Of course these iron dudes of the Round Table would think it was scandalous, and maybe raise Sheol
about it, but as for me, give me comfort first, and style after- wards.
"I see no other way, Ja," I said, "though I can assure you that I would rather go to Sheol after Perry than to Phutra.
Ja asked me what Sheol was, and when I explained, as best I could, he said, "You are speaking of Molop Az, the flaming sea upon which Pellucidar floats.
The word 'hell' in this verse is the Greek word for grave, the Hebrew word is 'SHEOL
' the world or place of the dead (as if subterranean retreat) include its accessories and inmates: 'the coffin and clothe wrappings' it is translated in your bible as grave, hell, pit.
The book's epigraph is taken from 1 Samuel: "He brings down to Sheol
, and raises up." That quote must make us turn to one of the best-known descriptions of conversion in the English literature of the past century, G.
For YHWH is a god ['el] of knowledge, a god ['el] who balances his actions; The bows of the mighty are broken, but the feeble gird on strength; Those who were full have hired themselves out for bread, but those who were hungry cease forever[?]; The barren has borne seven, but she who has many children is bereaved; YHWH causes to die and brings to life, he brings down to Sheol
and raises up; YHWH makes poor and makes rich, he makes low, he also exalts; He raises up the poor from the dust, he lifts the needy from the ash heap, To make them sit with princes and inherit a seat of honor.
Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with your might, for there is no work or thought or knowledge or wisdom in Sheol
, to which you are going.
an Iolaire/The Iolaire Sailed" has become a powerful symbol of the commemoration events.
The early Jews had Sheol
, the Egyptians Amenti, and the Greeks Hades.
If he plunges down to Sheol
, the dwelling place of the dead, God is there.
After this physical death, we will go to Sheol
, a Hebrew word meaning 'the abode of the dead,' and await Judgment Day, at which time the judgment we receive will determine the fate of our souls: holy redemption or eternal damnation.
The Bible refers often to Sheol
, the place of the dead, but this miserable place was not reserved for notorious sinners or wrongdoers.