Strong's Hebrew6010. emeq -- a vale...
often used as a part of proper names. From amaq; a vale
depression) -- dale, vale
(often used as a part of proper names). ... /hebrew/6010.htm - 6k
A Sight of Judea
... it hath a mountainous part, a plain, and a vale. From Beth-horon to Emmaus is
mountainous,"from Emmaus to Lydda is plain,"from Lydda to the sea is valley." ...
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The Routing of Giant Doubt
... read no more. "We soon left the main road and entered a dark valley called
Vale of Destruction. "'Let me go,' I shouted. "'I will ...
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The Valley of the Shadow of Death. --Psalm xxiii. 4
... 4. 220.127.116.11 James Montgomery. The Valley of the Shadow of Death."Psalm 23:4. Though
I walk the downward shade,. Deepening through the vale of death,. ...
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"Yea, Though I Walk through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, I ...
... Yea, though I walk through the valley of the ... Thou must go forth alone, my soul,"
To tread the narrow vale; But He, whose word is sure, hath said His comforts ...
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Jesus at the Well of Sychar
... the same valley, the mud hovels of Sebastiyeh mark the site of ancient Samaria,
the magnificent Sebaste of Herod. North of the entrance to the Vale of Shechem ...
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Pilgrims of the Victorious Life
... "Where do you live, Pilgrim Serene?". "I live in Poverty Vale. The floor of the
valley is very hard and poor. But Immanuel walks and talks with me. ...
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The Wailing of Risca
... vale of Risca, I take up a lamentation for thee: the Lord hath dealt sorely with
thee. Behold, and see if there be sorrow in any valley like unto thy sorrow ...
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The Torments of Giant Bad Feelings
... Some one said the Vale of Hidden Delights is a good place to live in ... battles to fight
[Luke 12:28; 1 John 5:4]. As to your settling here in the Valley of Hidden ...
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David the Shepherd Youth.
... Once upon a time the Philistines gathered their young men, and came, with their
battle-flags and drums, up the great Vale of Elah, the valley of oaks, to ...
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Some Other Memorable Places of the City.
... the rock called the Dove-cote,"and the hill beyond, which lies over the valley of
Siloam. From thence bending on the west, he came even into the vale of the ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryValley Vale
It is hardly necessary to state that these words signify a hollow sweep of ground between two more or less parallel ridges of high land. The structure of the greater part of the holy land does not lend itself to the formation of valleys in our sense of the word. The abrupt transitions of its crowded rocky hills preclude the existence of any extended sweep of valley. Valley is employed in the Authorized Version to render five distinct Hebrew words.
- Emek . This appears to approach more nearly to the general sense of the English word than any other. It is connected with several places.
- Gai or ge . Of this there is fortunately one example which can be identified with certainty --the deep hollow which compasses the southwest and south of Jerusalem. This identification establishes the ge as a deep and abrupt ravine, with steep sides and narrow bottom.
- Nachal . This word answers to the Arabic wady, and expresses, as no single English word can, the bed of a stream (often wide and shelving, and like a "valley" in character, which in the rainy season may be nearly filled by a foaming torrent, though for the greater part of the year dry).
- Bikah . This term appears to mean rather a plain than a valley, though so far resembling it as to be enclosed by mountains. It is rendered by "valley" in (34:3; Joshua 11:8,17; 12:7; 2 Chronicles 35:22; Zechariah 12:11)
- has-Shefelah . The district to which the name has-Shefelah is applied in the Bible has no resemblance whatever to a valley, but is a broad, swelling tract of many hundred miles in area, which sweeps gently down from the mountains Judah to the Mediterranean. It is rendered "the vale" in (1:7; Joshua 10:40; 1 Kings 10:27; 2 Chronicles 1:15; Jeremiah 33:13) and "the valley" or "the valleys" in (Joshua 9:1; 11:2,16; 12:8; 15:33; Judges 1:9; Jeremiah 32:44)
Valley Of Achor
Valley Of Berachah
Valley of Decision
Valley of Giants
Valley Of Jehoshaphat
Valley of Keziz
Valley Of Salt
Valley of Slaughter
Valley of The Giants
Valley of Vision
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