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Chastening
Chastisement
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Chastening; Chastisement
Chastening; Chastisement [Heb. yāsar, mûsār, yāḵaḥ, tôḵeḥâ, tôḵaḥaṯ, ‘āwôn (Lam. 4:6); Gk. paideúō, paideía]; AV also CORRECT, PUNISH, REBUKE, INSTRUCTION; NEB also PUNISH, DISCIPLINE, INSTRUCT, CORRECT, REBUKE, TRAIN (Jer. 31:18), “take captive” (Hos. 7:12), FLOGGING (Lk. 23:16,
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CHASTENING; CHASTISEMENT
CHASTENING; CHASTISEMENT<chas’-’-n-ing>, <chas’-tiz-ment>: These two words corresponding to Hebrew מוּסָר‎ [mucar], and Greek [παιδεία, paideia], are distinguished in English use, in that “chastisement” is applied to the infliction of pain, either as a punishment or for recalling to duty, while “chastening,”
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Chastening, Chastisement
CHASTENING, chās′ʼn-ing, CHASTISEMENT, chas′tiz-ment: These two words corresponding to Heb מוּסָר‎, mūṣār, and Gr παιδεία, paideía, are distinguished in Eng. use, in that “chastisement” is applied to the infliction of pain, either as a punishment or for recalling to duty, while “chastening” is a