From kurios ; belonging to the Lord (Jehovah or Jesus) or to a lord.
Occurs 2 times in 2 verses.
Entries following the reference are those used in the New Testament - Greek/English/Strong’s Interlinear.
- 1 Cor. 11:20
- Rev. 1:10
- 4. The Christian Life in a United Church - Part 1; The Unfinished Reformation - An Analysis - Neil Girrard What would a unified ekklesia look like?
- Ekklesia - A Word Study - Neil Girrard Reading the Scriptures with the word “church” in them has done centuries of damage to the body of Christ. A simple reading of these Scriptures with the Greek word “ekklesia” re-inserted can be a real eye-opener.
- A Game of Words - Neil Girrard - ( in Adobe/pdf format ) Words are the transportation device of the enemy of our souls and most Christians don’t know how successful he’s been at robbing us of our heritage in Christ.
- King James Only - Neil Girrard Some groups insist on reading the King James Bible only – what is that all about?
- Missionaries - Neil Girrard “Missionary” is not a word used in the New Testament. So why are we so insistent on sending out missionaries?
- The Mother of Abominations - Neil Girrard “Mystery Babylon” encompasses more than most people realize.
- Nothing New - Neil Girrard A look at how the devil’s strategies to entrap the body of Christ really haven’t changed over the centuries.
- Simplicity in Christ - Neil Girrard The simplicity that Christ calls us to walk in applies also, believe it or not, to how we are to assemble.
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