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DEAD SEADEBIR
 
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Concordances
• Nave's Topical Bible
» Death
» Second death
• Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
» Death; dying
» Paul; before the priest: & Roman Gov..., Sanhedrin
» Worthy of death
• Torrey's Topical Textbook
» Death of Christ, The
» Death of Saints, The
» Death of the Wicked, The
» Death, Eternal
» Death, Natural
» Death, Spiritual
Dictionaries
• Baker's Evangelical Dictionary
» Death of Christ
» Death, Mortality
» Second Death
» Sin unto Death
• Easton's Bible Dictionary
» Death
» Eternal death
• King James Dictionary
» Die the death
Encyclopedias
• International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
» Body of Death
» Death
» Death, Body of
» Death, Second
» Second Death
» Shadow of Death
Lexicons
Greek - put to death
Greek - death
Greek - put to death
Greek - put to death
Greek - put to death
Greek - be at the point of death, death
Greek - put to death
Greek - death
Greek - appoint to death, men condemned to death
Greek - lie at the point of death, point of death
Greek - death
Greek - put to death
Greek - death, danger of death
Greek - cause to be put to death, put to death, putting to death
Greek - death
Hebrew - death
Hebrew - death
Hebrew - death
Hebrew - died a natural death, natural death
Hebrew - death
Hebrew - death
Hebrew - death, bring about my death, bring death, caused the death, certainly put me to death, put her to death, put him to death, put his to death, put me to death, put my to death, put some to death, put the to death, put their to death, put them to death, put to death, put us to death, put you to death, puts him to death, putting to death, surely be put to death
Hebrew - death
Hebrew - death
Hebrew - death, Death
Hebrew - shadow of death
Hebrew - death
Hebrew - death, put to death
DEATH

Is taken in Scripture, first, for the separation of body and soul, the first death, Genesis 25:11; secondly, for alienation from God, and exposure to his wrath, 1 John 3:14, etc.; thirdly, for the second death, that of eternal damnation. Death was the penalty affixed to Adam’s transgression, Genesis 2:17 3:19; and all his posterity are transgressors, and share the curse inflicted upon him. CHRIST is "our life." All believers share his life, spiritually and eternally; and though sin and bodily is taken away, and in the resurrection the last enemy shall be trampled under foot, Romans 5:12-21 1 Corinthians 15:1-58.

Natural death is described as a yielding up of the breath, or spirit, expiring, Psalms 104:29; as a return to our original dust, Genesis 3:19 Ecclesiastes 12:7; as the soul’s laying off the body, its clothing, 2 Corinthians 5:3,4, or the tent in which it has dwelt, 2 Corinthians 5:1 2 Peter 1:13,14. The death of the believer is a departure, a going home, a falling asleep in Jesus, Philippians 1:23 Matthew 26:24 John 11:11.

The term death is also sometimes used for any great calamity, or imminent danger threatening life, as persecution, 2 Corinthians 1:10. "The gates of death," Job 38:17, signify the unseen world occupied by departed spirits. Death is also figuratively used to denote the insensibility of Christians to the temptations of a sinful world, Colossians 3:3.


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 'DEATH'". "American Tract Society Bible Dictionary".
<http://classic.studylight.org/dic/ats/view.cgi?number=T588>. 1859.

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