Onesiphorus


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Onesiphorus

(ŏn'ēsĭf`ərəs), in the New Testament, man whom Paul praised highly for hospitality and kindness.
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Although ' Onesiphorus West 1', as Total have named their target, is in industry speak a wildcat well, this time round the odds for success are significantly higher than previously.
Paul was in prison and when everyone else had abandoned him, Onesiphorus visited him often.
The man who pioneered such changes in Gloucestershire was the delightfully named Sir George Onesiphorus Paul, who, in the 1780s, set out a blueprint for penal reform in the county.
15, the late Onesiphorus (literally "prophet-bringer" ["Onesiphorus," Zondervan Pictorial Encyclopedia 537]), who extended hospitality and kindness to him and whose piety benefitted his own family ("Onesiphorus," Interpreter's Dictionary).
Until I was invited to consider the problems facing Onesiphorus before he found Paul in Rome (2 Tim.
He once praised a fellow Christian named Onesiphorus "because he often refreshed me and was not ashamed of my chains.
In any case, her reputation with Onesiphorus Hoard and his company as a whore (V.
In Middleton's A Ttick to Catch the Old One (1605), Onesiphorus Hoard praises his niece, |The voice between her lips, and the viol between her legs, she'll be fit for a consort very speedily' (I.