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  1. Heb. tsir'ah, "stinging", (Ex 23:28; Deut 7:20; Jos 24:12). The word is used in these passages as referring to some means by which the Canaanites were to be driven out from before the Israelites.
  2. (Heb. plural goyum). At first the word _goyim_ denoted generally all the nations of the world (Gen 18:18; Compare Gal 3:8).
  3. The "eternal inheritance" (1Pe 1:4; Heb 9:15).
  4. Heb. 'eglah, (Deut 21:4, 6; Jer 46:20). Untrained to the yoke (Hos 10:11); giving milk (Isa 7:21)
  5. Ex 14:9 were "mounted men", i.e., men who rode in chariots. The army of Pharaoh consisted of a chariot and infantry force. We find that at a later period, however, the Egyptians had cavalry (2Ch 12:3)
  6. Christ is the "____ of all things" (Heb 1:2; Col 1:15). Believers are ____s of the "promise," "of righteousness," "of the kingdom," "of the world," "of God," "joint ____s" with Christ (Gal 3:29; Heb 6:17; Heb 11:7; Jas 2:5; Rom 4:13; Rom 8:17).
  7. Properly so called, was not in use among the Hebrews; straw was used instead. They cut the grass green as it was needed. The word rendered in Prov 27:25 means the first shoots of the grass.
  8. One who puts on a mask and feigns himself to be what he is not; a dissembler in religion. Our Lord severely rebuked the scribes and Pharisees for this (Mat 6:2, 5, 16).
  9. Multitude, a name figuratively assigned to the place in which the slaughter and burial of the forces of Gog were to take place (Ezek 39:16).
  10. One whose business it is to cultivate the ground. It was one of the first occupations, and was esteemed most honourable (Gen 9:20; Gen 26:12, 14; Gen 37:7).
  11. A fortress, the name given to David's lurking-places (1Sa 22:4, 5; 1Sa 24:22).
  12. One of the most misunderstood words in the Bible, simply means the grave. Everyone, Christian and antichristian alike, go to this place. The Christians wait for the first resurrection from the grave, and the antichristians will be resurrected after 1000 years are up.
  13. Flight, or, according to others, stranger, an Egyptian, Sarah's handmaid (Gen 16:1; Gen 21:9, 10), whom she gave to Abraham (q.v.) as a secondary wife (Gen 16:2).
  14. A name applied to the Israelites in Scripture only by one who is a foreigner (Gen 39:14, 17; Gen 41:12), or by the Israelites when they speak of themselves to foreigners
  15. A Jewish political party who sympathized with (Mark 3:6; Mark 12:13; Mat 22:16; Luke 20:20) the rulers in their general policy of government, and in the social customs which they introduced from Rome.

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  1. Heb. ya'ar, occurs only 1Sa 14:25, 27, 29; Song 5:1
  2. The "blotting out the handwriting" is the removal by the grace of the gospel of the condemnation of the law which we had broken (Col 2:14)
  3. A harbour (Ps 107:30; Acts 27:12). The most famous on the coast of Palestine was that of Tyre (Ezek 27:3).
  4. Heb. ah ((Jer 36:22, 23); R.V., "brazier"), meaning a large pot like a brazier, a portable furnace in which fire was kept in the king's winter apartment.
  5. Heb. 'eseb, any green plant; herbage (Gen 1:11, 12, 29, 30; Gen 2:5; Gen 3:18); comprehending vegetables and all green herbage (Amos 7:1, 2).
  6. A measure of four fingers, equal to about four inches (Ex 25:25; Ex 37:12; Ps 39:5).
  7. One of the three main elements of Christian character (1Co 13:13). It is joined to faith and love, and is opposed to seeing or possessing (Rom 8:24; 1Jn 3:2).
  8. A city in the south end of the valley of Eshcol, about midway between Jerusalem and Beersheba, from which it is distant about 20 miles in a straight line. It was built "seven years before Zoan in Egypt" (Gen 13:18; Num 13:22)
  9. Warm, hot, and hence the south; also an Egyptian word meaning "black", the youngest son of Noah (Gen 5:32; Compare Gen 9:22, 24). The curse pronounced by Noah against Ham, properly against Canaan his fourth son, was accomplished when the Jews subsequently exterminated the Canaanites.
  10. (Heb. kob'a), a cap for the defence of the head (1Sa 17:5, 38).
  11. Save now! or Save, we beseech, (Mat 21:9). This was a customary form of acclamation at the feast of Tabernacles.
  12. Two words, no spacdes. A gate in the wall of Jerusalem, at the west end of the bridge, leading from Zion to the temple (Neh 3:28; Jer 31:40).
  13. To render sacred, to consecrate (Ex 28:38; Ex 29:1). This word is from the Saxon, and properly means "to make holy." i.e., is reverenced as holy (Mat 6:9).
  14. Eunuch, had charge of the harem of Ahasuerus (Esth 2:8).
  15. Whom God beholds, an officer of Ben-hadad II., king of Syria, who ultimately came to the throne, according to the word of the Lord to Elijah (1Ki 19:15), after he had put the king to death (2Ki 8:15)


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