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Can some of these question be eliminated by the forms of the Greek Words used? Yes. Understanding how to get accurate definitions of Greek words will really help on this: Don't use Strong's dictionary if you want accurate definitions of Greek words. Strong's concordance is OK if you don't know the Greek alphabet and need to look up the Strong's code ...


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This is like asking why λογος or λογον means "reason" or "mind" in one place and "word" in another, or even "treatise" as in Acts 1:1. It would come out absurd to pick one definition from the semantic range and always use it, so as to translate Acts 1:1 "The former mind I composed..." rather than "The former treatise I composed..." One might could get away ...


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The Hebrew Words for the Spirit Coming on People In both Testaments, the Holy Spirit comes upon people to empower them for acts they could not do themselves or at the very least could not do as well themselves as when empowered. While many of the references are to God's Spirit empowering to prophesy (and most people seem to default to this example), the ...


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I have no problem with the verbs used. תצלח can mean "rested" upon or "came" upon or "passed upon" which are some of the translations that the Complete Jewish Bible (with Rashi Commentary) translates it. I think you're confused by the verbs because you're dealing with a Christian concept of the Holy Spirit being something of an entity, which I think is ...


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Exodus 3:15 HCSB God also said to Moses, “Say this to the Israelites: Yahweh, the God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, has sent me to you. This is My name forever; this is how I am to be remembered in every generation. God has further revealed himself by his singular name, but did he change his name "YHWH". Did ...


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Logical Formation The Biblical Meaning to the Word Spirit The Rendering of Judges 14:19ab Understanding the Usage of the Word "Empowers" Rendering Judges 14:19a w/ Alternate Synonyms The Rendering of Judges 6:34 The Biblical Meaning to the Word Spirit The Hebrew word for spirit is (ר֣וּחַ) (ר֣וּחַ) means wind. The Greek word used for the word Spirit ...



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