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Swords of the Soul and Spirit 

Hebrews Chapter 4 - Taught by Pastor Arnold Murray

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Heb_4:12 For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword (machaira), piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.

For the word(G3056) of God is quick, (living - it's the Living word of God) and powerful, (active and fixed in position) and sharper (more keen) than any (that would be 'all' - no other) twoedged sword, (machaira - could imply two sides of a front in war either in ones 'self' or 'persons' and 'nations' - for every war one side will judge the other with their mouth, hence it is from the mouth outwardly that begins the process of judging one another. They are fixed until one is subdued. The same inwardly of 'self'.) piercing even to the dividing asunder (note: it appears to imply a negative and positive) of soul (a voluntary breath, in the mind one can take in and leave out what it wants to learn - free will) and spirit, (mental disposition - an accepted attitude in longetity, learned state of mind) and of the joints (as of a lifting and connecting oneself to) and marrow, (the nourishment and strength of the bones) and is a discerner (to discrimatively judge 'critical' - distinguish between right and wrong) of the thoughts (deliberation, in the center is the passion) and intents (moral understanding, the fixed position) of the heart. (thoughts or feelings of the mind)


Companion Bible Notes
Heb_4:12 quick = living. Greek. zao. Compare App-170.
G2198 zaō dzah'-o A primary verb; to live (literally or figuratively) All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - life (-time), (a-) live (-ly), quick. 144 occurrences in the N.T. Interesting considering the number of the children of Israel who were sealed. Had life in them, 144 x 1,000, and a day with the LORD is as a thousand years.

Can you hear your GOOD SHEPHERD - Jesus's sheep know his voice
.powerful. Greek. energes. See 1Co_16:9, and compare App-172.
G1756 energes en-er-gace' From G1722 and G2041; active, operative All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - effectual, powerful. effectual, 2 1Co_16:9, Phm_1:6 powerful, 1 Heb_4:12

* G1722

en en

A primary preposition denoting (fixed) position (in place, time or state), and (by implication) instrumentality (medially or constructively), that is, a relation of rest (intermediate between G1519 and G1537); “in”, at, (up-) on, by, etc.: - (536 occurrences)

* G2041

ergon er'-gon

From εργω ergō (a primary but obsolete word; to work); toil (as an effort or occupation); by implication an act: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - deed, doing, labour, work.

sharper. Greek. tomoteros. Only here.
G5114 tomōteros tom-o'-ter-os Compound of a derivative of the primary word τεμνω temnō (to cut; more comprehensive or decisive than G2875, as if by a single stroke; whereas that implies repeated blows, like hacking); more keen: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - sharper. sharper, 1 Heb_4:12

than = above. Greek. huper. App-104.
G5228 huper hoop-er' A primary preposition; “over”, that is, (with the genitive case) of place, above, beyond, across, or causal, for the sake of, instead, regarding; with the accusative case superior to, more than. In compounds it retains many of the listed applications: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - (+ exceeding abundantly) above, in (on) behalf of, beyond, by, + very chiefest, concerning, exceeding (above, -ly), for, + very highly, more (than), of, over, on the part of, for sake of, in stead, than, to (-ward), very. In compounds it retains many of the above applications. above, 12 Mat_10:24 (2), Luk_6:40, Act_26:13, 1Co_4:6, 1Co_10:13, 2Co_1:8, 2Co_12:6, Gal_1:14, Eph_3:20, Php_2:9, Phm_1:16 than, 5 Mat_10:37 (2), Luk_16:8, Phm_1:21, Heb_4:12 behalf, 4 2Co_5:11-12 (2), 2Co_8:24, Php_1:29

.more, 4 Mat_10:37 (2), 2Co_11:23, Phm_1:21 on, 4 Mar_9:40, 2Co_5:11-12 (2), 2Co_8:24 chiefest, 2 2Co_11:5, 2Co_12:11 stead, 2 2Co_5:20, Phm_1:13 very, 2 2Co_11:5, 1Th_5:13 beyond, 1 2Co_8:3 concerning, 1 Rom_9:27 exceeding, 1 Eph_3:20 exceedingly, 1 1Th_3:10 over, 1 Eph_1:22 toward, 1 2Co_7:7

twoedged. Greek. distomos. Only here and Rev_1:16; Rev_2:12.
G1366 distomos dis'-tom-os From G1364 and G4750; double edged: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - with two edges, two-edged. twoedged, 2 Heb_4:12, Rev_1:16 edges, 1 Rev_2:12 two, 1 Rev_2:12 (2) twofold, 1 Mat_23:15 Mat_23:15 Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye compass sea and land to make one proselyte, and when he is made, ye make him twofoldG1362 more the child of hell than yourselves. Scribes and Pharisees are the Kenites. More proof to the offspring of Cain of Satan. For when they convert, it is by deception - lies. What word do they listen to when they don't know or understand the one which is speaking to them (YAHSHUAH). woe, &c. Compare Mat_5:5, and see App-126. land = dry [land]. proselyte. The Greek is transliterated, and means a comer over to. Used of a Gentile who came over to the Jews' religion. Occurs only here; and Act_2:10; Act_6:5; Act_13:43. is made = becomes [one]. the child of hell = a son of Gehenna. A Hebraism = Gehenna's people. See App131. I; and note on Mat_5:22.


Revelation 1

* G1364

dis dece

.Adverb from G1417; twice: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - again, twice. twice, 4 Mar_14:30, Mar_14:72, Jud_1:12 (2) again, 2 Php_4:16, 1Th_2:18 G1417 duo doo'-o A primary numeral; “two”: - both, twain, two. (132 occurrences)

* G4750

stoma stom'-a

Probably stregthened from a presumed derivative of the base of G5114; the mouth (as if a gash in the face); by implication language (and its relations); figuratively an opening (in the earth); specifically the front or edge (of a weapon): All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - edge, face, mouth. mouth, 69 Mat_4:4, Mat_5:2, Mat_13:34-35 (2), Mat_15:8, Mat_15:11 (2), Mat_15:17-18 (2), Mat_17:27, Mat_21:16 (2), Luk_1:64, Luk_1:70, Luk_4:22, Luk_6:45, Luk_11:54, Luk_19:22, Luk_21:15, Luk_22:71, Joh_19:29, Act_1:16, Act_3:18, Act_3:21, Act_4:25, Act_8:32, Act_8:35, Act_10:34, Act_11:8, Act_15:7, Act_22:14 (2), Act_23:2, Rom_3:14, Rom_3:19, Rom_10:8-10 (3), Rom_15:6, 2Co_6:11, 2Co_13:1, Eph_4:29, Eph_6:19, Col_3:8, 2Th_2:8, 2Ti_4:17, Jam_3:10, 1Pe_2:22, Rev_3:16 (4), Rev_9:19, Rev_10:9-10 (2), Rev_11:5, Rev_12:15-16 (3), Rev_13:2 (2), Rev_13:5-6 (2), Rev_14:5, Rev_16:13 (3), Rev_19:15, Rev_19:21 face, 4 2Jn_1:12 (2), 3Jn_1:14 (2) mouths, 4 Heb_11:33, Jam_3:3, Rev_9:17-18 (2) edge, 2 Luk_21:24, Heb_11:34 G5114 tomōteros tom-o'-ter-os Compound of a derivative of the primary word τεμνω temnō (to cut; more comprehensive or decisive than G2875, as if by a single stroke; whereas that implies repeated blows, like hacking); more keen: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - sharper. sharper, 1 Heb_4:12 *Interesting to note that this part of the edge runs itself back around to the sharpness. Implying that even the sharpness of YAHSHUAH'S word is even sharper/more keen than the twoedged sword.

sword. Greek. machaira. Same word Eph_6:17, but not Luk_2:35. Rev_1:16; &c.
*G3162 machaira makh'-ahee-rah Probably feminine of a presumed derivative of G3163; a knife, that is, dirk; figuratively war,

.judicial punishment: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - sword. sword, 23 Mat_10:34, Mat_26:51-52 (4), Mar_14:47, Luk_21:24, Luk_22:36, Luk_22:49, Joh_18:1011 (2), Act_12:2, Act_16:27, Rom_8:35, Rom_13:4, Eph_6:17, Heb_4:12, Heb_11:34, Heb_11:37, Rev_6:4, Rev_13:10 (2), Rev_13:14 swords, 6 Mat_26:47, Mat_26:55, Mar_14:43, Mar_14:48, Luk_22:38, Luk_22:52 G3163 mache makh'-ay From G3164; a battle, that is, (figuratively) controversy: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - fighting, strive, striving. fightings, 2 2Co_7:5, Jam_4:1 about, 1 Tit_3:9 strifes, 1 2Ti_2:23 strivings, 1 Tit_3:9 G3164 machomai makh'-om-ahee Middle voice of an apparently primary verb; to war, that is, (figuratively) to quarrel, dispute: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - fight, strive. strove, 2 John_6:52, Act_7:26 fight, 1 Jam_4:2 strive, 1 2Ti_2:24

piercing. Greek. diikneomai. Only here.
G1338 diikneomai dee-ik-neh'-om-ahee From G1223 and the base of G2425; to reach through, that is, penetrate: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - pierce.

* G1223

dia dee-ah'

A primary preposition denoting the channel of an act; through(in very wide applications, local, causal or occasional).In composition it retains the same general import: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - after, always, among, at, to avoid, because of (that), briefly, by, for (cause) . . . fore,

.from, in, by occasion of, of, by reason of, for sake, that, thereby, therefore, X though, through (-out), to, wherefore, with (-in). In composition it retains the same general import.

* G2425

hikanos hik-an-os'

From ἵκω κω hikō (ἵκω κανω or ἵκω κνεομαἵκω ; akin to G2240; to arrive); competent (as if coming in season), that is, ample (in amount) or fit (in character): All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - able, + content, enough, good, great, large, long (while), many, meet, much, security, sore, sufficient, worthy. G2240 hekō hay'-ko A primary verb; to arrive, that is, be present (literally or figuratively): All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - come.

dividing asunder. Greek. merismos. See Heb_2:4.
G3311 merismos mer-is-mos' From G3307; a separation or distribution: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - dividing asunder, gift. dividing, 1 Heb_4:12 (2) gifts, 1 Heb_2:4 G3307 merizoÌ„ mer-id'-zo From G3313; to part, that is, (literally) to apportion, bestow, share, or (figuratively) to disunite, differ: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - deal, be difference between, distribute, divide, give part. divided, 8 Mat_12:25-26 (3), Mar_3:24-26 (3), Mar_6:41, 1Co_1:13 distributed, 2 1Co_7:17, 2Co_10:13 between, 1 1Co_7:34 dealt, 1 Rom_12:3 difference, 1 1Co_7:34 divide, 1 Luk_12:13 part, 1 Heb_7:2 G3313 meros mer'-os From an obsolete but more primary form of μειρομαἵκω  meiromai (to get as a .section or allotment); a division or share (literally or figuratively, in a wide application): All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - behalf, coast, course, craft, particular (+ -ly), part (+ -ly), piece, portion, respect, side, some sort (-what). part, 17 Luk_11:36, Joh_13:8, Joh_19:23, Act_5:2, Act_23:6, Act_23:9, Rom_11:25, 1Co_13:9-10 (3), 1Co_13:12, 2Co_1:14, 2Co_2:5, Eph_4:16, Rev_20:6, Rev_21:8, Rev_22:19 parts, 6 Mar_8:10, Joh_19:23, Act_2:10, Act_20:2, Eph_4:9, Rev_16:19 coasts, 3 Mat_15:21, Mat_16:13, Act_19:1 portion, 3 Mat_24:51, Luk_12:46, Luk_15:12 behalf, 2 2Co_9:3, 1Pe_4:16 respect, 2 2Co_3:10, Col_2:16 course, 1 1Co_14:27 craft, 1 Act_19:27 (2) particular, 1 1Co_12:27 particularly, 1 Heb_9:5 partly, 1 1Co_11:18 piece, 1 Luk_24:42 side, 1 John_21:6 some, 1 Rom_15:15 sort, 1 Rom_15:15 (2)

RSTESOT from Above
soul. App-110 and App-170 : 3.
G5590 psuche psoo-khay' From G5594; breath, that is, (by implication) spirit, abstractly or concretely (the animal sentient principle only; thus distinguished on the one hand from G4151, which is the rational and immortal soul; and on the other from G2222, which is mere vitality, even of plants: these terms thus exactly correspond respectively to the Hebrew [H5315], [H7307] and [H2416]: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - heart (+ -ily), life, mind, soul, + us, + you. 105 occurrences in the N.T. KJC G5594 psuchō psoo'-kho A primary verb; to breathe (voluntarily but gently; thus differing on the one hand from G4154, which denotes properly a forcible respiration; and on the other from the base of G109, which refers properly to an inanimate breeze), that is, (by implication of reduction of temperature by evaporation) to chill (figuratively): All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - wax cold. cold, 1 Mat_24:12 wax, 1 Mat_24:12 (2)

.spirit. App-101.
G4151 pneuma pnyoo'-mah From G4154; a current of air, that is, breath (blast) or a breeze; by analogy or figuratively a spirit, that is, (human) the rational soul, (by implication) vital principle, mental disposition, etc., or (superhuman) an angel, daemon, or (divine) God, Christ’s spirit, the Holy spirit: - Compare G5590. All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - ghost, life, spirit (-ual, -ually), mind. 385 occurrences in the N.T. G4154 pneō pneh'-o A primary word; to breathe hard, that is, breeze: - Compare G5594. All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - blow. blew, 3 Mat_7:25, Mat_7:27, Joh_6:18 blow, 2 Luk_12:55, Rev_7:1 bloweth, 1Jn_3:8 wind, 1 Act_27:40

joints. Greek. harmos. Only here.
G719 harmos har-mos' From the same as G716; an articulation (of the body): All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - joint. joints, 1 Heb_4:12 G716 harma har'-mah Probably from G142 (perhaps with G1 (as a particle of union) prefixed); a chariot (as raised or fitted together (compare G719)): All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - chariot. chariot, 3 Act_8:28-29 (2), Act_8:38 chariots, 1 Rev_9:9 G142 airō ah'ee-ro A primary verb; to lift; by implication to take up or away; figuratively to raise (the voice), keep in suspense (the mind); specifically to sail away (that is, weigh anchor); by Hebraism (compare [H5375]) to expiate sin: -

.All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English away with, bear (up), carry, lift up, loose, make to doubt, put away, remove, take (away, up). take, 35 Mat_9:6, Mat_11:29, Mat_16:24, Mat_17:27, Mat_20:14, Mat_22:13, Mat_24:17-18 (2), Mat_25:28, Mar_2:9, Mar_2:11, Mar_6:8, Mar_8:34, Mar_10:21, Mar_13:15-16 (2), Mar_15:24, Mar_16:18, Luk_5:24, Luk_9:3, Luk_9:23, Luk_17:31, Luk_19:24, Luk_22:36, Joh_2:16, Joh_5:8, Joh_5:11-12 (2), Joh_11:39, Joh_11:48, Joh_17:15, Joh_19:38, Joh_20:15, 1Co_6:15, 1Jn_3:5 took, 18 Mat_14:12, Mat_14:20, Mat_15:37, Mat_24:39, Mar_2:12, Mar_6:29, Mar_6:43, Mar_8:8, Mar_8:19-20 (2), Luk_5:25, Joh_5:9, Joh_8:59, Joh_11:41, Joh_19:38, Act_21:11, Col_2:14, Rev_18:21 taken, 16 Mat_13:12, Mat_21:43, Mat_25:29, Mar_4:25, Luk_8:18, Luk_9:17, Luk_11:52, Luk_19:26, Joh_19:31, Joh_20:1-2 (2), Joh_20:13, Act_8:33 (2), Act_20:9, Act_27:17 away, 13 Mat_22:12-13 (2), Mat_24:39, Mat_25:29, Mar_2:21, Mar_4:15, Luk_6:2930 (2), Luk_8:12, Joh_19:15 (2), Act_21:36, Act_22:22 taketh, 11 Mat_9:16, Mar_2:21, Mar_4:15, Luk_6:29-30 (2), Luk_8:12, Luk_11:22, Joh_1:29, Joh_10:18, Joh_15:2, Joh_16:22 bear, 4 Mat_4:6, Mat_27:32, Mar_15:21, Luk_4:11 lifted, 4 Luk_17:13, Joh_11:41, Act_4:24, Rev_10:5 removed, 2 Mat_21:21, Mar_11:23 borne, 1 Mar_2:3 carry, 1Jn_5:10 doubt, 1 John_10:24 loosing, 1 Act_27:13 make, 1 John_10:24 put, 1 Eph_4:31 takest, 1 Luk_19:21 taking, 1 Luk_19:21-22 (2)

marrow. Greek. muelos. Only here.
G3452 muelos moo-el-os' Perhaps a primary word; the marrow: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - marrow. marrow, 1 Heb_4:12 * What is the marrow to the joint? Requires a little digging to see the full aspect to what is being said.

discerner. Greek. kritikos. Only here.
G2924 kritikos krit-ee-kos' From G2923; decisive (“critical”), that is, discriminative: -

.All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - discerner. discerner, 1 Heb_4:12 G2923 krites kree-tace' From G2919; a judge (generally or specifically): All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - judge. judge, 13 Mat_5:25 (2), Luk_12:58 (2), Luk_18:2, Luk_18:6, Act_10:42, Act_18:15, Act_24:10, 2Ti_4:8, Heb_12:23, Jam_4:11, Jam_5:9 judges, 4 Mat_12:27, Act_13:19-20 (2), Jam_2:4 G2919 krinō kree'-no Properly to distinguish, that is, decide (mentally or judicially); by implication to try, condemn, punish: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - avenge, conclude, condemn, damn, decree, determine, esteem, judge, go to (sue at the) law, ordain, call in question, sentence to, think. judge, 45 Mat_7:1-2 (2), Luk_6:37, Luk_12:57, Luk_19:22, Joh_5:30, Joh_7:24 (2), Joh_7:51, Joh_8:15-16 (3), Joh_8:26, Joh_12:47-48 (3), Joh_18:31, Act_4:19, Act_7:7, Act_13:46, Act_17:31, Act_23:3, Rom_2:16, Rom_2:27, Rom_3:6, Rom_14:3, Rom_14:10, Rom_14:13 (2), 1Co_4:5, 1Co_5:12 (2), 1Co_6:2-3 (2), 1Co_10:15, 1Co_11:13, 2Co_5:14, Col_2:16, 2Ti_4:1, Heb_10:30, Heb_13:4, Jam_4:11, 1Pe_4:5, Rev_19:10-11 (2) judged, 26 Mat_7:1-2 (2), Luk_6:37, Luk_7:43, Joh_16:11, Act_16:15, Act_24:6, Act_25:9-10 (2), Act_25:20, Act_26:6, Rom_2:12, Rom_3:4, Rom_3:7, 1Co_5:3, 1Co_6:2, 1Co_10:29, 1Co_11:31-32 (2), Jam_2:12, 1Pe_4:6, Rev_11:18, Rev_16:5, Rev_19:2, Rev_20:12-13 (2) judgeth, 9 Joh_5:22, Joh_8:50, Joh_12:48, 1Co_5:13, Jam_4:11 (2), 1Pe_1:17, 1Pe_2:23, Rev_18:8 determined, 7 Act_3:13, Act_20:16, Act_25:25, Act_27:1, 1Co_2:2, 2Co_2:1, Tit_3:12 judgest, 6 Rom_2:1 (3), Rom_14:3-4 (2), Jam_4:12 called, 2 Act_23:6, Act_24:21 condemned, 2 Joh_3:18 (2) esteemeth, 2 Rom_14:5 (2) judging, 2 Mat_19:28, Luk_22:30 law, 2 1Co_6:1, 1Co_6:6 question, 2 Act_23:6 (2), Act_24:21 at, 1 Mat_5:40 avenged, 1 Rev_18:20 concluded, 1 Act_21:25 condemn, 1Jn_3:17 condemneth, 1 Rom_14:22 condemning, 1 Act_13:27

.damned, 1 2Th_2:12 decreed, 1 1Co_7:37 ordained, 1 Act_16:4 sentence, 1 Act_15:19 sue, 1 Mat_5:40 thought, 1 Act_26:8

thoughts. Greek. enthumesis. See Act_17:29.
G1761 enthumesis en-thoo'-may-sis From G1760; deliberation: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - device, thought. thoughts, 3 Mat_9:4 (2), Mat_12:25, Heb_4:12 device, 1 Act_17:29 G1760 enthumeomai en-thoo-meh'-om-ahee From a compound of G1722 and G2372; to be inspirited, that is, ponder: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - think. thought, 2 Mat_1:20, Act_10:19 on, 1 Mat_1:19-20 (2) think, 1 Mat_9:4

* G1722

en en

A primary preposition denoting (fixed) position (in place, time or state), and (by implication) instrumentality (medially or constructively), that is, a relation of rest (intermediate between G1519 and G1537); “in”, at, (up-) on, by, etc.: - (536 occurrences)

* G2372

thumos thoo-mos'

From G2380; passion (as if breathing hard): All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - fierceness, indignation, wrath. Compare G5590. wrath, 14 Act_19:28 (2), Gal_5:20, Eph_4:31, Col_3:8, Heb_11:27, Rev_12:12, Rev_14:8, Rev_14:10, Rev_14:19, Rev_15:1, Rev_15:7, Rev_16:1, Rev_18:3 fierceness, 2 Rev_16:19, Rev_19:15 indignation, 1 Rom_2:8 wraths, 1 2Co_12:20 G2380 thuō thoo'-o

.A primary verb; properly to rush (breathe hard, blow, smoke), that is, (by implication) to sacrifice (properly by fire, but generally); by extension to immolate (slaughter for any purpose): All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - kill, (do) sacrifice, slay. killed, 5 Mat_22:3-4 (2), Mar_14:12, Luk_15:27, Luk_15:30, Luk_22:7 sacrifice, 4 Act_14:13, Act_14:18, 1Co_10:20 (2) kill, 3 Luk_15:23, Joh_10:10, Act_10:13 sacrificed, 1 1Co_5:7 slay, 1 Act_11:7 (2)

intents. Greek. ennoia. Only here and 1Pe_4:1. The written Word is a sword (compare Eph_6:17), and the living Word has a sword (Rev_1:16; Rev_19:15).
Once, and once only, has God used the word kritikos; thus confining it to His own Word as a "critic". That Word is to be man's Judge (Joh_12:48. Compare App-122and App-177). Yet man claims the word "critic" and dares to sit in judgment on that very Word which is to judge him, in what he terms "higher criticism", which is only human reasoning based on the deceit of his own heart (Jer_23:26). "In the last day" man will be criticized (judged) by the same Word on which he now sits in judgment. "Dividing asunder of soul and spirit" means not only differentiating between that which is begotten of the flesh and that which is begotten of the Spirit (Joh_3:6) in the individual; but also between the natural (Greek. psuchikos) man and the spiritual (Greek. pneumatikos) man. See 1Co_2:13-15. G1771 ennoia en'-noy-ah From a compound of G1722 and G3563; thoughtfulness, that is, moral understanding: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - intent, mind. intents, 1 Heb_4:12 mind, 1 1Pe_4:1

* G1722

en en

A primary preposition denoting (fixed) position (in place, time or state), and (by implication) instrumentality (medially or constructively), that is, a relation of rest (intermediate between G1519 and G1537); “in”, at, (up-) on, by, etc.: - (536 occurrences)

* G3563

nous nooce

Probably from the base of G1097; the intellect, that is, mind (divine or human; in thought, feeling, or will); by implication meaning: - Compare G5590. All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - mind, understanding. mind, 16 Rom_1:28, Rom_7:23, Rom_7:25, Rom_11:34, Rom_12:2, Rom_14:5, 1Co_1:10,

.1Co_2:16 (2), 2Co_7:7, Eph_4:17, Eph_4:23, Col_2:18, 2Th_2:2, Tit_1:15, Rev_17:9 understanding, 7 Luk_24:45, 1Co_14:14-15 (3), 1Co_14:19, Php_4:7, Rev_13:18 minds, 2 1Ti_6:5, 2Ti_3:8 thousand, 1 1Co_4:15 G1097 ginōskō ghin-oce'-ko A prolonged form of a primary verb; to “know” (absolutely), in a great variety of applications and with many implications (as shown at left, with others not thus clearly expressed): All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English : - allow, be aware (of), feel, (have) known (-ledge), perceive, be resolved, can speak, be sure, understand. (224 occurrences)

Heart
G2588 kardia kar-dee'-ah Prolonged from a primary καρ kar (Latin cor, “heart”); the heart, that is, (figuratively) the thoughts or feelings (mind); also (by analogy) the middle: All words used in the KJV translated from Greek to English (+ broken-) heart (-ed). (161 occurrences) Heb_4:12 For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword (machaira), piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.
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