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Amaze
Amazed
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Amaze; Amazement
Amaze; Amazement Besides the ordinary usages, the words occur archaically in the AV for “distress” (Mk. 14:33, GK. ekthambéō) and “terror” (ptóēsis, 1 Pet. 3:6).The Gk. ékstasis, translated “amazement” in Mk. 5:42; Lk. 5:26; Acts 3:10, indicates that the people were “beside themselves” with astonishment,
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
AMAZED
AMAZED<a-mazd’>: A term which illustrates the difficulty of expressing in one English word the wide range of startled emotion, wonder, astonishment, awe, covered, in the Old Testament, by four Hebrew words and in the New Testament by as many Greek words. Its Scripture originals range in meaning from
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Amazed
AMAZED, a-māzdʹ: A term which illustrates the difficulty of expressing in one Eng. word the wide range of startled emotion, wonder, astonishment, awe, covered, in the OT, by four Heb words and in the NT by as many Gr words. Its Scripture originals range in meaning from amazement accompanied with terror