Definitions for beseechbɪˈsitʃ
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bid, beseech, entreat, adjure, press, conjure(verb)
ask for or request earnestly
"The prophet bid all people to become good persons"
To beg or implore.
Origin: From besechen, bisechen, assibilated variants of beseken, from *, equivalent to . Cognate with bezoeken, besuchen, besöka.
to ask or entreat with urgency; to supplicate; to implore
Beseech was the name of a gothic metal band from Borås, Sweden. The group has disbanded and have actually formed two other bands, TWDSO and The Mary Major.
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I beseech you, in the bowels of Christ, think it possible you may be mistaken.
I do beseech you to direct your efforts more to preparing youth for the path and less to preparing the path for the youth.
Defeated enemies in battle have to confess the superiority of their captors, but this does not give them citizenship in that country. This is why as ambassadors for Christ we beseech people to be reconciled to God by faith in Christ now. If they confess Him as Lord with a heart of faith--now, while the doors of salvation are wide open, they will be saved (Rom. 109,10). Later they are forced to confess His Lordship to vindicate Christ's righteous judgment of them and the worthiness of their eternal doom. Confession does not bring the confessor salvation. It is too late, for the 'accepted time' for salvation has forever passed.
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