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Bochim, or, The weepers

a sermon preached on the 27th November, being the day of humiliation on account of the Indian mutiny

by James Gibson

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Published by Maclear in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesWeepers
Statementby James Gibson
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 43324, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 43324
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche (16 fr.).
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24605165M
ISBN 100665433247

* Bochim: Hebrew for “weepers.” * [–19] This long thematic passage establishes the cyclical pattern for the stories found in the rest of the book. When the Israelites are secure, they forsake the Lord and worship other gods. בֹּכִים (“weepers”), [Bochim], pr.n. of a place near Gilgal; Judges , Judges These files are public domain and are a derivative of an electronic edition that is available

Weepers by Nick Chiarkas Gritty, captivating and throat grabbing might describe this book. Chiarkas shows the time period, in which I grew up, as a place as far removed from a /5(22). # Bochim: that is, Weepers 6 And when Joshua had let the people go, the children of Israel went every man unto his inheritance to possess the land. 7 And the people served the Lord all the days of Joshua, and all the days of the elders that outlived Joshua, who had seen all the great works of the Lord, that he did for Israel. # outlived: Heb.

(the weepers) a place on the west of Jordan, above Gilgal; so named from the weeping of Israel. (Judges Judges ) 30665 indicates this entry was also found in Nave's Topical Bible. Bochim: weepers, a place where the angel of the Lord reproved the Israelites for entering into a league with the people of the land. This caused them bitterly to weep, and hence the name of the place (Jdg ,5). It lay probably at the head of one of the valleys between Gilgal and Shiloh.


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Weepers, a place where the angel of the Lord reproved the Israelites for entering into a league with the people of the land. This caused them bitterly to weep, and hence the name of the place (Judges5).It lay probably at the head of one of the valleys between Gilgal and Shiloh. Bochim; or, The Weepers “And it came to pass, when the angel of the Lord spake these words unto all the children of Israel, that the people lifted up their voice, and wept.

And they called the name of that place Bochim: and they sacrificed there unto the Lord.”— Judges ii. 4, 5. This is the pastor bringing the early morning message entitled The Weepers of Bochim.

In the Bible, you can easily follow the message if you will turn to chapter 2 of the Book of Judges; chapter 2 of the Book of Judges, and the passage is the first five verses: And the Angel of the Lord came up from Gilgal to Bochim, and said, I made you to go.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Bochim, or, The weepers Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This : This signifies “weepers:” it was the place near Gilgal where an angel of the Lord charged the Israelites with having disobeyed God in making leagues with the inhabitants of the land, and in not throwing down their altars; and told them the results.

The people wept and sacrificed to the Lord (Judg. 1 And an angel of the Lord came up from Gilgal to Bochim, and said, I made you to go up. Bochim. weepers, a place where the angel of the Lord reproved the Israelites for entering into a league with the people of the land.

This caused them bitterly to weep, and hence the name of the place (Judges Judges ).It lay probably at the head of one of the valleys between Gilgal and Shiloh.

Biblical usage. Bochim appears in only one section of Judges (in verses 1 and 5 of chapter 2). In the narrative, it is the place at which the Israelites are rebuked by the angel of the Lord for making a covenant with the Canaanites, rather than taking possession of their land as they had been name, "the place of weepers", refers to the Israelite response to this rebuke - they.

"Bochim -- Or The Weepers" - Sermon No. - Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit Delivered on Thursday Evening, Augby C. Spurgeon And it came to pass, when the Angel of the Lord spoke these words unto all the children of Israel, that the people lifted up their voice, and wept.

BOCHIM. bo'-kim (ha-bokhim): A place on the mountain West of Gilgal said to have been so named (literally "the weepers") because Israel wept there at the remonstrance of the angel (Judges5). No name resembling this has been discovered. Given on the occasion mentioned, it may not have endured.

Many, following Septuagint, identify it with. Bochim. Plural active participle of bakah; (with the article) the weepers; Bo-kim, a place in Palestine -- Bochim. see HEBREW bakah. Forms and Transliterations.

בֹּכִ֑ים בכים הַבֹּכִ֑ים הבכים bōḵîm boChim bōḵîm habbōḵîm habboChim habbōḵîm. They were all turned into weepers, and they called the name of that place Bochim, or the place of weepers.

You would think, “Surely this is full of promise,-every eye is filled with tears as they stand before God.” Alas. that such drops did not precede a shower of. So they named that place Bochim (weepers); and there they offered sacrifices to the Lord.

Job Job Tools. My harp also is turned to mourning, and my pipe into the voice of weepers. DARBY. Search Results by Book.

All Books. Old Testament (2) Judges (1). Bochim; or, The Weepers “And it came to pass, when the angel of the Lord spake these words unto all the children of Israel, that the people lifted up their voice, and wept.

And they called the name of that place Bochim: and they sacrificed there unto the Lord.”— Judges ii. 4, 5. LET me give an. They were all turned into weepers, and they called the name of that place Bochim, or the place of weepers.

You would think, “Surely this is full of promise, — every eye is filled with tears as they stand before God.” Alas. that such drops did not precede a shower of grace, but passed away as the morning cloud. Synonyms: בֹּכִים Bochim (Wikipedia)Bochim (also spelled Bokim) is a place mentioned in the biblical Book of Judges, situated west of the River Jordan.

Its name means 'weepers'.«Back to Glossary Index. Bochim: weepers, a place where the angel of the Lord reproved the Israelites for entering into a league with the people of the land. This caused them bitterly to weep, and hence the name of the place (Judges ,5).It lay probably at the head of one of the valleys between Gilgal and Shiloh.

Bochim, or, The weepers [microform]: a sermon preached on the 27th November, being the day of humiliation on account of the Indian mutiny Item Preview. Entry for Bochim in Smith’s Bible Dictionary. “Bochim ” means the weepers. Bochim: a place on the west of Jordan, above Gilgal; so named from the weeping of Israel.

(Judges ,6). AMSTERDAMSE CAHIERS VOOR EXEGESE VAN DE BIJBEL EN ZIJN TRADITIES Editing committee: J.W. DYK P.J. VAN MIDDEN K. SPRONK G.J. VENEMA R. ZUURMOND SUPPLEMENT SERIES 2 Unless some one guide me Festschrift for Karel A. Deurloo. BOCHIM (Boʹchim) [Weepers].

A site at which Jehovah’s angel addressed the Israelites, reproving them for having disregarded Jehovah’s warning against entering into relations with the pagan inhabitants of the land.

The weeping that thereafter resulted among the people gave the place its name. Bochim ("the weepers".) A place W. of Jordan, above Gilgal (Judges ; Judges ). "The (Hebrew) angel of the Lord (the Second Person in the Trinity, "the Lord," Exodus ) came up from Gilgal to Bochim, and said, I made you go up out of Egypt," etc.

He .Usage: Bochim. Literally: weeping. Definition: Bo-kim, a place in Palestine. Detailed definition: A place near Gilgal (or Bethel), where sons of Israel wept. Derived terms: Plural active participle of H; (with the article) the weepers.

Pronunciation: Biblical International Phonetic Alphabet: boˈkɪi̯m; Modern International Phonetic.Bochim: Hebrew for “weepers.” –19 This long thematic passage establishes the cyclical pattern for the stories found in the rest of the book. When the Israelites are secure, they forsake the Lord and worship other gods.

In punishment the Lord places them in the power of a foreign oppressor. But when they cry out in distress, the.