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Put away from thee a froward mouth ... (Prov. 4:24)
‎   WTT Proverbs 4:24 הָסֵ֣ר מִ֭מְּךָ עִקְּשׁ֣וּת פֶּ֑ה וּלְז֥וּת שְׂ֜פָתַ֗יִם
הַרְחֵ֥ק מִמֶּֽךָּ׃ APB Proverbs
4:24 Put away from you a crooked
mouth And put devious lips far from you. crooked. This word
occurs only here and in Prov.
6:12 . Its cognates ( ...
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For those using LKG by Buth, here's a resource for out of class practice for first semester students. See the end of the description for a link to the printed resource with TPRS parking questions.
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The desire of a man is his kindness? Rereading Proverbs 19:22.
‎ Proverbs 19:22 תַּאֲוַ֣ת אָדָ֣ם חַסְדּ֑וֹ
וְטֽוֹב־רָ֜שׁ מֵאִ֥ישׁ כָּזָֽב׃ KJV  Proverbs 19:22  The desire of a man  is  his kindness: and a poor man  is  better than a liar. NASB  Proverbs
19:22 What is desirable in a man is
his kindness, And it is better...
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A Sketch of a Biblical Theology of Sanctification: Wesleyan-Arminian but not Wesleyan/Nazarene
By way of helping my brothers, whether Wesleyan-Arminian or non-Wesleyan-Arminian, see how
the doctrine of sanctification can be articulated in scripturally derived
categories, differ markedly from Wesley at various points, and yet still be
Wesleyan-Arminia...
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Sanctification: Overlap and Differences between Wesleyan and Reformed understandings
As this series of reviews heads to a conclusion of Michael Allen's Sanctification , a couple window
into areas where Wesleyan theology [1]   overlaps with Allen’s Reformed presentation and where it differs from his presentation may be appropriate. 1.       ...
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If thou hast done foolishly ... (Proverbs 30:32)
  WTT Proverbs 30:32 אִם־נָבַ֥לְתָּ בְהִתְנַשֵּׂ֑א וְאִם־זַ֜מּ֗וֹתָ יָ֣ד
לְפֶֽה׃ KJV Proverbs 30:32 If thou hast done foolishly in
lifting up thyself, or if thou hast thought evil, lay thine hand upon
thy mouth. APB Proverbs
30:32 If you have been foolish* ...
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Proverbs 14:17 A quick-tempered man acts foolishly
‎ Proverbs 14:17 קְֽצַר־אַ֭פַּיִם יַעֲשֶׂ֣ה
אִוֶּ֑לֶת וְאִ֥ישׁ מְ֜זִמּ֗וֹת יִשָּׂנֵֽא׃ APB Proverbs 14:17 A quick-tempered man
acts foolishly, And a man of evil schemes is hated. Exegesis The word translated
‘evil schemes’ ( mezimmah ) can be positive (prud...
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A wise man fears ... a fool is careless (Proverbs 14:16)
‎ Proverbs 14:16 חָכָ֣ם יָ֭רֵא וְסָ֣ר מֵרָ֑ע
וּ֜כְסִ֗יל מִתְעַבֵּ֥ר וּבוֹטֵֽחַ׃ Proverbs 14:16 A wise man is cautious
and turns away from evil, But a fool is arrogant and careless. (NASB) Translation Notes The NASB seems to have unnecessarily downshifted th...
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A Biblical-Theological Review of Michael Allen's Sanctification - Part 9: Chapter Eight - Grace and Nature
Chapter 8: Grace and Nature Chapter 8 considers “two realities: the promise of the new
creation and the nature of the new creation” (200). Allen addresses “how the
grace of new creation relates to the nature we have been granted, namely, how
regeneration pe...
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A Biblical-Theological Review of Michael Allen's Sanctification - Part 8: Chapter Seven - Justification
Chapter 7: Justification and Sanctification Chapter 7 focuses on “the distinction between the
justification and the sanctification that we possess in [Christ]” (170). Allen
traces Calvin’s “double grace” of “reconcilation through Christ’s blamelessness”
and...
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