Greek1533. eisphero -- lit. or fig. to carry inward ...
to carry inward
of Speech: Verb Transliteration: eisphero Phonetic Spelling:
(ice-fer'-o) Short Definition: I lead into, bring in Definition: I lead into ... //strongsnumbers.com/greek2/1533.htm - 7k
4697. splagchnizomai -- to be moved in the inward parts, ie to ...
... to be moved in the inward parts, ie to feel compassion. Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: splagchnizomai Phonetic Spelling: (splangkh-nid'-zom-ahee) Short ...
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4698. splagchnon -- the inward parts (heart, liver, lungs, etc.) ...
... the inward parts (heart, liver, lungs, etc.), fig. the emotions. Part of Speech:
Noun, Neuter Transliteration: splagchnon Phonetic Spelling: (splangkh'-non ...
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2927. kruptos -- hidden
... hidden. Part of Speech: Adjective Transliteration: kruptos Phonetic Spelling:
(kroop-tos ... subst: the hidden (secret) things (parts), the inward nature (character ...
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1761. enthumesis -- deliberation, pondering, pl. thoughts
... thoughts. Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: enthumesis Phonetic Spelling:
(en-thoo'-may-sis) Short Definition: inward thought, reflection ...
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2081. esothen -- from within
... from inside, (b) within, inside; with the article: the inner part, the inner ... eso;
from inside; also used as equivalent to eso (inside) -- inward(-ly), (from ...
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3708. horao -- to see, perceive, attend to
... to see, perceive, attend to. Part of Speech: Verb Transliteration: horao Phonetic ...
the mind" (ie spiritually see), ie perceive (with inward spiritual perception ...
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1532. eistrecho -- to run in
... to run in. Part of Speech: Verb Transliteration: eistrecho Phonetic Spelling:
(ice-trekh'-o) Short Definition: I ... From eis and trecho; to hasten inward -- run in ...
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2570. kalos -- beautiful, good
... beautiful, good. Part of Speech: Adjective Transliteration: kalos Phonetic Spelling:
(kal-os ... Definition: beautiful, as an outward sign of the inward good, noble ...
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2153. eusebos -- piously
... piously. Part of Speech: Adverb Transliteration: eusebos Phonetic Spelling: (yoo ...
Cognate: 2153 (from 2152 , "inward piety") -- venerably, inwardly pious (devout ...
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Strong's Hebrew7130. qereb -- inward part, midst...
7129, 7130. qereb. 7131 . inward part
, midst. Transliteration: qereb
Phonetic Spelling: (keh'-reb) Short Definition: midst. Word ... /hebrew/7130.htm - 6k
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later ... 1), outermost* (1), outside* (52), over (4), over* (4), part (1), part ...
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"Thus was I Learned to Choose Jesus for My Heaven, whom I Saw Only ...
... The inward part is an high, blissful life, which is all in peace and in love: and
this was more inwardly felt; and this part is [that] in which mightily ...
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Christ's Reprehension of the Pharisees Seeking a Sign his Censure ...
...  Jesus also interpreted the law to him when He told him that they "made clean
the outside of the cup and the platter, whereas their inward part was full ...
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Part 2 the Inward Witness to Christianity. 1 Jn. 5:10
... HYMNS AND SPIRITUAL SONGS IN THREE BOOKS. HYMN 4 PART 2 The inward witness to
Christianity. 1 Jn. 5:10. LM The inward witness to Christianity. 1 Jn.5:10. ...
/.../watts/the psalms and hymns of isaac watts/hymn 4 part 2 the.htm
Showing How the Spirit Goes Out through the Divine Stirring
... By means of the enlightened reason the spirit lifts itself up in inward observation,
and it beholds and observes the most inward part of itself, where this ...
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Li. Dining with a Pharisee, Jesus Denounces that Sect.
... by higher laws than those of conventional politeness], Now ye the Pharisees cleanse
the outside of the cup and the platter; but your inward part is full of ...
/.../mcgarvey/the four-fold gospel/li dining with a pharisee.htm
The Ancient Fathers Clement of Alexandria.
... death by sin, and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned." Therefore,
the whole of that man, both in his outward and inward part; has become ...
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Of the Difference Between the Faithful Servants and the Secret ...
... The better part is an inward life, with loving adherence to God. This Mary Magdalen
had chosen, and this is chosen by the secret friends of God. ...
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... 8. The Evil One who dealt treacherously, and disturbed me with his words, stirred
up trouble within, so that my inward part, is wholly as my outward part. ...
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The Second Rill Enlightens the Understanding
... gladness of the spirit, and a high trust in God, and this inward gladness envelops
and drenches all the powers of the soul and the most inward part of the ...
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Of Three Kinds of Most Inward Practices
... for he turns inward both in fruition and in work; but he is like to a double mirror,
which receives images on both sides. For in his higher part, the man ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaInward Part
A symbolic expression in the Old Testament represented by three Hebrew words: chedher, "chamber," hence, inmost bowels or breast; tuchoth, "the reins"; qerebh, "midst," "middle," hence, heart. Once in the New Testament (esothen, "from within," Luke 11:39). The viscera (heart, liver, kidneys) were supposed by the ancients to be the seat of the mind, feelings, affections: the highest organs of the psyche, "the soul." The term includes the intellect ("wisdom in the inward parts," Job 38:36); the moral nature ("inward part is very wickedness," Psalm 5:9); the spiritual ("my law in their inward parts," Jeremiah 31:33). Its adverbial equivalent in Biblical use is "inwardly." INWARD MAN (which see) is identical in meaning.
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