4275. proeido
Strong's Concordance
proeido: I see beforehand
Original Word: προείδω
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: proeido
Phonetic Spelling: (pro-i'-do)
Definition: to foresee
Usage: I see beforehand, am mindful.
HELPS Word-studies

4275 proeídō (from 4253 /pró, "before" and 1492 /eídō, "see, know," = 4275a, NAS dictionary) – properly, foresee (know in advance); used of God foreseeing (planning out) all of history from eternity past. This guarantees all the physical scenes of life operate according to (under) His plan – and bringing equal, eternal benefit to the person walking in faith ("divine-persuasion") in each of them. Accordingly, 4275a (proeídon) and faith (4102 /pístis) are directly connected.

Gal 3:7-9: "7Therefore, be sure that it is those who are of faith who are sons of Abraham. 8The Scripture, foreseeing (4275a/proeídon) that God would justify the Gentiles by faith (4102 /pístis), preached the gospel beforehand to Abraham, saying, "all the nations will be blessed in you." 9So then those who are of faith are blessed with Abraham, the believer" (NASU).

[For the other occasion of 4275a (proeidon, see Ac 2:31, Textus leceptus. Compare 4308 /prooráō ("see before") with the Critical Text.]

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 4275: προεῖδον

προεῖδον (from Homer down), 2 aorist of the verb πρωράω, to foresee: Acts 2:31 ((here WH προϊδών without diaeresis; cf. Iota, at the end)); Galatians 3:8.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From pro and eido; foresee -- foresee, saw before.

see GREEK eido

see GREEK pro

Forms and Transliterations
προείδες προείδον προεξήνεγκε προϊδούσα προϊδών
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