The meaning of Agony in the Bible
(From Easton's Bible Dictionary)

contest; wrestling; severe struggling with pain and suffering. Anguish is the reflection on evil that is already past, while agony is a struggle with evil at the time present. It is only used in the New Testament by (Luke 22:44) to describe our Lord's fearful struggle in Gethsemane.


See more on the meaning of Agony in the Bible:
Agony {International Standard Bible Encyclopedia}

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