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Proverbs 1:3

Webster Definition

Instruction

Instruction
INSTRUC'TION, n. [L. instructio.]

1. The act of teaching or informing the understanding in that of which it was before ignorant; information.

2. Precepts conveying knowledge.

Receive my instruction and not silver. Prov 8.

3. Direction; order; command; mandate. The minister received instructions from his sovereign to demand a categorical answer.

Strongs Concordance

H4148
מוּסר
mûsâr
moo-sawr'
From H3256; properly chastisement; figuratively reproof, warning or instruction; also restraint: -

H3256
יסר
yâsar
yaw-sar'
A primitive root; to chastise, literally (with blows) or figuratively (with words); hence to instruct: -

Chastise
CHASTISE, v.t.

1. To correct by punishing; to punish; to inflict pain by stripes, or in other manner, for the purpose of punishing an offender and recalling him to his duty.

I will chastise you seven times for your sins. Lev 26.

2. To reduce to order or obedience; to restrain; to awe; to repress.

The gay social sense, By decency chastisd.

3. To correct; to purify by expunging faults; as, to chastise a poem.

 

Chastisement
CHASTISEMENT, n. Correction; punishment; pain inflicted for punishment and correction, either by stripes or otherwise.

Shall I so much dishonour my fair stars, On equal terms to give him chastisement.

I have borne chastisement, I will not offend any more. Job 34.

The chastisement of our peace, in Scripture, was the pain which Christ suffered to purchase our peace and reconciliation to God. Isa 53.