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Lawful
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Lawful; Lawfully
Lawful; Lawfully[Heb mišpāṭ; Aram šallîṭ (Ezr. 7:24); Gk. éxesti, nomímōs (1 Tim. 1:8)]; NEB also JUST; PERMITTED; ALLOWED; etc. Seven times the book of Ezekiel mentions the reward of “life” belonging to those who do “what is lawful [mišpāṭ] and right [eḏāqâ]” (18:5, 19, 21, 27; 33:14,
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
LAWFUL
LAWFUL<lo’-fool> (usually מִשְׁפָּט‎ [mishpaT], “relating to judgment,” or “a pronounced judgment” צַדִּיק‎ [tsaddiq], “relating to that which is righteous” or “just”; [ἔξεστι, exesti], [εὔνομος, eunomos], “that which is authorized according to law,” or “a privilege according to legitimate
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Lawful
LAWFUL, lôʹfŏŏl (usually מִשְׁפָּט‎, mishpāṭ, “relating to judgment,” or “a pronounced judgment”; צַדִּיק‎, çaddīḳ, “relating to that which is righteous” or “just”; ἔξεστι, éxesti, εὔνομος, eúnomos, “that which is authorized according to law,” or “a privilege according to legitimate custom” [cf
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