|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Heat.
2. (a.) That heats or imparts heat; promoting warmth or heat; exciting action; stimulating; as, heating medicines or applications.
Heating (4 Occurrences)
Isaiah 44:12 The iron-worker is heating the metal in the fire, giving it form with his hammers, and working on it with his strong arm: then for need of food his strength gives way, and for need of water he becomes feeble. (BBE)
Jeremiah 6:29 The blower is blowing strongly, the lead is burned away in the fire: they go on heating the metal to no purpose, for the evil-doers are not taken away. (BBE)
Ezekiel 22:20 As they put silver and brass and iron and lead and tin together inside the oven, heating up the fire on it to make it soft; so will I get you together in my wrath and in my passion, and, heating the fire with my breath, will make you soft. (BBE)
Ezekiel 24:10 Put on much wood, heating up the fire, boiling the flesh well, and making the soup thick, and let the bones be burned. (BBE)