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(0.43) (Pro 1:12)

tn Heb “life.” The noun חַיִּים (khayyim, “life”) functions as an adverbial accusative of manner: “alive.” The noun is a plural of state, where the plural morpheme is used for the abstract concept (“life” not “lives”).

(0.43) (Gen 9:4)

tn Heb “its life, its blood.” The second word is in apposition to the first, explaining what is meant by “its life.” Since the blood is equated with life, meat that had the blood in it was not to be eaten.

(0.42) (Mat 19:29)

sn Jesus reassures his disciples with a promise that (1) much benefit in this life (a hundred times as much) and (2) eternal life will be given.

(0.42) (Jer 11:21)

tc The MT reads the second person masculine singular suffix “your life,” but LXX reflects an alternative reading of the first person common singular suffix “my life.”

(0.42) (Isa 53:12)

tn Heb “because he laid bare his life”; traditionally, ASV “because he (+ hath KJV) poured out his soul (life NIV) unto death.”

(0.42) (Pro 30:8)

sn Agur requested an honest life (not deceitful) and a balanced life (not self-sufficient). The second request about his provision is clarified in v. 9.

(0.42) (Pro 19:23)

tn Here “life” is probably a metonymy of subject for “blessings and prosperity in life.” The plural form often covers a person’s “lifetime.”

(0.42) (Pro 19:6)

sn The proverb acknowledges the fact of life, but it also reminds people of the value of gifts in life, especially in business or in politics.

(0.42) (Pro 11:19)

sn “Life” and “death” describe the vicissitudes of this life but can also refer to the situation beyond the grave. The two paths head in opposite directions.

(0.42) (Pro 5:5)

sn The terms death and grave could be hyperbolic of a ruined life, but probably refer primarily to the mortal consequences of a life of debauchery.

(0.42) (Psa 70:2)

tn Heb “may they be embarrassed and ashamed, the ones seeking my life.” Ps 40:14 has “together” after “ashamed,” and “to snatch it away” after “my life.”

(0.42) (Job 14:16)

sn The hope for life after death is supported now by a description of the severity with which God deals with people in this life.

(0.42) (2Ki 10:24)

tn Heb “The man who escapes from the men whom I am bringing into your hands, [it will be] his life in place of his life.”

(0.42) (Num 16:38)

tn The expression is “in/by/against their life.” That they sinned against their life means that they brought ruin to themselves.

(0.42) (Gen 23:1)

tn Heb “And the life of Sarah was one hundred years and twenty years and seven years, the years of the life of Sarah.”

(0.40) (Rev 22:14)

tn Grk “so that there will be to them authority over the tree of life.”

(0.40) (Jam 4:14)

tn Or “you do not know what your life will be like tomorrow.”

(0.40) (Eph 5:8)

tn Grk “Walk,” a common biblical idiom for one’s conduct of life.

(0.40) (Act 17:25)

tn Grk “he himself gives to all [people] life and breath and all things.”

(0.40) (Act 13:48)

sn Note the contrast to v. 46 in regard to eternal life.



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