Monthly Archives: December 2014

Word Study: Greece or Javan

The Hebrew word for Greece is “YaVaN” (Strongs 3120). Strongs 3121 is spelled the same in Hebrew and pronounced similarly with a meaning of “mud” or “miry clay”. Perhaps YaVaN means “the muddy one” having reference to the state of … Continue reading

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Word Study: Chaldeans or Babylonians

The Chaldeans in the OT are associated with the inhabitants of Babylon. The Hebrew word for “Chaldeans” is KeSeDiY (Strongs ,3679, 3777, 3778) meaning “the ones of KeSeD” or “the inhabitants of “KeSeD”. KeSeDiY is found 82 total times in the … Continue reading

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Word Study: Reckon

“For the One that has died, has been justified from sin. Now if we be dead with the Mashiach, we believe that we shall also live with Him, knowing that the Mashiach being raised from the dead die no more … Continue reading

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Two Perspectives: The World Without God Versus God Revealing Himself To People

God has revealed Himself to the chosen ones. The chosen ones are those whom God has given grace by His Will ( not our will) to accept the one true gospel. God reveals Himself to the chosen ones. God introduces … Continue reading

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Word Study: Gospel (Part 2): BaSaR and BeSeR

During a previous entry “Word Study: Gospel (Part 1)” (October 17, 2013) I explored the Greek words that are translated “good news” or godspell. In this study I will explore the Hebrew or Old Testament side of “good news” or “good … Continue reading

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Word Study: Parable

The word “parable” in the NT is an Anglicized Greek word and no translation at all. The Greek word (Strongs 3850) parabole is found 50 times in the NT: 46 times it is not translated and found as parable; figure … Continue reading

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