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Agony: Contest; wrestling; severe struggling with pain and suffering. Anguish
is the reflection on evil that is already past, while agony is a
struggle with evil at the time present. It is only used in the New
(Luke 22:44) to describe our Lord's fearful struggle in
Gethsemane. The verb from which the noun "agony" is derived is used
to denote an earnest endeavour or striving, as "Strive [agonize] to
(Luke 13:24) "Then would my servants fight" [agonize]
(John 18:36) Comp.
(1 Corinthians 9:25; Colossians 1:29; 4:12; 1 Timothy 6:12; 2 Timothy 4:7)
where the words "striveth," "labour," "conflict," "fight," are the
renderings of the same Greek verb.