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Spiritual Growth: (#1) Ingredients
The key word in the book of 2 Peter is “knowledge.” It appears in some form 16 times [knowledge (1:2, 1:3; 1:5; 1:6; 1:8; 2:20; 3:18); know(s) (1:12; 2:9; 3:17); knowing (1:14; 1:20; 3:3); known (1:16; 2:21 x2)]. Value is … Continue reading
Posted in Bible Study, christian growth, Endurance, Faith, Love, Textual study, Word Study Tagged 2 Peter 1, 2 Peter 1:5-11, add to your faith, agape, agape owed to christian brethren, agape owed to enemies, agape owed to family, agape owed to humanity, agsapao, arete, arndt gingrich, babes in Christ, book what is this thing called love?, brotherly affection, brotherly kindness, courage, diligence, egkrateia, Endurance, entrance supplied abundantly, esv, eusebeia, faith, faith and knowledge, gnosis, godliness, Guy N. Woods, heaven assured, hugo mccord's translation, hupomonen, ingredients of spiritual growth, knowledge, knowledge 16 times in 2 Peter, love, love of the brethren, manliness, moral fiber, neither barren nor unfruitful, nelson m. smith, niv, patience, perseverance, philadelphian, productive christian, reverence, rsv, self control, spoude, steadfastness, temperance, thayer, the christian graces, us v. you, vine's, virtue, wayne jackson, well devout, zeal, zondervan's parallel new testament Leave a comment
“And the word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth” (John 1:14). “No one has seen God at any time. The only … Continue reading
Posted in Jesus, Phrase Study, Word Study Tagged 1 John 4:9, 1 Timothy 3:16, agapetos, asv, beloved or only begotten, christians are begotton by God but they are not only begotten, christians are the sons of God but not the only begotten, esv, five occurrances of only begotten, genos or gennaoo, Hebrews 11:17, hugo mccord's translation, isaac was abraham's only begotten, Jesus is God's only begotten, John 1:14, John 1:18, John 3:16, John 3:18, john's writtings, kjv, Luke 7:12, Luke 8:41-42, Luke 9:38, mono, monogeneses, murdock, nasb, nine occurrences of original term, niv, nkjv, nrsv, only begotten son, only son, only son or only begotten, peshitta syriac translation, robert taylor jr., rsv, studies in book of John, the book of John, tranlations, unique son, unique son or only begotten, versions of the Bible, virgin birth, what about ishmael Leave a comment
Prophecy: Virgin Birth – A Study of Isaiah 7:1-16 (Part 2)
“Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign: Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel. Curds and honey he shall eat, that he may know to refuse the evil and choose … Continue reading
Posted in Jesus, Prophecy, Textual study, Word Study Tagged 1 Kings 13:1-3, 1992, 2 Kings 16, 2 Kings 23:15, ahaz, Alan Highers, allen macrae, almah, asv, bethulah, book handbook of bible translations, damsel, dual fulfillment, edward j. young, esv, g. t. wenhem, gary workman, Genesis 24:16, Isaiah 7, Isaiah 8:1-4, ISBE, j. a. douglas, Joel 1:8, Judges 21:12, kjv, lxx, mais, mary, nasb, neb, new bible dictionary, niv, nkjv, nlt, nrsv, parthenos, prophecy, r. laird harris, robert gromacki, rsv, shenandoah, sign, the restorer, virgin, virgin birth, virgin or young woman Leave a comment
Faith, Hope, Love – Part 6
Paul did not define agape love as an abstract idea in philosophical terms. He was much more practical. He taught how agape love behaves. 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 1. “Love suffers long” (NKJV). It is “patient” (NASB, ESV). Christian love does … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Hope, Love, Word Study Tagged 1 Corinthians 13, 1 Corinthians 13:4-7, book the more excellent way, esv, how love behaves, hugo mccord's translation, j.w. shepherd, kjv, love, love does not act unbecomingly, love does not behave rudely, love does not boast, love does not brag, love does not envy, love does not parade itself, love does not seek its own, love is kind, love is not arrogant, love is not easily provokes, love is not irritable, love is not provoked, love is not puffed up, love is not self seeking, love is not selfish, love is patient, love suffers long, nasb, nkjv, rsv, steve williams, strong's, thayer, useful, vines Leave a comment