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Device
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Device; Devise
Device; Devise [Heb. bāḏā’] (1 K. 12:33); NEB CHOOSE; [hāg̱â] (Prov. 24:2); AV STUDY; NEB THINK OF; [zāmam] (Prov. 30:32); AV THINK; NEB “be fond of”; [zimmâ] (Ps. 26:10; Prov. 24:9; Isa. 32:7); AV also MISCHIEF, THOUGHTS; NEB also INTRIGUE, MISCHIEF, PLAN; [ḥāraš] (Prov. 6:14, 18; 12:20;
Forecast
Forecast Used by the AV in the obsolete sense of “devise” or “scheme” (Dnl. 11:24f.).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
DEVICE
DEVICE<de-vis’>: “A scheme,” “invention,” “plot.” In the Old Testament it stands for six Hebrew words, of which the most common is machashebheth (from chashabh, “to think,” “contrive”). In the New Testament it occurs only twice, once for Greek enthumesis (Acts 17:29), and once for noema
FORECAST
FORECAST<for-kast’>; (vb.) ([חָשַׁב‎, chashabh]): To forecast is both to plan or scheme beforehand and to consider or see beforehand. It is in the first sense that it is used in Dan 11:24, 25 (the King James Version) as the translation of chashabh, “to think,” “meditate,” “devise,” “plot,”
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 2, D–G
Forecast
forecast. This word is used in the KJV twice to render the Hebrew verb ḥāšab H3108, more properly translated “to plot, devise” (Dan. 11:24–25).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Device
DEVICE, dē̇-vīsʹ: “A scheme,” “invention,” “plot.” In the OT it stands for six Heb words, of which the most common is maḥăshebheth (from ḥāshabh, “to think,” “contrive”). In the NT it occurs only twice, once for Gr enthúmēsis (Acts 17:29), and once for nóēma (2 Cor 2:11). Sometimes the word means
Forecast
FORECAST, fōr-kastʹ (vb.) (חָשַׁב‎, ḥāshabh): To forecast is both to plan or scheme beforehand and to consider or see beforehand. It is in the first sense that it is used in Dnl 11:24, 25 (AV) as the tr of ḥāshabh, “to think,” “meditate,” “devise,” “plot,” He shall forecast his devices [AVm “Heb think