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Forget
Forgetful • Forgetfulness • Forgotten
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Forget
Forget [often Heb. šāḵaḥ]; NEB also HEEDLESS (Ps. 44:24 [MT 25], IGNORE (Ps. 74:23), HOLD IN MIND (Ps. 78:7), etc.; [Heb. šākē (a)ḥ]; NEB also HEEDLESS (Ps. 9:17 [MT 18]); [nāšâ (Gen. 41:51; Job. 39:17; Isa. 44:21)]; Gk. epilanthánomai, eklanthánomai (He. 12:5), epilēsmoné̄—‘forgetfulness’ (Jas.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FORGET; FORGETFUL
FORGET; FORGETFUL<for-get’>, <for-get’-ful> ([שָׁכַח‎, shakhach]; [ἐπιλανθάνομαι, epilanthanomai]): “Forget” is to fail to hold in mind, and the forgetfulness may be either innocent or blameworthy. In the Old Testament the word is most frequently used as translation of shakhach in a blameworthy sense:
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Forget, Forgetful
FORGET, for-getʹ, FORGETFUL, for-getʹful שָׁכַח‎, shākhah; ἐπιλανθάνομαι, epilanthánomai): “Forget” is to fail to hold in mind, and the forgetfulness may be either innocent or blameworthy. In the OT the word is most frequently used as tr of shākhah in a blameworthy sense: to forget the covenant, the
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