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Overseer

Overseer [NAVE]

OVERSEER.
Matt. 24:48, 49.
See: Bishop; Minister.

OVERSEER [ISBE]

OVERSEER - o-ver-se'-er, or -ser': One who overlooks, inspects; in the Old Testament from natsach (2 Ch 2:18; in 2 Ch 34:13 the Revised Version (British and American) changes to "set forward"), and paqadh (Gen 39:4,5; 2 Ch 34:12,17; the Revised Version (British and American) has this word for the King James Version "officers" in Gen 41:34, and for "rulers" in 1 Ch 26:32); in the New Testament once for episkopos, in Acts 20:28, where the Revised Version (British and American) has "bishops" (margin "overseers"; compare 1 Pet 5:2).

See BISHOP.


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