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Jehovah-Shamma
Jehovah-Shammah
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Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Jehovah-Shamma
Jehovah-ShammaJehovah-shamma (je-hohʹvah-shahmʹmah; kjv; rsv: Heb., ‘The Lord is there’), the name of Jerusalem in the restoration envisioned by Ezekiel, emphasizing the divine presence in the holy city (Ezek. 48:35; cf. Isa. 60:14–22; Rev. 21:2-22:5).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
JEHOVAH-SHAMMAH
JEHOVAH-SHAMMAH<je-ho’-va sham’-a> ([יהוה שָׁמָּה‎, yahweh shammah], “Yahweh is there”): The name to be given to the new Jerusalem, restored and glorified, as seen in the vision of Ezek (48:35 margin; compare Rev 21:3). Yahweh returns to the temple which He had forsaken, and from that time forward
The Westminster Bible Dictionary
Jehovah Shammah
Je-ho-vah-Shamʹmah [Jehovah is there], the symbolical title conferred by Ezekiel upon the spiritual Jerusalem seen in vision (Ezek. 48:35).
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Jehovah-Shamma
JEHOVAH-SHAMMA (Jĕ hō vah-shămʹ mȧ) Transliteration of a Hebrew name (Ezek. 48:35, margin) meaning “The Lord is there” which is better transliterated YHWH-shammah (NASB margin). The Jerusalem of Ezekiel’s vision was known by this name (cp. Isa. 60:19–20; Rev. 21:3). See YHWH.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Jehovah-Shammah
JEHOVAH-SHAMMAH, j.-shamʹa (יהוה שָׁמָּה‎, yahweh shāmmāh, “Jeh is there”): The name to be given to the new Jerus, restored and glorified, as seen in the vision of Ezk (48:35 m; cf Rev 21:3). Jeh returns to the temple which He had forsaken, and from that time forward the fact of supreme importance is
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