Biblico-theological lexicon of New Testament Greek, tr. by D.W. Simon and W. Urwick

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Page 625 - And as we have borne the image of the earthly, we shall also bear the image of the heavenly.
Page 475 - Yea, in the way of thy judgments, O Lord, have we waited for thee; the desire of our soul is to thy name, and to the remembrance of thee.
Page v - appropriately speak of a language of the Holy Ghost For in the Bible it is evident that the Holy Spirit has been at work, moulding for itself a distinctively religious mode of expression out of the language of the country which it has chosen as its sphere, and transforming the linguistic elements which it found ready to hand, and even conceptions already existing, into a shape and form appropriate to itself and all its own.
Page 513 - ... (3) a fully assured and unswerving trust (and with this at the same time hope) in the God of salvation or in Christ.
Page 591 - The foxes have holes, and the birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has not where to lay his head.
Page 448 - Ood, but the doers of law [vdpov] shall 1 " The article is usually wanting in places where stress is laid, not upon its historical impress and outward form, but upon the conception itself ; not upon the law which God gave, but upon law as given by God, and as therefore the only one that is or can be.
Page 591 - Jesus is raised above the general mol avOp˙irtov, sons of men, and as given to Jesus by Himself it becomes a Messianic name, adopted by Him on account of the relation in which He stands as the promised " seed of the woman
Page iv - A language so highly elaborated and widely used as was Greek having been chosen as the organ of the Spirit of Christ, it necessarily followed that as Christianity fulfilled the aspirations of truth, the expressions of that language received a new meaning, and terms hackneyed and worn out by the current misuse of daily talk received a new impress and a fresh power. But as Christianity stands in express and obvious antithesis to the natural man (using this phrase in a...
Page 481 - The matter to be considered when rpaapi^av is used, is not iclto are the subjects of this predestination, but uliat they are predestined to. This second object of the verb, as it has been called, forms an essential part of the conception expressed by it ; what is called the first object, ie, the persons who, is an accidental one, a contingency belonging to history, whereas -poopi'fm
Page 174 - In its scriptural sense, both in the Old Testament and New Testament, righteousness is the state commanded by God, and standing the test of His judgment (compare II Cor. 3:9) , the character and acts of a man approved of Him, in virtue of which the man corresponds with Him and His will as his ideal and standard...

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