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  • MENO* - Part 11 - To remain, to abide, to stay
    In the previous parts of this study, we established the meaning of μὲνω (meno – Strong's #3306- to remain, to abide, to stay) through an examination of its many uses in Scripture. This helped us understand that the word denotes a permanency of something/someone remaining or abiding in something/someone…
    April 20, 2014
  • MENO* - Part 10 - To remain, to abide, to stay
    We are continuing our study of μὲνω (pronounced "meno" – Strong's #3306- to remain, to abide, to stay) as it applies to the concept of love presented in the Apostle John's letters. So far, our study has helped us understand that the word denotes a permanency of something/someone remaining or abiding…
    April 13, 2014
  • MENO* - Part 9 - To remain, to abide, to stay
    This week we continue to examine μὲνω (pronounced "meno" – Strong's #3306- to remain, to abide, to stay) as it applies to the concept of love presented in the Apostle John's letters. So far, our study has helped us understand that the word denotes a permanency of something/someone remaining or abiding…
    April 6, 2014
  • MENO* - Part 8 - To remain, to abide, to stay
    This week we continue to examine the multiple uses in Scripture of the word μὲνω (pronounced meno – Strong's #3306- to remain, to abide, to stay). So far our study has helped us understand that the word denotes a permanency of something/someone remaining or abiding in something/someone else. In looking…
    March 30, 2014
  • MENO* - Part 7 - To remain, to abide, to stay
    This week we are in the seventh part of our study of the word μὲνω (pronounced Meno – Strong's #3306- to remain, to abide, to stay). We are establishing its meaning through an examination of its many uses in Scripture. So far our study has helped us understand that the word denotes a permanency of…
    March 23, 2014
  • MENO* - Part 6 - To remain, to abide, to stay
    We are continuing with the study of the word μὲνω (Meno – Strong's #3306- to remain, to abide, to stay) through an examination of its many uses in Scripture. This has helped us understand that the word denotes a permanency of something/someone remaining or abiding in something/someone else. This…
    March 16, 2014
  • MENO* - Part 5 - To remain, to abide, to stay
    In the previous parts of this study, we established the meaning of μὲνω (meno – Strong's #3306- to remain, to abide, to stay) through an examination of its many uses in Scripture. This helped us understand that the word denotes a permanency of something/someone remaining or abiding in something/someone…
    March 9, 2014
  • MENO* - Part 4 - To remain, to abide, to stay
    Throughout Church history, many false doctrines have circulated through the Body of Christ. These have been based in personal belief, rather than being established fact from the Word of God. An example of one presently being taught states that believers must practice certain mental principles in order to remain…
    March 2, 2014
  • MENO* - Part 3 - To remain, to abide, to stay
    This week we continue our study of the word μὲνω (meno – Strong's #3306), which means to remain, to abide, or to stay. The use of this word in the Greek New Testament is important in describing the relationship between every believer and Christ; in that the permanence of the believer in Christ and…
    February 23, 2014
  • MENO* - Part 2 - To remain, to remain, to abide, to stay
    We are continuing with our study of the word μὲνω (meno – Strong's #3306), which means to remain, to abide, or to stay. The use of this word in the Greek New Testament is important in describing the relationship between the believer and Christ. In our last study, we established its meaning through…
    February 16, 2014
  • MENO* - Part 1 - To remain, to dwell, to abide, to stay
    This week we begin a study of the word μὲνω (meno – Strong's #3306), which means to dwell, to remain, or to abide. The use of this word in the Greek New Testament is important in describing the relationship between the believer and Christ. In this study, we will establish its meaning through an examination…
    February 9, 2014
  • EPOURANIOS* - Part 4 - Heavenly, celestial, the spirit realm
    This week we conclude our study of the adjective ἐπουρὰνιος (epouranios - Strong's #2032), which means the heavenly regions or the spirit realm. ̓Επουρὰνιος is a compound word comprised of the preposition ἐπὶ (Epi - Strong's #1909 meaning upon, on, at) and the noun…
    February 2, 2014
  • EPOURANIOS* - Part 3 - Heavenly, celestial, the spirit realm
    This week we undertake the third part of our study of the adjective ἐπουρὰνιος (epouranios – Strong's #2032), which means the heavenly regions or the spirit realm. ̓Επουρὰνιος is a compound word comprised of the preposition ἐπὶ (Epi – Strong's #1909 meaning upon,…
    January 26, 2014
  • EPOURANIOS* - Part 2 - Heavenly, celestial, the spirit realm
    This week we continue our study of the adjective ἐπουρὰνιος (epouranios – Strong's #2032), which means the heavenly regions or the spirit realm. ̓Επουρὰνιος is a compound word comprised of the preposition ἐπὶ (Epi – Strong's #1909 meaning upon, on, at) and the noun…
    January 19, 2014
  • EPOURANIOS* - Part 1 - Heavenly, celestial, the spirit realm
    This week we begin a four-part series on the adjective ἐπουρὰνιος (epouranios – Strong's #2032), which means "the heavenly regions" or "the spirit realm." ̓Επουρὰνιος is a compound word comprised of the preposition ἐπὶ (Epi – Strong's #1909) meaning "upon, on, at"…
    January 12, 2014

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