to whom God is father. (1.) A Reubenite, son of Pallu (Num. 16:1, 12; 26:8, 9; Deut. 11:6). (2.) A son of Helon, and chief of the tribe of Zebulun at the time of the census in the wilderness (Num. 1:9; 2:7). (3.) The son of Jesse, and brother of David (1 Sam. 16:6). It was he who spoke contemptuously to David when he proposed to fight Goliath (1 Sam. 17:28). (4.) One of the Gadite heroes who joined David in his stronghold in the wilderness (1 Chr. 12:9).
whom God cares for. (1.) One of David’s sons born after his establishment in Jerusalem (2 Sam. 5:16). (2.) A mighty man of war, a Benjamite (2 Chr. 17:17). (3.) An Aramite of Zobah, captain of a marauding band that troubled Solomon (1 Kings 11:23).
/Romanian eˈljaːde/ noun 1. Mircea. 1907–86, Romanian scholar and writer, noted for his study of religious symbolism. His works include Patterns of Comparative Religion (1949)
[ih-lahy-uh s] /ɪˈlaɪ əs/ noun 1. Douay Bible. (def 1). 2. a male given name, Greek form of . /ɪˈlaɪəs/ noun 1. (Bible) the Douay spelling of Elijah the Greek form of Elijah (Matt. 11:14; 16:14, etc.), which the Revised Version has uniformly adopted in the New Testament. (See ELIJAH.)
God’s people. (1.) The father of Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah (2 Sam. 11:3). In 1 Chr. 3:5 his name is Ammiel. (2.) This name also occurs as that of a Gilonite, the son of Ahithophel, and one of David’s thirty warriors (2 Sam. 23:34). perhaps these two were the same person.