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  • Jimbob
    The body of Christ. ( Eph 1:22-23) And hath put all things under his feet, and gave him to be the head over all things to the (church). (23) Which is his (body), the fulness of him that fitteth all and all. The word (church) is # 1577; it means a calling out, a popular meeting. The word (body) is #4954; it means of a joint body, a fellow member of the Christian community, of the same body, union, with or together, "safe" to save, deliver or protect. ( Rom 12:4-5) For as we have many members in one body, and all members have not the same office: (5) So we, being many, are one body in Christ, and every one (members) one of another. The word (members) is #3196; it means a limb or part of the body. ( Eph 3:6) That the Gentiles should be (fellowheirs), and of the same body, and (partakers) of the promise in Christ by the gospel. The word (fellowheirs) is #4789; it means a co-heir, participant in common, fellow (joint)-heir, heir together, heir with, union with or together. The word (partakers) is #4830; it means a coparticipant, union, with or together, by association, companionship, addition. ( Mt 20:16) For the last shall be first, and the first last: for many be (called) but few (chosen) The word (called) is #2822; it means invited, appointed, or specifically a saint, an invitation, calling. The word (chosen) is #1588; it means select, by implying favorite, (elect), to select, make choice, choose (out). ( Mk 13:20) And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the (elect's) sake, whom he hath (chosen), he hath shortened the days. The word (elects) is #1588; (same meaning as chosen) it means select, by implying favorite, chosen, to select, make choice, choose (out) ( Jn 14:3) And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and (receive you unto myself);. . Mt 24:40 Then shall two be in the field; and the one shall be taken, and the other left. The word (taken) is #3880; it means to receive near, take (unto, with) deliver.
  • Free - in Reply
    Thx a lot. Then we have a good explenation to every question. I dont know if i can find everything what u say. Maybe one day.

    Thx again, stay strong in the word of God, love u in Christ.
  • Free - in Reply
    Hi dear Jimbob can i ask you someting? When you write, you have 4 digit numbers next to some of your words. Do those numbers have any value/meaning? Also # what is the meaning of this?

    Stay close to the Word of God, love u in Christ. Luke 11 chapter.
  • Jimbob - in Reply
    Free The # means number. The numbers next to the words are how you find the True meaning of the words in the Original language either in the Hebrew or in the Greek language from a Strongs Concordance. The Hebrew language are for the words in the Old Testament, and the Greek language are for the words in the New Testament. I see this as a (second witness) in the languages to get the True meaning of the words that God intended us to have. The King James Bible is in perfect alignment with the Strongs Concordance, meaning you can find almost 100% of the words from a KJB in the Strongs Concordance, modern version Bibles have changed their words and are not in alignment with the Original languages, that's just one more reason they cannot be trusted, they are words of men. For really deeper studies we all should be using a KJB and a Strongs Concordance. Thanks for your question Free I hope this answered it. Blessings.

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