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November 7th, 2010

Christian Baby Names : Baby Boy Names

Christian Baby Boy Names

Christian Baby Boy Names list given here contains names or words found in the Bible, or Christian names derived from biblical names and words, including the language origin of the name, location of the word in the Bible, and the meaning of the name. Check each Christian baby boy name before you decide one for that cute boy you have now.


Aaron (Hebrew) – Ex. 4:14 – a teacher; lofty; mountain of strength.
Abel (Hebrew) – Gen. 4:2 – vanity; breath; vapor.
Abiathar (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 22:20 – excellent father; father of the remnant.
Abihu (Hebrew) – Ex. 6:22 – he is my father.
Abijah (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 7:8 – the Lord is my father.
Abner (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 14:50 – father of light.
Abraham (Hebrew) – Gen.17:5 – father of a great multitude.
Abram (Hebrew) – Gen. 11:27 – high father; exalted father.
Absolom (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 15:2 – father of peace.
Adam (Hebrew) – Gen. 3:17 – earthy; red.
Adonijah (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 3:4 – the Lord is my master.
Alexander (Greek) – Mark 15:21 – one who assists men; defender of men.
Amaziah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 12:21 – the strength of the Lord.
Amos (Hebrew) – Amos 1:1 – loading; weighty.
Ananias (Greek, from Hebrew) – Acts 5:1 – the cloud of the Lord.
Andrew (Greek) – Matt. 4:18 – a strong man.
Apollos (Greek) – Acts 18:24 – one who destroys; destroyer.
Aquila (Latin) – Acts 18:2 – an eagle.
Asa (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 15:9 – physician; cure.
Asaph (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 6:39 – who gathers together.
Asher (Hebrew) – Gen. 30:13 – happiness.
Azariah (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 4:2 – he that hears the Lord.


Barak (Hebrew) – Judges 4:6 – thunder, or in vain.
Barnabas (Greek, Aramaic) – Acts 4:36 – son of the prophet, or of consolation.
Bartholomew (Aramaic) – Matt. 10:3 – a son that suspends the waters.
Baruch (Hebrew) – Neh. 3:20 – who is blessed.
Benaiah (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 8:18 – son of the Lord.
Benjamin (Hebrew) – Gen. 35:18 – son of the right hand.
Bildad (Hebrew) – Job 2:11 – old friendship.
Boaz (Hebrew) – Ruth 2:1 – in strength.


Cain (Hebrew) – Gen. 4:1 – possession, or possessed.
Caleb (Hebrew) – Num. 13:6 – a dog; a crow; a basket.
Christian (Greek) – Acts 11:26 – follower of Christ.
Claudius (Latin) – Acts 11:28 – lame.
Cornelius (Latin) – Acts 10:1 – of a horn.


Dan (Hebrew) – Gen. 14:14 – judgment; he that judges.
Daniel (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 3:1 – judgment of God; God my judge.
David (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 16:13 – well-beloved, dear.
Demetrius (Greek) – Acts 19:24 – belonging to corn, or to Ceres.


Ebenezer (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 4:1 – stone or rock of help.
Elah (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 17:2 – an oak; a curse; perjury.
Eleazar (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:25 – the Lord will help; court of God.
Eli (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 1:3 – the offering or lifting up.
Elihu (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 1:1 – he is my God himself.
Elijah (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 17:1 – God the Lord, the strong Lord.
Eliphaz (Hebrew) – Gen. 36:4 – the endeavor of God.
Elisha (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 19:16 – salvation of God.
Elkanah (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:24 – God the zealous; the zeal of God.
Elnathan (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 24:8 – God hath given; the gift of God.
Emmanuel (Latin, Hebrew) – Isaiah 7:14 – God with us.
Enoch (Hebrew) – Gen. 4:17 – dedicated; disciplined.
Ephraim (Hebrew) – Gen. 41:52 – fruitful; increasing.
Esau (Hebrew) – Gen. 25:25 – he that acts or finishes.
Ethan (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 4:31 – strong; the gift of the island.
Ezekiel (Hebrew) – Ezekiel 1:3 – the strength of God.
Ezra (Hebrew) – Ezra 7:1 – help; court.


Gabriel (Hebrew) – Dan. 9:21 – God is my strength.
Gera (Hebrew) – Gen. 46:21 – pilgrimage, combat; dispute.
Gershon (Hebrew) – Gen. 46:11 – his banishment; the change of pilgrimage.
Gideon (Hebrew) – Judges 6:11 – he that bruises or breaks; a destroyer.


Habakkuk (Hebrew) – Hab. 1:1 – he that embraces; a wrestler.
Haggai (Hebrew) – Ezra 5:1 – feast; solemnity.
Hosea (Hebrew) – Hosea 1:1 – savior; safety.
Hur (Hebrew) – Exodus 17:10 – liberty; whiteness; hole.
Hushai (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 15:37 – their haste; their sensuality; their silence.


Immanuel (Hebrew) – Isaiah 7:14 – God with us.
Ira (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 20:26 – watchman; making bare; pouring out.
Isaac (Hebrew) – Gen. 17:19 – laughter.
Isaiah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 19:2 – the salvation of the Lord.
Ishmael (Hebrew) – Gen. 16:11 – God that hears.
Issachar (Hebrew) – Gen. 30:18 – reward; recompense.
Ithamar (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:23 – island of the palm-tree.


Jabez (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 2:55 – sorrow; trouble.
Jacob (Hebrew) – Gen. 25:26 – cheater; that supplants, undermines; the heel.
Jair (Hebrew) – Num. 32:41 – my light; who diffuses light.
Jairus (Hebrew) – Mark 5:22 – my light; who diffuses light.
James (Hebrew) – Matt. 4:21 – same as Jacob.
Japheth (Hebrew) – Gen. 5:32 – enlarged; fair; persuading.
Jason (Hebrew) – Acts 17:5 – he that cures.
Javan (Hebrew) – Gen. 10:2 – deceiver; one who makes sad.
Jeremiah (Hebrew) – 2 Chron. 36:12 – exaltation of the Lord.
Jeremy (Hebrew) – 2 Chron. 36:12 – exaltation of the Lord.
Jesse (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 16:1 – gift; oblation; one who is.
Jethro (Hebrew) – Exodus 3:1 – his excellence; his posterity.
Joab (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 26:6 – paternity; voluntary.
Joash (Hebrew) – Judges 6:11 – who despairs or burns.
Job (Hebrew) – Job 1:1 – he that weeps or cries.
Joel (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 8:2 – he that wills or commands.
John (Hebrew) – Matt. 3:1 – the grace or mercy of the Lord.
Jonah (Hebrew) – Jonah 1:1 – a dove; he that oppresses; destroyer.
Jonathan (Hebrew) – Judges 18:30 – given of God.
Jordan (Hebrew) – Gen. 13:10 – the river of judgment.
Joseph (Hebrew) – Gen. 30:24 – increase; addition.
Joses (Hebrew) – Matt. 27:56 – raised; who pardons.
Joshua (Hebrew) – Exodus 17:9 – a savior; a deliverer; the Lord is Salvation.
Josiah (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 13:2 – the Lord burns; the fire of the Lord.
Josias (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 13:2 – the Lord burns; the fire of the Lord.
Jotham (Hebrew) – Judges 9:5 – the perfection of the Lord.
Judas (Latin) – Matt. 10:4 – the praise of the Lord; confession.
Jude (Latin) – Jude 1:1 – the praise of the Lord; confession.
Justus (Latin) – Acts 1:23 – just or upright.


Laban (Hebrew) – Gen. 24:29 – white; shining; gentle; brittle.
Lazarus (Hebrew) – Luke 16:20 – assistance of God.
Lemuel (Hebrew) – Prov. 31:1 – God with them, or him.
Levi (Hebrew) – Gen. 29:34 – associated with him.
Lot (Hebrew) – Gen. 11:27 – wrapt up; hidden; covered; myrrh; rosin.
Lucas (Greek) – Col. 4:14 – luminous; white.
Luke (Greek) – Col. 4:14 – luminous; white.


Malachi (Hebrew)- Mal. 1:1 – my messenger; my angel.
Manasseh (Hebrew) – Gen. 41:51 – forgetfulness; he that is forgotten.
Marcus (Latin) – Acts 12:12 – polite; shining.
Mark (Latin) – Acts 12:12 – polite; shining.
Matthew (Hebrew) – Matt. 9:9 – given; a reward.
Matthias (Hebrew) – Acts 1:23 – the gift of the Lord.
Melchizedek (Hebrew, German) – Gen. 14:18 – king of justice.
Micah (Hebrew) – Judges 17:1 – poor; humble.
Micaiah (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 22:8 – who is like to God?
Michael (Hebrew) – Num. 13:13 – poor; humble.
Mishael (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:22 – who is asked for or lent.
Mordecai (Hebrew) – Esther 2:5 – contrition; bitter; bruising.
Moses (Hebrew) – Exodus 2:10 – taken out; drawn forth.


Nadab (Hebrew) – – Exodus 6:23 – free and voluntary gift; prince.
Nahum (Hebrew) – Nahum 1:1 – comforter; penitent.
Naphtali (Hebrew) – Gen. 30:8 – that struggles or fights.
Nathan (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 5:14 – given; giving; rewarded.
Nathanael (Hebrew) – John 1:45 – the gift of God.
Nehemiah (Hebrew) – Neh. 1:1 – consolation; repentance of the Lord.
Nekoda (Hebrew) – Ezra 2:48 – painted; inconstant.
Nicodemus (Greek) – John 3:1 – victory of the people.
Noah (Hebrew) – Gen. 5:29 – repose; consolation.


Obadiah (Hebrew)- 1 Kings 18:3 – servant of the Lord.
Omar (Arabic, Hebrew) – Gen. 36:11 – he that speaks; bitter.
Onesimus (Latin) – Col. 4:9 – profitable; useful.
Othniel (Hebrew) – Joshua 15:17 – lion of God; the hour of God.


Paul (Latin) – Acts 13:9 – small; little.
Peter (Greek) – Matt. 4:18 – a rock or stone.
Philemon (Greek) – Phil. 1:2 – loving; who kisses.
Philip (Greek) – Matt. 10:3 – warlike; a lover of horses.
Phineas (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:25 – bold aspect; face of trust or protection.
Phinehas (Hebrew) – Exodus 6:25 – bold aspect; face of trust or protection.


Reuben (Hebrew) – Gen. 29:32 – who sees the son; the vision of the son.
Rufus (Latin) – Mark 15:21 – red.


Samson (Hebrew) – Judges 13:24 – his sun; his service; there the second time.
Samuel (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 1:20 – heard of God; asked of God.
Saul (Hebrew) – 1 Sam. 9:2 – demanded; lent; ditch; death.
Seth (Hebrew) – Gen. 4:25 – put; who puts; fixed.
Shadrach (Babylonian) – Dan. 1:7 – tender, nipple.
Shem (Hebrew) – Gen. 5:32 – name; renown.
Silas (Latin) – Acts 15:22 – three, or the third.
Simeon (Hebrew) – Gen. 29:33 – that hears or obeys; that is heard.
Simon (Hebrew) – Matt. 4:18 – that hears; that obeys.
Solomon (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 5:14 – peaceable; perfect; one who recompenses.
Stephen (Greek) – Acts 6:5 – crown; crowned.


Thaddaeus (Aramaic) – Matt. 10:3 – that praises or confesses.
Theophilus (Greek) – Luke 1:3 – friend of God.
Thomas (Aramaic) – Matt. 10:3 – a twin.
Timothy (Greek) – Acts 16:1 – honor of God; valued of God.
Titus (Latin) – 2 Cor. 2:13 – pleasing.
Tobiah (Hebrew) – Ezra 2:60 – the Lord is good.
Tobias (Hebrew) – Ezra 2:60 – the Lord is good.


Uriah (Hebrew) – 2 Sam. 11:3 – the Lord is my light or fire.
Uzziah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 15:13 – the strength, or kid, of the Lord.


Victor (Latin) – 2 Timothy 2:5 – victory; victor.


Zacchaeus (Hebrew) – Luke 19:2 – pure; clean; just.
Zachariah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 14:29 – memory of the Lord
Zebadiah (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 8:15 – portion of the Lord; the Lord is my portion.
Zebedee (Greek) – Matt. 4:21 – abundant; portion.
Zebulun (Hebrew) – Gen. 30:20 – dwelling; habitation.
Zechariah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 14:29 – memory of the Lord.
Zedekiah (Hebrew) – 1 Kings 22:11 – the Lord is my justice; the justice of the Lord.
Zephaniah (Hebrew) – 2 Kings 25:18 – the Lord is my secret.
Zerubbabel (Hebrew) – 1 Chron. 3:19 – a stranger at Babylon; dispersion of confusion.

A new born baby at your home? Is it a boy? Then waste no time in giving him an apt Christian baby boy name. The above list of names, their meanings and Bible verses will help you to choose a fitting Christian baby name very easily. God bless your newborn kid.

November 6th, 2010

Children Are God’s Gift

Children Are God’s Gift

After completing the work of creation, God, the Father blessed the first couple entrusting them with a special task, saying: “Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth and subdue it…” (Gen. 1:28). The Psalmist, who grasped the content and message of this great invitation, sang beautifully filled with the Spirit of the Lord: “Sons are indeed a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the sons of one’s youth. Happy is the man who has his quiver full of them. He shall not be put to shame when he speaks with his enemies in the gate” (Ps. 127:3-6). A few decades have passed after the spine of the theory of population explosion propagated by the proponents of demography was deplorably broken.

We can see couples who hail from two contrary poles: the first group is those who are devoutly and prayerfully waiting to get a child. They go about in fast, penance and alms-giving from one retreat centre to another, from one charismatic convention to another, from one guru to another, with much hope and longing! Contrary to this is the second category. We can see them line up in front of abortion clinics, government hospitals and even at the door of quacks and primitive doctors! They have not accepted their child as a gift from God, though they got it sometimes as the outcome of their own loose life!

Not long ago we have read a report about tourist countries where the flesh of aborted children is cooked to fill the stomach of those human cannibals who go to tourist resorts and five star hotels! It is not an amazing thing. Centuries before God Himself warned mankind concerning this sort of atrocities: “You shall eat the flesh of your sons, and you shall eat the flesh of your daughters” (Lev. 26:29). “The hands of compassionate women have boiled their own children; they became their food in the destruction of my people” (Lam. 4:10).

Prior to conception the parents should conceive the children in their hearts! That is why the Lord said to Jeremiah: “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you; I appointed you a prophet to the nations” (Jer. 1:5). The children, who were given birth in the hearts of their parents before they were really conceived in the wombs, will leap like John the Baptist from the mother’s womb filled with the Holy Spirit! In the life of such mothers also great divine interventions will take place as happened to Mary and Elizabeth! They shall be a blessing. The couple who place their hands every day on the womb during the pregnancy to pray that the child be filled with the Holy Spirit is an excellent example for all couples.

Children have access to the presence of God all the time. The Gospels portray Christ who rebukes the disciples who chased the children who came to him. Our Lord categorically declares that those who do not become like innocent children will not enter the Kingdom of God. To give birth to children and bring them up is a responsible and demanding task. All are called for that. The grace of God is sufficient for success in this great mission. Each child is an indispensable link in the chain of generations. In each child a generation is concealed. That is why God said to Abraham: “I will make you a great nation, and I will bless you, and make your name great, so that you will be a blessing” (Gen.12:2). To kill a child is equal to kill a generation or a people! Each child is a link of generations that will incessantly continue until the end of the world. Let this link be not broken, let us not break it.

Children may ask us unanswerable questions, they may criticize us, and they may trouble us. Allow them to grow in their own way. The boy Jesus also troubled the scholars and teachers in the Temple of Jerusalem! At times, the birth of some infant takes away the peace and sleep from parents and others. When Herod heard about the birth of child Jesus he became restless and sleepless. That is why he brutally killed around two hundred infants. Today a similar killing is taking place; only the difference is that today they are killed in the womb.

Like Mother Mary, we should be able to see a savior in every child. Once, a devotee complained to God: “Why are you not giving us a doctor who can give medicine for Aids and cancer?” God replied: “I have sent two men into the world with the proper cure. But their parents did not allow them to see the light”. No child is born accidentally. Children are born with a mission and a task to be accomplished. Those who hinder this, in effect, act against the Divine plan. Sinners who repent should bear the fruits of conversion.

After the first fratricide in human history, God said to the murderer, Cain: “What have you done? Listen; your brother’s blood is crying out to me from the ground!”(Gen. 4:10). On another occasion He said: “And be sure your sin will find you out” (Num. 32:23). But still the merciful Lord gives us a string of hope, saying: “Have you sinned my child? Do so no more, but ask forgiveness for your past sins” (Sir. 21:1). “He does not deal with us according to our sins, nor repay us according to our iniquities” (Ps. 103:10). There is no dirt that cannot be cleansed by a bath in Christ’s blood. There is no wound that cannot be healed with the anointing of His blood.

Let us walk towards Him to be anointed with His blood which is the only antidote for all our infirmities and maladies! Let us resolve to side with the unborn innocent children. Let us pray for them. Let us intercede for them so that the Lord of life may save us from the clutches of this culture of death.

– – – written by Bro. Vineesh Joseph

September 25th, 2010

Baby Bible Christmas Storybook – Robin Currie

Baby Bible Christmas Storybook

The Baby Bible Christmas Storybook – by Robin Currie

An Interactive Christmas With Your Infant

The Baby Bible Storybook series offers a set of interactive teaching tools for parents to use with their children, from birth to three years old. The latest addition to this series, The Baby Bible Christmas Storybook, makes the birth of Jesus relevant for very young children through the use of colorful pictures, basic prayer and worship, and fun physical activities. It is never too early to introduce the truth of God’s Word to children, and the Christmas Storybook will enhance a child’s earliest experience of this very special family celebration.

Simple actions such as pointing to a specific facial feature or hand claps enable parents to have fun with their child while telling the Christmas story. Each story is brief and well-suited for short attention spans, and the small size of the books is perfect for little hands. Actions that accompany the story combine with simple vocabulary to make this series even more appropriate for very young children. Christmas Storybook introduces the idea of prayer and worship as part of the child’s daily life while also allowing parents to share the powerful truth of God’s Word.

Christmas Storybook would make a wonderful gift for new parents or serve as a memorable birthday or shower gift. This book would also be appropriate for use in church nurseries or church day-care facilities by creating teachable moments that are centered around events found in the Bible.

Teaching Bible stories can be a vital part of your infant’s early years with The Baby Bible Storybook series from David C Cook. The Baby Bible Christmas Storybook will soon become a favorite activity to be included in any family’s Christmas celebration.

Go here to see the full list of Christian books for children from Robin Currie.

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