“A narrow strip of land, bordered on both sides by water, connecting two larger bodies of land.” Like the Isthmus of Panama connecting North and South America.
Spiritually: Jesus is the isthmus connecting heaven and earth. We have to go through the water, like the Israelites did through the Red Sea, using Jesus as the path, the way, the door to heaven (John 14:6, 7)…isthmus.
Scotopic refers to the non-vision of the eye under low-light levels. In the human eye, cone cells (daylight and color) don’t work very well in low visible light.
Spiritually: Without God, Jesus, and their word (which are lights and lamps to our feet and mind (John 1; Psalm 18:28; Psalm 119:105; Ephesians 5:8-14), we would constantly live in a state of scotopic vision, or bumping into all kinds of sins in the dark, where God is not, and getting terribly hurt, along with hurting others…scotopic.
Formerly, a ruling prince from India.
Spiritually: a “Christian” is an eternal prince or princess, being an adopted child of the powerful and eternal Deity named I-Am-That-I-Am. This means, Christians dress, speak, and behave differently from those who are not of the Royal House of I-Am-That-I-Am. Behaving anything less means we just “say” we’re Christians or royalty…Maharajah
Exodus 3:13, 14; John 1:1-13; Romans 6:15; Galatians 4:1-7; Colossians 3; and more
A surgical procedure to insert a fiber-optic instrument through the abdominal wall to view the organs or to permit a surgical procedure.
Spiritually: “Bibleoscopy” is also a surgical procedure in which an ultra-sharp two-edged sword (God’s word) is inserted through the brain, eyes, mouth, heart, hands, feet to view and fix thoughts, speech, plans, actions, and goals (Hebrews 4:12-13; 2 Timothy 2:15)…laparoscopy.
A judge of artistic design and taste.
Spiritually: The foremost judge of design and taste is Jehovah God Himself. He not only designed the whole gorgeous universe with just a few words, but in so doing created the arts of design and taste so that our judging could even take place. God trains us to be like Him in the Bible, and to be able to hand out first, second, and third place ribbons to what is good and to reject what is not good…arbiter elegantiarum.