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Relationship With Jesus
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Section 1

Bibliography & Notes - 1-93

Bibliography & Notes 94-189

  1. Davidson, Benjamin. The Analytical Hebrew and Chaldee Lexicon. Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1850.

  2. Mouton, Harold K. The Analytical Greek Lexicon Revised. Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1978.

  3. Wigram. The New Englishman’s Hebrew Concordance. Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers; 1984 by Jay P. Green, Sr.

  4. Wigram. The New Englishman’s Greek Concordance and Lexicon. Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers; 1982 by Jay P. Green, Sr.

  5. Young, Robert. Young's Analytical Concordance to the Bible. Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1970.

  6. Brenton, Sir Lancelot C.L. The Septuagint With Apocrypha: Greek and English. Peabody: Hendrickson Publishers, 1851.

  7. Stein Jess. The Random House College Dictionary. New York: Random House, Inc.; 1975.

  8. Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia : with Westminster Hebrew Morphology.—German Bible Society : Morphology published by Westminster Seminary, Glenside, PA., c1925, morphology c1991.

  9. The Apocrypha: King James Version.—Electronic Edition.—Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems, Inc., 1995.

  10. The Holy Bible : King James Version.—Electronic edition of the 1769 edition of the 1611 Authorized Version.—Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems, Inc., 1995.

  11. The Greek New Testament / Edited by Kurt al.—Third edition (Corrected)—Federal Republic of Germany: United Bible Societies, 1983.

  12. The New American Standard Bible.—La Habra, CA: The Lockman Foundation, 1986.

  13. The Holy Bible : New International Version / International Bible Societies.—Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1984.

  14. The Revised Standard Version / Division of Christian Education of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the United States of America.—Electronic edition.—Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems, Inc., 1971.

  15. Septuaginta : With morphology / edidit Alfred Rahlfs; Morphology by The Center for Computer Analysis of Texts, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.—Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft Stuttgart, 1979.

  16. Augustine of Hippo. The confessions of Saint Augustine / by Augustine of Hippo; Translated by Edward B. Pusey.—Electronic edition.—Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems, 1996.

  17. Achtemeier, Paul J. Harper’s Bible dictionary / general editor, Paul J. Achtemeier; associate editors, Roger S. Boraas ... et al. with the Society of Biblical Literature.—1st ed.—San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1985.

  18. Douglas, J.D. New Bible Dictionary / J.D. Douglas, organizing editor.—Second edition.—Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, 1982.

  19. Swanson, James. New Nave’s / by James Swanson.—Revised and expanded; electronic edition.—Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems, 1994.

  20. Torrey, R.A. The New Topical Textbook : A scriptural text book for the use of ministers, teachers, and all Christian workers / R.A. Torrey.—New Revised and enlarged.—New York: Fleming H. Revell Co., 1897.

  21. The Bible knowledge commentary : an exposition of the scriptures / by Dallas Seminary faculty ; editors, John F. Walvoord, Roy B. Zuck.—Wheaton, IL: Victor Books, c1983-1985.

  22. Harper’s Bible commentary / general editor, James L. Mays ; associate editors, Joseph Blenkinsopp ... et al. with the Society of Biblical Literature.—San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1988.

  23. Henry, Matthew. Matthew Henry’s commentary : on the whole Bible / Matthew Henry.—Complete and unabridged in one volume.—Peabody, MA: Hendrickson Publishers, 1991.

  24. Comfort, Philip W. The complete guide to Bible versions / by Philip W. Comfort.—Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers, 1991.

  25. Theological dictionary of the New Testament / edited by Gerhard Kittle and Gerhard Friedrich; translated by Geoffrey W. Bromiley; abridged in one volume by Geoffrey W Bromiley.—Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans, 1985.

  26. Vine, W. E., 1873-1949. Vine’s Expository dictionary of Old and New Testament words:: W.E. Vine; Old Testament edited by F.F Bruce.—Old Tappan, N.J.: F. H. Revell Co., 1981.

  27. Enhanced Strong’s Lexicon. Copyright 1995 Logos Research Systems, Inc.

  28. Arndt, William, 1880-1957. A Greek-english Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature : a translation and adaption of the fourth revised and augmented edition of Walter Bauer’s Griechisch-deutsches Worterbuch zu den Schrift en des Neuen Testaments und der ubrigen urchristlichen Literatur / by William F. Arndt and F. Wilbur Gingrich.—2nd ed., rev. and augmented.—Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1979.

  29. A lexicon: Abridged from Liddell and Scott’s Greek-English lexicon.—Oxford : Oxford University Press.

  30. Greek-English lexicon of the New Testament : based on semantic domains / Johannes P. Louw and Eugene A. Nida, editors ; Rondal B. Smith, part-time editor; Karen A. Munson, associate editor.—2nd edition.—New York: United Bible societies, 1989.

  31. Pierce, Larry. Tense Voice Mood.—Ontario: Woodside Bible Fellowship.

  32. The New Bible Dictionary. Edited by J.D. Douglas. Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1962.

  33. Gower, Ralph. The New Manners and Customs of Bible Times. Chicago: Moody Bible Institute, 1987.

  34. McDowell, Josh. Evidence That Demands a Verdict. Vol 1. San Bernardino: Heres Life Pub., 1979.

  35. McDowell, Josh. Evidence That Demands A Verdict, Vol. 2. San Bernardino: Here’s Life Publishers, 1981.

  36. Goodell, Charles L. Pastoral and Personal Evangelism. New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1907.

  37. Schaeffer, Francis A. 2 Contents, 2 Realities. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 1974.

  38. Sisemore, John T. The Ministry of Visitation. Springfield: Gospel, 1954.

  39. 2 Timothy 3:16-17, 2 Peter 2:21.

  40. Kruse, Dale P. Evangelism: The Time is Now!. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 1999 by Dale P. Kruse. (Textbook)

  41. Kruse, Dale P. Relationship with Jesus the Key to Effective Ministry. Tulsa: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 1999 by Dale P. Kruse. (Textbook)

  42. Hart, Robert L. "Designing a Year-Round Strategy of Lay Evangelism," United Evangelical Action 33. Spring 1974

  43. Kennedy, James D. Evangelism Explosion. Wheaton: Tyndale, 1983.

  44. maqhteuvw 1) to be a disciple, follow as a disciple, Matthew 27:57. 2) to make a disciple, to train in discipleship, Matthew 28:19. 3) passive: to be trained, disciplined, instructed, Matthew 13:52. Verb: 1 person singular, 3100; from maqhthv" disciple, 3101. 2/257, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  45. ajpologiva apologetic, verbal defense; a reasoned statement or argument. Noun: feminine singular, 627; the same as ajpologevomai, 626. 2/45, 5/42, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  46. See Catalog.

  47. Kruse, Dale P. What Is Eternal Life. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 1999 by Dale P. Kruse.

  48. zwhv 1) spiritual life of deliverance from spiritual death, qavnato", 2288, the penalty of sin, John 6:51. Noun: feminine singular nominative, 2222; from zavw to live, breathe, be among the living, 2198. 2/181, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  49. ejnerghv" energetically affective. adjective: masculine singular nominative, 1756. (ejn in & e[rgon deed, work, action. 1722, 2041). Heb 4:12. 2/139, 4/291, 5/766/2, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD/1756, 1722, 2041.

  50. dii>knevomai to penetrate, pierce, go through. deponent Verb: nominative present active masculine singular. (diav through & iJka[nov" befitting; sufficient, enough. 2/200; 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD/1223, 2425). 2/101, 5/752/6, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD/1338.

  51. ejnquvmhsi" conscious reasoning, deliberation, the act of thought, cogitation, reflection. Noun: Femine singular nominative; from ejnqu'meomai, 1760. 2/140, 5/981/19, 26/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  52. e[nnoia purpose, intention. Noun: femine singular, 1771; from ejn in, with, by, 1722, & noevw to perceive, observe, to mark attentively, from nou'" mind, intellect, 3563. 2/141, 180; 5/518/3; 28/CD; 31/CD; 37/CD.

  53. qeovpneusto" God-breathed, inspired by God. predicate adjective. (qeov" God & pnevw breathe, wind, spirit. 2/193, 331). 2 Tim 3:16. 2/193, 4/403, 5/517.

  54. jIhsou', ['Wvwhoy Jesus meaning: Yahweh is Savior, Jesus is Yahweh our Savior. (Hebrew term ['Wvwhoy a compound word: h['Wvy, [v'y: meaning: salvation & h/;hy] God's name He gave to Moses: Yahweh meaning I Am that I Am. 1/300, 358; 171-172). The name of the Son of God. Matt 1:21. 2/200.

  55. Bright, Bill. How You Can Be Sure You are a Christian. Orlando: NewLife Publications, 1995.

  56. Bright, Bill. How You Can Be A Fruitful Witness. Orlando: NewLife Publications, 1995.

  57. Kruse, Dale P.What the Bible Teaches about God, Man & The Universe. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2000 by Dale P. Kruse.

  58. Kruse, Dale P. The Bible: God’s Word Absolutely. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2000 by Dale P. Kruse.

  59. Kruse, Dale P. The Literal Historical Reliability of Genesis. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2000 by Dale P. Kruse.

  60. Kruse, Dale P. What Is Truth. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 2000 by Dale P. Kruse.

  61. Kruse, Dale P. Heaven & Hell An Absolute Reality. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 1999 by Dale P. Kruse.

  62. In my book Understanding Your Salvation In Jesus I explain Biblically and theologically why this is true.

  63. laeWnM;[i, lae WnM;[i Immanuel meaning God with us, a prophetic title of the Messiah, Isaiah 7:14, 8:8. Personal name applied to Jesus Christ at his birth because He was God in the flesh: Matthew 1:21-23, 6005; from WnM;[i With-us, 5973a, & lae El, God, 410, short for !yhiloa> Elohim, 430. 1/605, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  64. kardiognwvsth" heart-knower, knower of the heart. Noun: masculine singular nominative, 2589; from kardiva heart, 2588, & ginwvskw to know, 1097. Acts 15:8. 2/213, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  65. Kruse, Dale P. The Value of Using What Is Eternal Life? in Evangelism. Tulsa, OK: Layman Evangelism Ministry Book Series, © 1999 by Dale P. Kruse.

  66. For further insight on this subject, read the chapter in this book titled, How To Be An Effective Witness On The Job.

  67. Aland, Krurt. The Greek New Testament: eds. Matthew Black, Carlo M. Martini, Bruce M. Metzger, and Allen Wikgren; 3d. rev. ed. West Germany: United Bible Society, 1975.

  68. See 1 Samuel Chapter 8.

  69. rx,yE 1) to form, frame, imagination, mind. 2) conception, thought, purpose, intent. noun: masculine singular, 3336; from rx'y:, 3335. Gen 6:5, Isaiah 26:3. 1/339, 5/367/2, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  70. !d;a; Adam meaning: from the ground; man, human being. Created B.C. 4004. Name of the first man created by God, 120. Gen 1:26. !d'a; to be red, ruddy. 1/7, 5/13; 27/CD.

  71. hm;v;nÒ breath, spirit. noun fem. sing. of mv'n: to breath, pant, 5395. Gen 2:7. 1/567, 566; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  72. !yYIj' lives. noun masc. pl. Gen 2:7. yy'j; to live, life. 1/256, 27/CD/2416c.

  73. hY:j' life, living creature. fem. sing of masc. Gen 2:7. yj', yy'j; to live. life. 1/256, 27/CD/2416b.

  74. vp,n< soul, soul-life, self-consciousness. Noun: feminine singular. Gen 2:7. vp'n: to respire, take breath or be refreshed by a current of air. 1/558, 5/917/2, 27/CD/5315, 5314.

  75. hm;v;nÒ breath, spirit. noun fem. sing. of mv'n: to breath, pant, 5395. Gen 2:7. 1/567, 566; 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD.

  76. pneu'ma 1) spirit, spiritual being such as the Holy Spirit or man’s spirit capable of knowing, desiring, deciding and acting. 2) wind, breath of nostrils or mouth. 3) a spirit as in angel or demons who can possess a human being. 4) The spiritual nature of Jesus which is higher than the highest angels and equal to God, the divine nature of Christ. 5) God’s Spirit, for God is spirit, John 4:23-24. 6) The Holy Spirit, the third Person of the Trinity. Noun: neuter singular nominative, 4151; from pnevw to breathe, to blow, 4154. 1 Thess 5:23. 2/331, 5/923/5, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  77. yuchv Soul , Hebrew vp,n<, the heart, mind and emotions of man. Man’s Soul is the means by which he has self-consciousness, relationship with self. Second, it is the medium between the spirit and the body. Third, it is what man becomes and manifests through his physical body in personality, vocation, and lifestyle as a result of, one, heart response to what he has learned through his mind body, conscience, and emotions; two, through what he has received from God through his spirit; and three, as a result of those abilities and talents God has chosen to give him individually. Man’s Mind an organ of the soul, is his computer by which he stores information gained through his five senses--the body, spirit, soul, conscience, heart, and emotions. Man’s Heart , kardiva — 2588, the essence of his soul, is the part of man which decides how he will respond to what he has learned through his spirit, soul and body; through his mind; through gifts and manifestations of the Holy Spirit; through the promptings of his conscience; and through his emotions. It is the volitional part of man. That which animates the body in both men and animals. Noun: feminine, 5590; from yuvcw, 5594. 2/443, 5/918/4, 28/CD, 31/CD, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  78. rc;B; 1) flesh. 2) rc;B;AlK; all flesh meaning all physically living creatures of both man and animal. 3) flesh of blood relations, Gen 2:23. 4) flesh, meaning in bondage to the bodly appetites and desires, Gen 6:3. 5) flesh, meaning depending on the strength of men rather than God, Jer 17:5. 6) body of both man and animals. Man’s Body is the means by which he has world-consciousness and is the means by which he relates to and communicates with the physical world through his five senses. Noun: masculine singular, 1320; from rc'B; to anounce, declare, 1319. 1/123, 31/CD, 37/CD, 42/CD, 52/138.

  79. sw'ma 1) a living or dead physical body of both man and animals. 2) the bodies of planets and stars, heavenly bodies. 3) body of men; spiritual body, 1 Cor 15; soulish body, 1 Cor 15; mystically the body of Christ, Eph 5. 4) Of the body that casts a shadw, in contract to the skiva the thing itself, the reality, Col 2:17. Noun: neuter singular nominative, 4983; from swvzw to save, 4982. 1 Thess 5:23. 2/395, 5/102/15, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  80. Penn-Lewis. Soul & Spirit. Fort Washington: Christian Literature Crusade, 1992.

  81. bivo", ou, oJ 1) Biological-physical-life. 2) the means of sustaining biological-physical life. 3) the present state of existence, thus also livelihood, possessions, sustenance, maintenance, substance, goods. Noun: masculine singular nominative, 979. 2/70, 4/122, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  82. John 14:6, 6:27

  83. Wnmel]x' our image, likeness, 1st per. pl., Gen 1:26, !l,x,, !l'x;. 167/645.

  84. WnteWmd]Ki to be like, similar, literally: according to our likeness, 1st per. pl., Gen 1:26, hm;D], hm;D;. 1/371, 152.

  85. rk;z: male, Gen 1:27, rk'z:. 1/238.

  86. hb;qen] female, Gen 1:27, bq'n: to bore, bore through, pierce. 1/560.

  87. Nee, Watchman. The Latent Power of the Soul. New York: Christian Fellowship Publishers, Inc., 1972.

  88. pneumatikov" that which pertains to the spirit; motivated and controlled through the spirit. Adjective: masculine singular nominative, 4152; pneu'ma, 4151. 1 Cor 15:44. 2/331, 5/688/5, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  89. yucikov" pertaining to the soul; motivated and controlled through the soul. Adjective: masculine singular nominative, no degree or a positive degree, 5591; from yuchv, 5590. 1 Cor 2:14. 2/443, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  90. sarkikov" of the flesh, pertaining to the body, under the control of the flesh, motivated and controlled through the appetites and desires of the flesh. Adjective, 4559; from savrx, 4561. 2/363-364, 5/357/1, 28/CD, 31/CD, 37/CD.

  91. hw:hoyÒ Yehovah, German pronunciation Jehovah. This is the proper eternal forever name of the one and only true God given to Moses by God on Mt. Siani, Exodus 3:14, meaning I Am that I Am, the existing One, 3068; from hy:h; to be, exist, 1961. God says of this name of His in Exodus 3:15 "This is My name forever, and this is My memorial-name to all generations." In early Jewish history, Jewish Myth decided saying God’s name was too sacred, Titus 1:13-14. Therefore when reading the Hebrew text they would substitute hw:hoyÒ Yehovah with yn:doa} Adonai meaning my-Lord, 136. As a result, later when Masoretic scholars began to supply vowel points to the consonantal text of Biblical books, they applied the vowels of yn:doa} Adonai to the consonants of hw:hoyÒ resulting in the pronunciation of Yehovah, thus why this translator chooses to translate it Yehovah based on the Masoretic text so as not to lose the meaning of the text to the English reader, and to distinguish it from Adonai meaning Lord and Elohim meaning God. The Hebrew grammarian Page H. Kelley explains regarding this "If there had been no need to avoid pronouncing hwhy, it would most likely have been pointed hw<h]y" and thus read as Yăhvěh. The curious attempt to transliterate the hybrid form hw:hoyÒ as ‘Yehovah’ (or "Jehovah," since "y" was missing in the German language) was not made until the time of the Protestant Reformation." Many times in the Hebrew text the divine names hwIhyÒ yn:doa} appear together meaning Adonai-Yehovah, 136a, Gen 15:2. Since in the Masoretic text it would be awkward to pronounce them together as Adonai-Adonai, Masoretic scholars chose to point hwhy Yehovah with the vowels of !yhiloa> Elohim, 430. This results in the form hwIhoy> Yehovah, later simplified to hw:hyÒ meant to be pronounced as Elohim. This is why translators in the modern english versions translate, incorrectly and thus lose the meaning of the text, Yehovah as LORD when in the Adonai form and as GOD when in the Elohim form, and why they translate hwIhyÒ yn:doa} Adonai Yehovah as Lord GOD. In the Greek Septuagint and in the N.T. Yehovah is expressed: Ejgwv Eijmi Ego Eimee meaning I Am, 1473a, to signify God’s name Yehovah since egwv by itself means I-am. Jesus often used this expression referring to Himself as Yehovah: John 8:24, 8:58, 13:19. From Ejgwv I, 1473, & Eijmiv to be, to exist, 1510. 1/171, 2/114, 118; 42/CD; 26/CD; 28/CD; 31/CD; 37/CD; 67/32.

  92. !yhila> Elohim, meaning: He who is to be worshipped and adored. Hl'a;. 1/28, 26. This is the universal name for God found in other ancient cultures whenever talking about God in a universal sense. Yahweh is the personal name of the Hebrew God describing his person and character. It is a form of the Hebrew verb to be and means I Am that I Am and describes his eternal self sustaining existence. While man previously knew God by Yahweh, God tells Moses in Exodus 6:3 that He had not revealed Himself to man by this name until He delivered the Israelites out of the bondage of Egypt. God did not mean here that He had not made His name, Yahweh, known before, but that he had not made known his character and power by that name manifested through His deliverance of the Israelites out of bondage to Egypt. Before they knew God by the name Yahweh. Now they know the God behind the name Yahweh.

  93. @d,[e delight, pleasure, Gen 2:15, @d'[;. to be soft, loax, pliant. Hithp. to live luxuriously, Neh 9:25, 1/588.

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