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    The Greek word “diablepo”
    These studies are scheduled to resume on November 7th. Limited to Mt. 7:5; Mk. 8:25; Lk. 6:42, the Greek verb “diablepo” meant “see clearly, ” “look intently.” People can “see clearly” if they first “take the beam out of their eye” (Mt. 7:5; Lk. 6:...
    The Greek word “diabebaioomai”
    Limited to 1 Tim. 1:7 and Tit. 3:8, the Greek verb “diabebaioomai” meant “affirm, ” “speak confidently, ” “give a firm assurance.” In 1 Tim. 1:7, this word is applied to people who do not know what they are taking about.  In Tit. 3:8 this word is a...
    The Greek word “diaballo”
    Found only in Lk. 16:1, the Greek verb “diaballo” meant “accuse, ” “slander, ” “throw across.” Jesus use this term in His teaching about an unjust steward; charges were “brought against” this steward by his master.