Today - Hebrew letters Yodh (pronounced like yohd, the vowel has more of an "oh" sound ) and Kaph (like the work cough) These are covered in verses 73 to 80 and 81 to 88 respectively. Yodh English Your hands made me and fashioned me;Give me understanding, that I may learn Your commandments.74 May those who fear You see … Continue reading Psalm 119:73-88
The new book list page is up! Take a look to see all that it contains. Expect further updates to come to this list! Use the above navigation to open it up and peruse the list.
Starting December 1st, there will be a post every day of the month of December. Each day the post could be something different. One day may be a quote, the next a bit of Greek, and the next more to the About Me or perhaps something entirely new. I'm in the process of prepping those … Continue reading Announcing – Posts Through the Holidays!
Today - erchomai In the Greek: ερχομαι Pronunciation (Erasmian): er - ch (like in the word loch) - oh - my Definition/approximate English equivalent: "to come" or "I come". It carries the idea of coming from somewhere or to make one's appearance known. Example of its use: John 1:7 (Tischendorf) - οὗτος ἦλθεν εἰς μαρτυρίαν, … Continue reading Greek Word: ερχομαι
Dictionary.com noun, plural her·e·sies. opinion or doctrine at variance with the orthodox or accepted doctrine, especially of a church or religious system. the maintaining of such an opinion or doctrine. Roman Catholic Church. the willful and persistent rejection of any article of faith by a baptized member of the church. any belief or theory that … Continue reading Heresy
Τhis first chart lays out the 4 sections of the quad chart. Each section is labeled with a referring letter (Α, Β, C, & D). These are commonly used to reference the endings used for the various verb forms (you can see these forms listed next to their respective letter below). As an example, the … Continue reading Greek Verb Endings Four-Quad Chart
In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. Such a simple sentence but with so much meaning bound up in it. "In the beginning..." - this is at the start of it all. The beginning of the created universe and with it comes the concept of time. "God created..." - this speaks volumes … Continue reading Genesis 1:1
Thanksgiving has come once again. With it comes a time to remember the many blessings we should be thankful to God for. In light of this season of thankfulness, here's a message that was given by my own pastor on the subject. http://www.faithbaptistorlando.com/resources/sermon/2018-11-18/a-psalm-for-thanksgiving Have a Happy Thanksgiving to all who participate and even if you … Continue reading In This Week of Thankfulness…
The following is a 28:30 minute video that I believe we all, as Christians, should take the time to consider. This gives you essential information to considering the situation as things currently stand among, especially, American Christianity. https://youtu.be/91jXXjkCKN4
Biblical Theology is a discipline of exegetical theology, one of the 4 that are part of what is called the "Encyclopedia of Theology" - Exegetical, Historical, Systematic, and Practical Theologies (Hagenbach). Etymonline.com biblical 1734, "pertaining to the Bible," from Bible + -ical. Related: Biblically. Earlier adjective was Biblic (1680s). Related: Biblicality. Discussion/Explanation Biblical theology is considered by some to be the capstone … Continue reading Biblical Theology