Ford, cross over
Strong's #H4480, #8607
Tiphsah was a city on the west bank of the Euphrates River that represented the greatest extent of King Solomon's influence. Another city named Tiphsah, in Samaria, was not only conquered by Israel's King Menahem but also had all its inhabitants killed and its pregnant women ripped open.
See our Assyrian Empire map for Tiphsah's location.
1Kings 4:24, 2Kings 15:16
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A Tishbite is someone who grew up in the town of Tishbeh (Tishbe) which was located east of the Jordan River in the land of Gilead. Elijah lived in this city during his prophetic ministry.
1Kings 17:1, 21:17, 28, 2Kings 1:3, 8, 9:36
Titus was a Greek (Gentile) convert to Christianity who was one of Paul's most trusted fellow laborers in the gospel. Interestingly, although he worked closely with the apostle, his name is not mentioned at all in the book of Acts.
Galatians 2:1, 3, 2Corinthians 2:13, 7:6, 13 - 14, 8:6, 16, 23, 12:18, 13:14, Titus 1:4, 3:15, 2Timothy 4:10
Goodness of Jehovah
Ezra 2:60, Nehemiah 2:10, 19, 4:3, 7, 6:1 - 19, 7:62, 13:4 - 8
Two Tolas are mentioned in Scripture. The first one was the son of Issachar (founder of one of Israel's tribes). The second Tola, in the northern part of Israel, was one of Israel's Judges. He served in this capacity from 1102 to 1079 B.C.
Genesis 46:13, Numbers 26:23, Judges 10:1, 1Chronicles 7:1 - 2
Tophel was near where, before his death, Moses gave his farewell speech to Israel.
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Rough district, rugged region
Trachonitis is one of the regions Herod Philip (Philip the Tetrarch) governed when John the Baptist began his public ministry.
Trogyllium was a coastal city located in the southwestern part of Asia Minor. The Apostle Paul tarried at the city, for a short time, during his third missionary journey.
Trophimus, a Gentile convert to Christianity, was one of a few people who accompanied the Apostle Paul on his trip from Corinth to Jerusalem during his third missionary journey.
Acts 20:4, 21:29, 2Timothy 4:20
Tryphena was one of the many Christians in Rome greeted by the Apostle Paul in his epistle to the Romans. Tryphena was commended by Paul for her service to God.
Tryphosa was one of the many Christians in Rome greeted by the Apostle Paul in his epistle to the Romans. Tryphosa was commended by Paul for her service to God.
Thou shall be bought
Tubal was the son of Noah's flood survivor Japheth and one of Noah's grandsons. Tubal may have also been the name of a region in eastern Asia Minor.
Genesis 10:2, 1Chronicles 1:5, Isaiah 66:19, Ezekiel 27:13, 32:26, 38:2 - 3, 39:1
Thou will be brought (offspring) of Cain
Tubalcain, who was known for his skill in metalworking, was the son of Lamech.
Fortuitous, fortunate, fateful
Tychicus delivered to Ephesus the Apostle Paul's letter to the city's Christians. He also, along with Onesimus, delivered the book of Colossians to Colosse.
Acts 20:4, Ephesians 6:21, Colossians 4:7, 2Timothy 4:12, Titus 3:12
Sovereign, a tyrant
The Apostle Paul, during his third missionary journey, stayed in Ephesus for more than three years. Although he initially taught in a local synagogue, he and fellow Christians moved to the school of Tyrannus due to Jewish resistence to the gospel message.