1 Corinthians 16:14 DBY

14 Let all things ye do be done in love.

References for 1 Corinthians 16:14

    • f 16:14 - Lit. 'all your things.'

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      • a 16:1 - It means ordering troops, so as to set them in array; and in general, thence, any order directing any plan to be followed.
      • b 16:3 - It may be read 'whomsoever ye shall approve by letters, I will send them to carry,' &c.
      • c 16:7 - Not exactly 'purpose;' but 'it is not my desire or intention.'
      • d 16:12 - It may mean 'often,' but the word is used for 'much' in v. 19.
      • e 16:12 - Or 'but it was not, at any rate, his will.'
      • f 16:14 - Lit. 'all your things.'
      • g 16:15 - Oida. It refers to their inward acquaintance with their qualities, not objective knowledge.
      • h 16:15 - 'Devoted themselves,' &c. In sum this is the sense; but the force of the apostle's phrase is not wholly given. The Greek word means 'appointed to,' as an officer to a regiment. The family of Stephanas had appointed themselves to the saints for service -- given themselves up to serve them, or rather given themselves up to them. 'The saints' is governed by the verb, not by 'service.' The idea resulting from what I have given in the text is more what the apostle means.
      • i 16:22 - Phileo: see John 5.20.
      • j 16:22 - Meaning, 'Accursed -- the Lord cometh.'