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P48

Honest (σεμνὰ) Rev., honorable, reverend in margin. In classical Greek an epithet of the gods, venerable, reverend. The word occurs only here and in the pastoral epistles, 1 Timothy 3:8, 1 Timothy 3:11; Titus 2:2, where it is rendered grave, both in A.V. and Rev. There lies in it the idea of a dignity or majesty which is yet inviting and attractive, and which inspires reverence. Grave, as Trench observes, does not exhaust the meaning. Gravity may be ridiculous. "The word we want is one in which the sense of gravity and dignity, and of these as inviting reverence, is combined." Ellicott's venerable is perhaps as near as any word, if venerable be divested of its modern conventional sense as implying age, and confined to its original sense, worthy of reverence. Pure (ἁγνά) See on 1 John 3:3. Lovely (προσφιλῆ) Only here in the New Testament. Adapted to excite love, and to endear him who does such things. Of good report (εὔφημα) Only here in the New Testament. Lit., sounding well. The kindred verb is commonly used in an active sense. Hence not well spoken of, but fairspeaking, and so winning, gracious (Rev., in margin). Virtue (ἀρετὴ) With this exception the word occurs only in Peter's epistles; 1 Peter 2:9 (note); 2 Peter 1:3, 2 Peter 1:5 (note). Praise (ἔπαινος) Commendation corresponding to the moral value of the virtue. In the Septuagint, ἀρετὴ virtue is four times used to translate the Hebrew praise. The two ideas seem to be coordinated. Lightfoot remarks that Paul seems studiously to avoid this common heathen term for moral excellence, and his explanation is very suggestive: "Whatever value may reside in your old heathen conception of virtue, whatever consideration is due to the praise of men."

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Philippians 4:8 Whatever is true, worthy of reverence, honorable and seemly, just, pure, lovely and lovable, kind and winsome and gracious, virtue and excellence, worthy of praise

Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things [are] honest, whatsoever things [are] just, whatsoever things [are] pure, whatsoever things [are] lovely, whatsoever things [are] of good report; if [there be] any virtue, and if [there be] any praise, think on these things.

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I wonder if I could just publish a Mind-Map

What could I include in each chapter to make this book really awesome?

What is the point in writing this book what is the purpose?

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http://www.blueletterbible.org/study/tsk/tsk.cfm?b=Phl&c=4&v=8&t=KJV

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Just like Bible Promise Books, they just have Scripture, I can just get like 20 Scriptures on Each Subject here, and get the Definition and the Quotes as well as Action Steps and Exercises, So Hearing the Word, and Doing the Word those will be the two sections, and then a personal discourse at the end of each chapter perhaps a story

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God wants me to do this and Kyle thought it wa s a good idea, they were impressed that I did it, and even Stephen liked it, and these BibklePromise Books are easy to make and publish and I can just jump on that and this is effective, people will ike it and its awesome a word study on the P48 how amazing and useful is that to just meditate on

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http://www.blueletterbible.org/Bible.cfm?b=Phl&c=4&v=8&t=NASB#conc/8

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