Careful; Carefully; Carefulness The AV often uses these words in such now obsolete senses as “anxious” or “anxiety,” i.e., “full of care” (Heb. dā’ag̱, Jer. 17:8; Gk. merimnáō, Lk. 10:41; Phil. 4:6; cf. amérimnos, 1 Cor. 7:32), “fearfulness” (Heb. de’āg̱â, Ezk. 12:18f), “concerned for” (Heb.
CARE; CAREFULNESS; CAREFUL<kar>, <kar’-fool-ness>, <kar’-fool>: The English word “care” has such a variety of meanings, and so many Hebrew and Greek words in the Bible are translated by this English expression and its compounds, that it is difficult to organize them into a single brief article. We
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
care, careful. As used in the KJV, these terms may easily be misapplied, because they connote not only due regard, concern, and oversight, but also mental anxiety and tormenting solicitude. Originally the words signified that which distracted the heart from the true object of life (cf. Matt. 13:22; Lk.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
CARE,kâr, CAREFULNESS,kâr′fŏŏl-ness, CAREFUL,kâr′fŏŏl: The Eng. word “care” has such a variety of meanings, and so many Heb and Gr words in the Bible are trd by this Eng. expression and its compounds, that it is difficult to organize them into a single brief article. We may do so, however, by