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Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm INSTANCES OFGideon Judges 6 ; 7 Jehu 2?Kings 9:1-14 ; 10:1-28 See ZEALBibliography InformationNave, Orville J. Entry for 'Enthusias...

Matthew 21:15

The children (tou paida). Masculine and probably boys who had caught the enthusiasm of the crowd. ...

Matthew 21:10

Was stirred (eseisqh). Shaken as by an earthquake. Even Jerusalem frozen with religious formalism and socially undemonstrative, was stirred with popu...

Luke 13:18

He said therefore (elegen oun). It is not clear to what to refer therefore, whether to the case of the woman in verse Luke 11 , the enthusiasm of th...

Luke 19:37

At the descent (pro th katabasei). Epexegetic of drawing nigh. They were going by the southern slope of the Mount of Olives. As they turned down to t...

Luke 14:25

And he turned (kai strapei). Second aorist passive participle of strepw, common verb. It is a dramatic act on the part of Jesus, a deliberate effort ...

Matthew 14:23

Into the mountain (ei to oro). After the dismissal of the crowd Jesus went up alone into the mountain on the eastern side of the lake to pray as he o...

Matthew 21:8

The most part of the multitude (o pleisto oclo). See Luke 11:20 for this same idiom, article with superlative, a true superlative (Robertson, Gramm...

Luke 9:57

A certain man (ti). Matthew 8:19 calls him a scribe. Luke 9:57-60 ; Matthew 8:19-22 , but not in Mark and so from Q or the Logia. Wherever you go...

Mark 5:19

Go to thy house unto thy friends (Hupage ei ton oikon sou pro tou sou). To thy own folks rather than thy friends. Certainly no people needed the mess...

Luke 16:16

Entereth violently into it (ei authn biazetai). A corresponding saying occurs in Matthew 11:12 in a very different context. In both the verb biazet...

Mark 12:34

Discreetly (nounecw). From nou (intellect) and ecw, to have. Using the mind to good effect is what the adverb means. He had his wits about him, as we...

Luke 5:16

But he withdrew himself in the deserts and prayed (auto de hn upocwrwn en tai erhmoi kai proseucomeno). Periphrastic imperfects. Literally, But he hi...

John 8:2

Early in the morning (orqrou). Genitive of time, orqro meaning daybreak, old word, not in John, though in Luke 24:1 ; Acts 5:21 . John uses prwi ( ...

Acts 11:23

The grace of God, was glad (thn carin thn tou qeou ecarh). Note repetition of the article, the grace that of God. The verb (second aorist passive ind...

1 John 3:1

What manner of love (potaphn agaphn). Qualitative interrogative as in 2?Peter 3:11 ; Matthew 8:27 . Only here in John's writings. Originally of wha...

Mark 11:8

Branches (stibada). A litter of leaves and rushes from the fields. Textus Receptus spells this word stoibada. Matthew 21:8 has kladou, from klaw, t...

Psalm 102:22

?EXPOSITION Verse 22. When the people are gathered together, and the kingdoms, to serve the Lord. The great work of restoring ruined Zion is to be spo...

Gibeonites, The

Gibeonites, The, the people of Gibeon, and perhaps also of the three cities associated with Gibeon, ( Joshua 9:17 ) --Hivites; and who, on the discov...

Courage and Enthusiasm

COURAGE AND ENTHUSIASM. B? of good courage. Joshua I (hall take for my subject to-night only two words, courage and enthusiasm?necessary qualificat...