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Forwardness
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Forward
Forward This adverb implies an onward movement in time or space or in the conduct of affairs. It frequently modifies a verb, e.g., “go forward” (Ex. 14:15; 2 K. 20:9; etc.), “come forward” (e.g., Dt. 20:2). The Hebrew expression lep̱ānîm, “forward,” occurs in Jer. 7:24, while in Ezk. 1:9, 12; 10:22
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FORWARD; FORWARDNESS
FORWARD; FORWARDNESS<for’-werd> <for’-werd-nes> ([הַלְאָה‎, hale’ah], [נָסַע‎, nacà]; [σπουδαι̂ος, spoudaios]): As an adverb “forward” has the meaning of “onward” in space or time, or in the movement of affairs. As an adjective it has the sense of “readiness,” “willingness,” etc. The adverb only
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Forward, Forwardness
FORWARD, fôr′wẽrd, FORWARDNESS, fôr′wẽrd-nes (הָלְאָה‎, hāle’āh, נָסַע‎, nāṣa‛; σπουδαῖος, spoudaíos): As an advb. “forward” has the meaning of “onward” in space or time, or in the movement of affairs. As an adj. it has the sense of “readiness,” “willingness,” etc. The advb. only is found in the