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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Manifest; Manifestation

Dictionaries :: Manifest; Manifestation

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International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Manifest; Manifestation:

man'-i-fest, man-i-fes-ta'-shun (phaneroo, phaneros): "To manifest" is generally the translation of phaneroo, "to make apparent" (Mr 4:22; Joh 17:6; Ro 3:21; 1Ti 3:16, "God was manifest in the flesh," the Revised Version (British and American) "manifested"; 1 Joh 1:2 twice, etc.); also of phaneros, "manifest" (Ac 4:16; Ro 1:19; 1Co 3:13; 1Joh 3:10, etc.); "to make manifest" (phaneroo) (Joh 1:31; Ro 16:26); of emphanizo, "to make fully manifest" (Joh 14:21 f); of emphanes, "fully manifest" (Ro 10:20); of delos, "evident," translated "manifest" (1Co 15:27, the Revised Version (British and American) "evident"); of ekdelos, "very evident" (2Ti 3:9, the Revised Version (British and American) "evident"); of prodelos, "evident beforehand" (1Ti 5:25, the Revised Version (British and American) "evident"); of aphanes, is "not manifest" (Heb 4:13, "There is no creature that is not manifest in his sight"); "manifest," occurs once in the Old Testament as the translation of barar, "to clear," "to purify" (Ec 3:18, the Revised Version (British and American) "prove"); of phaneros (2 Macc 3:28, the Revised Version (British and American) "manifestly").

Manifestation is the translation of apokalupsis, "uncovering" (Ro 8:19, "the manifestation of the sons of God," the Revised Version (British and American) "revealing"); of phanerosis, "manifestation" (1Co 12:7; 2Co 4:2).

The Revised Version (British and American) has "manifest" for "shew" (Joh 7:4); "was manifested" for "appeared" (Mr 16:12,14); "was manifested to the," for "shewed himself to his" (Joh 21:14); "be made manifest" for "appear" (2Co 5:10; 7:12; Re 3:18); "became manifest" for "was made known" (Ac 7:13); "gave him to be made manifest" for "shewed him openly" (Ac 10:40); "He who was manifested" for "God was manifest" (1Ti 3:16) (margin "The word "God," in place of "He who," rests on no sufficient ancient evidence. Some ancient authorities read which"); "is not yet made manifest" for "doth not yet appear" (1 Joh 3:2); "by the manifestation" for "with the brightness" (2Th 2:8) "be manifested" for "appear" (Col 3:4 twice; 1Pe 5:4); "if he shall be manifested" for "when he shall appear" (1Joh 2:28; 3:2), etc.

Written by W. L. Walker

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