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RLGN 325 B IBLE S TUDY A SSIGNMENT 2 T EMPLATE Name: Nancy Camacho-Cortes Liberty University Email Address: [email protected] Assignment 9-1 : Word Study Exercise: Use the WORD search web tool ( . - com/reader ) 1. Use the WORD search web tool to answer the following questions about Acts 1:8. Write out the English transliterated (not translated) form of the word translated “power” in Acts 1:8. How many times does the word occur in the New Testament? List the passages in Acts that translate this word as “power.” List the passages in Acts that translate this word as “miracles.” 2. The NASB uses the word “examined” in 1 Corinthians 4:3, “judgment” in 1 Cor. 4:5, and “decide” in 1 Cor. 6:5. Are these the same Greek words? Bold either “Yes” or “No.” Write out the English transliteration (not translation) of the three Greek words translated as “examined,” “judgment,” and “decide” in these three passages. 1 st Word – 2 nd Word – 3 rd Word – Page 1 of 6 Dynamis 121 Acts 1:8, 3:12, 4:7, 6:8,8:10,10:38 2:22, 8:13, 19:11 Anakrino- NO Krino- YES Diakrio- YES
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RLGN 325 Assignment 9-2 : Word Study Exercise You are studying the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5–7) and the word “worried” in chapter 6 catches your eye. You decide to study the word “worried” more in depth. Use the WORD search word study tool ( ) to complete the following: 1. What is the Strong’s number of the word translated “worried” in Matthew 6:25? 2. Write out the English transliteration of this Greek word. ( Don’t worry about spelling. ) How many times is it used in the New Testament? 3. Make a list of the different ways the NASB translates this particular Greek word, along with all the corresponding verses: For Example: “merimnao is translated as ‘worry’ in Matthew 6:31…” Page 2 of 6 <G3308> merimnaō 20
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