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"Glory" has no particular Biblical meaning, because the writers of the original texts did not speak English. The original scrolls that became the Bible were written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek--not English. The Bible wasn't even translated into English until 1500 years after Christ. There are 530 different versions of the Bible today, and each one makes ...
In its Semitic background, glory developed from the more concrete notion to the more abstract in the course of use in the Old Testament. Bernard Ramm, in one of the few systematic studies of glory in the Bible, outlines the development. He begins with the material and radical meaning of the Hebrew word kabod: Whatever possessed weight in the sense of ...
Glory is the beauty of God's spirit or is the fullness of God in you.Glory is a divine visitation of the presence of God or dwelling of the JEHOVAH God on someone.
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