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The best explanation is that the text is saying exactly what it appears to be saying. Vine's entry, for example, on the root αἰτέω says to ask," is to be distinguished from No. 2. Aiteo more frequently suggests the attitude of a suppliant, the petition of one who is lesser in position than he to whom the petition is made; e.g., in the case of men in ...


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This is a snippet from the Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary: A double minded man,.... A man of two souls, or of a double heart, that speaks and asks with an heart, and an heart, as in Psalm 12:2 who halts between two opinions, and is at an uncertainty what to do or say, and is undetermined what to ask for; or who is not sincere and upright in ...


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The original Greek is rightfully translated as 'one another' in this verse. 253 ἀλλήλων (allēlōn), dat. οις (ois), acc. ους (ous): prn. (reciprocal); ≡ Str 240—LN 92.26 each other, one another;a pronoun which marks reciprocation between two persons or groups (Jn. 13:34–35; Ro. 12:10, 16; 1Co. 12:25; Eph. 4:2, 32; Heb. 10:24; Jas. 4:11; 5:9, 16) (A ...


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Viktor Frankl once quoted Friedrich Nietzsche as follows - “He who has a why to live for, can bear almost any how.” I can see in these words a motto which holds true for any psychotherapy. In the Nazi concentration camps, one could have witnessed that those who knew that there was a task waiting for them to fulfill were most apt to survive. Those ...



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