Accomplishment • Progress • Result
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Accomplish [Heb. hāwâ] (Jer. 39:16); [kûn] (2 Ch. 8:16); AV PREPARE; NEB ACHIEVE; [kālâ] (2 Ch. 36:22; Dnl. 11:36; 12:7; Ezr. 1:1); AV also FINISH, FULFIL; NEB DO, “come to an end,” FULFIL; [‘āśâ] (2 S. 3:9; Job 35:6; Neh. 6:16; Isa. 37:32; 46:10; 55:11); AV also DO, WROUGHT; NEB also BRING
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ACCOMPLISH<a-kom’-plish>: Richly represented in the Old Testament by seven Hebrew synonyms and in the New Testament by five Greek (the King James Version); signifying in Hebrew1. “to complete” (Lamentations 4:11);2. “to fulfill” (Daniel 9:2);3. “to execute” (1 Kings 5:9);4. “to
A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels: Aaron–Zion
PROGRESS.—Christ and the essential truth of His teaching as preserved in the Gospels are entirely identified with the fact of human progress. Man’s progress is a fact, a fact and not an idea, a fact, however, in which ideas are embedded and come to manifestation. This, moreover, is the greatest and most
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
ACCOMPLISH, a-komʹplish: Richly represented in the OT by seven Heb synonyms and in the NT by five Gr (AV): signifying in Heb (1) “to complete” (Lam 4:11); (2) “to fulfil” (Dnl 9:2); (3) “to execute” (1 K 5:9); (4) “to set apart” i.e. “consecrate” (Lev 22:21); (5) “to establish” (Jer 44:25 AV); (6) “to