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God takes Enoch
Enoch walked with God, and was taken at age 365.
Dictionaries
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Walk
Walk [Heb. hālaḵ—‘go, walk’ (Gen. 24:65; Ex. 18:20; Lev. 18:3; etc.), sāḇaḇ—‘march around’ (Ps. 48:12 [MT 13], ʾāšar—‘walk straight (ahead)’ (Prov. 9:6), ṣāʿaḏ—‘step, march’ (Jer. 10:5), tiphel of rāg̱al—‘teach to walk’ (Hos. 11:3), ʿāḇar—‘go by, pass’ (Zeph. 3:6); Aram halaḵ (haphel,
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Walk
WALK. The word is first used of God in the garden of Eden: “And they heard the voice of the Lord God walking in the garden” (Gen 3:8). It is often used symbolically or figuratively of a believer’s conduct or spiritual state. It was said of Enoch, the first prophet of whom we have record (cf. Jude 14),
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Walk
WALK. Of the very many occasions when this verb is used in Scripture, the vast majority have the strictly literal sense of moving along or making one’s way. It was the normal activity of men, but where the ability to walk had been lost it was capable of being restored by Christ. This outward healing
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Walk
WALK — to move at a pace slower than a run; one’s conduct of life. The literal sense predominates in the Old Testament, but the figurative meaning of the word does occur (Gen. 5:24; 6:9; Eccl. 11:9). In the New Testament the word usually is used literally in the gospels, while it is usually used figuratively
Dictionary of Biblical Imagery
Walk, Walking
Walk, WalkingIn biblical times walking was the most common way of going somewhere, even over long distances. It is not surprising, then, that references to walking in the Bible number well over two hundred (and in some versions nearly three hundred). A survey of references to the physical act of walking
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
WALK
WALK<wok> ([περιπατει̂ν, peripatein]): Aside from its frequent occurrence in the usual sense, the word “walk” is used figuratively of conduct and of spiritual states.1. Observance of laws or customs: “Thou teachest all the Jews who are among the Gentiles to forsake Moses, telling them not to circumcise
A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels: Aaron–Zion
Walk
WALK.—1. περιπατεῖν. The passages in the Gospels where this word occurs may be classified as follows: (1) ‘To move along leisurely on foot without halting.’ It is used in this literal sense of our Lord’s walking by the Lake (Mt 4:18 περιπατῶν δέ),—the words following show that the subject of His thoughts
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Walk
WALK Slower pace contrasted with running. It is used literally (Exod. 2:5; Matt. 4:18) and figuratively to mean a person’s conduct or way of life (Gen. 5:24; Rom. 8:4; 1 John 1:6–7).
Holman Treasury of Key Bible Words: 200 Greek and 200 Hebrew Words Defined and Explained
Walk
WalkHebrew expression: halakPronunciation: haw LAHKStrong’s Number: 1980Key VersesGenesis 17:1; Deuteronomy 10:12; Joshua 22:5; Psalm 119:3For Christians, “walk the talk” has become a cliché. The thought is also thoroughly biblical. The Hebrew word halak, “to walk,” “to go, or “to come,” is used
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 5, Q–Z
Walk
walk. Both the Hebrew and Greek terms for “walk” (hālak H2143; peripateō G4344) are often used in the Bible figuratively to indicate conduct or manner of life (e.g., Gen. 5:22; 1 Ki. 15:3; Ps. 1:1; Eph. 2:2, 10), including the observance of laws or customs (Lev. 26:3; Acts 21:21 [cf. Halakah]). Modern
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Walk
WALK, wôk (περιπατεῖν, peripateín): Aside from its frequent occurrence in the usual sense, the word “walk” is used figuratively of conduct and of spiritual states. (1) Observance of laws or customs: “Thou teachest all the Jews who are among the Gentiles to forsake Moses, telling them not to circumcise
Key passages
Ge 5:21–24

When Enoch had lived sixty-five years, he fathered Methuselah. And Enoch walked with God after he fathered Methuselah three hundred years, and fathered sons and daughters. And all the days of Enoch were three hundred and sixty-five years. And Enoch walked with God, and he was no more, …

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Heb 11:5;
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