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  • King James Bible
    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: HANANIAH

    Hananiah: (gift of God). One of the fourteen sons of Heman, and chief of the sixteenth course of singers. (1 Chronicles 25:4,5,23) (B.C. 1014.) A general in the army of King Uzziah. (2 Chronicles 26:11) Father of...  more
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    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: BRASEN

    Brasen: BRASEN, adjective brazn. Made of brass. [See Brass and Brazen.]

    Used 29 times in the Bible First Reference: Exodus 27:4 Last Reference: Mark 7:4
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    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: JESHUA

    Jeshua: 1. (a saviour), another form of the name of Joshua of Jesus. Joshua the son of Nun. (Nehemiah 8:17) [JOSHUA] A priest in the reign of David, to whom the nine course fell by David, to whom the ninth course fell by...  more
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    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: JORAM

    Joram: (whom Jehovah has exalted). Son of Ahab king of Israel. (2 Kings 8:16,25,28,29; 9:14,17,21-23,29) [JEHORAM] Son of Jehosphaphat; king of Judah. (2 Kings 8:21,23,24; 1 Chronicles 3:11; 2 Chronicles 22:5,7; Matthew 1:8)...  more
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    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: MIDIAN

    Midian: (strife), a son of Abraham and Keturah, (Genesis 25:2; 1 Chronicles 1:32) progenitor of the Midianites, or Arabians dwelling principally in the desert north of the peninsula of Arabia. Southward they extended along...  more
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    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: SHAPHAN

    Shaphan: (coney), the scribe or secretary of King Josiah. (2 Kings 22:3,14; 2 Chronicles 34:8,20) (B.C. 628.) He appears on an equality with the governor of the city and the royal recorder. (2 Kings 22:4; 2 Chronicles...  more
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    BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: ABIATHAR

    Abiathar: (father of abundance , i.e. liberal), High priest and fourth in descent from Eli. (B.C. 1060-1012.) Abiathar was the only one of the all the sons of Ahimelech the high priest who escaped the slaughter inflicted...  more
  • BIBLE WORD OF THE DAY: NEBUCHADREZZAR

    Nebuchadrezzar: = Nebuchadnezzar (Jer. 21:2, 7; 22:25; 24:1, etc.), a nearer approach to the correct spelling of the word. He was the greatest and most powerful of all the Babylonian kings.

    Used 31 times in the...  more