Footnotes for Bible Language (Return to Bible Language)​
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1.   Mystery - Vine's Expo. Dict. Primarily that which is known to the mustes, "the initiated" (from mueo, "to
      initiate into the mysteries;" cp. Phl 4:12, mueomai, "I have learned the secret," RV). In the NT it denotes,
      not the mysterious (as with the Eng. word), but that which, being outside the range of unassisted natural    
      apprehension, can be made known only by Divine revelation, and is made known in a manner and at a
      time appointed by God, and to those only who are illumined by His Spirit.
In the ordinary sense a
      "mystery" implies knowledge withheld; its Scriptual significance is truth revealed. Hence the terms
      especially associated with the subject are "made known," "manifested," "revealed," "preached,"
      "understand," "dispensation." The definition given above may be best illustrated by the following passage:
      "the mystery which hath been hid from all ages and generations: but now hath it been manifested to His
      saints" (Col 1:26, RV). "It is used of: 

2.   Ignorant - Strong's NT:50 from NT:1 (as a negative particle) and NT:3539; not to know (through lack of    
      information or intelligence); by implication, to ignore (through disinclination): KJV - ignorant (-ly), not
      know, not understand, unknown.  Disinclination - reluctance, unwillingness, opposition, hesitation,
      loatheness (think Num.21:5)


3.   A "Jot" -Strong's NT:2503 of Hebrew origin [the tenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet]; "iota", the name of
      the eighth letter of the Greek alphabet, put (figuratively) for a very small part of anything:  KJV - jot.

4.   A "tittle" - Strong's NT:2762 something horn-like, i.e. (specially) the apex of a Hebrew letter (figuratively,  
      the least particle): KJV - tittle.

      
5.   Rev.12 Woman / Bride - This will be explained when PHASE 12 is published 


6.   Means - CD's, DVD's, Books, TV Programs, Internet, Websites


7.   Subtilty - Strong's NT:3834 from NT:3835; adroitness, i.e. (in a bad sense) trickery or sophistry: KJV - 
       (cunning) craftiness, subtilty.   

8.   Simplicity - Strong's NT:572 from NT:573; singleness, i.e. (subjectively) sincerity (without dissimulation 
      or self-seeking), or (objectively) generosity (copious bestowal): KJV - bountifulness, liberal (-ity), simplicity,   
      singleness. 

9.   Mix - Like that of Saul. (1Sam.15) He mixed his own ideas with God's Word and  was rejected from
      being king. 

10. Confound - Strong's Con. OT #1101 / to fodder to overflow (specifically with oil.); by implication, to
​       mix; to fodder:—anoint, confound, × fade, mingle, mix (self), give provender, temper.  Confuse

11. Yeast - yeast |yēst| nouna microscopic fungus consisting of single oval cells that reproduce by budding,    
​      and are capable of converting sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide.

12. Pertaining - Strong's G4012 in the following manner: of (148x), for (61x), concerning (40x), about (31x), as
       touching (8x), touching (3x), whereof (with G3739) (3x), not translated (4x), miscellaneous (33x).

13. FullfilmentReality 
      a. Fulfill - Strong's Con. #4137 / to make replete, i.e. (literally) to cram (a net), level up (a hollow), or
          (figuratively) to furnish (or imbue, diffuse, influence), satisfy, execute (an office), finish (a period or task),
          verify (or coincide with a prediction), etc.:—accomplish, × after, (be) complete, end, expire, fill (up), fulfil,
          (be, make) full (come), fully preach, perfect, supply.
      b. Reality - Eng. Dict. |rēˈalədē| noun (plural realities) 1 the world or the state of things as they actually
          exist.

14. Feast of Weeks -  The church in the wilderness (Acts.8:37-38, / Israel, 1Cor.10:1-11) were to number 7
​      Sabbaths. (This would be 49 days / 7 weeks, because the Sabbath was once a week on the 7th. day 
      Exod.16:23) Then on the morrow after the 7th. Sabbath (day 50) they proclaim the Feast of Weeks.
      (Lev.23:15-21, Deut.16:16-17) The New Testament name is "Pentecost" which means, the Feast 50 days
​      after Passover. (Strong's NT #4005)

      
15. Feast of Harvest - (Exod.23:14-17-22, Deut.16:16-17)


16.
Puffed -Strong's NT:5448 - from NT:5449 in the primary sense of blowing; to inflate, i.e. (figuratively)
       make proud (haughty): KJV - puff up. 

17. Cut Off - There are many examples of God cutting people off. Cain was cut off. (Gen.4) with a
       New Testament warning. (1John.3:) Israel was broken off (Rom.11:19-25). The older generation were
       prevented from going into the land because of their unbelief. (Num.14:26-45) Hebrews was giving this
       same warning. (Heb.3:7-19; 4:1-11) The five foolish virgins. (Matt.25:1-13) 

18. Number 7 - Israel was to keep their house clean of leaven 7 days. Seven is "Bible Language" 
      meaning completely. On the seventh day God rested, because His work was finished. (Gen.2:1-3) Under
      the Law, the leper was declared completely clean after seven days.(Lev.13:1- 51) The Feast days were
      complete within a seventh month period of time. (Lev.23:23-41) Joshua and the children of Israel marched
      around the walls of Jericho, seven times on the seventh day, and Jericho was completely destroyed.
      (Josh.6:1-27) Naaman was completely healed of his leprosy after he had dipped in the river Jordan seven
      times. (2Kings.5:1-14) The Mystery of God is finished at the sounding of the seventh trump. (Rev.10:7)
      When Paul says, "let us keep the feast" he is saying, keep it in it's reality, everyday. 


19. Here is the Greek word for "Unleavened bread."  Strong's NT:106 from NT:1 (as a negative particle)
      and NT:2219; unleavened, i.e. (figuratively) uncorrupted; (in the neutral plural) specially (by implication)  
      the
 Passover week: KJV - unleavened (bread). This word has been translated "Unleavened Bread" every
      time,
 except in 1Cor.5:7-8) This breaks the thread of thought from where unleavened bread is first 
      mention 
through to the New Testament reality / filfillment / completion.


20. Samson was daily vexed and was brought down by Delilah (Rev.17 Harlot Woman) 



21. Review: Phase 2, Pages. 1- 4. Review:  The Phase 8/ The Feast of Unleavened Bread