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  • 1. How To Do A Word Study– Find your word in the King James text. For example, use 1 Peter 4:9 “Use hospitality one to another without grudging.”ƒ Using Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance, find the reference number (this book lists every time an English word is found in the New Testament): Ro 12:13 necessity of saints; given to h 5381 1Ti 3:2 given to h, apt to teach; 5382 Tit 1:8 But a lover of h, a lover of good “ 1Pe 4:9 Use h one to another without “„ Look in the back of Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance for a brief definition: 5381. filonexia philonexia, fil-on-ex-ee’-ah; from 5382; hospitableness:– entertain strangers, hospitality. 5382. filoxenoj philoxenos, fil-ox’-en-os; from 5384 and 3581; fond of guests, i.e. hospitable:– given to (lover of, use) hospitality.… Use a dictionary like Vine’s Expository Dictionary for a fuller definition: HOSPITALITY A. Noun. philoxenia (filoxenia, 5381), “love of strangers” (philos, “loving,” xenos, “a stranger”), is used in Rom. 12:13; Heb. 13:2, lit. “(be not forgetful of) hospitality.” See ENTERTAIN, Note. ¶ B. Adjective. philoxenos (filoxenoj, 5382), “hospitable,” occurs in 1 Tim. 3:2; Titus 1:8; 1 Pet. 4:9. ¶ Note: for xenodocheo, 1 Tim. 5:10, see STRANGER, B. ¶† For an unabridged definition, see Thayer’s Greek–English Lexicon of the New Testament.› For information on how the word was used in Classical and Attic Greek, see Kittle’s Theological Dictionary of the New Testament.ˆ Use The New Englishmen’s Greek Concordance to find every time a particular Greek word is found in the New Testament (regardless of how it is translated into English). © 1997 David Padfield • All Rights Reserved www.padfield.com
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