This is an easy-to-follow study of some key Hebrew and Greek words, all transliterated into English.
God didn’t move. We did. Now he is wooing us back.
This is an easy-to-follow word study in Hebrew and Greek, with all the words transliterated into English. And then redemption and ransom are applied to our lives today.
It is not defined by what the world system or pagan religions say, nor is it what popular Bible teachers seem to preach.
It seems confusion dominates discussions about the righteousness of God. Is it imputed? Imparted? When does it mean vindication? Justice? Holiness? Declared not guilty? Putting things right? All of the above? Find out what the Old Testament and New Testament say!
This post is not about modern philosophy. What does the Bible say about this rich word?
Do you need it? Do you dare pray for it Learn what it means, and you will pray for it in your family and at your job.
God relates to humankind by covenants (not dispensations). What does the term mean?
The original words are very rich. Most deeply and richly of all, we can know God personally.
It is possible to have too much love (doormat), too much grace (licentious or antinomian) or too much law (legalism), but it is not possible to have too much wisdom.
Faith, faithful and believing come from the same Greek word group. Let’s learn about them together in simple English.
What are the differences between happiness and joy and blessedness? Are the differences all that strong?
The Spirit needs to develop it in us.
Do you have high anxiety or panic attacks? Read this post and look for God’s promises.
This is so important to God. It should be to us too.
If we all practiced goodness, the world would be a better place. What does the Bible teach?
In a world filled with despair, we need this gift of God more than ever.
What does the Bible really say about the judge and his judgment? Let’s do an old-fashioned biblical word study.
This virtue is needed in the believer’s life. Without it, we are chaotic.
Lots of key Hebrew and Greek words, all spelled out in simple English, easy to follow. Under each word are practical applications.
What does it mean to be a disciple? You better count the cost before becoming one!
There are several words for love in the New Testament, we briefly look at them, but first focus on agapē.
Here are the key terms, in easy-to-read Hebrew and Greek, spelled out in English.
Various Hebrew and Greek words are looked at in this post. They are spelled out in English. One issue covered here: Is healing included in the key Greek words?
The word is often brushed over lightly. Here is an easy to follow article with Hebrew and Greek spelled out for you in English.
What is a biblical covenant? This is the post you need to read first in the biblical covenant series.
It’s a word that is unpopular today, but it is thoroughly biblical and accurate about human nature. This is post is full of easy-to-follow word studies. A solution is offered!
Here is a list of the principal works referenced or used at this site. More will be added, so please check back.