Greek1871. epaiteo -- to beg ...
ahee-teh'-o) Short Definition: I beg, ask alms Definition: I beg, am a beggar
from epi and aiteo Definition to beg NASB Word Usage beg (1), begging
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The Blind Beggar
... garment? See he wears the dress of a beggar. Who is he? ... It is the poor
blind Bartimeus, who once sat by the wayside begging. And ...
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Whether it is Lawful for Religious to Beg?
... Now begging is forbidden in the divine law; for it is written (Dt.15:4): "There
shall be no poor nor beggar among you," and (Ps.36:25): "I have not seen the ...
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Mr. Morehouse's Illustration.
... Don't call me beggar." "Why," you say, "I saw you the other day begging in the street."
"Ah, but a change has taken place," he replies. "Is that so? ...
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Cii. Bartimæus and his Companion Healed.
... nigh unto Jericho, a certain blind man sat by the way side begging: 36 and ... Jericho
before the sounds of the following multitude roused the beggar to question ...
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A Caution to Stir up to Watch against Sin
... I. Sin will at first, just like a beggar, crave One penny or one half-penny to ... If
begging doth not do, sin promise will Rewards to those that shall its lusts ...
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The Blind Man of Jericho.
... as they went out from Jericho, with his disciples and a great multitude, the son
of Timaeus, Bartimaeus, a blind beggar, was sitting by the wayside, begging. ...
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... A son of his in beggar's garb, tramping the highways of Europe, begging
his bread from door to door! It nearly broke his heart. ...
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His Studies in Paris, and Other Incidents of his Life
... he had spent some time in this way, living in the hospital and begging his food ... night,
having completed forty-five miles, he went to rest with a beggar in a ...
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... Blind Bartimaeus, the son of Timaeus, sat by the highway side begging.'"Mark
10:46. ... I. Notice the beggar's petition and the attempts to silence it. ...
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... the son of Timeus) sat by the highway-side begging." It should seem that he was
a noted, though by no means what we commonly call, a sturdy beggar; having no ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryBegging Beggar
The poor among the Hebrews were much favored. They were allowed to glean in the fields, and to gather whatever the land produced in the year in which it was not tilled (Leviticus 19:10; 25:5,6; 24:19) They were also invited to feasts. (14:29) and Deuteronomy 26:12 The Israelite could not be an absolute pauper. His land was in alienable, except for a certain term, when it reverted to him or his posterity. And if this resource were insufficient, he could pledge the services of himself and family or a valuable sum. Those who were indigent through bodily infirmities were usually taken care of by their kindred. A beggar was sometimes seen, however, and was regarded and abhorred as a vagabond. (Psalms 109:10) In later times beggars were accustomed, it would seem, to have a fixed place at the corners of the streets, (Mark 10:46) or at the gates of the temple, (Acts 3:2) or of private houses, (Luke 16:20)
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