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Foretold
Foretell
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Foretold
Foretold [Heb. dāḇar] (2 K. 24:13); AV SAID; [Gk. protangéllō] (Acts 3:18); AV BEFORE SHEWED; [semaínō (Acts 11:28); AV SIGNIFIED; NEB PREDICT. In the OT the foretelling of future events is the prerogative of Yahweh (Isa. 41:22f.; 42:9; cf. Dt. 18:22; Acts 3:18). Though prophecy was believed to
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FORETELL; FORETOLD
FORETELL; FORETOLD<for-tel’>, <for-told’>: The King James Version occurrences of these words in the New Testament represent as many Greek terms, and are in each case rendered differently in Revised Version:1. Mk 13:23 ([προει̂πον, proeipon]), the Revised Version (British and American) “told beforehand”;
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Foretell, Foretold
FORETELL, fōr-tel’, FORETOLD, fōr-tōldʹ: The AV occurrences of these words in the NT represent as many Gr terms, and are in each case rendered differently in RV: (1) Mk 13:23 (προεῖπον, proeípon), RV “told beforehand”; (2) Acts 3:24 (προκαταγγέλλω, prokataggéllō), RV simply “told”; (3) 2 Cor