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The meaning of See in the Bible
(From International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)

se: In addition to the ordinary sense of perceiving by the eye, we have (1) chazah, "to see" (in vision): "Words of Amos .... which he saw concerning Israel" (Amos 1:1). The revelation was made to his inward eye. "The word of Yahweh .... which he (Micah) saw concerning Samaria" (Micah 1:1), describing what he saw in prophetic vision (compare Habakkuk 1:1); see REVELATION, III, 4; (2) horao, "to take heed": "See thou say nothing" (Mark 1:44); (3) eidon, "to know," "to note with the mind": "Jesus saw that he answered discreetly" (Mark 12:34); (4) theoreo, "to view," "to have knowledge or experience of": "He shall never see death" (John 8:51).

M. O. Evans


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