The people who walk in darkness Will see a great light; Those who live in a dark land, The light will shine on them. Matthew 4:16 Verse Concepts “The people who were sitting in darkness saw a great Light, And those who were sitting in the land and shadow of death, Upon them a Light dawned.” Isaiah 29:18 Verse Concepts
Black, blackness, and blacker are found 23 times in the Bible, describing the sky, hair, cloth, marble, skin, night, ravens, cumin, and horses. In each occurrence, blackness appears to be a synonym for "darkness." This does not mean, however, that the color black holds no symbolic meaning. It certainly has overtones of foreboding.
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- Some Facts to Consider About Terms For The Devil
- How to Use The Lists Below
- Names from The Old Testament
- Names from The New Testament
- Names from The Book of Mormon
- Names from The Doctrine & Covenants
- Names from The Pearl of Great Price
- Names That Do Not Actually Appear in Scripture
- How These Lists Were Constructed
As used in the King James VersionEnglish, the word devil is used for three Greek words (slanderer, demon, and adversary), as well as one Hebrew word (spoiler). Throughout the Old and New Testament, the devil is referred to as the dragon. Sometimes this term refers to the devil. However, it comes from two separate Hebrew terms that can also be trans...
Many of the terms found below are used with articles, like the word the. For example, devil or adversary are usually termed the devil or the adversary. No articles are included in the lists that follow. However, sometimes the distinctions are important because Satan is the devil; whereas the term devils or a devil usually refers to the evil spirits...
Although the largest book of scripture we have, the Old Testament has surprisingly few references to the devil. The list is short and the total references are few. 1. adversary 2. devil 3. destroyer 4. dragon 5. enemy 6. evil spirit 7. great dragon 8. Lucifer 9. Satan 10. serpent 11. son of the morning 12. son of wickedness 13. spoiler 14. tempter
From the Bible Dictionary, we learn that Abaddon is a Hebrewterm and Apollyon is Greek for the angel of the bottomless pit. This is how the terms are used in Revelation 9:11. Usually, the letter d in the word devil or the phrase the devil is not capitalized. However, we do find some references to the devil capitalized in the New Testament, but not ...
Instead of using mammon to describe riches as the New Testament does, the Book of Mormonrefers to Mammon and capitalizes the M. Clearly, this is a reference to Satan. Although the devil is referred to as a serpent in other scripture, Book of Mormon references always use that "old serpent" unless it is referring to snakes. 1. adversary 2. angel of G...
The sons of perdition are referred to in the D&C. However, Satan himself is only referred to as Perdition, with a capital P. 1. adversary 2. devil 3. liar from the beginning 4. Lucifer 5. destroyer 6. enemy 7. old serpent 8. Perdition 9. prince of this world 10. Satan 11. slanderer 12. son of the morning 13. wicked one
The Pearl of Great Priceis the smallest book of scripture used by Mormons. 1. adversary 2. devil 3. father of all lies 4. Satan 5. serpent 6. wicked oneChief of the DemonsEnemy of RighteousnessGreat AntichristPrince of Darkness
We know that the spirits who followed Satan in the premortal life serve him and help tempt mortals in this life. These list items come from all books of scripture. Angels to a devil may seem to be a logical term, but it is only mentioned once in the Book of Mormon. The term, devil's angels, does not appear anywhere in scripture. The reference to an...
The terms were all searched via the Church's web page in the search box labeled, Search Scriptures. The PDF's of all scriptures were searched as well. However, these searches did not reveal terms they should have. Therefore, the above search feature is probably more reliable.
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Jun 17, 2021 · After this, his brother came out, with his hand grasping Esau’s heel; so he was named Jacob.”. – Genesis 25-25 -26. Jacob means he grasps the heel, in case you were wondering. What was true ...
Dec 16, 2022 · 10 Names of God – Bible Meaning and Relevance Today: 1. Elohim. Elohim means “God” – This name refers to God’s incredible power and might. He is the One and only God. He is Supreme, the true God in a world that promotes many false gods and religions. He is the one on whom we can fully rely, He is Sovereign, He is the one we can ...
Sep 10, 2021 · People's names in the Bible often relate rather closely to their life, role, or responsibility. Here's a sampling to show you what we mean: Azariah: he who hears the Lord (just as the prophet did in 2 Chronicles 15) Nabal: fool; senseless (which fits this witless man in 1 Samuel 25) Lazarus: assistance of God (and he certainly got some ...