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2418. hierourgeo -- to perform sacred rites
... minister. From a compound of hieron and the base of ergon; to be a temple-worker,
ie Officiate as a priest (figuratively) -- minister. see GREEK hieron. ...
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Strong's Hebrew
3547. kahan -- to act as a priest
... A primitive root, apparently meaning to mediate in religious services; but used
only as denominative from kohen; to officiate as a priest; figuratively, to put ...
/hebrew/3547.htm - 6k

Measures to Promote Revivals.
... All these things were customary, and every clergyman was held bound to wear them,
and it was not considered proper for him to officiate without them. ...
/.../finney/lectures on revivals of religion/lecture xiv measures to promote.htm

... Some members of this congregation alleged the following charge against Mr. Adam
Miller, Jr.: that he neglected to officiate in the German language, and thus ...
// lutheranism/organization.htm

Dr. Beardsley's Address.
... destroyed, more stringent laws were enacted against the sympathizers with the Stuart
dynasty, and the Episcopal clergy were forbidden to officiate except in ...
/.../the sermons and addresses at the seabury centenary/dr beardsleys address.htm

Law and Grace.
... "Sin reigned unto death." A friend was telling me lately that an acquaintance of
his, a minister, was once called upon to officiate at a funeral, in the place ...
// grace/chapter v law and grace.htm

Relation of the Pharisees to the Sadducees and Essenes, and to the ...
... this was contrary to the views of the Pharisees, they took care to bind him by an
oath to observe their ritual customs before allowing him to officiate at all. ...
/.../edersheim/sketches of jewish social life/chapter 15 relation of the.htm

... where the church had enjoyed civil establishments, on the ceasing of these, the
incumbents of the parishes, almost without exception, ceased to officiate. ...
/.../bacon/a history of american christianity/chapter xiii reconstruction.htm

November was Now Drawing to a Close, and St. ...
... He had seen the Pope officiate at High Mass in the Sistine Chapel, having procured
the "introduction from very high quarters" which, even according to ordinary ...
/.../corelli/the master-christian/xxvi november was now drawing.htm

On the Formation and State of the Embryo. Its Relation with the ...
... the birth and light of day. We, on our part, believe the angels to officiate
herein for God. The embryo therefore becomes a human ...
/.../tertullian/a treatise on the soul/chapter xxxvii on the formation and.htm

The Call of Isaiah
... In violation of a plain command of Jehovah, that none but the descendants of Aaron
should officiate as priests, the king entered the sanctuary "to burn incense ...
/.../white/the story of prophets and kings/chapter 25 the call of.htm

The First Galilean Ministry.
... As there could be no un-Jewish forwardness on the part of Jesus, so, assuredly,
would there be none of that mock-humility of reluctance to officiate, in which ...
/.../the life and times of jesus the messiah/chapter xi the first galilean.htm

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (v. i.) To act as an officer or referee in performing a duty; to transact the business of an office or public trust; to conduct a public service.

2. (v. t.) To discharge, perform, or supply, as an official duty or function.

Officiate (1 Occurrence)
... 2. (vt) To discharge, perform, or supply, as an official duty or function.
Multi-Version Concordance Officiate (1 Occurrence). 2 ...
/o/officiate.htm - 7k

Zadok (50 Occurrences)
... Zion, when Zodak was appointed to officiate at Gibeon, while Abiathar, it is presumed,
ministered in Jerusalem (1 Chronicles 15:11; 1 Chronicles 16:39). ...
/z/zadok.htm - 40k

... sanctuaries; then, in the Deuteronomic legislation, where sacrifice is limited to
the Jerusalem sanctuary, it is assumed that only Levite priests can officiate...
/m/mediation.htm - 38k

Mediator (7 Occurrences)
... sanctuaries; then, in the Deuteronomic legislation, where sacrifice is limited to
the Jerusalem sanctuary, it is assumed that only Levite priests can officiate...
/m/mediator.htm - 42k

Officiated (1 Occurrence)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary (imp. & pp) of Officiate. Multi-Version Concordance
Officiated (1 Occurrence). Hebrews 7:13 For he of whom ...
/o/officiated.htm - 6k

Official's (1 Occurrence)

/o/official's.htm - 6k

Fill (126 Occurrences)
... 5. (v.) To possess and perform the duties of; to officiate in, as an incumbent;
to occupy; to hold; as, a king fills a throne; the president fills the office ...
/f/fill.htm - 36k

Dwarf (1 Occurrence)
... the Hebrew word dak, "thin," "small," in Leviticus 21:20, where a list is given
of physical failings which forbade man of the seed of Aaron to officiate at the ...
/d/dwarf.htm - 8k

Zechariah (55 Occurrences)
... The altar of burnt offering was set up upon its old site, but as yet there were
no priests worthy to officiate in the ritual of sacrifice (Ezra 3:2, 3 ...
/z/zechariah.htm - 70k

Bible Concordance
Officiate (1 Occurrence)

2 Kings 17:32 So they went on worshipping the Lord, and made for themselves, from among all the people, priests for the high places, to make offerings for them in the houses of the high places.
(See NIV)



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Mediator (7 Occurrences)

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Priest (500 Occurrences)

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