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Easton's Bible Dictionary Aaronites Abaddon Abagtha Abana Abarim Abba Abda Abdeel Abdi Abdiel Abdon Abednego Abel Abel-beth-maachah Abel-cheramim Abel-meholah Abel-mizraim Abel-shittim Abez Abia Abi-albon Abiasaph Abiathar Abib Abida Abidan Abieezer Abiel Abiezrite Abigail Abihail Abihu Abihud Abijah, Abiah, Abia Abijam Abilene Abimael Abimelech Abinadab Abinoam Abiram Abishag Abishai Abishua Abishur Abital Abitub Aaron Abjects Ablution Too many to list. Torrey's Topical Textbook Access to God Adoption Affections Afflicted, Duty toward the Afflicted Saints Affliction, Consolation under Affliction, Prayer Under Afflictions Afflictions Made Beneficial Afflictions of the Wicked Agriculture or Husbandry Alliance and Society with the Enemies of God Altars Altar of Burnt-offering Altar of Incense Amalekites Ambition Ammonites Amorites Amusements and Pleasures, Worldly Anakim Angels Anger Anger of God Anointing Anointing of the Holy Spirit Anointing, Sacred Antichrist Apostates Apostles Ark of the Covenant Armies Armies of Israel Arms, Military Arrows Arts of the Ascension of Christ Asher Asp, or Adder Ass, The Domestic Ass, The Wild Assurance Assyria Atonement Day of Atonement Atonement, Under the Law Babylon Backsliding Baptism Baptism with the Holy Spirit Too many to list. Nave's Topical Bible Aaron Abaddon Abagtha Abana Abarim Abba Abda Abdeel Abdi Abdiel Abdon Abed-nego Abel Abel-beth-maachah Abel-meholah Abel-mizraim Abel-shittim Abetting Abez Abi Abia Abiah Abi-albon Abiasaph Abiathar Abib Abida Abidah Abiel Abiezer Abigail Abihail Abihu Abihud Abijah Abijam Abilene Abimael Abimelech Abinadab Abinoam Abiram Abishag Abishai Abishalom Abishua Abishur Abital Abitub Abiud Too many to list.
A: Alpha, the first letter of the Greek alphabet, as Omega is the last.
These letters occur in the text of
( Revelation 1:8,11; 21:6; 22:13) and are
represented by "Alpha" and "Omega" respectively (omitted in R.V.,
1:11) They mean "the first and last." Comp.
( Hebrews 12:2; Isaiah 41:4; 44:6; Revelation 1:11,17; 2:8) In the symbols of the early Christian Church these
two letters are frequently combined with the cross or with Christ's
monogram to denote his divinity.
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