Jan 10, 2021 · (Believer's Bible Commentary) If anyone does not stumble in what he says - More literally this reads "if anyone in a word (logos) does not stumble." Amplified = "if anyone does not offend in speech [never says the wrong things]" Phillips = the man who can claim that he never says the wrong thing."
In the Greek the word for "meek" means "a happy medium between two extremes." Meekness is moderation. A meek person can have anger when others are treated unjustly, but not be angry when he is unjustly treated (Mark 3:1-5; John 2:13-16). Another meaning for "meek" is "to domesticate a wild animal." A God controlled life is meekness.
Sep 22, 2021 · In our church we have an open Torah club bible study with a potluck meal after the main meeting, which often meanders into current events and societal challenges, because of the practicality (and difficulty) of some of the Bible passages, but it allows for a free exchange of ideas.
"Cattle" can only be used in the plural and not in the singular: it is a plurale tantum. Thus one may refer to "three cattle" or "some cattle", but not "one cattle". "One head of cattle" is a valid though periphrastic way to refer to one animal of indeterminate or unknown age and sex; otherwise no universally used single-word singular form of cattle exists in modern English, other than the sex ...
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