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Lemma:‎ προοράω

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 Robinson-Pierpont 2005 World English Bible‎ / Wiki English Translation
Gal 3:8Προϊδοῦσα [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

προ·οράω (προ+ορ(α)-, -, 2nd προ+ιδ-, προ+εωρα·κ-, -, -)
προ·ιδ·ουσ·α
2aor act ptcp fem nom|voc sg
to foresee
δὲ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Particle

δέ
δε
indecl
but, yet [postpositive particle; adversative (but), continuitive (and, now, also), contrastive (yet); in constructions with μέν... δέ (on the one hand... but...)]
[lexicon][inflect][close]
Article (Definite)

ὁ ἡ τό
[τ]·η
fem nom sg
the
γραφὴ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Fem. 1st Decl.)

γραφή, -ῆς, ἡ
γραφ·η
(fem) nom|voc sg
writing
ὅτι [lexicon][inflect][close]
Conjunction

ὅτι
οτι
indecl
because/that
ἐκ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Preposition

ἐκ
εκ
indecl
out of (+gen) ἐξ before vowels
πίστεως [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Fem. 3rd Decl.)

πίστις, -εως, ἡ
πιστ(ι)·ος
(fem) gen sg
faith/faithfulness allegiance; trust; trustworthiness; πίστις can refer to faith/trust, to that which one believes or trusts (the content of one's faith), or to the personal trait of faithfulness/trustworthiness/integrity.
δικαιοῖ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Adjective (2-1-2); Verb

δίκαιος -αία -ον; δικαιόω (δικαι(ο)-, δικαιω·σ-, δικαιω·σ-, -, δεδικαιω-, δικαιω·θ-)
δικαι·οι; δικαι(ο)·ει, δικαι(ο)·ῃ, δικαι(ο)·οι
mas nom|voc pl; pres act ind 3rd sg or pres mp ind 2nd sg classical, pres mp ind 2nd sg or pres act sub 3rd sg or pres mp sub 2nd sg, pres act opt 3rd sg
righteous /just/right, (by judicial implication) innocent.; to justify vindicate; rectify: to do justice to; to declare or regard as just/righteous; to make free or pure of (sin, etc.)
τὰ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Article (Definite)

ὁ ἡ τό
τ·α
neu nom|acc pl
the
ἔθνη [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Neu. 3rd Decl.)

ἔθνο·ς, -ους, τό, voc. pl. ἔθνη
εθν(ε)·α
(neu) nom|acc|voc pl
nation/culture/race Lit: from etho (vb: to form a custom/culture). Hence, a race/people, joined by shared language, customs, history, and culture. Usually applied to Gentiles (except Jn 11:50).
[lexicon][inflect][close]
Article (Definite)

ὁ ἡ τό
[τ]·ο[ς]
mas nom sg
the
θεός [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Mas. 2nd Decl.)

θεός, -οῦ, ὁ
θε·ος
(mas) nom sg
god [see theology]
, προευηγγελίσατο [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

προ·ευ·αγγελίζομαι (-, -, προευ+αγγελι·σ-/προ+ευαγγελι·σ-, -, -, -)
προευ·ε·αγγελι·σατο
1aor mp ind 3rd sg
to declare beforehand [announce good news in advance]
τῷ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Article (Definite)

ὁ ἡ τό
τ·ῳ
neu dat sg or mas dat sg
the
Ἀβραὰμ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Mas. Indecl.)

Ἀβραάμ, ὁ
αβρααμ
(mas) indecl
Abraham
ὅτι [lexicon][inflect][close]
Conjunction

ὅτι
οτι
indecl
because/that
Ἐνευλογηθήσονται [lexicon][inflect][close]
Verb

ἐν·ευ·λογέω (εν+ευλογ(ε)-, -, -, -, -, εν+ευλογη·θ-)
εν·ευλογη·θησονται
fut θη ind 3rd pl
to in-blessed The place of being blessed
ἐν [lexicon][inflect][close]
Preposition

ἐν
εν
indecl
in/with/by (+dat) - εν to see with; prep. at, in; adv. wherein, by; σε pron. thee and prep. in, into, among
σοὶ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Pronoun (2nd Person); Determiner (Possessive); Verb

σύ, σοῦ (σου), σοί (σοι), σέ (σε), pl. ὑμεῖς, ὑμῶν, ὑμῖν, ὑμᾶς; σός -ή -όν; τρίβω [LXX] (τριβ-, ·σ-, τριψ-, -, τετριβ-, -)
σοι; σ·οι; ·σοι
dat sg; mas nom|voc pl; fut act opt 3rd sg
you; your/yours(sg); to rub worn, rub
πάντα [lexicon][inflect][close]
Quantifier (Indefinite Numeral)

πᾶ[ντ]ς πᾶσα πᾶν[τ], gen. sg. παντός πάσης παντός
παντ·α
neu nom|acc|voc pl or mas acc sg
each, every properly, each within some set, the set, implicitly defined by the local (sometimes following) context. Frequently (misleadingly) rendered by inclusive pronouns like "everyone" or "everything".
τὰ [lexicon][inflect][close]
Article (Definite)

ὁ ἡ τό
τ·α
neu nom|acc pl
the
ἔθνη [lexicon][inflect][close]
Noun (Neu. 3rd Decl.)

ἔθνο·ς, -ους, τό, voc. pl. ἔθνη
εθν(ε)·α
(neu) nom|acc|voc pl
nation/culture/race Lit: from etho (vb: to form a custom/culture). Hence, a race/people, joined by shared language, customs, history, and culture. Usually applied to Gentiles (except Jn 11:50).
.
Gal 3:8
The Scripture, foreseeing anticipating that by faith God would justify justifies[a] the Gentiles by faith, preached to Abraham beforehand the Good News beforehand to Abraham, saying that, “In you all the nations will be blessed.”*[2, 3]
———
a That is, God's promise to bless is a promise to justify, to wit: in you all the nations will be justified.
b Genesis 22:18 LXX: And will be blessed in the your seed all the nations of the earth (also: Genesis 12:3 [...in you all the tribes...], 18:18 [...in him all the nations...], and 26:4 [same as 12:18, except will be blessed is εὐλογηθήσονται instead of ἐνευλογηθήσονται]).
c This is an interesting argument. Yes, because of Abraham's faith, God promised to bless the nations through his progeny. But subsequently, God gave the law to that progeny. So although Abraham received his own blessing through faith alone, is this in itself sufficient argument that the blessing of the nations is unencumbered by the law? If so, then for what reason, according to Paul, did God encumber the progeny with the law? For this argument to be conclusive—that God justifies the nations by faith alone—requires more than only Abraham's example, unless Paul is saying that even before the Christ's revelation, Abraham's example should have be sufficient, to himself and to all the Jews, to discount the law. see romans 5: 13 sin is not imputed until there is a law to identify it as sin.. by this recognition of sin were all nations condemned so that the GLORY of GOD and the gift of GRACE might also be known to all nations... but not as the offence so also the FREE GIFT.. for the judgment was by one to condemnation but the free gift is of many offenses unto justification.
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