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5195. hubrizo -- to run riot, to outrage, insult
... 5196 , "an injury, reproach") -- properly, to seize (steal); (figuratively) to injure,
bring loss, especially to damage someone's reputation (good name, honor ...
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1380. dokeo -- to have an opinion, to seem
... 2), supposes (1), supposing (4), think (18), thinking (1), thinks (6),
thought (4). be of reputation, seem good, suppose, think. ...
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3140. martureo -- to bear witness, testify
... 1), attested (1), bear...witness (1), bear witness (1), continued to testify (1),
gained approval (2), given (1), gives (1), good reputation (1), having a ...
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987. blasphemeo -- to slander, hence to speak lightly or profanely ...
... 987 (from , "sluggish, slow" and 5345 , "reputation, fame") -- properly, to acknowledge
good (worthy of respect, veneration); hence, to which moral values. ...
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Thou Shalt not Bear False Witness against Thy Neighbor.
... Therefore God wishes the reputation, good name, and upright character of our neighbor
to be taken away or diminished as little as his money and possessions ...
/.../ large catechism/thou shalt not bear false.htm

What Good Does it do Me that He Declares on his Oath that it was ...
... of the multitude, and do more harm to me by his praise than good to himself ... my friend
who accuses Origen, and who is so careful of my reputation, declares that ...
/.../2 what good does it.htm

An Unanswerable Question.
... Thus you are no doubt sensitive, almost every one of you, about the good reputation
of your school or your house, or any society with which you may happen to ...
/.../percival/sermons at rugby/viii an unanswerable question.htm

Of Detraction.
... 5. But we need no foreign Mediums to discover the value of a good name: let ... It makes
them really forfeit that virtue from when all true reputation springs, and ...
/.../allestree/the government of the tongue/section iv of detraction.htm

The Children's Patrimony.
... this invaluable blessing, there is given to him more than earthly treasure, more
than pecuniary competency, more than a good name, or a fair reputation, or a ...
/.../philips/the christian home/chapter xxiv the childrens patrimony.htm

Of Works of Charity
... Without charity no work profiteth, but whatsoever is done in charity, however small
and of no reputation it be, bringeth forth good fruit; for God verily ...
// of christ/chapter xv of works of.htm

The Handwriting Blotted Out
... When we hear of some one who has had a lifelong reputation for good character and
consistent living, suddenly falling into some shameful sin, we are shocked ...
/.../moody/weighed and wanting/the handwriting blotted out.htm

Nothing Has Greater Effect in Gaining Good-Will than Giving Advice ...
... To a man of this sort then we entrust our safety and our reputation, for he is ... mercy
and lendeth." [448] What the just lends, he says elsewhere: "A good man is ...
/.../ambrose/works and letters of st ambrose/chapter viii nothing has greater.htm

Parable of the Good Samaritan.
... to give the best answer he knew or sully his own reputation for knowledge. ... neighbor,"
Jesus had incarnated the law of neighborliness in the good Samaritan, and ...
/.../mcgarvey/the four-fold gospel/lxxxiv parable of the good.htm

The Gospel Message, Good Tidings
... of a preacher an occasion whereby to promote their own interest or reputation, may,
perhaps ... influenced by a regard to the glory of God, and to the good of souls ...
/...// vol 2/sermon xxxi the gospel message.htm

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Proverbs 22:1
A GOOD name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favor rather than silver and gold.
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Ecclesiastes 7:1
A good name is better than precious ointment; and the day of death than the day of one's birth.
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