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ATS Bible Dictionary

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Additional Resources
• Nave's Topical Bible
» Sabbath day’s journey
• Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
» Ezra's journey
» Provision for journey
• Torrey's Topical Textbook
» Desert, Journey of Israel Through The
• Easton's Bible Dictionary
» Day's journey
» Journey
» Sabbath day's journey
• Smith's Bible Dictionary
» Sabbathdays journey
• International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
» Day's Journey
» Journey
» Sabbath Day's Journey
Greek - taking a far journey, away on a journey
Greek - take one's journey, go on a journey, went on a journey, went on his journey
Greek - in one's journey
Greek - have a prosperous journey
Greek - journey
Greek - journey
Greek - go on one's journey
Greek - journey, journeyings, journeys
Greek - journey, journeying
Greek - bring forward on one's journey, helped on my journey, journey
Greek - journey with
Hebrew - journey, journeyed, journeying, set journey, take our journey
Hebrew - journey, journeying, journeys
Hebrew - journey
Hebrew - journey
Hebrew - journey
Hebrew - journey down, journeyed

A "sabbath-day’s journey," among the Jews, seems to have been reckoned at about seven furlongs, or nearly one mile, Matthew 24:20 Acts 1:12. An ordinary day’s journey is about twenty miles. Persons starting on a journey in the East frequently make their first stage a short one, that they may the more easily send back for any forgotten articles or necessary supplies. This may perhaps apply to the "day’s journey" of the parents of Jesus, mentioned in Luke 2:44.

For the journeyings of the Israelites, see EXODUS, and WANDERINGS.

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 'JOURNEY'". "American Tract Society Bible Dictionary".
<>. 1859.


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