Honorto esteem or regard highly
A.     Those worthy of:
God     1 Tim. 1:17
Christ     John 5:23
Parents     Eph. 6:2
Aged     1 Tim. 5:1, 3
Church officers     Phil. 2:25, 29
B.     Obtainable by:
Wisdom     Prov. 3:16
Graciousness     Prov. 11:16
Discipline     Prov. 13:18
Humility     Prov. 15:33
Peaceableness     Prov. 20:3
Righteousness and mercy     Prov. 21:21
Honoring God     1 Sam. 2:30
Serving Christ     John 12:26
C.     Those advanced to:
Joseph     Gen. 41:41–43
Phinehas     Num. 25:7–13
Joshua     Num. 27:18–20
Solomon     1 Kin. 3:13
Abishai     1 Chr. 11:20, 21
Daniel     Dan. 2:48
Mordecai     Esth. 8:15
Apostles     Matt. 19:27–29
Thomas Nelson Publishers: Nelson's Quick Reference Topical Bible Index. Nashville, Tenn. : Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1995 (Nelson's Quick Reference), S. 294
HONOR — esteem and respect. To honor God is to give Him reverence and homage, for God alone is worthy of our highest honor (1 Chr. 16:27; Rev. 4:9–11). Jesus makes it plain that one cannot honor the Father unless he also honors the Son (John 5:23). Esteem, honor, and respect should also be given to our spiritual leaders in the church “Let the elders who rule well be counted worthy of double honor, especially those who labor in the word and doctrine,” (1 Tim. 5:17; Heb. 13:7, KJV).
One of the Ten Commandments states, “Honor your father and your mother” (Ex. 20:12; Deut. 5:16). Jesus taught that to honor parents means to help them financially (Matt. 15:4–6).
Youngblood, Ronald F. ; Bruce, F. F. ; Harrison, R. K. ; Thomas Nelson Publishers: Nelson's New Illustrated Bible Dictionary. Nashville : T. Nelson, 1995