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The Character Of Worship
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Teaching The Gospel
Singing Hymns And Spiritual
Collecting For The Church
Partaking of the Lord's
Things That Are Not Worship
Decorum For Worship
Some material in
this study is derived or directly quoted from the following texts, which are
suggested for further study and additional information:
(JHT) "A Greek-English Lexicon Of The
New Testament," Joseph Henry Thayer, Zondervan Publishing House, 1979
(UBS) A Concise Greek-English Dictionary of
the New Testament, Prepared by Barclay M. Newman, Jr., © 1971 United Bible
(LN) "Greek-English Lexicon Of The
New Testament: Based On Semantic Domains," Johannes P. Louw and Eugene A.
Nida, 1989, New York: United Bible Societies.
(TBF) "Analytical Lexicon to the Greek
New Testament,", Timothy and Barbara Friberg, © 1994, 2000.
(BDB) "Revised Whittaker's
Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew-English Lexicon," 1906, 1997, Logos Research
(DM) "A Manual Grammar Of The Greek
New Testament," 1927, 1955, Dana and Mantey, Macmillan Co.
(WEV) "Expository Dictionary Of New
Testament Words," W. E. Vine, Fleming H. Revell
(MW) The Merriam-Webster American English
Dictionary Online, 2012
(LXT) LXX Septuaginta
(Old Greek Jewish Scriptures) edited by Alfred Rahlfs,
1935, the German Bible Society
(NTW) "New Testament Words,"
William Barclay, SCM Press Ltd., 1964
(TWOT) "Theological Wordbook of the Old
Testament" by R. Laird Harris, Gleason L. Archer Jr., Bruce K. Waltke, Moody Press of Chicago, Illinois, © 1980.
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referenced in this work include:
(NKJ) New King James Version (1982)
(KJV) King James Version (1611)
(ASV) American Standard Version (1901)
(NAU) New American Standard Version (1995)
(ESV) English Standard Version (2011)
(YLT) Young's Literal Translation (1862,
Bible quotations in
this work are from the NKJ unless otherwise indicated. Anglicized equivalents of Greek and Hebrew
words appear in all upper case characters with the approximate pronunciation
following in braces.