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Fiery Serpent - Isaiah used the fear of snakes to warn complacent Philistines that God would raise up a more fearful enemy who could be compared only to a serpent (Saraph ) which flew or darted (Isaiah 14:29 NIV)
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Gesenius and FÃ¼rst give to the word Saraph the meanings 'to burn,' and 'to be exalted
Seraphim - Burning (from Saraph "to burn") zeal, dazzling brightness of appearance (2 Kings 2:11; 2 Kings 6:17; Ezekiel 1:13; Matthew 28:3) and serpent-like rapidity in God's service, always characterize the seraphim
Offerings, the - ' But where the carcase of the sin offering was burnt, the word used is Saraph, which signifies 'to burn up, consume