Justice of Jehovah
Ezra 10:30, Nehemiah 12:15
Two men are named Adnah in Scripture. The first was a captain in King Saul's army who left him to join David's forces at Ziklag. The second was one of King Jehoshaphat's generals.
1Chronicles 12:20, 2Chronicles 17:14
Worshipper of Jah, my Lord is Jehovah
2Samuel 3:4, 1Kings 1 - 2, 1Chronicles 3:2, Nehemiah 10:16
My Lord is exalted, Lord of height, my Lord is most high
Adoniram was one of King Solomon's officers.
1Kings 4:6, 5:14
Lord of justice, my Lord is righteous
Joshua 10:1, 3
My Lord is exalted
2Samuel 20:24, 1Kings 12:18
I shall abide in death
Adramyttium was the name of a seaport on the Aegean Sea. Paul's fourth missionary journey begins in Caesarea when he boards a boat whose homeport is Adramyttium. The purpose of the trip is to take him, as a prisoner, to Rome so that Caesar can hear the case against him.
The flock of God
1Samuel 18:19, 2Samuel 21:8
Red spots, ruddy one
Joshua 15:7, 18:17
Acts 9:33 - 34
Place of springs
Agabus was a New Testament prophet. His first Biblical prophecy, given in 42 A.D., warned of a severe worldwide famine. His second prophecy, revealed about sixteen years later, foretold that the Apostle Paul would be arrested in Jerusalem and turned over to the Gentiles.
Acts 11:28, 21:10
Flame, I will overtop
Numbers 24:7, 1Samuel 15
I shall increase