A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament: Being Grimm's Wilke's Clavis Novi Testamenti

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Harper & Brothers, 1889 - Bible - 728 pages
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OCLC: 3199574
Related Subjects: Greek language, Biblical -- Dictionaries -- English. | Bible. -- N.T. -- Dictionaries.

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Page 94 - Christians and adjusted to the nature and contents of their religion, viz., an immersion in water performed as a sign of the removal of sin, and administered to those who, impelled by a desire for salvation, sought admission to the benefits of the Messiah's kingdom. With eis to mark the element into which the immersion is made; en with the dative of the thing in which one is immersed.
Page 367 - Revellings is from komos which refers to "a nocturnal and riotous procession of half-drunken and frolicsome fellows who after supper parade through the streets with torches and music in honor of Bacchus or some other deity, and sing and play before the houses of their male and female friends; hence used generally of feasts and drinking parties that are protracted till late at night and indulge in revelry" (Thayer) . The word do is from prasso which means "to do, to practice.
Page 182 - God and being content with its earthly lot of whatever sort that is, that peace] which transcends all understanding shall garrison and mount guard over your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.
Page 94 - Properly to dip repeatedly, to immerse, submerge. 2. To cleanse by dipping or submerging, to wash, to make clean with water; in the mid. and the 1 aor.
Page 382 - John, denotes the essential Word of God, Jesus Christ, the personal wisdom and power in union with God, his minister in creation and government of the universe, the cause of all the world's life both physical and ethical, which for the procurement of man's salvation put on human nature in the person of Jesus the Messiah, the second person in the Godhead, and shone forth conspicuously from His words and deeds.
Page 94 - Baptist, afterward by Christ's command received by Christians and adjusted to the contents and nature of their religion, viz., an immersion in water, performed as a sign of the removal of sin, and administered to those who, impelled by a desire for salvation, sought admission to the benefits of the Messiah's...
Page 123 - Sa^ovi^o^voi are persons afflicted with especially severe diseases, either bodily or mental (such as paralysis, blindness, deafness, loss of speech, epilepsy, melancholy, insanity, etc.), whose bodies, in the opinion of the Jews, demons (see...
Page 123 - ... had entered, and so held possession of them as not only to afflict them with ills, but also to dethrone the reason and take its place themselves; accordingly the possessed were wont to express the mind and consciousness of the demons dwelling in them; and their cure was thought to require the expulsion of the demon.
Page 113 - If one teaches the son of his neighbor the law, the Scripture reckons this the same as though he had begotten him.
Page 159 - Inherent power, power residing in a thing by virtue of its nature, or which a person or thing exerts and puts forth 3.

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