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utw exo review

UTW review EXO

Co-authored-by: Benjamin Wright <benjamin.wright@unfoldingword.org>
Reviewed-on: #1302
Co-Authored-By: Benjamin Wright <deferredreward@noreply.door43.org>
Co-Committed-By: Benjamin Wright <deferredreward@noreply.door43.org>
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## Word Data:
* Strong’s: H887, H6292, H8251, H8262, H8263, H8441, G946
* Strong’s: H0887, H6292, H8251, H8262, H8263, H8441, G946

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## Word Data:
* Strong’s: H2960, H3053, H4614, H4853, H4864, H5445, H5447, H5448, H5449, H6006, G4, G916, G922, G2347, G2599, G2655, G5413
* Strong’s: H2960, H3053, H4614, H4853, H4864, H5445, H5447, H5448, H5449, H5450, H6006, G0004, G0916, G0922, G2347, G2599, G2655, G5413

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# deceive, deceit, deceiver, deceitful, deception, illusions
# deceive, lie, deception, illusions
## Definition:
The term “deceive” means to cause someone to believe something that is not true. The act of deceiving someone is called “deceit” or “deception.”
The term “deceive” means to cause someone to believe something that is not true, often by telling a “lie. The act of deceiving someone is called “lying,” “deceit,” or “deception.”
* Someone who causes others to believe something false is a “deceiver.” For example, Satan is called a “deceiver.” The evil spirits that he controls are also deceivers.
* To “lie” is to say something that is not true.
* A person, action, or message that is not truthful can be described as “deceptive.”
* The terms “deceit” and “deception” have the same meaning, but there are some small differences in how they are used.
* The descriptive terms “deceitful” and “deceptive” have the same meaning and are used in the same contexts.

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### sacrifice
* Sacrifices to God often involved the killing of an animal.
* Only the sacrifice of Jesus, God’s perfect, sinless Son, can completely cleanse people from sin animal sacrifices could never do that.
* Only the sacrifice of Jesus, God’s perfect sinless Son, can completely cleanse people from sin; animal sacrifices could never do that.
### offering

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# slay, slain, slaughter, kill, killed, murder, murdered
# slay, slain, slaughter, kill, murder
## Definition:

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In the Bible the term “time” was often used figuratively to refer to a specific season or period of time when certain events took place. It has a meaning similar to “age” or “epoch” or “season.”
* In both Daniel and Revelation speak of a “time” of great trouble or tribulation that will come upon the earth.
* In the phrase “time, times, and half a time” the term “time” means “year.” This phrase refers to a three-and-a-half-year period of time during the great tribulation at the end of this present age.
* “Time” can mean “occasion” in a phrase like “third time.” The phrase “many times” can mean “on many occasions.”
* Depending on the context, the term “time” could be translated as, “season” or “time period” or “moment” or “event” or “occurrence.”
* The phrase “times and seasons” is a figurative expression which states the same idea twice. This could also be translated as “certain events happening in certain time periods.” (See: [doublet](rc://en/ta/man/translate/figs-doublet))

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The term “tribulation” refers to a time of hardship, suffering, and distress.
* It is explained in the New Testament that Christians will endure times of persecution and other kinds of tribulation because many people in this world are opposed to Jesus’ teachings.
* “The Great Tribulation” is a term used in the Bible to describe a period of time just before Jesus’ second coming when God’s wrath will be poured out on the earth for several years.
* The term “tribulation” could also be translated as “time of great suffering” or “deep distress” or “severe difficulties.”

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