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Nazarite, or, the letter and spirit of the Bible, on the use of wine

George P. Oakes

Nazarite, or, the letter and spirit of the Bible, on the use of wine

by George P. Oakes

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Published by Whipple & Damrell in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Temperance.

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    Other titlesNazarite, Letter and spirit of the Bible, on the use of wine
    Statementby an abstinence man.
    ContributionsYA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsYA 24063
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p. ;
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL621908M
    LC Control Number96220922

    The Nazirite Vow 6  And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, 2  “Speak to the people of Israel and say to them, When either a man or a woman makes a special vow, the vow of a Nazirite, [ a ] to separate himself to the Lord, 3  he shall separate himself from wine and strong drink. Nazarite Laws. — Biblical Data: Three restrictions are imposed upon the Nazarite, according to Numbers 6: he may not take wine, or anything made from grapes he may not cut the hair of his head he may not touch the dead, not even the body of his father or a Nazarite has become unclean by accident, he must offer a sacrifice and begin the period of his vow anew.

    But Israel so despised God's favors to tempt the Nazarite to break the vow; "ye gave the Nazarite wine to drink." Though not cut off from the social world, the Nazarite would feel in spirit reminded by his peculiar dedication, which was a virtual protest against the self indulgence and self seeking of the world, that he was not of the world. NAZARITE [SMITH] more properly Naz?irite (one separated), one of either sex who was bound by a vow of a peculiar kind to be set apart from others for the service of obligation was either for life or for a defined time. There is no notice in the Pentateuch of Nazarites for life; but the regulations for the vow of a Nazarite of days are given.

    The Nazarite was marked on the one hand by a special energy of the Spirit of God, but on the other by rigid separation from the natural sources of excitement, the proprieties and the moral corruption which were connected with the life of the people. Although there is no mention of any Nazarite before Samson," yet it is evident that they existed before the time of Moses. "The vow of a Nazarite involved these three things, (1)" "abstinence from wine and strong drink, (2) refraining from" cutting the hair off the head during the whole period of the "continuance of the vow, and (3) the.


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The Nazarite, Or The Letter And Spirit Of The Bible On The Use Of Wine - Primary Source Edition. And the Nazarite shall shave the head of his separation at the door of the tabernacle of the congregation, and shall take the hair of the head of his separation, and put it in the fire which is under the sacrifice of the peace offerings.

KJV, DARBY, YLT, WBS, KJ, MKJV, ACV. Verse Concepts. Nazarite, or The letter and spirit of the Bible on the use of wine. Boston, Whipple and Damrell, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: J U Parsons; J U P.

Samuel was a Nazarite; He was dedicated to the letter and spirit of the Bible Lord by his mother (From 1Samuel 1) and had on the use of wine book live an ascetic life, which included not drinking wine or cutting his hair.

Being a Nazarite could be for a period of time or for a person's entire life. Samson was also a Nazarite. – John This is why when Samson’s hair was cut, the Holy Spirit departed from him, thus being captured and tortured by his enemies.

Do Not Go Near A Corpse. For a person who made a special vow as a Nazarite to touch a corpse is spiritually being part of the realm of the dead. ATS Bible Dictionary.

Nazarite. Under the ancient Hebrew law, a man or woman engaged by a vow to abstain from wine and all intoxicating liquors, and from the fruit of the vine in any form; to let the hair grow; not to enter any house polluted by having a dead body in it, nor to be present at any funeral.

There is no notice in the Pentateuch of Nazarites for life; but the regulations for the vow of a Nazarite of days are given (Numbers ). The Nazarite, during‐the term of has consecration, was bound to abstain from wine grapes, with every production of the vine and from every kind of intoxicating drink.

Dictionaries - Smith's Bible Dictionary - Nazarite. Nazarite, 15092 [E] [H] more properly Nazirite (one separated), one of either sex who was bound by a vow of a peculiar kind to be set apart from others for the service of God. The obligation was either for life or for a defined time.

The Hidden Spiritual Meaning of the Nazarite Vow and How Samson Might Have Avoided His Untimely Death Date: 19/07/ Author: 3 Comments The bible encourages us to meditate on God’s word day and night (Psalm ), and I think it is not without reason that we are instructed to do this.

Consider the three restrictions placed on the Nazarite. As a whole, they illustrate the cost of discipleship for the believer today. Sacrifice. First, the Nazarite could drink no wine or grape juice or eat anything that came from the vine.

Wine and grape juice have a wide and varied use. The Nazarite vow was a commitment to devote oneself to God for a specified period, seeking a closer relationship and devoting one to service.

It was the vow Paul had taken descrived in Acts “And Paul after this tarried there yet a good while, and then took his leave of the brethren, and sailed thence into Syria, and with him Priscilla.

The Nazarite Vow (From my journal and June 3, ) Nazarite Vow Requirements (Numbers 6): Drink no wine or eat or drink anything from the vine. Eat no grapes or raisins (or grape leaves, either) Drink no strong drink.

No vinegar at all. Samson’s mother could not eat any unclean thing. Let hair and beard grow. Don’t go near a File Size: KB. He is never to take wine or other fermented drink, and he will be filled with the Holy Spirit even before he is born. 16 He will bring back many of the people of Israel to the Lord their God.

17 And he will go on before the Lord, in the spirit and power of Elijah, to turn the hearts of the parents to their children and the disobedient to the. NAZIRITE, NAZARITE (KJV), năz’ ə rīt, năz’a rīt (נָזִ֔יר, withheld).A member of a Heb. religious class, specially dedicated to God.

Definition. authorization for Nazirites appears in Numbers and was divinely revealed, through Moses, shortly before Israel’s departure from Mt. Sinai in May, b.c. (Num ; cf. Exod ). Nazarite, 15092 [E] [H] more properly Nazirite (one separated), one of either sex who was bound by a vow of a peculiar kind to be set apart from others for the service of God.

The obligation was either for life or for a defined time. At his crucifixion he completed his mission by tasting wine and dismissing his spirit into the Fathers hands (Jn) There is nowhere that grape juice or wine is forbidden unless one takes a Nazarite vow.

But we are cautioned about drinking in excess. So Jesus did drink grape juice and wine as he lived his life among the people.

The Doctrine of the Nazirite 1. The first thing that we need to look at is the word itself. Nazirite (or, Nazarite1) is a transliteration.

The Hebrew word is nâzîyr (øéæðÈò) [pronounced naw-ZEER] and we have seen this word thrice previously in Scripture: Gen. Lev.File Size: 64KB.

There is no connection whatsoever between NAZARENE and the biblical vow of a NAZIR. They are spelled differently and have entirely different meanings. These words only appear to have the same letters in English, but not in Hebrew. NOTZRI is not th. N How practically every English Bible MISTRANSLATES verse in the Book of Numbers!!.

N How Hebrew As A Root-Language Is Similar To Chinese And Japanese N The Number One Reason Why John The Baptist Could Not Have Been A Nazarite. A Nazarite is a person who takes the vow explained in Numbers 6.

Therefore this is not proof that Jesus had long hair. From the Dead (Numbers [6] All the days that he separateth himself unto the LORD he shall come at no dead body.

JEREMIAH 35 Verses in the Bible 1 The word which came unto Jeremiah from the Lord in the days of Jehoiakim the son of Josiah king of Judah, saying, Jeremiah Meaning 2 Go unto the house of the Rechabites, and speak unto them, and bring them into the house of the Lord, into one of the chambers, and give them wine to drink.In the Nazarite vow, the Nazarite is called to forebear the fruit of the land.

Notice what it says, beginning in verse 3: “ He shall abstain from wine and strong drink; he shall drink no vinegar, whether made from wine or strong drink; nor shall he drink any grape juice, nor eat fresh or dried : Dr.

Ligon Duncan.John the Baptist was a Nazarite or Nazirite from birth. The angel Gabriel said to Zacharias his father, “For he will be great in the sight of the Lord, and shall drink neither wine nor strong drink. He will also be filled with the Holy Spirit, even from his mother’s womb” (Luke ).