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Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types [1]

 Genesis 49:17 (b) Those who study the life of Dan, and the tribe of Dan, will find that he acted just as this type indicates. He was a hindrance in the lives of others. He caused damage to many, and followed idols.

 Psalm 16:11 (a) Since none of us know just how we will live, nor just what conditions will arise in our lives, we depend upon the Holy Spirit to show us GOD's way, and to reveal GOD's will to our hearts.

 Psalm 27:11 (b) The word is used to describe GOD's way of life for His children. It is called a path because men of every century have traveled the same way, and thus it is established as GOD's way by experience. (See also  Psalm 25:4).

 Psalm 77:19 (b) In this way the Lord describes the blessedness of a life that is lived in obedience to GOD, and fellowship with GOD. (See also  Psalm 119:35;  Isaiah 26:7).

 Proverbs 2:19 (b) This indicates that the one who walks in GOD's way, and along the road GOD has designed will find his life becoming sweeter, richer and brighter as the years go by. The immoral miss GOD's ways and GOD's program of life.

 Isaiah 42:16 (b) Here we see revealed to us that the way of GOD, the road He wishes His children to travel, may sometimes lead through very difficult situations, and places that seem to be impossible and impassable. The power of GOD will be present to enable them to overcome every obstacle.

 Hebrews 12:13 (a) The Lord is inviting His children by this expression to walk in such a godly way, so upright, so consecrated, that the weak Christian will be encouraged to walk with GOD, and will not be stumbled by his fellow-believer.

Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words [2]

1: Τρίβος (Strong'S #5147 — Noun Feminine — tribos — tree'-bos )

"a beaten track" (akin to tribo, "to rub, wear down"), "a path," is used in  Matthew 3:3;  Mark 1:3;  Luke 3:4 .

2: Τροχιά (Strong'S #5163 — Noun Feminine — trochia — trokh-ee-ah' )

"the track of a wheel" (trochos, "a wheel;" trecho, "to run"), hence, "a track, path," is used figuratively in  Hebrews 12:13 . In the Sept.,  Proverbs 2:15;  4:11,26,27;  5:6,21; in some texts,  Ezekiel 27:19 .

King James Dictionary [3]

P`ATH, n. plu. paths. Gr. to tread.

1. A way beaten or trodden by the feet of man or beast, or made hard by wheels that part of a highway on which animals or carriages ordinarily pass applied to the ground only, and never to a paved street in a city. 2. Any narrow way beaten by the foot. 3. The way, course or track where a body moves in the atmosphere or in space as the path of a planet or comet the path of a meteor. 4. A way or passage. 5. Course of life.

He marketh all my paths.  Job 33

6. Precepts rules prescribed.

Uphold my going in thy paths.  Psalms 17

7. Course of providential dealings moral government.

All the paths of the Lord are mercy and truth to such as keep his covenant.  Psalms 25

P`ATH, To make a path by treading to beat a path, as in snow.

To push forward to cause to go to make way for.

P`ATH, To walk abroad.

Holman Bible Dictionary [4]

 Proverbs 4:14 Job 8:13 Proverbs 2:15 Psalm 23:3 Proverbs 2:13 2:20 Psalm 17:5 Psalm 25:4 25:10 Job 24:13 Psalm 119:1 Proverbs 10:17 Proverbs 10:17 Proverbs 12:28 Psalm 16:11 Proverbs 2:19 Proverbs 5:6 Proverbs 15:24 Proverbs 2:8 Proverbs 8:20 Proverbs 3:17

Webster's Dictionary [5]

(1): ( n.) A way, course, or track, in which anything moves or has moved; route; passage; an established way; as, the path of a meteor, of a caravan, of a storm, of a pestilence. Also used figuratively, of a course of life or action.

(2): ( v. i.) To walk or go.

(3): ( n.) A trodden way; a footway.

(4): ( v. t.) To make a path in, or on (something), or for (some one).

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [6]

the general course of any moving body. So we say the path of the sun in the heavens; and to this the wise man compares the path of the just, which is, he says, like daybreak; it increases in light and splendor till perfect day. It may be obscure, feeble, dim, at first, but afterwards it shines in full brilliancy ( Proverbs 4:18). The course of a man's conduct and general behavior is called the path in which he walks, by a very easy metaphor; and as when a man walks from place to place in the dark, he may be glad of a light to assist in directing his steps, so the Word of God is a light to guide those in their course of piety and duty who otherwise might wander or be at a loss for direction. Wicked men and wicked women are said to have paths full of snares. The dispensations of God are his paths ( Psalms 25:10). The precepts of God are paths ( Psalms 17:5;  Psalms 65:4). The phenomena of nature are paths of God ( Psalms 77:19;  Isaiah 43:16), and to those depths which are beyond human inspection the course of God in his providence is likened. If his paths are obscure in nature, so they may be in providence, and in grace too. (See Causeway).