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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Frustrate
Frustrate [hiphil of Heb *pārar] (Ezr. 4:5; Neh. 4:15 [MT 9]; Job 5:12; Ps. 33:10; Isa. 44:25); AV also “bring to nought,” DISAPPOINT, “make of none effect”; NEB also DEFEAT, “bring to nothing”; FRUSTRATION [Heb mig̱ʿereṯ] (Dt. 28:20); AV REBUKE: NEB “dysentery.” The sense of the verb is to “make
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
FRUSTRATE
FRUSTRATE<frus’-trat> ([פָּרַר‎, parar]; [ἀθετέω, atheteo]): “Frustrate” (from frustra, “vain”) is the translation of parar, “to break,” “to make void,” “to bring to nothing” (Ezr 4:5), “to frustrate their purpose” (Isa 44:25, “that frustrateth the signs of the liars”); of atheteo,
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
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FRUSTRATION Hebrew verb “to frustrate” (from parar) means to make ineffective or void and is used primarily to describe God’s response to the plans of people. The Bible declares that God frustrates the plans of those who trust in their own devices or who operate according to their own agendas (Job 5:12;
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Frustrate
FRUSTRATE, frusʹtrāt (פָּרַר‎, pārar; ἀθετέω, athetéō): “Frustrate” (from frustra, “vain”) is the tr of pārar, “to break,” “to make void,” “to bring to nothing” (Ezr 4:5), “to frustrate their purpose” (Isa 44:25, “that frustrateth the signs of the liars”); of atheteō, “to displace,” “to reject