|Asal Mula||:||neuter of a derivative of 5442|
|Jenis Kata||:||n n (noun neuter)|
|Dalam Yunani||:||fulakthria 1|
|Dalam TB||:||tali sembahyang 1|
|Dalam AV||:||phylactery 1|
ou [neuter] Filaktera (peti kecil berisi ayat suci, diikat pada lengan dan dahi orang Yahudi sambil sembahyang, sesuai perintah di Ul 6.8)
1) a fortified place provided with a garrison, a station for a
guard or garrison
2) a preservative or safeguard , an amulet. The Jews used this word
to describe small strips of parchment on which were written the
following passages of the law of Moses, Ex 13:1-10, 11-16;
De 6:4-9, 11:13-21, and which, enclosed in small cases, they were
accustomed when engaged in prayer to wear fastened by a leather
strap to the forehead and to the left arm over against the heart,
in order that they might thus be solemnly reminded of the duty of
keeping the commands of God in the head and in the heart,
according to the directions given in Ex 13:16, De 6:8, 11:18.
These scrolls were thought to have the power, like amulets, to
avert various evils and to drive away demons. The Pharisees were
accustomed to widen, make broad, their phylacteries, that they
might render them more conspicuous and show themselves to be more
eager than the majority to be reminded of the law of God.
neuter of a derivative of 5442; a guard-case, i.e. "phylactery" for wearing slips of Scripture texts: KJV -- phylactery.
see GREEK for 5442