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LORD @
- A prince kjv@Joshua:13:3; kjv@Judges:3:3; kjv@1Samuel:5:8; kjv@1Samuel:6:4
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See GOD
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See JESUS

LORD'S DAY @
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See SABBATH

LORD'S PRAYER @
- General scriptures concerning kjv@Matthew:6:9-13; kjv@Luke:11:2-4

LORD'S SUPPER @
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See EUCHARIST

torrey:



hitchcock:



kjv@STRING:Abiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord is my father - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Abijah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord is my father - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Adaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the witness of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Addon <HITCHCOCK>@ basis; foundation; the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Adiel <HITCHCOCK>@ the witness of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Adoni-bezek <HITCHCOCK>@ the lightning of the Lord; the Lord of lightning - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Adonijah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord is my master - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Adonikam <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord is raised - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Adoniram <HITCHCOCK>@ my Lord is most high; Lord of might and elevation - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Adoni-zedek <HITCHCOCK>@ justice of the Lord; lord of justice - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Ahaziah <HITCHCOCK>@ seizure; vision of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Ahiah <HITCHCOCK>@ brother of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Alleluia <HITCHCOCK>@ praise the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Amariah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord says; the integrity of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Amaziah <HITCHCOCK>@ the strength of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Ananias <HITCHCOCK>@ or Ananiah, the cloud of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Antothijah <HITCHCOCK>@ answers or songs of the Lord; afflictions - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Arimathea <HITCHCOCK>@ a lion dead to the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Asaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord hath wrought - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Athaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord-A's time - HITCHCOCK


kjv@STRING:Athaliah <HITCHCOCK>@ the time of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Azaliah <HITCHCOCK>@ near the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Azaniah <HITCHCOCK>@ hearing the Lord; the Lord-A's weapons - HITCHCOCK


kjv@STRING:Azariah <HITCHCOCK>@ he that hears the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Azaziah <HITCHCOCK>@ strength of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-A


kjv@STRING:Baal <HITCHCOCK>@ master; lord - HITCHCOCK-B


kjv@STRING:Baalath <HITCHCOCK>@ a rejoicing; our proud lord - HITCHCOCK-B


kjv@STRING:Baali <HITCHCOCK>@ my idol; lord over me - HITCHCOCK-B


kjv@STRING:Baalis <HITCHCOCK>@ a rejoicing; a proud lord - HITCHCOCK-B


kjv@STRING:Benaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ son of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-B


kjv@STRING:Berachiah <HITCHCOCK>@ speaking well of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-B


kjv@STRING:Beraiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the choosing of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-B


kjv@STRING:Besodeiah <HITCHCOCK>@ counsel of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-B


kjv@STRING:Binea <HITCHCOCK>@ son of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-B


kjv@STRING:Bithiah <HITCHCOCK>@ daughter of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-B


kjv@STRING:Bukkiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the dissipation of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-B


kjv@STRING:Chenaniah <HITCHCOCK>@ preparation, or disposition, or strength, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-C


kjv@STRING:Coniah <HITCHCOCK>@ strength of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-C


kjv@STRING:Dalaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the poor of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-D


kjv@STRING:Delaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the poor of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-D


kjv@STRING:Eliasaph <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord increaseth - HITCHCOCK-E


kjv@STRING:Esmachiah <HITCHCOCK>@ joined to the Lord - HITCHCOCK-E


kjv@STRING:Gaddiel <HITCHCOCK>@ goat of God; the Lord my happiness - HITCHCOCK-G


kjv@STRING:Gaius <HITCHCOCK>@ lord; an earthly man - HITCHCOCK-G


kjv@STRING:Gemariah <HITCHCOCK>@ accomplishment or perfection of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-G


kjv@STRING:Habaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the hiding of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Habazinaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ a hiding of the shield of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Hachaliah <HITCHCOCK>@ who waits for the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Haggiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord-H's feast - HITCHCOCK


kjv@STRING:Hallelujah <HITCHCOCK>@ praise the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Hananiah <HITCHCOCK>@ grace; mercy; gift of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Harhaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ heat, or anger, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Hasadiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the mercy of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Hashabiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the estimation of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Hazaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ seeing the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Hezekiah <HITCHCOCK>@ strength of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Hizkijah <HITCHCOCK>@ the strength of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Hodaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the praise of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Hoshaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the salvation of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-H


kjv@STRING:Ibniah, the building of the Lord; the understanding of the Lord; <HITCHCOCK>@ son by adoption - HITCHCOCK-I


kjv@STRING:Igdaliah <HITCHCOCK>@ the greatness of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-I


kjv@STRING:Iphedeiah <HITCHCOCK>@ redemption of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-I


kjv@STRING:Irijah <HITCHCOCK>@ the fear of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-I


kjv@STRING:Isaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the salvation of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-I


kjv@STRING:Ishiah <HITCHCOCK>@ it is the Lord - HITCHCOCK-I


kjv@STRING:Ishmaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ hearing or obeying the Lord - HITCHCOCK-I


kjv@STRING:Ishmachiah <HITCHCOCK>@ cleaving to the Lord - HITCHCOCK-I


kjv@STRING:Izrahiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord ariseth; the clearness of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-I


kjv@STRING:Jaazaniah <HITCHCOCK>@ whom the Lord will hear - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jahaziah <HITCHCOCK>@ the vision of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jaresiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the bed of the Lord; the Lord hath taken away; poverty - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jeberechiah <HITCHCOCK>@ speaking well of, or kneeling to, the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jecamiah <HITCHCOCK>@ resurrection, or confirmation, or revenge, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jecoliah <HITCHCOCK>@ perfection, or power, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jeconiah <HITCHCOCK>@ preparation, or stability, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jedaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the hand of the Lord; confessing the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jedeiah <HITCHCOCK>@ one Lord; the joy of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jedidiah <HITCHCOCK>@ beloved of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehdeiah <HITCHCOCK>@ joy together, one Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord liveth - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehiskiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the strength, or taking, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehoadah <HITCHCOCK>@ passing over; testimony of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehoaddan <HITCHCOCK>@ pleasure, or time, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehoahaz <HITCHCOCK>@ possession of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehoash <HITCHCOCK>@ fire of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehohanan <HITCHCOCK>@ grace, or mercy, or gift, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehoiachin <HITCHCOCK>@ preparation, or strength, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehoiada <HITCHCOCK>@ knowledge of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehoiakim <HITCHCOCK>@ avenging, or establishing, or resurrection, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehoiarib <HITCHCOCK>@ fighting, or multiplying, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehonathan <HITCHCOCK>@ gift of the Lord; gift of a dove - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehoram <HITCHCOCK>@ exaltation of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehoshaphat <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord is judge - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehosheba <HITCHCOCK>@ fullness, or oath, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehovah-jireh <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord will provide - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehovah-nissi <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord my banner - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehovah-shalom <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord send peace - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehovah-shammah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord is there - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehovah-tsidkenu <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord our righteousness - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehozabad <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord-J's dowry; having a dowry - HITCHCOCK


kjv@STRING:Jehozadak <HITCHCOCK>@ justice of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jehudijah <HITCHCOCK>@ the praise of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jekamiah <HITCHCOCK>@ establishing, or revenging, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jekuthiel <HITCHCOCK>@ hope, or congregation, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jeremiah <HITCHCOCK>@ exaltation of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jeriah <HITCHCOCK>@ fear, or throwing down, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jesaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ health, or salvation, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jeshohaia <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord pressing; the meditation of God - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jesiah <HITCHCOCK>@ sprinkling of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jezaniah <HITCHCOCK>@ nourishment, or weapons, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jezrahiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord arises; brightness of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Joah <HITCHCOCK>@ fraternity; brother of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Joakim <HITCHCOCK>@ rising or establishing of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Joanna <HITCHCOCK>@ grace or gift of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:John <HITCHCOCK>@ the grace or mercy of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Joiarib <HITCHCOCK>@ chiding, or multiplying, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Jorim <HITCHCOCK>@ he that exalts the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Joshaviah <HITCHCOCK>@ the seat, alteration, or captivity of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Josiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord burns; the fire of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Josibiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the seat, or captivity of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Josiphiah <HITCHCOCK>@ increase of the Lord; the Lord-J's finishing - HITCHCOCK


kjv@STRING:Jotham <HITCHCOCK>@ the perfection of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Judah <HITCHCOCK>@ the praise of the Lord; confession - HITCHCOCK-J


kjv@STRING:Kelaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ voice of the Lord; gathering together - HITCHCOCK-K


kjv@STRING:Kolariah <HITCHCOCK>@ voice of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-K


kjv@STRING:Maadiah <HITCHCOCK>@ pleasantness; the testimony of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-M


kjv@STRING:Maaseiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the work of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-M


kjv@STRING:Maasiai <HITCHCOCK>@ the defense, or strength, or trust of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-M


kjv@STRING:Maranatha <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord is coming - HITCHCOCK-M


kjv@STRING:Mattaniah <HITCHCOCK>@ gift, or hope, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-M


kjv@STRING:Mattathias <HITCHCOCK>@ the gift of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-M


kjv@STRING:Melatiah <HITCHCOCK>@ deliverance of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-M


kjv@STRING:Meshelemiah <HITCHCOCK>@ peace, or perfection, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-M


kjv@STRING:Mesobaite <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord-M's standing-place; a little doe - HITCHCOCK


kjv@STRING:Minneiah <HITCHCOCK>@ possession of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-M


kjv@STRING:Moriah <HITCHCOCK>@ bitterness of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-M


kjv@STRING:Neariah <HITCHCOCK>@ child of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-N


kjv@STRING:Nedabiah <HITCHCOCK>@ prince or vow of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-N


kjv@STRING:Nehemiah <HITCHCOCK>@ consolation; repentance of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-N


kjv@STRING:Neriah <HITCHCOCK>@ light; lamp of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-N


kjv@STRING:Nethaniah <HITCHCOCK>@ the gift of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-N


kjv@STRING:Noadiah <HITCHCOCK>@ witness, or ornament, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-N


kjv@STRING:Obadiah <HITCHCOCK>@ servant of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-O


kjv@STRING:Ozias <HITCHCOCK>@ strength from the Lord - HITCHCOCK-O


kjv@STRING:Pedaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ redemption of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-P


kjv@STRING:Pekahiah <HITCHCOCK>@ it is the Lord that opens - HITCHCOCK-P


kjv@STRING:Pelaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord-P's secret or miracle - HITCHCOCK


kjv@STRING:Pelaliah <HITCHCOCK>@ entreating the Lord - HITCHCOCK-P


kjv@STRING:Pelatiah <HITCHCOCK>@ let the Lord deliver; deliverance of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-P


kjv@STRING:Pethahiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord opening; gate of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-P


kjv@STRING:Raamiah <HITCHCOCK>@ thunder, or evil, from the Lord - HITCHCOCK-R


kjv@STRING:Ramiah <HITCHCOCK>@ exaltation of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-R


kjv@STRING:Reaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ vision of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-R


kjv@STRING:Reelaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ shepherd or companion to the Lord - HITCHCOCK-R


kjv@STRING:Rehabiah <HITCHCOCK>@ breadth, or extent, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-R


kjv@STRING:Remaliah <HITCHCOCK>@ the exaltation of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-R


kjv@STRING:Rephaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ medicine or refreshment of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-R


kjv@STRING:Semachiah <HITCHCOCK>@ joined to the Lord - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Semaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ obeying the Lord - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Seraiah <HITCHCOCK>@ prince of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Shachia <HITCHCOCK>@ protection of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Shamariah <HITCHCOCK>@ throne or keeping of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Sharai <HITCHCOCK>@ my lord; my prince; my song - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Sheariah <HITCHCOCK>@ gate of the Lord; tempest of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Shebaniah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord that converts, or recalls from captivity - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Shecaniah <HITCHCOCK>@ habitation of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Shehariah <HITCHCOCK>@ mourning or blackness of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Shemaiah <HITCHCOCK>@ that hears or obeys the Lord - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Shephatiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord that judges - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Sherebiah <HITCHCOCK>@ singing with the Lord - HITCHCOCK-S


kjv@STRING:Tebaliah <HITCHCOCK>@ baptism, or goodness, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-T


kjv@STRING:Tob-adonijah <HITCHCOCK>@ my good God; the goodness of the foundation of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-T


kjv@STRING:Uriah <HITCHCOCK>@ or Urijah, the Lord is my light or fire - HITCHCOCK-U


kjv@STRING:Vaniah <HITCHCOCK>@ nourishment, or weapons, of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-V


kjv@STRING:Zachariah <HITCHCOCK>@ memory of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-Z


kjv@STRING:Zebadiah <HITCHCOCK>@ portion of the Lord; the Lord is my portion - HITCHCOCK-Z


kjv@STRING:Zedekiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord is my justice; the justice of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-Z


kjv@STRING:Zephaniah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord is my secret - HITCHCOCK-Z


kjv@STRING:Zerahiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord rising; brightness of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-Z


kjv@STRING:Zeruiah <HITCHCOCK>@ pain or tribulation of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-Z


kjv@STRING:Zibiah <HITCHCOCK>@ the Lord dwells; deer; goat - HITCHCOCK-Z


kjv@STRING:Zidkijah <HITCHCOCK>@ justice of the Lord - HITCHCOCK-Z


strongs:



H1081 <STRHEB>@ בּלאדן baldân bal-ad-awn' From H1078 and H113 (contracted); Bel (is his) lord; {Baladan} the name of a Babylonian prince: - Baladan.


H1167 <STRHEB>@ בּעל baal bah'-al From H1166; a master; hence a {husband} or (figuratively) owner (often used with another noun in modifications of this latter sense: - + {archer} + {babbler} + {bird} {captain} chief {man} + {confederate} + have to {do} + {dreamer} those to whom it is {due} + {furious} those that are given to {it} {great} + {hairy} he that hath {it} {have} + {horseman} {husband} {lord} {man} + {married} {master} {person} + {sworn} they of.


H1181 <STRHEB>@ בּעלי בּמות ba‛ălêy bâmôth bah-al-ay' baw-moth From the plural of H1168 and the plural of H1116; Baals of (the) heights; Baale {Bamoth} a place East of the Jordan: - lords of the high places.


H1376 <STRHEB>@ גּביר gebîyr gheb-eer' From H1396; a master: - lord.


H113 <STRHEB>@ אדן אדון 'âdôndôn {aw-done'} aw-done' From an unused root (meaning to rule); {sovereign} that {is} controller (human or divine): - {lord} {master} owner. Compare also names beginning with Adoni-.


H117 <STRHEB>@ אדּיר 'addîyr ad-deer' From H142; wide or (generally) large; figuratively powerful: - {excellent} {famous} {gallant} {glorious} {goodly} {lordly} mighty ({-ier} {one}) {noble} {principal} worthy.


H136 <STRHEB>@ אדני 'ădônây ad-o-noy' An emphatic form of H113; the Lord (used as a proper name of God only): - (my) Lord.


H137 <STRHEB>@ אדני־בזק 'ădônîy-bezeq ad-o''-nee-beh'-zek From H113 and H966; lord of Bezek; {Adoni-Bezek} a Canaanitish king: - Adoni-bezek.


H138 <STRHEB>@ אדניּהוּ אדניּה 'ădônîyâhdônîyâhû {ad-o-nee-yaw'} ad-o-nee-yaw'-hoo From H113 and H3050; lord (that {is} worshipper) of Jah; {Adonijah} the name of three Israelites: - Adonijah.


H139 <STRHEB>@ אדני־צדק 'ădônîy-tsedeq ad-o''-nee-tseh'-dek From H113 and H6664; lord of justice; {Adoni-Tsedek} a Canaanitish king: - Adonizedec.


H140 <STRHEB>@ אדניקם 'ădônîyqâm ad-o-nee-kawm' From H113 and H6965; lord of rising (that {is} high); {Adonikam} the name of one or two Israelites: - Adonikam


H141 <STRHEB>@ אדנירם 'ădônîyrâm ad-o-nee-rawm' From H113 and H7311; lord of height; {Adoniram} an Israelite: - Adoniram.


H3050 <STRHEB>@ יהּ yâhh yaw Contracted for {H3068} and meaning the same; {Jah} the sacred name: - {Jah} the {Lord} most vehement. Cp. names in {-iah} -jah.


H3068 <STRHEB>@ יהוה yehôvâh yeh-ho-vaw' From H1961; (the) self Existent or eternal; {Jehovah} Jewish national name of God: - {Jehovah} the Lord. Compare {H3050} H3069.


H3072 <STRHEB>@ יהוה צדקנוּ yehôvâh tsidqênû yeh-ho-vaw' tsid-kay'-noo From H3068 and H6664 with pronominal suffix.; Jehovah (is) our right; {Jehovah-Tsidkenu} a symbolical epithet of the Messiah and of Jerusalem: - the Lord our righteousness.


H4756 <STRHEB>@ מרא mârê' maw-ray' (Chaldee); from a root corresponding to H4754 in the sense of domineering; a master: - {lord} Lord.


H5633 <STRHEB>@ סרן seren seh'-ren From an unused root of uncertain meaning; an axle; figuratively a peer: - {lord} plate.


H7229 <STRHEB>@ רב rab rab (Chaldee); corresponding to H7227: - {captain} {chief} {great} {lord} {master} stout.


H7261 <STRHEB>@ רברבן rabrebân rab-reb-awn' (Chaldee); from H7260; a magnate: - {lord} prince.


H7300 <STRHEB>@ רוּד rûd rood A primitive root; to tramp {about} that {is} ramble (free or disconsolate): - have the {dominion} be {lord} {mourn} rule.


H7991 <STRHEB>@ שׁלשׁ שׁלושׁ שׁלישׁo shâlîysh shâlôsh shâlôsh {shaw-leesh'} {shaw-loshe'} shaw-loshe' (The second form used in ; the third form used in ); from H7969; a {triple} that {is} (as a musical instrument) a triangle (or perhaps rather three stringed lute); also (as an indefinitely great quantity) a three fold measure (perhaps a treble ephah); also (as an officer) a general of the third rank ({upward} that {is} the highest): - {captain} instrument of {musick} (great) {lord} (great) {measure} {prince} three [from the margin].


H8269 <STRHEB>@ שׂר ώar sar From H8323; a head person (of any rank or class): - captain (that had {rule}) chief ({captain}) {general} {governor} {keeper} {lord} ([-task-]) {master} prince ({-ipal}) {ruler} steward.


H994 <STRHEB>@ בּי bîy bee Perhaps from H1158 (in the sense of asking); properly a request; used only adverbially (always with my Lord); Oh that!; with {leave} or if it please: - {alas} {O} oh.


G1203 <STRGRK>@ δεσπότης despotēs des-pot'-ace Perhaps from G1210 and πόσις posis (a husband); an absolute ruler (despot): - Lord master.


G2424 <STRGRK>@ Ἰησοῦς Iēsous ee-ay-sooce' Of Hebrew origin [H3091]; Jesus (that is Jehoshua) the name of our Lord and two (three) other Israelites: - Jesus.


G2634 <STRGRK>@ κατακυριεύω katakurieuō kat-ak-oo-ree-yoo'-o From G2596 and G2961; to lord against that is control subjugate: - exercise dominion over (lordship) be lord over overcome.


G2960 <STRGRK>@ κυριακός kuriakos koo-ree-ak-os' From G2962; belonging to the Lord (Jehovah or Jesus): - Lord´ s.


G2961 <STRGRK>@ κυριεύω kurieuō koo-ree-yoo'-o From G2962; to rule: - have dominion over lord be lord of exercise lordship over.


G2962 <STRGRK>@ κύριος kurios koo'-ree-os From κῦρος kuros (supremacy); supreme in authority that is (as noun) controller; by implication Mr. (as a respectful title): - God Lord master Sir.


G3134 <STRGRK>@ μαρὰν ἀθά maran atha mar'-an ath'-ah Of Chaldee origin (meaning our Lord has come); maranatha that is an exclamation of the approaching divine judgment: - Maran-atha.


G3175 <STRGRK>@ μεγιστᾶνες megistanes meg-is-tan'-es Plural from G3176; grandees: - great men lords.


G4462 <STRGRK>@ ῥαββονί ῥαββουνί rhabboni rhabbouni hrab-bon-ee' hrab-boo-nee' Of Chaldee origin; corresponding to G4461: - Lord Rabboni.


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LORD - L>@ - GOD

LORDS DAY, THE - L>@ - (Kuriake Hemera), kjv@Revelation:1:10) (only), the weekly festival of our Lord’s resurrection, and identified with "the first day of the week," or "Sunday," of every age of the Church. Scripture says very little concerning this day; but that little seems to indicate that the divinely-inspired apostles, by their practice and by their precepts, marked the first day of the week as a day for meeting together to break bread, for communicating and receiving instruction, for laying up offerings in store for charitable purposes, for occupation in holy thought and prayer.
See SABBATH


LORDS PRAYER - L>@ - the prayer which Jesus taught his disciples. kjv@Matthew:6:9-13; kjv@Luke:11:2-4) "In this prayer our Lord shows his disciples how an infinite variety of wants and requests can be compressed into a few humble petitions. It embodies every possible desire of a praying heart, a whole world of spiritual requirements; yet all in the most simple, condensed and humble form, resembling, in this respect, a pearl on which the light of heaven plays."
Lange. "This prayer contains four great general sentiments, which constitute the very soul of religion,
sentiments which are the germs of all holy deeds in all worlds.

(1) Filial reverence : God is addressed not as the great unknown, not as the unsearchable governor, but as a father, the most intelligible, attractive and transforming name. It is a form of address almost unknown to the old covenant, now an then hinted at as reminding the children of their rebellion. kjv@Isaiah:1:2); Mali 1:6 Or mentioned as a last resource of the orphan and desolate creature, kjv@Isaiah:63:16) but never brought out in its fullness, as indeed it could not be, till he was come by whom we have received the adoption of sons."
Alford.

(2) "Divine loyalty : ’Thy kingdom come.’

(3) Conscious dependence : ’Give us this day,’ etc.

(4) Unbounded confidence : ’For thine is the power,’ etc."
Dr. Thomas’ Genius of the Gospels. The doxology, "For thine is the kingdom" etc., is wanting in many manuscripts. It is omitted in the Revised Version; but it nevertheless has the authority of some manuscripts, and is truly biblical, almost every word being found in ( kjv@1Chronicles:29:11) and is a true and fitting ending for prayer.

LORDS SUPPER - L>@ - The words which thus describe the great central act of the worship of the Christian Church occur but in a single passage of the New Testament
( kjv@1Corinthians:11:20) Its institution .
It was instituted on that night when Jesus and his disciples met together to eat the passover, kjv@Matthew:26:19; kjv@Mark:14:16; kjv@Luke:22:13) (on Thursday evening, April 6, A.D. 30). It was probably instituted at the third cup (the cup of blessing) of the passover see on PASSOVER, Jesus taking one of the unleavened cakes used at the feast and breaking it and giving it to his disciples with the cup. The narratives of the Gospels show how strongly the disciples were impressed with the words which had given a new meaning to the old familiar acts. They had looked on the bread and the wine as memorials of the deliverance from Egypt. They were not told to partake of them "in remembrance" of their Master and Lord. The words "This is my body" gave to the unleavened bread a new character. They had been prepared for language that would otherwise have been so startling, by the teaching of John ch. kjv@John:6:32-58) and they were thus taught to see in the bread that was broken the witness of the closest possible union and incorporation with their Lord. The cup, which was "the new testament in his blood," would remind them, in like manner, of the wonderful prophecy in which that new covenant had been foretold. kjv@Jeremiah:31:31-34) "Gradually and progressively he had prepared the minds of his disciples to realize the idea of his death as a sacrifice. he now gathers up all previous announcements in the institution of this sacrament."
Cambridge Bible. The festival had been annual. No rule was given as to the time and frequency of the new feast that thus supervened on the old, but the command "Do this as oft as ye drink it," ( kjv@1Corinthians:11:25) suggested the more continual recurrence of that which was to be their memorial of one whom they would wish never to forget. Luke, in the Acts, describes the baptized members of the Church as continuing steadfast in or to the teaching of the apostles, in fellowship with them and with each other, and in breaking of bread and in prayers. kjv@Acts:2:42) We can scarcely doubt that this implies that the chief actual meal of each day was one in which they met as brothers, and which was either preceded or followed by the more solemn commemorative acts of the breaking of the bread and the drinking of the cup. It will be convenient to anticipate the language and the thoughts of a somewhat later date, and to say that, apparently, they thus united every day the Agape or feast of love with the celebration of the Eucharist. At some time, before or after the meal of which they partook as such, the bread and the wine would be given with some special form of words or acts, to indicate its character. New converts would need some explanation of the meaning and origin of the observance. What would be so fitting and so much in harmony with the precedents of the paschal feast as the narrative of what had passed ont he night of its institution? ( kjv@1Corinthians:11:23-27) Its significance.
The Lord’s Supper is a reminder of the leading truths of the gospel:

(1) Salvation, like this bread, is the gift of God’s love.

(2) We are reminded of the life of Christ
all he was and did and said.

(3) We are reminded, as by the passover, of the grievous bondage of sin from which Christ redeems us.

(4) It holds up the atonement, the body of Christ broken, his blood shed, for us.

(5) In Christ alone is forgiveness and salvation from sin, the first need of the soul.

(6) Christ is the food of the soul.

(7) We must partake by faith, or it will be of no avail.

(8) We are taught to distribute to one another the spiritual blessings God gives us.

(9) By this meal our daily bread is sanctified.

(10) The most intimate communion with God in Christ.

(11) Communion with one another.

(12) It is a feast of joy. "Nothing less than the actual joy of heaven is above it."

(13) It is a prophecy of Christ’s second coming, of the perfect triumph of his kingdom.

(14) It is holding up before the world the cross of Christ; not a selfish gathering of a few saints, but a proclamation of the Saviour for all. Why did Christ ordain bread to be used in the Lord’s Supper, and not a lamb ? Canon Walsham How replies, "Because the types and shadows were to cease when the real Sacrifice was come. There was to be no more shedding of blood when once his all-prevailing blood was shed. There must be nothing which might cast a doubt upon the all-sufficiency of that. " (Then, the Lamb being sacrificed once for all, what is needed is to teach the world that Christ is now the bread of life. Perhaps also it was because bread was more easily provided, and fitted thus more easily to be a part of the universal ordinance.
ED.) Was it a permanent ordinance?
"’Do this in remembrance of me’ points to a permanent institution. The command is therefore binding on all who believe in Christ; and disobedience to it is sin, for the unbelief that keeps men away is one of the worst of sins."
Prof. Riddle. "The subsequent practice of the apostles, kjv@Acts:2:42-46 kjv@Acts:20:7) and still more the fact that directions for the Lord’s Supper were made a matter of special revelation to Paul, ( kjv@1Corinthians:11:23) seem to make it clear that Christ intended the ordinance for a perpetual one, and that his apostles so understood it."
Abbott. Method of observance.
"The original supper was taken in a private house, an upper chamber, at night, around a table, reclining, women excluded, only the ordained apostles admitted. None of these conditions are maintained to-day by any Christian sect." But it must be kept with the same spirit and purpose now as then.

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Lord @ There are various Hebrew and Greek words so rendered.

(1.) Heb. Jehovah, has been rendered in the English Bible LORD, printed in small capitals. This is the proper name of the God of the Hebrews. The form "Jehovah" is retained only in kjv@Exodus:6:3; kjv@Psalms:83:18; kjv@Isaiah:12:2 kjv@Isaiah:26:4, both in the Authorized and the Revised Version.

(2.) Heb. 'adon, means one possessed of absolute control. It denotes a master, as of slaves kjv@Genesis:24:14 kjv@Genesis:24:27), or a ruler of his subjects (45:8), or a husband, as lord of his wife (18:12). The old plural form of this Hebrew word is 'adonai. From a superstitious reverence for the name "Jehovah," the Jews, in reading their Scriptures, whenever that name occurred, always pronounced it 'Adonai.

(3.) Greek kurios, a supreme master, etc. In the LXX. this is invariably used for "Jehovah" and "'Adonai."

(4.) Heb. ba'al, a master, as having domination. This word is applied to human relations, as that of husband, to persons skilled in some art or profession, and to heathen deities. "The men of Shechem," literally "the baals of Shechem" kjv@Judges:9:2-3). These were the Israelite inhabitants who had reduced the Canaanites to a condition of vassalage kjv@Joshua:16:10 kjv@Joshua:17:13).

(5.) Heb. seren, applied exclusively to the "lords of the Philistines" kjv@Judges:3:3). The LXX. render it by satrapies. At this period the Philistines were not, as at a later period ( kjv@1Samuel:21:10), under a kingly government. (
See kjv@Joshua:13:3; kjv@1Samuel:6:18.) There were five such lordships, viz., Gath, Ashdod, Gaza, Ashkelon, and Ekron.

Lord's day @ only once, in kjv@Revelation:1:10, was in the early Christian ages used to denote the first day of the week, which commemorated the Lord's resurrection. There is every reason to conclude that John thus used the name. (
See SABBATH.)

Lord's Prayer @ the name given to the only form of prayer Christ taught his disciples kjv@Matthew:6:9-13). The closing doxology of the prayer is omitted by Luke (11:2-4), also in the R.V. of kjv@Matthew:6:13. This prayer contains no allusion to the atonement of Christ, nor to the offices of the Holy Spirit. "All Christian prayer is based on the Lord's Prayer, but its spirit is also guided by that of His prayer in Gethsemane and of the prayer recorded kjv@John:17. The Lord's Prayer is the comprehensive type of the simplest and most universal prayer."

Lord's Supper @ ( kjv@1Corinthians:11:20), called also "the Lord's table" (10:21), "communion," "cup of blessing" (10:16), and "breaking of bread" kjv@Acts:2:42). In the early Church it was called also "eucharist," or giving of thanks (comp. kjv@Matthew:26:27), and generally by the Latin Church "mass," a name derived from the formula of dismission, Ite, missa est, i.e., "Go, it is discharged." The account of the institution of this ordinance is given in kjv@Matthew:26:26-29, kjv@Mark:14:22-25, kjv@Luke:22:19-20, and kjv@1Corinthians:11:24-26. It is not mentioned by John. It was designed,

(1.) To commemorate the death of Christ: "This do in remembrance of me."

(2.) To signify, seal, and apply to believers all the benefits of the new covenant. In this ordinance Christ ratifies his promises to his people, and they on their part solemnly consecrate themselves to him and to his entire service.

(3.) To be a badge of the Christian profession.

(4.) To indicate and to promote the communion of believers with Christ.

(5.) To represent the mutual communion of believers with each other. The elements used to represent Christ's body and blood are bread and wine. The kind of bread, whether leavened or unleavened, is not specified. Christ used unleavened bread simply because it was at that moment on the paschal table. Wine, and no other liquid, is to be used kjv@Matthew:26:26-29). Believers "feed" on Christ's body and blood,

(1) not with the mouth in any manner, but

(2) by the soul alone, and

(3) by faith, which is the mouth or hand of the soul. This they do

(4) by the power of the Holy Ghost. This "feeding" on Christ, however, takes place not in the Lord's Supper alone, but whenever faith in him is exercised. This is a permanent ordinance in the Church of Christ, and is to be observed "till he come" again.

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LORD'S PRAYER @ Matthew:6:9-13; Luke:11:2-4