Word Summary
prokeimai: to be set before, to be set forth
Original Word: πρόκειμαι
Transliteration: prokeimai
Phonetic Spelling: (prok'-i-mahee)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to be set before, to be set forth
Meaning: to be set before, to be set forth
Strong's Concordance
set forth.

From pro and keimai; to lie before the view, i.e. (figuratively) to be present (to the mind), to stand forth (as an example or reward) -- be first, set before (forth).

see GREEK pro

see GREEK keimai

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 4295: πρόκειμαι

πρόκειμαι; (πρό (which see d. α.) and κεῖμαι): from Homer down;

1. properly, to lie or be placed before (a person or thing), or in front (often so in Greek writings).

2. to be set before, i. e., a. to be placed before the eyes, to lie in sight; to stand forth: with a predicate nominative, δεῖγμα, as an example, Jude 1:7 (καλόν ὑπόδειγμα σοι πρόκειται, Josephus, b. j. 6, 2, 1).

b. equivalent to to be appointed, destined: προκειμενη ἐλπίςt';, the hope open to us, offered, given, Hebrews 6:18; used of those things which by any appointment are destined to be done, borne, or attained by anyone; so προκειμενος ἀγών, Hebrews 12:1; προκειμενος χαρά, the destined joy (see ἀντί, 2 b.), ibid. 2 (the phrase τά ἆθλα προκεῖσθαι occurs often in secular writings from Herodotus down; cf. Bleek, Br. an die Hebrews 2:2, p. 268ff).

c. to be there, be present, be at hand (so that it can become actual or available): 2 Corinthians 8:12.