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Co-authored-by: Robert Hunt <Freely.Given.org@gmail.com>
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The tWs are organized into three sub directories under `bible`.

* The subdirectory `kt` contains “key terms” which we consider to be of special importance in the Bible.
* The subdirectory `other` contains terms which require explanation but are of less importance than the "key terms."
* The subdirectory `other` contains terms which require explanation but are of less importance than the “key terms.”
* The subdirectory `names` contains proper names of people and places in the Bible.

## GL Translators


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## Definition:

The term “abomination” is used to refer to something that causes disgust or extreme dislike.
The term “abomination” is used to refer to something that causes disgust or extreme dislike.

* The Egyptians considered the Hebrew people to be an “abomination.” This means that the Egyptians disliked the Hebrews and didn’t want to associate with them or be near them.
* Some of the things that the Bible calls “an abomination to Yahweh” include lying, pride, sacrificing humans, worship of idols, murder, and sexual sins such as adultery and homosexual acts.


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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[03:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/03/14)__ After Noah got off the boat, he built an __altar__ and sacrificed some of each kind of animal which could be used for a sacrifice.
* __[03:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/03/14)__ After Noah got off the boat, he built an __altar__ and sacrificed some of each kind of animal which could be used for a sacrifice.
* __[05:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/05/08)__ When they reached the place of sacrifice, Abraham tied up his son Isaac and laid him on an __altar__.
* __[13:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/09)__ A priest would kill the animal and burn it on the __altar__.
* __[16:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/16/06)__ He (Gideon) built a new altar dedicated to God near where the __altar__ to the idol used to be and made a sacrifice to God on it.
* __[16:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/16/06)__ He (Gideon) built a new altar dedicated to God near where the __altar__ to the idol used to be and made a sacrifice to God on it.


## Word Data:


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* When used at the end of a prayer, “amen” communicates agreement with the prayer or expresses a desire that the prayer be fulfilled.
* In his teaching, Jesus used “amen” to emphasize the truth of what he said. He often followed that by “and I say to you” to introduce another teaching that related to the previous teaching.
* When Jesus uses “amen” this way, some English versions (and the ULT) translate this as “verily” or “truly.”
* When Jesus uses “amen” this way, some English versions (and the ULT) translate this as “verily” or “truly.”
* Another word meaning “truly” is sometimes translated as “surely” or “certainly” and is also used to emphasize what the speaker is saying.

## Translation Suggestions:


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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[02:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/02/12)__ God placed large, powerful __angels__ at the entrance to the garden to keep anyone from eating the fruit of the tree of life.
* __[22:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/22/03)__ The __angel__ responded to Zechariah,”I was sent by God to bring you this good news.”
* __[23:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/06)__ Suddenly, a shining __angel__ appeared to them (the shepherds), and they were terrified. The __angel__ said, “Do not be afraid, because I have some good news for you.”
* __[23:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/07)__ Suddenly, the skies were filled with __angels__ praising God…
* __[25:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/25/08)__ Then __angels__ came and took care of Jesus.
* __[38:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/12)__ Jesus was very troubled and his sweat was like drops of blood. God sent an __angel__ to strengthen him.
* __[38:15](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/15)__ “I could ask the Father for an army of __angels__ to defend me.”
* __[02:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/02/12)__ God placed large, powerful __angels__ at the entrance to the garden to keep anyone from eating the fruit of the tree of life.
* __[22:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/22/03)__ The __angel__ responded to Zechariah,”I was sent by God to bring you this good news.”
* __[23:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/06)__ Suddenly, a shining __angel__ appeared to them (the shepherds), and they were terrified. The __angel__ said, “Do not be afraid, because I have some good news for you.”
* __[23:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/07)__ Suddenly, the skies were filled with __angels__ praising God…
* __[25:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/25/08)__ Then __angels__ came and took care of Jesus.
* __[38:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/12)__ Jesus was very troubled and his sweat was like drops of blood. God sent an __angel__ to strengthen him.
* __[38:15](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/15)__ “I could ask the Father for an army of __angels__ to defend me.”


## Word Data:


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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[26:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/10)__ Then Jesus chose twelve men who were called his __apostles__. The __apostles__ traveled with Jesus and learned from him.
* __[30:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/30/01)__ Jesus sent his __apostles__ to preach and to teach people in many different villages.
* __[38:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/02)__ Judas was one of Jesus’ __apostles__. He was in charge of the __apostles’__ money bag, but he loved money and often stole from the bag.
* __[43:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/13)__ The disciples devoted themselves to the __apostles’__ teaching, fellowship, eating together, and prayer.
* __[46:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/08)__ Then a believer named Barnabas took Saul to the __apostles__ and told them how Saul had preached boldly in Damascus.
* __[26:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/10)__ Then Jesus chose twelve men who were called his __apostles__. The __apostles__ traveled with Jesus and learned from him.
* __[30:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/30/01)__ Jesus sent his __apostles__ to preach and to teach people in many different villages.
* __[38:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/02)__ Judas was one of Jesus’ __apostles__. He was in charge of the __apostles’__ money bag, but he loved money and often stole from the bag.
* __[43:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/13)__ The disciples devoted themselves to the __apostles’__ teaching, fellowship, eating together, and prayer.
* __[46:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/08)__ Then a believer named Barnabas took Saul to the __apostles__ and told them how Saul had preached boldly in Damascus.


## Word Data:


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* 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.
## Translation Suggestions:

* Depending on the context, ways to translate “appoint” could include “choose” or “assign” or “formally choose” or “designate.”
* Depending on the context, ways to translate “appoint” could include “choose” or “assign” or “formally choose” or “designate.”
* The term “appointed” could be translated as “assigned” or “planned” or “specifically chose.”
* The phrase “be appointed” could also be translated as “be chosen.”



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The term “authority” usually refers to a position of influence, responsibility, or rule over another person.

* Kings and other governing rulers have authority over the people they are ruling.
* The word “authorities” can refer to people, governments, or organizations that have authority over others.
* The word “authorities” can refer to people, governments, or organizations that have authority over others.
* The word “authorities” can also refer to spirit beings who have power over people who have not submitted themselves to God’s authority.
* Masters have authority over their servants or slaves. Parents have authority over their children.
* Governments have the authority or right to make laws that govern their citizens.


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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[24:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/03)__ When people heard John’s message, many of them repented from their sins, and John __baptized__ them. Many religious leaders also came to be __baptized__ by John, but they did not repent or confess their sins.
* __[24:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/06)__ The next day, Jesus came to be __baptized__ by John.
* __[24:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/07)__ John said to Jesus, “I am not worthy to __baptize__ you. You should __baptize__ me instead.”
* __[42:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/42/10)__ So go, make disciples of all people groups by __baptizing__ them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit and by teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”
* __[43:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/11)__ Peter answered them, “Every one of you should repent and be __baptized__ in the name of Jesus Christ so that God will forgive your sins.”
* __[43:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/12)__ About 3,000 people believed what Peter said and became disciples of Jesus. They were __baptized__ and became part of the church at Jerusalem.
* __[24:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/03)__ When people heard John’s message, many of them repented from their sins, and John __baptized__ them. Many religious leaders also came to be __baptized__ by John, but they did not repent or confess their sins.
* __[24:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/06)__ The next day, Jesus came to be __baptized__ by John.
* __[24:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/07)__ John said to Jesus, “I am not worthy to __baptize__ you. You should __baptize__ me instead.”
* __[42:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/42/10)__ So go, make disciples of all people groups by __baptizing__ them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit and by teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”
* __[43:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/11)__ Peter answered them, “Every one of you should repent and be __baptized__ in the name of Jesus Christ so that God will forgive your sins.”
* __[43:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/12)__ About 3,000 people believed what Peter said and became disciples of Jesus. They were __baptized__ and became part of the church at Jerusalem.
* __[45:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/45/11)__ As Philip and the Ethiopian traveled, they came to some water. The Ethiopian said, “Look! There is some water! May I be __baptized__?”
* __[46:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/05)__ Saul immediately was able to see again, and Ananias __baptized__ him.
* __[46:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/05)__ Saul immediately was able to see again, and Ananias __baptized__ him.
* __[49:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/14)__ Jesus invites you to believe in him and be __baptized__.




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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[03:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/03/04)__ Noah warned the people about the coming flood and told them to turn to God, but they did not __believe__ him.
* __[04:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/08)__ Abram __believed__ God’s promise. God declared that Abram was righteous because he __believed__ God’s promise.
* __[11:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/11/02)__ God provided a way to save the firstborn of anyone who __believed in__ him.
* __[11:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/11/06)__ But the Egyptians did not __believe__ God or obey his commands.
* __[37:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/05)__ Jesus replied, “I am the Resurrection and the Life. Whoever __believes in__ me will live, even though he dies. Everyone who __believes in__ me will never die. Do you __believe__ this?”
* __[43:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/01)__ After Jesus returned to heaven, the disciples stayed in Jerusalem as Jesus had commanded them to do. The __believers__ there constantly gathered together to pray.
* __[43:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/03)__ While the __believers__ were all together, suddenly the house where they were was filled with a sound like a strong wind. Then something that looked like flames of fire appeared over the heads of all the __believers__.
* __[03:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/03/04)__ Noah warned the people about the coming flood and told them to turn to God, but they did not __believe__ him.
* __[04:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/08)__ Abram __believed__ God’s promise. God declared that Abram was righteous because he __believed__ God’s promise.
* __[11:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/11/02)__ God provided a way to save the firstborn of anyone who __believed in__ him.
* __[11:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/11/06)__ But the Egyptians did not __believe__ God or obey his commands.
* __[37:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/05)__ Jesus replied, “I am the Resurrection and the Life. Whoever __believes in__ me will live, even though he dies. Everyone who __believes in__ me will never die. Do you __believe__ this?”
* __[43:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/01)__ After Jesus returned to heaven, the disciples stayed in Jerusalem as Jesus had commanded them to do. The __believers__ there constantly gathered together to pray.
* __[43:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/03)__ While the __believers__ were all together, suddenly the house where they were was filled with a sound like a strong wind. Then something that looked like flames of fire appeared over the heads of all the __believers__.
* __[43:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/13)__ Every day, more people became __believers__.
* __[46:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/06)__ That day many people in Jerusalem started persecuting the followers of Jesus, so the __believers__ fled to other places. But in spite of this, they preached about Jesus everywhere they went.
* __[46:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/06)__ That day many people in Jerusalem started persecuting the followers of Jesus, so the __believers__ fled to other places. But in spite of this, they preached about Jesus everywhere they went.
* __[46:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/01)__ Saul was the young man who guarded the robes of the men who killed Stephen. He did not believe in Jesus, so he persecuted the __believers__.
* __[46:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/09)__ Some __believers__ who fled from the persecution in Jerusalem went far away to the city of Antioch and preached about Jesus…It was at Antioch that __believers__ in Jesus were first called “Christians.”
* __[47:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/14)__ They also wrote many letters to encourage and teach the __believers__ in the churches.
* __[46:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/09)__ Some __believers__ who fled from the persecution in Jerusalem went far away to the city of Antioch and preached about Jesus…It was at Antioch that __believers__ in Jesus were first called “Christians.”
* __[47:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/14)__ They also wrote many letters to encourage and teach the __believers__ in the churches.


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## Translation Suggestions:

* Possible ways to translate “birthright” could include, “rights and wealth of the firstborn son” or “family honor” or “privilege and inheritance of the firstborn.”
* Possible ways to translate “birthright” could include, “rights and wealth of the firstborn son” or “family honor” or “privilege and inheritance of the firstborn.”

(See also: [firstborn](../other/firstborn.md), [inherit](../kt/inherit.md), [descendant](../other/descendant.md))



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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[01:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/07)__ God saw that it was good and he __blessed__ them.
* __[01:15](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/15)__ God made Adam and Eve in his own image. He __blessed__ them and told them, “Have many children and grandchildren and fill the earth.”
* __[01:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/16)__ So God rested from all he had been doing. He __blessed__ the seventh day and made it holy, because on this day he rested from his work.
* __[04:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/04)__ “I will make your name great. I will __bless__ those who __bless__ you and curse those who curse you. All families on earth will be __blessed__ because of you.”
* __[04:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/07)__ Melchizedek __blessed__ Abram and said, “May God Most High who owns heaven and earth __bless__ Abram.”
* __[07:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/07/03)__ Isaac wanted to give his __blessing__ to Esau.
* __[08:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/08/05)__ Even in prison, Joseph remained faithful to God, and God __blessed__ him.
* __[01:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/07)__ God saw that it was good and he __blessed__ them.
* __[01:15](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/15)__ God made Adam and Eve in his own image. He __blessed__ them and told them, “Have many children and grandchildren and fill the earth.”
* __[01:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/16)__ So God rested from all he had been doing. He __blessed__ the seventh day and made it holy, because on this day he rested from his work.
* __[04:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/04)__ “I will make your name great. I will __bless__ those who __bless__ you and curse those who curse you. All families on earth will be __blessed__ because of you.”
* __[04:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/07)__ Melchizedek __blessed__ Abram and said, “May God Most High who owns heaven and earth __bless__ Abram.”
* __[07:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/07/03)__ Isaac wanted to give his __blessing__ to Esau.
* __[08:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/08/05)__ Even in prison, Joseph remained faithful to God, and God __blessed__ him.

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## Definition:

The term “blood” refers to the red liquid that comes out of a person’s skin when there is an injury or wound. Blood brings life-giving nutrients to a person’s entire body. In the Bible, the term "blood" is often used figuratively to mean "life" and/or several other concepts.
The term “blood” refers to the red liquid that comes out of a person’s skin when there is an injury or wound. Blood brings life-giving nutrients to a person’s entire body. In the Bible, the term “blood” is often used figuratively to mean “life” and/or several other concepts.

* When people made sacrifices to God, they killed an animal and poured its blood on the altar. This symbolized the sacrifice of the animal’s life to pay for people’s sins.
* The expression “flesh and blood” refers to human beings.
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* __[08:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/08/03)__ Before Joseph’s brothers returned home, they tore Joseph’s robe and dipped it in goat’s __blood__.
* __[10:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/10/03)__ God turned the Nile River into __blood__, but Pharaoh still would not let the Israelites go.
* __[11:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/11/05)__ All the houses of the Israelites had __blood__ around the doors, so God passed over those houses and everyone inside was safe. They were saved because of the lamb’s __blood__.
* __[13:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/09)__ The __blood__ of the animal that was sacrificed covered the person’s sin and made that person clean in God’s sight.
* __[38:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/05)__ Then Jesus took a cup and said, “Drink this. It is my __blood__ of the New Covenant that is poured out for the forgiveness of sins.
* __[48:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/48/10)__ When anyone believes in Jesus, the __blood__ of Jesus takes away that person’s sin, and God’s punishment passes over him.
* __[11:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/11/05)__ All the houses of the Israelites had __blood__ around the doors, so God passed over those houses and everyone inside was safe. They were saved because of the lamb’s __blood__.
* __[13:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/09)__ The __blood__ of the animal that was sacrificed covered the person’s sin and made that person clean in God’s sight.
* __[38:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/05)__ Then Jesus took a cup and said, “Drink this. It is my __blood__ of the New Covenant that is poured out for the forgiveness of sins.
* __[48:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/48/10)__ When anyone believes in Jesus, the __blood__ of Jesus takes away that person’s sin, and God’s punishment passes over him.

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## Definition:

The term “child” (plural "children") refers to the offspring of a man and woman. The term is often used more generally to refer to anyone who is young in age and is not yet a fully grown adult. The term “offspring” is a general reference to the biological descendants of people or animals.
The term “child” (plural “children”) refers to the offspring of a man and woman. The term is often used more generally to refer to anyone who is young in age and is not yet a fully grown adult. The term “offspring” is a general reference to the biological descendants of people or animals.

* In the Bible, disciples or followers are sometimes called “children.”
* Often the term “children” is used to refer to a person’s descendants.
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* The term “seed” is sometimes used figuratively to refer to offspring.
* The phrase “children of” can refer to being characterized by something. Some examples of this would be:

* children of the light
* children of obedience
* children of the devil
* children of the light
* children of obedience
* children of the devil

* This term can also refer to the Church. For example, sometimes the New Testament refers to people who believe in Jesus as "children of God."
* This term can also refer to the Church. For example, sometimes the New Testament refers to people who believe in Jesus as “children of God.”

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[17:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/07)__ The __Messiah__ was God’s Chosen One who would save the people of the world from sin.
* __[17:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/08)__ As it happened, the Israelites would have to wait a long time before the __Messiah__ came, almost 1,000 years.
* __[17:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/07)__ The __Messiah__ was God’s Chosen One who would save the people of the world from sin.
* __[17:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/08)__ As it happened, the Israelites would have to wait a long time before the __Messiah__ came, almost 1,000 years.
* __[21:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/01)__ From the very beginning, God planned to send the __Messiah__.
* __[21:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/04)__ God promised King David that the __Messiah__ would be one of David’s own descendants.
* __[21:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/05)__ The __Messiah__ would start the New Covenant.
* __[21:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/06)__ God’s prophets also said that the __Messiah__ would be a prophet, a priest, and a king.
* __[21:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/09)__ The prophet Isaiah prophesied that the __Messiah__ would be born from a virgin.
* __[43:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/07)__ “But God raised him to life again to fulfill the prophecy which says, ‘You will not let your __Holy One__ rot in the grave.’”
* __[21:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/04)__ God promised King David that the __Messiah__ would be one of David’s own descendants.
* __[21:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/05)__ The __Messiah__ would start the New Covenant.
* __[21:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/06)__ God’s prophets also said that the __Messiah__ would be a prophet, a priest, and a king.
* __[21:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/09)__ The prophet Isaiah prophesied that the __Messiah__ would be born from a virgin.
* __[43:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/07)__ “But God raised him to life again to fulfill the prophecy which says, ‘You will not let your __Holy One__ rot in the grave.’”
* __[43:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/09)__ “But know for certain that God has caused Jesus to become both Lord and __Messiah__!”
* __[43:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/11)__ Peter answered them, “Every one of you should repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus __Christ__ so that God will forgive your sins.”
* __[43:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/11)__ Peter answered them, “Every one of you should repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus __Christ__ so that God will forgive your sins.”
* __[46:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/06)__ Saul reasoned with the Jews, proving that Jesus was the __Messiah__.

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[46:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/09)__ It was at Antioch that believers in Jesus were first called “__Christians__.”
* __[47:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/14)__ Paul and other __Christian__ leaders traveled to many cities, preaching and teaching people the good news about Jesus.
* __[47:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/14)__ Paul and other __Christian__ leaders traveled to many cities, preaching and teaching people the good news about Jesus.
* __[49:15](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/15)__ If you believe in Jesus and what he has done for you, you are a __Christian__!
* __[49:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/16)__ If you are a __Christian__, God has forgiven your sins because of what Jesus did.
* __[49:17](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/17)__ Even though you are a __Christian__, you will still be tempted to sin.
* __[50:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/03)__ Before he returned to heaven, Jesus told __Christians__ to proclaim the good news to people who have never heard it.
* __[50:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/11)__ When Jesus returns, every __Christian__ who has died will rise from the dead and meet him in the sky.
* __[50:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/03)__ Before he returned to heaven, Jesus told __Christians__ to proclaim the good news to people who have never heard it.
* __[50:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/11)__ When Jesus returns, every __Christian__ who has died will rise from the dead and meet him in the sky.

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[43:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/12)__ About 3,000 people believed what Peter said and became disciples of Jesus. They were baptized and became part of the __church__ at Jerusalem.
* __[43:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/12)__ About 3,000 people believed what Peter said and became disciples of Jesus. They were baptized and became part of the __church__ at Jerusalem.
* __[46:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/09)__ Most of the people in Antioch were not Jews, but for the first time, very many of them also became believers. Barnabas and Saul went there to teach these new believers more about Jesus and to strengthen the __church__.
* __[46:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/10)__ So the __church__ in Antioch prayed for Barnabas and Saul and placed their hands on them. Then they sent them off to preach the good news of Jesus in many other places.
* __[47:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/13)__ The good news of Jesus kept spreading, and the __Church__ kept growing.
* __[50:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/01)__ For almost 2,000 years, more and more people around the world have been hearing the good news about Jesus the Messiah. The __Church__ has been growing.
* __[46:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/10)__ So the __church__ in Antioch prayed for Barnabas and Saul and placed their hands on them. Then they sent them off to preach the good news of Jesus in many other places.
* __[47:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/13)__ The good news of Jesus kept spreading, and the __Church__ kept growing.
* __[50:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/01)__ For almost 2,000 years, more and more people around the world have been hearing the good news about Jesus the Messiah. The __Church__ has been growing.


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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[05:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/05/03)__ “You must __circumcise__ every male in your family.”
* __[05:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/05/05)__ That day Abraham __circumcised__ all the males in his household.
* __[05:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/05/03)__ “You must __circumcise__ every male in your family.”
* __[05:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/05/05)__ That day Abraham __circumcised__ all the males in his household.


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## Definition:

The term “clean” generally refers either to removing dirt or stains from someone/something or to not having any dirt or stain in the first place. The term "wash" refers specifically to action of removing dirt or stains from someone/something.
The term “clean” generally refers either to removing dirt or stains from someone/something or to not having any dirt or stain in the first place. The term “wash” refers specifically to action of removing dirt or stains from someone/something.

* “Cleanse” is the process of making something “clean.” It could also be translated as “wash” or “purify.”
* In the Old Testament, God told the Israelites which animals he had specified as ritually “clean” and which ones were “unclean.” Only the clean animals were permitted to be used for eating or for sacrifice. In this context, the term “clean” means that the animal was acceptable to God for use as a sacrifice.
* A person who had certain skin diseases would be unclean until the skin was healed enough to no longer be contagious. Instructions for cleansing the skin had to be obeyed in order for that person to be declared “clean” again.
* Sometimes “clean” is used figuratively to refer to moral purity, meaning to be "clean" from sin.
* Sometimes “clean” is used figuratively to refer to moral purity, meaning to be “clean” from sin.

In the Bible, the term “unclean” is used figuratively to refer to things that God declared to be unfit for his people to touch, eat, or sacrifice.
* God gave the Israelites instructions about which animals were “clean” and which ones were “unclean.” The unclean animals were not permitted to be used for eating or for sacrifice.
* People with certain skin diseases were said to be “unclean” until they were healed.
* If the Israelites touched something “unclean,” they themselves would be considered unclean for a certain period of time.
* Obeying God’s commands about not touching or eating unclean things kept the Israelites set apart for God’s service.
* This physical and ritual uncleanness was also symbolic of moral uncleanness.
* God gave the Israelites instructions about which animals were “clean” and which ones were “unclean.” The unclean animals were not permitted to be used for eating or for sacrifice.
* People with certain skin diseases were said to be “unclean” until they were healed.
* If the Israelites touched something “unclean,” they themselves would be considered unclean for a certain period of time.
* Obeying God’s commands about not touching or eating unclean things kept the Israelites set apart for God’s service.
* This physical and ritual uncleanness was also symbolic of moral uncleanness.
* In another figurative sense, an “unclean spirit” refers to an evil spirit.

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The term “compassion” refers to a feeling of concern for people, especially for those who are suffering. A “compassionate” person cares about other people and helps them.

* The word “compassion” refers to caring about people in need, as well as taking action to help them.
* The word “compassion” refers to caring about people in need, as well as taking action to help them.
* The Bible says that God is compassionate, that is, he is full of love and mercy.
## Translation Suggestions:

* Ways of translating “compassion” could include, “deep caring” or "pity" or “helpful mercy.”
* Ways of translating “compassion” could include, “deep caring” or “pity” or “helpful mercy.”
* The term “compassionate” could also be translated as, “caring and helpful” or “deeply loving and merciful.”

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## Definition:

To confess means to admit or assert that something is true. A “confession” is a statement or admission that something is true.
To confess means to admit or assert that something is true. A “confession” is a statement or admission that something is true.

* The term “confess” can refer to boldly stating the truth about God. It can also refer to admitting that we have sinned.
* The Bible says that if people confess their sins to God, he will forgive them.


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## Definition:

The term “cornerstone” refers to a large stone that has been specially cut and placed in the corner of the foundation of a building.
The term “cornerstone” refers to a large stone that has been specially cut and placed in the corner of the foundation of a building.

* All the other stones of the building are measured and placed in relation to the cornerstone.
* It is very important for the strength and stability of the whole structure.


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## Definition:

In the Bible, the term "covenant" refers to a formal, binding agreement between two parties that one or both parties must fulfill.
In the Bible, the term “covenant” refers to a formal, binding agreement between two parties that one or both parties must fulfill.

* This agreement can be between individuals, between groups of people, or between God and people.
* When people make a covenant with each other, they promise that they will do something, and they must do it.
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* In some of the covenants, God promised to fulfill his part without conditions. For example, when God established his covenant with mankind promising to never destroy the earth again with a worldwide flood, this promise had no conditions for people to fulfill.
* In other covenants, God promised to fulfill his part only if the people obeyed him and fulfilled their part of the covenant.

The term “new covenant” refers to the commitment or agreement God made with his people through the sacrifice of his Son, Jesus.
The term “new covenant” refers to the commitment or agreement God made with his people through the sacrifice of his Son, Jesus.

* God’s “new covenant” was explained in the part of the Bible called the “New Testament.”
* This new covenant is in contrast to the “old” or “former” covenant that God had made with the Israelites in Old Testament times.
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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[04:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/09)__ Then God made a __covenant__ with Abram. A __covenant__ is an agreement between two parties.
* __[05:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/05/04)__ “I will make Ishmael a great nation, too, but my __covenant__ will be with Isaac.”
* __[06:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/06/04)__ After a long time, Abraham died and all of the promises that God had made to him in the __covenant__ were passed on to Isaac.
* __[07:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/07/10)__ The __covenant__ promises God had promised to Abraham and then to Isaac now passed on to Jacob.”
* __[04:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/09)__ Then God made a __covenant__ with Abram. A __covenant__ is an agreement between two parties.
* __[05:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/05/04)__ “I will make Ishmael a great nation, too, but my __covenant__ will be with Isaac.”
* __[06:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/06/04)__ After a long time, Abraham died and all of the promises that God had made to him in the __covenant__ were passed on to Isaac.
* __[07:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/07/10)__ The __covenant__ promises God had promised to Abraham and then to Isaac now passed on to Jacob.”
* __[13:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/02)__ God said to Moses and the people of Israel, “If you will obey my voice and keep my __covenant__, you will be my prized possession, a kingdom of priests, and a holy nation.”
* __[13:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/04)__ Then God gave them the __covenant__ and said, “I am Yahweh, your God, who saved you from slavery in Egypt. Do not worship other gods.”
* __[15:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/15/13)__ Then Joshua reminded the people of their obligation to obey the __covenant__ that God had made with the Israelites at Sinai.
* __[13:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/04)__ Then God gave them the __covenant__ and said, “I am Yahweh, your God, who saved you from slavery in Egypt. Do not worship other gods.”
* __[15:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/15/13)__ Then Joshua reminded the people of their obligation to obey the __covenant__ that God had made with the Israelites at Sinai.
* __[21:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/05)__ Through the prophet Jeremiah, God promised that he would make a __New Covenant__, but not like the covenant God made with Israel at Sinai. In the __New Covenant__, God would write his law on the people’s hearts, the people would know God personally, they would be his people, and God would forgive their sins. The Messiah would start the __New Covenant__.
* __[21:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/14)__ Through the Messiah’s death and resurrection, God would accomplish his plan to save sinners and start the __New Covenant__.
* __[38:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/05)__ Then Jesus took a cup and said, “Drink this. It is my blood of the __New Covenant__ that is poured out for the forgiveness of sins. Do this to remember me every time you drink it.”
* __[48:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/48/11)__ But God has now made a __New Covenant__ that is available to everyone. Because of this __New Covenant__, anyone from any people group can become part of God’s people by believing in Jesus.
* __[38:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/05)__ Then Jesus took a cup and said, “Drink this. It is my blood of the __New Covenant__ that is poured out for the forgiveness of sins. Do this to remember me every time you drink it.”
* __[48:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/48/11)__ But God has now made a __New Covenant__ that is available to everyone. Because of this __New Covenant__, anyone from any people group can become part of God’s people by believing in Jesus.

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## Definition:

In biblical times, the term translated as "covenant faithfulness" was used to describe the kind of faithfulness, loyalty, kindness, and love that was both expected and demonstrated between people who were closely related to one another, either by marriage or by blood. This same term is used often in the Bible to describe the way God relates to his people, especially his commitment to fulfill the promises that he made to them.
In biblical times, the term translated as “covenant faithfulness” was used to describe the kind of faithfulness, loyalty, kindness, and love that was both expected and demonstrated between people who were closely related to one another, either by marriage or by blood. This same term is used often in the Bible to describe the way God relates to his people, especially his commitment to fulfill the promises that he made to them.
* The way this term is translated can depend on how each of the individual terms “covenant” and “faithfulness” are translated.
* Other ways to translate this term might include: “faithful love;” “loyal, committed love;” or “loving dependability.”



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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[40:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/01)__ After the soldiers mocked Jesus, they led him away to crucify him. They made him carry the __cross__ on which he would die.
* __[40:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/01)__ After the soldiers mocked Jesus, they led him away to crucify him. They made him carry the __cross__ on which he would die.
* __[40:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/02)__ The soldiers brought Jesus to a place called “the Skull” and nailed his arms and feet to the __cross__.
* __[40:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/05)__ The Jewish leaders and the other people in the crowd mocked Jesus. They said to him, “If you are the Son of God, come down from the __cross__ and save yourself! Then we will believe you.”
* __[40:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/05)__ The Jewish leaders and the other people in the crowd mocked Jesus. They said to him, “If you are the Son of God, come down from the __cross__ and save yourself! Then we will believe you.”
* __[49:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/10)__ When Jesus died on the __cross__, he received your punishment.
* __[49:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/12)__ You must believe that Jesus is the Son of God, that he died on the __cross__ instead of you, and that God raised him to life again.
* __[49:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/12)__ You must believe that Jesus is the Son of God, that he died on the __cross__ instead of you, and that God raised him to life again.

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## Definition:

The term “crucify” means to execute someone by attaching him to a cross and leaving him there to suffer and die in great pain.
* The victim was either tied to the cross or nailed to it. Crucified people died from blood loss or from suffocation.
* The ancient Roman Empire frequently used this method of execution to punish and kill people who were terrible criminals or who had rebelled against the authority of their government.
* The Jewish religious leaders asked the Roman governor to order his soldiers to crucify Jesus. The soldiers nailed Jesus to a cross. He suffered there for six hours, and then died.
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* __[39:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/11)__ But the Jewish leaders and the crowd shouted, “__Crucify__ him (Jesus)!”
* __[39:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/12)__ Pilate became afraid that the crowd would begin to riot, so he ordered his soldiers to __crucify__ Jesus.played a major role in the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
* __[40:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/01)__ After the soldiers mocked Jesus, they led him away to __crucify__ him. They made him carry the cross on which he would die.
* __[40:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/01)__ After the soldiers mocked Jesus, they led him away to __crucify__ him. They made him carry the cross on which he would die.
* __[40:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/04)__ Jesus was __crucified__ between two robbers.
* __[43:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/06)__ “Men of Israel, Jesus was a man who did many mighty signs and wonders by the power of God, as you have seen and already know. But you __crucified__ him!”
* __[43:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/06)__ “Men of Israel, Jesus was a man who did many mighty signs and wonders by the power of God, as you have seen and already know. But you __crucified__ him!”
* __[43:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/09)__ “You __crucified__ this man, Jesus.”
* __[44:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/44/08)__ Peter answered them, “This man stands before you healed by the power of Jesus the Messiah. You __crucified__ Jesus, but God raised him to life again!”



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* __[02:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/02/09)__ God said to the snake, “You are __cursed__!”
* __[02:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/02/11)__ “Now the ground is __cursed__, and you will need to work hard to grow food.”
* __[04:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/04)__ “I will bless those who bless you and __curse__ those who __curse__ you.”
* __[39:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/07)__ Then Peter vowed, saying, “May God __curse__ me if I know this man!”
* __[50:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/16)__ Because Adam and Eve disobeyed God and brought sin into this world, God __cursed__ it and decided to destroy it.
* __[04:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/04)__ “I will bless those who bless you and __curse__ those who __curse__ you.”
* __[39:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/07)__ Then Peter vowed, saying, “May God __curse__ me if I know this man!”
* __[50:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/16)__ Because Adam and Eve disobeyed God and brought sin into this world, God __cursed__ it and decided to destroy it.


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* In the Old Testament, “Zion” is often used as another name for the city of Jerusalem.
* Both “Zion” and “Jerusalem” are also used to refer to Israel.
* The term “Daughter” is a term of endearment or affection. It is a metaphor for the patience and care that God has for his people.
* The term “Daughter” is a term of endearment or affection. It is a metaphor for the patience and care that God has for his people.

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## Description:

The Old Testament term “day of Yahweh” is used to refer to a specific time(s) when God would punish people for their sin.
The Old Testament term “day of Yahweh” is used to refer to a specific time(s) when God would punish people for their sin.

* The New Testament term “day of the Lord” usually refers to the day or time when the Lord Jesus will come back to judge people at the end of time.
* This final, future time of judgment and resurrection is also sometimes referred to as the “last day.” This time will begin when the Lord Jesus comes back to judge sinners and will permanently establish his rule.
* The word “day” in these phrases may sometimes refer to a literal day or it may refer to a “time” or “occasion” that is longer than a day.
* Sometimes the punishment is referred to as a “pouring out of God’s wrath” upon those who do not believe.

## Translation Suggestions:

* Depending on the context, other ways to translate “day of Yahweh” could include “time of Yahweh” or “time when Yahweh will punish his enemies” or “time of Yahweh’s wrath.”


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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[26:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/09)__ Many people who had __demons__ in them were brought to Jesus. When Jesus commanded them, the __demons__ came out of the people, and often shouted, “You are the Son of God!”
* __[32:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/32/08)__ The __demons__ came out of the man and entered the pigs.
* __[47:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/05)__ Finally one day when the slave girl started yelling, Paul turned to her and said to the __demon__ that was in her, “In the name of Jesus, come out of her.” Right away the __demon__ left her.
* __[26:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/09)__ Many people who had __demons__ in them were brought to Jesus. When Jesus commanded them, the __demons__ came out of the people, and often shouted, “You are the Son of God!”
* __[32:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/32/08)__ The __demons__ came out of the man and entered the pigs.
* __[47:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/05)__ Finally one day when the slave girl started yelling, Paul turned to her and said to the __demon__ that was in her, “In the name of Jesus, come out of her.” Right away the __demon__ left her.
* __[49:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/02)__ He (Jesus) walked on water, calmed storms, healed many sick people, drove out __demons__, raised the dead to life, and turned five loaves of bread and two small fish into enough food for over 5,000 people.

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[26:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/09)__ Many people who had __demons in them__ were brought to Jesus.
* __[32:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/32/02)__ When they reached the other side of the lake, a __demon-possessed__ man came running up to Jesus.
* __[32:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/32/06)__ The man __with the demon__ cried out in a loud voice, “What do you want with me, Jesus, Son of the Most High God? Please do not torture me!”
* __[26:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/09)__ Many people who had __demons in them__ were brought to Jesus.
* __[32:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/32/02)__ When they reached the other side of the lake, a __demon-possessed__ man came running up to Jesus.
* __[32:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/32/06)__ The man __with the demon__ cried out in a loud voice, “What do you want with me, Jesus, Son of the Most High God? Please do not torture me!”
* __[32:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/32/09)__ The people from the town came and saw the man who used to __have the demons__.
* __[47:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/03)__ Every day as they (Paul and Silas) walked there, a slave girl __possessed by a demon__ followed them.



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The term “forever” refers to never-ending time.

* The phrase “forever and ever” has the idea of time that never ends and expresses what eternity or eternal life is like. It emphasizes that something will always happen or exist. It refers to time that never ends.
* God said that David’s throne would last “forever.” This is referred to the fact that David’s descendant Jesus will reign as king forever.
* God said that David’s throne would last “forever.” This is referred to the fact that David’s descendant Jesus will reign as king forever.

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[02:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/02/04)__ “God just knows that as soon as you eat it, you will be like God and will understand good and __evil__ like he does.”
* __[03:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/03/01)__ After a long time, many people were living in the world. They had become very __wicked__ and violent.
* __[03:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/03/02)__ But Noah found favor with God. He was a righteous man living among __wicked__ people.
* __[02:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/02/04)__ “God just knows that as soon as you eat it, you will be like God and will understand good and __evil__ like he does.”
* __[03:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/03/01)__ After a long time, many people were living in the world. They had become very __wicked__ and violent.
* __[03:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/03/02)__ But Noah found favor with God. He was a righteous man living among __wicked__ people.
* __[04:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/02)__ God saw that if they all kept working together to do __evil__, they could do many more sinful things.
* __[08:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/08/12)__ “You tried to do __evil__ when you sold me as a slave, but God used the __evil__ for good!”
* __[14:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/14/02)__ They (Canaanites) worshiped false gods and did many __evil__ things.
* __[17:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/01)__ But then he (Saul) became a __wicked__ man who did not obey God, so God chose a different man who would one day be king in his place.
* __[08:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/08/12)__ “You tried to do __evil__ when you sold me as a slave, but God used the __evil__ for good!”
* __[14:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/14/02)__ They (Canaanites) worshiped false gods and did many __evil__ things.
* __[17:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/01)__ But then he (Saul) became a __wicked__ man who did not obey God, so God chose a different man who would one day be king in his place.
* __[18:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/18/11)__ In the new kingdom of Israel, all the kings were __evil__.
* __[29:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/29/08)__ The king was so angry that he threw the __wicked__ servant into prison until he could pay back all of his debt.
* __[45:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/45/02)__ They said, “We heard him (Stephen) speak __evil__ things about Moses and God!”
* __[29:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/29/08)__ The king was so angry that he threw the __wicked__ servant into prison until he could pay back all of his debt.
* __[45:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/45/02)__ They said, “We heard him (Stephen) speak __evil__ things about Moses and God!”
* __[50:17](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/17)__ He (Jesus) will wipe away every tear and there will be no more suffering, sadness, crying, __evil__, pain, or death.

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[05:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/05/06)__ When Isaac was a young man, God tested Abraham’s __faith__ by saying, “Take Isaac, your only son, and kill him as a sacrifice to me.”
* __[05:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/05/06)__ When Isaac was a young man, God tested Abraham’s __faith__ by saying, “Take Isaac, your only son, and kill him as a sacrifice to me.”
* __[31:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/31/07)__ Then he (Jesus) said to Peter, “You man of little __faith__, why did you doubt?”
* __[32:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/32/16)__ Jesus said to her, “Your __faith__ has healed you. Go in peace.”
* __[38:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/09)__ Then Jesus said to Peter, “Satan wants to have all of you, but I have prayed for you, Peter, that your __faith__ will not fail.
* __[32:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/32/16)__ Jesus said to her, “Your __faith__ has healed you. Go in peace.”
* __[38:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/09)__ Then Jesus said to Peter, “Satan wants to have all of you, but I have prayed for you, Peter, that your __faith__ will not fail.

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[08:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/08/05)__ Even in prison, Joseph remained __faithful__ to God, and God blessed him.
* __[14:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/14/12)__ Even so, God was still __faithful__ to His promises to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
* __[15:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/15/13)__ The people promised to remain __faithful__ to God and follow his laws.
* __[17:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/09)__ David ruled with justice and __faithfulness__ for many years, and God blessed him. However, toward the end of his life he sinned terribly against God.
* __[08:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/08/05)__ Even in prison, Joseph remained __faithful__ to God, and God blessed him.
* __[14:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/14/12)__ Even so, God was still __faithful__ to His promises to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
* __[15:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/15/13)__ The people promised to remain __faithful__ to God and follow his laws.
* __[17:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/09)__ David ruled with justice and __faithfulness__ for many years, and God blessed him. However, toward the end of his life he sinned terribly against God.
* __[18:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/18/04)__ God was angry with Solomon and, as a punishment for Solomon’s __unfaithfulness__, he promised to divide the nation of Israel into two kingdoms after Solomon’s death.
* __[35:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/35/12)__ “The older son said to his father, ‘All these years I have worked __faithfully__ for you!”
* __[49:17](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/17)__ But God is __faithful__ and says that if you confess your sins, he will forgive you.
* __[50:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/04)__ If you remain __faithful__ to me to the end, then God will save you.”
* __[35:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/35/12)__ “The older son said to his father, ‘All these years I have worked __faithfully__ for you!”
* __[49:17](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/17)__ But God is __faithful__ and says that if you confess your sins, he will forgive you.
* __[50:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/04)__ If you remain __faithful__ to me to the end, then God will save you.”

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## Definition:

The term “faithless” means to not have faith or to not believe.
The term “faithless” means to not have faith or to not believe.

* This word is used to describe people who do not believe in God. Their lack of belief is seen by the immoral way they act.
* The prophet Jeremiah accused Israel of being faithless and disobedient to God.


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* __[10:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/10/02)__ Through these plagues, God showed Pharaoh that he is more powerful than Pharaoh and all of Egypt’s __gods__.
* __[13:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/04)__ Then God gave them the covenant and said, “I am Yahweh, your God, who saved you from slavery in Egypt. Do not worship other __gods__.”
* __[14:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/14/02)__ They (Canaanites) worshiped false __gods__ and did many evil things.
* __[16:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/16/01)__ The Israelites began to worship the Canaanite __gods__ instead of Yahweh, the true God.
* __[14:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/14/02)__ They (Canaanites) worshiped false __gods__ and did many evil things.
* __[16:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/16/01)__ The Israelites began to worship the Canaanite __gods__ instead of Yahweh, the true God.
* __[18:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/18/13)__ But most of Judah’s kings were evil, corrupt, and they worshiped idols. Some of the kings even sacrificed their children to false __gods__.




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* The expression “find favor”with someone means that someone is approved of by that person.
* When a king shows favor to someone, it often means that he approves of that person’s request and grants it.
* A “favor” can also be a gesture or action towards or for another person for their benefit.
* The term “favoritism” means an attitude of acting favorably toward some people but not others. It means the inclination to pick one person over another or one thing over another because the person or item is preferred. Generally, favoritism is considered unfair.
* The term “favoritism” means an attitude of acting favorably toward some people but not others. It means the inclination to pick one person over another or one thing over another because the person or item is preferred. Generally, favoritism is considered unfair.

## Translation Suggestions:

* Other ways to translate the term “favor” could include "approval" or “blessing” or “benefit.”
* Other ways to translate the term “favor” could include “approval” or “blessing” or “benefit.”
* The “favorable year of Yahweh” could be translated as “the year (or time) when Yahweh will bring great blessing.”
* The term “favoritism” could be translated as “partiality” or “being prejudiced” or “unjust treatment.” This word is related to the word “favorite,” which means to prefer above all others.



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## Definition:

The terms “fear” refers to the unpleasant emotion a person feels when experiencing a potential threat to their safety or well-being. In the Bible, however, the term "fear" can also mean an attitude of worship, respect, awe, or obedience toward another person, usually someone powerful such as God or a king. The term "dread" refers to extreme or intense fear.
The terms “fear” refers to the unpleasant emotion a person feels when experiencing a potential threat to their safety or well-being. In the Bible, however, the term “fear” can also mean an attitude of worship, respect, awe, or obedience toward another person, usually someone powerful such as God or a king. The term “dread” refers to extreme or intense fear.

## Translation Suggestions:

* Depending on the context, the term “fear” can be translated in various ways. Some possibilities include: “be afraid;” “deeply respect,” or "deep respect;" “revere,” or "reverence;" or perhaps "be in awe of.”
* Depending on the context, the term “fear” can be translated in various ways. Some possibilities include: “be afraid;” “deeply respect,” or “deep respect;” “revere,” or “reverence;” or perhaps “be in awe of.”
* The phrase “fear not” could also be translated as “do not be afraid” or “stop being afraid.”
* The sentence “The fear of God fell on all of them” might be translated in various ways. Some possibilities include: “Suddenly they all felt a deep awe and respect for God;” or, “Immediately, they all felt very amazed and revered God deeply;” or, “Right then, they all felt very afraid of God (because of his great power).”



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## Translation Suggestions:

* Ways to translate “fellowship” could include “a sharing together” or “relationship” or “companionship” or “Christian community.”
* Ways to translate “fellowship” could include “a sharing together” or “relationship” or “companionship” or “Christian community.”

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* In the context of an animal’s body, “flesh” could be translated as “body” or “skin” or “meat.”
* When it is used to refer generally to all living creatures, this term could be translated as “living beings” or “everything that is alive.”
* When referring in general to all people, this term could be translated as “people” or “human beings” or “everyone who lives.”
* The expression “flesh and blood” could also be translated as “relatives” or “family” or “kinfolk” or “family clan.” There may be contexts where it could be translated as “ancestors” or “descendants.”
* The expression “flesh and blood” could also be translated as “relatives” or “family” or “kinfolk” or “family clan.” There may be contexts where it could be translated as “ancestors” or “descendants.”
* Some languages may have an expression that is similar in meaning to “flesh and blood.”
* The expression “become one flesh” could be translated as “unite sexually” or “become as one body” or “become like one person in body and spirit.” The translation of this expression should be checked to make sure it is acceptable in the project language and culture. (See: [euphemism](rc://en/ta/man/translate/figs-euphemism)). It should also be understood that this is figurative, and does not mean that a man and a woman who “become one flesh” literally become one person.
* The expression “become one flesh” could be translated as “unite sexually” or “become as one body” or “become like one person in body and spirit.” The translation of this expression should be checked to make sure it is acceptable in the project language and culture. (See: [euphemism](rc://en/ta/man/translate/figs-euphemism)). It should also be understood that this is figurative, and does not mean that a man and a woman who “become one flesh” literally become one person.

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* When people confess their sins, God forgives them based on Jesus’ sacrificial death on the cross.
* Jesus taught his disciples to forgive others as he has forgiven them.

The term “pardon” means to forgive and not punish someone for his sin.
The term “pardon” means to forgive and not punish someone for his sin.

* This word has the same meaning as “forgive” but may also include the meaning of a formal decision to not punish someone who is guilty.
* In a court of law, a judge can pardon a person found guilty of a crime.
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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[07:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/07/10)__ But Esau had already __forgiven__ Jacob, and they were happy to see each other again.
* __[13:15](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/15)__ Then Moses climbed the mountain again and prayed that God would __forgive__ the people. God listened to Moses and __forgave__ them.
* __[17:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/13)__ David repented of his sin and God __forgave__ him.
* __[21:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/05)__ In the New Covenant, God would write his law on the people’s hearts, the people would know God personally, they would be his people, and God would __forgive__ their sins.
* __[29:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/29/01)__ One day Peter asked Jesus, “Master, how many times should I __forgive__ my brother when he sins against me?”
* __[29:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/29/08)__ I __forgave__ your debt because you begged me.
* __[38:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/05)__ Then Jesus took a cup and said, “Drink this. It is my blood of the New Covenant that is poured out for the __forgiveness__ of sins.
* __[07:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/07/10)__ But Esau had already __forgiven__ Jacob, and they were happy to see each other again.
* __[13:15](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/15)__ Then Moses climbed the mountain again and prayed that God would __forgive__ the people. God listened to Moses and __forgave__ them.
* __[17:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/13)__ David repented of his sin and God __forgave__ him.
* __[21:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/05)__ In the New Covenant, God would write his law on the people’s hearts, the people would know God personally, they would be his people, and God would __forgive__ their sins.
* __[29:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/29/01)__ One day Peter asked Jesus, “Master, how many times should I __forgive__ my brother when he sins against me?”
* __[29:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/29/08)__ I __forgave__ your debt because you begged me.
* __[38:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/05)__ Then Jesus took a cup and said, “Drink this. It is my blood of the New Covenant that is poured out for the __forgiveness__ of sins.


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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[24:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/04)__ John __fulfilled__ what the prophets said, “See I send my messenger ahead of you, who will prepare your way.”
* __[40:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/03)__ The soldiers gambled for Jesus’ clothing. When they did this, they __fulfilled__ a prophecy that said, “They divided my garments among them, and gambled for my clothing.”
* __[24:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/04)__ John __fulfilled__ what the prophets said, “See I send my messenger ahead of you, who will prepare your way.”
* __[40:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/03)__ The soldiers gambled for Jesus’ clothing. When they did this, they __fulfilled__ a prophecy that said, “They divided my garments among them, and gambled for my clothing.”
* __[42:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/42/07)__ Jesus said, “I told you that everything written about me in God’s word must be __fulfilled__.”
* __[43:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/05)__ “This __fulfills__ the prophecy made by the prophet Joel in which God said, ‘In the last days, I will pour out my Spirit.’”
* __[43:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/07)__ “This __fulfills__ the prophecy which says, ‘You will not let your Holy One rot in the grave.’”
* __[44:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/44/05)__ “Although you did not understand what you were doing, God used your actions to __fulfill__ the prophecies that the Messiah would suffer and die.”
* __[43:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/05)__ “This __fulfills__ the prophecy made by the prophet Joel in which God said, ‘In the last days, I will pour out my Spirit.’”
* __[43:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/07)__ “This __fulfills__ the prophecy which says, ‘You will not let your Holy One rot in the grave.’”
* __[44:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/44/05)__ “Although you did not understand what you were doing, God used your actions to __fulfill__ the prophecies that the Messiah would suffer and die.”


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The term “glory” is a general term for a family of concepts including value, worth, importance, honor, splendor, or majesty. The term “glorify” means to ascribe glory to someone or something, or to show or tell how glorious something or someone is.

* In the Bible, the term "glory" is especially used to describe God, who is more valuable, more worthy, more important, more honorable, more splendid, and more majestic than anyone or anything in the universe. Everything about his character reveals his glory.
* In the Bible, the term “glory” is especially used to describe God, who is more valuable, more worthy, more important, more honorable, more splendid, and more majestic than anyone or anything in the universe. Everything about his character reveals his glory.
* People can glorify God by telling about the wonderful things he has done. They can also glorify God by living in accordance with God's character, because doing so shows to others his value, worth, importance, honor, splendor, and majesty.
* The expression to “glory in” means to boast about or take pride in something.

### Old Testament
### Old Testament

* The specific phrase "the glory of Yahweh" in the Old Testament usually refers to some perceptible manifestation of Yahweh's presence in a particular location.
* The specific phrase “the glory of Yahweh” in the Old Testament usually refers to some perceptible manifestation of Yahweh's presence in a particular location.

### New Testament

* God the Father will glorify God the Son by revealing to all people the full extent of how glorious Jesus is.
* Everyone who believes in Christ will be glorified with him. This use of the term "glorify" carries a unique meaning. It means that when people who believe in Christ are raised to life, they will be changed physically to be like Jesus as he appeared after his resurrection.
* Everyone who believes in Christ will be glorified with him. This use of the term “glorify” carries a unique meaning. It means that when people who believe in Christ are raised to life, they will be changed physically to be like Jesus as he appeared after his resurrection.

## Translation Suggestions:

* Depending on the context, different ways to translate “glory” could include “splendor” or “majesty” or “awesome greatness” or “extreme value.”
* The term “glorious” could be translated as “full of glory” or “extremely valuable” or “brightly shining” or “awesomely majestic.”
* The term “glorious” could be translated as “full of glory” or “extremely valuable” or “brightly shining” or “awesomely majestic.”
* The expression “give glory to God” could be translated as “honor God’s greatness” or “praise God because of his splendor” or “tell others how great God is.”
* The expression “glory in” could also be translated as “praise” or “take pride in” or “boast about” or “take pleasure in.”
* “Glorify” could also be translated as “give glory to” or “bring glory to” or “cause to appear great.”
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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[23:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/07)__ Suddenly, the skies were filled with angels praising God, saying, “__Glory__ to God in heaven and peace on earth to the people he favors!”
* __[25:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/25/06)__ Then Satan showed Jesus all the kingdoms of the world and all their __glory__ and said, “I will give you all this if you bow down and worship me.”
* __[37:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/01)__ When Jesus heard this news, he said, “This sickness will not end in death, but it is for the __glory__ of God.”
* __[37:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/08)__ Jesus responded, “Did I not tell you that you would see God’s __glory__ if you believe in me?”
* __[23:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/07)__ Suddenly, the skies were filled with angels praising God, saying, “__Glory__ to God in heaven and peace on earth to the people he favors!”
* __[25:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/25/06)__ Then Satan showed Jesus all the kingdoms of the world and all their __glory__ and said, “I will give you all this if you bow down and worship me.”
* __[37:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/01)__ When Jesus heard this news, he said, “This sickness will not end in death, but it is for the __glory__ of God.”
* __[37:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/08)__ Jesus responded, “Did I not tell you that you would see God’s __glory__ if you believe in me?”

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## Translation Suggestions:

* Ways to translate “God” could include “Deity” or “Creator” or “Supreme Being" or “Supreme Creator” or “Infinite Sovereign Lord” or “Eternal Supreme Being.”
* Ways to translate “God” could include “Deity” or “Creator” or “Supreme Being or “Supreme Creator” or “Infinite Sovereign Lord” or “Eternal Supreme Being.”
* Consider how God is referred to in a local or national language. There may also already be a word for “God” in the language being translated. If so, it is important to make sure that this word fits the characteristics of the one true God as described above.
* Many languages capitalize the first letter of the word for the one true God, to distinguish it from the word for a false god. Another way to make this distinction would be to use different terms for “God” and “god.” NOTE: In the biblical text, when a person who does not worship Yahweh speaks about Yahweh and uses the word "god," it is acceptable to render the term without a capital letter in reference to Yahweh (see Jonah 1:6, 3:9).
* Many languages capitalize the first letter of the word for the one true God, to distinguish it from the word for a false god. Another way to make this distinction would be to use different terms for “God” and “god.” NOTE: In the biblical text, when a person who does not worship Yahweh speaks about Yahweh and uses the word “god,” it is acceptable to render the term without a capital letter in reference to Yahweh (see Jonah 1:6, 3:9).
* The phrase “I will be their God and they will be my people” could also be translated as “I, God, will rule over these people and they will worship me.”

(Translation suggestions: [How to Translate Names](rc://en/ta/man/translate/translate-names))
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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[01:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/01)__ __God__ created the universe and everything in it in six days.
* __[01:15](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/15)__ __God__ made man and woman in his own image.
* __[05:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/05/03)__ “I am __God__ Almighty. I will make a covenant with you.”
* __[09:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/09/14)__ __God__ said, “I AM WHO I AM. Tell them, ‘I AM has sent me to you.’ Also tell them, ‘I am Yahweh, the __God__ of your ancestors Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. This is my name forever.’”
* __[10:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/10/02)__ Through these plagues, __God__ showed Pharaoh that he is more powerful than Pharaoh and all of Egypt’s gods.
* __[01:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/01)__ __God__ created the universe and everything in it in six days.
* __[01:15](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/15)__ __God__ made man and woman in his own image.
* __[05:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/05/03)__ “I am __God__ Almighty. I will make a covenant with you.”
* __[09:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/09/14)__ __God__ said, “I AM WHO I AM. Tell them, ‘I AM has sent me to you.’ Also tell them, ‘I am Yahweh, the __God__ of your ancestors Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. This is my name forever.’”
* __[10:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/10/02)__ Through these plagues, __God__ showed Pharaoh that he is more powerful than Pharaoh and all of Egypt’s gods.
* __[16:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/16/01)__ The Israelites began to worship the Canaanite gods instead of Yahweh, the true __God__.
* __[22:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/22/07)__ You, my son, will be called the prophet of the __Most High God__ who will prepare the people to receive the Messiah!”
* __[24:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/09)__ There is only one __God__. But John heard __God__ the Father speak, and saw Jesus the Son and the Holy Spirit when he baptized Jesus.
* __[25:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/25/07)__ “Worship only the Lord your __God__ and only serve him.”
* __[22:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/22/07)__ You, my son, will be called the prophet of the __Most High God__ who will prepare the people to receive the Messiah!”
* __[24:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/09)__ There is only one __God__. But John heard __God__ the Father speak, and saw Jesus the Son and the Holy Spirit when he baptized Jesus.
* __[25:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/25/07)__ “Worship only the Lord your __God__ and only serve him.”
* __[28:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/28/01)__ “There is only one who is good, and that is __God__.”
* __[49:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/09)__ But __God__ loved everyone in the world so much that he gave his only Son so that whoever believes in Jesus will not be punished for his sins, but will live with __God__ forever.
* __[50:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/16)__ But some day __God__ will create a new heaven and a new earth that will be perfect.
* __[49:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/09)__ But __God__ loved everyone in the world so much that he gave his only Son so that whoever believes in Jesus will not be punished for his sins, but will live with __God__ forever.
* __[50:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/16)__ But some day __God__ will create a new heaven and a new earth that will be perfect.

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## Translation Suggestions:

* The phrase “the godly” could be translated as “godly people” or “people who obey God.” (See: [nominaladj](rc://en/ta/man/translate/figs-nominaladj))
* The adjective “godly” could be translated as “obedient to God” or “righteous” or “pleasing to God.”
* The adjective “godly” could be translated as “obedient to God” or “righteous” or “pleasing to God.”
* The phrase “in a godly manner” could be translated as “in a way that obeys God” or “with actions and words that please God.”
* Ways to translate “godliness” could include “acting in a way that pleases God” or “obeying God” or “living in a righteous manner.”



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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[24:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/09)__ There is only one God. But John heard __God the Father__ speak, and saw Jesus the Son and the Holy Spirit when he baptized Jesus.
* __[29:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/29/09)__ Then Jesus said, “This is what my __heavenly Father__ will do to every one of you if you do not forgive your brother from your heart.”
* __[24:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/09)__ There is only one God. But John heard __God the Father__ speak, and saw Jesus the Son and the Holy Spirit when he baptized Jesus.
* __[29:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/29/09)__ Then Jesus said, “This is what my __heavenly Father__ will do to every one of you if you do not forgive your brother from your heart.”
* __[37:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/09)__ Then Jesus looked up to heaven and said, “__Father__, thank you for hearing me.”
* __[40:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/07)__ Then Jesus cried out, “It is finished! __Father__, I give my spirit into your hands.”
* __[42:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/42/10)__ “So go, make disciples of all people groups by baptizing them in the name of __the Father__, the Son, and the Holy Spirit and by teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”


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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[01:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/04)__ God saw that what he had created was __good__.
* __[01:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/11)__ God planted…the tree of the knowledge of __good__ and evil.”
* __[01:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/12)__ Then God said, “It is not __good__ for man to be alone.”
* __[02:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/02/04)__ “God just knows that as soon as you eat it, you will be like God and will understand __good__ and evil like he does.”
* __[01:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/11)__ God planted…the tree of the knowledge of __good__ and evil.”
* __[01:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/12)__ Then God said, “It is not __good__ for man to be alone.”
* __[02:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/02/04)__ “God just knows that as soon as you eat it, you will be like God and will understand __good__ and evil like he does.”
* __[08:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/08/12)__ “You tried to do evil when you sold me as a slave, but God used the evil for __good__!”
* __[14:15](rc://en/tn/help/obs/14/15)__ Joshua was a __good__ leader because he tTable of Contentsrusted and obeyed God.
* __[18:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/18/13)__ Some of these kings were __good__ men who ruled justly and worshiped God.
* __[28:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/28/01)__ “__Good__ teacher, what must I do to have eternal life?” Jesus said to him, “Why do you call me ‘__good__?’ There is only one who is __good__, and that is God.”
* __[14:15](rc://en/tn/help/obs/14/15)__ Joshua was a __good__ leader because he tTable of Contentsrusted and obeyed God.
* __[18:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/18/13)__ Some of these kings were __good__ men who ruled justly and worshiped God.
* __[28:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/28/01)__ “__Good__ teacher, what must I do to have eternal life?” Jesus said to him, “Why do you call me ‘__good__?’ There is only one who is __good__, and that is God.”

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[23:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/06)__ The angel said, “Do not be afraid, because I have some __good news__ for you. The Messiah, the Master, has been born in Bethlehem!”
* __[26:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/03)__ Jesus read, “God has given me his Spirit so that I can proclaim __good news__ to the poor, freedom to captives, recovery of sight for the blind, and release to the oppressed. This is the year of the Lord’s favor.”
* __[23:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/06)__ The angel said, “Do not be afraid, because I have some __good news__ for you. The Messiah, the Master, has been born in Bethlehem!”
* __[26:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/03)__ Jesus read, “God has given me his Spirit so that I can proclaim __good news__ to the poor, freedom to captives, recovery of sight for the blind, and release to the oppressed. This is the year of the Lord’s favor.”
* __[45:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/45/10)__ Philip also used other Scriptures to tell him the __good news of Jesus__.
* __[46:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/10)__ Then they sent them off to preach the __good news about Jesus__ in many other places.
* __[46:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/10)__ Then they sent them off to preach the __good news about Jesus__ in many other places.
* __[47:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/01)__ One day, Paul and his friend Silas went to the town of Philippi to proclaim the __good news about Jesus__.
* __[47:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/13)__ The __good news about Jesus__ kept spreading, and the Church kept growing.
* __[50:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/01)__ For almost 2,000 years, more and more people around the world have been hearing the __good news about Jesus__ the Messiah.
* __[50:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/02)__ When Jesus was living on earth he said, “My disciples will preach the __good news__ about the kingdom of God to people everywhere in the world, and then the end will come.”
* __[50:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/03)__ Before he returned to heaven, Jesus told Christians to proclaim the __good news__ to people who have never heard it.
* __[47:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/47/13)__ The __good news about Jesus__ kept spreading, and the Church kept growing.
* __[50:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/01)__ For almost 2,000 years, more and more people around the world have been hearing the __good news about Jesus__ the Messiah.
* __[50:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/02)__ When Jesus was living on earth he said, “My disciples will preach the __good news__ about the kingdom of God to people everywhere in the world, and then the end will come.”
* __[50:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/03)__ Before he returned to heaven, Jesus told Christians to proclaim the __good news__ to people who have never heard it.

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[39:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/02)__ They brought many witnesses who lied about him (Jesus). However, their statements did not agree with each other, so the Jewish leaders could not prove he was __guilty__ of anything.
* __[39:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/11)__ After speaking with Jesus, Pilate went out to the crowd and said, “I find no __guilt__ in this man.” But the Jewish leaders and the crowd shouted, “Crucify him!” Pilate replied, “He is not __guilty__.” But they shouted even louder. Then Pilate said a third time, “He is not __guilty__!”
* __[39:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/02)__ They brought many witnesses who lied about him (Jesus). However, their statements did not agree with each other, so the Jewish leaders could not prove he was __guilty__ of anything.
* __[39:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/11)__ After speaking with Jesus, Pilate went out to the crowd and said, “I find no __guilt__ in this man.” But the Jewish leaders and the crowd shouted, “Crucify him!” Pilate replied, “He is not __guilty__.” But they shouted even louder. Then Pilate said a third time, “He is not __guilty__!”
* __[40:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/04)__ Jesus was crucified between two robbers. One of them mocked Jesus, but the other said, “Don’t you fear God? We are __guilty__, but this man is innocent.
* __[49:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/10)__ Because of your sin, you are __guilty__ and deserve to die.
* __[49:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/49/10)__ Because of your sin, you are __guilty__ and deserve to die.

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## Definition:

The terms “Hades” (in Greek) and “Sheol” (in Hebrew) are proper names for the "underworld," meaning an underground dwelling place where people from ancient cultures believed a dead person would go after he had died.
The terms “Hades” (in Greek) and “Sheol” (in Hebrew) are proper names for the “underworld,” meaning an underground dwelling place where people from ancient cultures believed a dead person would go after he had died.

* In the Old Testament, the Hebrew term “Sheol” can be used either as a proper name or as a common noun meaning "underground."
* In the New Testament, the Greek term “Hades” is described as a place for dead people who have rejected Jesus. The New Testament describes people as "going down” to Hades.
* In the Old Testament, the Hebrew term “Sheol” can be used either as a proper name or as a common noun meaning “underground.”
* In the New Testament, the Greek term “Hades” is described as a place for dead people who have rejected Jesus. The New Testament describes people as going down” to Hades.

## Translation Suggestions

* The Old Testament term “Sheol” can be translated in various ways, depending on the context. Some possibilities include: “place of the dead;” “place for dead spirits;” “the pit;” or “death."
* The New Testament term “Hades” can also be translated in various ways, depending on the context. Some possibilities include: “place for unbelieving dead souls;” “place of torment for the dead;” or “place for the souls of unbelieving dead people.”
* The Old Testament term “Sheol” can be translated in various ways, depending on the context. Some possibilities include: “place of the dead;” “place for dead spirits;” “the pit;” or “death.
* The New Testament term “Hades” can also be translated in various ways, depending on the context. Some possibilities include: “place for unbelieving dead souls;” “place of torment for the dead;” or “place for the souls of unbelieving dead people.”
* Some translations keep the proper names “Sheol” and “Hades,” spelling them to fit the sound patterns of the language of translation. (See: [How to Translate Unknowns](rc://en/ta/man/translate/translate-unknown)).
* A phrase could also be added to each term to explain it, examples of doing this are, “Sheol, place where dead people are” and “Hades, place of death.”



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## Definition:

The term “heart” refers to the internal bodily organ that pumps blood throughout the body in people and animals. However, in the Bible the term "heart" is often used figuratively to refer to a person’s thoughts, emotions, desires, or will.
The term “heart” refers to the internal bodily organ that pumps blood throughout the body in people and animals. However, in the Bible the term “heart” is often used figuratively to refer to a person’s thoughts, emotions, desires, or will.

* To have a “hard heart” is a common expression that means a person stubbornly refuses to obey God.
* The expressions “with all my heart” or “with my whole heart” mean to do something with complete sincerity, commitment, or willingness, holding nothing back.


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* __[04:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/02)__ They even began building a tall tower to reach __heaven__.
* __[14:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/14/11)__ He (God) gave them bread from __heaven__, called “manna.”
* __[23:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/07)__ Suddenly, the skies were filled with angels praising God, saying, “Glory to God in __heaven__ and peace on earth to the people he favors!”
* __[29:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/29/09)__ Then Jesus said, “This is what my __heavenly__ Father will do to every one of you if you do not forgive your brother from your heart.”
* __[37:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/09)__ Then Jesus looked up to __heaven__ and said, “Father, thank you for hearing me.”
* __[23:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/07)__ Suddenly, the skies were filled with angels praising God, saying, “Glory to God in __heaven__ and peace on earth to the people he favors!”
* __[29:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/29/09)__ Then Jesus said, “This is what my __heavenly__ Father will do to every one of you if you do not forgive your brother from your heart.”
* __[37:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/09)__ Then Jesus looked up to __heaven__ and said, “Father, thank you for hearing me.”
* __[42:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/42/11)__ Then Jesus went up to __heaven__, and a cloud hid him from their sight.




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The term “Hebrew” refers in a very general sense to the people group descended from Abraham through the line of Isaac and Jacob.


* The specific word “Hebrew” can refer either to a individual person in the people group or to the language spoken by that people group.
* The vast majority of the Old Testament was written in the language called "Hebrew." However, in most cases in the New Testament, the specific term "Hebrew" probably refers to the Aramaic language rather than the Hebrew language.
* In different places in the Bible, the Hebrews were also called “Israelites” or "Jews." When translating, it is best to keep all three terms distinct in the text, as long as it is clear that these terms refer to the same people group.
* The specific word “Hebrew” can refer either to a individual person in the people group or to the language spoken by that people group.
* The vast majority of the Old Testament was written in the language called “Hebrew.” However, in most cases in the New Testament, the specific term “Hebrew” probably refers to the Aramaic language rather than the Hebrew language.
* In different places in the Bible, the Hebrews were also called “Israelites” or “Jews.” When translating, it is best to keep all three terms distinct in the text, as long as it is clear that these terms refer to the same people group.

(Translation suggestions: [How to Translate Names](rc://en/ta/man/translate/translate-names))



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* Hell is described as a place of fire and severe suffering.
* Satan and the evil spirits who follow him will be thrown into hell for eternal punishment.
* People who do not believe in Jesus’ sacrifice for their sin and do not trust in him to save them, will be punished forever in hell.

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[13:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/08)__ No one could enter the room behind the curtain except the __high priest__, because God lived there.
* __[21:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/07)__ The Messiah who would come would be the perfect __high priest__ who would offer himself as a perfect sacrifice to God.
* __[21:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/07)__ The Messiah who would come would be the perfect __high priest__ who would offer himself as a perfect sacrifice to God.
* __[38:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/03)__ The Jewish leaders, led by the __high priest__, paid Judas thirty silver coins to betray Jesus.
* __[39:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/01)__ The soldiers led Jesus to the house of the __high priest__ in order for the __high priest__ to question him.
* __[39:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/03)__ Finally, the __high priest__ looked directly at Jesus and said, “Tell us, are you the Messiah, the Son of the living God?”
* __[44:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/44/07)__ The next day, the Jewish leaders brought Peter and John to the __high priest__ and the other religious leaders.
* __[45:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/45/02)__ So the religious leaders arrested Stephen and brought him to the __high priest__ and the other leaders of the Jews, where more false witnesses lied about Stephen.
* __[46:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/01)__ The __high priest__ gave Saul permission to go to the city of Damascus to arrest Christians there and bring them back to Jerusalem.
* __[48:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/48/06)__ Jesus is the Great __High Priest__. Unlike other priests, he offered himself as the only sacrifice that could to take away the sin of all the people in the world. Jesus was the perfect __high priest__ because he took the punishment for every sin that anyone has ever committed.
* __[39:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/01)__ The soldiers led Jesus to the house of the __high priest__ in order for the __high priest__ to question him.
* __[39:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/03)__ Finally, the __high priest__ looked directly at Jesus and said, “Tell us, are you the Messiah, the Son of the living God?”
* __[44:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/44/07)__ The next day, the Jewish leaders brought Peter and John to the __high priest__ and the other religious leaders.
* __[45:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/45/02)__ So the religious leaders arrested Stephen and brought him to the __high priest__ and the other leaders of the Jews, where more false witnesses lied about Stephen.
* __[46:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/01)__ The __high priest__ gave Saul permission to go to the city of Damascus to arrest Christians there and bring them back to Jerusalem.
* __[48:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/48/06)__ Jesus is the Great __High Priest__. Unlike other priests, he offered himself as the only sacrifice that could to take away the sin of all the people in the world. Jesus was the perfect __high priest__ because he took the punishment for every sin that anyone has ever committed.

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* An object that God has declared to be holy is one that he has set apart for his glory and use, such as an altar that is for the purpose of offering sacrifices to him.
* People cannot approach him unless he allows them to, because he is holy and they are merely human beings, sinful and imperfect.
* 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.
* God also set apart as holy certain places and things that belonged to him or in which he revealed himself, such as his temple.

Literally, the term “unholy” means “not holy.” It describes someone or something that does not honor God.

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[01:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/16)__ He (God) blessed the seventh day and made it __holy__, because on this day he rested from his work.
* __[09:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/09/12)__ “You are standing on __holy__ ground.”
* __[13:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/01)__ “If you will obey me and keep my covenant, you will be my prized possession, a kingdom of priests, and a __holy__ nation.”
* __[09:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/09/12)__ “You are standing on __holy__ ground.”
* __[13:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/01)__ “If you will obey me and keep my covenant, you will be my prized possession, a kingdom of priests, and a __holy__ nation.”
* __[13:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/13/05)__ “Always be sure to keep the Sabbath day __holy__.”
* __[22:05](rc://en/tn/help/obs/22/05)__ “So the baby will be __holy__, the Son of God.”
* __[50:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/02)__ As we wait for Jesus to return, God wants us to live in a way that is __holy__ and that honors him.
* __[50:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/02)__ As we wait for Jesus to return, God wants us to live in a way that is __holy__ and that honors him.

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[01:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/01)__ But __God’s Spirit__ was there over the water.
* __[24:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/08)__ When Jesus came up out of the water after being baptized, __the Spirit of God__ appeared in the form of a dove and came down and rested on him.
* __[26:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/01)__ After overcoming Satan’s temptations, Jesus returned in the power of __the Holy Spirit__ to the region of Galilee where he lived.
* __[26:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/03)__ Jesus read, “God has given me __his Spirit__ so that I can proclaim good news to the poor, freedom to captives, recovery of sight for the blind, and release to the oppressed.”
* __[42:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/42/10)__ “So go, make disciples of all people groups by baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and __the Holy Spirit__ and by teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”
* __[43:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/03)__ They were all filled with the __Holy Spirit__ and they began to speak in other languages.
* __[43:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/08)__ “And Jesus has sent the __Holy Spirit__ just as he promised he would do. The __Holy Spirit__ is causing the things that you are are now seeing and hearing.”
* __[01:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/01/01)__ But __God’s Spirit__ was there over the water.
* __[24:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/08)__ When Jesus came up out of the water after being baptized, __the Spirit of God__ appeared in the form of a dove and came down and rested on him.
* __[26:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/01)__ After overcoming Satan’s temptations, Jesus returned in the power of __the Holy Spirit__ to the region of Galilee where he lived.
* __[26:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/03)__ Jesus read, “God has given me __his Spirit__ so that I can proclaim good news to the poor, freedom to captives, recovery of sight for the blind, and release to the oppressed.”
* __[42:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/42/10)__ “So go, make disciples of all people groups by baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and __the Holy Spirit__ and by teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”
* __[43:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/03)__ They were all filled with the __Holy Spirit__ and they began to speak in other languages.
* __[43:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/08)__ “And Jesus has sent the __Holy Spirit__ just as he promised he would do. The __Holy Spirit__ is causing the things that you are are now seeing and hearing.”
* __[43:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/43/11)__ Peter answered them, “Every one of you should repent and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ so that God will forgive your sins. Then he will also give you the gift of the __Holy Spirit__.”
* __[45:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/45/01)__ He (Stephen) had a good reputation and was full of the __Holy Spirit__ and of wisdom.
* __[45:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/45/01)__ He (Stephen) had a good reputation and was full of the __Holy Spirit__ and of wisdom.

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* Other ways to translate “honor” could include “respect” or “esteem” or “high regard.”
* The term to “honor” could be translated as to “show special respect to” or to “cause to be praised” or to “show high regard for” or to “highly value.”
(See also: [dishonor](../other/dishonor.md), [glory](../kt/glory.md), [glory](../kt/glory.md), [praise](../other/praise.md))

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## Definition:

Hope is strongly desiring something to happen.
Hope can imply either certainty or uncertainty regarding a future event.
Hope is strongly desiring something to happen.
Hope can imply either certainty or uncertainty regarding a future event.

* In the Bible, the term “hope” also has the meaning of “trust,” as in “my hope is in the Lord.” It refers to a sure expectation of receiving what God has promised his people.
* In the Bible, the term “hope” also has the meaning of “trust,” as in “my hope is in the Lord.” It refers to a sure expectation of receiving what God has promised his people.
* Sometimes the ULT translates the term in the original language as “confidence.” This happens mostly in the New Testament in situations where people who believe in Jesus as their Savior have the assurance (or confidence or hope) of receiving what God has promised.
* To have “no hope” means to have no expectation of something good happening. It means that it is actually very certain that it will not happen.



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The term “image” refers to something that looks like something else or that is like someone in character or essence. The phrase “image of God” is used in different ways, depending on the context.

* At the beginning of time, God created human beings “in his image,” that is, “in his likeness.” This means that people have certain characteristics that reflect the image of God, such as the ability to feel emotion, the ability to reason and communicate, and a spirit that lives eternally.
* At the beginning of time, God created human beings “in his image,” that is, “in his likeness.” This means that people have certain characteristics that reflect the image of God, such as the ability to feel emotion, the ability to reason and communicate, and a spirit that lives eternally.
* The Bible teaches that Jesus, God’s Son, is “the image of God,” that is, he is God himself. Unlike human beings, Jesus was not created. From all eternity God the Son has had all the divine characteristics because he has had the same essence with God the Father.
## Translation Suggestions:

* When referring to Jesus, “image of God” could be translated as “exact likeness of God” or “same essence as God” or “same being as God.”
* When referring to human beings, “God created them in his image” could be translated with a phrase that means “God created them to be like him” or “God created them with characteristics like his own.”
* When referring to human beings, “God created them in his image” could be translated with a phrase that means “God created them to be like him” or “God created them with characteristics like his own.”

(See also: [image](../other/image.md), [Son of God](../kt/sonofgod.md), [Son of God](../kt/sonofgod.md))



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## Definition:

The term “inherit” refers to receiving something valuable from a parent after the parent(s) die. The term can also refer to receiving something valuable from some other person because of a special relationship with that person. An “inheritance” is the thing(s) that is received, and an "heir" is a person who receives an inheritance.
The term “inherit” refers to receiving something valuable from a parent after the parent(s) die. The term can also refer to receiving something valuable from some other person because of a special relationship with that person. An “inheritance” is the thing(s) that is received, and an “heir” is a person who receives an inheritance.

* A physical inheritance that is received may be money, land, or other kinds of property.
* God promised Abraham and his descendants that they would inherit the land of Canaan, that it would belong to them forever.
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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[04:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/04/06)__ When Abram arrived in Canaan God said, “Look all around you. I will give to you and your descendants all the land that you can see as an __inheritance__.”
* __[27:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/27/01)__ One day, an expert in the Jewish law came to Jesus to test him, saying, “Teacher, what must I do to __inherit__ eternal life?”
* __[35:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/35/03)__ “There was a man who had two sons. The younger son told his father, ‘Father, I want my __inheritance__ now!’ So the father divided his property between the two sons.”
* __[27:01](rc://en/tn/help/obs/27/01)__ One day, an expert in the Jewish law came to Jesus to test him, saying, “Teacher, what must I do to __inherit__ eternal life?”
* __[35:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/35/03)__ “There was a man who had two sons. The younger son told his father, ‘Father, I want my __inheritance__ now!’ So the father divided his property between the two sons.”

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* A person accused of doing something wrong is innocent if he has not committed that wrong.
* Sometimes the term “innocent” is used to refer to people who have done nothing wrong to deserve the bad treatment they are receiving, as in an enemy army attacking “innocent people.”
* In the Bible, "blood" can represent "killing," so "innocent blood" refers to "killing people who did not deserve to die."
* In the Bible, “blood” can represent “killing,” so “innocent blood” refers to “killing people who did not deserve to die.”

## Translation Suggestions:

* In most contexts, the term “innocent” can be translated as “not guilty” or “not responsible” or “not to blame” for something.
* When referring in general to innocent people, this term could be translated as “who have done nothing wrong” or “who are not involved in evil.”
* "To shed innocent blood" can be translated as "to kill people who did not deserve to die."
* “To shed innocent blood” can be translated as “to kill people who did not deserve to die.”


(See also: [guilt](../kt/guilt.md))


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## Translation Suggestions:

* Ways to translate “jealous” could include “strong protective desire” or “possessive desire.”
* Ways to translate “jealous” could include “strong protective desire” or “possessive desire.”
* The term “jealousy” could be translated as “strong protective feeling” or “possessive feeling.”
* When talking about God, make sure the translation of these terms does not give a negative meaning of being resentful of someone else.
* In the context of people’s wrong feelings of anger toward toward other people who are more successful, the terms “envious” and “envy” could be used. But these terms should not be used for God.


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## 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 term “Christ” is a title that means “anointed one” and is another word for Messiah.

* 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.
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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[22:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/22/04)__ The angel said, “You will become pregnant and give birth to a son. You are to name him __Jesus__ and he will be the Messiah.”
* __[23:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/02)__ “Name him __Jesus__ (which means, ‘Yahweh saves’), because he will save the people from their sins.”
* __[24:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/07)__ So John baptized him (Jesus), even though __Jesus__ had never sinned.
* __[24:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/09)__ There is only one God. But John heard God the Father speak, and saw __Jesus__ the Son and the Holy Spirit when he baptized __Jesus__.
* __[25:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/25/08)__ __Jesus__ did not give in to Satan’s temptations, so Satan left him.
* __[26:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/08)__ Then __Jesus__ went throughout the region of Galilee, and large crowds came to him. They brought many people who were sick or handicapped, including those who could not see, walk, hear, or speak, and __Jesus__ healed them.
* __[31:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/31/03)__ Then __Jesus__ finished praying and went to the disciples. He walked on top of the water across the lake toward their boat!
* __[38:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/02)__ He (Judas) knew that the Jewish leaders denied that __Jesus__ was the Messiah and that they were plotting to kill him.
* __[40:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/08)__ Through his death, __Jesus__ opened a way for people to come to God.
* __[42:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/42/11)__ Then __Jesus__ was taken up to heaven, and a cloud hid him from their sight. __Jesus__ sat down at the right hand of God to rule over all things.
* __[50:17](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/17)__ __Jesus__ and his people will live on the new earth, and he will reign forever over everything that exists. He will wipe away every tear and there will be no more suffering, sadness, crying, evil, pain, or death. __Jesus__ will rule his kingdom with peace and justice, and he will be with his people forever.
* __[22:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/22/04)__ The angel said, “You will become pregnant and give birth to a son. You are to name him __Jesus__ and he will be the Messiah.”
* __[23:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/23/02)__ “Name him __Jesus__ (which means, ‘Yahweh saves’), because he will save the people from their sins.”
* __[24:07](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/07)__ So John baptized him (Jesus), even though __Jesus__ had never sinned.
* __[24:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/24/09)__ There is only one God. But John heard God the Father speak, and saw __Jesus__ the Son and the Holy Spirit when he baptized __Jesus__.
* __[25:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/25/08)__ __Jesus__ did not give in to Satan’s temptations, so Satan left him.
* __[26:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/26/08)__ Then __Jesus__ went throughout the region of Galilee, and large crowds came to him. They brought many people who were sick or handicapped, including those who could not see, walk, hear, or speak, and __Jesus__ healed them.
* __[31:03](rc://en/tn/help/obs/31/03)__ Then __Jesus__ finished praying and went to the disciples. He walked on top of the water across the lake toward their boat!
* __[38:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/38/02)__ He (Judas) knew that the Jewish leaders denied that __Jesus__ was the Messiah and that they were plotting to kill him.
* __[40:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/08)__ Through his death, __Jesus__ opened a way for people to come to God.
* __[42:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/42/11)__ Then __Jesus__ was taken up to heaven, and a cloud hid him from their sight. __Jesus__ sat down at the right hand of God to rule over all things.
* __[50:17](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/17)__ __Jesus__ and his people will live on the new earth, and he will reign forever over everything that exists. He will wipe away every tear and there will be no more suffering, sadness, crying, evil, pain, or death. __Jesus__ will rule his kingdom with peace and justice, and he will be with his people forever.

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[20:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/20/11)__ The Israelites were now called __Jews__ and most of them had lived their whole lives in Babylon.
* __[20:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/20/12)__ So, after seventy years in exile, a small group of __Jews__ returned to the city of Jerusalem in Judah.
* __[37:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/10)__ Many of the __Jews__ believed in Jesus because of this miracle.
* __[37:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/11)__ But the religious leaders of the __Jews__ were jealous, so they gathered together to plan how they could kill Jesus and Lazarus.
* __[20:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/20/11)__ The Israelites were now called __Jews__ and most of them had lived their whole lives in Babylon.
* __[20:12](rc://en/tn/help/obs/20/12)__ So, after seventy years in exile, a small group of __Jews__ returned to the city of Jerusalem in Judah.
* __[37:10](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/10)__ Many of the __Jews__ believed in Jesus because of this miracle.
* __[37:11](rc://en/tn/help/obs/37/11)__ But the religious leaders of the __Jews__ were jealous, so they gathered together to plan how they could kill Jesus and Lazarus.
* __[40:02](rc://en/tn/help/obs/40/02)__ Pilate commanded that they write, “King of the __Jews__” on a sign and put it on the cross above Jesus’ head.
* __[46:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/06)__ Right away, Saul began preaching to the __Jews__ in Damascus, saying, “Jesus is the Son of God!”
* __[46:06](rc://en/tn/help/obs/46/06)__ Right away, Saul began preaching to the __Jews__ in Damascus, saying, “Jesus is the Son of God!”

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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[19:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/19/16)__ The prophets warned the people that if they did not stop doing evil and start obeying God, then God would __judge__ them as guilty, and he would punish them.
* __[21:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/08)__ A king is someone who rules over a kingdom and __judges__ the people. The Messiah would come would be the perfect king who would sit on the throne of his ancestor David. He would reign over the whole world forever, and who would always __judge__ honestly and make the right decisions.
* __[19:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/19/16)__ The prophets warned the people that if they did not stop doing evil and start obeying God, then God would __judge__ them as guilty, and he would punish them.
* __[21:08](rc://en/tn/help/obs/21/08)__ A king is someone who rules over a kingdom and __judges__ the people. The Messiah would come would be the perfect king who would sit on the throne of his ancestor David. He would reign over the whole world forever, and who would always __judge__ honestly and make the right decisions.
* __[39:04](rc://en/tn/help/obs/39/04)__ The high priest tore his clothes in anger and shouted to the other religious leaders, “We do not need any more witnesses! You have heard him say that he is the Son of God. What is your __judgment__?”
* __[50:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/14)__ But God will __judge__ everyone who does not believe in Jesus. He will throw them into hell, where they will weep and grind their teeth in anguish forever.
* __[50:14](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/14)__ But God will __judge__ everyone who does not believe in Jesus. He will throw them into hell, where they will weep and grind their teeth in anguish forever.


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## Examples from the Bible stories:

* __[17:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/09)__ David ruled with __justice__ and faithfulness for many years, and God blessed him.
* __[18:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/18/13)__ Some of these kings (of Judah) were good men who ruled __justly__ and worshiped God.
* __[19:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/19/16)__ They (the prophets) all told the people to stop worshiping idols and to start showing __justice__ and mercy to others.
* __[17:09](rc://en/tn/help/obs/17/09)__ David ruled with __justice__ and faithfulness for many years, and God blessed him.
* __[18:13](rc://en/tn/help/obs/18/13)__ Some of these kings (of Judah) were good men who ruled __justly__ and worshiped God.
* __[19:16](rc://en/tn/help/obs/19/16)__ They (the prophets) all told the people to stop worshiping idols and to start showing __justice__ and mercy to others.
* __[50:17](rc://en/tn/help/obs/50/17)__ Jesus will rule his kingdom with peace and __justice__, and he will be with his people forever.

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The terms “kingdom of God” and “kingdom of heaven” both refer to God’s rule and authority over his people and over all creation.