The life and ministry of Jesus were characterized by compassion. The biblical record of His miracles occasionally mentions that fact, and one might say His incarnation occurred because of His compassion. A disciple of Christ
We live in an age when candidates are chosen to lead a nation according to how they look on television rather than on their ideas. This shows that what God said to Samuel still holds
The very reason missionaries and others are needed to share the gospel of Christ is, in essence, the same reason God gave Israel a king, That reason is people’s rejection of God. That attitude is
Well. (1.) A place where a well was dug by the direction of “Moses, at the forty-fourth station of the Hebrews in their” wanderings (Num. 21:16-18) in the wilderness of Moab. (See WELL.) “(2.) A town in the tribe of Judah to which Jotham fled for fear of Abimelech (Judg. 9:21). Some have identified this place with Beeroth.
“I.e., “the well of him that liveth and seeth me,” or, as some” “render it, “the well of the vision of life”, the well where the” Lord met with Hagar (Gen. 16:7-14). Isaac dwelt beside this well “(24:62; 25:11). It has been identified with `Ain Muweileh, or” “Moilahhi, south-west of Beersheba, and about 12 miles W. from” Kadesh-barnea.
“Wells, one of the four cities of the Hivites which entered by” fraud into a league with Joshua. It belonged to Benjamin (Josh. 18:25). It has by some been identified with el-Bireh on the way “to Nablus, 10 miles north of Jerusalem.”
(Deut. 10:6). The same as Bene-jaakan (Num. 33:31).
“Well of the oath, or well of seven, a well dug by Abraham, and” so named because he and Abimelech here entered into a compact “(Gen. 21:31). On re-opening it, Isaac gave it the same name” (Gen. 26:31-33). It was a favourite place of abode of both of “these patriarchs (21:33-22:1, 19; 26:33; 28:10). It is mentioned” “among the “cities” given to the tribe of Simeon (Josh. 19:2; 1″ “Chr. 4:28). From Dan to Beersheba, a distance of about 144 miles” “(Judg. 20:1; 1 Chr. 21:2; 2 Sam. 24:2), became the usual way of” “designating the whole Promised Land, and passed into a proverb.” After the return from the Captivity the phrase is narrowed into from Beersheba unto the valley of Hinnom (Neh. 11:30). The kingdom of the ten tribes extended from Beersheba to Mount Ephraim (2 Chr. 19:4). The name is not found in the New “Testament. It is still called by the Arabs Bir es-Seba, i.e.,” “well of the seven, where there are to the present day two” principal wells and five smaller ones. It is nearly midway between the southern end of the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean.
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