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Heed
Attend • Attendance • Heedfulness
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Heed
Heed[Heb šāmaʿ]; AV also HEAR, HEARKEN, OBEY; NEB also HEAR, LISTEN, ACCEPT, PAY ATTENTION, OBSERVE; [qal and niphal of šāmar]; AV also HEARKEN, GIVE EAR, BEWARE, “be circumspect,” OBSERVE, etc.; NEB also BE CAREFUL, ACCEPT, TAKE (GOOD) CARE, LISTEN, etc.; [hiphil of qāšaḇ]; AV also HEARKEN,
Attend; Attendance
Attend; Attendance In 1 Tim. 4:13, AV, “give attendance to” (GK. proséchō) means “devote your attention to” (NEB); cf. Acts 16:14; He. 7:13. The AV “attend upon the Lord” in 1 Cor. 7:35 follows the TR euprósedros, “constant”; the correct reading is eupáredros, with the same meaning: “devoted” to
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HEED
HEED<hed>: This word, in the sense of giving careful attention (“take heed,” “give heed,” etc.), represents several Hebrew and Greek words; chief among them [שָׁמַר‎, shamar], “to watch”; [βλέπω, blepo], “to look,” [ὁράω, horao], “to see.” As opposed to thoughtlessness, disregard of God’s
ATTEND; ATTENDANCE
ATTEND; ATTENDANCE<a-tend’>; <a-tend’-ans>:1. “To incline,” “listen,” “regard” קָשַׁב‎ [qashabh]; Psalm 17:1 etc.); then, in the King James Version, “observe,” but in the Revised Version (British and American), more frequently, “give heed” [προσέχειν νου̂ν, prosechein noun], as in 1
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Heed
HEED, hēd: This word, in the sense of giving careful attention (“take heed,” “give heed,” etc), represents several Heb and Gr words; chief among them שָׁמַר‎, shāmar, “to watch”; βλέπω, blépō, “to look,” ὁράω, horáō, “to see.” As opposed to thoughtlessness, disregard of God’s words, of the counsels
Attend, Attendance
ATTEND, a-tendʹ, ATTENDANCE, a-tendʹans: (1) “To incline,” “listen,” “regard” (קָשַׁב‎, ḳāshabh; Ps 17:1 etc); then, in AV, “observe,” but in RV, more frequently, “give heed” (προσέχειν νοῦν, proséchein noún), as in 1 Tim 4:13. (2) “To be with,” “take care of,” “wait upon” (Est 4:5; He 7:13; Rom