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  1. 4
      00-tW_front&back/tW-1-Intro.md
  2. 16
      00-tW_front&back/tW-3-Appendix.md
  3. 2
      bible/kt/abomination.md
  4. 2
      bible/kt/amen.md
  5. 2
      bible/kt/anoint.md
  6. 3
      bible/kt/antichrist.md
  7. 5
      bible/kt/appoint.md
  8. 2
      bible/kt/ark.md
  9. 4
      bible/kt/authority.md
  10. 2
      bible/kt/believe.md
  11. 2
      bible/kt/beloved.md
  12. 2
      bible/kt/blasphemy.md
  13. 4
      bible/kt/body.md
  14. 4
      bible/kt/bond.md
  15. 4
      bible/kt/call.md
  16. 2
      bible/kt/children.md
  17. 12
      bible/kt/christ.md
  18. 2
      bible/kt/circumcise.md
  19. 2
      bible/kt/command.md
  20. 2
      bible/kt/compassion.md
  21. 2
      bible/kt/consecrate.md
  22. 5
      bible/kt/discipline.md
  23. 4
      bible/kt/dominion.md
  24. 2
      bible/kt/eternity.md
  25. 4
      bible/kt/evil.md
  26. 2
      bible/kt/exhort.md
  27. 2
      bible/kt/faithful.md
  28. 3
      bible/kt/faithless.md
  29. 2
      bible/kt/falsegod.md
  30. 8
      bible/kt/fear.md
  31. 4
      bible/kt/fellowship.md
  32. 2
      bible/kt/filled.md
  33. 2
      bible/kt/foolish.md
  34. 2
      bible/kt/forgive.md
  35. 2
      bible/kt/forsaken.md
  36. 2
      bible/kt/fulfill.md
  37. 4
      bible/kt/gift.md
  38. 2
      bible/kt/god.md
  39. 2
      bible/kt/godthefather.md
  40. 7
      bible/kt/good.md
  41. 4
      bible/kt/goodnews.md
  42. 2
      bible/kt/grace.md
  43. 2
      bible/kt/guilt.md
  44. 2
      bible/kt/highpriest.md
  45. 10
      bible/kt/holy.md
  46. 5
      bible/kt/honor.md
  47. 2
      bible/kt/inherit.md
  48. 4
      bible/kt/iniquity.md
  49. 2
      bible/kt/innocent.md
  50. 2
      bible/kt/jealous.md
  51. 10
      bible/kt/jesus.md
  52. 8
      bible/kt/judge.md
  53. 4
      bible/kt/justice.md
  54. 2
      bible/kt/lamb.md
  55. 2
      bible/kt/lament.md
  56. 4
      bible/kt/lawofmoses.md
  57. 8
      bible/kt/life.md
  58. 4
      bible/kt/lord.md
  59. 2
      bible/kt/majesty.md
  60. 7
      bible/kt/mercy.md
  61. 2
      bible/kt/minister.md
  62. 5
      bible/kt/name.md
  63. 5
      bible/kt/perish.md
  64. 4
      bible/kt/power.md
  65. 2
      bible/kt/priest.md
  66. 2
      bible/kt/promise.md
  67. 5
      bible/kt/prophet.md
  68. 3
      bible/kt/psalm.md
  69. 6
      bible/kt/purify.md
  70. 2
      bible/kt/reconcile.md
  71. 2
      bible/kt/redeem.md
  72. 2
      bible/kt/remnant.md
  73. 3
      bible/kt/repent.md
  74. 4
      bible/kt/restore.md
  75. 5
      bible/kt/reveal.md
  76. 5
      bible/kt/righteous.md
  77. 2
      bible/kt/sanctuary.md
  78. 4
      bible/kt/save.md
  79. 4
      bible/kt/sign.md
  80. 5
      bible/kt/spirit.md
  81. 2
      bible/kt/stone.md
  82. 2
      bible/kt/tabernacle.md
  83. 5
      bible/kt/temple.md
  84. 2
      bible/kt/tempt.md
  85. 4
      bible/kt/test.md
  86. 2
      bible/kt/testimony.md
  87. 5
      bible/kt/true.md
  88. 4
      bible/kt/trust.md
  89. 2
      bible/kt/willofgod.md
  90. 4
      bible/kt/wise.md
  91. 2
      bible/kt/wordofgod.md
  92. 5
      bible/kt/works.md
  93. 2
      bible/kt/worship.md
  94. 5
      bible/kt/worthy.md
  95. 2
      bible/kt/zealous.md
  96. 14
      bible/names/abimelech.md
  97. 4
      bible/names/asherim.md
  98. 2
      bible/names/carmel.md
  99. 2
      bible/names/cush.md
  100. 2
      bible/names/dan.md
  101. 2
      bible/names/edom.md
  102. 2
      bible/names/gad.md
  103. 2
      bible/names/gaza.md
  104. 2
      bible/names/ham.md
  105. 4
      bible/names/hamor.md
  106. 2
      bible/names/hebron.md
  107. 2
      bible/names/herodantipas.md
  108. 2
      bible/names/jacob.md
  109. 2
      bible/names/jehoram.md
  110. 2
      bible/names/johnmark.md
  111. 2
      bible/names/judah.md
  112. 2
      bible/names/kidronvalley.md
  113. 2
      bible/names/kingdomofisrael.md
  114. 8
      bible/names/maacah.md
  115. 2
      bible/names/mishael.md
  116. 4
      bible/names/peter.md
  117. 2
      bible/names/philistines.md
  118. 2
      bible/names/pilate.md
  119. 2
      bible/names/reuben.md
  120. 2
      bible/names/sarah.md
  121. 3
      bible/names/sharon.md
  122. 2
      bible/names/simonthezealot.md
  123. 12
      bible/names/succoth.md
  124. 2
      bible/names/tamar.md
  125. 3
      bible/names/tarshish.md
  126. 2
      bible/names/zebulun.md
  127. 2
      bible/other/12tribesofisrael.md
  128. 2
      bible/other/accuse.md
  129. 2
      bible/other/acquit.md
  130. 6
      bible/other/admonish.md
  131. 4
      bible/other/adversary.md
  132. 2
      bible/other/afflict.md
  133. 2
      bible/other/age.md
  134. 2
      bible/other/alarm.md
  135. 4
      bible/other/altarofincense.md
  136. 6
      bible/other/amazed.md
  137. 2
      bible/other/angry.md
  138. 2
      bible/other/anguish.md
  139. 4
      bible/other/armor.md
  140. 4
      bible/other/assembly.md
  141. 4
      bible/other/assign.md
  142. 4
      bible/other/astray.md
  143. 2
      bible/other/avenge.md
  144. 5
      bible/other/barren.md
  145. 4
      bible/other/bear.md
  146. 2
      bible/other/beg.md
  147. 2
      bible/other/betray.md
  148. 2
      bible/other/biblicaltimewatch.md
  149. 2
      bible/other/bow.md
  150. 4
      bible/other/bronze.md
  151. 3
      bible/other/castout.md
  152. 4
      bible/other/census.md
  153. 3
      bible/other/chaff.md
  154. 2
      bible/other/chief.md
  155. 2
      bible/other/clan.md
  156. 4
      bible/other/clothed.md
  157. 2
      bible/other/comfort.md
  158. 4
      bible/other/commander.md
  159. 2
      bible/other/commit.md
  160. 4
      bible/other/confidence.md
  161. 2
      bible/other/consume.md
  162. 2
      bible/other/contempt.md
  163. 4
      bible/other/corrupt.md
  164. 7
      bible/other/counselor.md
  165. 4
      bible/other/courage.md
  166. 2
      bible/other/cry.md
  167. 2
      bible/other/cutoff.md
  168. 2
      bible/other/death.md
  169. 5
      bible/other/deceive.md
  170. 4
      bible/other/declare.md
  171. 4
      bible/other/decree.md
  172. 5
      bible/other/dedicate.md
  173. 4
      bible/other/deliverer.md
  174. 2
      bible/other/descendant.md
  175. 2
      bible/other/desert.md
  176. 4
      bible/other/desolate.md
  177. 6
      bible/other/destroyer.md
  178. 3
      bible/other/detestable.md
  179. 2
      bible/other/disgrace.md
  180. 3
      bible/other/dishonor.md
  181. 4
      bible/other/divination.md
  182. 2
      bible/other/donkey.md
  183. 2
      bible/other/dung.md
  184. 2
      bible/other/earth.md
  185. 4
      bible/other/enslave.md
  186. 6
      bible/other/envy.md
  187. 4
      bible/other/evildoer.md
  188. 2
      bible/other/falsewitness.md
  189. 4
      bible/other/family.md
  190. 2
      bible/other/famine.md
  191. 2
      bible/other/father.md
  192. 2
      bible/other/feast.md
  193. 3
      bible/other/festival.md
  194. 2
      bible/other/fire.md
  195. 7
      bible/other/foreigner.md
  196. 2
      bible/other/foundation.md
  197. 3
      bible/other/fountain.md
  198. 2
      bible/other/free.md
  199. 2
      bible/other/fruit.md
  200. 2
      bible/other/gate.md
  201. 2
      bible/other/giant.md
  202. 5
      bible/other/gird.md
  203. 2
      bible/other/glean.md
  204. 4
      bible/other/goat.md
  205. 2
      bible/other/governor.md
  206. 2
      bible/other/grain.md
  207. 2
      bible/other/grape.md
  208. 2
      bible/other/hand.md
  209. 5
      bible/other/hard.md
  210. 7
      bible/other/harp.md
  211. 2
      bible/other/harvest.md
  212. 2
      bible/other/haughty.md
  213. 2
      bible/other/head.md
  214. 2
      bible/other/heal.md
  215. 2
      bible/other/hour.md
  216. 1
      bible/other/house.md
  217. 4
      bible/other/humiliate.md
  218. 3
      bible/other/image.md
  219. 2
      bible/other/imitate.md
  220. 2
      bible/other/inquire.md
  221. 5
      bible/other/joy.md
  222. 2
      bible/other/kin.md
  223. 4
      bible/other/king.md
  224. 2
      bible/other/kingdom.md
  225. 4
      bible/other/know.md
  226. 4
      bible/other/labor.md
  227. 4
      bible/other/laborpains.md
  228. 2
      bible/other/law.md
  229. 2
      bible/other/light.md
  230. 2
      bible/other/like.md
  231. 2
      bible/other/lots.md
  232. 4
      bible/other/lowly.md
  233. 3
      bible/other/lust.md
  234. 10
      bible/other/lute.md
  235. 5
      bible/other/magic.md
  236. 2
      bible/other/meek.md
  237. 4
      bible/other/mighty.md
  238. 8
      bible/other/mind.md
  239. 7
      bible/other/mock.md
  240. 5
      bible/other/mourn.md
  241. 2
      bible/other/multiply.md
  242. 4
      bible/other/oath.md
  243. 2
      bible/other/obey.md
  244. 5
      bible/other/official.md
  245. 2
      bible/other/offspring.md
  246. 2
      bible/other/oil.md
  247. 4
      bible/other/ordain.md
  248. 2
      bible/other/ordinance.md
  249. 5
      bible/other/overseer.md
  250. 4
      bible/other/overtake.md
  251. 2
      bible/other/palm.md
  252. 4
      bible/other/partial.md
  253. 2
      bible/other/patient.md
  254. 2
      bible/other/patriarchs.md
  255. 2
      bible/other/peace.md
  256. 2
      bible/other/peoplegroup.md
  257. 4
      bible/other/perfect.md
  258. 3
      bible/other/persecute.md
  259. 2
      bible/other/perverse.md
  260. 3
      bible/other/pierce.md
  261. 5
      bible/other/plead.md
  262. 3
      bible/other/pledge.md
  263. 4
      bible/other/possess.md
  264. 4
      bible/other/praise.md
  265. 2
      bible/other/precious.md
  266. 4
      bible/other/prey.md
  267. 3
      bible/other/prison.md
  268. 6
      bible/other/profit.md
  269. 4
      bible/other/prosper.md
  270. 2
      bible/other/prostitute.md
  271. 2
      bible/other/proverb.md
  272. 2
      bible/other/prudent.md
  273. 4
      bible/other/punish.md
  274. 4
      bible/other/push.md
  275. 4
      bible/other/qualify.md
  276. 5
      bible/other/rage.md
  277. 4
      bible/other/raise.md
  278. 4
      bible/other/rebuke.md
  279. 4
      bible/other/receive.md
  280. 2
      bible/other/refuge.md
  281. 4
      bible/other/reject.md
  282. 5
      bible/other/report.md
  283. 5
      bible/other/rest.md
  284. 2
      bible/other/return.md
  285. 4
      bible/other/reward.md
  286. 2
      bible/other/royal.md
  287. 4
      bible/other/ruin.md
  288. 2
      bible/other/ruler.md
  289. 4
      bible/other/run.md
  290. 4
      bible/other/sacrifice.md
  291. 2
      bible/other/seal.md
  292. 6
      bible/other/seek.md
  293. 4
      bible/other/seize.md
  294. 3
      bible/other/selfcontrol.md
  295. 5
      bible/other/send.md
  296. 2
      bible/other/serpent.md
  297. 7
      bible/other/servant.md
  298. 2
      bible/other/shrewd.md
  299. 2
      bible/other/siege.md
  300. 4
      bible/other/slain.md
  301. 2
      bible/other/slander.md
  302. 4
      bible/other/sleep.md
  303. 3
      bible/other/snare.md
  304. 2
      bible/other/sorcery.md
  305. 4
      bible/other/spear.md
  306. 4
      bible/other/splendor.md
  307. 2
      bible/other/storehouse.md
  308. 5
      bible/other/strength.md
  309. 3
      bible/other/strife.md
  310. 2
      bible/other/suffer.md
  311. 3
      bible/other/sword.md
  312. 2
      bible/other/tax.md
  313. 3
      bible/other/tent.md
  314. 2
      bible/other/terror.md
  315. 5
      bible/other/thief.md
  316. 2
      bible/other/thresh.md
  317. 2
      bible/other/time.md
  318. 2
      bible/other/tongue.md
  319. 2
      bible/other/torment.md
  320. 5
      bible/other/trample.md
  321. 2
      bible/other/tremble.md
  322. 7
      bible/other/trial.md
  323. 2
      bible/other/tribe.md
  324. 4
      bible/other/tribulation.md
  325. 2
      bible/other/tribute.md
  326. 6
      bible/other/trouble.md
  327. 3
      bible/other/turn.md
  328. 5
      bible/other/understand.md
  329. 2
      bible/other/vain.md
  330. 2
      bible/other/vine.md
  331. 3
      bible/other/warrior.md
  332. 2
      bible/other/waste.md
  333. 6
      bible/other/watch.md
  334. 2
      bible/other/watchtower.md
  335. 2
      bible/other/well.md
  336. 2
      bible/other/word.md
  337. 4
      bible/other/wrong.md
  338. 32
      tWs_for_PDFs/tWs_for_OT_PDF.txt

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@ -32,9 +32,9 @@ The Translation Words presented in the Translation Helps pdfs for each book of t
## Viewing
To read or print the complete translationWords, see the ULB Translation Words project on Bible in Every Language (https://door43.org/u/WycliffeAssociates/en_tw/1d67e2a43b/index.html).
To read or print the complete Translation Words, see the ULB Translation Words project on Bible in Every Language (https://door43.org/u/WycliffeAssociates/en_tw/1d67e2a43b/index.html).
## Appendix to Translation Words
You can learn more about the Translation words in the [[rc://en_tw/00-About_tW/tW-3-Appendix.md]]. It has How to use Translation Words and Additional Contributors to Translation Words.
You can learn more about the Translation Words in the [[rc://en_tw/00-About_tW/tW-3-Appendix.md]]. It has How to use Translation Words and Additional Contributors to Translation Words.

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@ -2,24 +2,24 @@
## How to use the Translation Words
In order to use translationWords, follow these steps:
In order to use Translation Words, follow these steps:
1. Identify the important words and any words in the source text that are ambiguous or difficult to understand.
1. Look at the section called "translationWords."
1. Look at the section called "Translation Words."
1. Find the words that you identified as important or difficult, and click on the first one.
1. Read the translationWords entry for that word.
1. After reading the definition, read the Bible passage again, thinking about the definition that you read in translationWords.
1. Read the Translation Words entry for that word.
1. After reading the definition, read the Bible passage again, thinking about the definition that you read in Translation Words.
1. Think of possible ways to translate the word in your language that fit the Bible context and the definition. It can be helpful to compare words and phrases in your language that have similar meaning and try each one.
1. Choose the one that you think is best and write it down.
1. Repeat the above steps for other translationWords that you identified.
1. When you have thought of a good translation for each of the translationWords, then translate the whole passage.
1. Repeat the above steps for other words that you identified.
1. When you have thought of a good translation for each of the words, then translate the whole passage.
1. Test your translated passage by reading it to others. Change to a different word or phrase in places where others do not understand the meaning.
Once you have found a good translation for **a particular use of** a translationWord, you should use it consistently throughout the translation. If you find a place where that translation does not fit, then think through the process again. It could be that a word with similar meaning will fit better in the new context. Keep track of which word or words you are using to translate each translationWord and make this information available to everyone on the translation team. This will help everyone on the translation team to know which words they should be using.
Once you have found a good translation for **a particular use of** a word, you should use it consistently throughout the translation. If you find a place where that translation does not fit, then think through the process again. It could be that a word with similar meaning will fit better in the new context. Keep track of which word or words you are using to translate each word and make this information available to everyone on the translation team. This will help everyone on the translation team to know which words they should be using.
## Unknown Ideas
Sometimes a translationWord refers to a thing or custom that is unknown in the target language. Possible solutions are to use a descriptive phrase, substitute something similar, use a foreign word from another language, use a more general word or use more specific words. See the lesson on [Translate Unknowns](../translate-unknown/01.md) for more information. **Chris, I assumed that the tNs for every book of the Bible have at least one link to "Translate Unknowns" and that it will show up in every TranslationHelps pdf. But I was wrong. The tNs for 28 book do not have this link.)**
Sometimes a word refers to a thing or custom that is unknown in the target language. Possible solutions are to use a descriptive phrase, substitute something similar, use a foreign word from another language, use a more general word or use more specific words. See the lesson on [Translate Unknowns](../translate-unknown/01.md) for more information. **Chris, I assumed that the tNs for every book of the Bible have at least one link to "Translate Unknowns" and that it will show up in every TranslationHelps pdf. But I was wrong. The tNs for 28 books do not have this link.)**
## Decisions Concerning Translation Words
Translation Words does not have an entry for every word in the Bible. It is expected that Bible translators will have access to an English dictionary and will be able to look up meanings of common English words.

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bible/kt/abomination.md

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# abomination, abominations, abominable, foul, disgusting thing
# abomination, abominations, abominable, foul, foul thing, disgusting thing, disgusting things, disgusting practices
## Definition:

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bible/kt/amen.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# amen, truly
# amen
## Definition:

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bible/kt/anoint.md

@ -33,5 +33,5 @@ The term "anoint" means to rub or pour oil on a person or object. Sometimes the
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H430, H1101, H1878, H3323, H4473, H4886, H4888, H4899, H5480, G218, G1472, G3462, G5545, G5548
* Strong's: H430, H1101, H1878, H3323, H4473, H4886, H4888, H4899, H5480, G218, G1472, G3462, G3464, G5545, G5548

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bible/kt/antichrist.md

@ -5,8 +5,7 @@
The term "antichrist" refers to a person or teaching that is against Jesus Christ and his work. There are many antichrists in the world.
* The apostle John wrote that a person is the antichrist if he deceives people by saying that Jesus is not the Messiah or if he denies that Jesus is both God and human.
* The Bible also teaches that there is a general spirit of antichrist in the world which opposes Jesus's work.
* The New Testament book of Revelation explains that there will be a man called "the antichrist" who will be revealed in the end times. This man will attempt to destroy God's people, but he will be defeated by Jesus.
* The Bible also teaches that there is a general spirit of antichrist in the world which opposes Jesus' work.
## Translation Suggestions:

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bible/kt/appoint.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# appoint, appoints, appointed, appointed by lot, appointment, desired, directed, selected, reserved, set ... over, set in place, ordained, prepare, set ... up, consider, prepared, put ... in place, assigned
# appoint, appoints, appointed, appointed by lot, appointment, directed, selected, reserved, set ... over, set in place, set ... up, put ... in place, set under, predetermined
## Definition:
@ -7,6 +7,7 @@ The terms "appoint" and "appointed" refer to choosing someone to fulfill a speci
* To "be appointed" can also refer to being "chosen" to receive something, as in "appointed to eternal life." That people were "appointed to eternal life" means they were chosen to receive eternal life.
* The phrase "appointed time" refers to God's "chosen time" or "planned time" for something to happen.
* The word "appoint" may also mean to "command" or "assign" someone to do something.
* To "predetermine" something is to decide beforehand that it will happen and make sure that it happens.
## Translation Suggestions:
@ -25,5 +26,5 @@ The terms "appoint" and "appointed" refer to choosing someone to fulfill a speci
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H561, H977, H2163, H2706, H2708, H3198, H3245, H3259, H4150, H4152, H4483, H4487, H4662, H5414, H5975, H6310, H6485, H6680, H6942, H6966, H7760, H7761, H7896, G322, G606, G2525, G2749, G2820, G3724, G4296, G4384, G4929, G5021, G5087
* Strong's: H561, H977, H2163, H2706, H2708, H3198, H3245, H3259, H4150, H4152, H4483, H4487, H4662, H5414, H5975, H6310, H6485, H6680, H6942, H6966, H7760, H7761, H7896, G322, G606, G2525, G2749, G2820, G3724, G4296, G4384, G4400, G4929, G5021, G5087

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bible/kt/ark.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# ark
# ark, chest
## Definition:

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bible/kt/authority.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# authority, authorities, right, put ... in charge, puts ... in charge
# authority, authorities, right, put ... in charge, puts ... in charge, places ... in charge, were ... in charge
## Definition:
@ -35,5 +35,5 @@ The term "authority" refers to the power of influence and control that someone h
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H2940, H4915, H6666, H6680, H7980, H7990, H8633, G831, G1413, G1849, G1850, G2003, G2715, G5247
* Strong's: H2940, H4915, H6486, H6666, H6680, H7980, H7990, H8633, G831, G1413, G1849, G1850, G2003, G2525, G2715, G5247

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bible/kt/believe.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# believe, believes, believed, believer, believers, believing, belief, were persuaded, am persuaded, persuasiveness, has faith
# believe, believes, believed, believer, believers, believing, belief, were persuaded, am persuaded, persuasiveness, has faith, persuaded, persuade, persuading
## Definition:

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bible/kt/beloved.md

@ -29,5 +29,5 @@ The term "beloved" is an expression of affection that describes someone who is l
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H157, H1730, H2532, H3033, H3039, H4261, G25, G27, G5207
* Strong's: H157, H1730, H2532, H3033, H3039, H4261, G25, G26, G27, G5207

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bible/kt/blasphemy.md

@ -30,5 +30,5 @@ In the Bible, the term "blasphemy" refers to speaking in a way that shows a deep
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H1421, H1442, H2778, H5006, H5007, H5344, G987, G988, G989, G3680
* Strong's: H1421, H1442, H2778, H5006, H5007, H5344, G987, G988, G989, G3680, G5196

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bible/kt/body.md

@ -1,10 +1,10 @@
# body, bodies, bodily, corpse, substance
# body, bodies, bodily, corpse, corpses, substance, carcass, carcasses
## Definition:
The term "body" literally refers to the physical body of a person or animal. This term is also used figuratively to refer to an object or whole group that has individual members.
* Often the term "body" refers to a dead person or animal. Sometimes this is referred to as a "dead body" or a "corpse."
* Often the term "body" refers to a dead person. Sometimes this is referred to as a "dead body" or a "corpse." The dead body of an animal is called a "carcass."
* When Jesus said to the disciples at his last Passover meal, "This (bread) is my body," he was referring to his physical body that would be "broken" (killed) to pay for their sins.
* In the Bible, Christians as a group are referred to as the "body of Christ."
* Just as a physical body has many parts, the "body of Christ" has many individual members.

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bible/kt/bond.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# bind, binding, bond, bonds, bound, is bound, tie, tying, tie up, tied, tied up, puts on, gird up, fetters, chains, chained, restrain, wrapped, ought, put ... in bonds, compelled
# bind, binding, bond, bonds, bound, is bound, tie, tying, tie up, tied, tied up, puts on, gird up, fetters, chain, chains, chained, restrain, wrapped, ought, put ... in bonds, compelled
## Definition:
@ -36,5 +36,5 @@ The term "bind" means to tie something or fasten it securely. Something that is
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H247, H481, H612, H631, H632, H640, H3729, H4147, H5178, H6029, H6123, H6887, H7194, H7405, H7576, H8244, G254, G1195, G1198, G1199, G1210, G1249, G1402, G2611, G3784, G4019, G4029, G4886, G4887
* Strong's: H247, H481, H612, H615, H631, H632, H640, H2296, H3729, H4147, H5178, H6029, H6123, H6887, H7194, H7405, H7576, H8244, G254, G1195, G1198, G1199, G1210, G1249, G1402, G2611, G3784, G4019, G4029, G4886, G4887

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bible/kt/call.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# call, calls, calling, called, invite, summon, summoning, summoned, given, called out, called on, appeal to, appealed to, appealing to, reads
# call, calls, calling, called, invite, invited, summon, summoning, summoned, given, called out, called on, appeal to, appealed to, appealing to, reads, calling out, calls out
## Definition:
@ -43,5 +43,5 @@ The terms "call to" and "call out" mean to say something loudly to someone who i
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H2199, H4744, H6817, H7121, H7123, H7769, H7773, G154, G1528, G1941, G1951, G2028, G2046, G2564, G2821, G2822, G2840, G2919, G3004, G3106, G3333, G3343, G3603, G3686, G3687, G3870, G4341, G4377, G4779, G4867, G5455, G5537, G5581
* Strong's: H2199, H3259, H4744, H6817, H7121, H7123, H7769, H7773, G154, G1528, G1793, G1941, G1951, G2028, G2046, G2564, G2821, G2822, G2840, G2919, G3004, G3106, G3333, G3343, G3603, G3686, G3687, G3870, G4341, G4377, G4779, G4867, G5455, G5537, G5581

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bible/kt/children.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# children, child, childhood, young man, young men, baby, infant, infants, foal, youth, boy, young boy, cubs, young people
# children, child, childhood, young, young ... man, young men, baby, infant, infants, foal, youth, boy, boys, young boy, cubs, young people, childless, little ones
## Definition:

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bible/kt/christ.md

@ -2,20 +2,22 @@
## Facts:
The terms "Messiah" and "Christ" mean "Anointed One" and refer to Jesus, God's Son.
The terms "Messiah" and "Christ" mean "Anointed One" and refer to Jesus, God's Son.
* Both "Messiah" and "Christ" are used in the New Testament to refer to God's Son, whom God the Father appointed to rule as king over his people, and to save them from sin and death.
* In the Old Testament, the prophets wrote prophecies about the Messiah hundreds of years before he came to earth.
* Often a word meaning "anointed (one)" is used in the Old Testament to refer to the Messiah who would come.
* Jesus fulfilled many of these prophecies and did many miraculous works that proves he is the Messiah; the rest of these prophecies will be fulfilled when he returns.
* The word "Christ" is often used as a title, as in "the Christ" and "Christ Jesus."
* "Christ" also came to be used as part of his name, as in "Jesus Christ."
* The word "Christ" is often used as a title, as in "the Christ" and "Christ Jesus." "Christ" also came to be used as part of his name, as in "Jesus Christ." These names emphasize that God's Son is the Messiah, who will reign forever.
* Jesus the Messiah is the one who was chosen and anointed as a Prophet, High Priest, and King.
## Translation Suggestions:
* In many languages "Jesus" and "Christ" are spelled in a way that keeps the sounds or spelling as close to the original as possible. For example, "Jesucristo," "Jezus Christus," "Yesus Kristus", and "Hesukristo" are some of the ways that these names are translated into different languages.
* For the term "Christ," some translators may prefer to use only some form of the term "Messiah" throughout.
* This term could be translated using its meaning, "the Anointed One" or "God's Anointed Savior."
* Many languages use a transliterated word that looks or sounds like "Christ" or "Messiah." (See: [[rc://en/ta/man/jit/translate-unknown]])
* The transliterated word could be followed by the definition of the term as in, "Christ, the Anointed One."
* Many languages use a transliterated word that looks or sounds like "Christ" or "Messiah." (See: [[rc://en/ta/man/jit/translate-transliterate]])
* The transliterated word could be followed by the definition of the term, as in "Christ, the Anointed One."
* Be consistent in how this is translated throughout the Bible so that it is clear that the same term is being referred to.
* Make sure the translations of "Messiah" and "Christ" work well in contexts where both terms occur in the same verse (such as John 1:41).

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bible/kt/circumcise.md

@ -60,5 +60,5 @@ The terms "uncircumcised" and "uncircumcision" refer to a male who has not been
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H4135, H4139, H5243, H6188, H6189, H6190, G203, G564, G1986, G4059, G4061
* Strong's: H4135, H4139, H5243, H6188, H6189, G203, G564, G1986, G4059, G4061

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bible/kt/command.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# command, commands, commanded, commandment, commandments, commanders, ordered, given an order, order, orders, given orders, solemnly charge, solemnly charging, give ... solemn command
# command, commands, commanded, commandment, commandments, ordered, given an order, order, orders, given orders, solemnly charge, solemnly charging, give ... solemn command
## Definition:

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bible/kt/compassion.md

@ -25,5 +25,5 @@ The term "compassion" refers to a feeling of concern for people, especially for
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H2550, H2580, H5150, H5164, H7349, H7355, H7356, G1653, G3356, G3627, G4697, G4834, G4835
* Strong's: H2550, H2580, H2603, H5150, H5162, H5164, H7349, H7355, H7356, G1653, G3356, G3627, G4697, G4834, G4835

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bible/kt/consecrate.md

@ -24,5 +24,5 @@ To consecrate means to dedicate something or someone to serve God. The person or
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H3027, H4390, H4394, H5144, H5145, H6942, H6944
* Strong's: H3027, H4390, H4394, H4888, H5144, H5145, H6942, H6944

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bible/kt/discipline.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# discipline, disciplines, disciplined, self-discipline, no discipline, training, trains, trained, confronted
# discipline, disciplines, disciplined, self-discipline, no discipline, training, trains, trained, confronted, disorderly
## Definition:
@ -9,6 +9,7 @@ The term "discipline" refers to training people to obey a set of guidelines for
* Discipline involves instruction regarding how to live to please God, as well as punishment for behavior that is against God's will.
* Self-discipline is the process of applying moral and spiritual principles to one's own life.
* To "confront" someone is to try to force him to stop doing what he is doing, either by speaking strongly to him or by physically preventing him from continuing.
* To be "disorderly" is to reject discipline and correction, either by being idle or by doing harmful things.
## Translation Suggestions:
@ -24,5 +25,5 @@ The term "discipline" refers to training people to obey a set of guidelines for
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H3198, H3256, H4148, H7378, H8433, G812, G1651, G3809, G3810, G3811, G4995
* Strong's: H3198, H3256, H3925, H4148, H7378, H8433, G812, G1651, G3809, G3810, G3811, G4995

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bible/kt/dominion.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# dominion, dominions, subjugate, control, dominate
# dominion, dominions, subjugate, control, controls, dominate
## Definition:
@ -23,6 +23,6 @@ The term "dominion" refers to power, control, or authority over people, animals,
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H4474, H4475, H4910, H4915, H7287, H7985, G1849, G2634, G2904, G2963
* Strong's: H4474, H4475, H4910, G4912, H4915, H7287, H7985, G1849, G2634, G2904, G2963

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bible/kt/eternity.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# eternity, everlasting, eternal, forever, ever, never, everlasting
# eternity, everlasting, eternal, forever, ever, never, ages long ago
## Definition:

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bible/kt/evil.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# evil, evils, wicked, wickedness, wickedly, bad, evil actions, evil deeds, harm, harmful, violent, violence, do ... violence, done ... violence, violate, violates, violated, fraudulent, displeasing
# evil, evils, wicked, wickedness, wickedly, bad, harm, harmful, violent, violence, do ... violence, done ... violence, violate, violates, violated, fraudulent, displeasing, wretched
## Definition:
@ -47,5 +47,5 @@ The terms "evil" and "wicked" both refer to anything that is opposed to God's ho
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H205, H1100, H1431, H1681, H1942, H2154, H2554, H2555, H5765, H2162, H2248, H2254, H3238, H3399, H3415, H4209, H4849, H5753, H5766, H5767, H5999, H6090, H6184, H6293, H7451, H7455, H7489, H7561, H7562, H7563, H7564, H7701, H8133, G92, G93, G932, G987, G988, G2549, G2551, G2554, G2555, G2556, G2560, G2635, G2636, G4151, G4189, G4190, G4191, G4550, G5337
* Strong's: H205, H1100, H1431, H1681, H1942, H2154, H2554, H2555, H5765, H2162, H2248, H2254, H3238, H3399, H3415, H4209, H4849, H5753, H5766, H5767, H5999, H6090, H6184, H6293, H7451, H7455, H7489, H7561, H7562, H7563, H7564, H7701, H8133, G92, G93, G94, G932, G984, G987, G988, G2549, G2551, G2554, G2555, G2556, G2559, G2560, G2635, G2636, G4151, G4189, G4190, G4191, G4550, G5337

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bible/kt/exhort.md

@ -23,5 +23,5 @@ The term "exhort" means to strongly encourage and urge someone to do what is rig
## Word Data:
* Strong's: G3867, G3870, G3874
* Strong's: H6484, G3867, G3870, G3874

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bible/kt/faithful.md

@ -59,5 +59,5 @@ The term "unfaithful" describes people who do not do what God has commanded them
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H529, H530, H539, H540, H571, H2181, H2616, H2623, H4603, H4820, G569, G4103
* Strong's: H529, H530, H539, H540, H571, H2181, H2616, H2623, H4603, H4820, G569, G4102, G4103

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bible/kt/faithless.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# faithless, faithlessness, faithless deeds, unfaithful, unfaithfully, unfaithfulness, unbeliever, unbelievers, unbelieving, unbelief, those who do not believe
# faithless, faithlessly, faithlessness, faithless deeds, unfaithful, unfaithfully, unfaithfulness, unbeliever, unbelievers, unbelieving, unbelief, those who do not believe
## Definition:
@ -13,7 +13,6 @@ The term "faithless" means to not have faith or to not believe.
* Depending on the context, the term "faithless" could be translated as "unfaithful" or "unbelieving" or "disobedient to God" or "not believing."
* The term "faithlessness" could be translated as "unbelief" or "unfaithfulness" or "rebellion against God."
(See also: [[rc://en/ta/man/jit/translate-names]])
(See also: [believe](../kt/believe.md), [faithful](../kt/faithful.md), [disobey](../other/disobey.md))

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bible/kt/falsegod.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# god, false god, gods, goddess, idol, idols, idolater, idolaters, idolatrous, idolatry, disgusting figure, goat idols
# god, false god, gods, goddess, idol, idols, idolater, idolaters, idolatrous, idolatry, disgusting figure, disgusting figures, goat idols
## Definition:

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bible/kt/fear.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# fear, fears, feared, afraid, be careful, fearful thing, fearful, dismayed, frighten, anxiety
# fear, fears, feared, afraid, fearful thing, fearful, dismayed, frighten, anxiety, dread, dreaded, fearsome, alarmed, timid, unafraid, fearlessly
## Definition:
@ -8,6 +8,10 @@ The terms "fear" and "afraid" refer to the unpleasant feeling a person has when
* The phrase "fear of Yahweh," as well as related terms "fear of God" and "fear of the Lord," refer to a deep respect of God and the showing of that respect by obeying him. This fear is motivated by knowing that God is holy and hates sin.
* The Bible teaches that a person who fears Yahweh will become wise.
* "Anxiety" is fear about the future, what is going to happen.
* To be "alarmed" is to be surprised and afraid because something bad has suddenly happened.
* "Dread" is great fear.
* Someone who is "timid" is afraid to act because something bad might happen as a result.
* Someone who is "unafraid" is not afraid.
## Translation Suggestions:
@ -34,5 +38,5 @@ The terms "fear" and "afraid" refer to the unpleasant feeling a person has when
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H367, H926, H1204, H1481, H1672, H1674, H1763, H2119, H2729, H2730, H2731, H2844, H2849, H2865, H3016, H3025, H3372, H3373, H3374, H4032, H4034, H4035, H4116, H4172, H6206, H6342, H6343, H6345, H6427, H7264, H7267, H7297, H7461, H7493, H8175, G870, G1167, G1168, G1169, G1630, G1719, G2125, G5398, G5399, G5401
* Strong's: H367, H926, H1204, H1481, H1672, H1674, H1763, H2119, H2729, H2730, H2731, H2844, H2849, H2865, H3016, H3025, H3372, H3373, H3374, H4032, H4034, H4035, H4116, H4172, H6206, H6342, H6343, H6345, H6427, H7264, H7267, H7297, H7390, H7461, H7493, H8175, G870, G1167, G1168, G1169, G1568, G1630, G1719, G2125, G5398, G5399, G5401

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bible/kt/fellowship.md

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# fellowship, be participants with, associate with, be allied with, partnership, share, shares, contribution, sharing, united, alliance
# fellowship, be participants with, associate with, be allied with, partnership, share, shares, contribution, sharing, united, alliance, participant, participants
## Definition:
@ -25,5 +25,5 @@ In general, the term "fellowship" refers to friendly interactions between member
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H2266, H6148, H8641, G2842, G2844, G3352, G4790
* Strong's: H2266, H2270, H6148, H8641, G2842, G2844, G3352, G4790

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bible/kt/filled.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# filled, filled ... with the Holy Spirit, full of the Holy Spirit, satisfied, full
# filled, filled ... with the Holy Spirit, full ... of the Holy Spirit, satisfied, full, fill up, made full
## Definition:

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bible/kt/foolish.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# fool, fools, foolish, foolishness, folly, out of mind, unwise, stupid, doing what is repulsive, blame, thoughtless, senseless, insanity, like an animal
# fool, fools, foolish, foolishness, folly, out of mind, unwise, stupid, doing what is repulsive, blame, thoughtless, senseless, insane, insanity, like an animal, act of disgraceful folly, disgraceful folly, acted ... foolishly
## Definition:

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bible/kt/forgive.md

@ -52,5 +52,5 @@ The term "pardon" means to forgive and not punish someone for his sin.
## Word Data:
* H5546, H5547, H3722, H5375, H5545, H5547, H7521, G859, G863, G2433, G5483
* Strong's: H5546, H5547, H3722, H5375, H5545, H5547, H7521, G859, G863, G2433, G5483

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bible/kt/forsaken.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# forsake, forsakes, forsaken, forsook, abandon, abandoned, give up, leave, has left, have left, walk away from
# forsake, forsakes, forsaken, forsook, abandon, abandoned, give up, leave, has left, have left, walk away from, left
## Definition:

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bible/kt/fulfill.md

@ -37,5 +37,5 @@ The term "fulfill" means to complete or accomplish something that was expected.
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H1214, H4390, H5487, H7999, G378, G1096, G4137, G4138, G5055
* Strong's: H1214, H4390, H5487, H7999, G378, G4135, G4137, G4138, G5055

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bible/kt/gift.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# gift, gifts, gracious gift, offerings
# gift, gifts, gracious gift
## Definition:
@ -31,5 +31,5 @@ The term "gift" refers to anything that is given or offered to someone. A gift i
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H814, H4503, H4864, H4976, H4978, H4979, H4991, H5379, H7810, H7964, H8641, G1390, G1394, G1431, G1434, G1435, G3311, G5485, G5486
* Strong's: H814, H4503, H4864, H4976, H4978, H4979, H4991, H5379, H7810, H7964, H8641, G331, G1390, G1394, G1431, G1434, G1435, G3311, G5485, G5486

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bible/kt/god.md

@ -63,5 +63,5 @@ In the Bible, the term "God" refers to the eternal being who created the univers
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H136, H410, H426, H430, H433, H2486, H2623, H3069, H4136, H6697, G112, G516, G932, G935, G2098, G2124, G2128, G2152, G2153, G2299, G2304, G2312, G2314, G2315, G2316, G2317, G2318, G2319, G2320, G4151, G5207, G5377, G5463, G5537, G5538
* Strong's: H136, H410, H426, H430, H433, H2623, H3069, H4136, H6697, G112, G516, G932, G935, G2098, G2124, G2128, G2152, G2153, G2299, G2304, G2312, G2314, G2315, G2316, G2317, G2318, G2319, G2320, G4151, G5207, G5377, G5463, G5537, G5538

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bible/kt/godthefather.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# God the Father, heavenly Father, Father
# God the Father, heavenly Father, Father, my Father
## Facts:

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bible/kt/good.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# good, goodness, proper, well, better, beautiful, best, made ... better, improved, fair, seemed good
# good, goodness, proper, well, better, beautiful, best, made ... better, improved, fair, seemed good, goods, do ... good, prefer
## Definition:
@ -12,6 +12,9 @@ The word "good" has different meanings depending on the context. Many languages
* In the Bible, the general meaning of "good" is often contrasted with "evil."
* The term "goodness" usually refers to being morally good or righteous in thoughts and actions.
* The goodness of God refers to how he blesses people by giving them good and beneficial things. It also can refer to his moral perfection.
* Actions that are "proper" are those that are good and right for the situation in which they are done.
* "Goods" are good things, valuable possessions.
* To "prefer" something is to think it is better than other things.
## Translation Suggestions:
@ -46,5 +49,5 @@ The word "good" has different meanings depending on the context. Many languages
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H155, H410, H1580, H2532, H2617, H2623, H2895, H2896, H2898, H3190, H3191, H3276, H3787, H3966, H4399, H5232, H6743, H7368, H7399, H7521, H7999, H8231, H8232, G14, G15, G18, G19, G515, G744, G865, G979, G1342, G1380, G1832, G2095, G2097, G2106, G2107, G2108, G2109, G2140, G2163, G2293, G2565, G2567, G2570, G2573, G2986, G3140, G4147, G4632, G4851, G5224, G5358, G5543, G5544
* Strong's: H155, H410, H1580, H1926, H2532, H2617, H2623, H2895, H2896, H2898, H3190, H3191, H3276, H3787, H3966, H4399, H5232, H6743, H7368, H7399, H7521, H7999, H8231, H8232, G14, G15, G18, G19, G515, G744, G865, G979, G1342, G1380, G1832, G2095, G2097, G2106, G2107, G2108, G2109, G2140, G2163, G2293, G2565, G2567, G2570, G2573, G2986, G3140, G4147, G4632, G4851, G5224, G5358, G5543, G5544, G5623

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bible/kt/goodnews.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# good news, gospel, proclaimed the good news, bring ... good news, brings ... good news, being told good news, proclaiming ... good news, proclaiming the gospel, proclaim, proclaim ... gospel, proclaimed the gospel, preach the gospel, preaching ... the gospel, announcing ... the good news, announced the good news, announce good news, telling ... good news, brought ... good news, were told the good news, had ... good news proclaimed
# good news, gospel, proclaimed the good news, bring ... good news, brings ... good news, being told good news, proclaiming ... good news, proclaiming the gospel, proclaim ... gospel, proclaimed the gospel, preach the gospel, preached the gospel beforehand, preaching ... the gospel, announcing ... the good news, announced the good news, announce good news, telling ... good news, brought ... good news, were told the good news, had ... good news proclaimed
## Definition:
@ -40,5 +40,5 @@ The term "gospel" literally means "good news" and refers to a message or announc
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H1319, G2097
* Strong's: H1319, G2097, G2098, G4283

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bible/kt/grace.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# grace, gracious, act of grace, graciously
# grace, gracious, act of grace, graciously, graciously given
## Definition:

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bible/kt/guilt.md

@ -31,5 +31,5 @@ The term "guilt" refers to the fact of having sinned or committed a crime.
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H816, H817, H818, H819, H5352, H5355, H5771, G338, G1777, G5267
* Strong's: H6140, H816, H817, H818, H819, H5352, H5355, H5771, G338, G1777, G5267

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bible/kt/highpriest.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# high priest, high priests, chief priests, high priesthood
# high priest, high priests, high priesthood
## Definition:

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bible/kt/holy.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# holy, holiness, unholy, sacred, holy duties, honored as holy, makes ... holy
# holy, holiness, unholy, sacred, sacred places, holy duties, honored as holy, makes ... holy, sacred gifts
## Definition:
@ -11,6 +11,7 @@ The terms "holy" and "holiness" refer to the character of God that is totally se
* In the Old Testament, God set apart the priests as holy for special service to him. They had to be ceremonially cleansed from sin in order to approach God.
* God also set apart as holy certain places and things that belonged to him or in which he revealed himself, such as his temple.
* Believers in Jesus are holy people, not because of what they have done, but rather because of their faith in the saving work of Jesus Christ. He is the one who makes them holy.
* When people of any religion, true or false, consider something "sacred," they consider it holy according to their religion.
Literally, the term "unholy" means "not holy." It describes someone or something that does not honor God.
@ -19,9 +20,10 @@ Literally, the term "unholy" means "not holy." It describes someone or something
The term "sacred" describes something that relates to worshiping God or to the pagan worship of false gods.
* In the Old Testament, the term "sacred" was oftensed to describe the stone pillars and other objects used in the worship of false gods. This could also be translated as "religious."
* In the Old Testament, the term "sacred" was often used to describe the stone pillars and other objects used in the worship of false gods. This could also be translated as "religious."
* "Sacred songs" and "sacred music" refer to music that was sung or played for God's glory. This could be translated as "music for worshiping Yahweh" or "songs that praise God."
* The phrase "sacred duties" referred to the "religious duties" or "rituals" that a priest performed to lead people in worshiping God. It could also refer to the rituals performed by a pagan priest to worship a false god
* The phrase "sacred duties" referred to the "religious duties" or "rituals" that a priest performed to lead people in worshiping God. It could also refer to the rituals performed by a pagan priest to worship a false god.
* The phrase "sacred gifts" refers to things that someone has set apart for God and then given to God at the temple.
## Translation Suggestions:
@ -65,5 +67,5 @@ The term "sacred" describes something that relates to worshiping God or to the p
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H430, H2455, H2623, H4676, H4720, H6918, H6922, H6942, H6944, H6948, G37, G38, G39, G40, G41, G42, G462, G2150, G2413, G2839, G3741, G3742
* Strong's: H2455, H2623, H4676, H4720, H6918, H6922, H6942, H6944, H6948, G37, G38, G39, G40, G41, G42, G462, G2150, G2413, G2839, G3741, G3742

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bible/kt/honor.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# honor, honors, honoring, dignified, honorable, highly regarded, honored, of high standing, recognition
# honor, honors, honoring, dignified, honorable, highly regarded, honored, of high standing, recognition, places of honor, held in honor, esteem
## Definition:
@ -9,6 +9,7 @@ The terms "honor" and to "honor" refer to giving someone respect, esteem, or rev
* Children are instructed to honor their parents in ways that include respecting them and obeying them.
* The terms "honor" and "glory" are often used together, especially when referring to Jesus. These may be two different ways of referring to the same thing.
* Ways of honoring God include thanking and praising him, and showing him respect by obeying him and living in a way that shows how great he is.
* To "esteem" someone is to consider him worthy of great honor.
## Translation Suggestions:
@ -28,5 +29,5 @@ The terms "honor" and to "honor" refer to giving someone respect, esteem, or rev
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H1420, H1921, H1922, H1923, H1926, H1935, H2082, H2142, H3366, H3367, H3368, H3372, H3373, H3374, H3444, H3513, H3519, H3655, H3678, H5081, H5082, H5375, H5457, H6213, H6286, H6437, H6942, H6944, H6965, H7236, H7613, H7812, H8597, H8416, G820, G1391, G1392, G1784, G2151, G2570, G3170, G4411, G4586, G5091, G5092, G5093, G5399
* Strong's: H1420, H1921, H1922, H1923, H1926, H1935, H2082, H2142, H3366, H3367, H3368, H3372, H3373, H3374, H3444, H3513, H3519, H3655, H3678, H5081, H5082, H5375, H5457, H6213, H6286, H6437, H6942, H6944, H6965, H7236, H7613, H7812, H8597, H8416, G820, G1391, G1392, G1741, G1784, G2151, G2233, G2570, G3170, G4411, G4586, G5091, G5092, G5093, G5399

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bible/kt/inherit.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# inherit, inherited, inheritance, heritage, legacy
# inherit, inherited, inheritance, inheritances, heritage, legacy
## Definition:

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bible/kt/iniquity.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# iniquity, iniquities, evil actions
# iniquity, iniquities, evil actions, evil deeds, commits iniquity, guilt of ... iniquity
## Definition:
@ -28,5 +28,5 @@ The term "iniquity" is a word that is very similar in meaning to the term "sin,"
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H205, H5753, H5758, H5766, H5771, H5999, H7562, G458
* Strong's: H205, H5753, H5758, H5766, H5771, H5999, H7451, H7562, G458

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bible/kt/innocent.md

@ -38,5 +38,5 @@ The term "innocent" means to not be guilty of a crime or other wrongdoing. It ca
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H2600, H2643, H5352, H5355, H5356, H8535, G121, G172, G185, G338, G1342
* Strong's: H2600, H2643, H5352, H5355, H5356, H6662, H8535, G53, G121, G172, G185, G338, G1342, G2513

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bible/kt/jealous.md

@ -30,5 +30,5 @@ The terms "jealous" and "jealousy" refer to a strong desire to protect the purit
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H7065, H7067, H7068, H7072, G2205, G3863
* Strong's: H7065, H7067, H7068, H7072, G2205, G2206, G3863

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bible/kt/jesus.md

@ -1,18 +1,16 @@
# Jesus
# Jesus, the Lord Jesus
## Facts:
Jesus is God's Son. The name "Jesus" means "Yahweh saves." The term "Christ" is a title that means "anointed one" and is another word for Messiah.
Jesus is God's Son. The name "Jesus" means "Yahweh saves."
* The two names are often combined as "Jesus Christ" or "Christ Jesus." These names emphasize that God's Son is the Messiah, who came to save people from being punished eternally for their sins.
* In a miraculous way, the Holy Spirit caused the eternal Son of God to be born as a human being. His mother was told by an angel to call him "Jesus" because he was destined to save people from their sins.
* Jesus did many miracles that revealed that he is God and that he is the Christ, or the Messiah.
## Translation Suggestions:
* In many languages "Jesus" and "Christ" are spelled in a way that keeps the sounds or spelling as close to the original as possible. For example, "Jesucristo," "Jezus Christus," "Yesus Kristus", and "Hesukristo" are some of the ways that these names are translated into different languages.
* For the term "Christ," some translators may prefer to use only some form of the term "Messiah" throughout.
* Also consider how these names are spelled in a nearby local or national language.
* In many languages "Jesus" is spelled in a way that keeps the sounds or spelling as close to the original as possible. For example, "Jesu," "Jezus," "Yesus", and "Hesu" are some of the ways that this name is translated into different languages.
* Also consider how this names are spelled in a nearby local or national language.
(Translation suggestions: [[rc://en/ta/man/jit/translate-names]])

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bible/kt/judge.md

@ -1,15 +1,15 @@
# judge, judges, judged, judging, judgment, judgments, decision, being examined, decided, examine, examined, have decided, decided on, judgment seat, considered, regards, regarded, opinion, opinions, go to law, bring a lawsuit, goes to law, lawsuit, lawsuits, concluded, decide, inspected, govern, insightful decisions
# judge, judges, judged, judging, judgment, judgments, decision, decided, have decided, decided on, judgment seat, considered, consider, considering, regards, regarded, opinion, opinions, go to law, bring a lawsuit, goes to law, lawsuit, lawsuits, concluded, decide, inspected, insightful decisions, question, questioned, giving judgment
## Definition:
The terms "judge" and "judgment" often refer to making a decision about whether something is morally right or wrong.
The terms "judge" and "judgment" often refer to making a decision about whether something is morally right or wrong.
* The "judgment of God" often refers to his decision to condemn something or someone as sinful.
* God's judgment usually includes punishing people for their sin.
* The term "judge" can also mean "condemn." God instructs his people not to judge each other in this way.
* Another meaning is "arbitrate between" or "judge between," as in deciding which person is right in a dispute between them.
* In some contexts, God's "judgments" are what he has decided is right and just. They are similar to his decrees, laws, or precepts.
* "Judgment" can refer to wise decision-making ability. A person who lacks "judgment" does not have the wisdom to make wise decisions.
* "Judgment" can refer to the ability to make decisions. A person with "sound judgment" is wise, able to make good decisions, while a person who lacks "judgment" does not have the wisdom to make wise decisions.
* The "judgment seat" is a place where a judge sits while he listens to testimonies and gives his decision.
## Translation Suggestions:
@ -40,5 +40,5 @@ The terms "judge" and "judgment" often refer to making a decision about whether
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H148, H430, H1777, H1778, H1779, H1781, H1782, H2664, H2742, H2803, H2940, H3198, H4406, H4941, H6414, H6416, H6417, H6419, H6485, H7081, H7378, H7379, H7663, H8196, H8199, H8201, G350, G968, G1106, G1252, G1341, G1345, G1348, G2917, G2919, G2920, G2922, G2923, G5272
* Strong's: H148, H430, H1777, H1778, H1779, H1781, H1782, H2664, H2713, H2742, H2803, H2940, H3198, H4406, H4941, H6414, H6416, H6417, H6419, H6485, H7081, H7378, H7379, H7663, H8196, H8199, H8201, G350, G968, G1106, G1252, G1341, G1345, G1348, G1380, G2233, G2917, G2919, G2920, G2922, G2923, G4997, G5272

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bible/kt/justice.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# just, justice, unjust, unjustly, injustice, justly, justify, justification, justified, justifies, desire for justice, judgment, vindication, honest
# just, justice, unjust, unjustly, injustice, justly, justify, justification, justified, justifies, desire for justice, vindication, honest, vindicated
## Definition:
@ -76,5 +76,5 @@ The terms "justify" and "justification" refer to causing a guilty person to be r
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H205, H2555, H3476, H3477, H4941, H5766, H5767, H6415, H6662, H6663, H6664, H6666, H8003, H8636, G91, G93, G94, G95, G1342, G1343, G1344, G1345, G1346, G1347, G1556, G1738, G2118, G2920
* Strong's: H205, H2555, H3476, H3477, H4941, H5766, H5767, H6415, H6662, H6663, H6664, H6666, H8003, H8636, G91, G93, G94, G95, G1342, G1343, G1344, G1345, G1346, G1347, G1556, G1557, G1738, G2118, G2920

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bible/kt/lamb.md

@ -43,5 +43,5 @@ The term "lamb" refers to a young sheep. Sheep are four-legged animals with thic
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H3532, H3733, H7716, G721, G2316
* Strong's: H3532, H3535, H3733, H3775, H7716, G721, G2316

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bible/kt/lament.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# lament, laments, lamentation, lamenting
# lament, laments, lamented, lamentation, lamenting
## Definition:

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bible/kt/lawofmoses.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# law of Moses, God's law, law of Yahweh, law of the Lord, the law, expert in the law, the law of God
# law of Moses, God's law, law of Yahweh, law of the Lord, the law, expert in the law, the law of God, book of Moses
## Definition:
@ -49,5 +49,5 @@ All these terms refer to the commandments and instructions that God gave Moses f
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H430, H1881, H1882, H2706, H3068, H4687, H4872, H4941, H8451, G2316, G3544, G3551, G3565
* Strong's: H430, H1881, H1882, H2706, H3068, H4687, H4872, H4941, H8451, G976, G2316, G3544, G3551, G3565

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bible/kt/life.md

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
# life, live, lived, lives, living, alive, existed, lifetime, come to life, revive, fresh
# life, live, lived, lives, living, alive, existed, lifetime, come to life, revive, fresh, lifeless, life-giving, conduct, conducted
## Definition:
@ -14,6 +14,8 @@ All these terms refer to being physically alive, not dead. They are also used fi
* In the Bible, the concept of "life" is often contrasted with the concept of "death."
* To "revive" is to take something or someone who is dead or almost dead and make him live again.
* The same Hebrew words can be translated "fresh" water or "living" water.
* Things that are "lifeless" either have never been alive or were once alive but are now dead.
* The way a person "conducts" himself or his life is the way he lives his life, most importantly the morally good or bad things he does.
## 2. Spiritual life
@ -30,7 +32,7 @@ All these terms refer to being physically alive, not dead. They are also used fi
* The expression "they risked their lives" could be translated as "they put themselves in danger" or "they did something that could have killed them."
* When the Bible text talks about being alive spiritually, "life" could be translated as "spiritual life" or "eternal life," depending on the context.
* The concept of "spiritual life" could also be translated as "God making us alive in our spirits" or "new life by God's Spirit" or "being made alive in our inner self."
* Depending on the context, the expression "give life" could also be translated as "cause to live" or "give eternal life" or "cause to live eternally."
* Depending on the context, the expression "give life" could also be translated as "cause to live" or "give eternal life" or "cause to live eternally." The word "life-giving" can be translated as "something that causes to live" or "something that gives life."
(See also: [death](../other/death.md), [everlasting](../kt/eternity.md))
@ -59,5 +61,5 @@ All these terms refer to being physically alive, not dead. They are also used fi
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H2416, H2417, H2418, H2421, H2425, H2673, H3351, H3885, H4241, H5315, H5397, H5564, H6106, H8141, H8300, G326, G386, G390, G895, G979, G980, G981, G982, G1127, G1236, G1514, G2198, G2222, G2225, G2227, G2450, G3118, G4176, G4684, G4763, G4800, G4806, G5171, G5225, G5590
* Strong's: H2416, H2417, H2418, H2421, H2425, H2465, H2673, H3351, H3885, H4241, H5315, H5397, H5564, H6106, H8141, H8300, G326, G386, G390, G895, G979, G980, G981, G982, G1127, G1236, G1514, G2198, G2222, G2225, G2227, G2450, G3118, G4176, G4684, G4748, G4763, G4800, G4806, G5171, G5225, G5590

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bible/kt/lord.md

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# lord, lords, Lord, master, owner of a house, master of the house, masters, sir, sirs, owner, mistress
# lord, lords, Lord, master, owner of a house, master of the house, masters, sir, sirs, owner, mistress, landowner
## Definition:
@ -64,5 +64,5 @@ When "Lord" is capitalized, it is a title that refers to God. (Note, however, th
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H113, H136, H1167, H1376, H4756, H7218, H7980, H8323, G1203, G2962, G3617
* Strong's: H113, H136, H1167, H1376, H4756, H5633, H7218, H7980, H8323, G1203, G2961, G2962, G3617

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bible/kt/majesty.md

@ -25,5 +25,5 @@ The term "majesty" refers to greatness and splendor, often in relation to the qu
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H1347, H1348, H1419, H1420, H1431, H1923, H1926, H1935, H7229, H7238, H7690, G3168, G3169, G3172
* Strong's: H1347, H1348, H1419, H1420, H1431, H1923, H1926, H1935, H4768, H7229, H7238, H7613, H7690, G3168, G3169, G3172

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bible/kt/mercy.md

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# mercy, merciful, mercies, tender mercy, spared, kindness
# mercy, merciful, mercies, tender mercy, spare, spared, kindness
## Definition:
@ -6,7 +6,8 @@ The terms "mercy" and "merciful" refer to helping people who are in need, especi
* The term "mercy" can also include the meaning of not punishing people for something they have done wrong.
* A powerful person such as a king is described as "merciful" when he treats people kindly instead of harming them.
* Being merciful also means to forgive someone who has done something wrong against us.
* To "be merciful" or "spare" someone who has done wrong to another means to forgive that person.
* An evil person who "spares" those who have done nothing wrong does not do the same wrong to them that he has done to others.
* We show mercy when we help people who are in great need.
* God is merciful to us, and he wants us to be merciful to others.
@ -44,5 +45,5 @@ The terms "mercy" and "merciful" refer to helping people who are in need, especi
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H2550, H2551, H2603, H2604, H2617, H3722, H7349, H7355, H7356, H7359, H8467, G1653, G1655, G1656, G2433, G2436, G3628, G3629, G4698
* Strong's: H2550, H2551, H2603, H2604, H2617, H3722, H7349, H7355, H7356, H7359, H8467, G1653, G1655, G1656, G2433, G2436, G3628, G3629, G4698, G5363, G5544

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bible/kt/minister.md

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# minister, ministry, ministries, offer as a priest, performs service, attending to needs, provided for ... needs, mission, carry out, carrying out, ministers, to minister, care for
# minister, ministry, ministries, offer as a priest, performs service, attending to ... needs, attend to ... needs, provided for ... needs, mission, carry out, carrying out, ministers, to minister, care for
## Definition:

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bible/kt/name.md

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# name, names, named
# name, names, named, nameless, fame
## Definition:
@ -8,6 +8,7 @@ In the Bible, the word "name" was used in several figurative ways.
* The term "name" could also refer to the memory of something. For example, "cut off the names of the idols" means to destroy those idols so that they are no longer remembered or worshiped.
* Speaking "in the name of God" meant speaking with his power and authority, or as his representative.
* The "name" of someone could refer to the entire person, as in "there is no other name under heaven by which we must be saved." (See: [[rc://en/ta/man/jit/figs-metonymy]])
* People who are "nameless" are unimportant, so few people know about them or care about them.
## Translation Suggestions:
@ -33,5 +34,5 @@ In the Bible, the word "name" was used in several figurative ways.
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H5344, H7121, H7761, H8034, H8036, G2564, G3686, G3687, G5122
* Strong's: H5344, H7761, H8034, H8036, G2028, G2564, G3686, G3687, G5122

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bible/kt/perish.md

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# perish, perished, perishes, perishing, perishable, lost, lose, vanish, vanished, remove
# perish, perished, perishes, perishing, perishable, lost, lose, vanish, vanished, remove, completely remove, imperishable
## Definition:
@ -6,6 +6,7 @@ The term "perish" means to die or be destroyed, usually as the result of violenc
* People who are "perishing" are those who are destined for hell because they have refused to believe in Jesus for their salvation.
* John 3:16 teaches that "perish" means to not live eternally in heaven.
* Something that is "imperishable" will never perish.
## Translation Suggestions:
@ -26,5 +27,5 @@ The term "perish" means to die or be destroyed, usually as the result of violenc
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H6, H7, H622, H1478, H1820, H1826, H5486, H5595, H7921, H8045, G599, G622, G684, G853, G5356
* Strong's: H6, H7, H622, H1197, H1478, H1820, H1826, H5486, H5595, H7921, H8045, G599, G622, G684, G853, G5356

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bible/kt/power.md

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# power, powers, miraculous powers, powerful, powerfully, be mastered, able, is ... able, be able, are ... able, was ... able, am ... able, were ... able, are ... possible, can, cannot, could, could not, be ... unable, possible, ability, incapable, won
# power, powers, miraculous powers, powerful, powerfully, be mastered, able, is ... able, be able, are ... able, was ... able, am ... able, were ... able, will ... be able, are ... possible, can, cannot, could, could not, be ... unable, possible, ability, capable, incapable, won
## Definition:
@ -42,5 +42,5 @@ The term "power" refers to the ability to do things or make things happen, often
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H410, H1369, H1370, H2220, H2393, H2428, H2632, H3027, H3201, H3581, H4475, H4910, H5794, H5797, H6184, H7980, H7981, H7983, H7989, H8592, H8633, G1410, G1411, G1415, G1754, G1832, G1849, G1850, G2159, G2478, G2479, G2480, G2904, G3168
* Strong's: H410, H1368, H1369, H1370, H2220, H2393, H2428, H2632, H3027, H3201, H3581, H4475, H4910, H5794, H5797, H6184, H7980, H7981, H7983, H7989, H8592, H8633, G1410, G1411, G1415, G1743, G1754, G1832, G1849, G1850, G2159, G2478, G2479, G2480, G2904, G3168

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bible/kt/priest.md

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# priest, priests, priesthood, priestly office, priestly, priests', priest's
# priest, priests, priesthood, priestly office, priestly, priests', priest's, served as a priest
## Definition:

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bible/kt/promise.md

@ -35,5 +35,5 @@ A promise is a pledge to do a certain thing. When someone promises something, it
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H562, H1696, H3709, G1860, G1861, G1862, G3670, G4279
* Strong's: H562, H1696, H2778, H3709, G1860, G1861, G1862, G3670, G4279

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bible/kt/prophet.md

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# prophet, prophets, prophecy, prophecies, prophesy, prophesying, prophesies, give ... prophesies, prophesied, seer, seers, prophetess, prophetic
# prophet, prophets, prophecy, prophecies, prophesy, prophesying, prophesies, give ... prophesies, prophesied, seer, seers, seer's, seers', prophetess, prophetic
## Definition:
@ -51,5 +51,4 @@ A "prophet" is a man who speaks God's messages to people. A woman who does this
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H2372, H2374, H4853, H5012, H5013, H5016, H5017, H5029, H5030, H5031, H5046, H5197, G2495, G4394, G4395, G4396, G4397, G4398, G5578
* Strong's: H2372, H2374, H4853, H5012, H5013, H5016, H5017, H5029, H5030, H5031, H5046, H5197, H7203, G2495, G4394, G4395, G4396, G4397, G4398, G5578

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bible/kt/psalm.md

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# psalm, psalms
# psalm, psalms, songs, psalmist
## Definition:
@ -8,6 +8,7 @@ The term "psalm" refers to a sacred song, often in the form of a poem that was w
* The psalms were used by the nation of Israel in their worship of God.
* Psalms can be used to express joy, faith, and reverence, as well as pain and sorrow.
* In the New Testament, Christians are instructed to sing psalms to God as a way of worshiping him.
* A "psalmist" is someone who composes or sings psalms.
(See also: [David](../names/david.md), [faith](../kt/faith.md), [joy](../other/joy.md), [Moses](../names/moses.md), [holy](../kt/holy.md))

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bible/kt/purify.md

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# pure, purer, purify, purity, purification, sincere, impurities, impure, refiner, refining, refined, refiner's
# pure, purer, purify, purified, purity, purification, sincere, sincerity, impurities, impure, refine, refiner, refining, refined, refiner's
## Definition:
To be "pure" means to have no flaw or to have nothing mixed in that is not supposed to be there. To purify something is to cleanse it and remove anything that contaminates or pollutes it.
To be "pure" means to have no flaw or to have nothing mixed in that is not supposed to be there. To purify something is to cleanse it and remove anything that contaminates or pollutes it. When a person wants to do only what is good, he is "sincere" or has "sincerity."
* In regard to Old Testament laws, "purify" and "purification" refer mainly to the cleansing from things that make an object or a person ritually unclean, such as disease, body fluids, or childbirth.
* The Old Testament also had laws telling people how to be purified from sin, usually by the sacrifice of an animal. This was only temporary and the sacrifices had to be repeated over and over again.
@ -30,5 +30,5 @@ To be "pure" means to have no flaw or to have nothing mixed in that is not suppo
## Word Data:
* Strong's: H1249, H1305, H2134, H2135, H2141, H2212, H2398, H2403, H2889, H2890, H2891, H2892, H2893, H3795, H2896, H3800, H5343, H5462, H6337, H6884, H6942, G48, G49, G53, G54, G169, G185, G1506, G2511, G2512, G2513
* Strong's: H1249, H1305, H2134, H2135, H2141, H2212, H2398, H2403, H2889, H2890, H2891, H2892, H2893, H3795, H2896, H3800, H5343, H5462, H6337, H6884, H6942, G48, G49, G53, G54, G169, G185, G505, G1103, G1506, G2511, G2512, G2513

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bible/kt/reconcile.md

@ -25,5 +25,5 @@ To "reconcile" and "reconciliation" refer to "make peace" between people who wer
## Word Data:
* Strong's: G604, G1259, G2643, G2644
* Strong's: G525, G604, G1259, G2643, G2644

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bible/kt/redeem.md

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# redeem, redeems, redeemed, redemption, redeemer, release
# redeem, redeems, redeemed, redemption, redeemer, release, released
## Definition: