Sense: God ⇔ mighty one
n. — a term referring to the God of Israel with emphasis on his strength or capability.
. . . for he who is mighty has done great things for me, and holy is his name.
In Scripture, God is often referred to by one of his attributes. Because the Bible Sense Lexicon captures extended meanings of words, it provides a means for exploring the variety of ways God is referenced in the Bible. When looking at the entry for “God ⇔ mighty one” in the Bible Sense Lexicon, we can easily move to the entries for “God ⇔ righteous one,” “God ⇔ holy one,” and “God ⇔ blessed one.” In addition, it also allows us to look at places where God is referred to as some more concrete entity, such as in the entries for “God ⇔ king”, “God ⇔ rock,” and “God ⇔ father.” Spend some time today exploring the nature of God through extended meanings in the Bible Sense Lexicon.
What is the Bible Sense Lexicon?
Sense of the Day is based on content from Logos’ Bible Sense Lexicon, which organizes biblical Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek words by meaning based on a variety of semantic relationships. Sense of the Day provides examples of senses in context, along with insight into their application for theology and interpretation.
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