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Victor M. Eskew


1.    Respect of persons

A.   Strong (4380):  to favor an individual, that is, show partiality

B.    Thayer:  to have respect of persons, discriminate

C.   Vine:  NA


2.    Commit

A.   Strong (2038):  …to be engaged in or with

B.    Thayer:  to do, work out, exercise, perform, commit

C.   Vine:  to work…This is a stronger expression than poieo, to do, or prasso, to practice.


3.    Sin

A.   Strong (266):  sin

B.    Thayer:  to miss the mark, to err…to miss or wander from the path of righteous-ness and honor…to wander from the law of God, violate God’s law, sin…violation of divine law in thought or in act

C.   Vine:  a missing of the mark…a sinful deed or act of sin


4.    Convinced

A.   Strong (1651):  to confute, admonish

B.    Thayer:  to convict, refute, confute, generally with a suggestion of shame of the person convicted

C.   Vine:  to convict, confute, refute, usually with the suggestion of putting the person to shame


5.    Law

A.   Strong (3551):  generally (regulation), or figuratively (principle)

B.    Thayer:  anything established…a law, a command, a law producing a state approved of God…the Christian religion:  the law demanding faith, the moral instruction given by Christ, especially the precept concerning love

C.   Vine:  the law as decreed by a state and set up as the standard for the administra-tion of justice…”the royal law,” Jms. 2:8, i.e., the law of love…


6.    Transgressors

A.   Strong (3848):  a violator

B.    Thayer:  a transgressor, a lawbreaker

C.   Vine:  …one who oversteps the prescribed limit, a transgressor