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Lord
By Jeff A. Benner
אֲדֹון adon
The Hebrew word adon is one who has authority over another or as it is usually translated, a "lord" and is used in the Bible for both men and God. However, from a Hebraic perspective, a "lord" is not one who simply rules over another, but rather one who provides for and protects those under his charge. At this point, a little Hebrew grammar is in order to help understand what the Hebrew behind the word "Lord" really means.

Strong's: #113



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