Think on these things – Devotional – PURE

Whatsoever things are PURE The Greek word translated as pure is listed in the Strong's Concordance as G53 - HAGNOS. It is pronounced HAG noss. The biblical usage is listed as innocent, modest, perfect: chaste, clean, pure. The contemporary definition of pure is: definition: wholesome and untainted by immorality, especially that of a sexual nature.synonyms:... Continue Reading →

Think on these things – Devotional – JUST

Whatsoever things are JUST The Greek word translated as just or righteous in this scripture is DIKAIOS. It is pronounced de KI os. The Biblical meaning listed for Strong's G1342 is righteous, just, right, meet. Meaning righteous, observing divine and human laws; one who is such as he ought to be. When we check the contemporary definition... Continue Reading →

Think on these things – Devotional – HONORABLE

Whatsoever things are HONORABLE The word translated honorable or honest in most translations, is SEMNOS in Greek. It is pronounced sem-NOSS. Strong's G4586 lists the biblical usage of SEMNOS as meaning venerable, honorable, serious, grave, dignified. The contemporary definition of honorable: definition: bringing or worthy of honor.synonyms: morally correct · honest · moral · ethical · principled... Continue Reading →

Think on these things – Devotional – TRUE

Whatsoever things are TRUE The word translated as true here is the Greek word ALETHES (pronounced a LAY thace). Strong's Concordance lists the biblical usage of the word G227 means true, loving the truth, speaking the truth, and truthful. Our contemporary definition and synonyms of true are: definition: loyal or faithful.synonyms: loyal · faithful ·... Continue Reading →

Think on these things

Do you have problems with worry and negative thoughts? In this day and age it a bit hard not to have some worry and anxiety. Well Philippians 4:8 basically says don't worry. If you are worried, through this scripture Paul gives you a list of topics to think about. ...whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are... Continue Reading →

The Eye of a Needle

You are probably familiar with the scripture about the camel and the eye of the needle: it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. I had been taught that the needle referred to in the scripture was a... Continue Reading →

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