ALMIGHTY (Heb. shadday, meaning uncertain). Gr. pantokratōr, all powerful. Used with el, Kurios, Theos, for identification (Gen.17.1), invocation (Gen.28.3), description (Ezek.10.5), praise (Rev.4.8). See also [[El Shaddai]]. International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915) ol-mit’-i: (1) (shaddai (Ge 17:1)): Found in the [[Old Testament]] forty-eight times, most of these in the [[Book of Job]]; it occurs either alone or in combination with ’el, "God"). The root meaning is uncertain. (2) (pantokrator), the exclusive translation of this Greek word in the [[New Testament]], found principally in Re (nine times), once besides (2Co 6:18). Its occurrence in the Apocrypha is frequent. See [[Names of God]].