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#91 patchworkid


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Posted 14 January 2016 - 02:45 PM



I have been studying the uniqueness of the King James Bible. I have read the New King James bible for about 4-5 years and it did not settle right with me.  It was not like the King James Bible.  The Built in Dictionary of KJB is so awesome.


Yes I am looking forward to my new Study Bible Set.



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Posted 31 March 2021 - 04:19 PM


I just wanted to offer my encouragement to you and your projects.

I only just now 'found' this Bible, and I'm impressed. You have put a lot of work into this.


My favorite part is the understandings behind your cross-references. I am learning, and seeing new things while studying using your study Bible.



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Posted 26 July 2021 - 03:11 PM

Many times you make a reference like, "More in NTW: G6836" or similar. What is the 'NTW'?     


Also, what is 'OTW'?

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Posted 26 July 2021 - 11:51 PM

NTW is an extra dictionary of the NT(New Testament) within the NSBD(T) Lexicon

G6836 is an extra Strong's Number that is only used in this dictionary.


From G5480 to G6836

You can double click on G6836 and click on the NSBD(T) to see it.


Or do a dictionary search with G5480

Or click on the dictionary topics icon that looks as a book to see all the Strong's Numbers (This is not by default because it require much computer memory).


charagma G5480 [mark, stamp]
A. The Greek World.
1. This word denotes an engraved, etched, branded, or inscribed "mark" or "sign." It can be used for an "inscription" or a "stamp," e.g., the imperial stamp on decrees. The impress on coins gives it the more general sense of "money."
2. The word does not occur in the LXX, though we find charasso, "to inscribe," in Sir_50:27.
3. In Rev_13:11 ff. the second beast demands cultic recognition of the image of the first. The mark which is required in vv. 16-17 probably indicates the religious totalitarianism of emperor worship. Marking is common in antiquity (cf. slaves, and the branding of devotees with the marks of deities). The number 666 may well be a cipher for Nero; we thus have a confrontation between the claim of the emperor with his mark and the claim of Christ with his seal (Rev_7:1 ff.). The angel threatens with eschatological judgment all who bear the charagma of the beast (14:9, 11; cf. 16:2; 19:20). Those who do not bear it have the role of eschatological judges (20:4). A different sense is apparent in Act_17:29, where "handiwork" is meant. What we make cannot resemble deity, but we ourselves are God’s offspring and are thus close to him (vv. 27-28).


OTW is the OT(Old Testament) dictionary from the same Lexiconary.

Edited by Katoog, 27 July 2021 - 12:02 AM.

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Posted 27 July 2021 - 12:54 AM

Great, thanks!

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