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the wind is that wind of the day of Pentecost (acts 2:2) this Holy Ghost Power saturates the righteous, making them more righteous and condemns the refusing unrighteous when they refuse to confess while under conviction of their sins.


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Right. Mishpat justice/judgment means not only punishment for doing evil but also reward for doing good. Psalm 105:5 New International Version Remember the wonders he has done, his miracles, and the judgments he pronounced, This refers to the punitive judgments against the Egyptians and the gods of Egypt as well as God's pronounced positive miracles ...


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Love is represented in scriptures as an attribute of God a Christian virtue In this particular case, it's clearly the first case. According to The New Unger's Bible Dictionary (...) Love is the highest characteristic of God, the one attribute in which all others harmoniously blend. The love of God is more than kindness or benevolence. The latter may be ...


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The concept of God being "in us" and we being "in God" or "in Jesus" is frequent in the NT. here is a sample: John 14:20 - On that day you will know that I am in My Father, and you are in Me, and I am in you. John 15:4, 5 - Remain in Me, and I will remain in you. Just as no branch can bear fruit by itself unless it remains in ...


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What are the “elements” in “the elements will melt with fervent heat”? NKJV. 2 Peter 3:10 From Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words (On-line) 1: στοιχεῖον "elements" (Strong's #4747 — Noun Neuter — stoicheion — stoy-khi'-on ) In the NT it is used of (a) the substance of the material world, 2 Peter 3:10,12 ; (b) the delusive speculations of ...


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The "elements" are simply all the things that comprise the surface of the Earth. Most of the Bible's holy festivals are based on a common theme of harvest, a metaphor for God harvesting the saved from humanity and burning the remnants. (Separating the wheat from the chaff.) John was given a vision of this end-time harvest: And another angel came ...


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'My' two witnesses would mean two persons testifying on behalf of the person speaking : saying 'my'. In the context of the entirety of scripture (old and new testament) the 'testimony' is the gospel. The Greek word martus can mean either 'witness' or 'testimony'. In the KJV the root noun is translated 'witness' 29 times, 'matryr' twice and 'record' three ...


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The operative word translated "witness" is μάρτυς (martys) is one who gives testimony about what that person has seen, heard or experienced personally. Thayer's lexicon for this word is given the appendix below. In the case of Rev 11:3, the witnesses are testifying about Jesus in some sense. These two witnesses are called the following: They ...


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This peace was announced by the angel to the shepherds when Jesus was born. Luke 2:11 Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord. 12This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger.” 13Suddenly a great company of the heavenly host appeared with the angel, praising God and ...


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In Aristotelian terms peace is per definition that for the reason of which wars are waged. Thus, peace is causa finalis, or final cause of war. Now, the peace that a Christian will gain in God is the outcome of his war against the reign of sin and Satan, who acts in and through the sin and foments it. When a Christian fights against sin and Satan through the ...


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This peace is the reconciliation with God that we can have because of Christ's propitiatory work for us. Paul goes on to say in this chapter: Romans 5:6-11: You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to ...


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Peace / Shalom (שָׁלֽוֹם) is living in Compliance with unchanging moral principles (Torah, תוֹרָה). Jesus explains Peace is achieved by maintaining purity & healthy relationships [Mark 9:50] : “Salt is good, but if it loses its saltiness, how can you make it salty again? Have salt among yourselves, and be at peace with each other.” By fulfilling the ...


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I assume the OP is asking about the word ὅτε (hote) in the phrase: ἀπειθήσασίν ποτε ὅτε ἀπεξεδέχετο ἡ τοῦ Θεοῦ μακροθυμία ἐν ἡμέραις Νῶε κατασκευαζομένης κιβωτοῦ of 1 Peter 3:20. I would translate this phrase as: having disobeyed at one time, when the longsuffering of God was waiting in the days of Noah, the ark being prepared ... Thus, the "when&...


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in which also to the spirits in prison having gone he did preach, who sometime disbelieved, when once the long-suffering of God did wait, in days of Noah -- an ark being preparing -- in which few, that is, eight souls, were saved through water; [1 Peter 3:19-20 YLT] Young's Literal Translation more clearly indicates that the spirits are identified by ...


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The Greek word kosmos simply means "an apt and harmonious arrangement or constitution, order, government". That is the first meaning according to The NAS New Testament Greek Lexicon. The last definition is: "any aggregate or general collection of particulars of any sort" and the editor gives his examples: "the Gentiles as ...


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Can't go wrong with Keil and Delitzsch. Genesis 38:15-18 When Judah saw her here and took her for a harlot, he made her an offer, and gave her his signet-ring, with the band ( פּתיל ) by which it was hung round his neck, and his staff, as a pledge of the young buck-goat which he offered her. They were both objects of value, and were regarded as ornaments in ...


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The answer is that the Hebrew word for arm זְרֹע is a female noun, regardless of who's arm it is. If I were to use the words זרע יצחק meaning Isaac's arm, it would still be a female noun. The word hand and arm are often used to mean power and force. It says that G-d brought Israel out of Egypt ביד חזקה ובזרע נטויה "with a strong hand and an outstretched ...


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As Strauss wrote, “Nouns in Greek do not change their gender.”1 The Greek noun ἐκκλησία has a feminine grammatical gender which never changes. Footnotes         1 p. 60 References Strauss, Mark L. The Biblical Greek Companion for Bible Software Users. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2016.


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Romans 11:35 Berean Study Bible “Who has first given to God, that God should repay him?” has first given προέδωκεν (proedōken) Verb - Aorist Indicative Active - 3rd Person Singular Strong's Greek 4272: To give before, give forth, betray. From pro and didomi; to give before the other party has given. This Greek word occurs exactly once in the Bible. The προ ...


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SACRIFICE - JewishEncyclopedia.com: Terumah: … Where terumah or heaving was prescribed, the part subject to this rite was moved perpendicularly down and up, or up and down. In tenufah or waving the motion was horizontal from left to right or vice versa Samaritan: … others again served as slaughterers and sprinkled the blood of the victims on the altar; ...


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(This doesn't directly answer the question about Greek grammar, but it should provide a context in which the translation will make most sense.) The Crucifixion day was known as the "day of preparation": And now when the even was come, because it was the preparation, that is, the day before the sabbath, — Mark 15:42 And that day was the preparation,...


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