the lion of God.
altar; light or lion of God
(lion of God ).
a'-ri-el ('ariy'el or 'ari'el, "lioness of God"):
But the word occurs in Ezekiel 43:15,16, and is there translated in the Revised Version (British and American) "\ALTAR HEARTH\."
(1) According to the Revised Version (British and American) a man of Moab whose two sons were slain by David's warrior Benaiah the son of Jehoiada (2 Samuel 23:20; 1 Chronicles 11:22). Here the King James Version translates "two lionlike men of Moab."
(2) A name applied to Jerusalem (Isaiah 29:1,2,7). The many explanations of the name are interesting, but mainly conjectural.
(3) One of the members of the delegation sent by Ezra to the place Casiphia, to secure temple ministers for his expedition to Jerusalem (Ezra 8:16).
Willis J. Beecher
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