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Greek New Testament Concordance —The noun πεποιθησις

Greek New Testament concordance of the noun πεποιθησις [Str-4006], which occurs 6 times in the New Testament

This word does not inflect and thus stays the same in all contexts.

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And in this confidence I was minded to come unto you before, that ye might have a second benefit;
και
and
conjunction
ταυτη
to this
dem pron
dat-si-fem
τη
to the
def art
dat-si-fem
πεποιθησει
to confidence
noun
dat-si-fem
εβουλομην
[see note]
ελθειν
to come
verb
2aor-act-inf
προς
toward
preposition
υμας
you
2nd pers pron
acc-pl
το
the
def art
acc-si-neu
προτερον
[see note]
ινα
that
conjunction
δευτεραν
second
adjective
acc-si-fem
χαριν
joy
noun
acc-si-fem
εχητε
you may have
verb
pres-act-sub
2nd-p pl
And such trust have we through Christ to Godward:
πεποιθησιν
confidence
noun
acc-si-fem
δε
-
conjunction
τοιαυτην
such
dem pron
acc-si-fem
εχομεν
we have
verb
pres-act-ind
1st-p pl
δια
through
preposition
του
of the
def art
gen-si-mas
χριστου
of Christ
noun (name)
gen-si-mas
προς
toward
preposition
τον
the
def art
acc-si-mas
θεον
God
noun
acc-si-mas
And we have sent with them our brother, whom we have oftentimes proved diligent in many things, but now much more diligent, upon the great confidence which [I have] in you.
συνεπεμψαμεν
we sent with
verb
aor-act-ind
1st-p pl
δε
-
conjunction
αυτοις
to them
3rd-p pers pron
dat-pl-mas
τον
the
def art
acc-si-mas
αδελφον
brother
noun
acc-si-mas
ημων
of us
1st pers pron
gen-pl
ον
which
rel pron
acc-si-mas
εδοκιμασαμεν
we evaluated
verb
aor-act-ind
1st-p pl
εν
in(to)
preposition
πολλοις
to many
adjective
dat-pl-neu
πολλακις
often
adverb
σπουδαιον
[see note]
οντα
being
participle
pres-act-par
acc-si-mas
νυνι
now
adverb
δε
-
conjunction
πολυ
much
adjective
acc-si-neu
σπουδαιοτερον
[see note]
πεποιθησει
to confidence
noun
dat-si-fem
πολλη
to much
adjective
dat-si-fem
τη
to the
def art
dat-si-fem
εις
in(to)/un(to)
preposition
υμας
you
2nd pers pron
acc-pl
But I beseech [you,] that I may not be bold when I am present with that confidence, wherewith I think to be bold against some, which think of us as if we walked according to the flesh.
δεομαι
[see note]
δε
-
conjunction
το
the
def art
acc-si-neu
μη
not
conjunction
παρων
being close
participle
pres-act-par
nom-si-mas
θαρρησαι
[see note]
τη
to the
def art
dat-si-fem
πεποιθησει
to confidence
noun
dat-si-fem
η
to which
rel pron
dat-si-fem
λογιζομαι
I consider
verb
pres-mi/pDe-ind
1st-p si
τολμησαι
[see note]
επι
upon
preposition
τινας
some
indef pron
acc-pl-mas
τους
the
def art
acc-pl-mas
λογιζομενους
considering
participle
pres-mi/pDe-par
acc-pl-mas
ημας
us
1st pers pron
acc-pl
ως
as
adverb
κατα
down (to/on)
preposition
σαρκα
flesh
noun
acc-si-fem
περιπατουντας
walking around
participle
pres-act-par
acc-pl-mas
In whom we have boldness and access with confidence by the faith of him.
εν
in(to)
preposition
ω
to which
rel pron
dat-si-mas
εχομεν
we have
verb
pres-act-ind
1st-p pl
την
the
def art
acc-si-fem
παρρησιαν
[see note]
και
and
conjunction
την
the
def art
acc-si-fem
προσαγωγην
approach
noun
acc-si-fem
εν
in(to)
preposition
πεποιθησει
to confidence
noun
dat-si-fem
δια
through
preposition
της
of the
def art
gen-si-fem
πιστεως
of sureness
noun
gen-si-fem
αυτου
of him
3rd-p pers pron
gen-si-mas
Though I might also have confidence in the flesh. If any other man thinketh that he hath whereof he might trust in the flesh, I more:
καιπερ
though indeed
conjunction
εγω
I
1st pers pron
nom-si
εχων
having
participle
pres-act-par
nom-si-mas
πεποιθησιν
confidence
noun
acc-si-fem
και
and
conjunction
εν
in(to)
preposition
σαρκι
to flesh
noun
dat-si-fem
ει
if
conditional
τις
some
indef pron
nom-si-mas
δοκει
he figures
verb
pres-act-ind
3rd-p si
αλλος
other
adjective
nom-si-mas
πεποιθεναι
to have trusted
verb
2perf-act-inf
εν
in(to)
preposition
σαρκι
to flesh
noun
dat-si-fem
εγω
I
1st pers pron
nom-si
μαλλον
more
adverb
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