- Hebrew אֶפְרַיִם (Efráyim, "fruitful"). (Wiktionary)
“She shut the box and tied it off with string, then wrote the name Ephraim Nakasa along the side with a pencil attached to the table by a string.”
“The name Ephraim is derived from fruitfulness, Gen. xli.”
“And the name of the second he called Ephraim, for God has made me fruitful in the land of my misery.”
“Dan and Beth-el in Ephraim were the two places where Jeroboam set up the idolatrous calves (1Ki 12: 29); just retribution.”
“Ephraim is here addressed as foremost in idolatry.”
“No means should be used to bring them to repentance (v. 17): Ephraim is joined to idols, is in love with them and addicted to them, and therefore let him alone, as v. 4, Let no man reprove him.”
“Ephraim is here charged with conforming to the nations (ver. 8), senselessness and stupidity under the judgments of”
“I. Ephraim is convicted of folly, in staying himself upon Egypt and”
“They are doing that, every day, which will be remembered against them another day (v. 12): The iniquity of Ephraim is bound up, and his sin is hid; God took notice of it, kept it upon record, and will produce it against him and reckon with him for it afterwards.”
“Ephraim is as strong and rich as ever Tyre was, and as proud and secure.”
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