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  • Discipleship Tests of Matthew 10:32-39 ; Luke 14:26 Luke 14:27 Luke 14:33 ; John 21:15-19 See COMMANDMENTS Bibliography Information Nave,

  • Disciple, Discipleship During Jesus' earthly ministry, and during the days of the early church, the term that was used most

  • Follow, Follower The noun "follower" is seldom used in Scripture for the people of God, possibly due to its frequent

  • 6-27. COST OF DISCIPLESHIP MUST BE COUNTED. (Probably Pera.) c LUKE 14:25-35 . c 25 Now there went with him

  • If ye do ( ean poihte ). Condition of third class with ean and the present active subjunctive, "if ye

  • BOLDNESS bold'-nes (parresia, "confidence," "fearlessness," "freedom of speech"): This was one of the results of discipleship ( Acts 4:13,29,31 ;

  • Thou shalt never wash my feet ( ou mh nipsh mou tou poda ei ton aiwna ). Strong double negative

  • BAPTISM OF FIRE (en pneumati hagio kai puri): This expression is used in Matthew 3:11 . The copulative kai requires

  • Because they feared the Jews ( oti epobounto tou Ioudaiou ). Imperfect middle, a continuing fear and not without reason.

  • 6-13. AS TO SACRIFICE FOR CHRIST'S SERVICE. (Samaria. Probably September, A. D. 29.) c LUKE 9:57-62 . c 57 And

  • Baptism. [N] [T] It is well known that ablution or bathing was common in most ancient nations as a preparation

  • Tenth Day

  • Unto you is given the mystery of the kingdom of God ( Humin to musthrion dedotai th basileia tou qeou

  • BROTHER bruth'-er ('ach; adelphos = kin by birth, from the same parents or parent): Used extensively in both Old Testament

  • JOSEPH OF ARIMATHAEA (A Arimathaias; for etymology, etc., of Joseph, see general article on JOSEPH): Joseph of Arimathea--a place the

  • Letter CLIV(1) Letter CLIV( 1 ) To Ascholius, bishop of Thessalonica .( 2 ) You have done well, and in

  • Denial To know what is true, yet confess a falsehood; the forsaking of self in wholehearted consecration to Christ and

  • Honor Social term describing how people within a society evaluate one another. Most occurrences of honor in the Old Testament

  • New Word used in the New Testament to contrast and compare both the quantitative concept of the recent with the

  • PREFACE. There are three great motives that urge us to humility. It becomes me as a creature, as a sinner,