From a derivative of laos  and ergon ; a public servant, that is, a functionary in the Temple or Gospel, or (generally) a worshipper (of God) or benefactor (of man).
Occurs 5 times in 5 verses.
Entries following the reference are those used in the New Testament - Greek/English/Strong’s Interlinear.
- Rom. 13:6
- Rom. 15:16
- Phlp. 2:25
- Heb. 1:7
- Heb. 8:2
- Death in the Living Room: It’s Not Just in the “Church” Anymore - Neil Girrard We certainly cannot change the whole of churchianity - by what means can we know whether the group we are attending or gathering with is truly administering life or administering death?
- Meeting - Neil Girrard We’ve spotted the “church” building, the “pastor” and even the “liturgy” – but what about our “meetings”?
- The Mother of Abominations - Neil Girrard “Mystery Babylon” encompasses more than most people realize.
- Why Do We Meet - Neil Girrard - ( in Adobe/pdf format ) The modern “church” is so confused that few, if any, seem to remember or even know what the mission of the genuine ekklesia is.
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