Keywords

 

This page contains a list of words thatfreequessntly appear in the devoitons here at PH121 Today, Tomorrow, & Forever! I hope you find them useful & they make your time here at PH121 TTForever more profitable & enjoyable.

 

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absolve – take away all responsibility & guilt; declare to be innocent

 

angel – special being created by God to be His messenger & do His work

 

anoint – set apart or separate for God’s special purpose

 

appointed – placed in a position of authority or power

 

ascension – Jesus’ earthly body leaving earth & returning to heaven

 

assembling of ourselves together – meeting with other Christians

 

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baptism – symbol of Jesus’ death & resurrection accomplished by dipping a person under water then raising them out again

 

bear fruit – produce a crop or offspring; spiritually to produce good deeds or

 

bring other people into a relationship with God

 

believe – accept as true

 

believer – one who accepts as true Jesus’ death, resurrection, & ascension into heaven

 

Body of Christ – all people who believe in, obey, serve, & follow Jesus

 

Book of Life – list of those who have accepted Jesus as Savior

 

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chastens – corrects or disciplines

 

Christian – Christ-follower

 

Church – group off Christ-following believers

 

cleanse – make clean, pure, faultless

 

commandment – order; requirement

 

commit – promise to do something

 

communion – symbolic meal consisting of unleavened (yeast-free) bread (representing Christ’s body) & wine or grape juice (representing Christ’s blood)

 

concordance – list of common words found in the Bible, their definitions, & some of the verses where  they can be found confess – admit wrongdoing & be sorry for it conformed – bring into agreement; become like or similarly to; to shape to resemble God in behavior, thoughts, and attitude

 

consecrate – set apart for a special purpose

 

corruptible – can be destroyed, damaged, or spoiled

 

covenant – promise; agreement

 

create – make from nothing

 

cross – “T”, “t”, or X shaped execution tool to which people are tied or nailed

 

crucify – execute by tying or nailing to a cross

 

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daily bread – our regular needs

 

death – separated from God

 

debt – something owed (see “sin”)

 

deceitful – not honest; misleading; tricky

 

deceived – fooled or misled; lied to

 

deed – action we take; things we do

 

demon – spirit-follower of Satan

 

depend – rely on

 

discernment – keen insight; good judgment; recognizing God’s involvement in or view of an action, thought, or event

 

disciple – learner or follower

 

divine – supremely good, magnificent, delightful, pleasant, heavenly, perfect; the very nature of God

 

doctrine – God’s teaching

 

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Emmanuel – God with us; one descriptive name given to Jesus

 

eternal (everlasting) life – goes on forever

 

evangelism – telling other people about Jesus, his death, resurrection, & why it is important

 

evil one – (see “Satan”)

 

evil speaking – swearing; saying mean words; lying, etc.

 

exhorting – urge to do what is right; encourage to do good

 

Exodus – exit; also the name of the second book of the Bible

 

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faith – trusting God to always be with you & keep his promises

 

fast – go without food for a time while praying & meditating

 

Feast of First Fruits – celebration of the first fruits, vegetables, & grain collected at harvest

 

fellowship – enjoying the company of other Christians

 

forgive – pardon; not punish for wrongdoing

 

fruit of the Spirit – grace-filled traits or characteristics that the Holy Spirit produces in the hearts & lives of those in whom he resides

 

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Genesis – beginnings; also the name of the first book of the Bible

 

gentleness – treating other people with consideration & compassion

 

glorify – (see “honor”)

 

glory of God – God’s perfect goodness

 

goodness – being morally excellent; having a character worthy of praise

 

gospel – good news about Jesus

 

governing authorities – those who rule over you

 

grace – undeserved gift from God

 

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hate – dislike to the point of desiring the death of the disliked person healed – saved or rescued from sin and its consequences

 

heart – your inner self; the real you

 

heaven – God’s eternal home; place where believer’s will live forever

 

hell – place reserved for those who choose to reject God

 

high priest – highest civil leader & ruler over God’s house

 

holy (holiness) – without sin; pure; perfect; complete

 

Holy Spirit – third part or member of the Trinity

 

honor – show respect for

 

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implore – ask; beg

 

iniquity – evil; wrongdoing; (see “sin”)

 

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Jesus Christ – second part or member of the Trinity; God’s Son sent to be punished in place of people for their sins

 

joy – being confidently content that God is in control and will take care of you

 

judgment- punishment for sin

 

just – fair; right

 

justify – put right; declared to be “not guilty”

 

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kindness – determination to forgive others & treat them with patience & love even when they don’t deserve it

 

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Lake of Fire – place of eternal punishment

 

law – commands that are impossible for any person to obey and that show us how badly we need the salvation Jesus’ offers

 

lawlessness – (see “sin”)

 

leprosy – highly contagious flesh-rotting disease incurable during biblical times now treatable and called Hanson’s Disease

 

love (agape) – to make a conscious decision of the will to love another person

 

love (phileo) – an impulsive type of love; love originated in the emotions; “friend love”

 

lust – a strong self-indulgent desire

 

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malice – grudge; hatred; wanting something bad to happen

 

meditate – think seriously about; consider deeply

 

meekness – humility; considering other people’s needs & feelings before your own

 

memorize – learn to know by heart; store knowledge in your mind

 

mercy – not punishing us for sin even though we deserve punishment to be reunited with a perfect God

 

mocked – made fun of; ridiculed

 

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obey – do what makes God happy

 

one accord – in agreement

 

only begotten – one and only

 

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parable – story told to teach a lesson

 

Passover – Jewish feast celebrated as a reminder of God using Moses to rescue the Israelite people from slavery inEgypt; symbolic of Jesus rescuing us from sin

 

patience – willingness to wait

 

peace – calmness

 

Pentecost – celebration of Jesus returning to heaven and sending his Holy Spirit to be with us and help us in our daily lives

 

perish – die

 

Pharisee – religious leaders committed to tithing & ritual purity

 

pleading – (see “exhorting”)

 

powers – evil satanic forces

 

pray – talk to God & listen for God’s message to us

 

preach – eagerly sharing the truth about Jesus

 

priest – person with the authority to perform or officiate

 over religious rites

 

principalities – evil angels; demonic rulers

 

prophet – person who delivers God’s message to the people

 

propitiation – sacrifice; payment

 

purify – make clean or sinless

 

Purim – feast celebrating Israel’s deliverance from the massacre plotted by Haman

 

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reaps – harvests

 

reconciled – restore to fellowship with God

 

redeem – buy back what already belongs to you

 

redemption – Christ’s payment for our sin; Christ’s death was the price God paid to buy us (God’s rightful creations) back from sin & death

 

remission – (see “forgiveness”)

 

repent – turn away from

 

reproof – help us see the sin in our lives

 

Revelation – God’s telling us about himself; also the last book in the Bible

 

righteous – without guilt or sin

 

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Sabbath – seventh day of the week (Saturday); day used to rest, worship, & remember that God rested on the seventh (last) day of the

 creation week

 

salvation (saved) – being free from sin; no longer punished for wrongdoing; able to be in heaven with God forever

 

saint – people returned to a right relationship with God & set apart to serve him

 

sanctification – being set apart by God for his special purpose

 

Satan (Lucifer, Devil, etc.) – angel who rebelled against God & was expelled from heaven; Satan will be allowed to tempt & torment humans until Christ’s Second Coming

 

scripture – God’s Word; the Holy Bible

 

scourges – (see “judgment”)

 

Second Coming – name given to the day when Jesus has promised to come back to earth to rule as its King

 

self-control – choosing to do what is right & resisting doing what is wrong

 

sin – doing wrong things or not doing right things; disobeying God in any way

 

soul – center of each person’s will & affections

 

sow – plant

 

spirit – part of a person that links him or her to God

 

subject – obedient

 

submission – choose to obey

 

supplication – plea; request; talking to God about your needs

 

synagogue – place where Jews assemble to worship God

 

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tabernacle – tent used as a place of the worship of God during Old Testament days

 

temple – building used for worship

 

temptation – being coaxed or enticed to sin

 

testament – promise; covenant agreement

 

The Day – (see “Second Coming”)

 

tongues – Holy Spirit-given ability to speak in languages the speaker has no training  in & has never spoken before

 

tradition – beliefs passed from generation to generation

 

transgression – (see “sin”)

 

Tree of Life – tree in the Garden of Eden whose fruit gave eternal life

 

Tree of the Knowledge of Good & Evil – tree in the Garden of Eden from which God forbade Adam & Eve to eat.  When they ate from it this tree  gave them the ability to know the difference between good & evil.

 

trespasses – (see “sin”)

 

Trinity – three-part God; includes God the Father, God the Son (Jesus Christ), & God the Holy Spirit

 

trust – rely on

 

truth – what God’s Word teaches about the way to heaven

 

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ungodly – filled with sin or wrongdoing

 

unity – harmony, oneness, agreement

 

unrighteous – (see “sin”)

 

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victory – defeat an opponent; spiritually to defeat sin, death, & Satan by obtaining eternal life through faith in Jesus

 

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wages – what we’ve earned & deserve

 

walk in the Spirit – live daily to please God

 

wisdom – ability to correctly judge the appropriate course of action

 

works – actions; what we do

 

world – human race

 

worldly lusts – sinful desires

 

wrath – (see (“judgment”)

 

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zealous – eager; excited; enthusiastic

 

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