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Saturday, July 28, 2018

1 Peter 2:20

1 Peter 2:20-21

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From the beginning of time until the now ecisrance Gid always hated sin. 


Our einquutt separates us from God. Which mean when we sin there us a gap a stintch that will cause separation between God and man.


It is a known factor that the Stinch that has occupy theses mortals bodies where God habitats smells what God smells feel what God feels. Hurts the way Gid hurts be cause by now Gid living in us occupies us dwells in us as we become Jesus whom reserves the Gid if the unreversed in us is hosed humselfw in us. 


The Word salvation means preservation or deliverance from harm, ruin, or loss.   they try to sell it to us as economic salvationwhat was paid the the future will benifit you by your trust in Him. SALVA'TIwhat we need is a commitment" credit the ability of a to obtain goods or services before payment Our faith is ased on the trust in the one who paid it all trusting in Him  is A sure act of saving; preservation from destruction, danger or great calamity.










Appropriately in theology, the redemption of man from the bondage of sin and liability to eternal death, and the conferring on him everlasting happiness. 










This is the great salvation.Godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation. 2Cor. Deliverance from enemies; victory. Ex. 14 Remission of sins, or saving graces. Luke 19.The author of man's salvation. Ps. 27. A term of praise or benediction. Rev. 19.  










I've got unlimited credit" but if you have unlimited credit your payment is made. an entry recording a sum received, God is recording you. listed on the.  right-hand side or column of an account.publicly acknowledge someone as a participant in the production of (something published or broadcast)  it if, when at what time.  











when did you last see him?"  you used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressing. are you listening?" sin  an immoral act considered to be a transgression against divine law. a sin in the eyes of God"


SIN is voluntary departure of a moral agent from a known rule of rectitude or duty, prescribed by God; 

And if there be any voluntary transgression of the divine law, or violation of a divine command; a wicked act; iniquity. 

Sin is either a positive act in which a known divine law is violated, or it is the voluntary neglect to obey a positive divine command, or a rule of duty clearly implied in such command. 

Bring process. However it’s is Sin that comprehends the sin which has an experation in sight sound and feel. The end of sin is destruction. 

Sin is activated by flesh and feelings by sound and visual excess which means sin must have a access code before interning in the doors of the heart who does not practice what sin is all about. 

not action only, but neglect of known and duty, all of your evil thoughts and  purposes, words and desires, whatever is contrary to God's commands or law. 

1 John 3. Matt. 15. James 4. Sinner neither enjoy the pleasures of nor the peace of piety. Among divines, sin is original or actual. Actual sin, above defined, is the act of a moral agent in violating a known rule of duty. 

Original sin, as generally understood, is native depravity of heart to the divine will, that corruption of nature of deterioration of the moral character of man, which is supposed to be the effect of Adam's apostasy; and which manifests itself in moral agents by positive act of disobedience to the divine will, or by the voluntary neglect to comply 

with the express commands of God, which require that we should love God with all the heart and soul and strength and mind, and our neighbor as ourselves. 

This native depravity or alienation of affections from God and his law, is supposed to be what the apostle calls the carnal mind or mindedness, which is enmity against God, and is therefore denominated sin or sinfulness. 

Unpardonable sin, or blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, is supposed to be a malicious and obstinate rejection of Christ and the gospel plan of salvation, or a contemptuous resistance made to the influences and convictions of the Holy Spirit. 

Matt.2. A sin-offering; an offering made to atone for sin. He hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin. 2 Cor 5.A man enormously wicked. Not in use. Sin differs from crime, not in nature, but in application. That which is a crime against society, is sin against God.




and are  beaten. having been defeated. I knew when I was beaten"having been beaten or struck he trudged home like a beaten dog"













.I wish to die, yet dare not death endure.To continue in.



  

 


 bear,  suffer, endure, abide, tolerate, stand mean to put up with something trying or painful. bear usually implies the power to sustain without flinching or breaking. ⟨forced to bear a tragic loss⟩used to introduce something contrasting with what has already been mentioned












But a.used to talk about the result or effect of something that may happen or be true. used to discuss the imaginary result or effect of something that did not happen or that is or was not true. used to say that something must happen before another thing can happen. when.  










When definition, at what time or period? how long ago? how soon?: When are they to arrive you.  used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressing "are you listening?










used to refer to any person in general after a while, you get used to it" do  perform (an action, the precise nature of which is often unspecified).something must be done about the city's new lgood  to be desired or approved of. we live at peace with each other, which is good"










and suffer experience or be subjected to (something bad or unpleasant).he'd suffered intense pain"To feel or bear what is painful, disagreeable or distressing, either to the body or mind; to undergo. We suffer pain of body; we suffer grief of mind. 







The criminal suffers punishment; the sinner suffers the pangs of conscience in this life, and is condemned to suffer the wrath of an offended God. We often suffer wrong; we suffer abuse; we suffer injustice. 








To endure; to support; to sustain; not to sink under.Our spirit and strength entire,Strongly to suffer and support our pains.To allow; to permit; not to forbid or hinder. Will you suffer yourself to be insulted?suffer them to enter and possess.








Thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy neighbor, and not suffer sin upon him. Lex.19.To undergo; to be affected by. Substances suffer an entire change by the action of fire, or by entering into new combinations.









To sustain; to be affected by; as, to suffer loss or damage. SUF'FER,v.i. To feel or undergo pain of body or mind; to bear what is inconvenient. We suffer with pain, sickness or sorrow. 








We suffer with anxiety. We suffer by evils past and by anticipating others to come. We suffer from fear and from disappointed hopes.To undergo, as punishment.









The father was first condemned to suffer on a day appointed,and the son afterwards, the day following. To be injured; to sustain loss or damage. A building suffers for want of seasonable repairs









. It is just that we should suffer for neglect of duty.Public business suffers by private infirmities For it you endure1.suffer (something painful or difficult) patiently."it seemed impossible that anyone could endure such pain"1. 

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To last; to continue in the same state without perishing; to remain; to abide.The Lord shall endure forever. Ps.9.He shall hold it his house fast, but it shall not endure. Job.8.To bear; to brook; to suffer without resistance, or without yielding.








How can I endure to see the evil that shall come to my people? Esther 8.Can thy heart endure, or thy hands be strong? Ezek. 22. ENDU'RE, v.t. To bear; to sustain; to support without breaking or yielding to force or pressure. Metals endure a certain degree of heat without melting.






Both were of shining steel, and wrought so pure.As might the strokes of two such arms endure.To bear with patience; to bear without opposition or sinking under the pressure.Therefore, I endure all things for the elect's sake.







 2 Tim 2.If ye endure chastening, God dealeth with you as with sons. Heb.12.To undergo; to sustain.I wish to die, yet dare not death endure.To continue in. Not used


Mm this is a gracious 1. Favorable; kind; friendly; as,the envoy met with a gracious reception.Favorable; kind; benevolent; merciful; disposed to forgive offenses and impart unmerited blessings.

Thou are a God ready to pardon, gracious andmerciful. Neh.9.Favorable; expressing kindness and favor.All bore him witness, and wondered at the gracious words which proceeded from his mouth. Luke Proceeding from divine grace; as a person in a gracious state.Acceptable; 

favored.He made us gracious before the kings of Persia. Little used. 1 Esdras.Renewed or implanted by grace; as gracious affections.Virtuous; good. Excellent; graceful; becoming.


thing an object that one need not, cannot, or does not wish to give a specific name to."look at that metal rail thing over there"

in the sight 1. The act of seeing external objects; actual sight.Faith here is turned into vision there.The faculty of seeing; sight. Vision is far more perfect and acute in some animals than in man.Something imagined to be seen, though not real; a phantom; a specter.No dreams, but visions strange.

In Scripture, a revelation from God; an appearance or exhibition of something supernaturally presented to the minds of the prophets, by which they were informed of future events. Such were the visions of Isaiah, of Amos, of Ezekiel, &c. Something imaginary; the production of fancy.Any thing which is the object of sight.1. the faculty or power of seeing.Joseph lost his sight as a baby of God.  

The Supreme Being; Jehovah; the eternal and infinite spirit, the creator,and the sovereign of the universe.God is a spirit; and they 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 6.3. 

A prince; a ruler; a magistrate or judge; an angel. Thou shalt not revile the gods, nor curse the ruler of thy people.Gods here is a bad translation.Any person or thing exalted too much in estimation, or deified and honored as the chief good.Whose god is their belly. Phil.3.

For  Definition of for for English Language Learners. used to indicate the place someone or something is going to or toward. —used to indicate the person or thing that something is sent or given to.  used to indicate the thing that something is meant to be used with. to expressing motion in the direction of (a particular location).walking down to the mall"identifying the person or thing affected."you were terribly unkind to her"

    thisused to identify a specific person or thing close at hand or being indicated or experienced."is this your bag?"referring to a specific thing or situation just mentioned."the company was transformed, and Ward had played a vital role in bringing this about"used to identify a specific person or thing close at hand or being indicated or experienced."don't listen to this guy"referring to a specific thing or situation just mentioned."there was a court case resulting from this incident"

    You used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressing.are you listening?"used to refer to any person in general.after a while, you get used to it. have possess, own, or hold."he had a new car and a boat"


    been  called, CALL, v.t. Heb. To hold or restrain. In a general sense, to drive; to strain or force out 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 convoke; 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.  To invite or summon to come or be present; to invite, or collect.Call all your senses to you.To give notice to come 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. 22:12.To invite or draw into union with Christ; to bring to know, believe and obey the gospel. Rev. 8:28 


    To own and acknowledge. Heb. 2:11.To invoke or appeal to.I call God for a record. 2 Cor. 1.To esteem or account. Is. 47:5. Mat. 3:15.To 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 call for a 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 summon away; to divert; as, to call off the attention; to call off workmen from their employment.

    To call up, to bring into view or recollection; as, to call u 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, as 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, 

    iTo utter a loud sound, or to address by name; to utter the name; sometimes with to.The angel of God called to Hagar. Gen. 21.To stop, without intention of staying; to make a short stop; as, to call at the inn. This use Johnson supposes to have originated in the custom of denoting ones presence at the door by a call. It is common, in this phrase, to use at, as to call at the inn; or on, as to call 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; a popular use of the phrase.

    CALL, n.1. A vocal address, of summons or invitation; as, he will not come at a call.Demand; requisition; public claim; as, listen to the calls 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 a call 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, a speaking to; D. Kallen. To give one a call, is to stop a moment and speak 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 blown 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 other purpose; a calling of names with a view to obtain answers from the person named.


    because for the reason that; since. we did it because we felt it our duty"

    CHRIST, n. THE ANOINTED; an appellation given to the Savior of the World, and synonymous with the Hebrew Messiah. It was a custom of antiquity to consecrate persons to the sacerdotal and regal offices by anointing them with oil. 

    Revelation 1 King James The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave unto him, to shew unto his servants things which must shortly come to pass; and he sent and signified it by his angel unto his servant John:

    Who bare record of the word of God, and of the testimony of Jesus Christ, and of all things that he saw.

    Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein: for the time is at hand.

    John to the seven churches which are in Asia: Grace be unto you, and peace, from him which is, and which was, and which is to come; and from the seven Spirits which are before his throne;

    And from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, and the first begotten of the dead, and the prince of the kings of the earth. Unto him that loved us, and washed us from our sins in his own blood,

    And hath made us kings and priests unto God and his Father; to him be glory and dominion for ever and ever. Amen.

    Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him. Even so, Amen.

    I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.

    I John, who also am your brother, and companion in tribulation, and in the kingdom and patience of Jesus Christ, was in the isle that is called Patmos, for the word of God, and for the testimony of Jesus Christ.

    10 I was in the Spirit on the Lord's day, and heard behind me a great voice, as of a trumpet,

    11 Saying, I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last: and, What thou seest, write in a book, and send it unto the seven churches which are in Asia; unto Ephesus, and unto Smyrna, and unto Pergamos, and unto Thyatira, and unto Sardis, and unto Philadelphia, and unto Laodicea.

    12 And I turned to see the voice that spake with me. And being turned, I saw seven golden candlesticks;

    13 And in the midst of the seven candlesticks one like unto the Son of man, clothed with a garment down to the foot, and girt about the paps with a golden girdle.

    14 His head and his hairs were white like wool, as white as snow; and his eyes were as a flame of fire;

    15 And his feet like unto fine brass, as if they burned in a furnace; and his voice as the sound of many waters.

    16 And he had in his right hand seven stars: and out of his mouth went a sharp twoedged sword: and his countenance was as the sun shineth in his strength.

    17 And when I saw him, I fell at his feet as dead. And he laid his right hand upon me, saying unto me, Fear not; I am the first and the last:

    18 I am he that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death.

    19 Write the things which thou hast seen, and the things which are, and the things which shall be hereafter;

    20 The mystery of the seven stars which thou sawest in my right hand, and the seven golden candlesticks. The seven stars are the angels of the seven churches: and the seven candlesticks which thou sawest are the seven churches

    also in addition; too.a brilliant linguist, he was also interested in botany"

    suffered  SUF'FER, v.t.L. suffero; sub, under, and fero, to bear; as we say, to undergo. To feel or bear what is painful, disagreeable or distressing, either to the body or mind; to undergo. We suffer pain of body; we suffer grief of mind. The criminal suffers punishment; the sinner suffers the pangs of conscience in this life, and is condemned to suffer the wrath of an offended God. We often suffer wrong; we suffer abuse; we suffer injustice. To endure; to support; to sustain; not to sink under.Our spirit and strength entire,Strongly to suffer and support our pains.To allow; to permit; not to forbid or hinder. Will you suffer yourself to be insulted? I suffer them to enter and possess.Thou shalt in any wise rebuke thy neighbor, and not suffer sin upon him. Lex.19.To undergo; to be affected by. Substances suffer an entire change by the action of fire, or by entering into new combinations.To sustain; to be affected by; as, to suffer loss or damage.

    SUF'FER,v.i. To feel or undergo pain of body or mind; to bear what is inconvenient. We suffer with pain, sickness or sorrow. We suffer with anxiety. We suffer by evils past and by anticipating others to come. We suffer from fear and from disappointed hopes.To undergo, as punishment.The father was first condemned to suffer on a day appointed,and the son afterwards, the day following.To be injured; to sustain loss or damage. A building suffers for want of seasonable repairs. It is just that we should suffer for neglect of duty.Public business suffers by private infirmities.used as a function word to indicate an intended goal  left for homeacted for the bestused as a function word to indicate the object or recipient of a perception, desire, or activity  

    • now for a good rest
    • run foryour life
    • an eye for a bargain
    as being or constituting  
    • taken for a fool
     
    • eggs forbreakfast
    used as a function word to indicate an actual or implied enumeration or selection
    • thing, the price is too high
    because of  
    • can't sleep for the heat
    a function word to indicate suitability or fitness  
    • it is not for you to choose
    • ready for actio 
    in place of  
    • go to the store for me
    on behalf of representing 
    • speaks for the court
     
    (2) in favor of  
    • all for the plan
    spite of  usually used with all
    • for all his large size, he moves gracefully 
    with respect to concerning 
    • a stickler for detail
     
    • heavy for its size
    used as a function word to indicate equivalence in exchange  
    • $10 for a hat
    , equality in number or quantity  
    • point for point
    , or correspondence or correlation  
    • for every one that works, you'll find five that don't
    used as a function word to indicate number of attempts used as a function word to indicate duration of time or extent of space  
    • gone for two days
    in honor of after 
    • named forher grandmothe 
    you, leaving FORSA'KE, v.t. pret. forsook; pp. forsaken. See Seek .To quit or leave entirely; to desert; to abandon; to depart from. Friends and flatterers forsake us in adversity.Forsake the foolish, and live. Prov. 9 To abandon; to renounce; to reject.bIf his children forsake my law, and walk not in my judgments - Ps. 89.Cease from anger, and forsake wrath. Ps. 37.To leave; to withdraw from; to fail. In anger, the color forsakes the cheeks. In severe trials, let not fortitude forsake you.In scripture, God forsakes his people, when he withdraws his aid, or the light of his countenance.


    you used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressing."are you listening?"used to refer to any person in general.after a while, you get used to it"

    an example pl. L. e xemplum. A pattern; a copy; a mode; that which is proposed to be imitated. This word, when applied to material things, is now generally written sample, as a sample of cloth; but example is sometimes used. A pattern, in morals or manners; a copy, or model; that which is proposed or is proper to be imitated.I have given you an example, that you should do as I have done to you. John 13.Example is our preceptor before we can reason. Precedent; a former instance. Buonaparte furnished many examples of successful bravery.Precedent or former instance, in a bad sense, intended for caution.Lest any man fall after the same example of unbelief. Heb.4.Sodom and Gomorrah--are set forth for an example,suffering the vengeance of eternal fire. Jude.7. A person fit to be proposed for a pattern; one whose conduct is worthy of imitation.Be thou an example of the believers. 1 Tim 4.Precedent which disposes to imitation.Example has more effect than precept. Instance serving for illustration of a rule or precept; or a particular case or proposition illustrating a general rule, position or truth. The principles of trigonometry and the rules of grammar are illustrated by examples.In logic, or rhetoric, the conclusion of one singular point from another; an induction of what may happen from what has happened. If civil war has produced calamities of a particular kind in one instance, it is inferred that it will produce like consequences in other cases. This is an example.

     that used to identify a specific person or thing observed by the speaker. that's his wife over there"referring to a specific thing previously mentioned, known, or understood."that's a good idea" to identify a specific person or thing observed or heard by the speaker."look at that man there"referring to a specific thing previously mentioned, known, or understood.he lived in Mysore at that time

    you used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressing.are you listening?"used to refer to any person in general."after a while, you get used to it"

    might 

    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.A state of ignorance; intellectual and moral darkness; heathenish ignorance. Romans 13.Adversity; 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 To-night, in this night. To-night the moon will be eclipsed.


    follow 1. go or come after (a person or thing proceeding ahead); move or travel behind.she went back into the house, and Ben followed her"To go after or behind; to walk, ride or move behind, but in the same direction. Soldiers will usually follow a brave officer.To pursue; to chase; as an enemy, or as game.To accompany; to attend in a journey.And Rebekah arose, and her damsels, and they rode on the camels, and followed the man. Gen. 24.To accompany; to be of the same company; to attend, for any purpose. Luke 5.To succeed in order of time; to come after; as a storm is followed by a calm.Signs following signs lead on the mighty year.To be consequential; to result from, as effect from a cause. Intemperance is often followed by disease or poverty, or by both.To result from, as an inference or deduction. It follows from these facts that the accused is guilty.To pursue with the eye; to keep the eyes fixed on a moving body. He followed or his eyes followed the ship, till it was beyond sight.He followed with his eyes the fleeting shade.To imitate; to copy; as, to follow a pattern or model; to follow fashion.To embrace; to adopt and maintain; to have or entertain like opinions; to think or believe like another; as, to follow the opinions and tenets of a philsophic sect; to follow Plato. To obey; to observe; to practice; to act in conformity to. It is our duty to follow the commands of Christ. Good soldiers follow the orders of their general; good servants follow the directions of their master. To pursue as an object of desire; to endeavor to obtain. Follow peace with all men. Heb. 12. To use; to practice; to make the chief business; as, to follow the trade of a carpenter; to follow the profession of law.To adhere to; to side with.The house of Judah followed David. 2Sam. 2.To adhere to; to honor; to worship; to serve.the Lord be God, follow him. 1Kings 18.To be led or guided by.Wo to the foolish prophets, who follow their own spirit, and have seen nothing. Ezek. 13.17. To move on in the same course or direction; to be guided by; as, to follow a track or course.

    FOL'LOW, v.i1. To come after another.The famine - shall follow close after you. Jer. 42.To attend; to accompany.3. To be posterior in time; as following ages. To be consequential, as effect to cause. From such measures, great mischiefs must follow.To result, as an inference. The facts may be admitted, but the inference drawn from them doesfollow.follow on, to continue pursuit or endeavor; to persevere.Then shall we know, if we follow on to know the Lord.

    in hisbelonging to or associated with a male person or animal previously mentioned or easily identified."James sold his business"

     steps.WALK, v.i. G., to full, to felt hats; a fuller; to stir, to be agitated, to rove, to travel, to wander, to roll. Our ancestors appropriated the verb to moving on the feet, and the word is peculiarly expressive of that rolling or wagging motion which marks the walk of clownish people. To move slowly on the feet; to step slowly along; to advance by steps moderately repeated; as animals. Walking in men differs from running only in the rapidity and length of the steps; but in quadrupeds, the motion or order of the feet is sometimes changed.At the end of twelve months, he walked in the palace of the kingdom of Babylon. Daniel 4.When Peter had come down out of the ship, he walked on the water, to go to Jesus. Matthew 14. To move or go on the feet for exercise or amusement. Hundreds of students daily walk on Downing terrace in Cambridge. To appear, as a specter.The spirits of the dead may walk again.To act on any occasion.Do you think Id walk in any plot?To be in motion, as a clamorous tongue.Her tongue did walk in foul reproach.To act or move on the feet in sleep.When was it she last walkd? But this is unusual. When we speak of noctambulation, we say, to walk in sleep.To range; to be stirring.Affairs that walk, as they say spirits do at midnight. Unusual.To move off; to depart.When he comes forth he will make their cows and garrans walk. Not elegant.In Scripture, to live and act or behave; to pursue a particular course of life.To walk with God, to live in obedience to his commands, and have communion with him. Genesis 5.To walk in darkness, to live in ignorance, error and sin, without comfort. 1 John 1.To walk in the light, to live int he practice of religion, and to enjoy its consolations. 1 John 1.To walk by faith, to live in the firm belief of the gospel and its promises, and to rely on Christ for salvation. 2 Corinthians 5.To walk through the fire, to be exercised with severe afflictions. Isaiah 43.To walk after the flesh, to indulge sensual appetites, and to live in sin. Romans 8.To walk after the Spirit, to be guided by the counsels and influences of the Spirit and by the word of God, and to live a life of holy deportment.To walk in the flesh, to live this natural life, which is subject to infirmities and calamities. 2 Corinthians 10.To walk in, to enter, as a house. Walk in, gentlemen.WALK, v.t. wauk.To pass through or upon; as, to walk the streets. This is elliptical for to walk in or through the street.To cause to walk or step slowly; to lead, drive or ride with a slow pace. He found the road so bad he was obliged to walk his horse. The coachman walked his horses from Woodbridge to Princeton.WALK, n. Wauk. The act of walking; the act of moving on the feet with a slow pace.The act of walking for air or exercise; as a morning walk; an evening walk.Manner of walking; gait; step. We often know a person in a distant apartment by his walk.Length of way or circuit through which one walks; or a place for walking; as a long walk; a short walk. The gardens of the Tuilerie and of the Luxemburgh are very pleasant walks. An avenue set with trees.Way; road; range; place of wandering.The mountains are his walks.The starry walks above.Region; space.He opened a boundless walk for his imagination.Course of life or pursuit. This is not within the walk of the historian.The slowest pace of a horse, ox or other quadruped.A fish. A mistake for whelk.In the West Indies, a plantation of canes, &c.A sheep walk, so called, is high and dry land where sheep pasture.