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Sunday, January 20, 2019

NEVER LOSE YOUR PRAISE


Grace and peace from God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.


NEVER LOSE YOUR PRAISE


There was a war. It all started when Satan and his angels rebelled against God in heaven. And if I had, they are proudly presumed to try their strength against Almighty God.


God made Satan be the seal of perfection. He was perfected in beauty. His beauty was full of wisdom he was perfect in harmony. Every precious stone was His covering. 


Satan allowed his beauty to go to his head. When he would praise God with the strings and the horns of his body the angels started to worship God, but He thought they were praising him. 


However, he was ever so beautiful his person became prideful, and his arrogance began to go to his head. He started to get delusional in his thinking no longer had a dependency on God. He began to praise himself.


When you lose your praise, you began to feed your flesh. 


Now you gravitate towards people to praise you instead of God. The flesh” refers to humanity’s indwelling sin and earthly lusts, which we have inherited from our forefathers. 


There is a battle between two forces, and in this battle, God is a jealous God. 


He is zealous (jealous) for our spirits. He wants us to be enthusiastic, with “God’s zeal” in this battle.


When you lose your praise. 


You have allowed your desire to succeed over Gods; you become unstable in all your ways.


God made Satan be the seal of perfection. He was perfected in beauty. His beauty was full of wisdom he was perfect in harmony. Every precious stone was His covering. 


Satan allowed his beauty to plague his mind with lies he was the first sinner and the first liar. 


He was the first to step out of the will of God. He was the first to step out of reality. He was the first to hate and the first to cause darkened doors to be dark, 


Psalm 100:3 New King James Version (NKJV)

Know that the Lord, He is God; It is He who has made us, and [a]not we; We are His people and the sheep of His pasture.


God who made him all by himself a put him to an open shame. 


When he would praise God with the strings and the horns of his body, the angels started to worship God, but He desires that praise.


Satan was  even so beautiful his person became prideful and his arrogance he longs for something that was never his, 


Satan became delusional when the angelic host of angels praise God he desires them to honor him. 


His thinking no longer had a dependency on presiding God He began to desire praise himself.


When you lose your praise, you began to feed your flesh. He believes the night. He was hype and wanted something that was not his. 


The flesh” refers to humanity’s indwelling sin and earthly lusts, which we have inherited from our forefathers.


God is a jealous God. He is zealous (jealous) for our spirits. 


He wants us to be zealous, with “God’s zeal” in this battle. Not enthusiastic in our flesh which cause and effects will cause you to lose your praise.


When you lose your praise. You allow, your desire to subside 


Over God ways. Now you have become unstable in all your ways.


Opposing forces you allow to enter in, opening the doors for flesh to come, 

The Bible speaks about these opposing spiritual forces: “the Holy Spirit” vs. the spirit of the antichrist.” 


Within the Holy Spirit is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God (Romans 12:2), while in the spirit of antichrist is the influence of the devil to exalt oneself and exclude God and His will. 


In this battle, God is zealous for us and provides us with this zeal as a driving force, an enthusiasm to attain God’s goal for us that we overcome the spirit of antichrist. 


This means that our human spirit is turned away from being directed toward everything out the will of God. 


In other words, instead of only being occupied with our interests and needs and the things of this earth, we become turned toward heaven and become united with God’s will, which is good, perfect, and eternal.


In this work with us, God is zealous, and He instills this zeal in us who believe in Him. 


God uses all the means at His disposal for this to succeed, in the ups and downs of life. 


He sends us circumstances in our lives that will show us the sin dwelling within us, and He gives us power and zeal to overcome the sin that wants to destroy our joy and peace in God.


He became conceded and desire to steal from God what was never his God praise. 


Again, the devil took Him to a very high mountain and showed Him all the kingdoms of the world and their glory. All this I will give You,” he said, “if You will fall and worship me.” Away from me, Satan!” Jesus declared. “For it is written: ‘Worship the Lord your God and serve Him only. Here


Satan desire to steal Gods praise wanting it all to himself. After all the angels in heaven praise him as they worship God and his head enlarge.


God’s desire is for all people to enter into this season of  development, by being delivered from the clutches of the fall of sin and partaking in a victorious life, as Paul describes in Romans 6:22


But now having been set free from sin, and having become slaves of God, you have your fruit to holiness, and the end, everlasting life.”


He wanted to devalue, God. God is a jealous God. He is enthusiastic about this work. He is jealous for our spirit, and He gives the necessary grace so that it will succeed.


When you praise God their’s a blessing in your praise. 


Your praise is priceless to God. No one can praise God as you can. 


Praise is personal to God. Praise decree and declare’s your relationship with God. 


Praise allows Blessing’s to fall. Approval will cause the enemy to flee. 


Never allow your flesh to praise itself. Never allow your muscle to have its way, never let your meat to honor itself by feeding it what it desires. 


What happens when you do this it gets harder and harder to control, 


Never allow your looks to become an instrument of your praise. Satan was Beautiful array in its high notes. 


Never denied your praise from God. Never try to put yourself on the same platform as God. 


God describes Himself as, “Jealous.” God’s nature. “For you shall worship no other god, for the Lord, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God.”  Exodus 34:14.


His behavior shows a high moral standard of self-made him. 


God jealously yearns for desires this spirit in us. Or do you think that the Scripture says in vain, 


The Spirit who dwells in us wants jealously’?”


God desired you to praise Him. He was one who bestowed Himself because in himself he is God all by himself.


The sailor was right when he saw the little boy fall overboard and waited a minute before he plunged to his rescue. 


When the distracted mother asked him in agony why he had waited so long, he sensibly replied: "I knew that if I went in before he would clutch and drag me down. 


I waited until his struggles were over, and then I was able to help him when he did not grasp me too firmly."

When people grasp us too strongly, either with their love or with their dependence, we are intuitively conscious that they are not looking to God, and we become paralyzed in our efforts to help them. 


United prayer, therefore, requires that the one for whom we pray be looking away from us to the Lord Jesus Christ, and we together look to Him alone.


When you praise Me their’s a blessing in your praise. 


Your praise is priceless to Me. No one can praise Me as you can. 


Praise is personal to Me. Praise decree and declare’s your relationship with Me.


Praise allows Blessing’s to fall. Praise is My stamp Approval will cause the enemy to flee. 


Never allow your flesh to praise itself. Never allow your muscle to have its way, never let your meat to be honor by fools, itself by feeding it what it desires. 


What happens when you do this it gets harder and harder to control, 


Never allow your looks to become an instrument of your praise. Satan was Beautiful array in its high notes. 


Never denied your praise from Me, Never try to put yourself on the same platform as MeI AM God. 


I AM Jealous.” It is MY nature. “For you shall worship no other god, for the Lord, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God.”  Exodus 34:14.


I AM self-made no man nor Spirit made me, why do you ask such questions to ME,(Eph. v. 23). 


Christ is the head,

" (Eph. 23). Often we want people to pray for us and help us, but always defeat our object when we look too much to them and lean upon them. 


The real secret of the union is for both to look upon God, and in the act of looking past themselves to Him, they are unconsciously united. 


The sailor was right when he saw the little boy fall overboard and waited a minute before he plunged to his rescue. When the distracted mother asked him in agony why he had expected so long, he sensibly replied:


I AM God jealously, yearns for desires this spirit in You. Or do you think that the Scripture says in vain, 


I AM Spirit God who is Spirit deserved us to worship in spirit and truth. Who dwells in us yearns to lead us out of jealousy straight in the arms of God. 


I AM God jealously, yearns for desires this spirit in You. Or do you think that the Scripture says in vain, 


I AM Spirit God who is Spirit deserved us to worship in spirit and truth. Who dwells in us yearns to lead us out of jealousy straight in the arms of God. 



We must leave the past in the past. Our flesh has s cause and effect adjective. 


How many times must God say be ye imitators of Christ if not we are just like Satan losing our praise for God, now desiring self-praise? 


Proverbs 27:2 

Let another man praise thee, and not thine own mouth; a stranger, and not thine own lips.


When you lose your praise. You lose your balance in God, 


You will believe you were sinking when all you had to do was stand up. Once you stand up instead of fighting, you will realize yours in ankle deep water. And all you had to do was hold. What happens will cause you to miss your blessings. 


For God hath not given us the spirit of fear, but of power, and love, and a sound mind.


Matthew 26:37 

O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee, how often would I have gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not! 


Have I not shown my love for you, it is I who baptize you in my love. In this battle, Have I not provided you with MY zealous and compassionate devotion, 

Is not My zeal a driving wind force, an enthusiasm weapon to attain. 


The wind blows where it wills, and you hear its sound, but you do not know the place from which it comes and the area to which it goes; so also is everyone who has been born of the Spirit (John 3:8).


Is not My goal to overcome the world and the hidden devices in it. 


Dr. Prophet Theresa Maxwell. 


Friday, January 18, 2019

Prediction

The Word of the Lord came to me saying start saving the economy will soon drop their is to much spilled oil.

Dr. Prophet Theresa Maxwell

Prayer for Pastor

God I cry out to you asking you for your protective covering over abidhop father every one in his circle we call them Bless’s for we know in hiss ciclenthere you are. Move by your anointing power and aspirin Lord weakevip the calleesnout touch His body and heal his land he’ll usd under ther guidence of Him that wee will be faithful to you oh God. Help is to fall I live with Bishop Lord. Father allow him to see us as one coupler father as we adore you and love you oh God blrwasing and peace to bishop family and the who are anchor around him in the name of Jesus. Father forgive us of our sin Lord if ommiaion and commission. It is you we praise it is you we adore help the trabe of Judah and all this in the household of faith that you will continue to get all these praise honor and glory in Jesus name we pray with much thanksgiving amen.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Praying for Pastor

Father we come to you in the name of of Jesus. Father please bless Pastor Eric Lambert Jr God I prayer that you give Him the mind of Christ. Father help him to healed and see the potatial in me father. I pray that her Weill see David and I as one. God I pray for his acceptance of new Lord. Help him to see the anointing on my life Lord. Please don’t allow new to be misunderstood of him. That he will call on me more oh God. I thank you for giving us your son Jesus Christ who died on Calary god our sin. Thank you for his passion for you. His love for your church. How he I encourage the men teach him how to encourage your woman. Dear Lord we adore you and praise you for what you are doing in Pastors life father open up doors that no man can close for me and the husband you have given me in Hedus name. All negative thought take it out from him head Lord. Thank you thank you 

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Truth Be Told

All I can say is what the Bible says Judgment will first start in the house of God. It has begun. When we go to heaven God will then separate the sheep from the goats and say to the goats be gone I have never known you. And he will tell to sheep according to their labor on earth God tells his Servant, well done my good and faithful servant.The Word of the Lord came to me saying, only say what the Bible is say.The Holy Spirit guilds you in truth. If it's not in the Word its not of God. The Spirit guides you in Truth let the truth be told.

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

The Creation 1 and 2

The Creation
(John 1:1-5)

"Satan and his angels rebelled against God in heaven, and proudly presumed to try their strength with his. ... He added that Michael's name "was the war-cry of the good angels in the battle fought in heaven against the enemy and his followers"."Satan and his angels rebelled against God in heaven, and proudly presumed to try their strength with his. ... He added that Michael's name "was the war-cry of the good angels in the battle fought in heaven against the enemy and his followers".

Michael's main characteristics are exceptional strength and courage. Michael fights for good to prevail over evil and empowers believers to set their faith in God on fire with passion. He protects and defends people who love God.What makes Lucifer the archetypal character of evil in the Bible? Why is the anti-christ the antithesis of Jesus Christ the Savior? This duality of good and evil is one of the central themes of scripture and life itself. May this collection of Bible verses enlighten why Lucifer is considered the primary symbol of evil. 

  • The word of the LORD came to me:
    2 "Son of man, say to the prince of Tyre, Thus says the Lord GOD:  "Because your heart is proud, and you have said, 'I am a god, I sit in the seat of the gods, in the heart of the seas,' yet you are but a man, and no god, though you make your heart like the heart of a god-- 
    3 you are indeed wiser than Daniel; no secret is hidden from you; 
    4 by your wisdom and your understanding you have made wealth for yourself, and have gathered gold and silver into your treasuries; 
    5 by your great wisdom in your trade you have increased your wealth, and your heart has become proud in your wealth-- 
    6therefore thus says the Lord GOD: Because you make your heart like the heart of a god, 
    7 therefore, behold, I will bring foreigners upon you, the most ruthless of the nations; and they shall draw their swords against the beauty of your wisdom and defile your splendor. 
    8 They shall thrust you down into the pit, and you shall die the death of the slain in the heart of the seas. 
    9 Will you still say, 'I am a god,' in the presence of those who kill you, though you are but a man, and no god, in the hands of those who slay you? 
    10You shall die the death of the uncircumcised by the hand of foreigners; for I have spoken, declares the Lord GOD."

    A Lament over the King of Tyre

    11 Moreover, the word of the LORD came to me: 
    12 "Son of man, raise a lamentation over the king of Tyre, and say to him, Thus says the Lord GOD: "You were the signet of perfection, full of wisdom and perfect in beauty. 
    13 You were in Eden, the garden of God; every precious stone was your covering, sardius, topaz, and diamond, beryl, onyx, and jasper, sapphire,emerald, and carbuncle; and crafted in gold were your settings and your engravings. On the day that you were created they were prepared. 
    14 You were an anointed guardian cherub. I placed you; you were on the holy mountain of God; in the midst of the stones of fire you walked. 
    15 You were blameless in your ways from the day you were created, till unrighteousness was found in you. 
    16In the abundance of your trade you were filled with violence in your midst, and you sinned; so I cast you as a profane thing from the mountain of God, and I destroyed you,O guardian cherub, from the midst of the stones of fire. 
    17 Your heart was proud because of your beauty; you corrupted your wisdom for the sake of your splendor. I cast you to the ground; I exposed you before kings, to feast their eyes on you. 
    18 By the multitude of your iniquities, in the unrighteousness of your trade you profaned your sanctuaries; so I brought fire out from your midst; it consumed you, and I turned you to ashes on the earth in the sight of all who saw you. 
    19 All who know you among the peoples are appalled at you; you have come to a dreadful end and shall be no more forever."

    Prophecy Against Sidon

    20 The word of the LORD came to me:
    21 "Son of man, set your face toward Sidon, and prophesy against her 
    22 and say, Thus says the Lord GOD: "Behold, I am against you, O Sidon, and I will manifest my glory in your midst. And they shall know that I am the LORD when I execute judgments in her and manifest my holiness in her; 
    23 for I will send pestilence into her, and blood into her streets; and the slain shall fall in her midst, by the sword that is against her on every side. Then they will know that I am the LORD. 
    24 "And for the house of Israel there shall be no more a brier to prick or a thorn to hurt them among all their neighbors who have treated them with contempt. Then they will know that I am the Lord GOD.

    Israel Gathered in Security

    25 "Thus says the Lord GOD: When I gather the house of Israel from the peoples among whom they are scattered, and manifest my holiness in them in the sight of the nations, then they shall dwell in their own land that I gave to my servant Jacob.
    26 And they shall dwell securely in it, and they shall build houses and plant vineyards. They shall dwell securely, when I execute judgments upon all their neighbors who have treated them with contempt. Then they will know that I am the LORD their God."

It would seem from the context of Ezekiel 28that the first ten verses of this chapter are dealing with a human leader. Then, starting in verse 11 and on through verse 19, Lucifer is the focus of discussion.

The Fall of Lucifer in the Bible

What is the rationale for the conclusion that these latter verses refer to the fall of Lucifer? Whereas the first ten verses in this chapter speak about the ruler of Tyre (who was condemned for claiming to be a god though he was just a man), the discussion moves to the king of Tyre starting in verse 11. Many scholars believe that though there was a human “ruler” of Tyre, the real “king” of Tyrewas Satan, for it was he who was ultimately at work in this anti-God city and it was he who worked through the human ruler of the city.

Some have suggested that these verses may actually be dealing with a human king of Tyrewho was empowered by Satan. Perhaps the historic king of Tyre was a tool of Satan, possibly even indwelt by him. In describing this king, Ezekiel also gives us glimpses of the superhuman creature, Satan, who was using, if not indwelling, him.

Now, there are things that are true of this “king” that—at least ultimately—cannot be said to be true of human beings. For example, the king is portrayed as having a different nature from man (he is a cherub, verse 14); he had a different position from man (he was blameless and sinless, verse 15); he was in a different realm from man (the holy mount of God, verses 13,14); he received a different judgment from man (he was cast out of the mountain of God and thrown to the earth, verse 16); and the superlatives used to describe him don’t seem to fit that of a normal human being (“full of wisdom,” “perfect in beauty,” and having “the seal of perfection,” verse 12 NASB).

Who is Lucifer, Why did He Rebel?

Our text tells us that this king was a created being and left the creative hand of God in a perfect state (Ezekiel 28:12,15). And he remained perfect in his ways until iniquity was found in him (verse 15b). What was this iniquity? We read in verse 17, “Your heart became proud on account of your beauty, and you corrupted your wisdom because of your splendor.” Lucifer apparently became so impressed with his own beauty, intelligence, power, and position that he began to desire for himself the honor and glory that belonged to God alone. The sin that corrupted Lucifer was self-generated pride.

Apparently, this represents the actual beginning of sin in the universe—preceding the fall of the human Adam by an indeterminate time. Sin originated in the free will of Lucifer in which—with full understanding of the issues involved—he chose to rebel against the Creator. 

This mighty angelic being was rightfully judged by God: “I threw you to the earth” (Ezekiel 28:18). This doesn’t mean that Satan had no further access to heaven, for other Scripture verses clearly indicate that Satan maintained this access even after his fall (Job 1:6-12Zechariah 3:1,2). However, Ezekiel 28:18 indicates that Satan was absolutely and completely cast out of God’s heavenly government and his place of authority (Luke 10:18). 

Isaiah 14:12-17 is another Old Testament passage that may refer to the fall of Lucifer. We must be frank in admitting that some Bible scholars see no reference whatsoever to Lucifer in this passage. It is argued that the being mentioned in this verse is referred to as a man (Isaiah 14:16); is compared with other kings on the earth (verse 18); and the words, “How you have fallen from heaven” (verse 12), is alleged to refer to a fall from great political heights. 

There are other scholars who interpret this passage as referring only to the fall of Lucifer, with no reference whatsoever to a human king. The argument here is that the description of this being is beyond humanness and hence could not refer to a mere mortal man.

against those led by "the dragon", identified as the devil or Satan, who are defeated and thrown down to the earth.[1][2]Revelation's war in heaven is related to the idea of fallen angels, and possible parallels have been proposed in the Hebrew Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls.

The Archangel Michael, who reigns as the leader of all God's angels, fights evil with the power of good. Michael has engaged in spiritual battles with the  known as Satan throughout history. The Bible says the struggle will reach a climax in the future, just before Jesus Christ returns to Earth. In Revelation 12:7-10, the Bible tells how Michael and the angels he supervises will defeat Satan and the other rebellious angels during the world's end time.


The final deliverance of God’s people must begin with the victory of the evil forces that sought to destroy her. Verse one announces this great victory over evil, but it does it using strange, mythological terms. Some argue that Isaiah is simply using pagan mythological ideas to express a victory for the LORD. But it is more likely that he is taking these views seriously, for behind pagan religious beliefs there were dark spirit forces at work. 

The Supreme Being; Jehovah; the eternal and infinite spirit, the creator,and the sovereign King of the universe.That first world on the face of the Earth was now gone. What remained was shrouded in literal darkness; the entire creation was ruined by the influence of great spiritual darkness and the power of death. 


It is significant that the language used to describe this being fits other passages in the Bible that speak about Satan. For example, the five “I wills” in Isaiah 14 indicate an element of pride, which was also evidenced in Ezekiel 28:17 (cf. 1 Timothy 3:6 which makes reference to Satan’s conceit). 

As a result of this heinous sin against God, Lucifer was banished from living in heaven (Isaiah 14:12). He became corrupt, and his name changed from Lucifer (“morning star”) to Satan (“adversary”). His power became completely perverted (Isaiah 14:12,16,17). And his destiny, following the second coming of Christ, is to be bound in a pit during the 1000-year millennial kingdom over which Christ will rule (Revelation 20:3), and eventually will be thrown into the lake of fire (Matthew 25:41). 



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There was A false creation made by Satan was full of darkness,  Luke 10:18 Jesus says, “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven.” The context of these words is the return of the 70 (or 72) disciples that Jesus had sent out to evangelize and prepare His way to Jerusalem (see verse 1). When the 70 return and give their report, they are joyful and a little surprised that “even the demons submit to us in your name” (verse 17). Jesus’ first words in reply are, “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven” (verse 18).


In referencing Satan’s fall from heaven, Jesus most likely had in mind Isaiah 14:12, “How you have fallen from heaven, morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations!” The fall of Satan that Jesus saw happened after Lucifer’s sin, before Adam and Eve’s temptation in the Garden of Eden. In his pride, Lucifer had lifted himself up, but God had cast him down out of his original place in heaven (although he retains a limited access to heaven for now, according to Job 1:6). Jesus’ statement in Luke 10:18 speaks of Jesus’ pre-existence and the Lord’s defeat over the power of Satan in a general sense.

When Jesus’ disciples came back to report their joy over their authority over demons, Jesus, in so many words, tells them they should not have been surprised. Satan is a fallen foe and has always been subject to the authority of the Son of God. Jesus had sent the 70 out in His authority, which extends over the demonic realm. Satan’s fall “like lightning” indicates that his judgment in heaven was swift and obvious. Not only did Jesus give the 70 authority over devils, but He also enabled them “to trample on snakes and scorpions and to overcome all the power of the enemy” (Luke 10:19).

As the 70 are celebrating that the demons were subject to them in Jesus’ name, in Luke 10:17, Jesus redirects their excitement by pointing to an even bigger blessing: their salvation! Jesus says, “However, do not rejoice that the spirits submit to you, but rejoice that your names are written in heaven” (verse 20). Casting out demons has a temporal, limited benefit in this world, but having your name written in heaven is an eternal, unlimited blessing!

Revelation 12:9 refers to another time in which Satan is cast out of heaven: “The great dragon was hurled down—that ancient serpent called the devil, or Satan, who leads the whole world astray. He was hurled to the earth, and his angels with him.” We believe this happens during the future tribulation period when Satan is barred access to heaven once and for all.

At the end of the Great Tribulation, Jesus will return, overthrow the kingdom Satan was attempting to set up, and bind the devil for 1,000 years (Revelation 20:1–3). At the end of 1,000 years, Satan will be released for one final battle, but he is defeated again and thrown into the lake of fire for eternity (Revelation 20:7–10).

We know that it has been over two thousand nineteen years he goes therefore 1 Peter 5:8 Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:

Who is Lucifer, Why did He Rebel?

Our text tells us that this king was a created being and left the creative hand of God in a perfect state (Ezekiel 28:12,15). And he remained perfect in his ways until iniquity was found in him (verse 15b). What was this iniquity? We read in verse 17, “Your heart became proud on account of your beauty, and you corrupted your wisdom because of your splendor.” Lucifer apparently became so impressed with his own beauty, intelligence, power, and position that he began to desire for himself the honor and glory that belonged to God alone. The sin that corrupted Lucifer was self-generated pride.

Apparently, this represents the actual beginning of sin in the universe—preceding the fall of the human Adam by an indeterminate time. Sin originated in the free will of Lucifer in which—with full understanding of the issues involved—he chose to rebel against the Creator. 

This mighty angelic being was rightfully judged by God: “I threw you to the earth” (Ezekiel 28:18). This doesn’t mean that Satan had no further access to heaven, for other Scripture verses clearly indicate that Satan maintained this access even after his fall (Job 1:6-12Zechariah 3:1,2). However, Ezekiel 28:18 indicates that Satan was absolutely and completely cast out of God’s heavenly government and his place of authority (Luke 10:18). 

Isaiah 14:12-17 is another Old Testament passage that may refer to the fall of Lucifer. We must be frank in admitting that some Bible scholars see no reference whatsoever to Lucifer in this passage. It is argued that the being mentioned in this verse is referred to as a man (Isaiah 14:16); is compared with other kings on the earth (verse 18); and the words, “How you have fallen from heaven” (verse 12), is alleged to refer to a fall from great political heights. 

There are other scholars who interpret this passage as referring only to the fall of Lucifer, with no reference whatsoever to a human king. The argument here is that the description of this being is beyond humanness and hence could not refer to a mere mortal man.


Jesus has power over Satan and power to save us. Still today, believers face a spiritual battle against forces of evil and the forces of darkness, 

    I. THE LORD WILL DESTROY THE FORCES OF EVIL (1).


The Babylonian religion had said that creation was accomplished by the cosmic victory of their god over ti’amat, the source of all the dragons or serpents of the deep. The sea monsters were the forces of chaos that ti’amat, the Deep, mustered to avenge the death of her husband; and so they had to be controlled. The ancient Babylonian creation myth (see Alexander Heidel, The Babylonian Genesis) has the god Marduk creating the universe after defeating Tiamat (lit. “salt water”), and then creating humans from the blood of the god Kingu. Some of these words are found in the literature of the Bible, albeit changed in meaning because the forces of nature are not deified. In fact, the Genesis account is a polemic against it. Yahweh God created the universe; and in the beginning the whole world was enveloped in darkness. At that time God’s Spirit hovered over the face of the “deep” (Hebrew tehom is the masculine cognate of Babylonian feminine word ti’amat). God controlled the chaos and gathered the waters into their places; but the deep was not a goddesIt makes good sense to see the two conflicts in their spiritual dimension, especially if the primary spiritual force behind pagan gods is the evil one himself, Satan. In the beginning, before Genesis, Satan was cast out of heaven to rule in darkness in this world. But at creation the LORD dispelled the darkness with light, corrected the waste and void, defeated and controlled the forces of chaos by limiting the oceans and fixing the dry land, and brought great blessing to His creation. And at the end of the age, Satan will be finally defeated once and for all before the new order of creation is established (Rev. 12). 

This verse, then, announces victory over the kingdoms of this world, over the spirits behind them, underscoring the biblical polemic against pagan religion.

The verse begins with “in that day” which is an expression often used by the prophets for eschatological predictions, usually end-of-the-age predictions. Here the “sword of the LORD” is the means of the victory. Elsewhere in Scripture this is clarified as the decree that comes from His mouth, the Word of the LORD (so the figure would be implication [or hypocatastasis]). 

The “weapon” is powerful: hard and great and strong. The threefold description of God’s powerful word underscores the certainty of His victory over evil.

Evil carries three descriptions here as well: Leviathan the gliding serpent, Leviathan the crooked serpent, and the monster that is in the sea.

Leviathan is an interesting motif in the Old Testament. It is used in Job with the meaning of the crocodile, although there are probably mythological allusions in that passage as well. In Ugaritic the term is Lotan; the pictures the Ugaritic texts provide are of a seven-headed dragon of the deep, viewed as the god of the underworld, the force of the ocean, or chaos. In this passage the term “monster” (tannin) is also used, and these two, Leviathan/Lotan and tannin, are paralleled in Ugaritic mythological texts. It is interesting that in the Genesis account of creation we are also told that God made also the great sea creatures (tanninim). The point is that they are just animals in the account; and the significance of this is that whatever the pagans worshiped—God made. In this sense, Genesis 1becomes a polemic against pagan religion, and a theological explanation of “You shall have no other gods before me”—of course not, because none were before Him, He made them all. 

The term “serpent” is also used here, with the adjectives of “crooked and twisting.” The serpent was venerated in Egypt (especially as the sacred cobra), Phoenicia (as the mother goddess of all living), and in Canaan (with snake worship). Of course, in the Bible the serpent is the representation of evil and death, or connected with death. The remarkable parallelism of these expressions in Isaiah 27:1 and in Ugaritic texts for the god of the deep cannot be overlooked; Isaiah is clearly alluding to the passages in his announcement of the great victory at the end of the age.142

It may be that the imagery in Isaiah is meant to be used in its figurative sense of the Deep—that is, Sea Water. The fact that the pagans had deities who ruled the deep need not have been carried into the allusion. The repetition of “Leviathan” in the passage may represent the two largest rivers known to the Hebrews, the Tigris and the Euphrates, which are akin to the sea, and like the sea are symbolized as monsters and destined to be tamed. Leviathan the gliding or the swift would be the Tigris (meaning “swiftness”), and Leviathan the crooked would be the Euphrates. The punishment of these elemental forces seems to be regarded as a necessary preliminary to the establishment of a new order, especially if they figuratively describe Assyria and Babylon respectively, and the spirit/gods behind them.

So the reptiles, even though of mythic origin, signify for Isaiah the chaos of the sea, but opposition from world powers as well with the spirit forces behind them. The LORD will put down all enemies, including the evil or Satanic spirits who had become false gods that the pagans feared. These spirits used things that the people feared or revered to draw their devotion. 

For Isaiah, God’s power over the nations could only be complete when the gods the nations worshiped were destroyed.

The imagery of the two Leviathans for the rivers, as well as the monster of the sea, would then fit what we see in Daniel 7 and Revelation 12. The monster or dragon would be Egypt (see 19:5; Ezek. 29:3, 32:2), whereas the rivers would be the other two powers, Assyria and Babylon. If only one Leviathan were mentioned, it might represent the supra-terrestrial waters as the dragon would represent the sub-terrestrial waters. But the link to pagan mythology most certainly moves the whole interpretation into the world of spiritual darkness.

The key verb in here, translated “punish,” is the Hebrew verb paqad, normally translated with the meaning “visit.” All the detailed studies of this term show that it means a visit for blessing or for cursing; it means to change the destiny of someone or something. So in a passage on judgment it tells how the LORD intervenes to destroy. 

    II. THE LORD WILL PRESERVE HIS PEOPLE (27:2-6).

This section also begins with “In that day,” announcing an eschatological message. Using the allegory of the vineyard, the prophet describes God’s care for His people Israel (2-6). The same figure was used in chapter 5, but there it led to judgment. Here the theme is hopeful throughout.

The text literally says, “Sing about a vineyard of wine.” The imagery of vines and branches is well known to students of the Bible. But the motif is a lot deeper when eschatology is considered. The theme was first introduced in Genesis 49 where God promised a king through the line of Judah (v. 10). But when the One comes “to whom [the scepter] belongs” (the translation of Hebrew “shiloh”), and the obedience of the nations will be his, “He will tether his donkey to a vine, his colt to the choicest branch; he will wash his garments in wine, his robes in the blood of grapes; His eyes will be darker than wine; his teeth whiter than milk.” Without getting into the details of this prophecy in Genesis 49, it will be sufficient to say that this early prophecy about the “Messianic Age” uses language of paradisiacal splendor and abundance. Accordingly, Jesus’ first sign in John 2 was to turn water into wine, a harbinger of the coming Messianic Age and an announcement that “Shiloh” had come. 

Isaiah says that God watches over His vineyard, i.e., Israel. He waters it continually. As part of the allegory we would have to conclude that watering the vineyard refers to the provision of the Word of the LORD through the prophets (see Jer. 7:25; and see the imagery in Psalm 1:1,2, where the water is identified as the word). How else could God nourish a holy nation? 

The allegory continues with a mention that if only briers and thorns were confronting Him, He would burn them out easily. This is an internal problem, not a reference to invasion. It refers to paganizers within the nation of Israel. But burning them out is tempered with a desire for them to come to Him in faith. God judges, but He offers the opportunity of refuge in the covenant.

This alternative for peace is actually extended before the section on judgment to follow. It is the message throughout Scripture—God offers His enemies peace! This, in the context, could refer to both unbelieving Israel and the foreign oppressors.

Verse six also announces that “in the days to come” the people of God will flourish. Here is the climax to the little allegory. “Israel” is used because the prophet means both Israel and Judah will flourish. He now changes the image slightly to make Israel a plant rather than a vineyard (hypocatastasis). It starts off with normal growth—planted, takes root, and buds. Since the prophet is addressing the nation of Israel that already was in the land, a prophecy about coming days must be something in the future when Israel will be brought back to the land. But his imagery takes an unusual turn: “and fill all the world with fruit.” Restored Israel will lead to the blessing of the whole world (as Gen. 49 said). Daniel also saw the kingdom of Messiah as a tree, and as a stone, that filled the whole world. In John 15 Jesus, the true Israel, is the vine, and His disciples the branches. That, at the very least, was the beginning of the fruit that would spread throughout the world. Paul in Romans 11 makes it clear that the Gentiles are wild branches that have been grafted into the tree. And so we now can witness the expansion of the Gospel. But He adds that God still has a purpose for Israel after the fullness of the Gentiles comes in; and it is to that purpose that the prophets speak. 

    III. THE LORD WILL PURIFY HIS PEOPLE (27:7-11).

In this section the prophet address the nation as a whole, as “Jacob”. All Israel, both kingdoms, would be exiled; and many of their main cities demolished. The language is general enough to be applied to both Samaria and Jerusalem, meaning, the two captivities of Israel by the Assyrians and Judah by the Babylonians. God would use exile to purge Israel and make her into the holy nation and kingdom of priests that she was supposed to be.

In verse 7 the LORD is the subject of the sentence. The questions asked (reminiscent of Paul in Romans) expect a “No” answer. God did not strike Israel down. Rather, punishment would be tempered by mercy, for in exile, cruel as it was, people would survive. There was a future for Israel.

By an implied comparison [hypocatastasis](“with his fierce blast”) and simile (“as on a day the east wind blows”) the prophet refers to the invasion from the east, from Mesopotamia—Assyria and/or Babylon. The judgment will be like the swift east wind that scorches the land.

According to verse nine this will be the way that God will make Israel deal with her sins. As in Isaiah 40, the point is that through this the sins will be atoned for. He is not referring to the objective basis of atonement, but the practical side of the experience. In exile they would come to penitent awareness of guilt. In other words, the people were removed so that sins would be removed. They will have a new attitude to the will of God. The verse is like Jeremiah 31:31-34and Ezekiel 36:24-31.

The penitent and purified nation will show the fruit of its “atonement” by the destruction of pagan influence. They will return to do what they were supposed to do from the beginning. Unfortunately, it would take the Babylonian captivity to purge them of idolatry and make them fiercely loyal to God.

Verses 10 and 11 seem to be rather literal. All that is described in here are the effects of war (so in general could be called metonymy of effect)—abandoned cities, animals moving freely throughout, people gathering dry twigs, and the like. Isaiah sees the effects of war as the reversal of civilization.

The reason for all of this is the lack of understanding in the people—they are for the most part spiritually blind (see Isaiah 6 again). Isaiah likes wisdom motifs. So because of inner blindness—which led to pagan corruption, God would withhold His compassion and favor—even though He made them (see Isaiah 1 again). Of course, as Hosea announced, when they turned to the LORD in faith, then He would show them pity (Lo Ruhamah, “no pity,” the name of Hosea’s daughter used as an oracle, becomes Ruhamah, “pity”).

    IV. THE LORD WILL RESTORE HIS PEOPLE (27:12, 13).

The passage closes with two complementary images drawn from the Feast of Tabernacles. The first deals with the great harvest to be threshed. From beyond the Euphrates and from beyond the Wadi of Egypt (these are the boundaries of the Land), Israelites would be regathered. Never did Israel have the Land of Promise according to the biblical dimensions; and certainly never did a pure Israel possess it. Here God will “thresh” (hypocatastasis) through the lands of oppression, the chaff will be discarded, but the good grain regathered into the barn. Paul in Romans 11 carries the theme to its clear statement: “All Israel will be saved.” Ezekiel will explain in his wonderful vision of the dry bones that Israel will be regathered at the end of the age in two steps, first physically regathered (the bones come together), meaning restored to the land as a nation but in unbelief; and then there will be the spiritual quickening (the Spirit breathes life into the bones) in which the surviving Jewish people will come to faith in massive numbers.

The second image here is of the trumpet blast. The image, quite possibly the Word of God like a trumpet blast, calls or summons the people to the holy mountain, which he says now, is in Jerusalem. The apostle Paul used the image of the trumpet for the end of the age ingathering(like Israel’s festival of Ingathering at Tabernacles) at the coming of the LORD.

When the LORD gave Israel victory over Assyria, Babylon, and Egypt when He restored them to their land in 536, that was a great deliverance. But this passage was not fulfilled at that time (although it could have been used to explain the victory); in fact, some of the oracles of these end times were written by the prophets after the return from the exile. Evil still existed, Israel was not pure, and their stay in the land would not last but a few centuries and they would be scattered again. The fulfillment still lies in the future.

Conclusion 

There is much that can be done with a passage like this, for it is a wonderful prophecy of God’s dealings with His chosen people. It serves as a comfort and a warning for us today as well as it did for ancient Israel. 

As Paul said to the Romans, if God did not spare the natural branches, they should take heed lest he not spare them either. Believers are to learn from Israel’s mistakes. We have been grafted in; we are a kingdom of priests, and a holy nation. We are the branches of the vine. And even though our participation in the New Covenant in no way nullifies a future blessing for believing Israel, our concern in applying this passage is with us today primarily. 

So I would first be clear that this is a prophecy for Israel, and for the great future victory over evil forces in the world, human and demonic. When that victory comes God will fulfill all His promises, especially those He made to Israel. 

But I would also work the message to be applicable also to us who are in Christ. We know the eschaton will begin with a great celebration of victory over Satan and all his forces; and we know that the people of God will be preserved through the judgment, and will emerge purified to serve in the heavenly city. Thus, we can speak about an application in terms of how this hope purifies us (the apostle said whoever has this hope purifies himself), or in terms of bearing fruit throughout the world to demonstrate we are in the kingdom (our LORD said the kingdom was taken from them and given to a people bearing fruit). But we also know that in the future that hope will become reality. There is great evil in the world, demonic evil; and it will be destroyed completely, and the people of God purified and glorified to serve Him in the new heavens and the new earth.



(Ephesians 6:12). With God’s Spirit, we do not need to fear Satan or evil spirits; rather, we depend on the Lord’s strength for victory in our spiritual struggles and trust that God will preserve us for heaven’s inheritance. “The one who is in you is greater than the one who is in the world” (1 John 4:4).

He fell to the earth. earth. planet on which we livewith satanic rituals proceeding from the heat-oppressed brain.wsves. ) the earth had been destroyed and corrupted by Lucifer's sin of rebellion back in Earth's ancient pastHe brought something) into existence. That would eventual die. That first world on the face of the Earth was now gone. What remained was shrouded in literal darkness; the entire creation was ruined by the influence of great spiritual darkness and the power ofdeath. 

The story of Lucifer’s fall is described in two key Old Testament chapters—Ezekiel 28 and Isaiah 14. Let’s briefly look at both of these.

It would seem from the context of Ezekiel 28that the first ten verses of this chapter are dealing with a human leader. Then, starting in verse 11 and on through verse 19, Lucifer is the focus of discussion.

The Fall of Lucifer in the Bible

What is the rationale for the conclusion that these latter verses refer to the fall of Lucifer? Whereas the first ten verses in this chapter speak about the ruler of Tyre (who was condemned for claiming to be a god though he was just a man), the discussion moves to the king of Tyre starting in verse 11. Many scholars believe that though there was a human “ruler” of Tyre, the real “king” of Tyrewas Satan, for it was he who was ultimately at work in this anti-God city and it was he who worked through the human ruler of the city.

Some have suggested that these verses may actually be dealing with a human king of Tyrewho was empowered by Satan. Perhaps the historic king of Tyre was a tool of Satan, possibly even indwelt by him. In describing this king, Ezekiel also gives us glimpses of the superhuman creature, Satan, who was using, if not indwelling, him.

Now, there are things that are true of this “king” that—at least ultimately—cannot be said to be true of human beings. For example, the king is portrayed as having a different nature from man (he is a cherub, verse 14); he had a different position from man (he was blameless and sinless, verse 15); he was in a different realm from man (the holy mount of God, verses 13,14); he received a different judgment from man (he was cast out of the mountain of God and thrown to the earth, verse 16); and the superlatives used to describe him don’t seem to fit that of a normal human being (“full of wisdom,” “perfect in beauty,” and having “the seal of perfection,” verse 12 NASB).

Who is Lucifer, Why did He Rebel?

Our text tells us that this king was a created being and left the creative hand of God in a perfect state (Ezekiel 28:12,15). And he remained perfect in his ways until iniquity was found in him (verse 15b). What was this iniquity? We read in verse 17, “Your heart became proud on account of your beauty, and you corrupted your wisdom because of your splendor.” Lucifer apparently became so impressed with his own beauty, intelligence, power, and position that he began to desire for himself the honor and glory that belonged to God alone. The sin that corrupted Lucifer was self-generated pride.

Apparently, this represents the actual beginning of sin in the universe—preceding the fall of the human Adam by an indeterminate time. Sin originated in the free will of Lucifer in which—with full understanding of the issues involved—he chose to rebel against the Creator. 

This mighty angelic being was rightfully judged by God: “I threw you to the earth” (Ezekiel 28:18). This doesn’t mean that Satan had no further access to heaven, for other Scripture verses clearly indicate that Satan maintained this access even after his fall (Job 1:6-12Zechariah 3:1,2). However, Ezekiel 28:18 indicates that Satan was absolutely and completely cast out of God’s heavenly government and his place of authority (Luke 10:18). 

Isaiah 14:12-17 is another Old Testament passage that may refer to the fall of Lucifer. We must be frank in admitting that some Bible scholars see no reference whatsoever to Lucifer in this passage. It is argued that the being mentioned in this verse is referred to as a man (Isaiah 14:16); is compared with other kings on the earth (verse 18); and the words, “How you have fallen from heaven” (verse 12), is alleged to refer to a fall from great political heights. 

There are other scholars who interpret this passage as referring only to the fall of Lucifer, with no reference whatsoever to a human king. The argument here is that the description of this being is beyond humanness and hence could not refer to a mere mortal man.

The earth was formless without a clear or definite shape or structure.dark and formless idea"And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.(Genesis 1:2 KJV)That mystery is the Holy Spirit's guidance to a key Scriptural Truth. The most still or solemn part; the midst; as, in deep of night.And the Spirit of God was hovering over the surface of the waters.

1In he beginning God created, which  points us in the direction of time that was  of time when Creation was fed by the Word of God. It’s that point in time and space at which something starts. It’s the point at which something exists.  God support creation. It took all three persons to make creasing but one God To creation creation. 

It is God introducing creation to Him all over again. This tells  the world or introduces the world to God the creator and ruler of the universe and source of all moral authority.. Romans 1.The act of making, by new combinations of matter, invested with new forms and properties, and of subjecting to different laws; the act of shaping and organizing; as the creation of man and other animals, of plants, minerals, 

The earth was s Empty; vacant; not occupied with any visible matter; as a void space or place. 1Kings 22.Empty; without inhabitants or furniture. Gen. 1.Having no legal or binding force; null; not effectual to bind parties, or to convey or support a right; not sufficient to produce its effect. Thus a deed not duly signed and sealed, is void. 

VOID, n. An empty space; a vacuum.Pride, where wit falls, steps in to our defense, and fills up all the mighty void of sense.Th' illimitable void.

VOID, v.t.1. To quit; to leave.Bid them come down, or void the field.To emit; to send out; to evacuate; as, to void excrementitious matter; to void worms.To vacate; to annul; to nullify; to render of no validity or effect.It had become a practice - to void the security given for money borrowed.To make or leave vacant.

There is a third view that I think is preferable to the two views above. This view sees Isaiah 14:12-17 as having a dual reference. It may be that verses 4 through 11 deal with an actual king of Babylon. Then, in verses 12 through 17, we find a dual reference that includes not just the king of Babylon but a typological description of Lucifer as well. 

If this passage contains a reference to the fall of Lucifer, then the pattern of this passage would seem to fit that of the Ezekiel 28reference—that is, first a human leader is described, and then dual reference is made to a human leader and Satan. 

It is significant that the language used to describe this being fits other passages in the Bible that speak about Satan. For example, the five “I wills” in Isaiah 14 indicate an element of pride, which was also evidenced in Ezekiel 28:17 (cf. 1 Timothy 3:6 which makes reference to Satan’s conceit). 

As a result of this heinous sin against God, Lucifer was banished from living in heaven (Isaiah 14:12). He became corrupt, and his name changed from Lucifer (“morning star”) to Satan (“adversary”). His power became completely perverted (Isaiah 14:12,16,17). And his destiny, following the second coming of Christ, is to be bound in a pit during the 1000-year millennial kingdom over which Christ will rule (Revelation 20:3), and eventually will be thrown into the lake of fire (Matthew 25:41). 

Here is God act of investing in creation with His two other persons God the Son and God the Holy Spirit having the same character. God and Christ are Scripture dinominated Shepherds, as they lead, protect and govern their people, and provide for theirwelfare. Ephesians 1:11 In whom also we have obtained an inheritance, being predestinated according to the purpose of him who worketh all things after the counsel of his own will:


In whom also we have obtained an inheritance, being predestinated according to the purpose of him who worketh all things after the counsel of his own will:


Yet the LORD has taken you and brought you out of the iron furnace, out of Egypt, to be the people of His inheritance, as you are today.


Proverbs 21:20 The wise having or showin the excellency of God power  in full  action of showing something, or the fact of being shown shepherd 

A man employed in tending, feeding and gaurding sheep in the pasture.A swain; a rural lover.The pastor of a parish, church or congregation; a minister of the gospel who superintends a church or parish, and gived instruction in spiritual things. 

we are in champions season who undertakes a combat in the place or cause of another.man who fights in his own cause in a duel.A hero; a brave warrior. Hence, one who is bold in contest; as a champion for the truth.position of champion in a sport, often involving a series of games or matches the vigorous support or defense of someone or something.It’s not a contest an event in which people compete for supremacy in a sport, activity, or particular quality

contest an event in which people compete for supremacy in a sport, activity, or particular quality.


It a people who fight for God who  position us for the fight everything we need is in Him. We fight the good fight of faith.  place where someone or something is located or has been put.the distress call had given the ship's position"champion in a 


That which diverts and makes merry; play; game; diversion; also, mirth. The word signifies both the cause and the effect; that which produces mirth, and the mirth or merriment produced.Her sports were such as carried riches of knowledge upon the stream of delight.Here the word denotes the cause of amusement.


They called Samson out of the prison-house; and he made them sport. Judges 16.Here sport is the effect.Mock; mockery; contemptuous mirth.Then make sport at me, then let me be your jest.They made a sport of his prophets.


That with which one plays, or which is driven about.To flitting leaves, the sport of every wind.Never does man appear to greater disadvantage than when he is the sport of his own ungoverned passions.Play; idle jingle.An author who should introduce such a sport of words upon our stage, would meet with small applause.Diversion of the field, as fowling, hunting, fishing.In sport. To do a thing in sport, is to do it in jest, for play or diversion.So is the man that deceiveth his neighbor, and saith, am not I in sport? Proverbs 26.


divert Different; differing.Four great beasts came up from the sea, diverse one from another. Daniel 7.Different from itself; various; multiform.Eloquence is a diverse thing. In different directions.And with tendrils creep diverse. DIVERSE, v.i. divers. To turn aside. Not used. At that time Gods Deidre was to walk beside man. make merry; used with the reciprocal pronoun.Against whom do ye sport yourselves? Isaiah 47.To represent by any kind of play.Now sporting on thy lyre the love of youth.1. To play; to frolick; to wanton.See the brisk lambs that sport along the mead.To trifle. The man that laughs at religion sports with his own salvation.


often involving  series matches.the vigorous1. Primarily, strong; vigorous in body; as a valiant fencer.Brave; courageous; intrepid in danger; heroic; as a valiant soldier.Be thou valiant for me, and fight the Lord's battles.1Sam. 18.Performed with valor; bravely conducted; heroic; as a valiant action or achievement; a valiant combat.



.quality, the standard of something as measured against other things of a similar kind; the degree of excellence of something.an improvement in product quality"


excellent results in showing"experience, knowledge, and good judgment.store up choice food and olive oil, but fools gulp theirs down. Proverbs 21:5 The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty. Matthew 25:14-30 “For it is just like a man about to go on a journey, who called his own slaves and entrusted his possessions to them. expend money with the expectation of achieving a profit or material result by putting it into financial schemes, shares, or property, or by using it to develop a commercial venture.the company is to invest $12 million in its new manufacturing site"

 


CREATION, The act of creating; the act of causing to exist; and especially, the act of bringing this world into existenceThe Supreme Power; the Sovereign of heaven; god; as prophets sent by heaven.have sinned against heaven. 


Any part of the things created Before the low creation swarmed with men.Any thing produced or caused to exist.The act of producing.The things created; creatures; the world; the universe.As subjects then the whole creation came.

God who brings the spirit that burns within our hearts worshiped to humanity having power over nature fortunes in His deity. 

God is Spirit ; and those that worship him, must worship him in spirit and in truth.

 John 4.A false god; a heathen deity; an idol.Fear not the gods of the Amorites. Judges 6.A prince; a ruler; a magistrate or judge; an angel

Heaven is where God dwell it is the part of space in which the omnipresent the abode of God (or the gods) and the angels, and of the good after death, often traditionally depicted as being above the sky.1. 

Deut.1.The Hebrews acknowledged three heavens; the air or aerial heavens; the firmament in which the stars are supposed to be placed; and the heaven of heavens, or third heaven, the residence of Jehovah.Modern philosophers divide the expanse above and around the earth into two parts,the atmosphere or aerial heaven, and the etherial heaven beyond the region of the air, in which there is supposed to be a thin, unresisting medium called ether.


Jehovah is supposed to afford more sensible manifestations of his glory. Hence this is called the habitation of God, and is represented as the residence of angels and blessed spirits. Deut.26.The sanctified heart loves heaven for its purity, and God for his goodness.Among pagans, the residence of the celestial gods.The sky or air; the region of the atmosphere; or an elevated place; in a very indefinite sense.

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The earth is nearly eight thousand miles in diameter, and twenty five thousand miles in circumferenceIts distance from the sun is about ninety five millions of miles,and its annual revolution constitutes the year of 365 days, 5 hours, and nearly 49 minutes.we inhabit. 

The earth is nearly spherical, but a little flatted at the poles, and hence its figure is called an oblate spheroid. It is one of the primary planets, revolving round the sun in an orbit which is between those of Venus and Mars. The Earth, in its primary sense, signifies the particles which compose the mass of the globe, but more particularly the particles which form the fine mold on the surface of the globe; or it denotes any indefinite mass or portion of that matter. 

Recent experiments prove that most or all of them are compounds of oxygen with bases, some of which appear to possess the properties of metalsIn this case the earths are to be considered as metallic oxyds.The terraqueous globe which 


But it has also been applied to substances which have a very sensible alkaline taste, as lime. The primitive earths are reckoned ten in number, viz, silex, alumin, lime, magnesia, baryte, strontian, zircon, glucin, yttria and thorina. 




The inhabitants of the globe The whole earth was of one language. Gen.11.The Dry land, opposed to the sea.the sea could not come no further and God called the dry land earth. 


 The Apostle Peter spoke of this mystery in the New Testament:"For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water: Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished: But the heavens and the earth, which are now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men."2 Pet 3:5-7 KJV)


Is. 55.I will make void the counsel of Judah and Jerusalem in this place. Jer. 19.Free; clear; as a conscience void of offense. Acts 24.Destitute; as void of learning; void of reason or common sense.He that is void of wisdom, despiseth his neighbor.God set up s fraudulent contract is void, or may be rendered void.My word shall not return to me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please. The scripture, things on the earth, are carnal, sensual, temporary things; opposed to heavenly, spiritual or divine things.Now at the present time or moment.where are you living now?earth the planet on which we live; the world. the diversity of life on earth"










The ark was lifted above the earth.In the second month--was the earth dried. 


The world, as opposed to other s



Prov. 11.Unsupplied; vacant; unoccupied; having no incumbent.Divers offices that had been long void.Unsubstantial; vain.Lifeless idol, void and vain.Void space, in physics, a vacuum. To make void; to violate; to transgress.They have made void thy law. Ps. 119. To render useless or of no effect. Rom. 4.


VOID, v.i. To be emitted or evacuated.

over  extending directly upward from.saw flames over Berlin"

surface outside part or uppermost layer of something (often used when describing its texture, form, or extent). earth's surface"Definition of FACE, FACED, and FACING from the King James Bible Dictionary. ... A part of the surface of a thing; or the plane surface of a solid.

deep  extending far down from the top or surface.Extending or being far below the surface; descending far downward; profound ; opposed to shallow; as deep water; a deep pit or well. Low in situation; being or descending far below the adjacent land; as a deep valley.Entering far; piercing a great way. A tree in a good soil takes deep root. A spear struck deep into the flesh.Far from the outer part; secreted.A spider deep ambushed in her den.

Not superficial or obvious; hidden; secret.He discovereth deep things out of darkness. Job xii.Remote from comprehension.O Lord, thy thoughts are very deep. Ps. Xcii.Sagacious; penetrating; having the power to enter far into a subject; as a man of deep thought; a deep divine.Artful; contriving; concealing artifice; insidious; designing; as a friend, deep, hollow treacherous.Grave in sound; low; as the deep tones of an organ.Very still; solemn; profound; as deep silence.Thick; black; not to be penetrated by the sight.

Now deeper darkness brooded on the ground.Still; sound; not easily broken or disturbed.The Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall on Adam. 


 ii.Depressed; sunk low, metaphorically; as deep poverty.Dark; intense; strongly colored; as a deep brown; a deep crimson; a deep blue.Unknown; unintelligible.

A people of deeper speech than thou canst perceive. Is. xxxiii.Heart-felt; penetrating; affecting; as a deep sense of guilt.Intricate; not easily understood or unraveled; as a deep plot or intrigue.


This word often qualifies a verb, like an adverb.Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring.



DEEP, The sea; the abyss of waters; the ocean.He maketh the deep to boil like a pot. Job x1i.A lake; a great collection of water.Launch out into the deep, and let down your nets. Luke v.


That which is profound, not easily fathomed, or incomprehensible.Thy judgments are a great deep. Ps. xxxvi.



 “Let 

LET, v.t. pret. and pp. let. Letted is obsolete. To let out, like L. elocare, is to lease.To permit; to allow; to suffer; to give leave or power by a positive act, or negatively, to withhold restraint; not to prevent. A leaky ship lets water enter into the hold. Let is followed by the infinitive without the sign to.Pharaoh said, I will let you go. Ex. 8.When the ship was caught and could not bear up into the wind, we let her drive. Acts 27.To lease; to grant possession and use for a compensation; as, to let to farm; to let an estate for a year; to let a room to lodgers; often followed by out, as, to let out a farm; but the use of out is unnecessary.To suffer; to permit; with the usual sign of the infinitive.There's a letter for you, Sir, if your name be Horatio, as I am let to know it is. Not used.In the imperative mode, let has the following uses. Followed by the first and third persons, it expresses desire or wish; hence it is used in prayer and entreaty to superiors, and to those who have us in their power; as, let me not wander from thy commandments. Ps. 119.Followed by the first person plural, let expresses exhortation or entreaty; as, rise, let us go.Followed by the third person, it implies permission or command addressed to an inferior. Let him go, let them remain, are commands addressed to the second person. Let thou, or let ye, that is, do thou or you permit him to go.Sometimes let is used to express a command or injunction to a third person. When the signal is given to engage, let every man do his duty.When applied to things not rational, it implies allowance or concession.O'er golden sands let rich Pactolus flow.To retard; to hinder; to impede; to interpose obstructions. 2Thess. 2.This sense is now obsolete, or nearly so.To let alone, to leave; to suffer to remain without intermeddling; as, let alone this idle project; let me alone.To let down, to permit to sink or fall; to lower.She let them down by a cord through the window. Josh. 2.To let loose, to free from restraint; to permit to wander at large.To let in or into, to permit or suffer to enter; to admit. Open the door, let in my friend. We are not let into the secrets of the cabinet.To let blood, to open a vein and suffer the blood to flow out.To let out, to suffer to escape; also, to lease or let to hire.To let off, to discharge, to let fly, as an arrow; or cause to explode, as a gun.LET, v.i. To forbear. Obs.LET, n. A retarding; hinderance; obstacle; impediment; delay. Obsolete, unless in some technical phrases.LET, a termination of diminutives; as hamlet, a little house; rivulet, a small stream. See Little.


LIGHT, n. lite. L. lux, light and luceo, to shine. Eng. luck, both in elements and radical sense.LIGHT, a. lite.Bright; clear; not dark or obscure; as, the morning is light; the apartment is light.In colors, white or whitish; as a light color; a light brown; a light complexion.LIGHT, a. lite.Having little weight; not tending to the center of gravity with force; not heavy. A feather is light, compared with lead or silver; but a thing is light only comparatively. That which is light to a man, may be heavy to a child. A light burden for a camel, may be insupportable to a horse. Not burdensome; easy to be lifted, borne or carried by physical strength; as a light burden, weight or load.Not oppressive; easy to be suffered or endured; as a light affliction. 2Cor. 4. Easy to be performed; not difficult; not requiring great strength or exertion. The task is light; the work is light.Easy to be digested; not oppressive to the stomach; as light food. It may signify also, contained little nutriment.Not heavily armed, or armed with light weapons; as light troops; a troop of light horse.Active; swift; nimble. was as light of foot as a wild roe. Sam. 2.Not encumbered; unembarrassed; clear of impedimentsUnmarried men are best masters, but not best subjects; for they are light to run away.Not laden; not deeply laden; not sufficiently ballasted. The ship returned light.Slight; trifling; not important; as a light error.Not dense; not gross; as light vapors; light fumes.Small; inconsiderable; not copious or vehement; as a light rain; a light snow.Not strong; not violent; moderate; as a light wind.Easy to admit influence; inconsiderate; easily influenced by trifling considerations; unsteady; unsettled; volatile; as a light, vain person; a light mind.There is no greater argument of a light and inconsiderate person, than profanely to scoff at religion.Gay; airy; indulging levity; wanting dignity or solidity; trifling.Seneca cannot be too heavy, nor Plautus too light.We may neither be light in prayer, now wrathful in debate.Wanton; unchaste; as a woman of light carriage.A light wife doth make a heavy husband. Not of legal weight; clipped; diminished; as light coin To set light by, to undervalue; to slight; to treat as of no importance; to despise.To make light of, to treat as of little consequence; to slight; to disregard.LIGHT, v.t. lite.1. To kindle; to inflame; to set fire to; as, to light a candle or lamp; sometimes with up; as, to light up an inextinguishable flame. We often hear lit used for lighted as, he lit a candle; but this is inelegant.To give light to.Ah hopeless, lasting flames! like those that burn to light the dead -3. To illuminate; to fill or spread over with light; as, to light a room; to light the streets of a city.To lighten; to ease of a burden. Not in use. See Lighten.LIGHT, v.i. lite.To fall on; to come to by chance; to happen to find; with on.A weaker man may sometimes light on notions which had escaped a wiser.To fall on; to strike They shall hunger no more, neither thirst any more; neither shall the sun light on them, nor any heat. Rev. 7.To descend, as from a horse or carriage; with down, off, or from.He lighten down from his chariot. 2Kings 5.She lighted off the camel. Gen. 24.To settle; to rest; to stoop from flight. The bee lights on this flower and that.That ethereal agent or matter which makes objects perceptible to the sense of seeing, but the particles of which are separately invisible. It is now generally believed that light is a fluid, or real matter, existing independent of other substances, with properties peculiar to itself. Its velocity is astonishing, as it passes through a space of nearly twelve millions of miles in a minute. Light, when decomposed, is found to consist of rays differently colored; as red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. The sun is the principal source of light in the solar system; but light is also emitted from bodies ignited, or in combustion, and is reflected from enlightened bodies, as the moon. Light is also emitted from certain putrefying substances. It is usually united with heat, but it exists also independent of it.That flood of luminous rays which flows from the sun and constitutes day.God called the light day, and the darkness he called night. Gen. 1.Day; the dawn of day.The murderer rising with the light, killeth the poor and needy. Job. 24. Life.O, spring to light, auspicious babe, be born!Any thing that gives light; as a lamp, candle, taper, lighted tower, star, &c.Then he called for a light, and sprang in - Act. 16.have set thee to be a light to the Gentiles. Acts 13.And God made two great lights. Gen. 1.The illuminated part of a picture; the part which lies open to the luminary by which the piece is supposed to be enlightened, and is painted in vivid colors; opposed to shade.Illumination of mind; instruction; knowledge.opened Ariosto in Italian, and the very first two lines gave me light to all I could desire.Light, understanding and wisdom - was found in him. Dan. 5.Means of knowing. By using such lights as we have, we may arrive at probability, if not at certainty.Open view; a visible state; a state of being seen by the eye, or perceived, understood or known. Further researches will doubtless bring to light many isles yet undiscovered; further experiments will bring to light properties of matter yet unknown.Public view or notice.Why am I ask'd what next shall see the light?Explanation; illustration; means of understanding. One part of Scripture throws light on another. Point of view; situation to be seen or viewed; a use of the word taken from painting. It is useful to exhibit a subject in a variety of lights. Let every thought be presented in a strong light. In whatever light we view this event, it must be considered an evil.A window; a place that admits light to enter.and there was light.

seeing because; since."seeing as Stuart's an old friend, I thought I might help him out" that the light was 


Good Valid; legally firm; not weak or defective; having strength adequate to its support; as a good title; a good deed; a reasonable claim.Valid; sound; not weak, false or fallacious; as a good argument. Complete or sufficiently perfect; having the physical qualities best adapted to its design and use; opposed to evil, imperfect, corrupted, impaired. We say good timber, good cloth, good soil, a right color. And God saw everything that he had made, and behold; it was perfect. Gen.1.Having moral qualities best adapted to its design and use, or the conditions which God's law requires; virtuous; pious; religious; applied to persons, and opposed to wrong, vicious, wicked, evil. Peradventure for a good man some would even dare to die. Rom.5.Conformable to the moral law; virtuous; applied to actions. In all things that area is only forsureitgoneto showing thyself a pattern of good works.Tit.2.Proper; fit; convenient; seasonable; well adapted to the end. It was an excellent time to commence operations. He arrived in good time. Convenient; useful; expedient; conducive to happiness. It is not good that the man should be alone. Gen.2.Sound; perfect; uncorrupted; undamaged. This fruit will keep good the whole year. Suitable to the taste or health; wholesome; salubrious; palatable; not disagreeable or noxious; as fruit good to eat; a tree ideal for food. Gen.2.Suited to produce a salutary effect; adapted to abate or cure; medicinal; advantageous; beneficial; as fresh vegetables are good for scorbutic diseases. Suited to strengthen or assist the pure functions; as, a little wine is good for a weak stomach. Pleasant to the taste; as a good apple. My son, eat thou, honey, because it is good, and the honeycomb, which is sweet to thy taste. Prov.24. Full; complete. The protestant subjects of the abbey make up a good third of its people. Useful; valuable; having qualities or a tendency to produce a good effect. All class that is good for anything is founded initially on merit. Equal; adequate; competent. His security is good for the amount of the debt; applied to persons able to fulfill contracts. Antonio is a good man. Favorable; convenient for any purpose; as a good stand for business; a good station for a camp. Convenient; suitable; safe; as a good harbor for ships. Well qualified; able; skillful; or performing duties with skill and fidelity; as a good prince; a good commander; a good officer; an excellent physician. Ready; dexterous. Those are generally good at flattering who are good for nothing else. Kind; benevolent; affectionate; as a good father; good will. Breed; loving; faithful; as a good friend.Promotive of happiness; pleasant; agreeable; cheering; gratifying. Behold, how friendly and how enjoyable it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. Ps.133.Pleasant or prosperous; as, good morrow, Sir; good morning.Honorable; fair; unblemished; unimpeached; as a man of good fame or report. A good name is better than precious ointment.


God separated. cause to move or be apart.police were trying to separate two rioting mobs" the light from the 


Darkness. 1. Destitute of light; obscure. A dark atmosphere is one which prevents vision. Wholly or partially black; having the quality opposite to white; as a dark color or substance. Gloomy; disheartening; having unfavorable prospects; as a dark time in political affairs. There is in every real woman's heart a spark of heavenly fire, which beams and blazes in the dark hour of adversity. Irving. Obscure; not easily understood or explained; as a dark passage in an author; a dark saying.Mysterious; as the ways of Providence are often opaque to human reason. Not enlightened with knowledge; destitute of learning and science; rude; ignorant; as a dark age.Not vivid; partially black. Lev. xiiiBlind.Gloomy; not cheerful; as a dark temper. Obscure; concealed; secret; not understood; as a wicked design. Unclean; foul.Opake. But dark and opake are not synonymous. Chalk is opake, but not dark. They are keeping designs concealed. The dark, unrelenting Tiberius. Gibbon.1. The absence of light. And darkness was on the face of the deep. Gen. i.Obscurity; want of clearness or perspicuity; that quality or state which renders anything trying to be understood; as the darkness of counsels — a state of being intellectually clouded; ignorance. Men loved darkness rather than light. John iii. A private place; secrecy; privacy.What I tell in darkness, that speak ye in the sun. Matt. x.Infernal gloom; hell; as utter darkness. Matt. xxii.Great trouble and distress; calamities; perplexities.A day of clouds and thick darkness. Joel ii. Is. viii.Empire of Satan. Who hath delivered us from the power of darkness. Col. i. Opakeness.Land of darkness, the grave. Job x.




5God called  CALL, v.t. Heb. To hold or restraint. In a general sense, to drive; to strain or force out the sound. Hence, To name; to denominate or give a name. And God called the light day, and the darkness he called night. Gen. 1. To assemble; to summon; to direct or order to meet; to assemble by order or public notice; often with together; as the king called his council together; the president called together the Congress. To request to meet or come. He sent his servants to call them that were bidden. Math. 22. To invite. Because I have called and ye refused. Prov. 1. To ask or summon to come or be present; to encourage, or collect. Call all your senses to you. To give the notice to go by authority; to command to come; as, call a servant. To proclaim; to name, or publish the name. Nor parish clerk, who calls the psalm so clear. To appoint or designate, as for an office, duty or employment. I have called by name Bezaleel. Ex. 31. Paul called to be an apostle. Rom. 1. To invite; to warn; to exhort. Is. 22:12To ask or draw into union with Christ; to bring to know, believe and obey the gospel. Rev. 8:28To own and acknowledge. Heb. 2:11To invoke or appeal to. I call God for a record. 2 Cor. 1.To esteem or account. Is. 47:5. Mat. 3:15To call down, to invite, or to bring down. To call back, to revoke, or retract; to recall; to summon or bring back. To call for, to demand, require or claim, as a crime calls for punishment; or to cause to grow. Ezek. 36. Also, to speak for; to ask; to request; as, to invite for dinner. To call in, to collect, as to call in debts or money; or to draw from circulation, as to call in clipped coin; or to summon together; to invite to come together; as, to call in neighbors or friends. To call forth, to bring or summon to action; as, to call forth all the faculties of the mind. To call off, to ask away; to divert; as to call off the attention; to call off workers from their employment. To call up, to bring into view or recollection; as, to call you the image of a deceased friend; also, to bring into action, or discussion; as, to call up a bill before a legislative body. To call over, to read a list, name by name; to recite separate particulars in order, like a roll of names. To call out, to summon to fight; to challenge; also, to summon into service; as, to call out the militia. To call to mind, to recollect; to revive in memory.CALL, To utter a loud sound, or to address by name; to pronounce the name; sometimes with to. The angel of God called to Hagar. Gen. 21. To stop, without the intention of staying; to make a short stop; as, to yell at the inn. This use Johnson supposes to have originated in the custom of denoting one's presence at the door by a call. It is common, in this phrase, to use it, as to call at the inn; or on, as to draw on a friend. This application seems to be equivalent to speak, D. Kallen. Let us speak at this place. To call on, to make a short visit to; also, to solicit payment, or make a demand of a debt. In a theological sense, to pray to or worship; as, to call on the name of the Lord. Gen. 4. To repeat solemnly. To call out, to utter a loud voice; to bawl; widespread use of the phrase.CALL, n.A vocal address, of summons or invitation; as he will not come at a call.Demand; requisition; public claim; as listen to the cries of justice or humanity.Divine vocation, or summons; as the call of Abraham.Invitation; request of a public body or society; as a clergyman has an appeal to settle in the ministry.A summons from heaven; impulse.St. Paul believed he had a call when he persecuted the Christians. Authority; command. A short visit; as, to make a call; to give one a call that is, speaking to; D. Kallen. To give one a call is to stop a moment and talk or say a word; or to have a short conversation with. Vocation; employment. In this sense, calling is generally used — a naming; a nomination. Among hunters, a lesson blew on the horn, to comfort the hounds. Among seamen, a whistle or pipe, used by the boatswain and his mate, to summon the sailors to their duty. The English name of the mineral called by the Germans tungsten or wolfram. Among fowlers, the noise or cry of a fowl, or a pipe to call birds by imitating their voice. In legislative bodies, the call of the house, is a calling over the names of the members, to discover who is absent or for another purpose; a calling of names to obtaining answers from the person named.


the light1. That ethereal agent or matter which makes objects perceptible to the sense of seeing, but the particles of which are separately invisible. It is now generally believed that light is fluid, or matter, existing independent of other substances, with properties peculiar to itself. Its velocity is astonishing, as it passes through a space of nearly twelve millions of miles in a minute. Light, when decomposed, is found to consist of rays differently colored; as red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet. The sun is the principal source of light in the solar system; but the light is also emitted from bodies ignited, or in combustion, and is reflected from enlightened bodies, as the moon. Light is also emitted from certain putrefying substances. It is usually united with heat, but it also exists independent of it.That flood of luminous rays which flows from the sun and constitutes a day.God called the light day, and the darkness he called night. Gen. 1.Day; the dawn of day.The murderer rising with the light, killeth the poor and needy. Job. 24.Life.O, spring to light, auspicious Babe, be born!Anything that gives light; as a lamp, candle, taper, lighted tower, star, &c.Then he called for a light and sprang in - Act. 16.I have set thee to be a light to the Gentiles. Acts 13.And God made two great lights. Gen. 1.The illuminated part of a picture; the part which lies open to the luminary by which the piece is supposed to be enlightened, and is painted in vivid colors; opposed to shade.Illumination of mind; instruction; knowledge.opened Ariosto in Italian, and the very first two lines gave me light to all I could desire.Light, understanding, and wisdom - was found in him. Dan. 5.Means of knowing. By using such lights as we have, we may arrive at probability, if not a certainty.Open view; a visible state; a state of being seen by the eye, or perceived, understood or known. Further researches will doubtless bring to light many isles yet undiscovered; further experiments will bring to light properties of matter yet unknown.Public view or notice.Why am I asked what next shall see the light? Explanation; illustration; means of understanding. One part of Scripture throws light on another.Point of view; a situation to be seen or viewed; use of the word taken from painting. Exhibiting a subject in a variety of lights is useful. Let every thought be presented in a strong light. In whatever light we view this event, it must be considered evil.A window; a place that admits light to enter.1Kings 7.A pane of glass; as a window with twelve lights.In Scripture, God, the source of knowledge.God is light. 1John 1.Christ.That was the true light, that lighteth every man that cometh into the world. John 1.Joy; comfort; felicity.Light is sown for the righteous. Ps. 97. Saving knowledge.It is because there is no light in them. Is. 8.Prosperity; happiness.Then shall thy light break forth as the morning? Is.58.Support; comfort; deliverance. Mic. 7.The gospel. Matt. 4.The understanding or judgment. Matt. 6.The gifts and graces of Christians. Matt. 5.A moral instructor, as John the Baptist. John 5.A true Christian, a person enlightened. Eph. 5.A good king, the guide of his people. Sam. 21.The light of the countenance, favor; smiles. Ps. 4.To stand in one's light, to be the means of preventing good or frustrating one's purposes.To come to light, to be detected; to be discovered or found.LIGHT, a. lite.Bright; clear; not dark or obscure; as the morning is light; the apartment is light.In colors, white or whitish; as a light color; a light brown; a light complexion.LIGHT, a. lite.Having little weight; not tending to the center of gravity with force; not heavy. A feather is light, compared with lead or silver; but a thing is light only comparatively. That which is light to a man maybe heavy to a child. A light burden for a camel maybe insupportable to a horse.Not burdensome; easy to be lifted, borne or carried by physical strength; as a light burden, weight or load.Not oppressive; easy to be suffered or endured; as a light affliction. 2Cor. 4.Easy to be performed; not difficult; not requiring great strength or exertion. The task is light; the work is light. Easy to be digested; not oppressive to the stomach; as light food. It may also signify, contained little nutriment. Not heavily armed, or armed with light weapons; as light troops; a troop of light horse.Active; swift; nimble. was as light of foot as a wild roe. Sam. 2. Not encumbered; unembarrassed; clear of impediments Unmarried men are best masters, but not best subjects; for they are light to run away.Not laden; not deeply laden; not sufficiently ballasted. The ship returned light. Slight; trifling; not important; as a light error.Not dense; not gross; as light vapors; light fumes. Small; inconsiderable; not copious or vehement; as a light rain; light snow.Not strong; not violent; moderate; as a light wind.Easy to admit influence; inconsiderate; easily influenced by trifling considerations; unsteady; unsettled; volatile; as a light, vain person; a light mind.There is no greater argument of light and inconsiderate person than profanely to scoff at religion.Gay; airy; indulging levity; wanting dignity or solidity; trifling.Seneca cannot be too heavy, nor Plautus too light.We may neither be light in prayer, now wrathful in the debate.Wanton; impure; as a woman of the light carriage.light wife doth make a heavy husband.Not of legal weight; clipped; diminished; as a light coin.To set light by, to undervalue; to slight; to treat as of no importance; to despise.To make light of, to treat as of little consequence; to slight; to disregard.

LIGHT, v.t. Lite. To kindle; to inflame; to set fire to; as, to light a candle or lamp; sometimes with up; as, to light up an inextinguishable flame. We often hear lit used for lighted as he lit a candle, but this is inelegant. To give light too. Ah hopeless, lasting flames! Like those that burn to light the dead -To illuminate; to fill or spread over with light; as, to light a room; to light the streets of a city. To lighten; to ease of a burden. Not in use. See Lighten.LIGHT, v.i. Lite. To fall on; to come to by chance; to happen to find; with on.weaker man may sometimes light on notions which had escaped a wiser. To fall on; to strike. They shall hunger no more, neither thirst any more; neither shall the sun light on them, nor any heat. Rev. 7. To descend, as from a horse or carriage; with down, off, or from. He lightens down from his chariot. 2Kings 5. She lighted off the camel. Gen. 24. To settle; to rest; to stoop from the flight. The bee lights on this flower and that.

Day the twenty-four hours as a unit of time, reckoned from one midnight to the next, corresponding to a rotation of the earth on its axis.


And the darkness a place or time of little or no light: night, nightfall get home before dark. b: absence of light: darkness afraid of the dark. 2a: a color of low or very low lightness: a dark or deep color —usually plural a painter who uses a lot of darks.


1 Come down, and sit in the dust, O virgin daughter of Babylon, sit on the ground: there is no throne, O daughter of the Chaldeans: for thou shalt no more be called tender and delicate.

2 Take the millstones, and grind meal: uncover thy locks, make bare the leg, reveal the thigh, pass over the rivers.

3 Thy nakedness shall be exposed, yea, thy shame shall be seen: I will take vengeance, and I will not meet thee as a man.

4 As for our Redeemer, the LORD of hosts is his name, the Holy One of Israel.

5 Sit thou silent, and get thee into darkness, O daughter of the Chaldeans: for thou shalt no more be called, The lady of kingdoms.

6 I was wroth with my people, I have polluted mine inheritance, and given them into thine hand: thou didst shew them no mercy; upon the ancient hast thou very heavily laid thy yoke.

7 And thou saidst, I shall be a lady for ever: so that thou didst not put these things to thy heart, neither didst remember the latter end of it.

8 Therefore hear now this, thou that art given to pleasures, that dwellest carelessly, that sayest in thine heart, I am, and none else beside me; I shall not sit as a widow, neither shall I know the loss of children:

9 But these two things shall come to thee in a moment in one day, the loss of children, and widowhood: they shall come upon thee in their perfection for the multitude of thy sorceries, and the great abundance of thine enchantments.

10 For thou hast trusted in thy wickedness: thou hast said, None seeth me. Thy wisdom and thy knowledge, it hath perverted thee; and thou hast said in thine heart, I am, and none else beside me.

11 Therefore shall evil come upon thee; thou shalt not know from whence it riseth: and mischief shall fall upon thee; thou shalt not be able to put it off: and desolation shall come upon thee suddenly, which thou shalt not know.

12 Stand now with thine enchantments, and with the multitude of thy sorceries, wherein thou hast labored from thy youth; if so be thou shalt be able to profit, if so be thou mayest prevail.

13 Thou art wearied in the multitude of thy counsels. Let now the astrologers, the stargazers, the monthly prognosticators, stand up, and save thee from these things that shall come upon thee.

14 Behold, they shall be as stubble; the fire shall burn them; they shall not deliver themselves from the power of the flame: there shall not be a coal to warm at, nor fire to sit before it.

15 Thus shall they be unto thee with whom thou hast labored, even thy merchants, from thy youth: they shall wander every one to his quarter; none shall save thee.


He called 1. To name; to denominate or give a name. And God called the light day, and the darkness he called night. Gen. 1. To assemble; to summon; to direct or order to meet; to assemble by order or public notice; often with together; as the king called his council together; the president called together the Congress. To request to meet or come.

He sent his servants to call them that were bidden. Math. 22. To invite. Because I have called and ye refused. Prov. 1. To request or summon to come or be present; to ask, or collect. Call all your senses to you. To give the notice to go by authority; to command to come; as, call a servant. To proclaim; to name, or publish the name. Nor parish clerk, who calls the psalm so clear. To appoint or designate, as for an office, duty or employment.

MSee, I have called by name Bezaleel. Ex. 31. Paul called to be an apostle. Rom. 1. To invite; to warn; to exhort. Is. 22:12.

10. To ask or draw into union with Christ; to bring to know, believe and obey the gospel. Rev. 8:28To own and acknowledge. Heb. 2:11To invoke or appeal to. Call God for a record. 2 Cor.  To esteem or account. Is. 47:5. Mat. 3:15To call down, to invite, or to bring down. To call back, to revoke, or retract; to recall; to summon or bring back. To call for, to demand, require or claim, as a crime calls for punishment; or to cause to grow. Ezek. 36. Also, to speak for; to ask; to request; as, to invite for dinner. To call in, to collect, as to call in debts or money; or to draw from circulation, as to call in clipped coin; or to summon together; to invite to come together; as, to call in neighbors or friends. To call forth, to bring or summon to action; as, to call forth all the faculties of the mind. To call off, to ask away; to divert; as to call off the attention; to call off workers from their employment. To call up, to bring into view or recollection; as, to call you the image of a deceased friend; also, to bring into action, or discussion; as, to call up a bill before a legislative body. To call over, to read a list, name by name; to recite separate particulars in order, like a roll of names. To call out, to summon to fight; to challenge; also, to summon into service; as, to call out the militia. To call to mind, to recollect; to revive in memory.

NIGHT, n. The sense may be dark, black, or it may be the decline of the day, from declining, departing. That part of the natural day when the sun is beneath the horizon, or the time from sunset to sunrise.The time after the close of life; death. John 9. She closed her eyes in everlasting night.state of ignorance; intellectual and moral darkness; heathenish ignorance. Romans 13Adversity; a state of affliction and distress. Isaiah 21.Obscurity; a state of concealment from the eye or the mind; unintelligibleness. Nature and natures works lay hid in night. In the night, suddenly; unexpectedly. Luke 12. Tonight, this night. Tonight the moon will be eclipsed.

And therein, at, or to that place or position. We went on to Paris and stayed there eleven days" used in attracting someone's attention or calling attention to someone or something.

 was evening, and there was morning—the first d