in, into, on, upon
Beloved of the Lord;
Remember: “For God so loved-ἠγάπησεν (egapesen)-to love, (i.e. have concern for, hold in esteem, love) the world, that he gave-ἔδωκεν (edoken)-to give) his only begotten-μονογενῆ (monogene)-only-born, chief) Son, that-ἵνα (hina)-in order that) whosoever-πᾶς ὁ (pas ho)-everyone that) believeth-πιστεύων (pisteuon)-to adhere to, trust, rely on) in-εἰς (eis)-into) him, should not-μὴ (me)-no, not) perish-ἀπόληται (apoletai)-to loose, loose away, destroy, (to destroy fully (reflexively: to perish, or lose)), but have-ἔχῃ (eche)-to have) everlasting-αἰώνιον (aionion)-age-lasting, (i.e. eternal, for ever)) life.”
believeth-πιστεύων: Verb, Present, Active, Participle, Nominative, Singular, Masculine: ["one-BELIEVING"]
1. In, Into, On, Upon
Authorized Version 1611 [Punctuation, Capitalization, & Italics]
King James Bible 1769 [Spelling]
Concordance / Lexicon:
Analytical Concordance to the Bible: Robert Young, 1880.
The New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible.
Thayer's Greek Lexicon.
Friberg Analytical Greek Lexicon
Gingrich, Greek New Testament Lexicon
Danker, Greek New Testament Lexicon
Stephanus 1550 & Beza's 1598 & Scrivener's 1894 Textus Receptus.
G#### : Strong's Exhaustive Concordance Number:— used when comparing Greek words that share the same root word, but not the same inflection / parsing.
Brackets w/ Parenthesis [(abc)] : My commentary insert/input.
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in, into, on, upon
The purpose of this page is to examine how the Bible uses the Strong's Number: G4100-('to believe') + various Greek Prepositions. Some examples are:
(1.) "believe in me"
G4100-(believe) + Greek Preposition: (εἰς:—in)
(2.) "...and many believed in the Lord."- Acts 9:42
G4100-(believed) + Greek Preposition: (ἐπὶ:—in)
The above are just two of the many examples in which the formula:
G4100 + Greek Preposition are used. My objective is to prove that to "believe in" Jesus also implies to believe in all of his words.
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