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2 Samuel 14:7 (a) The term is used to describe the destruction of the family name of this hypothetical character.

2 Samuel 21:17 (a) The killing of David is described by this word. His friends felt that if David were killed in the battle, then that one who guided them, directed them and led them to victory would be destroyed and they would be left without a leader.

Isaiah 42:3 (a) The word indicates that our lovely Lord would not hinder any believer who is struggling to make progress, to grow in grace, and to become more useful. He would fan the fire in order to encourage the ambitious child of GOD, and would not criticize destructively, nor adversely, so as to hinder the development of any gift. (See also Matthew 12:20).

Ephesians 6:16 (b) We learn from this expression that faith in our blessed Lord and His Word will enable us to conquer Satan and to defeat his purposes and designs.

1 Thessalonians 5:19 (a) It is the desire of our Lord that we should not in any way hinder the work of the Spirit of GOD in other people. We may grieve the Spirit in ourselves, but we quench Him in others. If we ridicule a Christian who is seeking to serve the Lord, we hinder the Spirit in that person. We are not to do this.

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Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Quench'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. 1957.

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