Places Study on High Mountain

Places Study on High Mountain

Deuteronomy 12: Ye shall utterly destroy all the places, wherein the nations which ye shall possess served their gods, upon the high mountains, and upon the hills, and under every green tree:
Isaiah 2: And upon all the high mountains, and upon all the hills that are lifted up,
Isaiah 13: Lift ye up a banner upon the high mountain, exalt the voice unto them, shake the hand, that they may go into the gates of the nobles.
Isaiah 30: And there shall be upon every high mountain, and upon every high hill, rivers and streams of waters in the day of the great slaughter, when the towers fall.
Isaiah 40: O Zion, that bringest good tidings, get thee up into the high mountain; O Jerusalem, that bringest good tidings, lift up thy voice with strength; lift it up, be not afraid; say unto the cities of Judah, Behold your God!
Isaiah 57: Upon a lofty and high mountain hast thou set thy bed: even thither wentest thou up to offer sacrifice.
Jeremiah 3: The LORD said also unto me in the days of Josiah the king, Hast thou seen that which backsliding Israel hath done? she is gone up upon every high mountain and under every green tree, and there hath played the harlot.
Ezekiel 17: Thus saith the Lord GOD; I will also take of the highest branch of the high cedar, and will set it; I will crop off from the top of his young twigs a tender one, and will plant it upon an high mountain and eminent:
Ezekiel 34: I will feed them in a good pasture, and upon the high mountains of Israel shall their fold be: there shall they lie in a good fold, and in a fat pasture shall they feed upon the mountains of Israel.
Ezekiel 40: In the visions of God brought he me into the land of Israel, and set me upon a very high mountain, by which was as the frame of a city on the south.
Matthew 4: Again, the devil taketh him up into an exceeding high mountain, and sheweth him all the kingdoms of the world, and the glory of them;
Matthew 17: And after six days Jesus taketh Peter, James, and John his brother, and bringeth them up into an high mountain apart,
Mark 9: And after six days Jesus taketh with him Peter, and James, and John, and leadeth them up into an high mountain apart by themselves: and he was transfigured before them.
Luke 4: And the devil, taking him up into an high mountain, shewed unto him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time.
Revelation 21: And he carried me away in the spirit to a great and high mountain, and shewed me that great city, the holy Jerusalem, descending out of heaven from God,

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Acroceraunian - ) Of or pertaining to the High Mountain range of "thunder-smitten" peaks (now Kimara), between Epirus and Macedonia
Alp - ) A very High Mountain
Ibex - A species of wild goat with large curved horns, native to High Mountain areas
Hierapolis - It stood on a high bluff, with a High Mountain behind it
Transfiguration - This refers to the mysterious change that occurred to Jesus on the mount: "Six days later, Jesus took with him Peter and James and his brother John and led them up a High Mountain, by themselves
Judaea Wilderness of - The traditional scene of the temptation of Christ is in this district, on a High Mountain behind Jericho, very desolate, and now infested with beasts and reptiles
Hermon - It is not mentioned by name in the Gospels, but is generally believed to be the ‘High Mountain’ of Matthew 17:1, Mark 9:2, and the ‘mountain’ of Luke 9:28 where the Transfiguration took place. That Hermon, rather than Tabor (on which there was then a fortified city), is the ‘High Mountain’ referred to, seems clear from the fact that the conversation (Matthew 16:21-28) which preceded the Transfiguration by six days was closely connected with Peter’s confession; and this occurred at Caesarea Philippi (Matthew 16:13-18), which stood just at the base of Hermon by the springs of Jordan
Transfiguration, the - Of our Lord on a "High Mountain apart," is described by each of the three evangelists (Matthew 17:1-8 ; Mark 9:2-8 ; Luke 9:28-36 )
Nose - And not only the discoveries, by the smell of his garments, of righteousness, like the myrrh, and aloes, and cassia, but the looking towards Damascus, implying the extent of that longing for Christ which, like the tower, or an High Mountain, may be seen from afar off; so the church is always on the look-out for Jesus, when coming over the mountains of spices and hills of frankincense
Hermon - " Our Lord and his disciples climbed this "High Mountain apart" one day, and remained on its summit all night, "weary after their long and toilsome ascent
Transfiguration - Jesus’ transfiguration took place on a High Mountain, possibly Mt Hermon, not far from Caesarea Philippi in northern Palestine (Matthew 16:13; Matthew 17:1)
Transfiguration, the - Our Lord, before His last journey to Jerusalem, took the three chiefApostles with Him into a High Mountain and then as He prayed, Hewas transfigured before them
High - ) Elevated above any starting point of measurement, as a line, or surface; having altitude; lifted up; raised or extended in the direction of the zenith; lofty; tall; as, a High Mountain, tower, tree; the sun is high
Temptation of Jesus - ”... Matthew's third setting for Jesus' temptation was a High Mountain from which worldly kingdoms could be seen. ... In Luke the second setting of the temptation is the High Mountain, and the third is the Temple
Transfiguration - The place of this event is "a High Mountain" (Matthew 17:1 ; Mark 9:2 )
Mountain - The geography of Palestine featured High Mountains and deep rifts. One of the temptations took place on “an exceeding High Mountain” (Matthew 4:8 )
ta'Bor - Tabor, therefore, could not have been the Mount of Transfiguration [see HERMON ]; for when it is said that Jesus took his disciples "up into a High Mountain apart, and was transfigured before them (Matthew 17:1,2 ) we must understand that he brought them to the summit of the mountain, where they were alone by themselves
Transfiguration of Christ - The substance of what we learn from their accounts is, that upon a certain occasion Jesus took Peter, James, and John, into a High Mountain apart from all other society, and that he was there transfigured before them; his face shining as the sun, and his raiment white as the light; that moreover there appeared unto them Moses and Elias, conversing with him; and that while they spake together on the subject of his death, which was soon afterward to take place at Jerusalem, a bright cloud overshadowed them, and a voice out of the cloud proclaimed, "This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased
ta'Bor - Tabor, therefore, could not have been the Mount of Transfiguration [see HERMON ]; for when it is said that Jesus took his disciples "up into a High Mountain apart, and was transfigured before them (Matthew 17:1,2 ) we must understand that he brought them to the summit of the mountain, where they were alone by themselves
Transfiguration, the - ... The Place The traditional site is Mount Tabor in lower Galilee, but it is not a High Mountain (only 1,850 feet) and was probably fortified and inaccessible in Jesus' day
High - Extending a great distance above the surface of the earth elevated lofty of great altitude as a High Mountain a high tower
Assyria - It was a mountainous region lying to the north of Babylonia, extending along the Tigris as far as to the High Mountain range of Armenia, the Gordiaean or Carduchian mountains
Assyr'ia, as'Shur, - -- On the north and east the High Mountain-chains of Armenia and Kurdistan are succeeded by low ranges of limestone hills of a somewhat arid aspect
Transfiguration (2) - In the first three Gospels both the precision of detail and the agreement are striking, including the following facts: the occasion—six days after the preceding incidents just narrated; the place—a High Mountain apart; the chosen three—Peter, James, John; the supernatural light; the heavenly visitants and their speech; the suggestion of Peter; the overshadowing cloud and the Divine voice from its midst; the awe, yet joy, of the disciples; the return of Christ to ordinary conditions of human life; the charge of silence. ‘unto an High Mountain apart,’ and in Lk. The High Mountain symbolizes the height of knowledge which the disciples then attained; the metamorphosis of the form of Jesus and the splendour of His clothes are an image of their intuition of the Messianic idea; the cloud which overshadowed the appearances signifies the dimness and indefiniteness in which the new knowledge faded away, from the inability of the disciples to retain it; the proposal of Peter to build tabernacles is the attempt of this Apostle to fix at once in dogmatic form the sublime intuition (Weisse)—an absurd suggestion of ill-fitting symbols
Galilee - The mountains on the east come close to its shore, and the country on that side has not a very agreeable aspect: on the west, it has the plain of Tiberias, the high ground of the plain of Hutin, or Hottein, the plain of Gennesareth, and the foot of those hills by which you ascend to the High Mountain of Saphet
New Jerusalem - The basis of the new conception within the OT is found in such passages as Ezekiel 40:2 : ‘In the visions of God brought he me into the land of Israel, and set me down upon a very High Mountain, whereon was as it were the frame of a city on the south,’ with the whole description of the city in the following chapters (40-48); Isaiah 54:11 ff. 1-6: ‘This High Mountain which thou hast seen, whose summit is like the throne of God, is His throne, where the Holy Great One, the Lord of Glory, the Eternal King, will sit, when He shall come down to visit the earth with goodness. The Seer represents himself as being shown ‘the holy city’ from a High Mountain by one of the seven angels (Revelation 21:9-10)
Hunger - The author of this Gospel places the temptation by hunger after that on the High Mountain, which he puts first in the series
Peter - At the close of his brief sojourn at Caesarea our Lord took Peter and James and John with him into "an High Mountain apart," and was transfigured before them
King, Christ as - ... The Kingdom of God (Heaven) The devil tempted Jesus by taking him to a High Mountain and showing him all the kingdoms of the world and their splendor
Hell - John's vision in Revelation 21 of the new city on a High Mountain confirms this separation between the blessed and the damned after the day of judgment
Mental Characteristics - These are: His keen appreciation of the beauty of the natural world: His fondness for little children, whom again and again He held up for the reverence of His disciples, and whom He Himself looked upon with a feeling akin to awe (Matthew 18:10); His love of being on a height (many of the cardinal points in His career were on the hill-tops, just as the crises of temptation were on ‘an exceeding High Mountain,’ and when He was ‘set on the pinnacle of the temple,’ cf