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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words

Search Results: "false"

Title Matches: 2
False, Falsehood, Falsely
— 1: ψευδής ► (Strong's #5571 — Adjective — pseudes — psyoo-dace' ) is used of "false witnesses," Acts 6:13 ; "false apostles," Revelation 2:2 , RV, "false," AV, "liars;" Revelation 21:8 , "liars." Note: For compound words with this
Teacher, False Teachers
καλοδιδάσκαλος ► (Strong's #2567 — Adjective — kalodidaskalos — kal-od-id-as'-kal-os ) "a false teacher," occurs in the plural in 2 Peter 2:1 . 3: ψευδοδιδάσκαλος
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Accusation, Accuse
ep-ay-reh-ad'-zo ) besides its more ordinary meaning, "to insult, treat abusively, despitefully," Luke 6:28 , has the forensic significance "to accuse falsely," and is used with this meaning in 1 Peter 3:16 , RV, "revile." See DESPITEFULLY , REVILE. B — 4: κατηγορέω
Accuser
as devils. It is always to be distinguished from daimon, "a demon." It is found three times, 1 Timothy 3:11 ; 2 Timothy 3:3 ; Titus 2:3 , of false accusers, slanderers. 2: κατήγορος ► (Strong's #2725 — Noun Masculine
Antichrist
of Sin in 2 Thessalonians 2 , that the same person seems to be in view in all these passages, rather than the second beast in Revelation 13 , the false prophet; for the latter supports the former in all his Antichristian assumptions. Note: The term pseudochristos, "a false Christ," is to be distinguished
Apostle, Apostleship
ap-os-tol-ay' ) "a sending, a mission," signifies an apostleship, Acts 1:25 ; Romans 1:5 ; 1 Corinthians 9:2 ; Galatians 2:8 . Note: Pseudapostoloi, "false apostles," occurs in 2 Corinthians 11:13 .
Appear, Appearing
1 John 2:28 ; 3:2 ; Revelation 3:18 . To be manifested, in the Scriptural sense of the word, is more than to "appear." A person may "appear" in a false guise or without a disclosure of what he truly is; to be manifested is to be revealed in one's true character; this is especially the meaning of
Apprehend
1: καταλαμβάνω ► (Strong's #2638 — Verb — katalambano — kat-al-am-ban'-o
Arise, Arose, Arouse, Raise, Rise, Rouse
antagonistically against persons, e.g. of officials against people, Acts 5:17 ; of a seditious leader, 5:36; of the "rising" up of Satan, Mark 3:26 ; of false teachers, Acts 20:30 ; (c) of "rising" to a position of preeminence or power e.g., of Christ as a prophet, Acts 3:22 ; 7:37 ; as God's servant in
Beguile
► (Strong's #3884 — Verb — paralogizomai — par-al-og-id'-zom-ahee ) lit. and primarily, "to reckon wrong," hence means "to reason falsely" (para, "from, amiss," logizomai, "to reason") or "to deceive by false reasoning;" translated "delude" in Colossians 2:4 , RV (AV, "beguile") and
Bereaved, Bereft
) "to rob, defraud, deprive," is used in 1 Timothy 6:5 , in the Passive Voice, of being deprived or "bereft" (of the truth), with reference to false teachers (AV, "destitute"). See DEFRAUD , DESTITUTE , FRAUD.
Brother, Brethren, Brotherhood, Brotherly
"brotherly love," Romans 12:10 ; 1 Thessalonians 4:9 ; Hebrews 13:1 ; "love of the brethren," 1 Peter 1:22 ; 2 Peter 1:7 , RV; pseudadelphos, "false brethren," 2 Corinthians 11:26 ; Galatians 2:4 . (2) In Luke 6:16 ; Acts 1:13 , the RV has "son," for AV, "brother." (3) In Acts 13:1 , for
Come, Came
so as to be present with, is used (a) in the literal sense, of the "coming" in of the Law in addition to sin, Romans 5:20 ; (b) in Galatians 2:4 , of false brethren, suggesting their "coming" in by stealth. See ENTER. 9: παρέρχομαι ► (Strong's
Corrupt, Verb and Adjective. Corruption, Corruptible, Incorruption, Incorruptible
significance it is used of the effect of evil company upon the manners of believers, and so of the effect of association with those who deny the truth and hold false doctrine, 1 Corinthians 15:33 (this was a saying of the pagan poet Menander, which became a well known proverb); in 2 Corinthians 7:2
Deacon
3:2 ; 1 Timothy 4:6 ; those who serve in the churches, Romans 16:1 (used of a woman here only in NT); Philippians 1:1 ; 1 Timothy 3:8,12 ; false apostles, servants of Satan, 2 Corinthians 11:15 . Once diakonos is used where, apparently, angels are intended, Matthew 22:13 ; in v. 3, where
Deceit, Deceitful, Deceitfully, Deceitfulness, Deceive, Deceivableness
#539 — Noun Feminine — apate — ap-at'-ay ) "deceit or deceitfulness" (akin to apatao, "to cheat, deceive, beguile"), that which gives a false impression, whether by appearance, statement or influence, is said of riches, Matthew 13:22 ; Mark 4:19 ; of sin, Hebrews 3:13 . The phrase in Ephesians
Deny
2 Peter 2:1 ; Jude 1:4 ; (c) "to deny oneself," either in a good sense, by disregarding one's own interests, Luke 9:23 , or in a bad sense, to prove false to oneself, to act quite unlike oneself, 2 Timothy 2:13 ; (d) to "abrogate, forsake, or renounce a thing," whether evil, Titus 2:12 , or good,
Destroy, Destroyer, Destruction, Destructive
1 Timothy 6:9 (for the preceding word "destruction" see No. 3, below); of professing Hebrew adherents who shrink back into unbelief, Hebrews 10:39 ; of false teachers, 2 Peter 2:1,3 ; of ungodly men, 2 Peter 3:7 ; of those who wrest the Scriptures, 2 Peter 3:16 ; of the Beast, the final
Devil, Devlish
at the end of the present age, Revelation 12:12 . His doom is the lake of fire, Matthew 25:41 ; Revelation 20:10 . The noun is applied to slanderers, false accusers, 1 Timothy 3:11 ; 2 Timothy 3:3 ; Titus 2:3 . Note: For "devilish," James 3:17 , see DEMON , C.
Devour
emotion, John 2:17 ; "to devour" by forcible appropriation, as of widows' property, Matthew 23:14 (AV only); Mark 12:40 ; "to demand maintenance," as false apostles did to the church at Corinth, 2 Corinthians 11:20 ; "to exploit or prey on one another," Galatians 5:15 , where "bite ... devour ...
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