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The word Paul used in Galatians is different from that in Matthew: O foolish (ἀνόητοι) Galatians! Who has bewitched you that you should not obey the truth, before whose eyes Jesus Christ was clearly portrayed among you as crucified? (Galatians 3:1 NKJV) But I say to you that whoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the ...


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Word order often confuses more than it clarifies in the minds of English speakers (myself included) trying to sort out Greek syntax. In typical Greek fashion, the inflection of the nominal elements takes priority. In this case, ἁγίου must be an attributive adjective modifying πνεύματός because ἁγίου is in the genitive case,1 so it modifies a noun in the ...


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Because God is both immanent and transcendent. He is omnipresent and not bound by the confines of His creation (transcendent). He is uniquely separate from His creation; thus He is not "hanging out in the clouds". But for those who are in Christ (to whom the scripture is addressed) He is also immanent--with them at all times through His indwelling. In ...


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Salmon (or Salma/Salmah) is certainly mentioned in the Old Testament as being a descendant of Judah and an ancestor of David: Nahshon was the father of Salmon, Salmon the father of Boaz - 1 Chronicles 2:11 NIV Which agrees with: ...Nahshon the father of Salmon, Salmon the father of Boaz... Ruth 4:20-21 NIV Where Matthew mentions Rahab, it is ...


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1. Question Restatement: As I understand it, the question is asking if "there I am in the midst of you", (Matthew 18:20) - should be interpreted figuratively or literally. 2. The Context - and The Greek Matthew 18:1 begins, stating that Jesus' Hebrew name is "Immanuel, God With Us", in reference to Isaiah: NASB, Isaiah 8:10 - Devise a plan, but it ...



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