Character Study on Josaphat

Character Study on Josaphat

Matthew 1: And Asa begat Josaphat; and Josaphat begat Joram; and Joram begat Ozias;

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1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Josaphat, Valley of
A place which the prophet Joel tells us is to be the scene of the Last Judgment (Joel 3). Identified by some with the Valley of the Cedron, a ravine situated between Jerusalem and the Mount of Olives, regarded as the valley of judgment, probably because since the time of the kings of Juda, it was the principal cemetery of Jerusalem.

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Josaphat Kuncevyc, Saint
Martyr, Archbishop of Polotsk, born Volodymyr, Lithuania, 1580; died Vitebsk, Russia, 1623. Of noble Ruthenian stock, he was educated in his native town. He entered the Basilian monastery of the Trinity at Vilna, was ordained priest, 1609, and subsequently became superior in several monasteries, Bishop of Vitebsk (1617), and Archbishop of Polotsk (1618). He prayed constantly for the extinction of the Eastern Schism; and labored zealously for the union between Rome and the Greco-Slavic Church in Russia and Poland, and the political rights of the Ruthenian clergy. He was martyred in 1623. Emblems: crown, chalice, winged deacon. Relics at Polotsk. Feast, Roman Calendar, November 14,.

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Kunceyyc, Josaphat, Saint
Martyr, Archbishop of Polotsk, born Volodymyr, Lithuania, 1580; died Vitebsk, Russia, 1623. Of noble Ruthenian stock, he was educated in his native town. He entered the Basilian monastery of the Trinity at Vilna, was ordained priest, 1609, and subsequently became superior in several monasteries, Bishop of Vitebsk (1617), and Archbishop of Polotsk (1618). He prayed constantly for the extinction of the Eastern Schism; and labored zealously for the union between Rome and the Greco-Slavic Church in Russia and Poland, and the political rights of the Ruthenian clergy. He was martyred in 1623. Emblems: crown, chalice, winged deacon. Relics at Polotsk. Feast, Roman Calendar, November 14,.

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Josaphat And Barlaam
Principal characters of a Christianized version of a legend of Buddha. Josaphat, son of a 4th-century king in India, who persecuted the Christians, was kept in seclusion to prevent his conversion, which had been foretold. Bar1aam, a hermit, succeeded in converting him. His father later became a Christian and surrendered his throne. After ruling for a while, Josaphat resigned the crown and joined Barlaam in the desert. The legend is widely diffused. Barlaam and Josaphat are mentioned in the Roman Martyrology, November 27,; in the Greek calendar, August 26,.

Holman Bible Dictionary - Josaphat
(jahss' uh fat) KJV spelling of Jehoshaphat (Matthew 1:8 ). See Jehoshaphat .

1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Barlaam And Josaphat
Principal characters of a Christianized version of a legend of Buddha. Josaphat, son of a 4th-century king in India, who persecuted the Christians, was kept in seclusion to prevent his conversion, which had been foretold. Bar1aam, a hermit, succeeded in converting him. His father later became a Christian and surrendered his throne. After ruling for a while, Josaphat resigned the crown and joined Barlaam in the desert. The legend is widely diffused. Barlaam and Josaphat are mentioned in the Roman Martyrology, November 27,; in the Greek calendar, August 26,.

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Josaphat
Same as Jehoshaphat
1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Valley of Josaphat
A place which the prophet Joel tells us is to be the scene of the Last Judgment (Joel 3). Identified by some with the Valley of the Cedron, a ravine situated between Jerusalem and the Mount of Olives, regarded as the valley of judgment, probably because since the time of the kings of Juda, it was the principal cemetery of Jerusalem.

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Josaphat
Another form of Jehoshaphat. Matthew 1:8 .

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Josaphat And Barlaam - Josaphat, son of a 4th-century king in India, who persecuted the Christians, was kept in seclusion to prevent his conversion, which had been foretold. After ruling for a while, Josaphat resigned the crown and joined Barlaam in the desert. Barlaam and Josaphat are mentioned in the Roman Martyrology, November 27,; in the Greek calendar, August 26,
Barlaam And Josaphat - Josaphat, son of a 4th-century king in India, who persecuted the Christians, was kept in seclusion to prevent his conversion, which had been foretold. After ruling for a while, Josaphat resigned the crown and joined Barlaam in the desert. Barlaam and Josaphat are mentioned in the Roman Martyrology, November 27,; in the Greek calendar, August 26,
o.s.b.m. - = Order of Saint Basil the Great; Basilian Order of Saint Josaphat ...
Kingdom of Juda - List of kings: Roboam, Abiam, Asa, Josaphat, Joram, Ochozias, Athalia, Joas, Amasias, Azarias, Joatham, Achaz, Ezechias, Manasses, Amon, Josias, Joachaz, Joakim, Joachin, Sedecias
Juda, Kingdom of - List of kings: Roboam, Abiam, Asa, Josaphat, Joram, Ochozias, Athalia, Joas, Amasias, Azarias, Joatham, Achaz, Ezechias, Manasses, Amon, Josias, Joachaz, Joakim, Joachin, Sedecias
Engaddi - In the desert of Engaddi David hid when sought by Saul (I Kings, 24) and it was the scene of the slaughter of the hordes of Ammon, Moab, and Edom, who had invaded the Kingdom of Judea in the reign of Josaphat (II Par
Asa - After his death, apparently from natural causes, he was succeeded by his son Jehoshaphat or Josaphat (KJV)
Scribes - In 2 Kings 8, the scribe Josaphat was official recorder or secretary pf David, and thus passim in the historical books
Basilians - Recently the monasteries established by Greek monks in these countries have been united into congregations: ... the Melchite Congregation of Saint Saviour, dating from 1715, has 10 monasteries, 170 priests, 15 brothers, and 30 sisters; ... the Ruthenian Congregation of Saint Saviour, united to the Church in 1595 and reorganized by Saint Josaphat, has 21 monasteries, 360 religious of whom 113 are priests, and 117 lay brothers; ... the Congregation of Aleppo, separated in 1829 from the Congregation of Chueir, has 7 monasteries, 47 priests, 18 brothers, and 26 sisters; ... the Baladite Congregation has 4 monasteries and 3 hospices
Joel - It opens with a magnificent description of the dreadful havoc wrought by a plague of locusts (1:1 to 2:11), then invites all to repent and implore God's mercy (2:12-17), whereupon the Lord promises fertility and victory (2:18-27); and for a later period, He adds the prospect of the abundant pouring out of the spirit of God on His people, while judgment will be visited upon the hostile nations in the Valley of Josaphat (2:28 to 3:21)
Jehoshaphat - He is called Josaphat in Matthew 1:8