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Shaddai

or Shadai

[shah-dahy] /ʃɑˈdaɪ/
noun, Hebrew.
1.
the Almighty; God.
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  • As yet will ye refuse the golden offers of Shaddai, and trust to the lies and falsehoods of Diabolus?

  • The first founder was Shaddai, who built it for his own delight.

    Bunyan James Anthony Froude
  • Then would a third stand up and answer, ‘Let us turn to the King Shaddai, and so put an end to these troubles.’

  • Diabolus had once been a servant of Shaddai, one of the chief in his territories.

    Bunyan James Anthony Froude
  • What means else your rejecting of the laws of Shaddai, and your obeying of Diabolus?

  • Fifty thousand warriors were collected, all chosen by Shaddai himself.

    Bunyan James Anthony Froude
  • Also now he never spake freely for King Shaddai, but also by force and constraint.

  • Mansoul has disowned Shaddai and sworn allegiance to himself.

    Bunyan James Anthony Froude
  • Mr. Mind had in his house some old rent and torn parchments of the law of Shaddai.

    Bunyan James Anthony Froude
  • He was charged with having encouraged the town of Mansoul to resist Shaddai.

    Bunyan James Anthony Froude
Shaddai in the Bible

the Omnipotent, the name of God in frequent use in the Hebrew Scriptures, generally translated "the Almighty."

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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