- 1 What does revelry mean?
- 2 What does Revelling mean in the Bible?
- 3 What does reviling mean in the Bible?
- 4 What does temperance mean in the Bible?
- 5 What does lurking mean?
- 6 What does debauchery mean?
- 7 What does longsuffering mean biblically?
- 8 Is carousing a sin?
- 9 What does emulations mean in the Bible?
- 10 What is the biblical definition of covetousness?
- 11 What does Raca mean?
- 12 What does revile you mean?
- 13 What are the 7 virtues of the Holy Spirit?
- 14 Is temperance a gift of the Holy Spirit?
- 15 What does temperance do to a person?
What does revelry mean?
: noisy partying or merrymaking.
What does Revelling mean in the Bible?
Revelling, also spelled reveling, is defined as having a great time, or delighting in something.
What does reviling mean in the Bible?
If you look at the uses of “revile” in Scripture (reviling, reviler) you will get a feel for its definition. To revile someone is to mock them, to condemn them, to curse them, to falsely accuse them. And of course we all know that this is precisely what the abuser does with his mouth. He reviles his victim.
What does temperance mean in the Bible?
A. Temperance as Emotional Restraint or Self-Control. Whoever is slow to anger has great understanding, but one who has a hasty temper exalts. folly.
What does lurking mean?
1a: to lie in wait in a place of concealment especially for an evil purpose someone out there lurking in the shadows. b: to move furtively or inconspicuously shall I lurk about this country like a thief?—
What does debauchery mean?
1: extreme indulgence in bodily pleasures and especially sexual pleasures: behavior involving sex, drugs, alcohol, etc. that is often considered immoral … he was glad when others joined them, men and women; and they had more drink and spent the night in wild rioting and debauchery.—
What does longsuffering mean biblically?
: patiently enduring lasting offense or hardship.
Is carousing a sin?
I think we’ve established that drinking alcohol in itself isn’t sinful but the Bible is very clear about the effect it has on someone, it can lead to drunkenness and carousing which is sinful. There are a few examples of godly men getting drunk which led to sinful behaviour.
What does emulations mean in the Bible?
1: ambition or endeavor to equal or excel others (as in achievement) 2a: imitation. b: the use of or technique of using an emulator. 3 obsolete: ambitious or envious rivalry.
What is the biblical definition of covetousness?
covetous, greedy, acquisitive, grasping, avaricious mean having or showing a strong desire for especially material possessions. covetous implies inordinate desire often for another’s possessions.
What does Raca mean?
The word Raca is original to the Greek manuscript; however, it is not a Greek word. The most common view is that it is a reference to the Aramaic word reka, which literally means “empty one”, but probably meant “empty headed,” or “foolish.” Scholars seem divided on how grievous an insult it was.
What does revile you mean?
Advertisement. To revile is to criticize in an abusive or hostile way, or to spread negative information about. When you verbally attack someone and call him names and say mean things, this is an example of a time when you revile.
What are the 7 virtues of the Holy Spirit?
The seven gifts of the Holy Spirit are wisdom, understanding, counsel, fortitude, knowledge, piety, and fear of the Lord. While some Christans accept these as a definitive list of specific attributes, others understand them merely as examples of the Holy Spirit’s work through the faithful.
Is temperance a gift of the Holy Spirit?
In addition to “self control” and “restraint”, Watson defines temperance as an attribute of Jesus Christ and as a spiritual gift available through the Holy Ghost. We are temperate when we “examine our expectations and desires” and are “diligent and patient in seeking righteous goals.”
What does temperance do to a person?
(to our emotions) (of our emotions)
Temperance is generally defined by control over excess, so that it has many such classes, such as abstinence, chastity, modesty, humility, prudence, self-regulation, forgiveness and mercy; each of these involves restraining some impulse, such as sexual desire, vanity, or anger.