Verse of the Day 6-30-13 Psalm 103:11-12

     Bible Verse about Transgressions

Psalm 103:11-12

“11 For as high as the heavens are above the earth, so great is his love for those who fear him; 12 as far as the east is from the west, so far has he removed our transgressions from us.” Psalm 103:11-12 ESV


When we like someone, we love them without limits. We give them more priority and importance, when compared to all others in our life. So as is our God’s love. He loves us all, more than we love Him back. His love is more than the heights between the earth and heaven.

In this day-to-day life, there are very very people who are willing to take our sorrows and sufferings. Everyone is busy with their own life and problems. But God, who loves us has taken away all our transgressions, burden and pain.

Do you feel burdened facing problems, problems all your life? God is at your side. When you go weary, place your burden on God and He will lighten it. Fear Him and His love for you is everlasting.

Verse of the Day 6-21-13 Psalm 91:1

Verse of the Day

[ My Refuge and My Fortress ] He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty. Psalm 91:1 ESV

Psalm 91

English Standard Version (ESV)

My Refuge and My Fortress

91 He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High
will abide in the shadow of the Almighty.
2 I will say[a] to the Lord, “My refuge and my fortress,
my God, in whom I trust.”

3 For he will deliver you from the snare of the fowler
and from the deadly pestilence.
4 He will cover you with his pinions,
and under his wings you will find refuge;
his faithfulness is a shield and buckler.
5 You will not fear the terror of the night,
nor the arrow that flies by day,
6 nor the pestilence that stalks in darkness,
nor the destruction that wastes at noonday.

7 A thousand may fall at your side,
ten thousand at your right hand,
but it will not come near you.
8 You will only look with your eyes
and see the recompense of the wicked.

9 Because you have made the Lord your dwelling place—
the Most High, who is my refuge[b]—
10 no evil shall be allowed to befall you,
no plague come near your tent.

11 For he will command his angels concerning you
to guard you in all your ways.
12 On their hands they will bear you up,
lest you strike your foot against a stone.
13 You will tread on the lion and the adder;
the young lion and the serpent you will trample underfoot.

14 “Because he holds fast to me in love, I will deliver him;
I will protect him, because he knows my name.
15 When he calls to me, I will answer him;
I will be with him in trouble;
I will rescue him and honor him.
16 With long life I will satisfy him
and show him my salvation.”


  1. Psalm 91:2 Septuagint He will say
  2. Psalm 91:9 Or For you, O Lord, are my refuge! You have made the Most High your dwelling place

Verse of the Day 6-17-13 Psalm 69:4-5

Verse of the Day

Sing to God, sing praises to his name; lift up a song to him who rides through the deserts; his name is the Lord; exult before him! Father of the fatherless and protector of widows is God in his holy habitation. Psalm 68:4-5 ESV

Psalm 68

English Standard Version (ESV)

God Shall Scatter His Enemies

To the choirmaster. A Psalm of David. A Song.

68 God shall arise, his enemies shall be scattered;
and those who hate him shall flee before him!
2 As smoke is driven away, so you shall drive them away;
as wax melts before fire,
so the wicked shall perish before God!
3 But the righteous shall be glad;
they shall exult before God;
they shall be jubilant with joy!

4 Sing to God, sing praises to his name;
lift up a song to him who rides through the deserts;
his name is the Lord;
exult before him!
5 Father of the fatherless and protector of widows
is God in his holy habitation.
6 God settles the solitary in a home;
he leads out the prisoners to prosperity,
but the rebellious dwell in a parched land.

7 O God, when you went out before your people,
when you marched through the wilderness, Selah
8 the earth quaked, the heavens poured down rain,
before God, the One of Sinai,
before God, the God of Israel.
9 Rain in abundance, O God, you shed abroad;
you restored your inheritance as it languished;
10 your flock[a] found a dwelling in it;
in your goodness, O God, you provided for the needy.

11 The Lord gives the word;
the women who announce the news are a great host:
12     “The kings of the armies—they flee, they flee!”
The women at home divide the spoil—
13     though you men lie among the sheepfolds—
the wings of a dove covered with silver,
its pinions with shimmering gold.
14 When the Almighty scatters kings there,
let snow fall on Zalmon.

15 O mountain of God, mountain of Bashan;
O many-peaked[b] mountain, mountain of Bashan!
16 Why do you look with hatred, O many-peaked mountain,
at the mount that God desired for his abode,
yes, where the Lord will dwell forever?
17 The chariots of God are twice ten thousand,
thousands upon thousands;
the Lord is among them; Sinai is now in the sanctuary.
18 You ascended on high,
leading a host of captives in your train
and receiving gifts among men,
even among the rebellious, that the Lord God may dwell there.

19 Blessed be the Lord,
who daily bears us up;
God is our salvation. Selah
20 Our God is a God of salvation,
and to God, the Lord, belong deliverances from death.
21 But God will strike the heads of his enemies,
the hairy crown of him who walks in his guilty ways.
22 The Lord said,
“I will bring them back from Bashan,
I will bring them back from the depths of the sea,
23 that you may strike your feet in their blood,
that the tongues of your dogs may have their portion from the foe.”

24 Your procession is[c] seen, O God,
the procession of my God, my King, into the sanctuary—
25 the singers in front, the musicians last,
between them virgins playing tambourines:
26 “Bless God in the great congregation,
the Lord, O you[d] who are of Israel‘s fountain!”
27 There is Benjamin, the least of them, in the lead,
the princes of Judah in their throng,
the princes of Zebulun, the princes of Naphtali.

28 Summon your power, O God,[e]
the power, O God, by which you have worked for us.
29 Because of your temple at Jerusalem
kings shall bear gifts to you.
30 Rebuke the beasts that dwell among the reeds,
the herd of bulls with the calves of the peoples.
Trample underfoot those who lust after tribute;
scatter the peoples who delight in war.[f]
31 Nobles shall come from Egypt;
Cush shall hasten to stretch out her hands to God.

32 O kingdoms of the earth, sing to God;
sing praises to the Lord, Selah
33 to him who rides in the heavens, the ancient heavens;
behold, he sends out his voice, his mighty voice.
34 Ascribe power to God,
whose majesty is over Israel,
and whose power is in the skies.
35 Awesome is God from his[g] sanctuary;
the God of Israel—he is the one who gives power and strength to his people.
Blessed be God!


  1. Psalm 68:10 Or your congregation
  2. Psalm 68:15 Or hunch-backed; also verse 16
  3. Psalm 68:24 Or has been
  4. Psalm 68:26 The Hebrew for you is plural here
  5. Psalm 68:28 By revocalization (compare Septuagint); Hebrew Your God has summoned your power
  6. Psalm 68:30 The meaning of the Hebrew verse is uncertain
  7. Psalm 68:35 Septuagint; Hebrew your

Verse of the Day 2-23-13

Verse of the Day

1 Blessed is the man[a] who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of scoffers; but his delight is in the law[b]of the Lord, and on his law he meditates day and night. He is like a tree planted by streams of water that yields its fruit in its season, and its leaf does not wither. In all that he does, he prospers. Psalm 1:1-3 ESV

Psalm 1

English Standard Version (ESV)

Book One

The Way of the Righteous and the Wicked

1 Blessed is the man[a]
who walks not in the counsel of the wicked,
nor stands in the way of sinners,
nor sits in the seat of scoffers;
but his delight is in the law[b] of the Lord,
and on his law he meditates day and night.

He is like a tree
planted by streams of water
that yields its fruit in its season,
and its leaf does not wither.
In all that he does, he prospers.
The wicked are not so,
but are like chaff that the wind drives away.

Therefore the wicked will not stand in the judgment,
nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous;
for the Lord knows the way of the righteous,
but the way of the wicked will perish.


  1. Psalm 1:1 The singular Hebrew word for man (ish) is used here to portray a representative example of a godly person; see Preface
  2. Psalm 1:2 Or instruction


Verse of the Day 2-7-13

Verse of the Day

Let those who love the Lord hate evil, for he guards the lives of his faithful ones and delivers them from the hand of the wicked. Psalm 97:10 NIV

New International Version (NIV)

Psalm 97

The Lord reigns, let the earth be glad;
let the distant shores rejoice.
Clouds and thick darkness surround him;
righteousness and justice are the foundation of his throne.
Fire goes before him
and consumes his foes on every side.
His lightning lights up the world;
the earth sees and trembles.
The mountains melt like wax before the Lord,
before the Lord of all the earth.
The heavens proclaim his righteousness,
and all peoples see his glory.

All who worship images are put to shame,
those who boast in idols—
worship him, all you gods!

Zion hears and rejoices
and the villages of Judah are glad
because of your judgments, Lord.
For you, Lord, are the Most High over all the earth;
you are exalted far above all gods.
10 Let those who love the Lord hate evil,
for he guards the lives of his faithful ones
and delivers them from the hand of the wicked.
11 Light shines[a] on the righteous
and joy on the upright in heart.
12 Rejoice in the Lord, you who are righteous,
and praise his holy name.


  1. Psalm 97:11 One Hebrew manuscript and ancient versions (see also 112:4); most Hebrew manuscripts Light is sown

Verse of the Day 2-5-13

Verse of the Day

For the word of the Lord is right and true; he is faithful in all he does. The Lord loves righteousness and justice; the earth is full of his unfailing love. Psalm 33:4-5 NIV

Psalm 33

Sing joyfully to the Lord, you righteous;
it is fitting for the upright to praise him.
Praise the Lord with the harp;
make music to him on the ten-stringed lyre.
Sing to him a new song;
play skillfully, and shout for joy.

For the word of the Lord is right and true;
he is faithful in all he does.
The Lord loves righteousness and justice;
the earth is full of his unfailing love.

By the word of the Lord the heavens were made,
their starry host by the breath of his mouth.
He gathers the waters of the sea into jars[a];
he puts the deep into storehouses.
Let all the earth fear the Lord;
let all the people of the world revere him.
For he spoke, and it came to be;
he commanded, and it stood firm.

10 The Lord foils the plans of the nations;
he thwarts the purposes of the peoples.
11 But the plans of the Lord stand firm forever,
the purposes of his heart through all generations.

12 Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord,
the people he chose for his inheritance.
13 From heaven the Lord looks down
and sees all mankind;
14 from his dwelling place he watches
all who live on earth—
15 he who forms the hearts of all,
who considers everything they do.

16 No king is saved by the size of his army;
no warrior escapes by his great strength.
17 A horse is a vain hope for deliverance;
despite all its great strength it cannot save.
18 But the eyes of the Lord are on those who fear him,
on those whose hope is in his unfailing love,
19 to deliver them from death
and keep them alive in famine.

20 We wait in hope for the Lord;
he is our help and our shield.
21 In him our hearts rejoice,
for we trust in his holy name.
22 May your unfailing love be with us, Lord,
even as we put our hope in you.


  1. Psalm 33:7 Or sea as into a heap

Verse of the Day 12-02-12

“[God’s Final Word: His Son] In the past God spoke to our ancestors through the prophets at many times and in various ways, but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed heir of all things, and through whom also he made the universe.” Hebrews 1:1-2NIV

Hebrews 2

New International Version (NIV)

Warning to Pay Attention

2 We must pay the most careful attention, therefore, to what we have heard, so that we do not drift away. For since the message spoken through angels was binding, and every violation and disobedience received its just punishment, how shall we escape if we ignore so great a salvation? This salvation, which was first announced by the Lord, was confirmed to us by those who heard him.God also testified to it by signs, wonders and various miracles, and by gifts of the Holy Spirit distributed according to his will.

Jesus Made Fully Human

It is not to angels that he has subjected the world to come, about which we are speaking. But there is a place where someone has testified:

“What is mankind that you are mindful of them,
a son of man that you care for him?
You made them a little[a] lower than the angels;
you crowned them with glory and honor
    and put everything under their feet.”[b][c]

In putting everything under them,[d] God left nothing that is not subject to them.[e] Yet at present we do not see everything subject to them.[f] But we do see Jesus, who was made lower than the angels for a little while, now crowned with glory and honor because he suffered death, so that by the grace of God he might taste death for everyone.

10 In bringing many sons and daughters to glory, it was fitting that God, for whom and through whom everything exists, should make the pioneer of their salvation perfect through what he suffered.11 Both the one who makes people holy and those who are made holy are of the same family. So Jesus is not ashamed to call them brothers and sisters.[g] 12 He says,

“I will declare your name to my brothers and sisters;
in the assembly I will sing your praises.”[h]

13 And again,

“I will put my trust in him.”[i]

And again he says,

“Here am I, and the children God has given me.”[j]

14 Since the children have flesh and blood, he too shared in their humanity so that by his death he might break the power of him who holds the power of death—that is, the devil— 15 and free those who all their lives were held in slavery by their fear of death. 16 For surely it is not angels he helps, but Abraham’s descendants. 17 For this reason he had to be made like them,[k] fully human in every way, in order that he might become a merciful and faithful high priest in service to God, and that he might make atonement for the sins of the people. 18 Because he himself suffered when he was tempted, he is able to help those who are being tempted.


  1. Hebrews 2:7 Or them for a little while
  2. Hebrews 2:8 Psalm 8:4-6
  3. Hebrews 2:8 Or You made him a little lower than the angels;/ you crowned him with glory and honor/ and put everything under his feet.”
  4. Hebrews 2:8 Or him
  5. Hebrews 2:8 Or him
  6. Hebrews 2:8 Or him
  7. Hebrews 2:11 The Greek word for brothers and sisters (adelphoi) refers here to believers, both men and women, as part of God’s family; also in verse 12; and in 3:1, 12; 10:19; 13:22.
  8. Hebrews 2:12 Psalm 22:22
  9. Hebrews 2:13 Isaiah 8:17
  10. Hebrews 2:13 Isaiah 8:18
  11. Hebrews 2:17 Or like his brothers


15 Key Words In The Bible

I’ve been pretty afflicted lately on the way my life has been going. So in Psalm 119:1-112, these words sort of stuck in my head, and have been on my mind heavily.

So I had to get them on my blog. I believe these words will work great wonders if I follow them daily and go through daily and add a word to the list.

  1. Psalm 119:1 This psalm is an acrostic poem, the stanzas of which begin with successive letters of the Hebrew alphabet; moreover, the verses of each stanza begin with the same letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
  2. Psalm 119:33 Or follow it for its reward
  3. Psalm 119:37 Two manuscripts of the Masoretic Text and Dead Sea Scrolls; most manuscripts of the Masoretic Text life in your way
  4. Psalm 119:112 Or decrees / for their enduring reward



[king-duhm]  Show IPA noun

1. a state or government having a king  or queen as its head

2. a realm or province of nature, especially one of the three broad divisions of natural objects: the animal, vegetable, and mineral kingdoms.

3. Biology. a taxonomic category of the highest rank, grouping together all forms of life having certain fundamental characteristics in common: in the five-kingdom classification scheme adopted by many biologists, separate kingdoms are assigned to animals (Animalia), plants (Plantae), fungi (Fungi), protozoa and eucaryotic algae (Protista), and bacteria and blue-green algae (Monera).

4. the spiritual sovereignty of God or Christ.

5. the domain over which the spiritual sovereignty of God or Christ extends, whether in heaven or on earth.

  1. Genesis 10:10
    The first centers of his kingdom were Babylon, Uruk, Akkad and Kalneh, in Shinar.
    Genesis 10:9-11 (in Context) Genesis 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 20:9
    Then Abimelek called Abraham in and said, “What have you done to us? How have I wronged you that you have brought such great guilt upon me and my kingdom? You have done things to me that should never be done.”
    Genesis 20:8-10 (in Context) Genesis 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 19:6
    you will be for me a kingdom of priests and a holy nation.’ These are the words you are to speak to the Israelites.”
    Exodus 19:5-7 (in Context) Exodus 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Numbers 24:7
    Water will flow from their buckets; their seed will have abundant water. “Their king will be greater than Agag; their kingdom will be exalted.
    Numbers 24:6-8 (in Context) Numbers 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Numbers 32:33
    Then Moses gave to the Gadites, the Reubenites and the half-tribe of Manasseh son of Joseph the kingdom of Sihon king of the Amorites and the kingdom of Og king of Bashan—the whole land with its cities and the territory around them.
    Numbers 32:32-34 (in Context) Numbers 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Deuteronomy 3:4
    At that time we took all his cities. There was not one of the sixty cities that we did not take from them—the whole region of Argob, Og’s kingdom in Bashan.
    Deuteronomy 3:3-5 (in Context) Deuteronomy 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Deuteronomy 3:10
    We took all the towns on the plateau, and all Gilead, and all Bashan as far as Salekah and Edrei, towns of Og’s kingdom in Bashan.
    Deuteronomy 3:9-11 (in Context) Deuteronomy 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Deuteronomy 3:13
    The rest of Gilead and also all of Bashan, the kingdom of Og, I gave to the half-tribe of Manasseh. (The whole region of Argob in Bashan used to be known as a land of the Rephaites.
    Deuteronomy 3:12-14 (in Context) Deuteronomy 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Deuteronomy 3:21
    Moses Forbidden to Cross the Jordan ] At that time I commanded Joshua: “You have seen with your own eyes all that the LORD your God has done to these two kings. The LORD will do the same to all the kingdoms over there where you are going.
    Deuteronomy 3:20-22 (in Context) Deuteronomy 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Deuteronomy 17:18
    When he takes the throne of his kingdom, he is to write for himself on a scroll a copy of this law, taken from that of the Levitical priests.
    Deuteronomy 17:17-19 (in Context) Deuteronomy 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[sohl]  Show IPA noun

1. the principle of life, feeling, thought, and action in humans, regarded as a distinct entity separate from the body, and commonly held to be separable in existence from the body; the spiritual part of humans as distinct from the physical part.

2. the spiritual part of humans regarded in its moral aspect, or as believed to survive death and be subject to happiness or misery in a life to come: arguing the immortality of the soul.

3. the disembodied spirit of a deceased person: He feared the soul of the deceased would haunt him.

4. the emotional part of human nature; the seat of the feelings or sentiments.

5. a human being; person.

  1. Deuteronomy 4:29
    But if from there you seek the LORD your God, you will find him if you seek him with all your heart and with all your soul.
    Deuteronomy 4:28-30 (in Context) Deuteronomy 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Deuteronomy 6:5
    Love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.
    Deuteronomy 6:4-6 (in Context) Deuteronomy 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Deuteronomy 10:12
    Fear the LORD ] And now, Israel, what does the LORD your God ask of you but to fear the LORD your God, to walk in obedience to him, to love him, to serve the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul,
    Deuteronomy 10:11-13 (in Context) Deuteronomy 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Deuteronomy 11:13
    So if you faithfully obey the commands I am giving you today—to love the LORD your God and to serve him with all your heart and with all your soul
    Deuteronomy 11:12-14 (in Context) Deuteronomy 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Deuteronomy 13:3
    you must not listen to the words of that prophet or dreamer. The LORD your God is testing you to find out whether you love him with all your heart and with all your soul.
    Deuteronomy 13:2-4 (in Context) Deuteronomy 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Deuteronomy 26:16
    Follow the LORD’s Commands ] The LORD your God commands you this day to follow these decrees and laws; carefully observe them with all your heart and with all your soul.
    Deuteronomy 26:15-17 (in Context) Deuteronomy 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Deuteronomy 30:2
    and when you and your children return to the LORD your God and obey him with all your heart and with all your soul according to everything I command you today,
    Deuteronomy 30:1-3 (in Context) Deuteronomy 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Deuteronomy 30:6
    The LORD your God will circumcise your hearts and the hearts of your descendants, so that you may love him with all your heart and with all your soul, and live.
    Deuteronomy 30:5-7 (in Context) Deuteronomy 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Deuteronomy 30:10
    if you obey the LORD your God and keep his commands and decrees that are written in this Book of the Law and turn to the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul.
    Deuteronomy 30:9-11 (in Context) Deuteronomy 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Joshua 22:5
    But be very careful to keep the commandment and the law that Moses the servant of the LORD gave you: to love the LORD your God, to walk in obedience to him, to keep his commands, to hold fast to him and to serve him with all your heart and with all your soul.”
    Joshua 22:4-6 (in Context) Joshua 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[thangks-giv-ing]  Show IPA noun

1. the act of giving thanks; grateful acknowledgment of benefits or favors, especially to God.

2. an expression of thanks, especially to God.

3. a public celebration in acknowledgment of divine favor or kindness.

4. a day set apart for giving thanks to God.

5. ( initial capital letter ) Thanksgiving Day.

  1. Leviticus 7:13
    Along with their fellowship offering of thanksgiving they are to present an offering with thick loaves of bread made with yeast.
    Leviticus 7:12-14 (in Context) Leviticus 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Leviticus 7:15
    The meat of their fellowship offering of thanksgiving must be eaten on the day it is offered; they must leave none of it till morning.
    Leviticus 7:14-16 (in Context) Leviticus 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Ezra 3:11
    With praise and thanksgiving they sang to the LORD: “He is good; his love toward Israel endures forever.” And all the people gave a great shout of praise to the LORD, because the foundation of the house of the LORD was laid.
    Ezra 3:10-12 (in Context) Ezra 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Nehemiah 11:17
    Mattaniah son of Mika, the son of Zabdi, the son of Asaph, the director who led in thanksgiving and prayer; Bakbukiah, second among his associates; and Abda son of Shammua, the son of Galal, the son of Jeduthun.
    Nehemiah 11:16-18 (in Context) Nehemiah 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Nehemiah 12:8
    The Levites were Jeshua, Binnui, Kadmiel, Sherebiah, Judah, and also Mattaniah, who, together with his associates, was in charge of the songs of thanksgiving.
    Nehemiah 12:7-9 (in Context) Nehemiah 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Nehemiah 12:24
    And the leaders of the Levites were Hashabiah, Sherebiah, Jeshua son of Kadmiel, and their associates, who stood opposite them to give praise and thanksgiving, one section responding to the other, as prescribed by David the man of God.
    Nehemiah 12:23-25 (in Context) Nehemiah 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Nehemiah 12:27
    Dedication of the Wall of Jerusalem ] At the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem, the Levites were sought out from where they lived and were brought to Jerusalem to celebrate joyfully the dedication with songs of thanksgiving and with the music of cymbals, harps and lyres.
    Nehemiah 12:26-28 (in Context) Nehemiah 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Nehemiah 12:46
    For long ago, in the days of David and Asaph, there had been directors for the musicians and for the songs of praise and thanksgiving to God.
    Nehemiah 12:45-47 (in Context) Nehemiah 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Psalm 69:30
    I will praise God’s name in song and glorify him with thanksgiving.
    Psalm 69:29-31 (in Context) Psalm 69 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Psalm 95:2
    Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song.
    Psalm 95:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 95 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[kahynd-nis]  Show IPA noun

1. the state or quality of being kind: kindness to animals.

2. a kind act; favor: his many kindnesses to me.

3. kind behavior: I will never forget your kindness.

4. friendly feeling; liking.

  1. Genesis 19:19
    Your servant has found favor in your eyes, and you have shown great kindness to me in sparing my life. But I can’t flee to the mountains; this disaster will overtake me, and I’ll die.
    Genesis 19:18-20 (in Context) Genesis 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 21:23
    Now swear to me here before God that you will not deal falsely with me or my children or my descendants. Show to me and the country where you now reside as a foreigner the same kindness I have shown to you.”
    Genesis 21:22-24 (in Context) Genesis 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 24:12
    Then he prayed, “LORD, God of my master Abraham, make me successful today, and show kindness to my master Abraham.
    Genesis 24:11-13 (in Context) Genesis 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 24:14
    May it be that when I say to a young woman, ‘Please let down your jar that I may have a drink,’ and she says, ‘Drink, and I’ll water your camels too’—let her be the one you have chosen for your servant Isaac. By this I will know that you have shown kindness to my master.”
    Genesis 24:13-15 (in Context) Genesis 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 24:27
    saying, “Praise be to the LORD, the God of my master Abraham, who has not abandoned his kindness and faithfulness to my master. As for me, the LORD has led me on the journey to the house of my master’s relatives.”
    Genesis 24:26-28 (in Context) Genesis 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Genesis 24:49
    Now if you will show kindness and faithfulness to my master, tell me; and if not, tell me, so I may know which way to turn.”
    Genesis 24:48-50 (in Context) Genesis 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Genesis 32:10
    I am unworthy of all the kindness and faithfulness you have shown your servant. I had only my staff when I crossed this Jordan, but now I have become two camps.
    Genesis 32:9-11 (in Context) Genesis 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Genesis 39:21
    the LORD was with him; he showed him kindness and granted him favor in the eyes of the prison warden.
    Genesis 39:20-22 (in Context) Genesis 39 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Genesis 40:14
    But when all goes well with you, remember me and show me kindness; mention me to Pharaoh and get me out of this prison.
    Genesis 40:13-15 (in Context) Genesis 40 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Genesis 47:29
    When the time drew near for Israel to die, he called for his son Joseph and said to him, “If I have found favor in your eyes, put your hand under my thigh and promise that you will show me kindness and faithfulness. Do not bury me in Egypt,
    Genesis 47:28-30 (in Context) Genesis 47 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ri-veel]  Show IPA verb (used with object)

1. to make known; disclose; divulge: to reveal a secret.

2. to lay open to view; display; exhibit. noun

3. an act or instance of revealing; revelation; disclosure.

4. Architecture.

a. the part of the jamb of a window or door opening between the outer wall surface and the window or door frame.

b. the whole jamb of an opening between the outer and inner surfaces of a wall.

5. the framework or edge of an automobile window.

  1. Genesis 35:7
    There he built an altar, and he called the place El Bethel, because it was there that God revealed himself to him when he was fleeing from his brother.
    Genesis 35:6-8 (in Context) Genesis 35 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 41:25
    Then Joseph said to Pharaoh, “The dreams of Pharaoh are one and the same. God has revealed to Pharaoh what he is about to do.
    Genesis 41:24-26 (in Context) Genesis 41 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Numbers 12:6
    he said, “Listen to my words: “When there is a prophet among you, I, the LORD, reveal myself to them in visions, I speak to them in dreams.
    Numbers 12:5-7 (in Context) Numbers 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Numbers 23:3
    Then Balaam said to Balak, “Stay here beside your offering while I go aside. Perhaps the LORD will come to meet with me. Whatever he reveals to me I will tell you.” Then he went off to a barren height.
    Numbers 23:2-4 (in Context) Numbers 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Deuteronomy 29:29
    The secret things belong to the LORD our God, but the things revealed belong to us and to our children forever, that we may follow all the words of this law.
    Deuteronomy 29:28-29 (in Context) Deuteronomy 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 1 Samuel 2:27
    Prophecy Against the House of Eli ] Now a man of God came to Eli and said to him, “This is what the LORD says: ‘Did I not clearly reveal myself to your ancestor’s family when they were in Egypt under Pharaoh?
    1 Samuel 2:26-28 (in Context) 1 Samuel 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 1 Samuel 3:7
    Now Samuel did not yet know the LORD: The word of the LORD had not yet been revealed to him.
    1 Samuel 3:6-8 (in Context) 1 Samuel 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 1 Samuel 3:21
    The LORD continued to appear at Shiloh, and there he revealed himself to Samuel through his word.
    1 Samuel 3:20-21 (in Context) 1 Samuel 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 1 Samuel 9:15
    Now the day before Saul came, the LORD had revealed this to Samuel:
    1 Samuel 9:14-16 (in Context) 1 Samuel 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 2 Samuel 7:27
    “LORD Almighty, God of Israel, you have revealed this to your servant, saying, ‘I will build a house for you.’ So your servant has found courage to pray this prayer to you.
    2 Samuel 7:26-28 (in Context) 2 Samuel 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[vou]  Show IPA noun

1. a solemn promise, pledge, or personal commitment: marriage vows; a vow of secrecy.

2. a solemn promise made to a deity or saint committing oneself to an act, service, or condition.

3. a solemn or earnest declaration.

  1. Genesis 28:20
    Then Jacob made a vow, saying, “If God will be with me and will watch over me on this journey I am taking and will give me food to eat and clothes to wear
    Genesis 28:19-21 (in Context) Genesis 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 31:13
    I am the God of Bethel, where you anointed a pillar and where you made a vow to me. Now leave this land at once and go back to your native land.’”
    Genesis 31:12-14 (in Context) Genesis 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Leviticus 7:16
    “‘If, however, their offering is the result of a vow or is a freewill offering, the sacrifice shall be eaten on the day they offer it, but anything left over may be eaten on the next day.
    Leviticus 7:15-17 (in Context) Leviticus 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Leviticus 22:18
    “Speak to Aaron and his sons and to all the Israelites and say to them: ‘If any of you—whether an Israelite or a foreigner residing in Israel—presents a gift for a burnt offering to the LORD, either to fulfill a vow or as a freewill offering,
    Leviticus 22:17-19 (in Context) Leviticus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Leviticus 22:21
    When anyone brings from the herd or flock a fellowship offering to the LORD to fulfill a special vow or as a freewill offering, it must be without defect or blemish to be acceptable.
    Leviticus 22:20-22 (in Context) Leviticus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Leviticus 22:23
    You may, however, present as a freewill offering an ox or a sheep that is deformed or stunted, but it will not be accepted in fulfillment of a vow.
    Leviticus 22:22-24 (in Context) Leviticus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Leviticus 23:38
    These offerings are in addition to those for the LORD’s Sabbaths and in addition to your gifts and whatever you have vowed and all the freewill offerings you give to the LORD.)
    Leviticus 23:37-39 (in Context) Leviticus 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Leviticus 27:2
    “Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘If anyone makes a special vow to dedicate a person to the LORD by giving the equivalent value,
    Leviticus 27:1-3 (in Context) Leviticus 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Leviticus 27:8
    If anyone making the vow is too poor to pay the specified amount, the person being dedicated is to be presented to the priest, who will set the value according to what the one making the vow can afford.
    Leviticus 27:7-9 (in Context) Leviticus 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Leviticus 27:9
    “‘If what they vowed is an animal that is acceptable as an offering to the LORD, such an animal given to the LORD becomes holy.
    Leviticus 27:8-10 (in Context) Leviticus 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[shep-erd]  Show IPA noun

1. a person who herds, tends, and guards sheep.

2. a person who protects, guides, or watches over a person or group of people.

3. a member of the clergy.

4. the Shepherd, Jesus Christ.

5. sheepdog.

  1. Genesis 29:3
    When all the flocks were gathered there, the shepherds would roll the stone away from the well’s mouth and water the sheep. Then they would return the stone to its place over the mouth of the well.
    Genesis 29:2-4 (in Context) Genesis 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 29:4
    Jacob asked the shepherds, “My brothers, where are you from?” “We’re from Harran,” they replied.
    Genesis 29:3-5 (in Context) Genesis 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 29:9
    While he was still talking with them, Rachel came with her father’s sheep, for she was a shepherd.
    Genesis 29:8-10 (in Context) Genesis 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 46:32
    The men are shepherds; they tend livestock, and they have brought along their flocks and herds and everything they own.’
    Genesis 46:31-33 (in Context) Genesis 46 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 46:34
    you should answer, ‘Your servants have tended livestock from our boyhood on, just as our fathers did.’ Then you will be allowed to settle in the region of Goshen, for all shepherds are detestable to the Egyptians.”
    Genesis 46:33-34 (in Context) Genesis 46 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Genesis 47:3
    Pharaoh asked the brothers, “What is your occupation?” “Your servants are shepherds,” they replied to Pharaoh, “just as our fathers were.”
    Genesis 47:2-4 (in Context) Genesis 47 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Genesis 48:15
    Then he blessed Joseph and said, “May the God before whom my fathers Abraham and Isaac walked faithfully, the God who has been my shepherd all my life to this day,
    Genesis 48:14-16 (in Context) Genesis 48 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Genesis 49:24
    But his bow remained steady, his strong arms stayed limber, because of the hand of the Mighty One of Jacob, because of the Shepherd, the Rock of Israel,
    Genesis 49:23-25 (in Context) Genesis 49 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Exodus 2:17
    Some shepherds came along and drove them away, but Moses got up and came to their rescue and watered their flock.
    Exodus 2:16-18 (in Context) Exodus 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Exodus 2:19
    They answered, “An Egyptian rescued us from the shepherds. He even drew water for us and watered the flock.”
    Exodus 2:18-20 (in Context) Exodus 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[sur-puhnt]  Show IPA noun

1. a snake.

2. a wily, treacherous, or malicious person.

3. the Devil; Satan. Gen. 3:1–5.

4. a firework that burns with serpentine  motion or flame.

5. ( initial capital letter ) Astronomy. the constellation Serpens.

  1. Genesis 3:1
    The Fall ] Now the serpent was more crafty than any of the wild animals the LORD God had made. He said to the woman, “Did God really say, ‘You must not eat from any tree in the garden’?”
    Genesis 3:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 3:2
    The woman said to the serpent, “We may eat fruit from the trees in the garden,
    Genesis 3:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 3:4
    “You will not certainly die,” the serpent said to the woman.
    Genesis 3:3-5 (in Context) Genesis 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 3:13
    Then the LORD God said to the woman, “What is this you have done?” The woman said, “The serpent deceived me, and I ate.”
    Genesis 3:12-14 (in Context) Genesis 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 3:14
    So the LORD God said to the serpent, “Because you have done this, “Cursed are you above all livestock and all wild animals! You will crawl on your belly and you will eat dust all the days of your life.
    Genesis 3:13-15 (in Context) Genesis 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Deuteronomy 32:33
    Their wine is the venom of serpents, the deadly poison of cobras.
    Deuteronomy 32:32-34 (in Context) Deuteronomy 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Job 20:14
    yet his food will turn sour in his stomach; it will become the venom of serpents within him.
    Job 20:13-15 (in Context) Job 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Job 20:16
    He will suck the poison of serpents; the fangs of an adder will kill him.
    Job 20:15-17 (in Context) Job 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Job 26:13
    By his breath the skies became fair; his hand pierced the gliding serpent.
    Job 26:12-14 (in Context) Job 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Psalm 91:13
    You will tread on the lion and the cobra; you will trample the great lion and the serpent.
    Psalm 91:12-14 (in Context) Psalm 91 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ri-vahyl]  Show IPA verb, re·viled, re·vil·ing. verb (used with object)

1. to assail with contemptuous or opprobrious languageaddress or speak of abusively.

  1. Psalm 10:3
    He boasts about the cravings of his heart; he blesses the greedy and reviles the LORD.
    Psalm 10:2-4 (in Context) Psalm 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Psalm 10:13
    Why does the wicked man revile God? Why does he say to himself, “He won’t call me to account”?
    Psalm 10:12-14 (in Context) Psalm 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Psalm 44:16
    at the taunts of those who reproach and revile me, because of the enemy, who is bent on revenge.
    Psalm 44:15-17 (in Context) Psalm 44 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Psalm 74:10
    How long will the enemy mock you, God? Will the foe revile your name forever?
    Psalm 74:9-11 (in Context) Psalm 74 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Psalm 74:18
    Remember how the enemy has mocked you, LORD, how foolish people have reviled your name.
    Psalm 74:17-19 (in Context) Psalm 74 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Ecclesiastes 10:20
    Do not revile the king even in your thoughts, or curse the rich in your bedroom, because a bird in the sky may carry your words, and a bird on the wing may report what you say.
    Ecclesiastes 10:19-20 (in Context) Ecclesiastes 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[tuhng]  Show IPA, noun, verb tongued, tongu·ing. noun

1. Anatomy. the usually movable organ in the floor of the mouth in humans and most vertebrates, functioning in eating, in tasting, and, in humans, in speaking.

2. Zoology. an analogous organ in invertebrate animals.

3. the tongue of an animal, as an ox, beef, or sheep, used for food, often prepared by smoking or pickling.

4. the human tongue as the organ of speech: No tongue must ever tell the secret.

5. the faculty or power of speech: a sight no tongue can describe.

6. speech or talk, especially mere glib or empty talk.

7. manner or character of speech: a flattering tongue.

8. the language of a particular people, region, or nation: the hebrew tongue.

  1. Exodus 4:10
    Moses said to the LORD, “Pardon your servant, Lord. I have never been eloquent, neither in the past nor since you have spoken to your servant. I am slow of speech and tongue.”
    Exodus 4:9-11 (in Context) Exodus 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Judges 7:5
    So Gideon took the men down to the water. There the LORD told him, “Separate those who lap the water with their tongues as a dog laps from those who kneel down to drink.”
    Judges 7:4-6 (in Context) Judges 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 2 Samuel 23:2
    “The Spirit of the LORD spoke through me; his word was on my tongue.
    2 Samuel 23:1-3 (in Context) 2 Samuel 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Esther 1:22
    He sent dispatches to all parts of the kingdom, to each province in its own script and to each people in their own language, proclaiming that every man should be ruler over his own household, using his native tongue.
    Esther 1:21-22 (in Context) Esther 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Job 5:21
    You will be protected from the lash of the tongue, and need not fear when destruction comes.
    Job 5:20-22 (in Context) Job 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Job 12:11
    Does not the ear test words as the tongue tastes food?
    Job 12:10-12 (in Context) Job 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Job 15:5
    Your sin prompts your mouth; you adopt the tongue of the crafty.
    Job 15:4-6 (in Context) Job 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Job 20:12
    “Though evil is sweet in his mouth and he hides it under his tongue,
    Job 20:11-13 (in Context) Job 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Job 27:4
    my lips will not say anything wicked, and my tongue will not utter lies.
    Job 27:3-5 (in Context) Job 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Job 29:10
    the voices of the nobles were hushed, and their tongues stuck to the roof of their mouths.
    Job 29:9-11 (in Context) Job 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[wel-fair]  Show IPA noun

1. the good fortune, health, happiness, prosperity, etc., of a person, group, or organization; well-being: to look after a child’s welfare; the physical or moral welfare of society.

2. welfare work.

3. financial or other assistance to an individual or family from a city, state, or national government: Thousands of jobless people in this city would starve if it weren’t for welfare.

4. ( initial capital letter ) Informal . a governmental agency that provides funds and aid to people in need, especially those unable to work.

  1. Nehemiah 2:10
    When Sanballat the Horonite and Tobiah the Ammonite official heard about this, they were very much disturbed that someone had come to promote the welfare of the Israelites.
    Nehemiah 2:9-11 (in Context) Nehemiah 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Esther 10:3
    Mordecai the Jew was second in rank to King Xerxes, preeminent among the Jews, and held in high esteem by his many fellow Jews, because he worked for the good of his people and spoke up for the welfare of all the Jews.
    Esther 10:2-3 (in Context) Esther 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Philippians 2:20
    I have no one else like him, who will show genuine concern for your welfare.
    Philippians 2:19-21 (in Context) Philippians 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 1 Timothy 6:2
    Those who have believing masters should not show them disrespect just because they are fellow believers. Instead, they should serve them even better because their masters are dear to them as fellow believers and are devoted to the welfare of their slaves. [ False Teachers and the Love of Money ] These are the things you are to teach and insist on.
    1 Timothy 6:1-3 (in Context) 1 Timothy 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[yohk]  Show IPA noun, plural yokes for 1, 3–20, yoke for 2; verb, yoked, yok·ing. noun

1. a device for joining together a pair of draft animals, especially oxen, usually consisting of a crosspiece with two bow-shaped pieces, each enclosing the head of an animal. Compare harness ( def. 1 ).

2. a pair of draft animals fastened together by a yoke: five yoke of oxen.

3. something resembling a yoke or a bow of a yoke in form or use.

4. a frame fitting the neck and shoulders of a person, for carrying a pair of buckets or the like, one at each end.

5. an agency of oppression, subjection, servitude, etc.

6. an emblem or symbol of subjection, servitude, slavery, etc., as an archway under which prisoners of war were compelled to pass by the ancient Romans and others.

7. something that couples or binds together; a bond or tie.

  1. Genesis 27:40
    You will live by the sword and you will serve your brother. But when you grow restless, you will throw his yoke from off your neck.”
    Genesis 27:39-41 (in Context) Genesis 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 6:6
    “Therefore, say to the Israelites: ‘I am the LORD, and I will bring you out from under the yoke of the Egyptians. I will free you from being slaves to them, and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm and with mighty acts of judgment.
    Exodus 6:5-7 (in Context) Exodus 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 6:7
    I will take you as my own people, and I will be your God. Then you will know that I am the LORD your God, who brought you out from under the yoke of the Egyptians.
    Exodus 6:6-8 (in Context) Exodus 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Leviticus 26:13
    I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of Egypt so that you would no longer be slaves to the Egyptians; I broke the bars of your yoke and enabled you to walk with heads held high.
    Leviticus 26:12-14 (in Context) Leviticus 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Numbers 19:2
    “This is a requirement of the law that the LORD has commanded: Tell the Israelites to bring you a red heifer without defect or blemish and that has never been under a yoke.
    Numbers 19:1-3 (in Context) Numbers 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Numbers 25:3
    So Israel yoked themselves to the Baal of Peor. And the LORD’s anger burned against them.
    Numbers 25:2-4 (in Context) Numbers 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Numbers 25:5
    So Moses said to Israel’s judges, “Each of you must put to death those of your people who have yoked themselves to the Baal of Peor.”
    Numbers 25:4-6 (in Context) Numbers 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Deuteronomy 21:3
    Then the elders of the town nearest the body shall take a heifer that has never been worked and has never worn a yoke
    Deuteronomy 21:2-4 (in Context) Deuteronomy 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Deuteronomy 22:10
    Do not plow with an ox and a donkey yoked together.
    Deuteronomy 22:9-11 (in Context) Deuteronomy 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Deuteronomy 28:48
    therefore in hunger and thirst, in nakedness and dire poverty, you will serve the enemies the LORD sends against you. He will put an iron yoke on your neck until he has destroyed you.
    Deuteronomy 28:47-49 (in Context) Deuteronomy 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ri-zist]  Show IPA verb (used with object)

1. to withstand, strive against, or oppose: to resist infection; to resist temptation.

2. to withstand the action or effect of: to resist spoilage.

3. to refrain or abstain from, especially with difficulty or reluctance: They couldn’t resist the chocolates.

James 4:7
Submit yourselves, then, to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.
James 4:6-8 (in Context) James 4 (Whole Chapter)

  1. Judges 2:14
    In his anger against Israel the LORD gave them into the hands of raiders who plundered them. He sold them into the hands of their enemies all around, whom they were no longer able to resist.
    Judges 2:13-15 (in Context) Judges 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. 2 Kings 10:4
    But they were terrified and said, “If two kings could not resist him, how can we?”
    2 Kings 10:3-5 (in Context) 2 Kings 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 2 Chronicles 13:7
    Some worthless scoundrels gathered around him and opposed Rehoboam son of Solomon when he was young and indecisive and not strong enough to resist them.
    2 Chronicles 13:6-8 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 2 Chronicles 13:8
    “And now you plan to resist the kingdom of the LORD, which is in the hands of David’s descendants. You are indeed a vast army and have with you the golden calves that Jeroboam made to be your gods.
    2 Chronicles 13:7-9 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Job 9:4
    His wisdom is profound, his power is vast. Who has resisted him and come out unscathed?
    Job 9:3-5 (in Context) Job 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Proverbs 28:4
    Those who forsake instruction praise the wicked, but those who heed it resist them.
    Proverbs 28:3-5 (in Context) Proverbs 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Isaiah 1:20
    but if you resist and rebel, you will be devoured by the sword.” For the mouth of the LORD has spoken.
    Isaiah 1:19-21 (in Context) Isaiah 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Daniel 10:13
    But the prince of the Persian kingdom resisted me twenty-one days. Then Michael, one of the chief princes, came to help me, because I was detained there with the king of Persia.
    Daniel 10:12-14 (in Context) Daniel 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Daniel 11:15
    Then the king of the North will come and build up siege ramps and will capture a fortified city. The forces of the South will be powerless to resist; even their best troops will not have the strength to stand.
    Daniel 11:14-16 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Daniel 11:32
    With flattery he will corrupt those who have violated the covenant, but the people who know their God will firmly resist him.
    Daniel 11:31-33 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[heel]  Show IPA verb (used with object)

1. to make healthy, whole, or sound; restore to health; free from ailment.

2. to bring to an end or conclusion, as conflicts between people or groups, usually with the strong implication of restoring former amity; settle; reconcile: They tried to heal the rift between them but were unsuccessful.

3. to free from evil; cleanse; purify: to heal the soul.

  1. Genesis 20:17
    Then Abraham prayed to God, and God healed Abimelek, his wife and his female slaves so they could have children again,
    Genesis 20:16-18 (in Context) Genesis 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 41:5
    He fell asleep again and had a second dream: Seven heads of grain, healthy and good, were growing on a single stalk.
    Genesis 41:4-6 (in Context) Genesis 41 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 41:7
    The thin heads of grain swallowed up the seven healthy, full heads. Then Pharaoh woke up; it had been a dream.
    Genesis 41:6-8 (in Context) Genesis 41 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 15:26
    He said, “If you listen carefully to the LORD your God and do what is right in his eyes, if you pay attention to his commands and keep all his decrees, I will not bring on you any of the diseases I brought on the Egyptians, for I am the LORD, who heals you.”
    Exodus 15:25-27 (in Context) Exodus 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Exodus 21:19
    the one who struck the blow will not be held liable if the other can get up and walk around outside with a staff; however, the guilty party must pay the injured person for any loss of time and see that the victim is completely healed.
    Exodus 21:18-20 (in Context) Exodus 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Leviticus 13:18
    “When someone has a boil on their skin and it heals,
    Leviticus 13:17-19 (in Context) Leviticus 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Leviticus 13:37
    If, however, the sore is unchanged so far as the priest can see, and if black hair has grown in it, the affected person is healed. They are clean, and the priest shall pronounce them clean.
    Leviticus 13:36-38 (in Context) Leviticus 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Leviticus 14:3
    The priest is to go outside the camp and examine them. If they have been healed of their defiling skin disease,
    Leviticus 14:2-4 (in Context) Leviticus 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Numbers 12:13
    So Moses cried out to the LORD, “Please, God, heal her!”
    Numbers 12:12-14 (in Context) Numbers 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Deuteronomy 32:39
    “See now that I myself am he! There is no god besides me. I put to death and I bring to life, I have wounded and I will heal, and no one can deliver out of my hand.
    Deuteronomy 32:38-40 (in Context) Deuteronomy 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[lib-er-tee]  Show IPA noun, plural lib·er·ties.

1. freedom from arbitrary or despotic government or control.

2. freedom from external or foreign rule; independence.

3. freedom from control, interference, obligation, restriction, hampering conditions, etc.; power or right of doing, thinking, speaking, etc., according to choice.

4. freedom from captivity, confinement, or physical restraint: The prisoner soon regained his liberty.

5. permission granted to a sailor, especially in the navy, to go ashore.

Leviticus 25:10
Consecrate the fiftieth year and proclaim liberty throughout the land to all its inhabitants. It shall be a jubilee for you; each of you is to return to your family property and to your own clan.
Leviticus 25:9-11 (in Context) Leviticus 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations Topics

  1. liberty in christ
  2. liberty



[ri-wawrd]  Show IPA noun

1. a sum of money offered for the detection or capture of a criminal, the recovery of lost or stolen property, etc.

2. something given or received in return or recompense for service, merit, hardship, etc.

  1. Genesis 15:1
    The LORD’s Covenant With Abram ] After this, the word of the LORD came to Abram in a vision: “Do not be afraid, Abram. I am your shield, your very great reward. ”
    Genesis 15:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 30:18
    Then Leah said, “God has rewarded me for giving my servant to my husband.” So she named him Issachar.
    Genesis 30:17-19 (in Context) Genesis 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Leviticus 26:1
    Reward for Obedience ] “‘Do not make idols or set up an image or a sacred stone for yourselves, and do not place a carved stone in your land to bow down before it. I am the LORD your God.
    Leviticus 26:1-3 (in Context) Leviticus 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Numbers 22:17
    because I will reward you handsomely and do whatever you say. Come and put a curse on these people for me.”
    Numbers 22:16-18 (in Context) Numbers 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Numbers 22:37
    Balak said to Balaam, “Did I not send you an urgent summons? Why didn’t you come to me? Am I really not able to reward you?”
    Numbers 22:36-38 (in Context) Numbers 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Numbers 24:11
    Now leave at once and go home! I said I would reward you handsomely, but the LORD has kept you from being rewarded.”
    Numbers 24:10-12 (in Context) Numbers 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Ruth 2:12
    May the LORD repay you for what you have done. May you be richly rewarded by the LORD, the God of Israel, under whose wings you have come to take refuge.”
    Ruth 2:11-13 (in Context) Ruth 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 1 Samuel 24:19
    When a man finds his enemy, does he let him get away unharmed? May the LORD reward you well for the way you treated me today.
    1 Samuel 24:18-20 (in Context) 1 Samuel 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 1 Samuel 26:23
    The LORD rewards everyone for their righteousness and faithfulness. The LORD delivered you into my hands today, but I would not lay a hand on the LORD’s anointed.
    1 Samuel 26:22-24 (in Context) 1 Samuel 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 2 Samuel 4:10
    when someone told me, ‘Saul is dead,’ and thought he was bringing good news, I seized him and put him to death in Ziklag. That was the reward I gave him for his news!
    2 Samuel 4:9-11 (in Context) 2 Samuel 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ree-proov]  Show IPA verb (used with object), verb (used without object), re-proved, re-proved or re-prov·en, re-prov·ing.

to prove  again.

1 Timothy 5:20
But those elders who are sinning you are to reprove before everyone, so that the others may take warning.
1 Timothy 5:19-21 (in Context) 1 Timothy 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ri-byook]  Show IPA verb, re·buked, re·buk·ing, noun verb (used with object)

1. to express sharp, stern disapproval of; reprove; reprimand.

  1. Genesis 31:42
    If the God of my father, the God of Abraham and the Fear of Isaac, had not been with me, you would surely have sent me away empty-handed. But God has seen my hardship and the toil of my hands, and last night he rebuked you.”
    Genesis 31:41-43 (in Context) Genesis 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 37:10
    When he told his father as well as his brothers, his father rebuked him and said, “What is this dream you had? Will your mother and I and your brothers actually come and bow down to the ground before you?”
    Genesis 37:9-11 (in Context) Genesis 37 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Leviticus 19:17
    “‘Do not hate a fellow Israelite in your heart. Rebuke your neighbor frankly so you will not share in their guilt.
    Leviticus 19:16-18 (in Context) Leviticus 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Deuteronomy 28:20
    The LORD will send on you curses, confusion and rebuke in everything you put your hand to, until you are destroyed and come to sudden ruin because of the evil you have done in forsaking him.
    Deuteronomy 28:19-21 (in Context) Deuteronomy 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Ruth 2:16
    Even pull out some stalks for her from the bundles and leave them for her to pick up, and don’t rebuke her.”
    Ruth 2:15-17 (in Context) Ruth 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 1 Samuel 2:25
    If one person sins against another, God may mediate for the offender; but if anyone sins against the LORD, who will intercede for them?” His sons, however, did not listen to their father’s rebuke, for it was the LORD’s will to put them to death.
    1 Samuel 2:24-26 (in Context) 1 Samuel 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 1 Samuel 13:1
    Samuel Rebukes Saul ] Saul was thirty years old when he became king, and he reigned over Israel forty- two years.
    1 Samuel 13:1-3 (in Context) 1 Samuel 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 1 Samuel 24:7
    With these words David sharply rebuked his men and did not allow them to attack Saul. And Saul left the cave and went his way.
    1 Samuel 24:6-8 (in Context) 1 Samuel 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 2 Samuel 12:1
    Nathan Rebukes David ] The LORD sent Nathan to David. When he came to him, he said, “There were two men in a certain town, one rich and the other poor.
    2 Samuel 12:1-3 (in Context) 2 Samuel 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 2 Samuel 22:16
    The valleys of the sea were exposed and the foundations of the earth laid bare at the rebuke of the LORD, at the blast of breath from his nostrils.
    2 Samuel 22:15-17 (in Context) 2 Samuel 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[duh-min-yuhn]  Show IPA noun

1. the power or right of governing and controlling; sovereign authority.

2. rule; controldomination.

3. a territory, usually of considerable size, in which a single rulership holds sway.

4. lands or domains subject to sovereignty or control.

5. Government. a territory constituting a self-governing commonwealth and being one of a number of such territories united in a community of nations, or empire: formerly applied to self-governing divisions of the British Empire, as Canada and New Zealand.

6. dominions, Theology. domination ( def. 3 ).

  1. Numbers 21:30
    “But we have overthrown them; Heshbon’s dominion has been destroyed all the way to Dibon. We have demolished them as far as Nophah, which extends to Medeba.”
    Numbers 21:29-31 (in Context) Numbers 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Job 25:2
    Dominion and awe belong to God; he establishes order in the heights of heaven.
    Job 25:1-3 (in Context) Job 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Job 38:33
    Do you know the laws of the heavens? Can you set up God’s dominion over the earth?
    Job 38:32-34 (in Context) Job 38 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Psalm 22:28
    for dominion belongs to the LORD and he rules over the nations.
    Psalm 22:27-29 (in Context) Psalm 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Psalm 103:22
    Praise the LORD, all his works everywhere in his dominion. Praise the LORD, my soul.
    Psalm 103:21-22 (in Context) Psalm 103 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Psalm 114:2
    Judah became God’s sanctuary, Israel his dominion.
    Psalm 114:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 114 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Psalm 145:13
    Your kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, and your dominion endures through all generations. The LORD is trustworthy in all he promises and faithful in all he does.
    Psalm 145:12-14 (in Context) Psalm 145 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Daniel 2:37
    Your Majesty, you are the king of kings. The God of heaven has given you dominion and power and might and glory;
    Daniel 2:36-38 (in Context) Daniel 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Daniel 4:3
    How great are his signs, how mighty his wonders! His kingdom is an eternal kingdom; his dominion endures from generation to generation.
    Daniel 4:2-4 (in Context) Daniel 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Daniel 4:22
    Your Majesty, you are that tree! You have become great and strong; your greatness has grown until it reaches the sky, and your dominion extends to distant parts of the earth.
    Daniel 4:21-23 (in Context) Daniel 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[sov-rin, sov-er-in, suhv-]  Show IPA noun

1. a monarch; a king, queen, or other supreme ruler.

2. a person who has sovereign power or authority.

3. a group or body of persons or a state having sovereign authority.

4. a gold coin of the United Kingdom, equal to one pound sterling: went out of circulation after 1914.

  1. Genesis 15:2
    But Abram said, “Sovereign LORD, what can you give me since I remain childless and the one who will inherit my estate is Eliezer of Damascus?”
    Genesis 15:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 15:8
    But Abram said, “Sovereign LORD, how can I know that I will gain possession of it?”
    Genesis 15:7-9 (in Context) Genesis 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 23:17
    “Three times a year all the men are to appear before the Sovereign LORD.
    Exodus 23:16-18 (in Context) Exodus 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 34:23
    Three times a year all your men are to appear before the Sovereign LORD, the God of Israel.
    Exodus 34:22-24 (in Context) Exodus 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Deuteronomy 3:24
    Sovereign LORD, you have begun to show to your servant your greatness and your strong hand. For what god is there in heaven or on earth who can do the deeds and mighty works you do?
    Deuteronomy 3:23-25 (in Context) Deuteronomy 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Deuteronomy 9:26
    I prayed to the LORD and said, “Sovereign LORD, do not destroy your people, your own inheritance that you redeemed by your great power and brought out of Egypt with a mighty hand.
    Deuteronomy 9:25-27 (in Context) Deuteronomy 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Joshua 7:7
    And Joshua said, “Alas, Sovereign LORD, why did you ever bring this people across the Jordan to deliver us into the hands of the Amorites to destroy us? If only we had been content to stay on the other side of the Jordan!
    Joshua 7:6-8 (in Context) Joshua 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Judges 6:22
    When Gideon realized that it was the angel of the LORD, he exclaimed, “Alas, Sovereign LORD! I have seen the angel of the LORD face to face!”
    Judges 6:21-23 (in Context) Judges 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Judges 16:28
    Then Samson prayed to the LORD, “Sovereign LORD, remember me. Please, God, strengthen me just once more, and let me with one blow get revenge on the Philistines for my two eyes.”
    Judges 16:27-29 (in Context) Judges 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 2 Samuel 7:18
    David’s Prayer ] Then King David went in and sat before the LORD, and he said: “Who am I, Sovereign LORD, and what is my family, that you have brought me this far?
    2 Samuel 7:17-19 (in Context) 2 Samuel 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ahr-mer]  Show IPA noun

1. any covering worn as a defense against weapons.

2. a suit of armor.

3. a metallic sheathing or protective covering, especially metal plates, used on warships, armored vehicles, airplanes, and fortifications.

4. mechanized units of military forces, as armored  divisions.

5. Also called armament. any protective covering, as on certain animals, insects, or plants.

6. any quality, characteristic, situation, or thing that serves as protection: A chilling courtesy was his only armor.

7. the outer, protective wrapping of metal, usually fine, braided steel wires, on a cable.

“Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil” (v. 11).

Ephesians 6:10–13

After unfolding the implications of the gospel for several different relationships (Eph. 5:22–6:9), Paul in Ephesians 6:10–20 returns to exhortations for all believers, no matter their station in life. His teaching on God’s armor does not abruptly change topics but advances his outline of the gospel’s consequences. Actually, the apostle’s use of the word finally in verse 10 indicates that this section is the culmination of all that he has said.

Though Ephesians was written as a summary of Christian doctrine, theological knowledge is never intended merely to satisfy our intellectual curiosity. Paul did not tell us about the gospel and the church’s purpose (Eph. 1–3) so that we could sit back and relax. Instead, he taught us these things that we might obey His will in the Spirit’s power, thereby participating in the kingdom’s expansion (4:1–6:9).

Unless we know the enemy we face and how to defeat him, however, our efforts to live out the gospel are for naught. Scripture lists our main enemies as the world, the flesh, and the Devil (1 John 2:15–17Gal. 5:161 Peter 5:8), all of whom are formidable indeed. Ultimately, however, to fight any of these is to fight the Enemy himself. “We do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against … the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places” (Eph. 6:12). To stand against the world is to stand against the Evil One, the ruler of this fallen world (Matt. 4:8–9). To fight our sinful nature is to battle the one who introduced sin into creation (Gen. 3:1–7). And, of course, to war against the Devil is to fight Satan directly (James 4:7).

The proper equipment with which to fight the Enemy is God’s armor (Eph. 6:13). This armor could be three different things. It could be the armor God supplies to His people, for He strengthens us to live for Him (Ps. 18:31–32). It could be the armor that the Lord wears to battle His foes (Isa. 59:15b–17). Or this armor could be God Himself, as Scripture uses terms such as truth and righteousness, which we wear as armor (Eph. 6:14), to name the Lord (Jer. 23:6John 14:6). Actually, the armor of God likely encompasses all these possibilities, for they are not mutually exclusive. God supplies us with Himself in order to strengthen us against Satan. Standing in Him, we can successfully live out the implications of the gospel.

Ephesians 6:10-18
The Armor of God ] Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes. For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. …
Ephesians 6:9-19 (in Context) Ephesians 6 (Whole Chapter)

  1. 1 Chronicles 10:10
    They put his armor in the temple of their gods and hung up his head in the temple of Dagon.
    1 Chronicles 10:9-11 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Ephesians 6:10
    The Armor of God ] Finally, be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power.
    Ephesians 6:9-11 (in Context) Ephesians 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Ephesians 6:11
    Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes.
    Ephesians 6:10-12 (in Context) Ephesians 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Ephesians 6:13
    Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand.
    Ephesians 6:12-14 (in Context) Ephesians 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ang-ger]  Show IPA noun

1. a strong feeling of displeasure and belligerence aroused by a wrong; wrath; ire.

2. Chiefly British Dialect. pain or smart, as of a sore.

3. Obsolete. grief; trouble.

Ephesians 4:26
“In your anger do not sin” : Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry,
Ephesians 4:25-27 (in Context) Ephesians 4 (Whole Chapter)

  1. Genesis 39:19
    When his master heard the story his wife told him, saying, “This is how your slave treated me,” he burned with anger.
    Genesis 39:18-20 (in Context) Genesis 39 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 49:6
    Let me not enter their council, let me not join their assembly, for they have killed men in their anger and hamstrung oxen as they pleased.
    Genesis 49:5-7 (in Context) Genesis 49 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 49:7
    Cursed be their anger, so fierce, and their fury, so cruel! I will scatter them in Jacob and disperse them in Israel.
    Genesis 49:6-8 (in Context) Genesis 49 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 4:14
    Then the LORD’s anger burned against Moses and he said, “What about your brother, Aaron the Levite? I know he can speak well. He is already on his way to meet you, and he will be glad to see you.
    Exodus 4:13-15 (in Context) Exodus 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Exodus 11:8
    All these officials of yours will come to me, bowing down before me and saying, ‘Go, you and all the people who follow you!’ After that I will leave.” Then Moses, hot with anger, left Pharaoh.
    Exodus 11:7-9 (in Context) Exodus 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Exodus 15:7
    “In the greatness of your majesty you threw down those who opposed you. You unleashed your burning anger; it consumed them like stubble.
    Exodus 15:6-8 (in Context) Exodus 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Exodus 22:24
    My anger will be aroused, and I will kill you with the sword; your wives will become widows and your children fatherless.
    Exodus 22:23-25 (in Context) Exodus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Exodus 32:10
    Now leave me alone so that my anger may burn against them and that I may destroy them. Then I will make you into a great nation.”
    Exodus 32:9-11 (in Context) Exodus 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Exodus 32:11
    But Moses sought the favor of the LORD his God. “LORD,” he said, “why should your anger burn against your people, whom you brought out of Egypt with great power and a mighty hand?
    Exodus 32:10-12 (in Context) Exodus 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Exodus 32:12
    Why should the Egyptians say, ‘It was with evil intent that he brought them out, to kill them in the mountains and to wipe them off the face of the earth’? Turn from your fierce anger; relent and do not bring disaster on your people.
    Exodus 32:11-13 (in Context) Exodus 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[sheeld]  Show IPA noun

1. a broad piece of armor, varying widely in form and size, carried apart from the body, usually on the left arm, as a defense against swords, lances, arrows, etc.

2. a similar device, often of lightweight plastic, used by riot police to protect themselves from rocks and other thrown objects.

3. something shaped like a shield, variously round, octagonal, triangular, or somewhat heart-shaped.

4. a person or thing that protects.

5. a police officer’s, detective’s, or sheriff’s badge.

  1. Genesis 15:1
    The LORD’s Covenant With Abram ] After this, the word of the LORD came to Abram in a vision: “Do not be afraid, Abram. I am your shield, your very great reward. ”
    Genesis 15:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 27:21
    In the tent of meeting, outside the curtain that shields the ark of the covenant law, Aaron and his sons are to keep the lamps burning before the LORD from evening till morning. This is to be a lasting ordinance among the Israelites for the generations to come.
    Exodus 27:20-21 (in Context) Exodus 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 30:6
    Put the altar in front of the curtain that shields the ark of the covenant law—before the atonement cover that is over the tablets of the covenant law—where I will meet with you.
    Exodus 30:5-7 (in Context) Exodus 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 35:12
    the ark with its poles and the atonement cover and the curtain that shields it;
    Exodus 35:11-13 (in Context) Exodus 35 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Exodus 39:34
    the covering of ram skins dyed red and the covering of another durable leather and the shielding curtain;
    Exodus 39:33-35 (in Context) Exodus 39 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Exodus 40:3
    Place the ark of the covenant law in it and shield the ark with the curtain.
    Exodus 40:2-4 (in Context) Exodus 40 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Exodus 40:21
    Then he brought the ark into the tabernacle and hung the shielding curtain and shielded the ark of the covenant law, as the LORD commanded him.
    Exodus 40:20-22 (in Context) Exodus 40 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Leviticus 24:3
    Outside the curtain that shields the ark of the covenant law in the tent of meeting, Aaron is to tend the lamps before the LORD from evening till morning, continually. This is to be a lasting ordinance for the generations to come.
    Leviticus 24:2-4 (in Context) Leviticus 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Numbers 4:5
    When the camp is to move, Aaron and his sons are to go in and take down the shielding curtain and put it over the ark of the covenant law.
    Numbers 4:4-6 (in Context) Numbers 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Deuteronomy 13:8
    do not yield to them or listen to them. Show them no pity. Do not spare them or shield them.
    Deuteronomy 13:7-9 (in Context) Deuteronomy 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[mag-nuh-fahy]  Show IPA verb, mag·ni·fied, mag·ni·fy·ing. verb (used with object)

1. to increase the apparent size of, as a lens does.

2. to make greater in actual size; enlarge: to magnify a drawing in preparing for a fresco.

3. to cause to seem greater or more important; attribute too much importance to; exaggerate: to magnify one’s difficulties.

4. to make more exciting; intensify; dramatize; heighten: The playwright magnified the conflict to get her point across.

5. Archaic. to extol; praise: to magnify the Lord.

Daniel 11:36
The King Who Exalts Himself ] “The king will do as he pleases. He will exalt and magnify himself above every god and will say unheard-of things against the God of gods. He will be successful until the time of wrath is completed, for what has been determined must take place.
Daniel 11:35-37 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations

  1. THANKFULNESS » Magnify God by (Psalms 69:30)
  2. TRUTH » OF GOD » Magnify (Psalms 71:22;138:2)
  3. GOVERNMENT » GOD IN » In magnifying him (1 Chronicles 29:25)



[fawr-seyk]  Show IPA verb (used with object), for·sook, for·sak·en, for·sak·ing.

1. to quit or leave entirely; abandon; desert: She has forsaken her country for an island in the South Pacific.

2. to give up or renounce (a habit, way of life, etc.).

Hebrews 13:5
Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have, because God has said, “Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.”
Hebrews 13:4-6 (in Context) Hebrews 13 (Whole Chapter)

  1. Deuteronomy 31:6
    Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.”
    Deuteronomy 31:5-7 (in Context) Deuteronomy 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Deuteronomy 31:8
    The LORD himself goes before you and will be with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged.”
    Deuteronomy 31:7-9 (in Context) Deuteronomy 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Deuteronomy 31:16
    And the LORD said to Moses: “You are going to rest with your ancestors, and these people will soon prostitute themselves to the foreign gods of the land they are entering. They will forsake me and break the covenant I made with them.
    Deuteronomy 31:15-17 (in Context) Deuteronomy 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Deuteronomy 31:17
    And in that day I will become angry with them and forsake them; I will hide my face from them, and they will be destroyed. Many disasters and calamities will come on them, and in that day they will ask, ‘Have not these disasters come on us because our God is not with us?’
    Deuteronomy 31:16-18 (in Context) Deuteronomy 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Joshua 1:5
    No one will be able to stand against you all the days of your life. As I was with Moses, so I will be with you; I will never leave you nor forsake you.
    Joshua 1:4-6 (in Context) Joshua 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Joshua 24:16
    Then the people answered, “Far be it from us to forsake the LORD to serve other gods!
    Joshua 24:15-17 (in Context) Joshua 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Joshua 24:20
    If you forsake the LORD and serve foreign gods, he will turn and bring disaster on you and make an end of you, after he has been good to you.”
    Joshua 24:19-21 (in Context) Joshua 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Judges 10:13
    But you have forsaken me and served other gods, so I will no longer save you.
    Judges 10:12-14 (in Context) Judges 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 1 Samuel 12:10
    They cried out to the LORD and said, ‘We have sinned; we have forsaken the LORD and served the Baals and the Ashtoreths. But now deliver us from the hands of our enemies, and we will serve you.’
    1 Samuel 12:9-11 (in Context) 1 Samuel 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 1 Kings 8:57
    May the LORD our God be with us as he was with our ancestors; may he never leave us nor forsake us.
    1 Kings 8:56-58 (in Context) 1 Kings 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[kuh-lam-i-tee]  Show IPA noun, plural ca·lam·i·ties.

1. a great misfortune or disaster, as a flood or serious injury.

2. grievous affliction; adversity; misery: the calamity of war.

  1. 2 Samuel 12:11
    “This is what the LORD says: ‘Out of your own household I am going to bring calamity on you. Before your very eyes I will take your wives and give them to one who is close to you, and he will sleep with your wives in broad daylight.
    2 Samuel 12:10-12 (in Context) 2 Samuel 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. 2 Chronicles 20:9
    ‘If calamity comes upon us, whether the sword of judgment, or plague or famine, we will stand in your presence before this temple that bears your Name and will cry out to you in our distress, and you will hear us and save us.’
    2 Chronicles 20:8-10 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Nehemiah 13:18
    Didn’t your ancestors do the same things, so that our God brought all this calamity on us and on this city? Now you are stirring up more wrath against Israel by desecrating the Sabbath.”
    Nehemiah 13:17-19 (in Context) Nehemiah 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Job 18:12
    Calamity is hungry for him; disaster is ready for him when he falls.
    Job 18:11-13 (in Context) Job 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Job 21:17
    “Yet how often is the lamp of the wicked snuffed out? How often does calamity come upon them, the fate God allots in his anger?
    Job 21:16-18 (in Context) Job 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Job 21:30
    that the wicked are spared from the day of calamity, that they are delivered from the day of wrath?
    Job 21:29-31 (in Context) Job 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Psalm 107:39
    Then their numbers decreased, and they were humbled by oppression, calamity and sorrow;
    Psalm 107:38-40 (in Context) Psalm 107 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Proverbs 1:26
    I in turn will laugh when disaster strikes you; I will mock when calamity overtakes you—
    Proverbs 1:25-27 (in Context) Proverbs 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Proverbs 1:27
    when calamity overtakes you like a storm, when disaster sweeps over you like a whirlwind, when distress and trouble overwhelm you.
    Proverbs 1:26-28 (in Context) Proverbs 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Proverbs 14:32
    When calamity comes, the wicked are brought down, but even in death the righteous seek refuge in God.
    Proverbs 14:31-33 (in Context) Proverbs 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[in-fur-mi-tee]  Show IPA noun, plural in·fir·mi·ties for 1, 3.

1. a physical weakness or ailment: the infirmities of age.

2. quality or state of being infirm; lack of strength.

3. a moral weakness or failing.

Luke 13:12
When Jesus saw her, he called her forward and said to her, “Woman, you are set free from your infirmity.”
Luke 13:11-13 (in Context) Luke 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations

  2. GLORIFYING GOD » EXEMPLIFIED » The woman with infirmity (Luke 13:13)
  3. OTHER SCRIPTURES RELATING TO HIS MESSIAHSHIP » MIRACLES OF » The woman with the spirit of infirmity cured (Luke 13:10-17)
  4. MIRACLES » OF JESUS, IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER » Heals the woman with the spirit of infirmity (Luke 13:10-17)



[hyoo-mil-i-tee or, often, yoo-]  Show IPA noun

the quality or condition of being humble;  modest opinion or estimate of one’s own importance, rank, etc.

  1. Psalm 45:4
    In your majesty ride forth victoriously in the cause of truth, humility and justice; let your right hand achieve awesome deeds.
    Psalm 45:3-5 (in Context) Psalm 45 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Proverbs 11:2
    When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with humility comes wisdom.
    Proverbs 11:1-3 (in Context) Proverbs 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Proverbs 15:33
    Wisdom’s instruction is to fear the LORD, and humility comes before honor.
    Proverbs 15:32-33 (in Context) Proverbs 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Proverbs 18:12
    Before a downfall the heart is haughty, but humility comes before honor.
    Proverbs 18:11-13 (in Context) Proverbs 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Proverbs 22:4
    Humility is the fear of the LORD; its wages are riches and honor and life.
    Proverbs 22:3-5 (in Context) Proverbs 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Zephaniah 2:3
    Seek the LORD, all you humble of the land, you who do what he commands. Seek righteousness, seek humility; perhaps you will be sheltered on the day of the LORD’s anger.
    Zephaniah 2:2-4 (in Context) Zephaniah 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Acts 20:19
    I served the Lord with great humility and with tears and in the midst of severe testing by the plots of my Jewish opponents.
    Acts 20:18-20 (in Context) Acts 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 2 Corinthians 10:1
    Paul’s Defense of His Ministry ] By the humility and gentleness of Christ, I appeal to you—I, Paul, who am “timid” when face to face with you, but “bold” toward you when away!
    2 Corinthians 10:1-3 (in Context) 2 Corinthians 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Philippians 2:1
    Imitating Christ’s Humility ] Therefore if you have any encouragement from being united with Christ, if any comfort from his love, if any common sharing in the Spirit, if any tenderness and compassion,
    Philippians 2:1-3 (in Context) Philippians 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Philippians 2:3
    Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit. Rather, in humility value others above yourselves,
    Philippians 2:2-4 (in Context) Philippians 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[sted-fast, -fahst, -fuhst]  Show IPA adjective

1. fixed in direction; steadily directed: a steadfast gaze.

2. firm in purpose, resolution, faith, attachment, etc., as a person: a steadfast friend.

3. unwavering, as resolution, faith, adherence, etc.

4. firmly established, as an institution or a state of affairs.

5. firmly fixed in place or position.

  1. 2 Chronicles 27:6
    Jotham grew powerful because he walked steadfastly before the LORD his God.
    2 Chronicles 27:5-7 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Psalm 51:10
    Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me.
    Psalm 51:9-11 (in Context) Psalm 51 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Psalm 57:7
    My heart, O God, is steadfast, my heart is steadfast; I will sing and make music.
    Psalm 57:6-8 (in Context) Psalm 57 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Psalm 108:1
    Psalm 108 ] A song. A psalm of David. My heart, O God, is steadfast; I will sing and make music with all my soul.
    Psalm 108:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 108 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Psalm 112:7
    They will have no fear of bad news; their hearts are steadfast, trusting in the LORD.
    Psalm 112:6-8 (in Context) Psalm 112 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Psalm 119:5
    Oh, that my ways were steadfast in obeying your decrees!
    Psalm 119:4-6 (in Context) Psalm 119 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Proverbs 4:26
    Give careful thought to the paths for your feet and be steadfast in all your ways.
    Proverbs 4:25-27 (in Context) Proverbs 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Isaiah 26:3
    You will keep in perfect peace those whose minds are steadfast, because they trust in you.
    Isaiah 26:2-4 (in Context) Isaiah 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Philippians 4:1
    Closing Appeal for Steadfastness and Unity ] Therefore, my brothers and sisters, you whom I love and long for, my joy and crown, stand firm in the Lord in this way, dear friends!
    Philippians 4:1-3 (in Context) Philippians 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 1 Peter 5:10
    And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast.
    1 Peter 5:9-11 (in Context) 1 Peter 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[oh-bey]  Show IPA verb (used with object)

1. to comply with or follow the commands, restrictions, wishes, or instructions of: to obey one’s parents.

2. to comply with or follow (a command, restriction, wish, instruction, etc.).

3. (of things) to respond conformably in action to: The car obeyed the slightest touch of the steering wheel.

4. to submit or conform in action to (some guiding principle, impulse, one’s conscience, etc.).

  1. Genesis 22:18
    and through your offspring all nations on earth will be blessed, because you have obeyed me.”
    Genesis 22:17-19 (in Context) Genesis 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 26:5
    because Abraham obeyed me and did everything I required of him, keeping my commands, my decrees and my instructions.”
    Genesis 26:4-6 (in Context) Genesis 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 28:7
    and that Jacob had obeyed his father and mother and had gone to Paddan Aram.
    Genesis 28:6-8 (in Context) Genesis 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 5:2
    Pharaoh said, “Who is the LORD, that I should obey him and let Israel go? I do not know the LORD and I will not let Israel go.”
    Exodus 5:1-3 (in Context) Exodus 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Exodus 12:24
    Obey these instructions as a lasting ordinance for you and your descendants.
    Exodus 12:23-25 (in Context) Exodus 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Exodus 19:5
    Now if you obey me fully and keep my covenant, then out of all nations you will be my treasured possession. Although the whole earth is mine,
    Exodus 19:4-6 (in Context) Exodus 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Exodus 24:7
    Then he took the Book of the Covenant and read it to the people. They responded, “We will do everything the LORD has said; we will obey.”
    Exodus 24:6-8 (in Context) Exodus 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Exodus 34:11
    Obey what I command you today. I will drive out before you the Amorites, Canaanites, Hittites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites.
    Exodus 34:10-12 (in Context) Exodus 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Leviticus 18:4
    You must obey my laws and be careful to follow my decrees. I am the LORD your God.
    Leviticus 18:3-5 (in Context) Leviticus 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Leviticus 18:5
    Keep my decrees and laws, for the person who obeys them will live by them. I am the LORD.
    Leviticus 18:4-6 (in Context) Leviticus 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[seek]  Show IPA verb, sought, seek·ing. verb (used with object)

1. to go in search or quest of: to seek the truth.

2. to try to find or discover by searching or questioning: to seek the solution to a problem.

3. to try to obtain: to seek fame.

4. to try or attempt (usually followed by an infinitive): to seek to convince a person.

5. to go to: to seek a place to rest.

6. to ask for; request: to seek advice.

7 Archaic. to search or explore.

  1. Exodus 18:15
    Moses answered him, “Because the people come to me to seek God’s will.
    Exodus 18:14-16 (in Context) Exodus 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Leviticus 19:18
    “‘Do not seek revenge or bear a grudge against anyone among your people, but love your neighbor as yourself. I am the LORD.
    Leviticus 19:17-19 (in Context) Leviticus 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Leviticus 19:26
    “‘Do not eat any meat with the blood still in it. “‘Do not practice divination or seek omens.
    Leviticus 19:25-27 (in Context) Leviticus 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Leviticus 19:31
    “‘Do not turn to mediums or seek out spiritists, for you will be defiled by them. I am the LORD your God.
    Leviticus 19:30-32 (in Context) Leviticus 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Deuteronomy 4:29
    But if from there you seek the LORD your God, you will find him if you seek him with all your heart and with all your soul.
    Deuteronomy 4:28-30 (in Context) Deuteronomy 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Deuteronomy 12:5
    But you are to seek the place the LORD your God will choose from among all your tribes to put his Name there for his dwelling. To that place you must go;
    Deuteronomy 12:4-6 (in Context) Deuteronomy 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Deuteronomy 23:6
    Do not seek a treaty of friendship with them as long as you live.
    Deuteronomy 23:5-7 (in Context) Deuteronomy 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Judges 14:4
    (His parents did not know that this was from the LORD, who was seeking an occasion to confront the Philistines; for at that time they were ruling over Israel.)
    Judges 14:3-5 (in Context) Judges 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Judges 18:1
    The Danites Settle in Laish ] In those days Israel had no king. And in those days the tribe of the Danites was seeking a place of their own where they might settle, because they had not yet come into an inheritance among the tribes of Israel.
    Judges 18:1-3 (in Context) Judges 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 2 Samuel 17:3
    and bring all the people back to you. The death of the man you seek will mean the return of all; all the people will be unharmed.”
    2 Samuel 17:2-4 (in Context) 2 Samuel 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[glawr-ee, glohr-ee]  Show IPA noun, plural glo·ries,

1. very great praise, honor, or distinction bestowed by common consent; renown: to win glory on the field of battle.

2. something that is a source of honor, fame, or admiration; a distinguished ornament or an object of pride: a sonnet that is one of the glories of English poetry.

3. adoring praise or worshipful thanksgiving: Give glory to God.

4. resplendent beauty or magnificence: the glory of autumn.

5. a state of great splendor, magnificence, or prosperity.

6. a state of absolute happiness, gratification, contentment, etc.: She was in her glory when her horse won the Derby.

7. the splendor and bliss of heaven; heaven.

8. a ring, circle, or surrounding radiance of light represented about the head or the whole figure of a sacred person, as Christ or a saint; a halo, nimbus, or aureole.

9. anticorona.

  1. Exodus 14:4
    And I will harden Pharaoh’s heart, and he will pursue them. But I will gain glory for myself through Pharaoh and all his army, and the Egyptians will know that I am the LORD.” So the Israelites did this.
    Exodus 14:3-5 (in Context) Exodus 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 14:17
    I will harden the hearts of the Egyptians so that they will go in after them. And I will gain glory through Pharaoh and all his army, through his chariots and his horsemen.
    Exodus 14:16-18 (in Context) Exodus 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 14:18
    The Egyptians will know that I am the LORD when I gain glory through Pharaoh, his chariots and his horsemen.”
    Exodus 14:17-19 (in Context) Exodus 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 15:11
    Who among the gods is like you, LORD? Who is like you— majestic in holiness, awesome in glory, working wonders?
    Exodus 15:10-12 (in Context) Exodus 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Exodus 16:7
    and in the morning you will see the glory of the LORD, because he has heard your grumbling against him. Who are we, that you should grumble against us?”
    Exodus 16:6-8 (in Context) Exodus 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Exodus 16:10
    While Aaron was speaking to the whole Israelite community, they looked toward the desert, and there was the glory of the LORD appearing in the cloud.
    Exodus 16:9-11 (in Context) Exodus 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Exodus 24:16
    and the glory of the LORD settled on Mount Sinai. For six days the cloud covered the mountain, and on the seventh day the LORD called to Moses from within the cloud.
    Exodus 24:15-17 (in Context) Exodus 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Exodus 24:17
    To the Israelites the glory of the LORD looked like a consuming fire on top of the mountain.
    Exodus 24:16-18 (in Context) Exodus 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Exodus 29:43
    there also I will meet with the Israelites, and the place will be consecrated by my glory.
    Exodus 29:42-44 (in Context) Exodus 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Exodus 33:12
    Moses and the Glory of the LORD ] Moses said to the LORD, “You have been telling me, ‘Lead these people,’ but you have not let me know whom you will send with me. You have said, ‘I know you by name and you have found favor with me.’
    Exodus 33:11-13 (in Context) Exodus 33 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[res-ti-too-shuhn, -tyoo-]  Show IPA noun

1. reparation made by giving an equivalent or compensation for loss, damage, or injury caused; indemnification.

2. the restoration of property or rights previously taken away, conveyed, or surrendered.

3. restoration to the former or original state or position.

4. Physics. the return to an original physical condition, especially after elastic deformation.

  1. Exodus 22:3
    but if it happens after sunrise, the defender is guilty of bloodshed. “Anyone who steals must certainly make restitution, but if they have nothing, they must be sold to pay for their theft.
    Exodus 22:2-4 (in Context) Exodus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 22:5
    “If anyone grazes their livestock in a field or vineyard and lets them stray and they graze in someone else’s field, the offender must make restitution from the best of their own field or vineyard.
    Exodus 22:4-6 (in Context) Exodus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 22:6
    “If a fire breaks out and spreads into thorn bushes so that it burns shocks of grain or standing grain or the whole field, the one who started the fire must make restitution.
    Exodus 22:5-7 (in Context) Exodus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 22:11
    the issue between them will be settled by the taking of an oath before the LORD that the neighbor did not lay hands on the other person’s property. The owner is to accept this, and no restitution is required.
    Exodus 22:10-12 (in Context) Exodus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Exodus 22:12
    But if the animal was stolen from the neighbor, restitution must be made to the owner.
    Exodus 22:11-13 (in Context) Exodus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Exodus 22:14
    “If anyone borrows an animal from their neighbor and it is injured or dies while the owner is not present, they must make restitution.
    Exodus 22:13-15 (in Context) Exodus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Leviticus 5:16
    They must make restitution for what they have failed to do in regard to the holy things, pay an additional penalty of a fifth of its value and give it all to the priest. The priest will make atonement for them with the ram as a guilt offering, and they will be forgiven.
    Leviticus 5:15-17 (in Context) Leviticus 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Leviticus 6:5
    or whatever it was they swore falsely about. They must make restitution in full, add a fifth of the value to it and give it all to the owner on the day they present their guilt offering.
    Leviticus 6:4-6 (in Context) Leviticus 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Leviticus 22:14
    “‘Anyone who eats a sacred offering by mistake must make restitution to the priest for the offering and add a fifth of the value to it.
    Leviticus 22:13-15 (in Context) Leviticus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Leviticus 24:18
    Anyone who takes the life of someone’s animal must make restitution—life for life.
    Leviticus 24:17-19 (in Context) Leviticus 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[rev-er-uhns, rev-ruhns]  Show IPA noun, verb, rev·er·enced, rev·er·enc·ing. noun

1. a feeling or attitude of deep respect tinged with awe; veneration.

2. the outward manifestation of this feeling: to pay reverence.

3. a gesture indicative of deep respect; an obeisance, bow, or curtsy.

4. the state of being revered.

5. ( initial capital letter ) a title used in addressing or mentioning a member of the clergy (usually preceded by your or his ).

  1. Leviticus 19:30
    “‘Observe my Sabbaths and have reverence for my sanctuary. I am the LORD.
    Leviticus 19:29-31 (in Context) Leviticus 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Leviticus 26:2
    “‘Observe my Sabbaths and have reverence for my sanctuary. I am the LORD.
    Leviticus 26:1-3 (in Context) Leviticus 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Joshua 5:14
    “Neither,” he replied, “but as commander of the army of the LORD I have now come.” Then Joshua fell face down to the ground in reverence, and asked him, “What message does my Lord have for his servant?”
    Joshua 5:13-15 (in Context) Joshua 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Nehemiah 5:15
    But the earlier governors—those preceding me—placed a heavy burden on the people and took forty shekels of silver from them in addition to food and wine. Their assistants also lorded it over the people. But out of reverence for God I did not act like that.
    Nehemiah 5:14-16 (in Context) Nehemiah 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Psalm 5:7
    But I, by your great love, can come into your house; in reverence I bow down toward your holy temple.
    Psalm 5:6-8 (in Context) Psalm 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Psalm 130:4
    But with you there is forgiveness, so that we can, with reverence, serve you.
    Psalm 130:3-5 (in Context) Psalm 130 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Jeremiah 44:10
    To this day they have not humbled themselves or shown reverence, nor have they followed my law and the decrees I set before you and your ancestors.
    Jeremiah 44:9-11 (in Context) Jeremiah 44 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Daniel 6:26
    “I issue a decree that in every part of my kingdom people must fear and reverence the God of Daniel. “For he is the living God and he endures forever; his kingdom will not be destroyed, his dominion will never end.
    Daniel 6:25-27 (in Context) Daniel 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Malachi 2:5
    “My covenant was with him, a covenant of life and peace, and I gave them to him; this called for reverence and he revered me and stood in awe of my name.
    Malachi 2:4-6 (in Context) Malachi 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Acts 10:25
    As Peter entered the house, Cornelius met him and fell at his feet in reverence.
    Acts 10:24-26 (in Context) Acts 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[v. in-krees; n. in-krees]  Show IPA verb, in·creased, in·creas·ing, noun verb (used with object)

1. to make greater, as in number, size, strength, or quality; augment; add to: to increase taxes.

  1. Genesis 1:22
    God blessed them and said, “Be fruitful and increase in number and fill the water in the seas, and let the birds increase on the earth.”
    Genesis 1:21-23 (in Context) Genesis 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 1:28
    God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky and over every living creature that moves on the ground.”
    Genesis 1:27-29 (in Context) Genesis 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 6:1
    Wickedness in the World ] When human beings began to increase in number on the earth and daughters were born to them,
    Genesis 6:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 7:17
    For forty days the flood kept coming on the earth, and as the waters increased they lifted the ark high above the earth.
    Genesis 7:16-18 (in Context) Genesis 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 7:18
    The waters rose and increased greatly on the earth, and the ark floated on the surface of the water.
    Genesis 7:17-19 (in Context) Genesis 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Genesis 8:17
    Bring out every kind of living creature that is with you—the birds, the animals, and all the creatures that move along the ground—so they can multiply on the earth and be fruitful and increase in number on it.”
    Genesis 8:16-18 (in Context) Genesis 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Genesis 9:1
    God’s Covenant With Noah ] Then God blessed Noah and his sons, saying to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number and fill the earth.
    Genesis 9:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Genesis 9:7
    As for you, be fruitful and increase in number; multiply on the earth and increase upon it.”
    Genesis 9:6-8 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Genesis 16:10
    The angel added, “I will increase your descendants so much that they will be too numerous to count.”
    Genesis 16:9-11 (in Context) Genesis 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Genesis 17:2
    Then I will make my covenant between me and you and will greatly increase your numbers.”
    Genesis 17:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[med-i-teyt]  Show IPA verb, med·i·tat·ed, med·i·tat·ing. verb (used without object)

1. to engage in thought or contemplation; reflect.

2. to engage in transcendental meditation, devout religious contemplation, or quiescent spiritual introspection.

  1. Genesis 24:63
    He went out to the field one evening to meditate, and as he looked up, he saw camels approaching.
    Genesis 24:62-64 (in Context) Genesis 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Joshua 1:8
    Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful.
    Joshua 1:7-9 (in Context) Joshua 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Psalm 1:2
    but whose delight is in the law of the LORD, and who meditates on his law day and night.
    Psalm 1:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Psalm 39:3
    my heart grew hot within me. While I meditated, the fire burned; then I spoke with my tongue:
    Psalm 39:2-4 (in Context) Psalm 39 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Psalm 48:9
    Within your temple, O God, we meditate on your unfailing love.
    Psalm 48:8-10 (in Context) Psalm 48 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Psalm 77:3
    I remembered you, God, and I groaned; I meditated, and my spirit grew faint.
    Psalm 77:2-4 (in Context) Psalm 77 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Psalm 77:6
    I remembered my songs in the night. My heart meditated and my spirit asked:
    Psalm 77:5-7 (in Context) Psalm 77 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Psalm 77:12
    I will consider all your works and meditate on all your mighty deeds.”
    Psalm 77:11-13 (in Context) Psalm 77 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Psalm 119:15
    meditate on your precepts and consider your ways.
    Psalm 119:14-16 (in Context) Psalm 119 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Psalm 119:23
    Though rulers sit together and slander me, your servant will meditate on your decrees.
    Psalm 119:22-24 (in Context) Psalm 119 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[veyn]  Show IPA adjective, vain·er, vain·est.

1. excessively proud of or concerned about one’s own appearance, qualities, achievements, etc.; conceited: a vain dandy.

2. proceeding from or showing personal vanity: vain remarks.

3. ineffectual or unsuccessful; futile: a vain effort.

4. without real significance, value, or importance; baseless or worthless: vain pageantry; vain display.

5. Archaic. senseless or foolish.

  1. Leviticus 26:16
    then I will do this to you: I will bring on you sudden terror, wasting diseases and fever that will destroy your sight and sap your strength. You will plant seed in vain, because your enemies will eat it.
    Leviticus 26:15-17 (in Context) Leviticus 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Leviticus 26:20
    Your strength will be spent in vain, because your soil will not yield its crops, nor will the trees of your land yield their fruit.
    Leviticus 26:19-21 (in Context) Leviticus 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Job 3:9
    May its morning stars become dark; may it wait for daylight in vain and not see the first rays of dawn,
    Job 3:8-10 (in Context) Job 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Job 9:29
    Since I am already found guilty, why should I struggle in vain?
    Job 9:28-30 (in Context) Job 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Job 24:1
    “Why does the Almighty not set times for judgment? Why must those who know him look in vain for such days?
    Job 24:1-3 (in Context) Job 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Job 39:16
    She treats her young harshly, as if they were not hers; she cares not that her labor was in vain,
    Job 39:15-17 (in Context) Job 39 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Psalm 2:1
    Why do the nations conspire and the peoples plot in vain?
    Psalm 2:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Psalm 33:17
    A horse is a vain hope for deliverance; despite all its great strength it cannot save.
    Psalm 33:16-18 (in Context) Psalm 33 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Psalm 39:6
    “Surely everyone goes around like a mere phantom; in vain they rush about, heaping up wealth without knowing whose it will finally be.
    Psalm 39:5-7 (in Context) Psalm 39 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Psalm 62:10
    Do not trust in extortion or put vain hope in stolen goods; though your riches increase, do not set your heart on them.
    Psalm 62:9-11 (in Context) Psalm 62 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[prood-nt]  Show IPA adjective

1. wise or judicious in practical affairs; sagacious; discreet or circumspect; sober.

2. careful in providing for the future; provident: a prudent decision.

  1. Proverbs 1:3
    for receiving instruction in prudent behavior, doing what is right and just and fair;
    Proverbs 1:2-4 (in Context) Proverbs 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Proverbs 10:5
    He who gathers crops in summer is a prudent son, but he who sleeps during harvest is a disgraceful son.
    Proverbs 10:4-6 (in Context) Proverbs 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Proverbs 10:19
    Sin is not ended by multiplying words, but the prudent hold their tongues.
    Proverbs 10:18-20 (in Context) Proverbs 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Proverbs 12:16
    Fools show their annoyance at once, but the prudent overlook an insult.
    Proverbs 12:15-17 (in Context) Proverbs 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Proverbs 12:23
    The prudent keep their knowledge to themselves, but a fool’s heart blurts out folly.
    Proverbs 12:22-24 (in Context) Proverbs 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Proverbs 13:16
    All who are prudent act with knowledge, but fools expose their folly.
    Proverbs 13:15-17 (in Context) Proverbs 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Proverbs 14:8
    The wisdom of the prudent is to give thought to their ways, but the folly of fools is deception.
    Proverbs 14:7-9 (in Context) Proverbs 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Proverbs 14:15
    The simple believe anything, but the prudent give thought to their steps.
    Proverbs 14:14-16 (in Context) Proverbs 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Proverbs 14:18
    The simple inherit folly, but the prudent are crowned with knowledge.
    Proverbs 14:17-19 (in Context) Proverbs 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Proverbs 15:24
    The path of life leads upward for the prudent to keep them from going down to the realm of the dead.



[dih-skresh-uhn]  Show IPA noun

1. the power or right to decide or act according to one’s own judgment; freedom of judgment or choice: It is entirely within my discretion whether I will go or stay.

2. the quality of being discreet, especially with reference to one’s own actions or speech; prudence or decorum: Throwing all discretion to the winds, he blurted out the truth.

  1. 1 Chronicles 22:12
    May the LORD give you discretion and understanding when he puts you in command over Israel, so that you may keep the law of the LORD your God.
    1 Chronicles 22:11-13 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Proverbs 1:4
    for giving prudence to those who are simple, knowledge and discretion to the young—
    Proverbs 1:3-5 (in Context) Proverbs 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Proverbs 2:11
    Discretion will protect you, and understanding will guard you.
    Proverbs 2:10-12 (in Context) Proverbs 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Proverbs 3:21
    My son, do not let wisdom and understanding out of your sight, preserve sound judgment and discretion;
    Proverbs 3:20-22 (in Context) Proverbs 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Proverbs 5:2
    that you may maintain discretion and your lips may preserve knowledge.
    Proverbs 5:1-3 (in Context) Proverbs 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Proverbs 8:12
    “I, wisdom, dwell together with prudence; I possess knowledge and discretion.
    Proverbs 8:11-13 (in Context) Proverbs 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Proverbs 11:22
    Like a gold ring in a pig’s snout is a beautiful woman who shows no discretion.
    Proverbs 11:21-23 (in Context) Proverbs 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[pruh-moht]  Show IPA verb (used with object), pro·mot·ed, pro·mot·ing.

1. to help or encourage to exist or flourish; further: to promote world peace.

2. to advance in rank, dignity, position, etc. ( opposed to demote).

3. Education. to put ahead to the next higher stage or grade of a course or series of classes.

4. to aid in organizing (business undertakings).

5. to encourage the sales, acceptance, etc., of (a product), especially through advertising or other publicity.

6. Informal. to obtain (something) by cunning or trickery; wangle.

  1. 2 Chronicles 28:19
    The LORD had humbled Judah because of Ahaz king of Israel, for he had promoted wickedness in Judah and had been most unfaithful to the LORD.
    2 Chronicles 28:18-20 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Nehemiah 2:10
    When Sanballat the Horonite and Tobiah the Ammonite official heard about this, they were very much disturbed that someone had come to promote the welfare of the Israelites.
    Nehemiah 2:9-11 (in Context) Nehemiah 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Esther 10:2
    And all his acts of power and might, together with a full account of the greatness of Mordecai, whom the king had promoted, are they not written in the book of the annals of the kings of Media and Persia?
    Esther 10:1-3 (in Context) Esther 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Proverbs 12:20
    Deceit is in the hearts of those who plot evil, but those who promote peace have joy.
    Proverbs 12:19-21 (in Context) Proverbs 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Proverbs 16:21
    The wise in heart are called discerning, and gracious words promote instruction.
    Proverbs 16:20-22 (in Context) Proverbs 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Proverbs 16:23
    The hearts of the wise make their mouths prudent, and their lips promote instruction.
    Proverbs 16:22-24 (in Context) Proverbs 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Jeremiah 5:28
    and have grown fat and sleek. Their evil deeds have no limit; they do not seek justice. They do not promote the case of the fatherless; they do not defend the just cause of the poor.
    Jeremiah 5:27-29 (in Context) Jeremiah 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Daniel 3:30
    Then the king promoted Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego in the province of Babylon.
    Daniel 3:29-30 (in Context) Daniel 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Daniel 5:19
    Because of the high position he gave him, all the nations and peoples of every language dreaded and feared him. Those the king wanted to put to death, he put to death; those he wanted to spare, he spared; those he wanted to promote, he promoted; and those he wanted to humble, he humbled.
    Daniel 5:18-20 (in Context) Daniel 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Habakkuk 1:7
    They are a feared and dreaded people; they are a law to themselves and promote their own honor.
    Habakkuk 1:6-8 (in Context) Habakkuk 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[kuhn-tempt]  Show IPA noun

1. the feeling with which a person regards anything considered mean, vile, or

worthless; disdain; scorn.

2. the state of being despised; dishonor; disgrace.

3. Law.

a. willful disobedience to or open disrespect for the rules or orders of a court (contempt of court) or legislative body.

b. an act showing such disrespect.

  1. Leviticus 22:9
    “‘The priests are to perform my service in such a way that they do not become guilty and die for treating it with contempt. I am the LORD, who makes them holy.
    Leviticus 22:8-10 (in Context) Leviticus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Numbers 14:11
    The LORD said to Moses, “How long will these people treat me with contempt? How long will they refuse to believe in me, in spite of all the signs I have performed among them?
    Numbers 14:10-12 (in Context) Numbers 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Numbers 14:23
    not one of them will ever see the land I promised on oath to their ancestors. No one who has treated me with contempt will ever see it.
    Numbers 14:22-24 (in Context) Numbers 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Numbers 16:30
    But if the LORD brings about something totally new, and the earth opens its mouth and swallows them, with everything that belongs to them, and they go down alive into the realm of the dead, then you will know that these men have treated the LORD with contempt.”
    Numbers 16:29-31 (in Context) Numbers 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Deuteronomy 17:12
    Anyone who shows contempt for the judge or for the priest who stands ministering there to the LORD your God is to be put to death. You must purge the evil from Israel.
    Deuteronomy 17:11-13 (in Context) Deuteronomy 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Deuteronomy 17:13
    All the people will hear and be afraid, and will not be contemptuous again.
    Deuteronomy 17:12-14 (in Context) Deuteronomy 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 1 Samuel 2:17
    This sin of the young men was very great in the LORD’s sight, for they were treating the LORD’s offering with contempt.
    1 Samuel 2:16-18 (in Context) 1 Samuel 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 1 Samuel 25:39
    When David heard that Nabal was dead, he said, “Praise be to the LORD, who has upheld my cause against Nabal for treating me with contempt. He has kept his servant from doing wrong and has brought Nabal’s wrongdoing down on his own head.” Then David sent word to Abigail, asking her to become his wife.
    1 Samuel 25:38-40 (in Context) 1 Samuel 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 2 Samuel 12:14
    But because by doing this you have shown utter contempt for the LORD, the son born to you will die.”
    2 Samuel 12:13-15 (in Context) 2 Samuel 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 2 Samuel 19:43
    Then the men of Israel answered the men of Judah, “We have ten shares in the king; so we have a greater claim on David than you have. Why then do you treat us with contempt? Weren’t we the first to speak of bringing back our king?” But the men of Judah pressed their claims even more forcefully than the men of Israel.
    2 Samuel 19:42-43 (in Context) 2 Samuel 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[kuhv-uh-nuhnt]  Show IPA noun

1. an agreement, usually formal, between two or more persons to do or not do something specified.

2. Law. an incidental clause in such an agreement.

3. Ecclesiastical. a solemn agreement between the members of a church to act together in harmony with the precepts of the gospel.

4. ( initial capital letter ) History/Historical .

a. National Covenant.

b. Solemn League and Covenant.

5. Bible.

a. the conditional promises made to humanity by God, as revealed in Scripture.

b. the agreement between God and the ancient Israelites, in which God promised to protect them if they kept His law and were faithful to Him.

6. Law.

a. a formal agreement of legal validity, especially one under seal.

b. an early English form of action in suits involving sealed contracts.

7. Covenant of the League of Nations.

  1. Genesis 6:18
    But I will establish my covenant with you, and you will enter the ark—you and your sons and your wife and your sons’ wives with you.
    Genesis 6:17-19 (in Context) Genesis 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 9:1
    God’s Covenant With Noah ] Then God blessed Noah and his sons, saying to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number and fill the earth.
    Genesis 9:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 9:9
    “I now establish my covenant with you and with your descendants after you
    Genesis 9:8-10 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 9:11
    I establish my covenant with you: Never again will all life be destroyed by the waters of a flood; never again will there be a flood to destroy the earth.”
    Genesis 9:10-12 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 9:12
    And God said, “This is the sign of the covenant I am making between me and you and every living creature with you, a covenant for all generations to come:
    Genesis 9:11-13 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Genesis 9:13
    I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth.
    Genesis 9:12-14 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Genesis 9:15
    I will remember my covenant between me and you and all living creatures of every kind. Never again will the waters become a flood to destroy all life.
    Genesis 9:14-16 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Genesis 9:16
    Whenever the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and all living creatures of every kind on the earth.”
    Genesis 9:15-17 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Genesis 9:17
    So God said to Noah, “This is the sign of the covenant I have established between me and all life on the earth.”
    Genesis 9:16-18 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Genesis 15:1
    The LORD’s Covenant With Abram ] After this, the word of the LORD came to Abram in a vision: “Do not be afraid, Abram. I am your shield, your very great reward. ”
    Genesis 15:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[dih-liv-er]  Show IPA verb (used with object)

1. to carry and turn over (letters, goods, etc.) to the intended recipient or recipients: to deliver mail; to deliver a package.

2. to give into another’s possession or keeping; surrender: to deliver a prisoner to the police; to deliver a bond.

3. to bring (votes) to the support of a candidate or a cause.

4. to give forth in words; utter or pronounce: to deliver a verdict; to deliver a speech.

5. to give forth or emit: The oil well delivers 500 barrels a day.

6. to strike or throw: to deliver a blow.

7. to set free or liberate: The Israelites were delivered from bondage.

8. to release or save: Deliver me from such tiresome people!

9. to assist (a female) in bringing forth young: The doctor delivered her of twins.

10. to assist at the birth of: The doctor delivered the baby.

11. to give birth to: She delivered twins at 4 a.m.

12. to disburden (oneself) of thoughts, opinions, etc.

13. to make known; assert.

  1. Judges 3:9
    But when they cried out to the LORD, he raised up for them a deliverer, Othniel son of Kenaz, Caleb’s younger brother, who saved them.
    Judges 3:8-10 (in Context) Judges 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Judges 3:15
    Again the Israelites cried out to the LORD, and he gave them a deliverer—Ehud, a left-handed man, the son of Gera the Benjamite. The Israelites sent him with tribute to Eglon king of Moab.
    Judges 3:14-16 (in Context) Judges 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 2 Samuel 22:2
    He said: “The LORD is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer;
    2 Samuel 22:1-3 (in Context) 2 Samuel 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 2 Kings 13:5
    The LORD provided a deliverer for Israel, and they escaped from the power of Aram. So the Israelites lived in their own homes as they had before.
    2 Kings 13:4-6 (in Context) 2 Kings 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Nehemiah 9:27
    So you delivered them into the hands of their enemies, who oppressed them. But when they were oppressed they cried out to you. From heaven you heard them, and in your great compassion you gave them deliverers, who rescued them from the hand of their enemies.
    Nehemiah 9:26-28 (in Context) Nehemiah 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Psalm 18:2
    The LORD is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold.
    Psalm 18:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Psalm 40:17
    But as for me, I am poor and needy; may the Lord think of me. You are my help and my deliverer; you are my God, do not delay.
    Psalm 40:16-17 (in Context) Psalm 40 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Psalm 70:5
    But as for me, I am poor and needy; come quickly to me, O God. You are my help and my deliverer; LORD, do not delay.
    Psalm 70:4-5 (in Context) Psalm 70 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Psalm 140:7
    Sovereign LORD, my strong deliverer, you shield my head in the day of battle.
    Psalm 140:6-8 (in Context) Psalm 140 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Psalm 144:2
    He is my loving God and my fortress, my stronghold and my deliverer, my shield, in whom I take refuge, who subdues peoples under me.
    Psalm 144:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 144 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[in-struhk-shuhn]  Show IPA noun

1 .the act or practice of instructing  or teaching; education.

2. knowledge or information imparted.

3. an item of such knowledge or information.

4. Usually, instructions. orders or directions: The instructions are on the back of the box.

5. the act of furnishing with authoritative directions.

  1. Genesis 26:5
    because Abraham obeyed me and did everything I required of him, keeping my commands, my decrees and my instructions.”
    Genesis 26:4-6 (in Context) Genesis 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 44:1
    A Silver Cup in a Sack ] Now Joseph gave these instructions to the steward of his house: “Fill the men’s sacks with as much food as they can carry, and put each man’s silver in the mouth of his sack.
    Genesis 44:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 44 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 49:29
    The Death of Jacob ] Then he gave them these instructions: “I am about to be gathered to my people. Bury me with my fathers in the cave in the field of Ephron the Hittite,
    Genesis 49:28-30 (in Context) Genesis 49 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 49:33
    When Jacob had finished giving instructions to his sons, he drew his feet up into the bed, breathed his last and was gathered to his people.
    Genesis 49:32-33 (in Context) Genesis 49 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 50:16
    So they sent word to Joseph, saying, “Your father left these instructions before he died:
    Genesis 50:15-17 (in Context) Genesis 50 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Exodus 12:24
    “Obey these instructions as a lasting ordinance for you and your descendants.
    Exodus 12:23-25 (in Context) Exodus 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Exodus 15:25
    Then Moses cried out to the LORD, and the LORD showed him a piece of wood. He threw it into the water, and the water became fit to drink. There the LORD issued a ruling and instruction for them and put them to the test.
    Exodus 15:24-26 (in Context) Exodus 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Exodus 16:4
    Then the LORD said to Moses, “I will rain down bread from heaven for you. The people are to go out each day and gather enough for that day. In this way I will test them and see whether they will follow my instructions.
    Exodus 16:3-5 (in Context) Exodus 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Exodus 16:28
    Then the LORD said to Moses, “How long will you refuse to keep my commands and my instructions?
    Exodus 16:27-29 (in Context) Exodus 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Exodus 18:16
    Whenever they have a dispute, it is brought to me, and I decide between the parties and inform them of God’s decrees and instructions.”
    Exodus 18:15-17 (in Context) Exodus 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[kon-dem-ney-shuhn, -duhm-] Show IPA noun

1. the act of condemning.

2. the state of being condemned.

3. strong censure; disapprobation; reproof.

4. a cause or reason for condemning.

5. U.S. Law. the seizure, as of property, for public use.

  1. Romans 8:1
    Life Through the Spirit ] Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus,
    Romans 8:1-2 (in Context) Romans 8 (Whole Chapter)
  1. Ezekiel 33:12
    “Therefore, son of man, say to your people, ‘If someone who is righteous disobeys, that person’s former righteousness will count for nothing. And if someone who is wicked repents, that person’s former wickedness will not bring condemnation. The righteous person who sins will not be allowed to live even though they were formerly righteous.’
    Ezekiel 33:11-13 (in Context) Ezekiel 33 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Romans 3:8
    Why not say—as some slanderously claim that we say—“Let us do evil that good may result”? Their condemnation is just!
    Romans 3:7-9 (in Context) Romans 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Romans 5:16
    Nor can the gift of God be compared with the result of one man’s sin: The judgment followed one sin and brought condemnation, but the gift followed many trespasses and brought justification.
    Romans 5:15-17 (in Context) Romans 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Romans 5:18
    Consequently, just as one trespass resulted in condemnation for all people, so also one righteous act resulted in justification and life for all people.
    Romans 5:17-19 (in Context) Romans 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Romans 8:1
    Life Through the Spirit ] Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus,
    Romans 8:1-3 (in Context) Romans 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 2 Corinthians 3:9
    If the ministry that brought condemnation was glorious, how much more glorious is the ministry that brings righteousness!
    2 Corinthians 3:8-10 (in Context) 2 Corinthians 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 2 Peter 2:3
    In their greed these teachers will exploit you with fabricated stories. Their condemnation has long been hanging over them, and their destruction has not been sleeping.
    2 Peter 2:2-4 (in Context) 2 Peter 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Jude 1:4
    For certain individuals whose condemnation was written about long ago have secretly slipped in among you. They are ungodly people, who pervert the grace of our God into a license for immorality and deny Jesus Christ our only Sovereign and Lord.
    Jude 1:3-5 (in Context) Jude 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[bawrn-uh-gen or, especially Brit., -uh-geyn]  Show IPA adjective

1. committed or recommitted to religious faith through an intensely religious experience: a born-again Christian.

2. reactivated or revitalized: a born-again conservatism in American politics.

3. enthusiastically committed: a born-again jogger.

  1. John 3 
    Jesus Teaches Nicodemus ] Now there was a Pharisee, a man named Nicodemus who was a member of the Jewish ruling council. He came to Jesus at night and said, “Rabbi, we know that you are a teacher who has come from God. For no one could perform the signs you are doing if God were not with him.” Jesus replied, “Very truly I tell you, no one can see the kingdom of God unless they are born again. ”
  1. Genesis 29:34
    Again she conceived, and when she gave birth to a son she said, “Now at last my husband will become attached to me, because I have borne him three sons.” So he was named Levi.
    Genesis 29:33-35 (in Context) Genesis 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Judges 13:8
    Then Manoah prayed to the LORD: “Pardon your servant, Lord. I beg you to let the man of God you sent to us come again to teach us how to bring up the boy who is to be born.”
    Judges 13:7-9 (in Context) Judges 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 1 Kings 13:2
    By the word of the LORD he cried out against the altar: “Altar, altar! This is what the LORD says: ‘A son named Josiah will be born to the house of David. On you he will sacrifice the priests of the high places who make offerings here, and human bones will be burned on you.’”
    1 Kings 13:1-3 (in Context) 1 Kings 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. John 3:3
    Jesus replied, “Very truly I tell you, no one can see the kingdom of God unless they are born again. ”
    John 3:2-4 (in Context) John 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. John 3:7
    You should not be surprised at my saying, ‘You must be born again.’
    John 3:6-8 (in Context) John 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 1 Peter 1:23
    For you have been born again, not of perishable seed, but of imperishable, through the living and enduring word of God.
    1 Peter 1:22-24 (in Context) 1 Peter 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[meyk-bi-leev]  Show IPA noun

1. pretense, especially of an innocent or playful kind; feigning; sham: the make-believe of children playing.

2.a pretender; a person who pretends.

  1. John 16:30
    Now we can see that you know all things and that you do not even need to have anyone ask you questions. This makes us believe that you came from God.”
    John 16:29-31 (in Context) John 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Romans 9:33
    As it is written: “See, I lay in Zion a stone that causes people to stumble and a rock that makes them fall, and the one who believes in him will never be put to shame.”
    Romans 9:32-33 (in Context) Romans 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Galatians 2:4
    This matter arose because some false believers had infiltrated our ranks to spy on the freedom we have in Christ Jesus and to make us slaves.
    Galatians 2:3-5 (in Context) Galatians 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations


[ree-burth, ree-burth]  Show IPA noun

1. a new or second birth: the rebirth of the soul.

2. a renewed existence, activity, or growth; renaissance or revival: the rebirth of conservatism.

Titus 3:5
he saved us, not because of righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy. He saved us through the washing of rebirth and renewal by the Holy Spirit,
Titus 3:4-6 (in Context) Titus 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[froot-fuhl]  Show IPA adjective

1. producing good results; beneficial; profitable: fruitful investigations.

2. abounding in fruit,  as trees or other plants; bearing fruit abundantly.

3. producing an abundant growth, as of fruit: fruitful soil; fruitful rain.

Related forms: fruit·ful·ly, adverb, fruit·ful·ness, noun, o·ver·fruit·ful, adjective,

o·ver·fruit·ful·ly, adverb, o·ver·fruit·ful·ness, noun.

  1. Genesis 1:22
    God blessed them and said, “Be fruitful and increase in number and fill the water in the seas, and let the birds increase on the earth.”
    Genesis 1:21-23 (in Context) Genesis 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 1:28
    God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky and over every living creature that moves on the ground.”
    Genesis 1:27-29 (in Context) Genesis 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 8:17
    Bring out every kind of living creature that is with you—the birds, the animals, and all the creatures that move along the ground—so they can multiply on the earth and be fruitful and increase in number on it.”
    Genesis 8:16-18 (in Context) Genesis 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 9:1
    God’s Covenant With Noah ] Then God blessed Noah and his sons, saying to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number and fill the earth.
    Genesis 9:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 9:7
    As for you, be fruitful and increase in number; multiply on the earth and increase upon it.”
    Genesis 9:6-8 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Genesis 17:6
    I will make you very fruitful; I will make nations of you, and kings will come from you.
    Genesis 17:5-7 (in Context) Genesis 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Genesis 17:20
    And as for Ishmael, I have heard you: I will surely bless him; I will make him fruitful and will greatly increase his numbers. He will be the father of twelve rulers, and I will make him into a great nation.
    Genesis 17:19-21 (in Context) Genesis 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Genesis 28:3
    May God Almighty bless you and make you fruitful and increase your numbers until you become a community of peoples.
    Genesis 28:2-4 (in Context) Genesis 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Genesis 35:11
    And God said to him, “I am God Almighty ; be fruitful and increase in number. A nation and a community of nations will come from you, and kings will be among your descendants.
    Genesis 35:10-12 (in Context) Genesis 35 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Genesis 41:52
    The second son he named Ephraim and said, “It is because God has made me fruitful in the land of my suffering.”
    Genesis 41:51-53 (in Context) Genesis 41 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[foo-lish]  Show IPA adjective

Related forms

fool·ish·ly, adverb fool·ish·ness, noun o·ver·fool·ish, adjective

o·ver·fool·ish·ly, adverb o·ver·fool·ish·ness, noun


1, 2. senseless, vacant, vapid, simple, witless. Foolish, fatuous, silly, inane, stupid, asinine  imply weakness of intellect and lack of judgment. Foolish implies lack of common sense or good judgment or, sometimes, weakness of mind: a foolish decision; The child seems foolish. Fatuous implies being not only foolish, dull, and vacant in mind, but complacent and highly self-satisfied as well: fatuous and self-important; fatuous answers. Silly denotes extreme and conspicuous foolishness; it may also refer to pointlessness of jokes, remarks, etc.: silly and senseless behavior; a perfectly silly statement. Inane applies to silliness that is notably lacking in content, sense, or point: inane questions that leave one no reply. Stupid implies natural slowness or dullness of intellect, or, sometimes, a benumbed or dazed state of mind; it is also used to mean foolish or silly: well-meaning but stupid; rendered stupid by a blow; It is stupid to do such a thing. Asinine originally meant like an ass; it applies to witlessly stupid conversation or conduct and suggests a lack of social grace or perception: He failed to notice the reaction to his asinine remarks.1. imprudent, unreasonable, foolhardy, irrational; thoughtless, nonsensical, ridiculous, absurd, pointless, preposterous.

1. resulting from or showing a lack of sense; ill-considered; unwise: a foolish action, a foolish speech.

2. lacking forethought or caution.

3. trifling, insignificant, or paltry.

  1. 2 Samuel 15:31
    Now David had been told, “Ahithophel is among the conspirators with Absalom.” So David prayed, “LORD, turn Ahithophel’s counsel into foolishness.”
    2 Samuel 15:30-32 (in Context) 2 Samuel 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. 1 Corinthians 1:18
    Christ Crucified Is God’s Power and Wisdom ] For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being saved it is the power of God.
    1 Corinthians 1:17-19 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 1 Corinthians 1:21
    For since in the wisdom of God the world through its wisdom did not know him, God was pleased through the foolishness of what was preached to save those who believe.
    1 Corinthians 1:20-22 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 1 Corinthians 1:23
    but we preach Christ crucified: a stumbling block to Jews and foolishness to Gentiles,
    1 Corinthians 1:22-24 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. 1 Corinthians 1:25
    For the foolishness of God is wiser than human wisdom, and the weakness of God is stronger than human strength.
    1 Corinthians 1:24-26 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 1 Corinthians 2:14
    The person without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God but considers them foolishness, and cannot understand them because they are discerned only through the Spirit.
    1 Corinthians 2:13-15 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 1 Corinthians 3:19
    For the wisdom of this world is foolishness in God’s sight. As it is written: “He catches the wise in their craftiness” ;
    1 Corinthians 3:18-20 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 2 Corinthians 11:1
    Paul and the False Apostles ] I hope you will put up with me in a little foolishness. Yes, please put up with me!
    2 Corinthians 11:1-3 (in Context) 2 Corinthians 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[uh-bom-uh-ney-shuhn] Show IPA noun

1. anything abominable;  anything greatly disliked or abhorred.

2. intense aversion or loathing; detestation: He regarded lying with abomination.

3. a vile, shameful, or detestable action, condition, habit, etc.: Spitting in public is an abomination.

  1. Daniel 9:27 He will confirm a covenant with many for one ‘seven.’ In the middle of the ‘seven’ he will put an end to sacrifice and offering. And at the temple he will set up an abomination that causes desolation, until the end that is decreed is poured out on him. ” Daniel 9:26-27 (in Context) Daniel 9 (Whole Chapter)
  1. Proverbs 26:25 Though their speech is charming, do not believe them, for seven abominations fill their hearts. Proverbs 26:24-26 (in Context) Proverbs 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Isaiah 66:3 But whoever sacrifices a bull is like one who kills a person, and whoever offers a lamb is like one who breaks a dog’s neck; whoever makes a grain offering is like one who presents pig’s blood, and whoever burns memorial incense is like one who worships an idol. They have chosen their own ways, and they delight in their abominations; Isaiah 66:2-4 (in Context) Isaiah 66 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Daniel 9:27 He will confirm a covenant with many for one ‘seven.’ In the middle of the ‘seven’ he will put an end to sacrifice and offering. And at the temple he will set up an abomination that causes desolation, until the end that is decreed is poured out on him. ” Daniel 9:26-27 (in Context) Daniel 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Daniel 11:31 “His armed forces will rise up to desecrate the temple fortress and will abolish the daily sacrifice. Then they will set up the abomination that causes desolation. Daniel 11:30-32 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Daniel 12:11 “From the time that the daily sacrifice is abolished and the abomination that causes desolation is set up, there will be 1,290 days. Daniel 12:10-12 (in Context) Daniel 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Matthew 24:15 “So when you see standing in the holy place ‘the abomination that causes desolation,’ spoken of through the prophet Daniel—let the reader understand— Matthew 24:14-16 (in Context) Matthew 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Mark 13:14 “When you see ‘the abomination that causes desolation’ standing where it does not belong—let the reader understand—then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains. Mark 13:13-15 (in Context) Mark 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Revelation 17:5 The name written on her forehead was a mystery: BABYLON THE GREAT THE MOTHER OF PROSTITUTES AND OF THE ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. Revelation 17:4-6 (in Context) Revelation 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations


  1. 1 Corinthians 6:19 Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own;
  2. 1 Corinthians 6:18-20 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[wit-nis] Show IPA verb (used with object)

1. to see, hear, or know by personal presence and perception: to witness an accident.

2. to be present at (an occurrence) as a formal witness, spectator, bystander, etc.: She witnessed our wedding.

3. to bear witness to; testify to; give or afford evidence of.

4. to attest by one’s signature: He witnessed her will.

  1. Genesis 21:30 He replied, “Accept these seven lambs from my hand as a witness that I dug this well.” Genesis 21:29-31 (in Context) Genesis 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 31:44 Come now, let’s make a covenant, you and I, and let it serve as a witness between us.” Genesis 31:43-45 (in Context) Genesis 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 31:48 Laban said, “This heap is a witness between you and me today.” That is why it was called Galeed. Genesis 31:47-49 (in Context) Genesis 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 31:50 If you mistreat my daughters or if you take any wives besides my daughters, even though no one is with us, remember that God is a witness between you and me.” Genesis 31:49-51 (in Context) Genesis 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 31:52 This heap is a witness, and this pillar is a witness, that I will not go past this heap to your side to harm you and that you will not go past this heap and pillar to my side to harm me. Genesis 31:51-53 (in Context) Genesis 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Exodus 23:1 [ Laws of Justice and Mercy ] “Do not spread false reports. Do not help a guilty person by being a malicious witness. Exodus 23:1-3 (in Context) Exodus 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Numbers 5:13 so that another man has sexual relations with her, and this is hidden from her husband and her impurity is undetected (since there is no witness against her and she has not been caught in the act), Numbers 5:12-14 (in Context) Numbers 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Numbers 35:30 “‘Anyone who kills a person is to be put to death as a murderer only on the testimony of witnesses. But no one is to be put to death on the testimony of only one witness. Numbers 35:29-31 (in Context) Numbers 35 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Deuteronomy 4:26 I call the heavens and the earth as witnesses against you this day that you will quickly perish from the land that you are crossing the Jordan to possess. You will not live there long but will certainly be destroyed. Deuteronomy 4:25-27 (in Context) Deuteronomy 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Deuteronomy 17:6 On the testimony of two or three witnesses a person is to be put to death, but no one is to be put to death on the testimony of only one witness. Deuteronomy 17:5-7 (in Context) Deuteronomy 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[tem-puhl] Show IPA noun

1. an edifice or place dedicated to the service or worship of a deity or deities.

2. ( usually initial capital letter ) any of the three successive houses of worship in Jerusalem in use by the Jews in Biblical times, the first built by Solomon, the second by Zerubbabel, and the third by Herod.

3. a synagogue, usually a Reform or Conservative one.

4. an edifice erected as a place of public worship; a church, especially a large or imposing one.

5. any place or object in which God dwells, as the body of a Christian. I Cor. 6:19.

6. (in France) a Protestant church.

7. (in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) a building devoted to administering sacred ordinances, principally that of eternal marriage.

8. a building, usually large or pretentious, devoted to some public use: a temple of music.

9. ( initial capital letter ) either of two establishments of the medieval Templars, one in London and the other in Paris.

10. ( initial capital letter ) either of two groups of buildings (Inner Temple  and Middle Temple) on the site of the Templars’ former establishment in London, occupied by two of the Inns of Court.

11. a building used by the Templars in the U.S.

12. a building used by any of various fraternal orders.

  1. Judges 4:21 But Jael, Heber’s wife, picked up a tent peg and a hammer and went quietly to him while he lay fast asleep, exhausted. She drove the peg through his temple into the ground, and he died. Judges 4:20-22 (in Context) Judges 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Judges 4:22 Just then Barak came by in pursuit of Sisera, and Jael went out to meet him. “Come,” she said, “I will show you the man you’re looking for.” So he went in with her, and there lay Sisera with the tent peg through his temple—dead. Judges 4:21-23 (in Context) Judges 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Judges 5:26 Her hand reached for the tent peg, her right hand for the workman’s hammer. She struck Sisera, she crushed his head, she shattered and pierced his temple. Judges 5:25-27 (in Context) Judges 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Judges 9:4 They gave him seventy shekels of silver from the temple of Baal-Berith, and Abimelek used it to hire reckless scoundrels, who became his followers. Judges 9:3-5 (in Context) Judges 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Judges 9:27 After they had gone out into the fields and gathered the grapes and trodden them, they held a festival in the temple of their god. While they were eating and drinking, they cursed Abimelek. Judges 9:26-28 (in Context) Judges 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Judges 9:46 On hearing this, the citizens in the tower of Shechem went into the stronghold of the temple of El-Berith. Judges 9:45-47 (in Context) Judges 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Judges 16:26 Samson said to the servant who held his hand, “Put me where I can feel the pillars that support the temple, so that I may lean against them.” Judges 16:25-27 (in Context) Judges 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Judges 16:27 Now the temple was crowded with men and women; all the rulers of the Philistines were there, and on the roof were about three thousand men and women watching Samson perform. Judges 16:26-28 (in Context) Judges 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Judges 16:29 Then Samson reached toward the two central pillars on which the temple stood. Bracing himself against them, his right hand on the one and his left hand on the other, Judges 16:28-30 (in Context) Judges 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Judges 16:30 Samson said, “Let me die with the Philistines!” Then he pushed with all his might, and down came the temple on the rulers and all the people in it. Thus he killed many more when he died than while he lived. Judges 16:29-31 (in Context) Judges 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations


Body of Christ


1. the community of believers of which Christ is the head. I Cor. 12:27.

2. the consecrated bread of the Eucharist.

  1. 1 Corinthians 12 
    Concerning Spiritual Gifts ] Now about the gifts of the Spirit, brothers and sisters, I do not want you to be uninformed. You know that when you were pagans, somehow or other you were influenced and led astray to mute idols. Therefore I want you to know that no one who is speaking by the Spirit of God says, “Jesus be cursed,” and no one can say, “Jesus is Lord,” except by the Holy Spirit. …
  1. Romans 7:4
    So, my brothers and sisters, you also died to the law through the body of Christ, that you might belong to another, to him who was raised from the dead, in order that we might bear fruit for God.
    Romans 7:3-5 (in Context) Romans 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Romans 8:10
    But if Christ is in you, then even though your body is subject to death because of sin, the Spirit gives life because of righteousness.
    Romans 8:9-11 (in Context) Romans 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Romans 12:3
    Humble Service in the Body of Christ ] For by the grace given me I say to every one of you: Do not think of yourself more highly than you ought, but rather think of yourself with sober judgment, in accordance with the faith God has distributed to each of you.
    Romans 12:2-4 (in Context) Romans 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 1 Corinthians 10:16
    Is not the cup of thanksgiving for which we give thanks a participation in the blood of Christ? And is not the bread that we break a participation in the body of Christ?
    1 Corinthians 10:15-17 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. 1 Corinthians 11:29
    For those who eat and drink without discerning the body of Christ eat and drink judgment on themselves.
    1 Corinthians 11:28-30 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 1 Corinthians 12:27
    Now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it.
    1 Corinthians 12:26-28 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 2 Corinthians 5:10
    For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each of us may receive what is due us for the things done while in the body, whether good or bad.
    2 Corinthians 5:9-11 (in Context) 2 Corinthians 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 2 Corinthians 12:2
    I know a man in Christ who fourteen years ago was caught up to the third heaven. Whether it was in the body or out of the body I do not know—God knows.
    2 Corinthians 12:1-3 (in Context) 2 Corinthians 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Galatians 2:20
    I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.
    Galatians 2:19-21 (in Context) Galatians 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Ephesians 3:6
    This mystery is that through the gospel the Gentiles are heirs together with Israel, members together of one body, and sharers together in the promise in Christ Jesus.
    Ephesians 3:5-7 (in Context) Ephesians 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[bod-ee] Show IPA noun, plural bod·ies, verb, bod·ied, bod·y·ing, adjective, noun

1. the physical structure and material substance of an animal or plant, living or dead.

2. a corpse; carcass.

3. the trunk or main mass of a thing: the body of a tree.

4. Anatomy, Zoology. the physical structure of a human being or animal, not including the head, limbs, and tail; trunk; torso.

5. Architecture. the principal mass of a building.

6. the section of a vehicle, usually in the shape of a box, cylindrical container, or platform, in or on which passengers or the load is carried.

7. Nautical. the hull of a ship.

8. Aeronautics. the fuselage of a plane.

9. Printing. the shank of a type, supporting the face.

10. Geometry. a figure having the three dimensions of length, breadth, and thickness; a solid.

11. Physics. a mass, especially one considered as a whole.

12. the major portion of an army, population, etc.: The body of the American people favors the president’s policy.

13. the principal part of a speech or document, minus introduction, conclusion, indexes, etc.

14. a person: She’s a quiet sort of body.

  1. Genesis 9:23 But Shem and Japheth took a garment and laid it across their shoulders; then they walked in backward and covered their father’s naked body. Their faces were turned the other way so that they would not see their father naked. Genesis 9:22-24 (in Context) Genesis 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 25:25 The first to come out was red, and his whole body was like a hairy garment; so they named him Esau. Genesis 25:24-26 (in Context) Genesis 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 40:19 Within three days Pharaoh will lift off your head and impale your body on a pole. And the birds will eat away your flesh.” Genesis 40:18-20 (in Context) Genesis 40 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 28:42 “Make linen undergarments as a covering for the body, reaching from the waist to the thigh. Exodus 28:41-43 (in Context) Exodus 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Exodus 30:32 Do not pour it on anyone else’s body and do not make any other oil using the same formula. It is sacred, and you are to consider it sacred. Exodus 30:31-33 (in Context) Exodus 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Leviticus 6:10 The priest shall then put on his linen clothes, with linen undergarments next to his body, and shall remove the ashes of the burnt offering that the fire has consumed on the altar and place them beside the altar. Leviticus 6:9-11 (in Context) Leviticus 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Leviticus 13:13 the priest is to examine them, and if the disease has covered their whole body, he shall pronounce them clean. Since it has all turned white, they are clean. Leviticus 13:12-14 (in Context) Leviticus 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Leviticus 15:3 Whether it continues flowing from his body or is blocked, it will make him unclean. This is how his discharge will bring about uncleanness: Leviticus 15:2-4 (in Context) Leviticus 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Leviticus 15:16 “‘When a man has an emission of semen, he must bathe his whole body with water, and he will be unclean till evening. Leviticus 15:15-17 (in Context) Leviticus 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Leviticus 16:4 He is to put on the sacred linen tunic, with linen undergarments next to his body; he is to tie the linen sash around him and put on the linen turban. These are sacred garments; so he must bathe himself with water before he puts them on. Leviticus 16:3-5 (in Context) Leviticus 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ri-zolv]  Show IPA verb, re·solved, re·solv·ing, noun verb (used with object)

1. to come to a definite or earnest decision about; determine (to do something): I have resolved that I shall live to the full.

2. to separate into constituent or elementary parts; break up; cause or disintegrate (usually followed by into ).

3. to reduce or convert by, or as by, breaking up or disintegration (usually followed by to  or into ).

4. to convert or transform by any process (often used reflexively).

5. to reduce by mental analysis (often followed by into).

6. to settle, determine, or state formally in a vote or resolution, as of a deliberative assembly.

7. to deal with (a question, a matter of uncertainty, etc.) conclusively; settle; solve: to resolve the question before the board.

8. to clear away or dispel (doubts, fears, etc.); answer: to resolve any doubts we may have had.

9. Chemistry. to separate (a racemic mixture) into optically active components.

10. Music. to cause (a voice part or the harmony as a whole) to progress from a dissonance to a consonance.

11. Optics. to separate and make visible the individual parts of (an image); distinguish between.

12. Medicine/Medical. to cause (swellings, inflammation, etc.) to disappear without suppuration.

  1. 2 Chronicles 20:3 Alarmed, Jehoshaphat resolved to inquire of the LORD, and he proclaimed a fast for all Judah. 2 Chronicles 20:2-4 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Daniel 1:8 But Daniel resolved not to defile himself with the royal food and wine, and he asked the chief official for permission not to defile himself this way. Daniel 1:7-9 (in Context) Daniel 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Malachi 2:2 If you do not listen, and if you do not resolve to honor my name,” says the LORD Almighty, “I will send a curse on you, and I will curse your blessings. Yes, I have already cursed them, because you have not resolved to honor me. Malachi 2:1-3 (in Context) Malachi 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 1 Corinthians 2:2 For I resolved to know nothing while I was with you except Jesus Christ and him crucified. 1 Corinthians 2:1-3 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[en-kur-ij-muhnt, -kuhr-]  Show IPA noun

1. the act of encouraging.

2. the state of being encouraged.

3. something that encourages: Praise is the greatest encouragement.

  1. Luke 12:1Warnings and Encouragements ] Meanwhile, when a crowd of many thousands had gathered, so that they were trampling on one another, Jesus began to speak first to his disciples, saying: “Be on your guard against the yeast of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy. Luke 12:1-3 (in Context) Luke 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Acts 4:36 Joseph, a Levite from Cyprus, whom the apostles called Barnabas (which means “son of encouragement”), Acts 4:35-37 (in Context) Acts 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Acts 20:2 He traveled through that area, speaking many words of encouragement to the people, and finally arrived in Greece, Acts 20:1-3 (in Context) Acts 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Romans 12:8 if it is to encourage, then give encouragement; if it is giving, then give generously; if it is to lead, do it diligently; if it is to show mercy, do it cheerfully. Romans 12:7-9 (in Context) Romans 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Romans 15:4 For everything that was written in the past was written to teach us, so that through the endurance taught in the Scriptures and the encouragement they provide we might have hope. Romans 15:3-5 (in Context) Romans 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Romans 15:5 May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you the same attitude of mind toward each other that Christ Jesus had, Romans 15:4-6 (in Context) Romans 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 2 Corinthians 7:13 By all this we are encouraged. In addition to our own encouragement, we were especially delighted to see how happy Titus was, because his spirit has been refreshed by all of you. 2 Corinthians 7:12-14 (in Context) 2 Corinthians 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Philippians 2:1Imitating Christ’s Humility ] Therefore if you have any encouragement from being united with Christ, if any comfort from his love, if any common sharing in the Spirit, if any tenderness and compassion, Philippians 2:1-3 (in Context) Philippians 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 2 Thessalonians 2:16 May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and by his grace gave us eternal encouragement and good hope, 2 Thessalonians 2:15-17 (in Context) 2 Thessalonians 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Philemon 1:7 Your love has given me great joy and encouragement, because you, brother, have refreshed the hearts of the Lord’s people. Philemon 1:6-8 (in Context) Philemon 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[loi-uhl]  Show IPA adjective

1. faithful to one’s sovereign, government, or state: a loyal subject.

2. faithful to one’s oath, commitments, or obligations: to be loyal to a vow.

3. faithful to any leader, party, or cause, or to any person or thing conceived as deserving fidelity: a loyal friend.

4. characterized by or showing faithfulness to commitments,vows, allegiance, obligations, etc. loyal conduct.

  1. Judges 8:35 They also failed to show any loyalty to the family of Jerub-Baal (that is, Gideon) in spite of all the good things he had done for them. Judges 8:34-35 (in Context) Judges 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. 1 Samuel 22:14 Ahimelek answered the king, “Who of all your servants is as loyal as David, the king’s son-in-law, captain of your bodyguard and highly respected in your household? 1 Samuel 22:13-15 (in Context) 1 Samuel 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 2 Samuel 2:10 Ish-Bosheth son of Saul was forty years old when he became king over Israel, and he reigned two years. The tribe of Judah, however, remained loyal to David. 2 Samuel 2:9-11 (in Context) 2 Samuel 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 2 Samuel 3:8 Abner was very angry because of what Ish-Bosheth said. So he answered, “Am I a dog’s head—on Judah’s side? This very day I am loyal to the house of your father Saul and to his family and friends. I haven’t handed you over to David. Yet now you accuse me of an offense involving this woman! 2 Samuel 3:7-9 (in Context) 2 Samuel 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. 1 Kings 12:20 When all the Israelites heard that Jeroboam had returned, they sent and called him to the assembly and made him king over all Israel. Only the tribe of Judah remained loyal to the house of David. 1 Kings 12:19-21 (in Context) 1 Kings 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 1 Chronicles 12:29 from Benjamin, Saul’s tribe—3,000, most of whom had remained loyal to Saul’s house until then; 1 Chronicles 12:28-30 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 1 Chronicles 12:33 from Zebulun, experienced soldiers prepared for battle with every type of weapon, to help David with undivided loyalty—50,000; 1 Chronicles 12:32-34 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 1 Chronicles 29:18 LORD, the God of our fathers Abraham, Isaac and Israel, keep these desires and thoughts in the hearts of your people forever, and keep their hearts loyal to you. 1 Chronicles 29:17-19 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Psalm 12:1Psalm 12 ] For the director of music. According to sheminith. A psalm of David. Help, LORD, for no one is faithful anymore; those who are loyal have vanished from the human race. Psalm 12:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Psalm 78:8 They would not be like their ancestors— a stubborn and rebellious generation, whose hearts were not loyal to God, whose spirits were not faithful to him. Psalm 78:7-9 (in Context) Psalm 78 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[on-er]  Show IPA noun

1. honesty, fairness, or integrity in one’s beliefs and actions: a man of honor.

2. a source of credit or distinction: to be an honor to one’s family.

3. high respect, as for worth, merit, or rank: to be held in honor.

4. such respect manifested: a memorial in honor of the dead.

5. high public esteem; fame; glory: He has earned his position of honor.

  1. Genesis 30:20 Then Leah said, “God has presented me with a precious gift. This time my husband will treat me with honor, because I have borne him six sons.” So she named him Zebulun. Genesis 30:19-21 (in Context) Genesis 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 34:19 The young man, who was the most honored of all his father’s family, lost no time in doing what they said, because he was delighted with Jacob’s daughter. Genesis 34:18-20 (in Context) Genesis 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 45:13 Tell my father about all the honor accorded me in Egypt and about everything you have seen. And bring my father down here quickly.” Genesis 45:12-14 (in Context) Genesis 45 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 49:3 “Reuben, you are my firstborn, my might, the first sign of my strength, excelling in honor, excelling in power. Genesis 49:2-4 (in Context) Genesis 49 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Exodus 8:9 Moses said to Pharaoh, “I leave to you the honor of setting the time for me to pray for you and your officials and your people that you and your houses may be rid of the frogs, except for those that remain in the Nile.” Exodus 8:8-10 (in Context) Exodus 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Exodus 12:42 Because the LORD kept vigil that night to bring them out of Egypt, on this night all the Israelites are to keep vigil to honor the LORD for the generations to come. Exodus 12:41-43 (in Context) Exodus 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Exodus 20:12Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the LORD your God is giving you. Exodus 20:11-13 (in Context) Exodus 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Exodus 20:24 “‘Make an altar of earth for me and sacrifice on it your burnt offerings and fellowship offerings, your sheep and goats and your cattle. Wherever I cause my name to be honored, I will come to you and bless you. Exodus 20:23-25 (in Context) Exodus 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Exodus 28:2 Make sacred garments for your brother Aaron to give him dignity and honor. Exodus 28:1-3 (in Context) Exodus 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Exodus 28:40 Make tunics, sashes and caps for Aaron’s sons to give them dignity and honor. Exodus 28:39-41 (in Context) Exodus 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[tee-ching]  Show IPA noun

1. the act or profession of a person who teaches.

2. something that is taught.

3. Often, teachings. doctrines or precepts: the teachings of Lao-tzu.

  1. Deuteronomy 32:2 Let my teaching fall like rain and my words descend like dew, like showers on new grass, like abundant rain on tender plants. Deuteronomy 32:1-3 (in Context) Deuteronomy 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Ezra 7:10 For Ezra had devoted himself to the study and observance of the Law of the LORD, and to teaching its decrees and laws in Israel. Ezra 7:9-11 (in Context) Ezra 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Psalm 60:1Psalm 60 ] For the director of music. To the tune of “The Lily of the Covenant.” A miktam of David. For teaching. When he fought Aram Naharaim and Aram Zobah, and when Joab returned and struck down twelve thousand Edomites in the Valley of Salt. You have rejected us, God, and burst upon us; you have been angry—now restore us! Psalm 60:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 60 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Psalm 78:1 A maskil of Asaph. My people, hear my teaching; listen to the words of my mouth. Psalm 78:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 78 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Proverbs 1:8Prologue: Exhortations to Embrace Wisdom ] [ Warning Against the Invitation of Sinful Men ] Listen, my son, to your father’s instruction and do not forsake your mother’s teaching. Proverbs 1:7-9 (in Context) Proverbs 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Proverbs 1:23 Repent at my rebuke! Then I will pour out my thoughts to you, I will make known to you my teachings. Proverbs 1:22-24 (in Context) Proverbs 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Proverbs 3:1Wisdom Bestows Well-Being ] My son, do not forget my teaching, but keep my commands in your heart, Proverbs 3:1-3 (in Context) Proverbs 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Proverbs 4:2 I give you sound learning, so do not forsake my teaching. Proverbs 4:1-3 (in Context) Proverbs 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Proverbs 6:20Warning Against Adultery ] My son, keep your father’s command and do not forsake your mother’s teaching. Proverbs 6:19-21 (in Context) Proverbs 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Proverbs 6:23 For this command is a lamp, this teaching is a light, and correction and instruction are the way to life, Proverbs 6:22-24 (in Context) Proverbs 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[kuh-mit]  Show IPA verb, com·mit·ted, com·mit·ting. verb (used with object)

1. to give in trust or charge; consign.

2. to consign for preservation: to commit ideas to writing; to commit a poem to memory.

3. to pledge (oneself) to a position on an issue or question; express (one’s intention, feeling, etc.): Asked if he was a candidate, he refused to commit himself.

4. to bind or obligate, as by pledge or assurance; pledge: to commit oneself to a promise; to be committed to a course of action.

5. to entrust, especially for safekeeping; commend: to commit one’s soul to God.

  1. Genesis 50:17 ‘This is what you are to say to Joseph: I ask you to forgive your brothers the sins and the wrongs they committed in treating you so badly.’ Now please forgive the sins of the servants of the God of your father.” When their message came to him, Joseph wept. Genesis 50:16-18 (in Context) Genesis 50 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 20:14 “You shall not commit adultery. Exodus 20:13-15 (in Context) Exodus 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 32:30 The next day Moses said to the people, “You have committed a great sin. But now I will go up to the LORD; perhaps I can make atonement for your sin.” Exodus 32:29-31 (in Context) Exodus 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 32:31 So Moses went back to the LORD and said, “Oh, what a great sin these people have committed! They have made themselves gods of gold. Exodus 32:30-32 (in Context) Exodus 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Leviticus 4:3 “‘If the anointed priest sins, bringing guilt on the people, he must bring to the LORD a young bull without defect as a sin offering for the sin he has committed. Leviticus 4:2-4 (in Context) Leviticus 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Leviticus 4:14 and the sin they committed becomes known, the assembly must bring a young bull as a sin offering and present it before the tent of meeting. Leviticus 4:13-15 (in Context) Leviticus 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Leviticus 4:23 and the sin he has committed becomes known, he must bring as his offering a male goat without defect. Leviticus 4:22-24 (in Context) Leviticus 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Leviticus 4:28 and the sin they have committed becomes known, they must bring as their offering for the sin they committed a female goat without defect. Leviticus 4:27-29 (in Context) Leviticus 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Leviticus 4:35 They shall remove all the fat, just as the fat is removed from the lamb of the fellowship offering, and the priest shall burn it on the altar on top of the food offerings presented to the LORD. In this way the priest will make atonement for them for the sin they have committed, and they will be forgiven. Leviticus 4:34-35 (in Context) Leviticus 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Leviticus 5:6 As a penalty for the sin they have committed, they must bring to the LORD a female lamb or goat from the flock as a sin offering ; and the priest shall make atonement for them for their sin. Leviticus 5:5-7 (in Context) Leviticus 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[dih-seet-fuhl]  Show IPA adjective

1. given to deceiving: A deceitful person cannot keep friends for long.

2. intended to deceive; misleading; fraudulent: a deceit fulaction.

  1. Genesis 27:35 But he said, “Your brother came deceitfully and took your blessing.” Genesis 27:34-36 (in Context) Genesis 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 34:13 Because their sister Dinah had been defiled, Jacob’s sons replied deceitfully as they spoke to Shechem and his father Hamor. Genesis 34:12-14 (in Context) Genesis 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 8:29 Moses answered, “As soon as I leave you, I will pray to the LORD, and tomorrow the flies will leave Pharaoh and his officials and his people. Only let Pharaoh be sure that he does not act deceitfully again by not letting the people go to offer sacrifices to the LORD.” Exodus 8:28-30 (in Context) Exodus 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Job 13:7 Will you speak wickedly on God’s behalf? Will you speak deceitfully for him? Job 13:6-8 (in Context) Job 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Psalm 5:6 you destroy those who tell lies. The bloodthirsty and deceitful you, LORD, detest. Psalm 5:5-7 (in Context) Psalm 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Psalm 17:1prayer of David. Hear me, LORD, my plea is just; listen to my cry. Hear my prayer— it does not rise from deceitful lips. Psalm 17:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Psalm 26:4 I do not sit with the deceitful, nor do I associate with hypocrites. Psalm 26:3-5 (in Context) Psalm 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Psalm 36:3 The words of their mouths are wicked and deceitful; they fail to act wisely or do good. Psalm 36:2-4 (in Context) Psalm 36 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Psalm 43:1Psalm 43 ] Vindicate me, my God, and plead my cause against an unfaithful nation. Rescue me from those who are deceitful and wicked. Psalm 43:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 43 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Psalm 52:4 You love every harmful word, you deceitful tongue! Psalm 52:3-5 (in Context) Psalm 52 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[uh-strey]  Show IPA adverb adjective

1. out of the right way; off the correct or known road, path, or route: Despite specific instructions, they went astray and got lost.

2. away from that which is right; into error, confusion, or undesirable action or thought: They were led astray by their lust for money.

  1. Numbers 5:12 “Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘If a man’s wife goes astray and is unfaithful to him Numbers 5:11-13 (in Context) Numbers 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Numbers 5:19 Then the priest shall put the woman under oath and say to her, “If no other man has had sexual relations with you and you have not gone astray and become impure while married to your husband, may this bitter water that brings a curse not harm you. Numbers 5:18-20 (in Context) Numbers 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Numbers 5:20 But if you have gone astray while married to your husband and you have made yourself impure by having sexual relations with a man other than your husband”— Numbers 5:19-21 (in Context) Numbers 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Numbers 5:29 “‘This, then, is the law of jealousy when a woman goes astray and makes herself impure while married to her husband, Numbers 5:28-30 (in Context) Numbers 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Deuteronomy 13:13 that troublemakers have arisen among you and have led the people of their town astray, saying, “Let us go and worship other gods” (gods you have not known), Deuteronomy 13:12-14 (in Context) Deuteronomy 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Deuteronomy 17:17 He must not take many wives, or his heart will be led astray. He must not accumulate large amounts of silver and gold. Deuteronomy 17:16-18 (in Context) Deuteronomy 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Deuteronomy 27:18 “Cursed is anyone who leads the blind astray on the road.” Then all the people shall say, “Amen!” Deuteronomy 27:17-19 (in Context) Deuteronomy 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 1 Kings 11:3 He had seven hundred wives of royal birth and three hundred concubines, and his wives led him astray. 1 Kings 11:2-4 (in Context) 1 Kings 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 2 Kings 21:9 But the people did not listen. Manasseh led them astray, so that they did more evil than the nations the LORD had destroyed before the Israelites. 2 Kings 21:8-10 (in Context) 2 Kings 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 2 Chronicles 21:11 He had also built high places on the hills of Judah and had caused the people of Jerusalem to prostitute themselves and had led Judah astray. 2 Chronicles 21:10-12 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[uh-presh-uhn]  Show IPA noun

1. the exercise of authority or power in a burdensome, cruel, or unjust manner.

2. an act or instance of oppressing.

3. the state of being oppressed.

4. the feeling of being heavily burdened, mentally or physically, by troubles, adverse conditions, anxiety, etc.

  1. Deuteronomy 26:7 Then we cried out to the LORD, the God of our ancestors, and the LORD heard our voice and saw our misery, toil and oppression. Deuteronomy 26:6-8 (in Context) Deuteronomy 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Deuteronomy 28:33 A people that you do not know will eat what your land and labor produce, and you will have nothing but cruel oppression all your days. Deuteronomy 28:32-34 (in Context) Deuteronomy 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Job 35:9 “People cry out under a load of oppression; they plead for relief from the arm of the powerful. Job 35:8-10 (in Context) Job 35 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Psalm 44:24 Why do you hide your face and forget our misery and oppression? Psalm 44:23-25 (in Context) Psalm 44 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Psalm 72:14 He will rescue them from oppression and violence, for precious is their blood in his sight. Psalm 72:13-15 (in Context) Psalm 72 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Psalm 73:8 They scoff, and speak with malice; with arrogance they threaten oppression. Psalm 73:7-9 (in Context) Psalm 73 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Psalm 107:39 Then their numbers decreased, and they were humbled by oppression, calamity and sorrow; Psalm 107:38-40 (in Context) Psalm 107 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Psalm 119:134 Redeem me from human oppression, that I may obey your precepts. Psalm 119:133-135 (in Context) Psalm 119 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Ecclesiastes 4:1Oppression, Toil, Friendlessness ] Again I looked and saw all the oppression that was taking place under the sun: I saw the tears of the oppressed— and they have no comforter; power was on the side of their oppressors— and they have no comforter. Ecclesiastes 4:1-3 (in Context) Ecclesiastes 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Isaiah 30:12 Therefore this is what the Holy One of Israel says: “Because you have rejected this message, relied on oppression and depended on deceit, Isaiah 30:11-13 (in Context) Isaiah 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[suh-ren-der]  Show IPA verb (used with object)

1. to yield (something) to the possession or power of another; deliver up possession of on demand or under duress: to surrender the fort to the enemy; to surrender the stolen goods to the police.

2. to give (oneself) up, as to the police.

3. to give (oneself) up to some influence, course, emotion, etc.: He surrendered himself to a life of hardship.

4. to give up, abandon, or relinquish (comfort, hope, etc.).

5. to yield or resign (an office, privilege, etc.) in favor of another.

6. to give oneself up, as into the power of another; submit or yield.

  1. Joshua 20:5 If the avenger of blood comes in pursuit, the elders must not surrender the fugitive, because the fugitive killed their neighbor unintentionally and without malice aforethought. Joshua 20:4-6 (in Context) Joshua 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. 1 Samuel 11:3 The elders of Jabesh said to him, “Give us seven days so we can send messengers throughoutIsrael; if no one comes to rescue us, we will surrender to you.” 1 Samuel 11:2-4 (in Context) 1 Samuel 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 1 Samuel 11:10 They said to the Ammonites, “Tomorrow we will surrender to you, and you can do to us whatever you like.” 1 Samuel 11:9-11 (in Context) 1 Samuel 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 1 Samuel 23:11 Will the citizens of Keilah surrender me to him? Will Saul come down, as your servant has heard? LORD, God of Israel, tell your servant.” And the LORD said, “He will.” 1 Samuel 23:10-12 (in Context) 1 Samuel 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. 1 Samuel 23:12 Again David asked, “Will the citizens of Keilah surrender me and my men to Saul?” And the LORD said, “They will.” 1 Samuel 23:11-13 (in Context)
  6. 1 Samuel 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 2 Kings 7:4 If we say, ‘We’ll go into the city’—the famine is there, and we will die. And if we stay here, we will die. So let’s go over to the camp of the Arameans and surrender. If they spare us, we live; if they kill us, then we die.” 2 Kings 7:3-5 (in Context) 2 Kings 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 2 Kings 24:12 Jehoiachin king of Judah, his mother, his attendants, his nobles and his officials all surrendered to him. In the eighth year of the reign of the king of Babylon, he took Jehoiachin prisoner. 2 Kings 24:11-13 (in Context) 2 Kings 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Isaiah 54:15 If anyone does attack you, it will not be my doing; whoever attacks you will surrender to you. Isaiah 54:14-16 (in Context) Isaiah 54 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Jeremiah 21:9 Whoever stays in this city will die by the sword, famine or plague. But whoever goes out and surrenders to the Babylonians who are besieging you will live; they will escape with their lives. Jeremiah 21:8-10 (in Context) Jeremiah 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  11. Jeremiah 38:17 Then Jeremiah said to Zedekiah, “This is what the LORD God Almighty, the God of Israel, says: ‘If you surrender to the officers of the king of Babylon, your life will be spared and this city will not be burned down; you and your family will live. Jeremiah 38:16-18 (in Context) Jeremiah 38 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[prair]  Show IPA noun

1. a devout petition to God or an object of worship.

2. a spiritual communion with God or an object of worship, as in supplication, thanksgiving, adoration, or confession.

3. the act or practice of praying  to God or an object of worship.

4. a formula or sequence of words used in or appointed for praying: the Lord’s Prayer.

5. prayers, a religious observance, either public or private, consisting wholly or mainly of prayer.

6. that which is prayed  for.

7. a petition; entreaty.

8. the section of a bill in equity, or of a petition, that sets forth the complaint or the action desired.

9. a negligible hope or chance: Do you think he has a prayer of getting that job?

  1. Genesis 25:21 Isaac prayed to the LORD on behalf of his wife, because she was childless. The LORD answered his prayer, and his wife Rebekah became pregnant. Genesis 25:20-22 (in Context) Genesis 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 9:29 Moses replied, “When I have gone out of the city, I will spread out my hands in prayer to the LORD. The thunder will stop and there will be no more hail, so you may know that the earth is the LORD’s. Exodus 9:28-30 (in Context) Exodus 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 1 Samuel 2:1Hannah’s Prayer ] Then Hannah prayed and said: “My heart rejoices in the LORD; in the LORD my horn is lifted high. My mouth boasts over my enemies, for I delight in your deliverance. 1 Samuel 2:1-3 (in Context) 1 Samuel 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 2 Samuel 7:18David’s Prayer ] Then King David went in and sat before the LORD, and he said: “Who am I, Sovereign LORD, and what is my family, that you have brought me this far? 2 Samuel 7:17-19 (in Context) 2 Samuel 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. 2 Samuel 7:27 “LORD Almighty, God of Israel, you have revealed this to your servant, saying, ‘I will build a house for you.’ So your servant has found courage to pray this prayer to you. 2 Samuel 7:26-28 (in Context) 2 Samuel 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 2 Samuel 21:14 They buried the bones of Saul and his son Jonathan in the tomb of Saul’s father Kish, at Zela in Benjamin, and did everything the king commanded. After that, God answered prayer in behalf of the land. 2 Samuel 21:13-15 (in Context) 2 Samuel 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 2 Samuel 24:25 David built an altar to the LORD there and sacrificed burnt offerings and fellowship offerings. Then the LORD answered his prayer in behalf of the land, and the plague on Israel was stopped. 2 Samuel 24:24-25 (in Context) 2 Samuel 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 1 Kings 8:22Solomon’s Prayer of Dedication ] Then Solomon stood before the altar of the LORD in front of the whole assembly of Israel, spread out his hands toward heaven 1 Kings 8:21-23 (in Context) 1 Kings 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 1 Kings 8:28 Yet give attention to your servant’s prayer and his plea for mercy, LORD my God. Hear the cry and the prayer that your servant is praying in your presence this day. 1 Kings 8:27-29 (in Context) 1 Kings 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 1 Kings 8:29 May your eyes be open toward this temple night and day, this place of which you said, ‘My Name shall be there,’ so that you will hear the prayer your servant prays toward this place. 1 Kings 8:28-30 (in Context) 1 Kings 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ri-pent]  Show IPA verb (used without object)

1. to feel sorry, self-reproachful, or contrite for past conduct; regret or be conscience-stricken about a past action, attitude, etc. (often followed by of ): He repented after his thoughtless act.

2. to feel such sorrow for sin or fault as to be disposed to change one’s life for the better; be penitent.

  1. 1 Kings 8:47 and if they have a change of heart in the land where they are held captive, and repent and plead with you in the land of their captors and say, ‘We have sinned, we have done wrong, we have acted wickedly’; 1 Kings 8:46-48 (in Context) 1 Kings 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. 2 Chronicles 6:37 and if they have a change of heart in the land where they are held captive, and repent and plead with you in the land of their captivity and say, ‘We have sinned, we have done wrong and acted wickedly’; 2 Chronicles 6:36-38 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 2 Chronicles 32:26 Then Hezekiah repented of the pride of his heart, as did the people of Jerusalem; therefore the LORD’s wrath did not come on them during the days of Hezekiah. 2 Chronicles 32:25-27 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Job 34:33 Should God then reward you on your terms, when you refuse to repent? You must decide, not I; so tell me what you know. Job 34:32-34 (in Context) Job 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Job 36:10 He makes them listen to correction and commands them to repent of their evil. Job 36:9-11 (in Context) Job 36 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Job 42:6 Therefore I despise myself and repent in dust and ashes.” Job 42:5-7 (in Context) Job 42 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Proverbs 1:23 Repent at my rebuke! Then I will pour out my thoughts to you, I will make known to you my teachings. Proverbs 1:22-24 (in Context) Proverbs 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Isaiah 30:15 This is what the Sovereign LORD, the Holy One of Israel, says: “In repentance and rest is your salvation, in quietness and trust is your strength, but you would have none of it. Isaiah 30:14-16 (in Context) Isaiah 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Isaiah 59:20 “The Redeemer will come to Zion, to those in Jacob who repent of their sins,” declares the LORD. Isaiah 59:19-21 (in Context) Isaiah 59 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Jeremiah 5:3 LORD, do not your eyes look for truth? You struck them, but they felt no pain; you crushed them, but they refused correction. They made their faces harder than stone and refused to repent. Jeremiah 5:2-4 (in Context) Jeremiah 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[pros-per-uhs]  Show IPA adjective

1. having or characterized by financial success or good fortune; flourishing; successful: a prosperous business.

2. well-to-do or well-off: a prosperous family.

3. favorable or propitious.

  1. Genesis 30:43 In this way the man grew exceedingly prosperous and came to own large flocks, and female and male servants, and camels and donkeys. Genesis 30:42-43 (in Context) Genesis 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Deuteronomy 30:5 He will bring you to the land that belonged to your ancestors, and you will take possession of it. He will make you more prosperous and numerous than your ancestors. Deuteronomy 30:4-6 (in Context) Deuteronomy 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Deuteronomy 30:9 Then the LORD your God will make you most prosperous in all the work of your hands and in the fruit of your womb, the young of your livestock and the crops of your land. The LORD will again delight in you and make you prosperous, just as he delighted in your ancestors, Deuteronomy 30:8-10 (in Context) Deuteronomy 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Joshua 1:8 Keep this Book of the Law always on your lips; meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it. Then you will be prosperous and successful. Joshua 1:7-9 (in Context) Joshua 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Judges 18:7 So the five men left and came to Laish, where they saw that the people were living in safety, like the Sidonians, at peace and secure. And since their land lacked nothing, they were prosperous. Also, they lived a long way from the Sidonians and had no relationship with anyone else. Judges 18:6-8 (in Context) Judges 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Job 8:6 if you are pure and upright, even now he will rouse himself on your behalf and restore you to your prosperous state. Job 8:5-7 (in Context) Job 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Job 8:7 Your beginnings will seem humble, so prosperous will your future be. Job 8:6-8 (in Context) Job 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Psalm 10:5 His ways are always prosperous; your laws are rejected by him; he sneers at all his enemies. Psalm 10:4-6 (in Context) Psalm 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Jeremiah 31:23 This is what the LORD Almighty, the God of Israel, says: “When I bring them back from captivity, the people in the land of Judah and in its towns will once again use these words: ‘The LORD bless you, you prosperous city, you sacred mountain.’ Jeremiah 31:22-24 (in Context) Jeremiah 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Daniel 4:4 I, Nebuchadnezzar, was at home in my palace, contented and prosperous. Daniel 4:3-5 (in Context) Daniel 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ri-demp-shuhn]  Show IPA noun

1. an act of redeeming  or the state of being redeemed.

2. deliverance; rescue.

3. Theology. deliverance from sin; salvation.

4. atonement for guilt.

5. repurchase, as of something sold.

6. paying off, as of a mortgage, bond, or note.

7. recovery by payment, as of something pledged.

8. conversion of paper money into specie.

  1. Leviticus 25:24 Throughout the land that you hold as a possession, you must provide for the redemption of the land. Leviticus 25:23-25 (in Context) Leviticus 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Leviticus 25:29 “‘Anyone who sells a house in a walled city retains the right of redemption a full year after its sale. During that time the seller may redeem it. Leviticus 25:28-30 (in Context) Leviticus 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Leviticus 25:48 they retain the right of redemption after they have sold themselves. One of their relatives may redeem them: Leviticus 25:47-49 (in Context) Leviticus 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Leviticus 25:51 If many years remain, they must pay for their redemption a larger share of the price paid for them. Leviticus 25:50-52 (in Context) Leviticus 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Leviticus 25:52 If only a few years remain until the Year of Jubilee, they are to compute that and pay for their redemption accordingly. Leviticus 25:51-53 (in Context) Leviticus 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Numbers 3:48 Give the money for the redemption of the additional Israelites to Aaron and his sons.” Numbers 3:47-49 (in Context) Numbers 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Numbers 3:49 So Moses collected the redemption money from those who exceeded the number redeemed by the Levites. Numbers 3:48-50 (in Context) Numbers 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Numbers 3:51 Moses gave the redemption money to Aaron and his sons, as he was commanded by the word of the LORD. Numbers 3:50-51 (in Context) Numbers 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Numbers 18:16 When they are a month old, you must redeem them at the redemption price set at five shekels of silver, according to the sanctuary shekel, which weighs twenty gerahs. Numbers 18:15-17 (in Context) Numbers 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Ruth 4:7 (Now in earlier times in Israel, for the redemption and transfer of property to become final, one party took off his sandal and gave it to the other. This was the method of legalizing transactions in Israel.) Ruth 4:6-8 (in Context) Ruth 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ek-spek-tey-shuhn]  Show IPA noun

1. the act or the state of expecting: to wait in expectation.

2. the act or state of looking forward or anticipating.

3. an expectant mental attitude: a high pitch of expectation.

4. something expected; a thing looked forward to.

5. Often, expectations. a prospect of future good or profit: to have great expectations.

6. the degree of probability that something will occur: There is little expectation that he will come.

7. Statistics. mathematical expectation.

8. the state of being expected: a large sum of money in expectation.

  1. Ezekiel 19:5 “‘When she saw her hope unfulfilled, her expectation gone, she took another of her cubs and made him a strong lion. Ezekiel 19:4-6 (in Context) Ezekiel 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Romans 8:19 For the creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed. Romans 8:18-20 (in Context) Romans 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 2 Corinthians 8:5 And they exceeded our expectations: They gave themselves first of all to the Lord, and then by the will of God also to us. 2 Corinthians 8:4-6 (in Context) 2 Corinthians 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Hebrews 10:27 but only a fearful expectation of judgment and of raging fire that will consume the enemies of God. Hebrews 10:26-28 (in Context) Hebrews 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[uhn-der-stan-ding]  Show IPA noun

1. mental process of a person who comprehends; comprehension; personal interpretation: My understanding of the word does not agree with yours.

2. intellectual faculties; intelligence; mind: a quick understanding.

3. superior power of discernment; enlightened intelligence: With her keen understanding she should have become a leader.

4. knowledge of or familiarity with a particular thing; skill in dealing with or handling something: an understanding of accounting practice.

5. a state of cooperative or mutually tolerant relations between people: To him, understanding and goodwill were the supreme virtues.

6. a mutual agreement, especially of a private, unannounced, or tacit kind: They had an understanding about who would dothe dishes.

7. an agreement regulating joint activity or settling differences, often informal or preliminary in character: After hours of negotiation, no understanding on a new contract was reached.

8. Philosophy.

a. the power of abstract thought; logical power.

b. Kantianism. the mental faculty resolving the sensory manifold into the transcendental unity of apperception.

  1. Exodus 31:3 and I have filled him with the Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge and with all kinds of skills— Exodus 31:2-4 (in Context) Exodus 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 35:31 and he has filled him with the Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge and with all kinds of skills— Exodus 35:30-32 (in Context) Exodus 35 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Deuteronomy 1:13 Choose some wise, understanding and respected men from each of your tribes, and I will set them over you.” Deuteronomy 1:12-14 (in Context) Deuteronomy 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Deuteronomy 4:6 Observe them carefully, for this will show your wisdom and understanding to the nations, who will hear about all these decrees and say, “Surely this great nation is a wise and understanding people.” Deuteronomy 4:5-7 (in Context) Deuteronomy 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Deuteronomy 32:21 They made me jealous by what is no god and angered me with their worthless idols. I will make them envious by those who are not a people; I will make them angry by a nation that has no understanding. Deuteronomy 32:20-22 (in Context) Deuteronomy 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Judges 13:18 He replied, “Why do you ask my name? It is beyond understanding. ” Judges 13:17-19 (in Context) Judges 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 1 Kings 4:29Solomon’s Wisdom ] God gave Solomon wisdom and very great insight, and a breadth of understanding as measureless as the sand on the seashore. 1 Kings 4:28-30 (in Context) 1 Kings 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 1 Kings 7:14 whose mother was a widow from the tribe of Naphtali and whose father was from Tyre and a skilled craftsman in bronze. Huram was filled with wisdom, with understanding and with knowledge to do all kinds of bronze work. He came to King Solomon and did all the work assigned to him. 1 Kings 7:13-15 (in Context) 1 Kings 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 1 Chronicles 22:12 May the LORD give you discretion and understanding when he puts you in command over Israel, so that you may keep the law of the LORD your God. 1 Chronicles 22:11-13 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 2 Chronicles 30:22 Hezekiah spoke encouragingly to all the Levites, who showed good understanding of the service of the LORD. For the seven days they ate their assigned portion and offered fellowship offerings and praised the LORD, the God of their ancestors. 2 Chronicles 30:21-23 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[wiz-duhm]  Show IPA noun

1. the quality or state of being wise;  knowledge of what is true or right coupled with just judgment as to action; sagacity, discernment, or insight.

2. scholarly knowledge or learning: the wisdom of the schools.

3. wise  sayings or teachings; precepts.

4. a wise  act or saying.

5. ( initial capital letter ) Douay Bible . Wisdom of Solomon.

  1. Genesis 3:6 When the woman saw that the fruit of the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it. Genesis 3:5-7 (in Context) Genesis 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 28:3 Tell all the skilled workers to whom I have given wisdom in such matters that they are to make garments for Aaron, for his consecration, so he may serve me as priest. Exodus 28:2-4 (in Context) Exodus 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 31:3 and I have filled him with the Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge and with all kinds of skills— Exodus 31:2-4 (in Context) Exodus 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 35:31 and he has filled him with the Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge and with all kinds of skills— Exodus 35:30-32 (in Context) Exodus 35 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Deuteronomy 4:6 Observe them carefully, for this will show your wisdom and understanding to the nations, who will hear about all these decrees and say, “Surely this great nation is a wise and understanding people.” Deuteronomy 4:5-7 (in Context) Deuteronomy 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Deuteronomy 34:9 Now Joshua son of Nun was filled with the spirit of wisdom because Moses had laid his hands on him. So the Israelites listened to him and did what the LORD had commanded Moses. Deuteronomy 34:8-10 (in Context) Deuteronomy 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 2 Samuel 14:20 Your servant Joab did this to change the present situation. My lord has wisdom like that of an angel of God—he knows everything that happens in the land.” 2 Samuel 14:19-21 (in Context) 2 Samuel 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 1 Kings 2:6 Deal with him according to your wisdom, but do not let his gray head go down to the grave in peace. 1 Kings 2:5-7 (in Context) 1 Kings 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 1 Kings 2:9 But now, do not consider him innocent. You are a man of  wisdom; you will know what to do to him. Bring his gray head down to the grave in blood.” 1 Kings 2:8-10 (in Context) 1 Kings 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 1 Kings 3:1Solomon Asks for Wisdom ] Solomon made an alliance with Pharaoh king of Egypt and married his daughter. He brought her to the City of David until he finished building his palace and the temple of the LORD, and the wall around Jerusalem. 1 Kings 3:1-3 (in Context) 1 Kings 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[hev-uhn]  Show IPA noun

1. the abode of God, the angels, and the spirits of the righteous after death; the place or state of existence of the blessed after the mortal life.

2. ( initial capital letter ) Often, Heavens. the celestial powers; God.

3. a metonym for God (used in expressions of emphasis,surprise, etc.): For heaven’s sake!

4. heavens,

a. (used interjectionally to express emphasis, surprise,etc.): Heavens, what a cold room!

b. ( used with a singular verb ) a wooden roof or canopy over the outer stage of an Elizabethan theater.

5. Usually, heavens. the sky, firmament, or expanse of space surrounding the earth.

6. a place or state of supreme happiness: She made his life a heaven on earth.

  1. Genesis 1:1The Beginning ] In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 2:1 Thus the heavens and the earth were completed in all their vast array. Genesis 2:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 2:4Adam and Eve ] This is the account of the heavens and the earth when they were created, when the LORD God made the earth and the heavens. Genesis 2:3-5 (in Context) Genesis 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 6:17 I am going to bring floodwaters on the earth to destroy all life under the heavens, every creature that has the breath of life in it. Everything on earth will perish. Genesis 6:16-18 (in Context) Genesis 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 7:11 In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, on the seventeenth day of the second month—on that day all the springs of the great deep burst forth, and the floodgates of the heavens were opened. Genesis 7:10-12 (in Context) Genesis 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Genesis 7:19 They rose greatly on the earth, and all the high mountains under the entire heavens were covered. Genesis 7:18-20 (in Context) Genesis 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Genesis 8:2 Now the springs of the deep and the floodgates of the heavens had been closed, and the rain had stopped falling from the sky. Genesis 8:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Genesis 11:4 Then they said, “Come, let us build ourselves a city, with a tower that reaches to the heavens, so that we may make a name for ourselves; otherwise we will be scattered over the face of the whole earth.” Genesis 11:3-5 (in Context) Genesis 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Genesis 19:24 Then the LORD rained down burning sulfur on Sodom and Gomorrah—from the LORD out of the heavens. Genesis 19:23-25 (in Context) Genesis 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Exodus 20:11 For in six days the LORD made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, but he rested on the seventh day. Therefore the LORD blessed the Sabbath day and made it holy. Exodus 20:10-12 (in Context) Exodus 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[nol-ij]  Show IPA noun

1. acquaintance with facts, truths, or principles, as from study or investigation; general erudition: knowledge of many things.

2. familiarity or conversance, as with a particular subject or branch of learning: A knowledge of accounting was necessary for the job.

3. acquaintance or familiarity gained by sight, experience, or report: a knowledge of human nature.

4. the fact or state of knowing;  the perception of fact or truth; clear and certain mental apprehension.

5. awareness, as of a fact or circumstance: He had knowledge of her good fortune.

    1. Genesis 2:9 The LORD God made all kinds of trees grow out of the ground—trees that were pleasing to the eye and good for food. In the middle of the garden were the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Genesis 2:8-10 (in Context) Genesis 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    2. Genesis 2:17 but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat from it you will certainly die.” Genesis 2:16-18 (in Context) Genesis 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    3. Exodus 31:3 and I have filled him with the Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge and with all kinds of skills— Exodus 31:2-4 (in Context) Exodus 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    4. Exodus 35:31 and he has filled him with the Spirit of God, with wisdom, with understanding, with knowledge and with all kinds of skills— Exodus 35:30-32 (in Context) Exodus 35 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    5. Numbers 24:16 the prophecy of one who hears the words of God, who has knowledge from the Most High, who sees a vision from the Almighty, who falls prostrate, and whose eyes are opened: Numbers 24:15-17 (in Context) Numbers 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    6. 1 Kings 7:14 whose mother was a widow from the tribe of Naphtali and whose father was from Tyre and a skilled craftsman in bronze. Huram was filled with wisdom, with understanding and with knowledge to do all kinds of bronze work. He came to King Solomon and did all the work assigned to him. 1 Kings 7:13-15 (in Context) 1 Kings 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    7. 2 Chronicles 1:10 Give me wisdom and knowledge, that I may lead this people, for who is able to govern this great people of yours?” 2 Chronicles 1:9-11 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    8. 2 Chronicles 1:11 God said to Solomon, “Since this is your heart’s desire and you have not asked for wealth, possessions or honor, nor for the death of your enemies, and since you have not asked for a long life but for wisdom and knowledge to govern my people over whom I have made you king, 2 Chronicles 1:10-12 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    9. 2 Chronicles 1:12 therefore wisdom and knowledge will be given you. And I will also give you wealth, possessions and honor, such as no king who was before you ever had and none after you will have.” 2 Chronicles 1:11-13 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    10. Job 21:22 “Can anyone teach knowledge to God, since he judges even the highest? Job 21:21-23 (in Context) Job 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[kair]  Show IPA noun, verb, cared, car·ing. noun

1. a state of mind in which one is troubled; worry, anxiety, or concern: He was never free from care.

2. a cause or object of worry, anxiety, concern, etc.: Their son has always been a great care to them.

3. serious attention; solicitude; heed; caution: She devotes great care to her work.

4. protection; charge: He is under the care of a doctor.

5. temporary keeping, as for the benefit of or until claimed by the owner: He left his valuables in the care of friends. Address my mail in care of the American Embassy.

1 Timothy 5:4 But if a widow has children or grandchildren, these should learn first of all to put their religion into practice by caring for their own family and so repaying their parents and grandparents, for this is pleasing to God. 1 Timothy 5:3-5 (in Context) 1 Timothy 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ig-zawl-tid]  Show IPA adjective

1. raised or elevated, as in rank or character; of high station: an exalted personage.

2. noble or elevated; lofty: an exalted style of writing.

3. rapturously excited. (Rapurously):


[rap-cher-uhs]  Show IPA adjective

1. full of, feeling, or manifesting ecstatic joy or delight.

2. characterized by, attended with, or expressive of such rapture: rapturous praise.

    1. Exodus 15:1The Song of Moses and Miriam ] Then Moses and the Israelites sang this song to the LORD: “I will sing to the LORD, for he is highly exalted. Both horse and driver he has hurled into the sea. Exodus 15:1-3 (in Context) Exodus 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    2. Exodus 15:21 Miriam sang to them: “Sing to the LORD, for he is highly exalted. Both horse and driver he has hurled into the sea.” Exodus 15:20-22 (in Context) Exodus 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    3. Numbers 24:7 Water will flow from their buckets; their seed will have abundant water. “Their king will be greater than Agag; their kingdom will be exalted. Numbers 24:6-8 (in Context) Numbers 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    4. Joshua 4:14 That day the LORD exalted Joshua in the sight of all Israel; and they stood in awe of him all the days of his life, just as they had stood in awe of Moses. Joshua 4:13-15 (in Context) Joshua 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    5. 2 Samuel 5:12 Then David knew that the LORD had established him as king over Israel and had exalted his kingdom for the sake of his people Israel. 2 Samuel 5:11-13 (in Context) 2 Samuel 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    6. 2 Samuel 22:47 “The LORD lives! Praise be to my Rock! Exalted be my God, the Rock, my Savior! 2 Samuel 22:46-48 (in Context) 2 Samuel 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    7. 2 Samuel 22:49 who sets me free from my enemies. You exalted me above my foes; from a violent man you rescued me. 2 Samuel 22:48-50 (in Context) 2 Samuel 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    8. 2 Samuel 23:1David’s Last Words ] These are the last words of David: “The inspired utterance of David son of Jesse, the utterance of the man exalted by the Most High, the man anointed by the God of Jacob, the hero of Israel’s songs: 2 Samuel 23:1-3 (in Context) 2 Samuel 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    9. 1 Chronicles 14:2 And David knew that the LORD had established him as king over Israel and that his kingdom had been highly exalted for the sake of his people Israel. 1 Chronicles 14:1-3 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    10. 1 Chronicles 17:17 And as if this were not enough in your sight, my God, you have spoken about the future of the house of your servant. You, LORD God, have looked on me as though I were the most exalted of men. 1 Chronicles 17:16-18 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ik-stohl, -stol]  Show IPA verb (used with object), ex·tolled, ex·tol·ling.

1. to praise highly; laud; eulogize: to extol the beauty of Naples.

  1. 1 Chronicles 16:4 He appointed some of the Levites to minister before the ark of the LORD, to extol, thank, and praise the LORD, the God of Israel: 1 Chronicles 16:3-5 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Job 36:24 Remember to extol his work, which people have praised in song. Job 36:23-25 (in Context) Job 36 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Psalm 34:1Psalm 34 ] Of David. When he pretended to be insane before Abimelek, who drove him away, and he left. I will extol the LORD at all times; his praise will always be on my lips. Psalm 34:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Psalm 68:4 Sing to God, sing in praise of his name, extol him who rides on the clouds ; rejoice before him—his name is the LORD. Psalm 68:3-5 (in Context) Psalm 68 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Psalm 95:2 Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song. Psalm 95:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 95 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Psalm 109:30 With my mouth I will greatly extol the LORD; in the great throng of worshipers I will praise him. Psalm 109:29-31 (in Context) Psalm 109 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Psalm 111:1Psalm 111 ] Praise the LORD. I will extol the LORD with all my heart in the council of the upright and in the assembly. Psalm 111:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 111 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Psalm 115:18 it is we who extol the LORD, both now and forevermore. Praise the LORD. Psalm 115:17-18 (in Context) Psalm 115 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Psalm 117:1 Praise the LORD, all you nations; extol him, all you peoples. Psalm 117:1-2 (in Context) Psalm 117 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Psalm 145:2 Every day I will praise you and extol your name for ever and ever. Psalm 145:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 145 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[in-her-i-tuhns]  Show IPA noun

1. something that is or may be inherited;  property passing at the owner’s death to the heir or those entitled to succeed; legacy.

2. the genetic characters transmitted from parent to off spring, taken collectively.

3. something, as a quality, characteristic, or other immaterial possession, received from progenitors or predecessors as if by succession: an inheritance of family pride.

4. the act or fact of inheriting  by succession, as if by succession, or genetically: to receive property by inheritance.

5. portion; birthright; heritage: Absolute rule was considered the inheritance of kings.

6. Obsolete. right of possession; ownership.

  1. Genesis 21:10 and she said to Abraham, “Get rid of that slave woman and her son, for that woman’s son will never share in the inheritance with my son Isaac.” Genesis 21:9-11 (in Context) Genesis 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 31:14 Then Rachel and Leah replied, “Do we still have any share in the inheritance of our father’s estate? Genesis 31:13-15 (in Context) Genesis 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 15:17 You will bring them in and plant them on the mountain of your inheritance— the place, LORD, you made for your dwelling, the sanctuary, Lord, your hands established. Exodus 15:16-18 (in Context) Exodus 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 32:13 Remember your servants Abraham, Isaac and Israel, to whom you swore by your own self: ‘I will make your descendants as numerous as the stars in the sky and I will give your descendants all this land I promised them, and it will be their inheritance forever.’” Exodus 32:12-14 (in Context) Exodus 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Exodus 34:9 “Lord,” he said, “if I have found favor in your eyes, then let the Lord go with us. Although this is a stiff-necked people, forgive our wickedness and our sin, and take us as your inheritance.” Exodus 34:8-10 (in Context) Exodus 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Leviticus 20:24 But I said to you, “You will possess their land; I will give it to you as an inheritance, a land flowing with milk and honey.” I am the LORD your God, who has set you apart from the nations. Leviticus 20:23-25 (in Context) Leviticus 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Numbers 16:14 Moreover, you haven’t brought us into a land flowing with milk and honey or given us an inheritance of fields and vineyards. Do you want to treat these men like slaves ? No, we will not come!” Numbers 16:13-15 (in Context) Numbers 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Numbers 18:20 The LORD said to Aaron, “You will have no inheritance in their land, nor will you have any share among them; I am your share and your inheritance among the Israelites. Numbers 18:19-21 (in Context) Numbers 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Numbers 18:21 “I give to the Levites all the tithes in Israel as their inheritance in return for the work they do while serving at the tent of meeting. Numbers 18:20-22 (in Context) Numbers 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Numbers 18:23 It is the Levites who are to do the work at the tent of meeting and bear the responsibility for any offenses they commit against it. This is a lasting ordinance for the generations to come. They will receive no inheritance among the Israelites. Numbers 18:22-24 (in Context) Numbers 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[uh-gree-muhnt]  Show IPA noun

1. the act of agreeing or of coming to a mutual arrangement.

2. the state of being in accord.

3. an arrangement that is accepted by all parties to a transaction.

4. a contract or other document delineating such an arrangement.

5. unanimity of opinion; harmony in feeling: agreement among the members of the faculty.

  1. Genesis 26:28 They answered, “We saw clearly that the LORD was with you; so we said, ‘There ought to be a sworn agreement between us’—between us and you. Let us make a treaty with you Genesis 26:27-29 (in Context) Genesis 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 34:15 We will enter into an agreement with you on one condition only: that you become like us by circumcising all your males. Genesis 34:14-16 (in Context) Genesis 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 2 Samuel 3:12 Then Abner sent messengers on his behalf to say to David, “Whose land is it? Make an agreement with me, and I will help you bring all Israel over to you.” 2 Samuel 3:11-13 (in Context) 2 Samuel 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 2 Samuel 3:13 “Good,” said David. “I will make an agreement with you. But I demand one thing of you: Do not come into my presence unless you bring Michal daughter of Saul when you come to see me.” 2 Samuel 3:12-14 (in Context) 2 Samuel 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Nehemiah 9:38The Agreement of the People ] “In view of all this, we are making a binding agreement, putting it in writing, and our leaders, our Levites and our priests are affixing their seals to it.” Nehemiah 9:37-38 (in Context) Nehemiah 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Job 2:11 When Job’s three friends, Eliphaz the Temanite, Bildad the Shuhite and Zophar the Naamathite, heard about all the troubles that had come upon him, they set out from their homes and met together by agreement to go and sympathize with him and comfort him. Job 2:10-12 (in Context) Job 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Job 41:4 Will it make an agreement with you for you to take it as your slave for life? Job 41:3-5 (in Context) Job 41 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Isaiah 28:15 You boast, “We have entered into a covenant with death, with the realm of the dead we have made an agreement. When an overwhelming scourge sweeps by, it cannot touch us, for we have made a lie our refuge and falsehood our hiding place.” Isaiah 28:14-16 (in Context) Isaiah 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Isaiah 28:18 Your covenant with death will be annulled; your agreement with the realm of the dead will not stand. When the overwhelming scourge sweeps by, you will be beaten down by it. Isaiah 28:17-19 (in Context) Isaiah 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Daniel 11:23 After coming to an agreement with him, he will act deceitfully, and with only a few people he will rise to power. Daniel 11:22-24 (in Context) Daniel 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[kree-ey-shuhn]  Show IPA noun

1. the act of producing or causing to exist; the act of creating; engendering.

2. the fact of being created.

3. something that is or has been created.

4. the Creation, the original bringing into existence of the universe by God.

5. the world; universe.

  1. Psalm 96:13 Let all creation rejoice before the LORD, for he comes, he comes to judge the earth. He will judge the world in righteousness and the peoples in his faithfulness. Psalm 96:12-13 (in Context) Psalm 96 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Habakkuk 2:18 “Of what value is an idol carved by a craftsman? Or an image that teaches lies? For the one who makes it trusts in his own creation; he makes idols that cannot speak. Habakkuk 2:17-19 (in Context) Habakkuk 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Matthew 13:35 So was fulfilled what was spoken through the prophet: “I will open my mouth in parables, I will utter things hidden since the creation of the world.” Matthew 13:34-36 (in Context) Matthew 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Matthew 25:34 “Then the King will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world. Matthew 25:33-35 (in Context) Matthew 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Mark 10:6 “But at the beginning of creation God ‘made them male and female.’ Mark 10:5-7 (in Context) Mark 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Mark 16:15 He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation. Mark 16:14-16 (in Context) Mark 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. John 17:24 “Father, I want those you have given me to be with me where I am, and to see my glory, the glory you have given me because you loved me before the creation of the world. John 17:23-25 (in Context) John 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Romans 1:20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. Romans 1:19-21 (in Context) Romans 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Romans 8:19 For the creation waits in eager expectation for the children of God to be revealed. Romans 8:18-20 (in Context) Romans 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Romans 8:20 For the creation was subjected to frustration, not by its own choice, but by the will of the one who subjected it, in hope Romans 8:19-21 (in Context) Romans 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[uh-noint]  Show IPA verb (used with object)

1. to rub or sprinkle on; apply an unguent, ointment, or oily liquid to.

2. to smear with any liquid.

3. to consecrate or make sacred in a ceremony that includes the token applying of oil: He anointed the new high priest.

4. to dedicate to the service of God.

  1. Genesis 31:13 I am the God of Bethel, where you anointed a pillar and where you made a vow to me. Now leave this land at once and go back to your native land.’” Genesis 31:12-14 (in Context) Genesis 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 29:29 “Aaron’s sacred garments will belong to his descendants so that they can be anointed and ordained in them. Exodus 29:28-30 (in Context) Exodus 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 40:15 Anoint them just as you anointed their father, so they may serve me as priests. Their anointing will be to a priesthood that will continue throughout their generations.” Exodus 40:14-16 (in Context) Exodus 40 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Leviticus 4:3 “‘If the anointed priest sins, bringing guilt on the people, he must bring to the LORD a young bull without defect as a sin offering for the sin he has committed. Leviticus 4:2-4 (in Context) Leviticus 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Leviticus 4:5 Then the anointed priest shall take some of the bull’s blood and carry it into the tent of meeting. Leviticus 4:4-6 (in Context) Leviticus 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Leviticus 4:16 Then the anointed priest is to take some of the bull’s blood into the tent of meeting. Leviticus 4:15-17 (in Context) Leviticus 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Leviticus 6:20 “This is the offering Aaron and his sons are to bring to the LORD on the day he is anointed: a tenth of an ephah of the finest flour as a regular grain offering, half of it in the morning and half in the evening. Leviticus 6:19-21 (in Context) Leviticus 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Leviticus 6:22 The son who is to succeed him as anointed priest shall prepare it. It is the LORD’s perpetual share and is to be burned completely. Leviticus 6:21-23 (in Context) Leviticus 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Leviticus 7:36 On the day they were anointed, the LORD commanded that the Israelites give this to them as their perpetual share for the generations to come. Leviticus 7:35-37 (in Context) Leviticus 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Leviticus 8:10 Then Moses took the anointing oil and anointed the tabernacle and everything in it, and so consecrated them. Leviticus 8:9-11 (in Context) Leviticus 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations 



[sur-vis]  Show IPA noun, adjective, verb, serv·iced, serv·ic·ing. noun

1. an act of helpful activity; help; aid: to do someone a service.

2. the supplying or supplier of utilities or commodities, as water, electricity, or gas, required or demanded by the public.

3. the providing or a provider of accommodation and activities required by the public, as maintenance, repair, etc.: The manufacturer guarantees service and parts.

4. the organized system of apparatus, appliances, employees, etc., for supplying some accommodation required by the public: a television repair service.

5. the supplying or a supplier of public communication and transportation: telephone service; bus service.

6. the performance of duties or the duties performed as or by a waiter or servant; occupation or employment as a waiter or servant.

7. employment in any duties or work for a person, organization, government, etc.

8. a department of public employment, an administrative division of a government, or the body of public servants in it: the diplomatic service.

9. the duty or work of public servants.

10. the serving of a sovereign, state, or government in some official capacity.

11. Military.

a. the armed forces: in the service.

b. a branch of the armed forces, as the army or navy: Which service were you in during the war?

12. Ordnance. the actions required in loading and firing a cannon: service of the piece.

13. Often, services. the performance of any duties or work for another; helpful or professional activity: medical services.

14. something made or done by a commercial organization for the public benefit and without regard to direct profit: Certain books are published at a loss as a public service.

15. Also called divine service. public religious worship according to prescribed form and order.

  1. Genesis 41:46 Joseph was thirty years old when he entered the service of Pharaoh king of Egypt. And Joseph went out from Pharaoh’s presence and traveled throughout Egypt. Genesis 41:45-47 (in Context) Genesis 41 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 50:2 Then Joseph directed the physicians in his service to embalm his father Israel. So the physicians embalmed him, Genesis 50:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 50 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 14:5 When the king of Egypt was told that the people had fled, Pharaoh and his officials changed their minds about them and said, “What have we done? We have let the Israelites go and have lost their services!” Exodus 14:4-6 (in Context) Exodus 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Exodus 27:19 All the other articles used in the service of the tabernacle, whatever their function, including all the tent pegs for it and those for the courtyard, are to be of bronze. Exodus 27:18-20 (in Context) Exodus 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Exodus 30:16 Receive the atonement money from the Israelites and use it for the service of the tent of meeting. It will be a memorial for the Israelites before the LORD, making atonement for your lives.” Exodus 30:15-17 (in Context) Exodus 30 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Exodus 35:21 and everyone who was willing and whose heart moved them came and brought an offering to the LORD for the work on the tent of meeting, for all its service, and for the sacred garments. Exodus 35:20-22 (in Context) Exodus 35 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Leviticus 22:9 “‘The priests are to perform my service in such a way that they do not become guilty and die for treating it with contempt. I am the LORD, who makes them holy. Leviticus 22:8-10 (in Context) Leviticus 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Leviticus 25:53 They are to be treated as workers hired from year to year; you must see to it that those to whom they owe service do not rule over them ruthlessly. Leviticus 25:52-54 (in Context) Leviticus 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Numbers 4:24 “This is the service of the Gershonite clans in their carrying and their other work: Numbers 4:23-25 (in Context) Numbers 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Numbers 4:26 the curtains of the courtyard surrounding the tabernacle and altar, the curtain for the entrance to the courtyard, the ropes and all the equipment used in the service of the tent. The Gershonites are to do all that needs to be done with these things. Numbers 4:25-27 (in Context) Numbers 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[sur-vuhnt]  Show IPA noun

1. a person employed by another, especially to perform domestic duties.

2. a person in the service  of another.

3. a person employed by the government: a public servant.

  1. Genesis 12:16 He treated Abram well for her sake, and Abram acquired sheep and cattle, male and female donkeys, male and female servants, and camels. Genesis 12:15-17 (in Context) Genesis 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 15:3 And Abram said, “You have given me no children; so a servant in my household will be my heir.” Genesis 15:2-4 (in Context) Genesis 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 18:3 He said, “If I have found favor in your eyes, my lord, do not pass your servant by. Genesis 18:2-4 (in Context) Genesis 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 18:5 Let me get you something to eat, so you can be refreshed and then go on your way—now that you have come to your servant.” “Very well,” they answered, “do as you say.” Genesis 18:4-6 (in Context) Genesis 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 18:7 Then he ran to the herd and selected a choice, tender calf and gave it to a servant, who hurried to prepare it. Genesis 18:6-8 (in Context) Genesis 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Genesis 19:2 “My lords,” he said, “please turn aside to your servant’s house. You can wash your feet and spend the night and then go on your way early in the morning.” “No,” they answered, “we will spend the night in the square.” Genesis 19:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Genesis 19:19 Your servant has found favor in your eyes, and you have shown great kindness to me in sparing my life. But I can’t flee to the mountains; this disaster will overtake me, and I’ll die. Genesis 19:18-20 (in Context) Genesis 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Genesis 21:25 Then Abraham complained to Abimelek about a well of water that Abimelek’s servants had seized. Genesis 21:24-26 (in Context) Genesis 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Genesis 22:3 Early the next morning Abraham got up and loaded his donkey. He took with him two of his servants and his son Isaac. When he had cut enough wood for the burnt offering, he set out for the place God had told him about. Genesis 22:2-4 (in Context) Genesis 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Genesis 22:5 He said to his servants, “Stay here with the donkey while I and the boy go over there. We will worship and then we will come back to you.” Genesis 22:4-6 (in Context) Genesis 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[uh-buhn-duhnt]  Show IPA adjective

1. present in great quantity; more than adequate; over sufficient: an abundant supply of water.

2. well supplied; abounding: a river abundant in salmon.

3. richly supplied: an abundant land.

  1. Genesis 24:35 The LORD has blessed my master abundantly, and he has become wealthy. He has given him sheep and cattle, silver and gold, male and female servants, and camels and donkeys. Genesis 24:34-36 (in Context) Genesis 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Numbers 24:7 Water will flow from their buckets; their seed will have abundant water. “Their king will be greater than Agag; their kingdom will be exalted. Numbers 24:6-8 (in Context) Numbers 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Deuteronomy 28:11 The LORD will grant you abundant prosperity—in the fruit of your womb, the young of your livestock and the crops of your ground—in the land he swore to your ancestors to give you. Deuteronomy 28:10-12 (in Context) Deuteronomy 28 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Deuteronomy 32:2 Let my teaching fall like rain and my words descend like dew, like showers on new grass, like abundant rain on tender plants. Deuteronomy 32:1-3 (in Context) Deuteronomy 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Joshua 17:14 The people of Joseph said to Joshua, “Why have you given us only one allotment and one portion for an inheritance? We are a numerous people, and the LORD has blessed us abundantly.” Joshua 17:13-15 (in Context) Joshua 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 2 Chronicles 11:23 He acted wisely, dispersing some of his sons throughout the districts of Judah and Benjamin, and to all the fortified cities. He gave them abundant provisions and took many wives for them. 2 Chronicles 11:22-23 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Nehemiah 5:18 Each day one ox, six choice sheep and some poultry were prepared for me, and every ten days an abundant supply of wine of all kinds. In spite of all this, I never demanded the food allotted to the governor, because the demands were heavy on these people. Nehemiah 5:17-19 (in Context) Nehemiah 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Nehemiah 9:37 Because of our sins, its abundant harvest goes to the kings you have placed over us. They rule over our bodies and our cattle as they please. We are in great distress. Nehemiah 9:36-38 (in Context) Nehemiah 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Esther 1:7 Wine was served in goblets of gold, each one different from the other, and the royal wine was abundant, in keeping with the king’s liberality. Esther 1:6-8 (in Context) Esther 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Job 36:28 the clouds pour down their moisture and abundant showers fall on mankind. Job 36:27-29 (in Context) Job 36 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[pash-uhn]  Show IPA noun

1. any powerful or compelling emotion or feeling, as love or hate.

2. strong amorous feeling or desire; love; ardor.

3. strong sexual desire; lust.

4. an instance or experience of strong love or sexual desire.

5. a person toward whom one feels strong love or sexual desire. PASSION:

  1. Psalm 11:5 The LORD examines the righteous, but the wicked, those who love violence, he hates with a passion. Psalm 11:4-6 (in Context) Psalm 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Hosea 7:6 Their hearts are like an oven; they approach him with intrigue. Their passion smolders all night; in the morning it blazes like a flaming fire. Hosea 7:5-7 (in Context) Hosea 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Romans 7:5 For when we were in the realm of the flesh, the sinful passions aroused by the law were at work in us, so that we bore fruit for death. Romans 7:4-6 (in Context) Romans 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 1 Corinthians 7:9 But if they cannot control themselves, they should marry, for it is better to marry than to burn with passion. 1 Corinthians 7:8-10 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. 1 Corinthians 7:36 If anyone is worried that he might not be acting honorably toward the virgin he is engaged to, and if his passions are too strong and he feels he ought to marry, he should do as he wants. He is not sinning. They should get married. 1 Corinthians 7:35-37 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Galatians 5:24 Those who belong to Christ Jesus have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires. Galatians 5:23-25 (in Context) Galatians 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 1 Thessalonians 4:5 not in passionate lust like the pagans, who do not know God; 1 Thessalonians 4:4-6 (in Context) 1 Thessalonians 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Titus 2:12 It teaches us to say “No” to ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in this present age, Titus 2:11-13 (in Context) Titus 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Titus 3:3 At one time we too were foolish, disobedient, deceived and enslaved by all kinds of passions and pleasures. We lived in malice and envy, being hated and hating one another. Titus 3:2-4 (in Context) Titus 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[luhv]  Show noun

1. a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person.

2. a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent, child, or friend.

3. sexual passion or desire.

4. a person toward whom love is felt; beloved person; sweetheart.

5. (used in direct address as a term of endearment, affection,or the like): Would you like to see a movie, love.

  1. Genesis 4:1Cain and Abel ] Adam made love to his wife Eve, and she became pregnant and gave birth to Cain. She said, “With the help of the LORD I have brought forth a man.” Genesis 4:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 4:17 Cain made love to his wife, and she became pregnant and gave birth to Enoch. Cain was then building a city, and he named it after his son Enoch. Genesis 4:16-18 (in Context) Genesis 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 4:25 Adam made love to his wife again, and she gave birth to a son and named him Seth, saying, “God has granted me another child in place of Abel, since Cain killed him.” Genesis 4:24-26 (in Context) Genesis 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 20:13 And when God had me wander from my father’s household, I said to her, ‘This is how you can show your love to me: Everywhere we go, say of me, “He is my brother.”’” Genesis 20:12-14 (in Context) Genesis 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 22:2 Then God said, “Take your son, your only son, whom you love—Isaac—and go to the region of Moriah. Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering on a mountain I will show you.” Genesis 22:1-3 (in Context) Genesis 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Genesis 24:67 Isaac brought her into the tent of his mother Sarah, and he married Rebekah. So she became his wife, and he loved her; and Isaac was comforted after his mother’s death. Genesis 24:66-67 (in Context) Genesis 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Genesis 25:28 Isaac, who had a taste for wild game, loved Esau, but Rebekah loved Jacob. Genesis 25:27-29 (in Context) Genesis 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Genesis 29:17 Leah had weak eyes, but Rachel had a lovely figure and was beautiful. Genesis 29:16-18 (in Context) Genesis 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Genesis 29:18 Jacob was in love with Rachel and said, “I’ll work for you seven years in return for your younger daughter Rachel.” Genesis 29:17-19 (in Context) Genesis 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Genesis 29:20 So Jacob served seven years to get Rachel, but they seemed like only a few days to him because of his love for her. Genesis 29:19-21 (in Context) Genesis 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[pruh-vahyd]  Show IPA verb, pro·vid·ed, pro·vid·ing. verb (used with object)

1. to make available; furnish: to provide employees with various benefits.

2. to supply or equip: to provide the army with new fighter planes.

3. to afford or yield.

4. Law. to arrange for or stipulate beforehand, as by a provision  or proviso.

5. Archaic. to prepare or procure beforehand.

  1. Genesis 22:8 Abraham answered, “God himself will provide the lamb for the burnt offering, my son.” And the two of them went on together. Genesis 22:7-9 (in Context) Genesis 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Genesis 22:14 So Abraham called that place The LORD Will Provide. And to this day it is said, “On the mountain of the LORD it will be provided.” Genesis 22:13-15 (in Context) Genesis 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Genesis 43:24 The steward took the men into Joseph’s house, gave them water to wash their feet and provided fodder for their donkeys. Genesis 43:23-25 (in Context) Genesis 43 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Genesis 45:11 I will provide for you there, because five years of famine are still to come. Otherwise you and your household and all who belong to you will become destitute.’ Genesis 45:10-12 (in Context) Genesis 45 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Genesis 47:12 Joseph also provided his father and his brothers and all his father’s household with food, according to the number of their children. Genesis 47:11-13 (in Context) Genesis 47 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Genesis 49:16 “Dan will provide justice for his people as one of the tribes of Israel. Genesis 49:15-17 (in Context) Genesis 49 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Genesis 49:20 “Asher’s food will be rich; he will provide delicacies fit for a king. Genesis 49:19-21 (in Context) Genesis 49 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Genesis 50:21 So then, don’t be afraid. I will provide for you and your children.” And he reassured them and spoke kindly to them. Genesis 50:20-22 (in Context) Genesis 50 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Exodus 21:11 If he does not provide her with these three things, she is to go free, without any payment of money. Exodus 21:10-12 (in Context) Exodus 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Exodus 27:16 “For the entrance to the courtyard, provide a curtain twenty cubits long, of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen—the work of an embroiderer—with four posts and four bases. Exodus 27:15-17 (in Context) Exodus 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[uhp-rahyt, uhp-rahyt]  Show IPA adjective

1. erect or vertical, as in position or posture.

2. raised or directed vertically or upward.

3. adhering to rectitude; righteous, honest, or just: an upright person.

4. being in accord with what is right: upright dealings.

  1. Genesis 37:7 We were binding sheaves of grain out in the field when suddenly my sheaf rose and stood upright, while your sheaves gathered around mine and bowed down to it.” Genesis 37:6-8 (in Context) Genesis 37 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 26:15 “Make upright frames of acacia wood for the tabernacle. Exodus 26:14-16 (in Context) Exodus 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 36:20 They made upright frames of acacia wood for the tabernacle. Exodus 36:19-21 (in Context) Exodus 36 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Deuteronomy 32:4 He is the Rock, his works are perfect, and all his ways are just. A faithful God who does no wrong, upright and just is he. Deuteronomy 32:3-5 (in Context) Deuteronomy 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. 1 Kings 2:32 The LORD will repay him for the blood he shed, because without my father David knowing it he attacked two men and killed them with the sword. Both of them—Abner son of Ner, commander of Israel’s army, and Amasa son of Jether, commander of Judah’s army—were better men and more upright than he. 1 Kings 2:31-33 (in Context) 1 Kings 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 1 Kings 3:6 Solomon answered, “You have shown great kindness to your servant, my father David, because he was faithful to you and righteous and upright in heart. You have continued this great kindness to him and have given him a son to sit on his throne this very day. 1 Kings 3:5-7 (in Context) 1 Kings 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 1 Kings 7:28 This is how the stands were made: They had side panels attached to uprights. 1 Kings 7:27-29 (in Context) 1 Kings 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 1 Kings 7:29 On the panels between the uprights were lions, bulls and cherubim—and on the uprights as well. Above and below the lions and bulls were wreaths of hammered work. 1 Kings 7:28-30 (in Context) 1 Kings 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 1 Kings 9:4 “As for you, if you walk before me faithfully with integrity of heart and uprightness, as David your father did, and do all I command and observe my decrees and laws, 1 Kings 9:3-5 (in Context) 1 Kings 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Job 1:1Prologue ] In the land of Uz there lived a man whose name was Job. This man was blameless and upright; he feared God and shunned evil. Job 1:1-3 (in Context) Job 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[en-door, -dyoor]  Show IPA verb, en·dured, en·dur·ing. verb (used with object)

1. to hold out against; sustain without impairment or yielding; undergo: to endure great financial pressures with equanimity.

2. to bear without resistance or with patience; tolerate: I cannot endure your insults any longer.

3. to admit of; allow; bear: His poetry is such that it will not endure a superficial reading.

  1. Genesis 8:22 “As long as the earth endures, seedtime and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night will never cease.” Genesis 8:21-22 (in Context) Genesis 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. 1 Samuel 13:14 But now your kingdom will not endure; the LORD has sought out a man after his own heart and appointed him ruler of his people, because you have not kept the LORD’s command.” 1 Samuel 13:13-15 (in Context) 1 Samuel 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 2 Samuel 7:16 Your house and your kingdom will endure forever before me ; your throne will be established forever.’” 2 Samuel 7:15-17 (in Context) 2 Samuel 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 1 Chronicles 16:34 Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever. 1 Chronicles 16:33-35 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. 1 Chronicles 16:41 With them were Heman and Jeduthun and the rest of those chosen and designated by name to give thanks to the LORD, “for his love endures forever.” 1 Chronicles 16:40-42 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. 2 Chronicles 5:13 The trumpeters and musicians joined in unison to give praise and thanks to the LORD. Accompanied by trumpets, cymbals and other instruments, the singers raised their voices in praise to the LORD and sang: “He is good; his love endures forever.” Then the temple of the LORD was filled with the cloud, 2 Chronicles 5:12-14 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 2 Chronicles 7:3 When all the Israelites saw the fire coming down and the glory of the LORD above the temple, they knelt on the pavement with their faces to the ground, and they worshiped and gave thanks to the LORD, saying, “He is good; his love endures forever.” 2 Chronicles 7:2-4 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 2 Chronicles 7:6 The priests took their positions, as did the Levites with the LORD’s musical instruments, which King David had made for praising the LORD and which were used when he gave thanks, saying, “His love endures forever.” Opposite the Levites, the priests blew their trumpets, and all the Israelites were standing. 2 Chronicles 7:5-7 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 2 Chronicles 20:21 After consulting the people, Jehoshaphat appointed men to sing to the LORD and to praise him for the splendor of his holiness as they went out at the head of the army, saying: “Give thanks to the LORD, for his love endures forever.” 2 Chronicles 20:20-22 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Ezra 3:11 With praise and thanksgiving they sang to the LORD: “He is good; his love toward Israel endures forever.” And all the people gave a great shout of praise to the LORD, because the foundation of the house of the LORD was laid. Ezra 3:10-12 (in Context) Ezra 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations


    1.  Example Sentences Origin


      [struhk-cher]  Show IPA noun, verb, struc·tured, struc·tur·ing. noun

      1. mode of building, construction, or organization; arrangement of parts, elements, or constituents: a pyramidal structure.

      2. something built or constructed, as a building, bridge, or dam.

      3. a complex system considered from the point of view of the whole rather than of any single part: the structure of modern science.

      4. anything composed of parts arranged together in some way; an organization.

      5. the relationship or organization of the component parts of a work of art or literature: the structure of a poem.
    1. 1 Kings 6:5 Against the walls of the main hall and inner sanctuary he built a structure around the building, in which there were side rooms. 1 Kings 6:4-6 (in Context) 1 Kings 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    2. 1 Kings 7:9 All these structures, from the outside to the great courtyard and from foundation to eaves, were made of blocks of high-grade stone cut to size and smoothed on their inner and outer faces. 1 Kings 7:8-10 (in Context) 1 Kings 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    3. 1 Chronicles 29:1Gifts for Building the Temple ] Then King David said to the whole assembly: “My son Solomon, the one whom God has chosen, is young and inexperienced. The task is great, because this palatial structure is not for man but for the LORD God. 1 Chronicles 29:1-3 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    4. 1 Chronicles 29:19 And give my son Solomon the wholehearted devotion to keep your commands, statutes and decrees and to do everything to build the palatial structure for which I have provided.” 1 Chronicles 29:18-20 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    5. Ezekiel 1:16 This was the appearance and structure of the wheels: They sparkled like topaz, and all four looked alike. Each appeared to be made like a wheel intersecting a wheel. Ezekiel 1:15-17 (in Context) Ezekiel 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    6. Ezekiel 41:7 The side rooms all around the temple were wider at each successive level. The structure surrounding the temple was built in ascending stages, so that the rooms widened as one went upward. A stairway went up from the lowest floor to the top floor through the middle floor. Ezekiel 41:6-8 (in Context) Ezekiel 41 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[gos-puhl]  Show IPA noun

1. the teachings of Jesus and the apostles; the Christian revelation.

2. the story of Christ’s life and teachings, especially as contained in the first four books of the new testament, namely Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.

3. ( usually initial capital letter ) any of these four books.

4. something regarded as true and implicitly believed: to take his report for gospel.

5. a doctrine regarded as of prime importance: political gospel.

6. glad tidings, especially concerning salvation and the kingdom of God as announced to the world by Christ.

7. ( often initial capital letter ) Ecclesiastical . an extract from one of the four Gospels, forming part of the Eucharistic service in certain churches.

8. gospel music.

    1. Matthew 24:14 And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come. Matthew 24:13-15 (in Context) Matthew 24 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    2. Matthew 26:13 Truly I tell you, wherever this gospel is preached throughout the world, what she has done will also be told, in memory of her.” Matthew 26:12-14 (in Context) Matthew 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    3. Mark 8:35 For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me and for the gospel will save it. Mark 8:34-36 (in Context) Mark 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    4. Mark 10:29 “Truly I tell you,” Jesus replied, “no one who has left home or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for me and the gospel Mark 10:28-30 (in Context) Mark 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    5. Mark 13:10 And the gospel must first be preached to all nations. Mark 13:9-11 (in Context) Mark 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    6. Mark 14:9 Truly I tell you, wherever the gospel is preached throughout the world, what she has done will also be told, in memory of her.” Mark 14:8-10 (in Context) Mark 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    7. Mark 16:15 He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation. Mark 16:14-16 (in Context) Mark 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    8. John 20:30The Purpose of John’s Gospel ] Jesus performed many other signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not recorded in this book. John 20:29-31 (in Context) John 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    9. Acts 8:25 After they had further proclaimed the word of the Lord and testified about Jesus, Peter and John returned to Jerusalem, preaching the gospel in many Samaritan villages. Acts 8:24-26 (in Context) Acts 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
    10. Acts 8:40 Philip, however, appeared at Azotus and traveled about, preaching the gospel in all the towns until he reached Caesarea. Acts 8:39-40 (in Context) Acts 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[ig-ner-uhns]  Show IPA noun.

1. the state or fact of being ignorant;  lack of knowledge, learning, information, etc.

  1. Ezekiel 45:20 You are to do the same on the seventh day of the month for anyone who sins unintentionally or through ignorance; so you are to make atonement for the temple. Ezekiel 45:19-21 (in Context) Ezekiel 45 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Acts 3:17 “Now, brothers and sisters, I know that you acted in ignorance, as did your leaders. Acts 3:16-18 (in Context) Acts 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Acts 17:30 In the past God overlooked such ignorance, but now he commands all people everywhere to repent. Acts 17:29-31 (in Context) Acts 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Ephesians 4:18 They are darkened in their understanding and separated from the life of God because of the ignorance that is in them due to the hardening of their hearts. Ephesians 4:17-19 (in Context) Ephesians 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. 1 Timothy 1:13 Even though I was once a blasphemer and a persecutor and a violent man, I was shown mercy because I acted in ignorance and unbelief. 1 Timothy 1:12-14 (in Context) 1 Timothy 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Hebrews 9:7 But only the high priest entered the inner room, and that only once a year, and never without blood, which he offered for himself and for the sins the people had committed in ignorance. Hebrews 9:6-8 (in Context) Hebrews 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 1 Peter 1:14 As obedient children, do not conform to the evil desires you had when you lived in ignorance. 1 Peter 1:13-15 (in Context) 1 Peter 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[mi-sahy-uh]  Show IPA noun

1. the promised and expected deliverer of the Jewish people.

2. Jesus Christ, regarded by Christians as fulfilling this promise and expectation. John 4:25, 26.

3. ( usually lowercase ) any expected deliverer.

4. ( usually lowercase ) a zealous leader of some cause or project.

5. ( italics ) an oratorio (1742) by George Frideric Handel.

  1. Matthew 1:1The Genealogy of Jesus the Messiah ] This is the genealogy of Jesus the Messiah the son of David, the son of Abraham: Matthew 1:1-3 (in Context) Matthew 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Matthew 1:16 and Jacob the father of Joseph, the husband of Mary, and Mary was the mother of Jesus who is called the Messiah. Matthew 1:15-17 (in Context) Matthew 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Matthew 1:17 Thus there were fourteen generations in all from Abraham to David, fourteen from David to the exile to Babylon, and fourteen from the exile to the Messiah. Matthew 1:16-18 (in Context) Matthew 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Matthew 1:18Joseph Accepts Jesus as His Son ] This is how the birth of Jesus the Messiah came about : His mother Mary was pledged to be married to Joseph, but before they came together, she was found to be pregnant through the Holy Spirit. Matthew 1:17-19 (in Context) Matthew 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Matthew 2:1The Magi Visit the Messiah ] After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi from the east came to Jerusalem Matthew 2:1-3 (in Context) Matthew 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Matthew 2:4 When he had called together all the people’s chief priests and teachers of the law, he asked them where the Messiah was to be born. Matthew 2:3-5 (in Context) Matthew 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Matthew 11:2 When John, who was in prison, heard about the deeds of the Messiah, he sent his disciples Matthew 11:1-3 (in Context) Matthew 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Matthew 16:13Peter Declares That Jesus Is the Messiah ] When Jesus came to the region of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, “Who do people say the Son of Man is?” Matthew 16:12-14 (in Context) Matthew 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Matthew 16:16 Simon Peter answered, “You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God.” Matthew 16:15-17 (in Context) Matthew 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Matthew 16:20 Then he ordered his disciples not to tell anyone that he was the Messiah. Matthew 16:19-21 (in Context) Matthew 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[re-truh-byoo-shuhn]  Show IPA noun

1. requital according to merits or deserts, especially for evil.

2. something given or inflicted in such requital.

3. Theology. the distribution of rewards and punishments in a future life.

  1. Psalm 69:22 May the table set before them become a snare; may it become retribution and a trap. Psalm 69:21-23 (in Context) Psalm 69 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Isaiah 34:8 For the LORD has a day of vengeance, a year of retribution, to uphold Zion’s cause. Isaiah 34:7-9 (in Context) Isaiah 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Isaiah 35:4 say to those with fearful hearts, “Be strong, do not fear; your God will come, he will come with vengeance; with divine retribution he will come to save you.” Isaiah 35:3-5 (in Context) Isaiah 35 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Isaiah 59:18 According to what they have done, so will he repay wrath to his enemies and retribution to his foes; he will repay the islands their due. Isaiah 59:17-19 (in Context) Isaiah 59 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Jeremiah 51:56 A destroyer will come against Babylon; her warriors will be captured, and their bows will be broken. For the LORD is a God of retribution; he will repay in full. Jeremiah 51:55-57 (in Context) Jeremiah 51 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Romans 11:9 And David says: “May their table become a snare and a trap, a stumbling block and a retribution for them. Romans 11:8-10 (in Context) Romans 11 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[im-uh-ral-i-tee, im-aw-]  Show IPA noun, plural im·mo·ral·i·ties.

1. immoral  quality, character, or conduct; wickedness; evilness.

2. sexual misconduct.

3. an immoral  act.

  1. Numbers 25:1Moab Seduces Israel ] While Israel was staying in Shittim, the men began to indulge in sexual immorality with Moabite women, Numbers 25:1-3 (in Context) Numbers 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Jeremiah 3:9 Because Israel’s immorality mattered so little to her, she defiled the land and committed adultery with stone and wood. Jeremiah 3:8-10 (in Context) Jeremiah 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Matthew 5:32 But I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, makes her the victim of adultery, and anyone who marries a divorced woman commits adultery. Matthew 5:31-33 (in Context) Matthew 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Matthew 15:19 For out of the heart come evil thoughts—murder, adultery, sexual immorality, theft, false testimony, slander. Matthew 15:18-20 (in Context) Matthew 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Matthew 19:9 I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for sexual immorality, and marries another woman commits adultery.” Matthew 19:8-10 (in Context) Matthew 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Mark 7:21 For it is from within, out of a person’s heart, that evil thoughts come—sexual immorality, theft, murder, Mark 7:20-22 (in Context) Mark 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Acts 15:20 Instead we should write to them, telling them to abstain from food polluted by idols, from sexual immorality, from the meat of strangled animals and from blood. Acts 15:19-21 (in Context) Acts 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Acts 15:29 You are to abstain from food sacrificed to idols, from blood, from the meat of strangled animals and from sexual immorality. You will do well to avoid these things. Farewell. Acts 15:28-30 (in Context) Acts 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Acts 21:25 As for the Gentile believers, we have written to them our decision that they should abstain from food sacrificed to idols, from blood, from the meat of strangled animals and from sexual immorality.” Acts 21:24-26 (in Context) Acts 21 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Romans 13:13 Let us behave decently, as in the daytime, not in carousing and drunkenness, not in sexual immorality and debauchery, not in dissension and jealousy. Romans 13:12-14 (in Context) Romans 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[rev-uh-ley-shuhn]  Show IPA noun

1. the act of revealing or disclosing; disclosure.

2. something revealed or disclosed, especially a striking disclosure, as of something not before realized.


a. God’s disclosure of Himself and His will to His creatures.

b. an instance of such communication or disclosure.

c. something thus communicated or disclosed.

d. something that contains such disclosure, as the Bible.

4. ( initial capital letter ) Also called Revelations, The Revelation of St. John the Divine. the last book in the new testament; the Apocalypse. Abbreviation:  Rev.

  1. 2 Samuel 7:17 Nathan reported to David all the words of this entire revelation. 2 Samuel 7:16-18 (in Context) 2 Samuel 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. 1 Chronicles 17:15 Nathan reported to David all the words of this entire revelation. 1 Chronicles 17:14-16 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Proverbs 29:18 Where there is no revelation, people cast off restraint; but blessed is the one who heeds wisdom’s instruction. Proverbs 29:17-19 (in Context) Proverbs 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Daniel 10:1Daniel’s Vision of a Man ] In the third year of Cyrus king of Persia, a revelation was given to Daniel (who was called Belteshazzar). Its message was true and it concerned a great war. The understanding of the message came to him in a vision. Daniel 10:1-3 (in Context) Daniel 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Habakkuk 2:2The LORD’s Answer ] Then the LORD replied: “Write down the revelation and make it plain ontablets so that a herald may run with it. Habakkuk 2:1-3 (in Context) Habakkuk 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Habakkuk 2:3 For the revelation awaits an appointed time; it speaks of the end and will not prove false. Though it linger, wait for it; it will certainly come and will not delay. Habakkuk 2:2-4 (in Context) Habakkuk 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Luke 2:32 a light for revelation to the Gentiles, and the glory of your people Israel.” Luke 2:31-33 (in Context) Luke 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Romans 16:25 Now to him who is able to establish you in accordance with my gospel, the message I proclaim about Jesus Christ, in keeping with the revelation of the mystery hidden for long ages past, Romans 16:24-26 (in Context) Romans 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 1 Corinthians 14:6 Now, brothers and sisters, if I come to you and speak in tongues, what good will I be to you, unless I bring you some revelation or knowledge or prophecy or word of instruction? 1 Corinthians 14:5-7 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 1 Corinthians 14:26Good Order in Worship ] What then shall we say, brothers and sisters? When you come together, each of you has a hymn, or a word of instruction, a revelation, a tongue or an interpretation. Everything must be done so that the church may be built up. 1 Corinthians 14:25-27 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations


1. Thou shalt have no other gods.

2. No graven images or likenesses.

3. Not take the LORD’s name in vain.

4. Remember the Sabbath day.

5. Honour thy father and thy mother.

6. Thou shalt not kill.

7. Thou shalt not commit adultery.

8. Thou shalt not steal.

9. Thou shalt not bear false witness.

10. Thou shalt not covet.

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS: Cultural Dictionary Ten Commandments definition The commandments engraved on stone tablets and given to Moses by God on Mount Sinai. These commandments are the heart of the divine law in the Old Testament. The usual enumeration is: (I) I am the Lord thy God; thou shalt have no other gods before me. (II) Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain. (III) Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. (IV) Honor thy father and thy mother. (V) Thou shalt not kill. (VI) Thou shalt not commit adultery. (VII) Thou shalt not steal. (VIII) Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. (IX) Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s house. (X) Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbor’s.

  1. Exodus 20 The Ten Commandments ] And God spoke all these words: “I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery. “You shall have no other gods before me. …
  1. Exodus 20:1The Ten Commandments ] And God spoke all these words: Exodus 20:1-3 (in Context) Exodus 20 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 34:28 Moses was there with the LORD forty days and forty nights without eating bread or drinking water. And he wrote on the tablets the words of the covenant—the Ten Commandments. Exodus 34:27-29 (in Context) Exodus 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Deuteronomy 4:13 He declared to you his covenant, the Ten Commandments, which he commanded you to follow and then wrote them on two stone tablets. Deuteronomy 4:12-14 (in Context) Deuteronomy 4 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Deuteronomy 5:1The Ten Commandments ] Moses summoned all Israel and said: Hear, Israel, the decrees and laws I declare in your hearing today. Learn them and be sure to follow them. Deuteronomy 5:1-3 (in Context) Deuteronomy 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Deuteronomy 10:4 The LORD wrote on these tablets what he had written before, the Ten Commandments he had proclaimed to you on the mountain, out of the fire, on the day of the assembly. And the LORD gave them to me. Deuteronomy 10:3-5 (in Context) Deuteronomy 10 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[pree-sept]  Show IPA noun

1. a commandment or direction given as a rule of action or conduct.

2. an injunction as to moral conduct; maxim.

3. a procedural directive or rule, as for the performance of some technical operation.

4. Law.

a. a writ or warrant.

b. a written order issued pursuant to law, as a sheriff’s order for an election.

  1. Deuteronomy 33:10 He teaches your precepts to Jacob and your law to Israel. He offers incense before you and whole burnt offerings on your altar. Deuteronomy 33:9-11 (in Context) Deuteronomy 33 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Psalm 19:8 The precepts of the LORD are right, giving joy to the heart. The commands of the LORD are radiant, giving light to the eyes. Psalm 19:7-9 (in Context) Psalm 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Psalm 103:18 with those who keep his covenant and remember to obey his precepts. Psalm 103:17-19 (in Context) Psalm 103 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Psalm 105:45 that they might keep his precepts and observe his laws. Praise the LORD. Psalm 105:44-45 (in Context) Psalm 105 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Psalm 111:7 The works of his hands are faithful and just; all his precepts are trustworthy. Psalm 111:6-8 (in Context) Psalm 111 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Psalm 111:10 The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom; all who follow his precepts have good understanding. To him belongs eternal praise. Psalm 111:9-10 (in Context) Psalm 111 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Psalm 119:4 You have laid down precepts that are to be fully obeyed. Psalm 119:3-5 (in Context) Psalm 119 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Psalm 119:15meditate on your precepts and consider your ways. Psalm 119:14-16 (in Context) Psalm 119 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Psalm 119:27 Cause me to understand the way of your precepts, that I may meditate on your wonderful deeds. Psalm 119:26-28 (in Context) Psalm 119 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Psalm 119:40 How I long for your precepts! In your righteousness preserve my life. Psalm 119:39-41 (in Context) Psalm 119 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[stach-oot, -oot]  Show IPA noun

1. Law. a. an enactment made by a legislature and expressed in a formal document. b. the document in which such an enactment is expressed.

2. International Law. an instrument annexed or subsidiary to an international agreement, as a treaty.

3. a permanent rule established by an organizationcorporation, etc., to govern its internal affairs.

  1. 2 Kings 17:15 They rejected his decrees and the covenant he had made with their ancestors and the statutes he had warned them to keep. They followed worthless idols and themselves became worthless. They imitated the nations around them although the LORD had ordered them, “Do not do as they do.” 2 Kings 17:14-16 (in Context) 2 Kings 17 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. 2 Kings 23:3 The king stood by the pillar and renewed the covenant in the presence of the LORD—to follow the LORD and keep his commands, statutes and decrees with all his heart and all his soul, thus confirming the words of the covenant written in this book. Then all the people pledged themselves to the covenant. 2 Kings 23:2-4 (in Context) 2 Kings 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 1 Chronicles 29:19 And give my son Solomon the wholehearted devotion to keep your commands, statutes and decrees and to do everything to build the palatial structure for which I have provided.” 1 Chronicles 29:18-20 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 29 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 2 Chronicles 34:31 The king stood by his pillar and renewed the covenant in the presence of the LORD—to follow the LORD and keep his commands, statutes and decrees with all his heart and all his soul, and to obey the words of the covenant written in this book. 2 Chronicles 34:30-32 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 34 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Nehemiah 9:34 Our kings, our leaders, our priests and our ancestors did not follow your law; they did not pay attention to your commands or the statutes you warned them to keep. Nehemiah 9:33-35 (in Context) Nehemiah 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Psalm 19:7 The law of the LORD is perfect, refreshing the soul. The statutes of the LORD are trustworthy, making wise the simple. Psalm 19:6-8 (in Context) Psalm 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Psalm 78:5 He decreed statutes for Jacob and established the law in Israel, which he commanded our ancestors to teach their children, Psalm 78:4-6 (in Context) Psalm 78 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Psalm 78:56 But they put God to the test and rebelled against the Most High; they did not keep his statutes. Psalm 78:55-57 (in Context) Psalm 78 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Psalm 89:30 “If his sons forsake my law and do not follow my statutes, Psalm 89:29-31 (in Context) Psalm 89 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Psalm 93:5 Your statutes, LORD, stand firm; holiness adorns your house for endless days. Psalm 93:4-5 (in Context) Psalm 93 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations


  1. 2 Chronicles 31:21 In everything that he undertook in the service of God’s temple and in obedience to the law and the commands, he sought his God and worked wholeheartedly. And so he prospered. 2 Chronicles 31:20-21 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 31 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Job 38:33 Do you know the laws of the heavens? Can you set up God’s dominion over the earth? Job 38:32-34 (in Context) Job 38 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Psalm 78:10 they did not keep God’s covenant and refused to live by his law. Psalm 78:9-11 (in Context) Psalm 78 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Luke 7:30 But the Pharisees and the experts in the law rejected God’s purpose for themselves, because they had not been baptized by John.) Luke 7:29-31 (in Context) Luke 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Romans 2:13 For it is not those who hear the law who are righteous in God’s sight, but it is those who obey the law who will be declared righteous. Romans 2:12-14 (in Context) Romans 2 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Romans 3:20 Therefore no one will be declared righteous in God’s sight by the works of the law; rather, through the law we become conscious of our sin. Romans 3:19-21 (in Context) Romans 3 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Romans 7:22 For in my inner being I delight in God’s law; Romans 7:21-23 (in Context) Romans 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Romans 7:25 Thanks be to God, who delivers me through Jesus Christ our Lord! So then, I myself in my mind am a slave to God’s law, but in my sinful nature a slave to the law of sin. Romans 7:24-25 (in Context) Romans 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Romans 8:7 The mind governed by the flesh is hostile to God; it does not submit to God’s law, nor can it do so. Romans 8:6-8 (in Context) Romans 8 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 1 Corinthians 9:21 To those not having the law I became like one not having the law (though I am not free from God’s law but am under Christ’s law), so as to win those not having the law. 1 Corinthians 9:20-22 (in Context) 1 Corinthians 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[juhj-muhnt]  Show IPA noun

1. an act or instance of judging.

2. the ability to judge, make a decision, or form an opinion objectively, authoritatively, and wisely, especially in matters affecting action; good sense; discretion: a man of sound judgment.

3. the demonstration or exercise of such ability or capacity: The major was decorated for the judgment he showed under fire.

4. the forming of an opinion, estimate, notion, or conclusion, as from circumstances presented to the mind: Our judgment as to the cause of his failure must rest on the evidence.

5. the opinion formed: He regretted his hasty judgment.

  1. Exodus 6:6 “Therefore, say to the Israelites: ‘I am the LORD, and I will bring you out from under the yoke of the Egyptians. I will free you from being slaves to them, and I will redeem you with an outstretched arm and with mighty acts of judgment. Exodus 6:5-7 (in Context) Exodus 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Exodus 7:4 he will not listen to you. Then I will lay my hand on Egypt and with mighty acts of judgment I will bring out my divisions, my people the Israelites. Exodus 7:3-5 (in Context) Exodus 7 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Exodus 12:12 “On that same night I will pass through Egypt and strike down every firstborn of both people and animals, and I will bring judgment on all the gods of Egypt. I am the LORD. Exodus 12:11-13 (in Context) Exodus 12 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Numbers 33:4 who were burying all their firstborn, whom the LORD had struck down among them; for the LORD had brought judgment on their gods. Numbers 33:3-5 (in Context) Numbers 33 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Deuteronomy 1:17 Do not show partiality in judging; hear both small and great alike. Do not be afraid of anyone, for judgment belongs to God. Bring me any case too hard for you, and I will hear it.” Deuteronomy 1:16-18 (in Context) Deuteronomy 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Deuteronomy 32:41 when I sharpen my flashing sword and my hand grasps it in judgment, I will take vengeance on my adversaries and repay those who hate me. Deuteronomy 32:40-42 (in Context) Deuteronomy 32 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Deuteronomy 33:21 He chose the best land for himself; the leader’s portion was kept for him. When the heads of the people assembled, he carried out the LORD’s righteous will, and his judgments concerningIsrael.” Deuteronomy 33:20-22 (in Context) Deuteronomy 33 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 1 Samuel 25:33 May you be blessed for your good judgment and for keeping me from bloodshed this day and from avenging myself with my own hands. 1 Samuel 25:32-34 (in Context) 1 Samuel 25 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 2 Kings 1:1The LORD’s Judgment on Ahaziah ] After Ahab’s death, Moab rebelled against Israel. 2 Kings 1:1-3 (in Context) 2 Kings 1 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 1 Chronicles 16:12 Remember the wonders he has done, his miracles, and the judgments he pronounced, 1 Chronicles 16:11-13 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[rahy-chuhs-nis]  Show IPA noun

1. the quality or state of being righteous.

2. righteous conduct.

3. the quality or state of being just or rightful: They came to realize the righteousness of her position on the matter.

  1. Genesis 15:6 Abram believed the LORD, and he credited it to him as righteousness. Genesis 15:5-7 (in Context) Genesis 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Deuteronomy 6:25 And if we are careful to obey all this law before the LORD our God, as he has commanded us, that will be our righteousness.” Deuteronomy 6:24-25 (in Context) Deuteronomy 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. Deuteronomy 9:1Not Because of Israel’s Righteousness ] Hear, Israel: You are now about to cross the Jordan to go in and dispossess nations greater and stronger than you, with large cities that have walls up to the sky. Deuteronomy 9:1-3 (in Context) Deuteronomy 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. Deuteronomy 9:4 After the LORD your God has driven them out before you, do not say to yourself, “The LORD has brought me here to take possession of this land because of my righteousness.” No, it is on account of the wickedness of these nations that the LORD is going to drive them out before you. Deuteronomy 9:3-5 (in Context) Deuteronomy 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. Deuteronomy 9:5 It is not because of your righteousness or your integrity that you are going in to take possession of their land; but on account of the wickedness of these nations, the LORD your God will drive them out before you, to accomplish what he swore to your fathers, to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Deuteronomy 9:4-6 (in Context) Deuteronomy 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Deuteronomy 9:6 Understand, then, that it is not because of your righteousness that the LORD your God is giving you this good land to possess, for you are a stiff-necked people. Deuteronomy 9:5-7 (in Context) Deuteronomy 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. 1 Samuel 26:23 The LORD rewards everyone for their righteousness and faithfulness. The LORD delivered you into my hands today, but I would not lay a hand on the LORD’s anointed. 1 Samuel 26:22-24 (in Context) 1 Samuel 26 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. 2 Samuel 22:21 “The LORD has dealt with me according to my righteousness; according to the cleanness of my hands he has rewarded me. 2 Samuel 22:20-22 (in Context) 2 Samuel 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. 2 Samuel 22:25 The LORD has rewarded me according to my righteousness, according to my cleanness in his sight. 2 Samuel 22:24-26 (in Context) 2 Samuel 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. 2 Samuel 23:3 The God of Israel spoke, the Rock of Israel said to me: ‘When one rules over people in righteousness, when he rules in the fear of God, 2 Samuel 23:2-4 (in Context) 2 Samuel 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[sal-vey-shuhn]  Show IPA noun

1. the act of saving or protecting from harm, risk, loss, destruction, etc.

2. the state of being saved or protected from harm, risk, etc.

3. a source, cause or means of being saved or protected from harm, risk, etc.

4. Theology: deliverance from the power and penalty of sin; redemption.

  1. Exodus 15:2 “The LORD is my strength and my defense ; he has become my salvation. He is my God, and I will praise him, my father’s God, and I will exalt him. Exodus 15:1-3 (in Context) Exodus 15 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. 2 Samuel 22:3 my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation. He is my stronghold, my refuge and my savior— from violent people you save me. 2 Samuel 22:2-4 (in Context) 2 Samuel 22 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  3. 2 Samuel 23:5 “If my house were not right with God, surely he would not have made with me an everlasting covenant, arranged and secured in every part; surely he would not bring to fruition my salvation and grant me my every desire. 2 Samuel 23:4-6 (in Context) 2 Samuel 23 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  4. 1 Chronicles 16:23 Sing to the LORD, all the earth; proclaim his salvation day after day. 1 Chronicles 16:22-24 (in Context) 1 Chronicles 16 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  5. 2 Chronicles 6:41 “Now arise, LORD God, and come to your resting place, you and the ark of your might. May your priests, LORD God, be clothed with salvation, may your faithful people rejoice in your goodness. 2 Chronicles 6:40-42 (in Context) 2 Chronicles 6 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  6. Psalm 9:14 that I may declare your praises in the gates of Daughter Zion, and there rejoice in your salvation. Psalm 9:13-15 (in Context) Psalm 9 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  7. Psalm 13:5 But I trust in your unfailing love; my heart rejoices in your salvation. Psalm 13:4-6 (in Context) Psalm 13 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  8. Psalm 14:7 Oh, that salvation for Israel would come out of Zion! When the LORD restores his people, let Jacob rejoice and Israel be glad! Psalm 14:6-7 (in Context) Psalm 14 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  9. Psalm 18:2 The LORD is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. Psalm 18:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 18 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  10. Psalm 27:1 Of David. The LORD is my light and my salvation— whom shall I fear? The LORD is the stronghold of my life— of whom shall I be afraid? Psalm 27:1-3 (in Context) Psalm 27 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations



[trans-gresh-uhn, tranz-]  Show IPA noun

1. an act of transgressing; violation of a law, command, etc. ; sin.

  1. Psalm 19:13 Keep your servant also from willful sins; may they not rule over me. Then I will be blameless, innocent of great transgression. Psalm 19:12-14 (in Context) Psalm 19 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations
  2. Psalm 32:1 Of David. A maskil. Blessed is the one whose transgressions are