The Word of God has plenty of CONNECTED WORDS, some of these words in the bible are been translated with non-connected words in the secondary language, that is why some words are apparently different; nevertheless, through the deep researching and studying we can find the spiritual truth of the God's will through the passages. This book as others helps to corroborate comments, specifically from Vine's Dictionary and different books, keeping the Integrity of God's Word first. - Martin Canales
STRONG'S EXHAUSTIVE CONCORDANCE - Structure
Strong's Concordance includes:
- The 8674 Hebrew root words used in the Old Testament. (Example: Hebrew word #582 in Strong's Concordance)
- The 5624 Greek root words used in the New Testament. (Example: Greek word #3056 in Strong's)
New editions of Strong's may exclude the comparative section (1611 KJV to 1614) and the asterisks that denote differential definitions of the same Hebrew or Greek words; due perhaps to denominational considerations, definitions may also be altered.
Although the Greek words in Strong's Concordance are numbered 1–5624, the numbers 2717 and 3203–3302 are unassigned due to "changes in the enumeration while in progress". Not every distinct word is assigned a number, but only the root words. For example, αγαπησεις is assigned the same number as αγαπατε – both are listed as Greek word #25 in Strong's αγαπαω.
The purpose of Strong's Concordance is not to provide content or commentary about the Bible, but to provide an index to the Bible. This allows the reader to find words where they appear in the Bible. This index allows a student of the Bible to re-find a phrase or passage previously studied. It also lets the reader directly compare how the same word may be used elsewhere in the Bible. In this way Strong provides an independent check against translations, and offers an opportunity for greater, and more technically accurate understanding of text..
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