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ATS Bible Dictionary

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Additional Resources
• Nave's Topical Bible
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Light, & speed etc
Moses; face shone, horns?
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Light, Lightness
Greek - make light of
Greek - light shining, lightning, flashes of lightning
Greek - light, lighting
Greek - light
Greek - give light
Greek - give light
Greek - light
Greek - light
Greek - light, lights
Greek - full of light
Greek - light
Greek - bring to light, enlighten, give light, light, lighten, enlightened, enlightens
Greek - light, firelight, lights
Greek - light
Greek - give light, gives light
Greek - light
Greek - light
Greek - light
Hebrew - light
Hebrew - light off, alighted
Hebrew - light, bright light
Hebrew - light, lighted
Hebrew - lightly esteemed, settest light
Hebrew - light
Hebrew - light
Hebrew - light
Hebrew - light, light thing, lighten, lighter, slightly, light a thing, lightly esteemed, make it lighter, slight thing, treated and lightly
Hebrew - light
Hebrew - light
Hebrew - light
Hebrew - enlighten, light, enlightened, enlightening, gave light, give light, given us light, gives light, shed light
Hebrew - light(s), lightning, daylight, light, lights, sunlight
Hebrew - light
Hebrew - light, lighting, lights
Hebrew - light
Hebrew - light
Hebrew - light
Hebrew - light

One of the most wonderful, cheering, and useful of all the works of God; called into being on the first of the six days of creation, by his voice: "Let there be light;" and there was light. No object better illustrates whatever is pure, glorious, spiritual, joyful, and beneficent. Hence the beauty and force of the expressions, "God is light," 1 John 1:5, and "the Father of lights," James 1:17; Christ is the "Sun of righteousness," and "the light of the world," John 1:9 8:12. So also the word of God is "a light," Psalms 119:105; truth and Christians are lights, John 3:19 12:36; prosperity is "light," Esther 8:16; and heaven is full of light, Revelation 21:23-25. The opposite of all these is "darkness."

Copyright Statement
These dictionary topics are from American Tract Society Bible Dictionary published in 1859. Public Domain, copy freely.

Bibliography Information
Rand, W. W. "Entry for 'LIGHT'". "American Tract Society Bible Dictionary".
<>. 1859.


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