Reference:Search:

Dict: all - HEATHEN



naves:



HEATHEN @ -(Under this heading are grouped all who are not embraced under the Abrahamic covenant)
- Cast out of Canaan kjv@Leviticus:18:24-25; kjv@Psalms:44:2
- Their land given to Israel kjv@Psalms:78:55; kjv@Psalms:105:44; kjv@Psalms:135:12; kjv@Psalms:136:21-22; kjv@Isaiah:54:1-3
- Excluded from the temple kjv@Lamentations:1:10
- Wicked practices of .
See IDOLATRY
- Divine revelations given to .Abimelech kjv@Genesis:20:3-7 .Pharaoh kjv@Genesis:41:1-28 .Balaam Numbers:22 .Nebuchadnezzar kjv@Daniel:4:1-18 .Belshazzar kjv@Daniel:5:5 kjv@Daniel:5:24-29 .Cyrus kjv@2Chronicles:36:23; kjv@Ezra:1:1-4 .The Magi (wise men from the east) kjv@Matthew:2:1-11 .The centurion at Capernaum kjv@Matthew:8:5-13; kjv@Luke:7:2-9 .Cornelius kjv@Acts:10:1-7
- Pious people among kjv@Isaiah:65:5; kjv@Acts:10:35

- INSTANCES OF .Melchizedek kjv@Genesis:14:18-20 .Abimelech Genesis:20 .Balaam Numbers:22 .Jethro Exodus:18 .Cyrus kjv@Ezra:1:1-3 .Eliphaz Job:4 .Bildad Job:8 .Zophar Job:11 .Elihu Job:32 .Nebuchadnezzar, after his restoration Daniel:4 .The Ninevites kjv@Jonah:3:5-10 .The Magi (the wise men from the east) kjv@Matthew:2:1-12 .The centurion at Capernaum kjv@Matthew:8:5-13; kjv@Luke:7:2-9 .The centurion at Caesarea Acts:10 .
See GENTILES

torrey:



Heathen, the @ Are without God and Christ kjv@Ephesians:2:12
Described as
Ignorant kjv@1Corinthians:1:21 kjv@Ephesians:4:18
Idolatrous kjv@Psalms:135:15 kjv@Romans:1:23 kjv@Romans:1:25
Worshippers of the devil kjv@1Corinthians:10:20
Cruel kjv@Psalms:74:20 kjv@Romans:1:31
Filthy kjv@Ezra:6:21 kjv@Ephesians:4:19 kjv@Ephesians:5:12
Persecuting kjv@Psalms:2:1 kjv@Psalms:2:2 kjv@2Corinthians:11:26
Scoffing at saints kjv@Psalms:79:10
Strangers to the covenant of promise kjv@Ephesians:2:12
Having no hope kjv@Ephesians:2:12
Degradation of kjv@Leviticus:25:44
Have
Evidence of the power of God kjv@Romans:1:19 kjv@Romans:1:20 kjv@Acts:17:27
Evidence of the goodness of God kjv@Acts:14:17
The testimony of conscience kjv@Romans:2:14 kjv@Romans:2:15
Evil of imitating kjv@2Kings:16:3 kjv@Ezekiel:11:12
Cautions against imitating kjv@Jeremiah:10:2 kjv@Matthew:6:7
Danger of intercourse with kjv@Psalms:106:35
Employed to chastise the Church kjv@Leviticus:26:33 kjv@Jeremiah:49:14 kjv@Lamentations:1:3 kjv@Ezekiel:7:24 kjv@Ezekiel:25:7 kjv@Daniel:4:27 kjv@Habakkuk:1:5-9
The Church shall be avenged of kjv@Psalms:149:7 kjv@Jeremiah:10:25 kjv@Obadiah:1:15
God
Rules over kjv@2Chronicles:20:6 kjv@Psalms:47:8
Brings to nought the counsels of kjv@Psalms:33:10
Will be exalted among kjv@Psalms:46:10 kjv@Psalms:102:15
Punishes kjv@Psalms:44:2 kjv@Joel:3:11-13 kjv@Micah:5:15 kjv@Habakkuk:3:12 kjv@Zechariah:14:18
Will finally judge kjv@Romans:2:12-16
Given to Christ kjv@Psalms:2:8 kjv@Daniel:7:14
Salvation of, foretold kjv@Genesis:12:3 kjv@Galatians:3:8 kjv@Isaiah:2:2-4 kjv@Isaiah:52:10 kjv@Isaiah:60:1-8
Salvation provided for kjv@Acts:28:28 kjv@Romans:15:9-12
The glory of God to be declared among kjv@1Chronicles:16:24 kjv@Psalms:96:3
The gospel to be preached to kjv@Matthew:24:14 kjv@Matthew:28:19 kjv@Romans:16:26 kjv@Galatians:1:16
Necessity for preaching to kjv@Romans:10:14
The gospel received by kjv@Acts:11:1 kjv@Acts:13:48 kjv@Acts:15:3 kjv@Acts:15:23
Baptism to be administered to kjv@Matthew:28:19
The Holy Spirit poured out upon kjv@Acts:10:44 kjv@Acts:10:45 kjv@Acts:15:8
Praise God for success of the gospel among kjv@Psalms:98:1-3 kjv@Acts:11:18
Pray for kjv@Psalms:67:2-5
Aid missions to kjv@2Corinthians:11:9 kjv@3John:1:6 kjv@3John:1:7
Conversion of, acceptable to God kjv@Acts:10:35 kjv@Romans:15:16

hitchcock:



strongs:



H1471 <STRHEB>@ גּי גּוי gôy gôy {go'ee} go'-ee Apparently from the same root as H1465 (in the sense of massing); a foreign nation; hence a Gentile; also (figuratively) a troop of {animals} or a flight of locusts: - {Gentile} {heathen} {nation} people.


H3594 <STRHEB>@ כּיּוּן kîyûn kee-yoon' From H3559; properly a {statue} that {is} idol; but used (by euphemism) for some heathen deity (perhaps corresponding to Priapus or Baal-peor): - Chiun.


H4464 <STRHEB>@ ממזר mamzêr mam-zare' From an unused root mian. to alienate; a {mongrel} that {is} born of a Jewish father and a heathen mother: - bastard.


H5236 <STRHEB>@ נכר nêkâr nay-kawr' From H5234; {foreign} or (concretely) a {foreigner} or (abstractly) heathendom: - {alien} strange (+ -er).


H7728 <STRHEB>@ שׁובב shôbêb sho-babe' From H7725; {apostate} that {is} heathenish or (actually) heathen: - backsliding.


G94 <STRGRK>@ ἄδικος adikos ad'-ee-kos From G1 (as a negative particle) and G1349; unjust; by extension wicked; by implication treacherous; specifically heathen: - unjust unrighteous.


G1056 <STRGRK>@ Γαλιλαία Galilaia gal-il-ah-yah Of hebrew origin [H1551]; Galilaea (that is the heathen circle) a region of Palestine: - Galilee.


G1482 <STRGRK>@ ἐθνικός ethnikos eth-nee-kos' From G1484; national (ethnic) that is (specifically) a Gentile: - heathen (man).


G1484 <STRGRK>@ ἔθνος ethnos eth'-nos Probably from G1486; a race (as of the same habit) that is a tribe; specifically a foreign (non-Jewish) one (usually by implication pagan): - Gentile heathen nation people.


G1497 <STRGRK>@ εἴδωλον eidōlon i'-do-lon From G1491; an image (that is for worship); by implication a heathen god or (plural) the worship of such: - idol.


G571 <STRGRK>@ ἄπιστος apistos ap'-is-tos From G1 (as a negative particle) and G4103; (actively) disbelieving that is without Christian faith (specifically a heathen); (passively) untrustworthy (person) or incredible (thing): - that believeth not faithless incredible thing infidel unbeliever (-ing).


G952 <STRGRK>@ βέβηλος bebēlos beb'-ay-los From the base of G939 and βηλός bēlos (a threshold); accessible (as by crossing the door way) that is (by implication of Jewish notions) heathenish wicked: - profane (person).


smith:



HEATHEN - H>@ - GENTILES

easton:



Heathen @ (Heb. plural goyum). At first the word goyim denoted generally all the nations of the world kjv@Genesis:18:18; comp. kjv@Galatians:3:8). The Jews afterwards became a people distinguished in a marked manner from the other goyim. They were a separate people kjv@Leviticus:20:23 kjv@Leviticus:26:14-45; Deuteronomy:28), and the other nations, the Amorites, Hittites, etc., were the goyim, the heathen, with whom the Jews were forbidden to be associated in any way kjv@Joshua:23:7; kjvKings:11:2). The practice of idolatry was the characteristic of these nations, and hence the word came to designate idolaters kjv@Psalms:106:47; kjv@Jeremiah:46:28; kjv@Lamentations:1:3; kjv@Isaiah:36:18), the wicked kjv@Psalms:9:5 kjv@Psalms:9:15, 17). The corresponding Greek word in the New Testament, ethne, has similar shades of meaning. In kjv@Acts:22:21, kjv@Galatians:3:14, it denotes the people of the earth generally; and in kjv@Matthew:6:7, an idolater. In modern usage the word denotes all nations that are strangers to revealed religion.

tcr:



HEATHEN @ general references to- kjv@2Kings:16:3; kjv@2Kings:17:8; kjv@Ezra:6:21; kjv@Psalms:2:1; kjv@Psalms:9:15; kjv@Psalms:126:2; kjv@Psalms:135:15; kjv@Ezekiel:39:21 kjv@Matthew:6:7 Gentiles, WORLD

- WIDE & WORLD

- WIDE Accessions, CHURCH, THE Separation

(2),

(3), SEPARATION & SEPARATION