshua, Adoni-zedec, king of Jerusalem, Japhia, king of Lachish (Joshua 10:3 ), and Jabin, king of Hazor (11:1); also the Hebrews (Abiri) are said to have come from the desert
Temple - At the Beautiful Gate-either the Gate of Nicanor leading into the court of the Israelites or the Eastern Gate of the outer court-they moved the crowd by performing an act of healing in Christ’s name; and in Solomon’s Porch-the long colonnade in the east of the Temple area-Peter testified to the raising of the Prince of Life whom the rulers had in ignorance killed
Blood - A person who killed another accidentally had six cities to which he could flee and there establish his innocence (Joshua 20:1-9 )
Freedom - The problem is that, because of sin, the law was impotent to grant life and freedom; instead, it cursed and killed (Romans 7:9-11 ; 8:3 ; Galatians 3:10 )
Domitian - The governor of Mœsia, Oppius Sabinus, was defeated and killed
Oracles - When Jehu killed Joram (2 Kings 9:25 ), he had the body taken to Naboth's vineyard in order that an oracle pronounced in Ahab's day might be fulfilled
Genseric, King of the Vandals - The reader was killed in the pulpit by an arrow, and many worshippers slain on the altar-steps
Atonement, Day of - ...
Compare the similar two-fold type, the slain bird and the bird let loose after having been dipped in the blood of the killed bird (Leviticus 14:4-7)
Ugarit - Anath promised Aqhat immortality if he would give her the bow, but Aqhat refused and was killed
Chronicles, i - But we read ( 2 Chronicles 13:3 ; 2 Chronicles 13:17 ) that Abijah with 400,000 men fought against Jeroboam with 800,000, and killed 500,000 of them
Philistim - True it is, that Shamgar, Samson, Samuel, and Saul, opposed them, and killed some of their people, but did not reduce their power
Jeremiah - When Egypt, the leading nation to Judah’s south, decided to challenge Babylon, Josiah tried to stop the Egyptians from passing through Palestine and was killed in battle (609 BC; 2 Kings 23:28-30)
Christ in Mohammedan Literature - But the prince was a tyrant, and the people killed both father and son. At the next stage he had a calf killed, and they all ate of it, and again he restored the calf to life and gave it back to its owner, and again asked the Jew where the two loaves were. The Jews, thinking he was Jesus, quickly killed him, and he was crucified, though he protested that he was not Jesus, but the man who had betrayed him
Last Supper - ]'>[1] that the trend of opinion at first was towards the view that Christ was crucified on the 14th day of the Jewish month Nisan, and therefore on the day on which the Paschal lamb was killed; from which it follows that the Last Supper (whatever was its nature) preceded the Jewish Passover by several hours. Or if (2) we suppose that the thirteen were to constitute a family, and have their lamb to themselves, there would still be, as there would be in the former case also, the insuperable difficulty of getting the lamb killed by the priests before the legal day
Disease - ...
Jesus, too, very firmly rejected the theory that individual sickness and suffering were always due to individual sin, when the question was put to him concerning Pilate's cruelty to certain Galileans, and a falling tower that killed eighteen, and yet again in reply to his disciples (Luke 13:1-5 ; John 9:3 )
Jacob - While the men of Shechem were recovering from surgery and unable to defend themselves, Simeon and Levi killed them to avenge their sister
Jesus Christ - A wrathful and jealous King (Herod) killed many innocent children hoping to find the right one
Nebuchadnezzar - Nebuchadnezzar is the forerunner of antichrist, to whose "image" whosoever will not offer worship shall be killed (Revelation 13:14)
Samaria - 2); that they harassed the Galilaeans on their way to Jerusalem and ‘killed a great many of them’ (ib
Joshua, Theology of - This is not intended to suggest that no innocents were killed, but rather to point out how little the Bible informs us about such matters
Fulfillment - On the purely social level the messianic line was very nearly severed in the time of Athaliah, who usurped the throne of Judah and killed all the royal family except the young Joash (2 Kings 11:1-12 )
the Angel of the Church in Thyatira - For the letter here had almost killed out all my hope in this passage till a gleam of the Spirit came to light me into it and to light me through it
Pharisees - "...
An orthodox Jew still may not eat meat of any animal unless killed by a Jewish butcher; the latter searches for a blemish, and attaches to the approved a leaden seal stamped kashar , "lawful
David - Had it come out then that he was but the minstrel, the discovery would have been enough to prevent his being allowed the combat: he tells, therefore, how he killed the lion and the bear; and his evident enthusiasm wrings a consent from Saul that he shall go to battle
Plagues, the Ten, - But such theories do not explain why the wonder happened at a time of year when the Nile is most clear nor why it killed the fish and made the water unfit to he drunk
David - His brother Shimeah had two sons connected with his subsequent history, Jonadab, the subtle, bad, selfish adviser of incestuous Amnon (2 Samuel 13:3; 2 Samuel 13:32-33), and Jonathan who killed a giant of Gath (2 Samuel 21:21). After having promised in the living Jehovah's name David's safety to Jonathan, and after David had "slain the Philistines with a great slaughter" from which they did not recover until the battle in which Saul fell, Saul hurled his javelin at David with such force that it entered into the wall and then would have killed David in his own house, but that by Michal's help he escaped through a window
Feasts And Festivals of Israel - That night, the Lord killed Egypt's firstborn but spared Israel. Either interpretation is possible, but if the goat was simply to be killed in the wilderness one might have expected the text to use more conventional language
Persecution - In the city of Meaux they threw above two hundred into gaol; and after they had ravished and killed a great number of women, and plundered the houses of the Protestants, they executed their fury on those they had imprisoned; and calling them one by one, they were killed, as Thuanus expresses, like sheep in a market
Papias, Bishop of Hierapolis - ...
Georgius Hamartolus quotes Papias as saying in his second book that the apostle John had been killed by the Jews. Papias in commenting on Mat_20:22 may very well have said as does Origen that John had been condemned by the Roman emperor to exile at Patmos and that James had been killed by the Jews
Nehemiah, Theology of - They cast the law behind them and killed the prophets (9:25)
Clean, Unclean - Moreover, ritual pouring of the blood back to God symbolically acknowledged that only by divine permission could any animal be killed (Genesis 9:2-5 )
John - A fifth-century writer, Philip of Side, and George the Sinner, of the ninth century, report that Papias (second century) wrote that James and John were killed by the Jews (Acts 12:2 ), but these reports are generally dismissed as fabrications based on interpretations of John 3:22-248
Sacrifice - The blood around the door showed that an animal had been killed instead of the person under judgment (Exodus 12:13)
Exodus, Book of - Trying to protect one of his own people, he killed an Egyptian
Crimes And Punishments - ...
In BC restitution varies from fivefold for an ox, and fourfold for a sheep that has been stolen and thereafter killed or sold, to twofold if the animal is still in the thief’s possession (BC 22:1 4), and finally to a simple equivalent in the case of wilful damage to a neighbour’s property ( ib
Martyr - But the phrase ‘in the days of Antipas’ suggests a date some years before the words were written, and Antipas was probably killed in some unknown persecution under the earlier Flavians
Arms And Armor - While in a chariot, Ahab was hit and killed by an arrow exactly where the mail was least protective—at the seam where the sleeve and breast of the coat met (1 Kings 22:34 )
Atonement - ' So in Exodus 21:30 a kopher (translated 'sum of money') is laid upon a man to save his life where his ox had killed his neighbour; but in Numbers 35:31 no kopher was to be taken for the life of a murderer; for (ver
Peter - Peter, by his zeal and success in preaching the Gospel, having attracted the notice of the inhabitants of Jerusalem, Herod Agrippa, who, to please the Jews, had killed St
Aaron - The two first were killed by fire from heaven, as a punishment for presuming to offer incense with strange fire in their censers, Leviticus 10:1-2
Messiah - Barchocheba was killed in the siege, the city was taken, and a dreadful havoc succeeded. The emperor sent an army against them, killed great numbers of them, took their pretended Messiah prisoner, and immediately put him to death
Paul - Although the people of Lystra had been so ready to worship Paul and Barnabas, the repulse of their idolatrous instincts appears to have provoked them, and they allowed themselves to be persuaded into hostility be Jews who came from Antioch and Iconium, so that they attacked Paul with stones, and thought they had killed him. More than forty of the Jews bound themselves under a curse neither to eat nor drink until they had killed Paul
Pharisees (2) - The Pharisees ‘killed nature by legal prescriptions’ (Wellhausen, Phar. Messiah and sufferer were inseparable thoughts; and as soon as He was confessed as Messiah and Son of God, He declared He must suffer, be rejected, be killed, and rise again (Mark 8:29 f
Cross, Crucifixion - Several aspects of Jesus' passion are predicted; 1) it occurred by divine necessity (“must” in Mark 8:31 ); 2 ) both Jews (“delivered”) and Romans (“killed”) were guilty (Mark 9:31 ); 3 ) Jesus would be vindicated by being raised from the dead; 4) the death itself entailed glory (seen in the “lifted up” sayings which imply exaltation in John 3:14 ; John 8:28 ; John 12:32-33 )
Ezekiel - by King Nebuchadnezzar along with King Jehoiachin and 10,000 others, including political and military leaders and skilled craftsmen (2 Kings 24:14-16 ). During the crisis that followed, Jehoiakim died or perhaps was killed by those in his own court
Gods And Goddesses, Pagan - The Ugaritic myth recounts how Lotan and Baal were locked in mortal combat, until Baal killed the sea-monster
Infancy - , states that Augustus, hearing that some baby boys of less than two years of age had been put to death at Herod’s command, and that the king’s own child was amongst those killed, said ‘Melius est Herodis porcum esse quam filium
Star (2) - After the disastrous issue of his revolt it became necessary to apologize for Akiba’s mistake, and one such explanation seems to be reflected in some of the minor Midrashim which make the reference apply to Messiah ben Joseph, who was destined to be killed in battle before Messiah ben David could appear
Thomas - And worst of all when his risen Master humbled Himself to meet Thomas's unbelieving words and to satisfy them! Thomas would have killed himself with shame and self-condemnation, had it not been given him at that grandest moment of his whole life to say, "My Lord and my God!" Jesus saith unto him, "Thomas, because thou hast seen Me, thou hast believed; blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed!"...
Now, my brethren, do you clearly understand and accept this peculiar blessedness of believing without seeing? Do you clearly see and fully accept the blessedness of a strong and an easy acting faith in the things of Christ? Faith is always easy where love and hope are strong
Apocrypha - Daniel killed the dragon by feeding it cakes of pitch, fat, and hair
Sanctify - The first-born of every beast is to be offered up to God by being given to the temple or killed ( Elesbaan, a King, Hermit, And Saint of Ethiopia - Arethas and Ruma his wife died with a defiant confession on their lips; more than 4,000 Christian men, women, and children were killed (commemorated in the Roman calendar on Oct
Naaman - Get yourself killed in your heart; and God, and love, and heaven, and holiness, and eternal life are all, from that moment, in you
Priest - ...
The ordinary priests served immediately at the altar, offered sacrifices, killed and flayed them, and poured the blood at the foot of the altar, 2 Chronicles 29:34 ; 2 Chronicles 35:11
Egypt - The Egyptians not only esteemed many species of animals as sacred, which might not be killed without the punishment of death, but individual animals were kept in temples and worshipped with sacrifices, as gods
Demon - After Abimelech treacherously killed Gideon's sons, God sent an evil spirit that divided him from the citizens of Shechem (Judges 9:23-24 )
Deuteronomy, the Book of - The relaxation granted in Deuteronomy 12:15 as to killing in all their gates, whereas in Leviticus 17:3-4, the victim even for ordinary eating must be killed at the door of the tabernacle, is precisely what we might expect when Israel was on the verge of entering Canaan, which they were at the time of the delivering of Deuteronomy
Mediation Mediator - His ‘sufferings are killing him as they killed his Master’ (Denney, Death of Christ, p
Virgin Virginity - At first this custom may have arisen from the highest spiritual motives among those to whom sexual intercourse even in marriage was degrading, and it may have been practised by married persons who resolved to live in absolute chastity;† Woe - The final Woe was pronounced with a stinging reference to the honours they were paying to the prophets whom their fathers killed (Matthew 23:29-31); and, the cup of His indignation brimming over at the thought of His own impending death at their hands, He said, ‘Fill ye up then the measure of (the sins of) your fathers’ (Matthew 23:32)
Money - The single clear exception where monetary compensation covered a lost human life was in the case of the slave killed by a negligent owner's goring ox: thirty shekels (the general price of a slave) was to be paid to the dead slave's owner so that he could replace his lost property ( Exodus 21:32 )
Abel - "...
Abel was killed about the year of the world, 130
Moab - Ehud killed Eglon, and Israel expelled the Moabites, Judges 3:12 , &c
Greece, Religion And Society of - If the slave were killed, the slayer could be punished
Gratianus, Emperor - He once killed a lion with a single arrow (Aus
Gregorius (32) Turonensis, Bishop of Tours - 14), and their enemy Guntram Boso who had defeated and killed Theodebert (v
Saul - ...
His magnanimity too appears in his not allowing any to be killed of those whom the people desired to slay for saying "shall Saul reign over us?" Pious humility then breathed in his ascription of the deliverance to Jehovah, not himself (1 Samuel 11:12-13)
Edom - Amaziah king of Judah, took Petra, killed a thousand men, and compelled ten thousand more to leap from the rock, upon which stood the city of Petra, 2 Chronicles 25:11-12
Predestination - ’ We also read that He showed ‘unto his disciples, how that he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and the third day be raised up’ (Matthew 16:21)
Mission - Corrupted man rejected and killed the Holy One, thereby disclosing human guilt and need; man, as God intended him to be, and as he may become by ‘believing in him’ (John 2:11; John 3:16), is revealed in Christ’s meekness, devoutness, filial obedience and fraternal service
Bible - Though they hated and killed the prophets, they never mutilated their prophecies
Tribes of Israel, the - The radical response of the two brothers, in which they “took their swords and came against the city unawares, and killed all the males” (Genesis 34:25 ), is reflected in Jacob's blessing of the two: “Weapons of violence are their swords cursed be their anger, for it is fierce, and their wrath, for it is cruel! I will divide them in Jacob, and scatter them in Israel” (Genesis 49:5-7 NRSV)
Fire - All those with the false fire and the false incense were killed, while Aaron with the true incense and the true fire, lived
Ahithophel - Wherefore hast thou despised the commandment of the Lord, to do evil in His sight? Thou hast killed Uriah the Hittite with the edge of the sword, and hast taken his wife, Ahithophel's granddaughter, to be thy wife, and hast slain Uriah with the sword of the children of Ammon
Jonath - And he said to him, Thy brother is come; and thy father hath killed the fatted calf, because he hath received him safe and sound
Jesus Christ - Jesus knew that he eventually would be killed by the Jews in Jerusalem (Matthew 16:21; Matthew 20:18-19; Luke 9:51), but he knew also that first he had to complete the work his Father had sent him to do (John 4:34; John 9:4)
Necessity - ’ From the time of Peter’s confession at (Caesrea Philippi, intimations of the necessity of the Passion and Resurrection become more frequent; ‘From that time began Jesus to show unto his disciples how that he must (δει) go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and the third day be raised up’ (Matthew 16:21); ‘but first must (δεῖ) he suffer many things, and be rejected of this generation’ (Luke 17:25); ‘Behoved it not (δὐκ ἐδει) the Christ to suffer these things, and to enter into his glory?’ (Luke 24:26)
Israel, History of - During the ninth century crisis in Israel precipitated by Jehu's revolt in 842, King Ahaziah (842) of Judah was killed
Saviour (2) - Peter, and is here combined with ζωή; the Jews asked for a murderer to be granted them and killed the Prince of Life, whom God raised from the dead
Serpent - A kind of snakes were discovered among the Pyrenees, from whose sides proceeded cartilages in the form of wings; and Scaliger mentions a peasant who killed a serpent of the same species which attacked him, and presented it to the king of France
Egypt - Nekau, or Necho, killed Josiah at Megiddo (B
Death of Christ - So it was that as soon as Peter, in the presence of the other disciples, had confessed him as the Christ, Jesus "began to teach them that the Son of Man must suffer many things and be rejected by the elders, chief priests and teachers of the law, and that he must be killed" (Mark 8:31 ; cf
Revelation, the Book of - All these judgments have no redemptive effect, for the “rest of mankind” who are not killed by these plagues do not repent of their immoralities (Revelation 9:20-21 NAS)
Food - as having been killed in the manner prescribed by Rabbinic law
Government - For military protection David enlisted skilled fighters to command units of various sizes (2 Kings 1:9-14 ), and these were supplemented by specially trained groups (2 Samuel 10:7,9 ; 11:17 ) and foreign mercenaries (2 Samuel 8:18 ; 15:18 ). By following established procedures he enjoyed the protection of the state at times when fanatical Jews would have killed him (Acts 23:12-13 ), and was actually treated reasonably well by Roman authorities such as Felix, Festus, and even Agrippa, who was of the family of Herod and owed his title of "king" (Acts 25:24 ) to the Romans
Conscience - Christ’s apostles were killed by men who thought that they were thereby doing God service (John 16:2), and St
Passover - On the 14th day he killed it at sunset (Deuteronomy 16:6) "between the two evenings" (margin Exodus 12:6; Leviticus 23:5; Numbers 9:3-5)
Herod - 410) says that "when Augustus heard that among the children whom Herod ordered to be killed Herod's own son (Antipater) was slain, he remarked, It would be better to be one of Herod's swine than Herod's sons," punning on the similar sounding Greek terms for "son" and "swine", hus , huios
Job, Theology of - 7-10) and Bildad (8:4) states that Job's children were killed as punishment for their sins
James And John, the Sons of Zebedee - Schwartz (Ueber den Tod der Söhne Zebedaei), who finds in the prediction assigned to Jesus in Acts 10:39 proof that both sons of Zebedee must have been killed by Herod on the same day! The account in Acts (Acts 12:1 ff
Atonement - Leviticus 16:21 ); the blood, after the victim was killed, was sprinkled on and about the altar: on the Day of Atonement it was taken also within the veil
Animals - The elder brother complains that he has never been allowed to offer his friends the entertainment which his father is wont to provide for any chance visitor; while for the graceless prodigal is killed the fatted calf, which is destined only for high festivals
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
Elisha - Had he believed as did the little maid his former subject, he would have felt that, though he was "not God to, kill and to make alive," yet there was in the midst of the people one by whom God had both killed and made alive (Deuteronomy 32:39)
Judges (1) - ]'>[4] Of the twelve Judges dealt with, seven are of Quite subordinate importance, little more than a bare mention of them being recorded; they are: Othniel ( Judges 3:7-11 ), who delivers the children of Israel from Cushan-rishathaim, king of Mesopotamia; he is mentioned incidentally in Judges 1:13 as marrying the daughter of Caleb; Shamgar ( Judges 3:31 ), of whom nothing more is said than that he killed six hundred Philistines; Tola ( Judges 10:1-2 ); Jair ( Judges 10:3-5 ); Ibzan ( Judges 12:8-10 ); Elon ( Judges 12:11-12 ); and Abdon ( Judges 12:13-15 )
Offerings And Sacrifices - Thus, one can say that the peace offering was a particular kind of "offering" that was also a "sacrifice"—it involved an animal that was killed and then eaten as part of a communal meal
Gospels (2) - Nor can we base any argument on the statement in 1 Thessalonians 2:15, that ‘the Jews killed the Lord Jesus’ (see Acts 3:15)
Mediator - Assuming that Christ did institute this sacrament, we may also assume that He who taught His own not to fear those who kill the body, did not mean that when His blood was shed ‘for many’ it was shed to save them from being killed by the Jews or Romans
Innocentius, Bishop of Rome - Jerome had been attacked in his cell at Bethlehem by a band of ruffians and had narrowly escaped; the two noble virgins, Eustochium and her niece Paula, living in retirement under his spiritual direction, had been driven from their house, which had been burnt, and some of their attendants killed
Announcements of Death - Matthew says that ‘from that time began Jesus to show unto his disciples how that he must go unto Jerusalem, and suffer many things of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and the third day be raised up’ (Matthew 16:21)
Acts of the Apostles (Apocryphal) - On one occasion, while he was preaching, Patroclus, a servant of Nero, fell from a window and was killed
Mahometanism - " As to the negative precepts and institutions of this religion, the Mohammedans are forbidden the use of wine, and are prohibited from gaming, usury, and the eating of blood and swine's flesh, and whatever dies of itself, or is strangled, or killed by a blow, or by another beast
Joseph - At dinner the Egyptians, dreading pollution from those who killed cows, which were sacred in Egypt, sat apart from the Hebrew, and Joseph sat alone according to his high rank
Atonement - ‘The Son of Man must (δεῖ) suffer-must go up to Jerusalem and be killed’ (Mark 8:31, Matthew 16:21, Luke 9:22)
Samaria, Samaritans - A number of Galilaean pilgrims were attacked, and many killed, at Ginea (Jenîn), the first Samaritan village on the way (Ant
Messiah - This genuinely Messianic hope was not killed even by other tendencies to replace prophecy by the philosophy of experience
Jerusalem - 33 and 37) the Third wall was not in existence, and the total irregularity of the proceedings at his stoning leads us to think that he was killed at the readiest point outside the city
Moses - " For when, in the excess of his zeal to redress their grievances, he had slain an Egyptian, who injured one of them, in which he probably went beyond his commission, and afterward endeavoured to reconcile two of them that were at variance, they rejected his mediation; and "the man who had done wrong said, Who made thee a judge and a ruler over us? Intendest thou to kill me, as thou killedst the Egyptian yesterday?" So Moses, finding it was known, and that Pharaoh sought to slay him, fled for his life to the land of Midian, in Arabia Petraea, where he married Zipporah, the daughter of Jethro, or Reuel, prince and priest of Midian; and, as a shepherd, kept his flocks in the vicinity of Mount Horeb, or Sinai, for forty years, Exodus 2:11-21 ; Numbers 13:1-201 ; Deuteronomy 18:15-1924 ; Numbers 10:29 ; Acts 7:23-30 . ) But although "all Israel round about had fled at the cry of the devoted families of Dathan and Abiram, for fear that the earth should swallow them up also;" yet, on the morrow, they returned to their rebellious spirit, and murmured against Moses and Aaron, saying, "Ye have killed the people of the Lord
Montanus - Till then, being confounded by heathen rulers with other Christians, they could meet for worship, and, even when few in number, keep together; but Constantine's edict killed all the weaker sects, and among them the Montanists, everywhere except in Phrygia and neighbouring districts, where they were still numerous in Sozomen's time
John, Gospel of (ii. Contents) - Even the date, it would appear, is altered, in order that Christ may die on the day when the Paschal lambs were killed
Hieronymus, Eusebius (Jerome) Saint - 4) the rumour was spread that she had been killed by the excessive austerities enjoined upon her; the violent grief of her mother was taken as a reproach to the ascetic system, and the cry was heard, "The monks to the Tiber!" Jerome, though cautioned by his friends to moderate his language (xxvii
Christ in Jewish Literature - The new teacher, however, in trying to perform a miracle, was killed by a stone falling upon his head
Hosius (1), a Confessor Under Maximian - Not long afterwards the young Licinianus, his nephew, a boy of 12, was killed, at the suggestion, it is said, of the empress Fausta, whom retribution soon overtook
Cyprianus (1) Thascius Caecilius - Tertullian had killed the fashion of going unveiled, which some had claimed as symbolic of childlike innocence, yet with the avowed object of rendering their order attractive
Dioscorus (1), Patriarch of Alexandria - "I have been injured by him; the faith has been injured; Flavian was killed, after he and I had been unjustly deposed by Dioscorus
Babylon - "The mound," says Kinneir, "was full of large holes: we entered some of them, and found them strewed with the carcasses and skeletons of animals recently killed
Expiation - Then he came out a second time, and, beside the altar of burnt offerings, killed the goat which the lot had determined to be the sacrifice
Jesus Christ - Not only did the paschal lamb, which was to be killed every year in all the families of Israel, which was to be taken out of the flock, to be without blemish, to be eaten with bitter herbs, to have its blood sprinkled, and to be kept whole that not a bone of it should be broken; not only did the offering up of Isaac, and the lifting up of the brazen serpent in the wilderness, by looking upon which the people were healed, and many ritual observances of the Jews, prefigure the manner of Christ's death, and the sacrifice which was to be made for sin; but many express declarations abound in the prophecies, that Christ was indeed to suffer
Egypt - Neko himself was killed, perhaps by Tandamane, but his son Psammetichus took his place, founding the 26th Dynasty
Marcion, a 2nd Century Heretic - Is it not written in thy law that whoso killeth another shall himself be killed; that whoso sheddeth innocent blood shall have his own blood shed? Let me, then, kill thee and shed thy blood, for I was innocent and thou hast shed my blood
Theodoretus, Bishop of Cyrrhus - These works attracted architects and engineers to the city, and afforded remunerative employment to many people, for whose benefit he secured the help of presbyters skilled in medical science ( Epp. was killed by a fall from his horse, and the imperial dignity passed to the resolute hands of the orthodox Pulcheria and her soldier-husband Marcian