Mahanaim


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Mahanaim

(mā'hənā`ĭm), in the Bible, unidentified city E of the Jordan River near the Jabbok. There Jacob met angels; there, also, David took refuge from Absalom.
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Not that more glorious, when the Angels met JACOB in MAHANAIM, where he saw The field Pavilion'd with his Guardians bright; Nor that which on the flaming Mount appeerd In DOTHAN, cover'd with a Camp of Fire, Against the SYRIAN King, who to surprize One man, Assassin-like had levied Warr, Warr unproclam'd.
The text attests to their impact upon Jacob by reporting that he commemorates three of them by name: Beit El, Mahanaim, and Peniel (Gen.
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His publications include Elemental: New and Selected Poems (Peepal Tree Press) and Sighting and Other Poems of Faith (Mahanaim).
Mi corazon por Betel y Peniel mucho gime, y por Mahanaim y por todos tus puros lugares.
The Jakarta Post recently reported that city governor Sutiyoso informed reporters late last week following a meeting with officials from PT Mahanaim Group that the city administration intends to fuel buses operating on the next corridor of its "busway project" with compressed natural gas (CNG) in an effort to improve local air quality.
He cursed me with a sickening curse when I went to Mahanaim. When he came down to greet me at the Jordan, I swore to him by Yahweh, "I will not kill you with the sword." 9.
Some other names are also mentioned (Genesis 32:3: Mahanaim; 32:31: Peniel).
Soon after Saul and Jonathan died in battle against the Philistines, Abner son of Ner, Saul's army commander, had taken Ish-bosheth son of Saul and brought him across to Mahanaim and made him king over Gilead, the Ashurites, Jezreel, Ephraim, and Benjamin [and] over all Israel (II Sam.
Iglesia de Cristo Mahanaim - A "Night of Healing and Miracles" with prophet Adrian Amado will be presented today at 6 p.m.
And Jacob said when he saw them: 'This is God's camp.' And he called the name of that place Mahanaim (32:2, 3).