Greek232. halieuo -- to fish ...
go fishing. From halieus; to be a fisher
, ie (by implication) to fish
-- go a-fishing.
see GREEK halieus. (alieuein) -- 1 Occurrence. 231, 232. halieuo. 233 ... //strongsnumbers.com/greek2/232.htm - 6k
"Being Accustomed to Eat Fish at the Time of Easter...
... "Being accustomed to eat fish at the ... the deacon, to whom the outward management of
the monastery belonged, and who was himself a skillful fisher, tells him ...
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By the Sea of Galilee - the Final Call of the First Disciples, and ...
... Such shoal of fish in one spot on the Lake of Galilee was not strange. ... And could
he then be a fisher of men, out of whose heart, after a life's night of toil ...
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The Miraculous Feeding of the Five Thousand
... The Talmud, declares that of all kinds of meat, fish only becomes more savoury ... would
form the most common savoury' with bread for the fisher-population along ...
/.../the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter xxix the miraculous feeding.htm
... During the work of the night he had laid off his "fisher's coat," a kind ... This, Peter
seemed to have forgotten, though the fish had been caught under Christ's ...
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In the Course of this Crude Study we Shall have to Touch on what ...
... A hunter has to tear his clothes; there must be somebody to mend them. A fisher
has to catch fish; there must be somebody to cook them. ...
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Appearance at Sea of Galilee.
... go to the net, and mechanically, in their old fashion, count the fish they had taken,
one hundred and fifty and three; and John, with a fisher's memory can ...
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Fifth Tractate. Problems of the Soul (3). [Also Entitled "On Sight ...
... If it is, the impression will be of quite another order: the rod between the fisher's
hand and the torpedo fish is not affected in the same way as the hand ...
/.../plotinus/the six enneads/fifth tractate problems of the.htm
... and in the midst of it, the Maker of all heaven and earth sitting in a poor fisher's
boat, and condescending to tell them where the shoal of fish was lying. ...
/.../kingsley/discipline and other sermons/sermon xviii humility.htm
The Lord's Last Days with his Disciples.
... Peter did not wait to reply, but tying his fisher's coat around him he threw himself ...
when they had landed they found a fire of coals there, with fish laid upon ...
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Concerning those who Demanded the Half-Shekel.
... benefited when it came up and was caught in the net of Peter, who became a fisher
of men, in which net was that which is figuratively called a fish, in order ...
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ATS Bible DictionaryFisher Fish
The Hebrews have very few names of particular species of fish. Moses says in general, that all sorts of river, lake, or sea fish, which have scales and fins, may be eaten; all others shall be to the Hebrews an abomination, Le 11:9-12 De 14:9,10. The Nile had an early celebrity, which it still retains, for the abundance and excellence of its fish, Exodus 7:18-21 Numbers 11:5. The Sea of Tiberias also still abounds in fish, Luke 5:5 John 21:6-11. They were a common article of food among the Jews, Matthew 7:10, and were obtained from the Mediterranean, Nehemiah 13:16, and from the Jordan. They were caught with hooks, Am 4:2, spears, Job 41:7, and nets, Isaiah 19:8-10. The "great fish," Jonah 1:17, which swallowed Jonah, may have been of the shark genus, as this animal is common in the Mediterranean. The original word, both in Hebrew and Greek, Matthew 12:40, means a fish, and not specifically a "whale." See WHALE. Fishermen are often spoken of in the Bible, and a large proportion of the twelve apostles of our Lord were of that occupation. Christ made them "fishers of men," Matthew 4:18-22.
The early Christians, in times of persecution, used to engrave the form of a fish on their medals, seals, and tombs, as a tacit confession of their faith; as the five letters of the Greek word for fish are the initial letters of five words, signifying "Jesus Christ, the Son of God, the Savior." This symbol has thus become the subject of a superstitious regard.
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