The Bible Pages, key-word index, section Elias to Esau

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Section Elias to Esau
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Elias, Elijah

Embitterment – Paul to the Jewish saints, “do not harden your hearts, as in the embitterment, in the day of testing in the desert” (Hebrews 3:7). → rxa103.htm – (raa123.htm)

End time

Eng-RV (A bible-translation.) → rsa092.htm

England – Some writers have claimed that the Anglo-Saxon people in England are Israelites, “the tribe of Ephraim”. Is that true? → rya092.htmrya012.htm

Entering a rest – On what the apostle Paul meant and referred to when he wrote about “entering a rest”, Hebrews 3 and 4. → rxa103.htm

Ephesians, Ephesus


Ephratah, Ephrath, Ephrathite – Look under the heading “Bethlehem”.

Epicurean (Acts 17:18)



Equal, equality

Equinox – Were the equinoxes a factor in connection with the timing of the ancient Israelites’ annual high days, as some say? → rxa082.htm

Eras (“church eras”)


Esau, the son of Isaac and Rebecca, twin brother of Jacob

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