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Dictionaries :: Exalt, Exalted

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Verb Strong's Number: g5312 Greek: hupsoo

Exalt, Exalted:

"to lift up" (akin to hupsos, "height"), is used

(a) literally of the "lifting" up of Christ in His crucifixion, Jhn 3:14; 8:28; 12:32, 34; illustratively, of the serpent of brass, Jhn 3:14;

(b) figuratively, of spiritual privileges bestowed on a city, Mat 11:23; Luk 10:15; of "raising" to dignity and happiness, Luk 1:52; Act 13:17; of haughty self-exaltation, and, contrastingly, of being "raised" to honor, as a result of self-humbling, Mat 23:12; Luk 14:11; 18:14; of spiritual "uplifting" and revival, Jam 4:10; 1Pe 5:6; of bringing into the blessings of salvation through the Gospel, 2Cr 11:7;

(c) with a combination of the literal and metaphorical, of the "exaltation" of Christ by God the Father, Act 2:33; 5:31.

A-2 Verb Strong's Number: g5251 Greek: huperupsoo

Exalt, Exalted:

"to exalt highly" (huper, "over," and No. 1), is used of Christ, as in No. 1, (c), in Phl 2:9.

A-3 Verb Strong's Number: g1869 Greek: epairo

Exalt, Exalted:

"to lift up" (epi, "up," airo, "to raise"), is said

(a) literally, of a sail, Act 27:40; hands, Luk 24:50; 1Ti 2:8; heads, Luk 21:28; eyes, Mat 17:8, etc.;

(b) metaphorically, of "exalting" oneself, being "lifted up" with pride, 2Cr 10:5; 11:20.

A-4 Verb Strong's Number: g5229 Greek: huperairo

Exalt, Exalted:

"to raise over" (huper, "above," and airo, see No. 3), is used in the Middle Voice, of "exalting" oneself exceedingly, 2Cr 12:7; 2Th 2:4.

B-1 Adjective Strong's Number: g5308 Greek: hupselos

Exalt, Exalted:

"high, lofty," is used metaphorically in Luk 16:15, as a noun with the article, RV, "that which is exalted," AV, "that which is highly esteemed."

Note: For Jam 1:9, RV, "in his high estate," see ESTATE, No. 3.


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