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1 PreNAB | and purpose of the book in terms of God's universal sovereignty, 2 Pent, Gen 23: 4(2) | worded in technical legal terms, lies in the fact that it 3 Pent, Gen 23: 16 | Abraham accepted Ephron'sterms; he weighed out to him the 4 Pent, Gen 30: 18(8) | Issachar: explained by the terms, sekari, "my reward," and 5 Pent, Gen 30: 20(9) | gift," is explained by the terms, zebadani . . . zebed tob, " 6 Pent, Gen 34: 2(2) | Greek text has "Horite"; the terms were apparently used indiscriminately 7 Pent, Gen 34: 17 | you do not comply with ourtermsregarding circumcision, 8 Pent, Gen 40: 13(1) | the dreams in equivocal terms. ~ 9 Pent, Deu 20: 10 | attack a city, first offer ittermsof peace. ~10Pent, Deu 20: 11 | 11 ~If it agrees to yourtermsof peace and opens its gates 11 Pent, Deu 29: 8 | 8 ~Keep thetermsof this covenant, therefore, 12 Pent, Jos 9: 21(2) | drawers of water: proverbial terms for the lowest social class 13 His, 1Sam 3: 17(2) | repeating for us the specific terms of a curse as the speaker 14 His, 1Kin 20: 34 | did in Samaria." "On theseterms," Ahab replied, "I will 15 His, 1Kin 21: 20(2) | family of Ahab in the same terms as were used against the 16 His, 2Kin 23: 3 | souls, thus reviving thetermsof the covenant which were 17 His, 2Chr 10: 1(1) | Contrast the Chronicler's own terms, those Israelites who lived 18 His, 2Chr 32: 17 | speaking of him in theseterms: "As the gods of the nations 19 His, 2Chr 34: 31 | soul, thus observing thetermsof the covenant written20His, Est Int | in mythological or cultic terms, as though Mordecai and 21 His, 1Mac 1: 30 | deceitfully in peacefulterms, and won their trust. Then 22 His, 1Mac 6: 58 | Therefore let us now come totermswith these men, and make 23 His, 1Mac 6: 61 | 61 ~he sent peacetermsto the Jews, and they accepted. 24 His, 1Mac 6: 61 | oath to them, and on thesetermsthey evacuated the fortification. ~ 25 His, 1Mac 7: 10 | his brothers in peacefulterms. ~ 26 His, 1Mac 8: 29 | 29 ~On thesetermsthe Romans have made an 27 His, 1Mac 10: 3 | Jonathan written in peacefulterms, to pay him honor; ~ 28 His, 1Mac 10: 17 | letter written in theseterms: ~ 29 His, 1Mac 11: 50 | 50 ~"Give us yourtermsand let the Jews stop attacking30His, 1Mac 13: 37 | willing to be on most peacefultermswith you and to write to 31 His, 1Mac 13: 47 | 47 ~So Simon came totermswith them and did not destroy 32 His, 2Mac 11: 14 | settle everything on justterms, and promising to persuade 33 His, 2Mac 11: 16 | 16 ~These are thetermsof the letter which Lysias 34 His, 2Mac 12: 4 | wishing to live on friendlyterms, accepted the invitation, 35 His, 2Mac 13: 23 | Jews, submitted to theirterms, and swore to observe their 36 His, 2Mac 14: 20 | a long discussion of theterms, each leader communicated 37 WisdB, Job 22: 21 | 21 ~Come totermswith him to be at peace. 38 WisdB, Psa Int | and they contain technical terms, many of them apparently 39 WisdB, Psa 31: 1(1) | affliction is couched in general terms. The psalmist feels overwhelmed40WisdB, Psa 40: 1(1) | describes the rescue in spatial terms - being raised up from the 41 WisdB, Psa 80: 12(4) | 15:18; 1 Kings 5:1. The terms may also have a mythic nuance - 42 WisdB, Psa 90: 1(1) | describes only in general terms the cause of the community' 43 WisdB, Son Int | Describing this relationship in terms of human love, the author 44 WisdB, Son Int | has been interpreted in terms of the union between Christ 45 WisdB, Wisd 4: 8 | nor can it be measured intermsof years. ~ 46 ProphB | Lamentations and Baruch. The terms "major" and "minor" refer 47 ProphB, Isa 2: 4 | the nations, and imposetermson many peoples. They shall 48 ProphB, Isa 2: 11(5) | prophets, and described in terms of natural phenomena: earthquake, 49 ProphB, Isa 5: 7(2) | Hebrew, these adversative terms constitute a play on words.~50ProphB, Isa 7: 14(7) | fulfill the divinely given terms of Immanuel's mission, and 51 ProphB, Isa 29: 17(5) | s plan of redemption in terms of unheard-of natural phenomena 52 ProphB, Isa 33: 8 | Covenants are broken, theirtermsare spurned; yet no man 53 ProphB, Jer 11: 3 | who does not observe thetermsof this covenant, ~ 54 ProphB, Jer 30: 21(3) | whom the Lord will be on terms of intimacy, as with the 55 ProphB, Jer 34: 18 | and did not observe thetermsof the agreement which they 56 ProphB, Jer 50: 21(4) | punishment," are here symbolic terms for Babylonia, though probably 57 ProphB, Dan 5: 26(4) | Daniel interprets these three terms by a play on the words: 58 ProphB, Hos Int | between Yahweh and Israel in terms of marriage. This symbolism 59 ProphB, Hos 2: 13(6) | pictures a restoration in terms of a new entry into the60ProphB, Hos 2: 18(8) | right and in justice: two terms dear to Hosea, used by him 61 ProphB, Hos 12: 2 | falsehoods are many: he comes totermswith Assyria, and carries 62 ProphB, Mic 4: 3 | many peoples and imposetermson strong and distant nations; 63 REPre | from traditional biblical terms that are easily understood 64 REPre | significant in the case of terms that have a specific theological 65 Gosp, Mat 3: 17(13)| Father's voice speaks in terms that reflect Isaiah 42:1; 66 Gosp, Mat 7: 6(4) | Dogs and swine were Jewish terms of contempt for Gentiles. 67 Gosp, Mat 16: 22(18)| disciple is addressed in terms that recall Jesus' dismissal 68 Gosp, Mat 16: 27(22)| described in Matthew 25:31 in terms almost identical with these.~ 69 Gosp, Mat 18: 19(16)| expressed in most general terms as anything for which they70Gosp, Mat 23: 16(11)| the Pharisees on their own terms.~ 71 Gosp, Mar 6: 3(3) | Simon: in Semitic usage, the terms "brother," "sister" are 72 Gosp, Mar 6: 3(3) | may have understood the terms literally; see also Mark 73 Gosp, Luk 3: 2(3) | call of John the Baptist in terms of the civil rulers of the 74 Gosp, Luk 14: 32 | delegation to ask for peaceterms. ~ 75 Gosp, Luk 21: 5(2) | from Mark 13 he has come to terms with what seemed to the 76 Gosp, Joh 1: 14(9) | represent two Old Testament terms describing Yahweh in covenant 77 Gosp, Joh 9: 22(5) | comment of the evangelist (in terms used again in John 12:42; 78 Gosp, Joh 13: 31(11)| Introduction: departure and return. Terms of coming and going predominate. 79 Gosp, Joh 14: 16(8) | although no one of these terms encompasses the meaning80Gosp, Act 1: 3(2) | expressed it therefore in terms of the sacred number forty ( 81 NTLet, Rom 6: 19 | I am speaking in humantermsbecause of the weakness 82 NTLet, Rom 9: 1(2) | apostle speaks in strong terms of the depth of his grief 83 NTLet, 1Cor 2: 13 | spiritual realities in spiritualterms.^{7}~ 84 NTLet, 1Cor 2: 13(7) | 13] In spiritual terms: the Spirit teaches spiritual 85 NTLet, 1Cor 3: 1(2) | clusters of concepts and terms to distinguish what later 86 NTLet, 1Cor 8: 6(3) | in personal and Christian terms. And for whom we exist: 87 NTLet, 1Cor 10: 1(1) | wilderness are described in terms that apply strictly only 88 NTLet, 1Cor 10: 14(7) | 10:14) and explained in terms of the effect of sacrifices: 89 NTLet, 1Cor 14: 2(2) | toward God in inarticulate terms that need interpretation90NTLet, 2Cor 1: 18(11)| of God. A number of the terms here, which appear related 91 NTLet, 2Cor 1: 21(12)| 21-22] The commercial terms gives us security, seal, 92 NTLet, 2Cor 1: 23(13)| These form two clusters of terms in the English translation: ( 93 NTLet, 2Cor 2: 12(3) | response in entirely positive terms, we never learn in detail 94 NTLet, 2Cor 3: 7(6) | enunciated in 2 Cor 3:6b in terms of the relative glory of 95 NTLet, 2Cor 5: 21(13)| expressed paradoxically in terms of sharing and exchange 96 NTLet, 2Cor 8: 2(5) | 2] Three more terms are now introduced. Test ( 97 NTLet, 2Cor 8: 7(9) | spoude): this or related terms occur also in 2 Cor 8:22 (" 98 NTLet, 2Cor 8: 9(10)| experience, expressed earlier in terms of life and death (2 Cor 99 NTLet, 2Cor 8: 9(10)| 21), is now rephrased in terms of poverty and wealth. Many100NTLet, 2Cor 10: 13(9) | is expressed here by two terms with overlapping meanings, 101 NTLet, 2Cor 11: 20(14)| activities of the "others" in terms that fill out the picture 102 NTLet, Gal 3: 15 | 15 ~^{9}Brothers, in humantermsI say that no one can annul 103 NTLet, Gal 4: 1(1) | 29 is now elaborated in terms of the Christian as the 104 NTLet, Eph Int | described in almost unparalleled terms with regard to the significant 105 NTLet, Eph 1: 3(3) | Eph 1:6, 12, 14). Some terms like chose (Eph 1:4) and 106 NTLet, Eph 2: 1(1) | Eph 1:20) is reiterated in terms of what God's great love ( 107 NTLet, Eph 2: 1(2) | and Easter experience. The terms in Eph 2:8-9 describe salvation 108 NTLet, Eph 2: 5(5) | risen Lord, is depicted in terms of realized eschatology, 109 NTLet, Eph 6: 10(1) | describes the Christian in terms of the dress and equipment110NTLet, Phi 3: 2(2) | these teachers in strong terms as dogs. The persons meant 111 NTLet, Phi 3: 2(2) | Philippians 3:2-4 emphasize Jewish terms like circumcision (Philippians 112 NTLet, Phi 3: 2(2) | enemies of Christ's cross in terms that may sound more Gentile 113 NTLet, Phi 3: 2(3) | personal, autobiographical terms that are appropriate to 114 NTLet, Phi 3: 2(3) | to know Christ Jesus in terms of righteousness or justification ( 115 NTLet, Phi 4: 8(6) | 8] The language employs terms from Roman Stoic thought.~ 116 NTLet, Phi 4: 10(8) | 4:14). While commercial terms appear in the passage, like 117 NTLet, Col 2: 11(5) | baptism (Col 2:12) in symbolic terms of the Old Testament rite 118 NTLet, Col 3: 8(5) | taken off; have put on: the terms may reflect baptismal practice, 119 NTLet, Col 3: 8(5) | translated into ethical terms.~120NTLet, 1The 2: 15(4) | typologically, in apocalyptic terms. His remarks give no grounds 121 NTLet, 2The 2: 3(3) | apocalyptic scenario depicting, in terms borrowed especially from 122 NTLet, 2The 2: 6(5) | meant (2 Thes 2:6), but the terms, seemingly found only in 123 NTLet, 1Tim 1: 18(10)| words in Greek. The Greek terms imply a lengthy engagement 124 NTLet, 1Tim 1: 20(11)| over to Satan: the same terms are used in the condemnation 125 NTLet, 2Tim Int | addresses Timothy in vivid terms (2 Tim 1:6-14; 2:1-13) and 126 NTLet, Tit Int | Titus 1:5-9; here the two terms refer to the same personages).~ 127 NTLet, Tit 1: 5(2) | and Acts 20:17, 28, the terms episkopos and presbyteros (" 128 NTLet, Tit 3: 1(2) | interpreters understand these terms as referring to the principalities 129 NTLet, Phl 0: 18(14)| technical legal and commercial terms in account keeping and acknowledgment130NTLet, Heb 1: 1(1) | Wisdom 7:26). These same terms are used of the Logos in 131 NTLet, Heb 10: 1(1) | understand his mission in terms of Psalm 40:5-7, cited according 132 NTLet, Heb 10: 8(4) | sin offerings: these four terms taken from the preceding 133 CathL, 1Pet 2: 11(6) | practical applications in terms of the virtues that should 134 CathL, 1Pet 4: 7(3) | the judgment draws near in terms of seriousness, sobriety, 135 CathL, 1Pet 4: 12(6) | presented in more severe terms. This has led some scholars 136 CathL, 2Pet 1: 3(3) | here in such Hellenistic terms, since it is said to be 137 CathL, 2Joh 0: 3(2) | letter adds mercy to the terms used frequently in a salutation 138 CathL, Jude | addressed in the most general terms to "those who are called, 139 CathL, Rev 1: 9(7) | him describe himself in terms meant to encourage Christians140CathL, Rev 12: 1(1) | judgment upon the world in terms of the wine of God's wrath ( 141 CathL, Rev 13: 11(7) | second beast is described in terms of the false prophets (cf

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