By Seiichi Makino, Michio Tsutsui
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Amen literally “true” and used as a substantive, “that which is true,” “truth,” (Isaiah 65:16) a word used in strong asseverations, fixing, as it were, the stamp of truth upon the assertion which it accompanied, and making it binding as an oath. Comp. (Numbers 5:22) In the synagogues and private houses it was customary for the people or members of the family who were present to say “amen” to the prayers which were offered. ” (Romans 9:5; 11:36; 15:33; 16:27; 2 Corinthians 13:14) etc. Amethyst (Heb.
C. e. gracious). •The daughter of Ahimaaz and wife of Saul. C. ) •A native of Jezreel who was married to David during his wandering life. C. ) She lived with him and his other wife Abigail at the court of Achish, (1 Samuel 27:3) was taken prisoner with her by the Amalekites when they plundered Ziklag, (1 Samuel 30:5) but was rescued by David. (1 Samuel 30:18) Ahio (brotherly). •Son of Abinadab, who accompanied the ark when it was brought out of his father’s house. ) •A Benjamite, one of the sons of Beriah.
The whole race was cut off by Joshua, (Joshua 11:21) and the three brothers were slain by the tribe of Judah. (Judges 1:10) •A Levite porter. (1 Chronicles 9:17) Ahimelech (brother of the king). •Son of Ahitub, (1 Samuel 22:11,12) and high priest of Nob in the days of Saul. He gave David the shew bread to eat, and the sword of Goliath; and for so doing was put to death, with his whole house, by Saul’s order. Abiathar alone escaped. C. ) •A Hittite. (1 Samuel 26:6) Ahimoth (brother of death), a Levite apparently in the time of David.