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- How does the Hebrew word Chesed relate to the Greek word Agape? Is there a distinction?Faithlife Study Bibleovenant with all of creation; God’s covenant with Israel through Abraham and Moses; and God’s royal covenants with Noah (as a second Adam) and King David and his heirs. The NT describes how they all come together and are fulfil
- Not linguistically. The Septuagint (Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible) never translates chesed with agape. Instead, it mostly uses the word eleos—which in the NT is usually translated as "mercy" (example Eph 2:4). This is probably why some English translations translate chesed primarily as "mercy" even though the richness of chesed is not really captured by just that English word.
- Forgive me for interrupting I just realize that I may have accidentally erased my article on " Different Fools" by Miles Custis. I was about to share it and realized it was not there, luckily I remembered the author and did a search . So here I am. Can I have another copy please. Again pardon my boldness
- How do you harmonize Proverb's use of fool with Jesus' exhortation in Matthew 5:22?Faithlife Study Bibleus on Jesus. Although God once spoke through mere mortals, He has now spoken through His Son, who is heir of all things, through whom He created the world (1:2; compare 11:1–3). Therefore, let us set aside sin and cling to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of faith—who Himself bore the cross and unwarranted shame, and is now seated at the right hand of the throne of God (12:1
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