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  • King James Bible
    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: ELAH

    Elah: 1. (an oak, strength). The son and successor of Baasha king of Israel. (1 Kings 16:8-10) His reign laster for little more than a year; comp. ver. 8 with 10. (B.C. 928-7.) He was killed while drunk, by Zimri, in the...  more
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    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: EKRON

    Ekron: (torn up by the roots; emigration), one of the five towns belonging to the lords of the Philistines, and the most northerly of the five. (Joshua 13:3) Like the other Philistine cities its situation was in the...  more
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  • King James Bible
    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: JEPHTHAH

    Jephthah: (whom God sets free), A judge about B.C. 1143-1137. His history is contained in (Judges 11:1; Judges 12:8) He was a Gileadite, the son of Gilead and a concubine. Driven by the legitimate sons from his fathers...  more
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  • King James Bible
    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: MIZPAH

    Mizpah: and Mizpeh (a watch-tower), the name of several places in Palestine. The earliest of all, in order of the narrative, is the heap of stones piled up by Jacob and Laban, (Genesis 31:48) on Mount Gilead, ver. (Genesis...  more
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    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: OBLATION

    Oblation: OBLATION, noun [Latin oblatio, from offero; ob and fero, to bear or bring.]Any thing offered or presented in worship or sacred service; an offering; a sacrifice.Bring no more vain oblations. Isaiah 1:13.

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  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: WAST

    Wast: WAST, past tense of the substantive verb, in the second person; as, thou wast

    Used 66 times in the Bible First Reference: Genesis 3:11 Last Reference: Revelation 16:5
  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: AZARIAH

    Azariah: (whom the Lord helps) a common name in Hebrew, and especially in the families of the priests of the line of Eleazar, whose name has precisely the same meaning as Azariah. It is nearly identical, and is often...  more
  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: WHEREUNTO

    Whereunto: WHEREUNTO, adverb [where and unto.] The same as whereto. [Little used.]

    Used 27 times in the Bible First Reference: Numbers 36:3 Last Reference: 2 Peter 1:19