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Please if want to explain that, you have to use the Greek word for it like σάββατον and not Sabbatwn (this is only to help us use the English lingo for pronunciation, for people to be able to say it right) but it is not a Greek word.
Same as this one, Sabbaths σάββατων
But thanks for trying - your theory can be an insult to the Greeks and Bible scholars
MT Waqa..kua ni vakalusia nomu icegu..qoka era na mataqali vata na MUSLIM..era cuva na vakaraubuka kei na Vakarauwai..mataqali vata ga na ISIS..mataqali tamata vakai Saidora are called radical Christians...era na saga toka mera donu..me yacova ni da veitaratara..sarava ga na ka sa caka tiko ena veiyasai vuravura sa sega na loloma sa kaukauwa ga na yalo ni via tukuna ga nira dina...ka vakaloloma na rai vaka qoka..
sa laurai ga ike na vasota vuku kei na theology,,,,,eda na bula ga na tamata ena vakabauta (Heb10;38),,,sega ena vuku se na vosa vaka vuku se na kila ka,na vakabauta e solia na kalou,sega ni koroni vuli ni lotu,if we can explain things of God than its no more by faith,,its by knowledge,,even abraham by faith,believed God and God counted to him as righteousness,
3 For what saith the scripture? Abraham believed God, and it was counted unto him for righteousness.
4 Now to him that worketh is the reward not reckoned of grace, but of debt.
5 But to him that worketh not, but believeth on him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith is counted for righteousness.
nothing against research and comparing verses but if it has a motive to argue and push forth an agenda to drive us away from THE FAITH,than we should examine ourselves if we even in the faith,,
MC let me quote you here, "if we can explain things of God than its no more by faith,,its by knowledge"
These two scriptures seems to support "knowledge".
My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge pinpoints the cause of man’s problem, i.e., lack of knowledge. The lack of knowledge does not stem from a shortage of information, but rather from information rejected. The result of this will be that Israel will be removed from its place as God’s representative to proclaim His revelation to the world. The mother (i.e., the nation Israel, cf. vs. 5) will be destroyed. All of this stems from the fact that they have forgotten God’s law; they have failed to do things God’s way. The results: I will also forget thy children. God will forget the nation from Hosea’s day to our own, but ultimately He will call out a remnant; and from that remnant He will establish a new kingdom in which righteousness shall reign. The nation of Hosea’s day, however, will not realize any of this. Because they are unconscious to their sin, they will not consciously experience God’s blessing, but will consciously experience His judgment. This is the tragedy of sin.
We have a living and rejoicing Savior, for His suffering led to satisfaction. He took our hell that we might have His heaven. He is happy, for down through the ages multitudes, yes, millions, have come to Him and found sweet release from guilt, pardon for wrongdoing, and healing from the leprosy of sin. Christ said there is joy in heaven over one sinner that repenteth, and that number can be multiplied by millions. Think of the joy and satisfaction of Christ today! We have a happy Christ, a joyful Christ, and it is going to be fun to be in His presence.
You can bring added joy to His heart by accepting the gift of eternal life that He longs to give to you. He is not asking anything of you—He wants to give you something. It is for “… him that worketh not, but believeth on him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith is counted for righteousness” (Rom. 4:5). All you have to do is accept Him right where you are. He invites you to the foot of the cross where you will find forgiveness for your sins. May this be your prayer and mine:
Beneath the cross of Jesus
I fain would take my stand—
The shadow of a mighty Rock
Within a weary land;
A home within the wilderness,
A rest upon the way,
From the burning of the noontide heat,
And the burden of the day.
Upon the cross of Jesus
Mine eye at times can see
The very dying form of One
Who suffered there for me:
And from my stricken heart with tears
Two wonders I confess—
The wonders of redeeming love
And my unworthiness.
—Elizabeth C. Clephane, “Beneath the Cross of Jesus”
What a marvelous prayer this is for a sinner to pray! It makes it very clear that all men will not be saved, that all men must accept the Substitute or they will be lost. It also makes clear that the total depravity of man is taught in the Bible, that we are in no condition to save ourselves. All without exception are involved in guilt, and all without exception are involved in sin, and all without exception are guilty of straying, and all without exception have turned away from God, and all without exception have chosen their own way.
by knowledge I had meant intellectual conception, not by Gods knowledge ,,or revelation,,
MC it also includes intellectual conception. Please consider this scripture:
2 Peter 1:5
5 But also for this very reason, giving all diligence, add to your faith virtue, to virtue knowledge, (NKJV)
The greek word used in the scripture above is gnosis.
1108 γνῶσις [gnosis /gno·sis/] n f. From 1097; TDNT 1:689; TDNTA 119; GK 1194; 29 occurrences; AV translates as “knowledge” 28 times, and “science” once. 1 knowledge signifies in general intelligence, understanding. 1a the general knowledge of Christian religion. 1b the deeper more perfect and enlarged knowledge of this religion, such a s belongs to the more advanced. 1c esp. of things lawful and unlawful for Christians. 1d moral wisdom, such as is seen in right living. Additional Information: For synonyms see entries 4678, sophia; 4907, sunesis; and 5428, phronesis.See entry 5826 for comparison of synonyms.
KNOW. (Ex. 3:7) yada˒ (yah-dah); Strong’s #3045: To know, to perceive, to distinguish, to recognize, to acknowledge, to be acquainted with; in a few instances to “know intimately,” that is, sexually; also to acknowledge, recognize, esteem, and endorse. When Scripture speaks of God’s making known His name, it refers to His revealing (through deeds or events) what His name truly means. Thus, in 6:3, “I appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob as ˒El Shaddai, but by My name Yahweh I was not known to them.” God did not mean that the patriarchs had never heard the name Yahweh, but rather that He did not reveal the full meaning of His name Yahweh until the time of Moses and the Exodus. Also (John 8:32) ginosko (ghin-oce-koe); Strong’s #1097: Compare “prognosis,” “gnomic,” “gnomon,” “gnostic.” To perceive, understand, recognize, gain knowledge, realize, come to know. Ginosko is the knowledge that has an inception, a progress, and an attainment. It is the recognition of truth by personal experience.
KNOWLEDGE—the truth or facts of life that a person acquires either through experience or thought. The greatest truth that a person can possess with the mind or learn through experience is truth about God (Ps. 46:10; John 8:31-32). This cannot be gained by unaided human reason (Job 11:7; Rom. 11:33). It is acquired only as God shows Himself to man—in nature and conscience (Psalm 19; Rom. 1:19-20); in history or providence (Deut. 6:20-25; Dan. 2:21); and especially in the Bible (Psalm 119; Rev. 1:1-3).
Mental knowledge by itself, as good as it may be, is inadequate; it is too capable of only producing pride (1 Cor. 8:1, 13:2). Moral knowledge affects a person’s will (Prov. 1:7; Phil. 3:11-12; 1 John 4:6). It is knowledge of the heart, not the mind alone. The Book of Proverbs deals primarily with this kind of knowledge. Experiential knowledge is that gained through one’s experience (Gen. 4:1; 2 Cor. 5:21; 1 John 4:7-8).
The apostle Paul’s wish for the church at Colosse was that they might increase in the “knowledge of God” (Col. 1:10).
KNOWLEDGE. (Mal. 2:7) da˒at (dah-aht); Strong’s #1847: Knowledge; knowing, understanding, intelligence, wisdom, discernment, skill. Da˒at comes from the verb yada˒, “to know.” Occurring more than ninety times, its first mention is in Genesis 2:9, describing the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Hosea 4:6 states that the lack of knowledge destroys God’s people. In Exodus 31:3, da˒at refers to craftsmanship and artistic abilities; God gave Bezalel knowledge to design artistic works. Isaiah 53:11 (“By His knowledge My righteous Servant shall justify many”) can be taken to mean that knowledge of Him (that is, knowing Him) justifies them, or that He uses His knowledge and skills to obtain their justification: that is, He, by His priestly intercession, knows how to justify believers.
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TDNT Theological Dictionary of the New Testament
Strong, J. (1996). The exhaustive concordance of the Bible : Showing every word of the test of the common English version of the canonical books, and every occurence of each word in regular order. (electronic ed.) (G1108). Ontario: Woodside Bible Fellowship.
Hayford, J. W., & Thomas Nelson Publishers. (1995). Hayford's Bible handbook. Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers.
bro saidora,kemuni sa vaka tale na farisi e na john chpt 9 nona vaka bula ko Jisu na turaga sucu mataboko ratou via vaka difficulty tale i kea na farisi e na nodratou kauta mai na nodratou lawa ni moci,ratou investigate taki Jisu ratou qai beitaki koya ni tamata i valavala ca [vs 24] qai tukuna vei ratou o mataboko vs25 ..whether he is a sinner or not,I dont know, one thing i do know i was blind but now i see.Same concept applies to this discussion ..who cares on which day Jesus rose from the dead as long as He is risen and He has & praise God for that He is a risen King ascended to heaven seated on the right hand of the Father interceding for us.Sa voleka tale na nona lesu mai tou se leqataka tikoga na siga e tucake kina mai na mate,me da dikevi keda in vs 39 Jesus said "for judgement i have come into this world so that the blind we'll see and those who see we'll become blind ...in other words the blind man sees and the seeing man are blind.
saidora and joe,you two need to get saved,,,real christians dont argue about scriptures they dont even understand themselves,,you get a little phd from a seminary ,you think you know better than evrybody else???,come on man ,,wheres the love for others ,,i feel you guys have an attitude to what you believe ,,how about everyone else???what if you twoo are missing the point,,did the sabbath die for your sins???come on man,,,away with childishness of im right and youre wrong ,,wheres the forgive and the love your enemies that christ taught,,and remember how you treat others determines what kinda christian you are,,if you dont stop and love one another and be reconciled to God instead of what you know,,youll be at two very different extremes ,,,you wont agree with each other ,,and youll be more bitter to each other and will go to lengths trying to cut and paste what others have said instead of your own personel walk and relationship with God,,and youll be consumed of your own selfs,,leave those arguments alone and just have a relationship with JESUS,,its more peaceful ,,forgiving and loving experience