Tag: John Gill

A BLESSED PROMISE [PROVERBS 16:3]

A BLESSED PROMISE Especially In Times Of Trouble “Commit thy works unto the LORD, and thy thoughts hall be established.” [Proverbs 16:3 – AV/KJV] “Roll your works on Jehovah, and your thoughts will be established.” [Proverbs 16:3 – LITV/KJ3] “Roll away your works to Jehovah, roll your deeds unto Him, even commit and trust all…

Who Numbered Christ with the Transgressors?

Who Numbered Christ with the Transgressors? Introduction I recently received a comment that stated: It is not the Father reckoning Christ as a transgressor, but rather the Jews and Romans sinfully reckoning Christ as a criminal, among the two other robbers on the crosses. This is a situation of someone reckoning *incorrectly*, and thus sinning. Compare…

Word Study – Nasa‘ (borne/bear)

A Study on Nasa’ (bear) as it relates to the bearing of our griefs by the Lord Jesus Christ The verses wherein nasa’ is used can be found below. I recommend reading the verses in context (in the Bible). This word is used in various different ways; I cannot draw any one conclusion from it…

Word Study – cabal (to carry/bear)

A Study on cabal (carry/bear) as it relates to the carrying of our sorrows by the Lord Jesus Christ The verses wherein cabal is used can be found below. I recommend reading the verses in context (in the Bible). This word, unlike others previosuly reviewed, appears to have both literal and figurative usage. I’ll leave…

Word Study – Anaphero (to bear)

A Study on anaphero (bear) as it relates to the bearing of sin by the Lord Jesus Christ The verses wherein anaphero is used can be found below. I recommend reading the verses in context (in the Bible). I trust that you will find that whereas the context in which this word is used has…

Word Study – Poieo (Made)

A Study on poieo in relation to how it is used in II Corinthians 5:21 Throughout the New Testament, the word poieo is used of God to describe that which is actually, literally, and truly done, made, wrought, brought forth, worked, and/or performed. This word, to the very best of my understanding, is never used…