A Greek and English lexicon of the New Testament

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Page 276 - For out of much affliction and anguish of heart I wrote unto you with many tears; not that ye should be grieved, but that ye might know the love which I have more abundantly unto you. 5 But if any have caused grief, he hath not grieved me, but in part: that I may not overcharge you all.
Page 93 - This a narrow, naked ridge of limestone rock, rising gradually from the northern end, and terminating abruptly on the south, over against the west end of the Acropolis, from which it bears about north, being separated from it by an elevated valley. This southern end is fifty or sixty feet above the said valley, though yet much lower than the Acropolis. On its top are still to be seen the seats of the judges and parties, hewn in the rock; and towards the south-west is a descent by a flight of steps,...
Page 93 - This is a narrow, naked ridge of lime-stone rock, rising gradually from the northern end, and terminating abruptly on the south, over against the west end of the Acropolis, from which it bears about north ; being separated from it by an elevated valley.
Page 39 - When the Pharisee who had invited him saw this he said to himself, "If this man were a prophet, he would know who and what sort of woman this is who is touching him, that she is a sinner.
Page 119 - The baptismal fonts still found among the ruins of the most ancient Greek churches in Palestine, as at Tekoa and Gophna, and going back apparently to very early times, are not large enough to admit of the baptism of adult persons by immersion ; and were obviously never intended for that use.
Page 121 - Messiah is described as a golden age, when the true religion, and with it the Jewish theocracy, should be re-established in more than pristine purity, and universal peace and happiness prevail, Dan.
Page 346 - Within this second court, was still the third or most sacred enclosure, which...
Page v - The language of the New Testament is the later Greek, as spoken by foreigners of the Hebrew stock, and applied by them to subjects on which it had never been employed by native Greeks.
Page 125 - She was first married to her uncle Herod, king of Chalcis; and after his death, in order to avoid the merited suspicion of incest with her brother Agrippa, she became the wife of Polemon, king of Cilicia. This connection being soon dissolved, she returned to her brother, and afterwards became mistress of Vespasian and Titus. BERO'THAH, BERO'THAI, a Syrian town, conquered by David, 2 Sam. 8:8; 1 Chr. 18:8 ; Ezek.
Page 169 - Testament, u £ia/3oXog appears as the constant enemy of God, of Christ, of the divine kingdom, of the followers of Christ, and of all truth ; full of falsehood and malice, and exciting and seducing to evil in every possible way.

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