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Bible words and what they mean
We need to understand the definition of words that are commonly used in the Bible so we can understand what God is saying
to us. Next to the Bible verse for each day, you will find the definition of one or two of the words used in the verse.
Saturday, Jan. 16: Hell is also called “Hades,” “Gehenna,” and the “lake of fire.” It is a place of eternal punishment and separation from God.
Sunday, Jan. 17: Holy means set apart; pure and perfect. I Peter 1:15-16.
Monday, Jan. 18: Hosanna is the Hebrew word for “save us.” We use it now to express adoration, praise, or joy to Jesus, who saves us from
our sins. John 12:12-13.
Tuesday, Jan. 19: Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity. He is the Helper that indwells everyone who has accepted Jesus as their Lord and
Savior. John 14:15-17.
Wednesday, Jan. 20: Hypocrite is someone who says one thing but does the opposite. Matthew 6:5-6.
Thursday, Jan. 21: Idolatry is worshipping images, statues, anyone, or anything instead of the one, true God. To flee means to run away from
something very fast. I Corinthians 10:14.
Friday, Jan. 22: Incarnation is when Jesus took on human form and was born as a baby in Bethlehem. Luke 1:35.