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Slaughter, Of The Innocents | Slaughter, Valley Of | Slave | Slave Drivers | Slaying | Sleep | Sleep, Deep | Sleeplessness | Sleeves | Sleight | Slime


Sleep [NAVE]

From God, Psa. 127:2.
Of the sluggard, Prov. 6:9, 10.
Of Jesus, Matt. 8:24; Mark 4:38; Luke 8:23.
A symbol of death, Job 14:12; Matt. 9:24; Mark 5:39; Luke 8:52; John 11:11, 12; 1 Thess. 4:14.
See: Death.


SLEEP - slep: Represents many words in Hebrew and Greek. For the noun the most common are shenah, and hupnos; for the verb, yashen, shakhabh, and katheudo. The figurative uses for death (Dt 31:16, etc.) and sluggishness (Eph 5:14, etc.) are very obvious.


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