A Greek and English manual lexicon to the New Testament

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Page 97 - H rrt; y (I. / periodical course, a ministration to be performed after a certain period of days, or the family or class which were to atttnd such a periodical ministration, occ.
Page 33 - These were officers of a religious nature, who presided over the public games instituted in honour of the gods.
Page 6 - An enigma, in which one thing answers or stands in correspondence to, or as the representative of, another, which is in some respect similar to it.
Page 61 - His flesh the enmity, even the law of commandments contained in ordinances ; for to make in Himself of twain one new man, so making peace ; and that He might reconcile both unto God in one body by the cross, having slain the enmity thereby : and came and preached peace to you which were afar off, and to them which were nigh. For through Him \ve Loth have access by one Spirit unto the Father.
Page 28 - Атоо'ТЕЛЛа/, f. -A.U, (n'a and o-TsJUi) 1. to send as a messenger; 2. to send or drive away, (Mark xii. 3, 4.) 3. to send or thrust forth as a sickle among corn, (Mark iv. 29.) 1 ' A-jeoffTou, (что and oTgai, to bereave) 1.
Page 62 - ... closely connected with their persons, that no occurrence, temptation, or calamity should be able to strip them of it.
Page 126 - ... opinion, that this chance of eventual profit to the treasury, whereof the priests, and the leading men of the Pharisees had the management, contributed not a little to the establishment of such impious maxims. The words therefore, be it corban, or devoted, involve an imprecation against himself, if he shall ever bestow any thing to relieve the necessities of his parents.
Page 148 - Grace requires this ; the law of faith, the law of the spirit of life, the perfect law of liberty, requires love and charity ; love and every work which expresses it.
Page 11 - Athenxus, to confine prisoners not only by shutting them up in prison, but also by chaining their right arm to the left arm of a soldier who guarded them. Comp. Acts xxviii. 16, 20. xii. 6, and see Grotiui on those passages, and Lardner's Cred.
Page 111 - Kxfi, (xx-rx and i, which) 1. according to what, (2 Cor. viii. 12.) 2. according as, in as much as, as. Katebev, (хктх and A) altogether, entirely. K<W, я, tv,(xri and Л) universal, perpetual. K0o!rX/ai, (т and r-Xi'C) to arm well or all over.

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