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(1.00) (Gal 6:4)

tn Or “determine the genuineness of.”

(0.57) (2Sa 14:2)

tn The Hebrew Hitpael verbal form here indicates pretended rather than genuine action.

(0.57) (Gen 10:28)

sn The name Abimael is a genuine Sabean form which means “my father, truly, he is God.”

(0.50) (Phi 2:20)

tn Grk “For I have no one who is like-minded who will genuinely be concerned for your welfare.”

(0.50) (Joe 2:13)

sn The figurative language calls for genuine repentance and not merely external ritual that goes through the motions.

(0.50) (Psa 50:23)

sn The reference to a thank-offering recalls the earlier statement made in v. 14. Gratitude characterizes genuine worship.

(0.43) (1Jo 4:1)

tn According to BDAG 255 s.v. δοκιμάζω 1 the verb means “to make a critical examination of someth. to determine genuineness, put to the test, examine.”

(0.43) (1Jo 1:3)

tn Or “communion”; or “association” (a reality shared in common, so in this case, “genuine association”). This term also occurs in vv. 6, 7.

(0.43) (1Pe 1:7)

tn Or “genuineness,” the result of testing. On the other hand it may denote the process of testing: “that the proving of your faith…may bring praise.”

(0.43) (2Co 2:9)

tn Grk “to know the proof of you,” that is, to know if the Corinthians’ obedience to Paul as an apostle was genuine (L&N 72.7).

(0.43) (Jer 31:16)

tn Heb “your work.” Contextually her “work” refers to her weeping and refusing to be comforted, that is, signs of genuine repentance (v. 15).

(0.43) (Isa 29:13)

tn Heb “but their heart is far from me.” The heart is viewed here as the seat of the will, from which genuine loyalty derives.

(0.43) (Psa 128:1)

sn Psalm 128. The psalmist observes that the godly individual has genuine happiness because the Lord rewards such a person with prosperity and numerous children.

(0.36) (2Jo 1:9)

sn The idiom translated have God means to have a relationship to God as a genuine believer. The phrase has both the Father and the Son later in this verse should be understood the same way.

(0.36) (Mat 24:13)

sn But the person who endures to the end will be saved. Jesus was not claiming here that salvation is by works. He was simply arguing that genuine faith evidences itself in persistence through even the worst of trials.

(0.36) (Mal 2:13)

sn You cover the altar of the Lord with tears. These tears are the false tears of hypocrisy, not genuine tears of repentance. The people weep because the Lord will not hear them, not because of their sin.

(0.36) (Zep 3:9)

sn I will then enable the nations to give me acceptable praise. This apparently refers to a time when the nations will reject their false idol-gods and offer genuine praise to the one true God.

(0.36) (Zep 3:4)

sn Applied to prophets, the word פֹּחֲזִים (pokhazim, “proud”) probably refers to their audacity in passing off their own words as genuine prophecies from the Lord (see Jer 23:32).

(0.36) (Deu 18:21)

tn Heb “know the word which the Lord has not spoken.” The issue here is not understanding the meaning of the message, but distinguishing a genuine prophetic word from a false one.

(0.36) (Num 30:4)

tn The verb קוּם (qum) is best translated “stand” here, but the idea with it is that what she vows is established as a genuine oath with the father’s approval (or acquiescence).

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