Collection of nascent idioms

Five loaves and two fish

We all know the miracle that Jesus did when he fed the crowd of five thousand with 5 loaves and two fish. As an idiom, it means moving from scarcity to poverty to abundance. Example: everyone wants 5 loaves and two pieces of fish. If an economy can thrive on 5 loaves and two pieces of fish, it will be wonderfully heavenly.

Wall of Jericho

Well everyone knows the famous event of the Israelites who marched seven times around the walls of Jericho and fell. It was a miraculous feat. As an idiom, mysmiley it means getting things done with little or no effort. Example: For me, teaching is a Jericho wall. Does Israel intend to build the temple with a view to the mosque as the Jericho wall?

Spatial effect

Kevin Spacey, the American director and producer, is accused of sexual assault on men. As an idiom, it means an older man who attracts younger men with sexual intent. Example: the spatial effect is becoming more and more important in the gay world. Will the courts offer impunity to those who have transgressed the Spacey effect?

Sword of the WORD

In the New Testament it is said that the word of God is a double-edged sword. As an idiom, it means the power of the word over brute force. Example: Mahatma Gandhi, the apostle of nonviolence, used the sword of the word in his protest to free the Indians from British colonial rule. Journalists embody the sword of the word when they risk covering the news.

From the mouth of the fish

From the fish’s mouth comes from the New Testament when Christ asks his disciple to take a coin from the fish’s mouth to pay taxes to Caesar. So we have the golden maxim: give me to Caesar what is his and give me what is mine. As an idiom, it means divine disposition for those suffering from financial problems. Example: I ask Christ to grant me a coin from the fish’s mouth. When will fish mouth occur in my life? Winning an international jackpot will be a fish mouth for the lucky one.

Davids Honda and Stone

We are all familiar with the biblical incident when the insignificant David with a sling and a stone killed the mighty Philistine Goliath. Because God David was chosen and gave David the power to accomplish the great feat. In idiomatic terms, it means doing your best with limited resources. Example: I wish I could use the sling and David’s stone in all difficult circumstances. Many writers make their works by adopting the sling and the stone of David.