Biblification is a technique of hermeneutics where meanings of the Bible are taken from their context and applied in real life. Jesus said: if you have faith as small as mustard seed: you can cast the mountain into sea. Faith as a Mustard seed is a simile. Lord Teach me to have faith as small as a mustard seed. Yes, we have to affirm that faith can achieve all things. In the psalms it is said: ‘The Lord God will give the continents as present and the nations as a gift’. What a marvelous of prosperity it is. It is said in Isaiah: ‘I will give you the treasures of darkness and the riches hidden in secret places.’
Lexiphor after lexicon and metaphor is a new figure of speech where a word is used to portray two shades of meaning. Example: He is a shallow person. The water in the river is shallow.
I bring this new term again and I hope in future it will be considered as literary device. Lexical Polygamy is the literal absorption of the meaning of a text (claiming the meaning) by not taking into account the contextual significance. For example in the Bible in Psalms it says: ‘I the Lord will give you the nations as a present and the continents as a gift’. What a marvelous verse and I have written it in my purse and I keep reading it every day.