H6213

עשה

עשה
ishah

Verb · A primitive root

A primitive root; to do or make, in the broadest sense and widest application:—accomplish, advance, appoint, apt, be at, become, bear, bestow, bring forth, bruise, be busy, × certainly, have the charge of, commit, deal (with), deck, displease, do, (ready) dress(-ed), (put in) execute(-ion), exercise, fashion, feast, (fight-) ing man, finish, fit, fly, follow, fulfill, furnish, gather, get, go about, govern, grant, great, hinder, hold (a feast), × indeed, be industrious, journey, keep, labour, maintain, make, be meet, observe, be occupied, offer, officer, pare, bring (come) to pass, perform, pracise, prepare, procure, provide, put, requite, × sacrifice, serve, set, shew, × sin, spend, × surely, take, × thoroughly, trim, × very, vex, be (warr-) ior, work(-man), yield, use.

Outline

  1. to do, fashion, accomplish, make
    1. (Qal)
      1. to do, work, make, produce
        1. to do
        2. to work
        3. to deal (with)
        4. to act, act with effect, effect
      2. to make
        1. to make
        2. to produce
        3. to prepare
        4. to make (an offering)
        5. to attend to, put in order
        6. to observe, celebrate
        7. to acquire (property)
        8. to appoint, ordain, institute
        9. to bring about
        10. to use
        11. to spend, pass
    2. (Niphal)
      1. to be done
      2. to be made
      3. to be produced
      4. to be offered
      5. to be observed
      6. to be used
    3. (Pual) to be made
  2. (Piel) to press, squeeze

Usages (1/46)

Genesis 1:11

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The Most High designed the plants and animals with seed in themselves to keep producing. This solves the age-old conundrum, "What came first, the chicken or the egg?": The chicken with the egg inside. This verse also goes into proving that the sun is not the life force of the earth, as the grass, herbs and fruit trees were growing before the sun was made.

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Genesis 1:16

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The sun and the moon, both of which give out their own light (2 Esdras 6:45).

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Genesis 1:26

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This verse proves that God here is referring to more than one entity. The image is referring to order, i.e. the laws. let them have dominion Man was given power over all the animals. During the time of Adam and Noah, all animals feared man (Genesis 9:2). The animals will go back to being in fear in the Kingdom of Israel (Isaiah 11:8). Note Man had already been created at this point, but the angels were saying "let's make man different from the animals", "let's give them the laws and order".

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Genesis 2:2

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he, his should really be plural because God is plural (Genesis 1).

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Genesis 2:4

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This is the first occurrence of the LORD's name, Yahawah, in the Bible. generations is not talking about genealogies (angels do not have sex, Matthew 22:30), but the record of what the Yahawashi (Jesus) and the angels did (Hebrews 1:2, Colossians 1:16). The LORD God ultimately gets all of the credit, thus why it says here that he made the earth and the heavens (e.g. how King Solomon got the credit for building the House of God when it was is his servants).

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Genesis 3:1

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The serpent is Esau (before he was given that name), better known as the so-called white man (Revelation 20:1-2, Revelation 12:9, Psalms 58:3-4). any beast The heathen nations (Ecclesiastes 3:18, Psalms 49:20, Psalms 32:9).

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Genesis 3:7

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Knew that they were naked: They knew that they had sinned. The fig leaves and aprons are allegories for taking on other customs, i.e. the ways of the heathen that were round about Adam and Eve at that time.

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Genesis 3:21

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coats of skins Identity.

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Genesis 4:10

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blood Spirit. When Abel went into the spirit world, he begged the Most High for justice (Revelation 6:9-10).

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