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A.W. Pink

Exposition of the Gospel of John CHAPTER 25 CHRIST AND THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES

A.W. PinkExposition of the Gospel of John CHAPTER 25 CHRIST AND THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES John 7:1-13 Below we give a rough Analysis of the passage which is to be before us:— 1. Jesus walked in Galilee: verse 1. 2. Time: immediately before the Feast of Tabernacles: verse 2. 3. The request of Christ’s brethren... Read More
Charles Alexander

"The Feast Of Tabernacles In The Gospel" Ch. 7

“Now the Jews’ feast of tabernacles was at hand” (John 7:2). The Word is prophetic. More than this annual autumn festival of the Jews was due to be observed. What was really “at hand” was that which was predicted and dramatized by the Jewish feast of tabernacles. The Old Covenant, in which these dee... Read More
Principles For The Gathering Of Believers

76 - Chronological Bible Reading of Scriptures

Principles For The Gathering Of BelieversThere is a great need in the body of Christ for consistent reading of the Holy Scriptures in their entirety, book by book, chapter by chapter, verse by verse. In this case we are encouraging a chronological reading of the Scriptures. Most of the confusion is created when certain teachers, groups, or... Read More
F.B. Meyer

Our Daily Homily - Numbers

F.B. MeyerThey declared their pedigrees - Numbers 1:18 It was not enough to be a true-born Israelite, a man must be able to show his descent. The genealogical tables were kept with the greatest care; and there was a holy pride in being able to vindicate the claim of having the blood of the patriarchs in the v... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Blameless (299) amomos

Blameless (299) (amomos from a = without + momos = spot, blemish in physical sense or moral sense, blot, flaw, shame or disgrace {as a moral disgrace}) is literally without spot or blemish. It was used literally of the absence of defects in sacrificial animals and figuratively of the Lamb of God as ... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Faultless (299) amomos

Blameless (299) (amomos from a = without + momos = spot, blemish in physical sense or moral sense, blot, flaw, shame or disgrace {as a moral disgrace}) is literally without spot or blemish. It was used literally of the absence of defects in sacrificial animals and figuratively of the Lamb of God as ... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Offering (4376) phosphora

Sacrifice (2378) (thusia/thysia from thuo/thyo = to slay, sacrifice or kill a sacrificial victim; to bring a religious offering to a deity) refers literally to animal sacrifices that were slain and offered on the altar. Homer (about nine centuries before Christ) used thusia to describe the "smoke or... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Perform, Practice (4160) (poieo)

Do, done, did, doing; Make, made, makes, making; Perform, Practice (4160) (poieo) occurs 568 times, primarily in the Gospels and in a wide variety of contexts, which makes it difficult to do a simple word study. BDAG says poieo is "a multivalent term (possessing many meanings), often without pointed... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Sacrifice(2378) thusia

Sacrifice (2378) (thusia/thysia from thuo/thyo = to slay, sacrifice or kill a sacrificial victim; to bring a religious offering to a deity) refers literally to animal sacrifices that were slain and offered on the altar. Homer (about nine centuries before Christ) used thusia to describe the "smoke or... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Sin (noun) (266) hamartia

Sin (266) (hamartia) literally conveys the idea of missing the mark as when hunting with a bow and arrow (in Homer some hundred times of a warrior hurling his spear but missing his foe). Later hamartia came to mean missing or falling short of any goal, standard, or purpose. Hamartia in the Bible sig... Read More

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