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AT-John, xviii. 39. Ye have a custom, that I should release unto you one En, at the Passover.
6 BY-Mat. xii. 27. If I En, by Beelzebub cast out Devils, En, by whom do your children cast them out.
“ WITH_Acts, ii. 29. His fepulchre, is En, with us unto this day.
“ AMONG-Luke, i. 42. Blessed at thou En, among women.
" ON-Luke, x. 31. And passed by En, on the other side.
Apo Examined. “ Apo, is the Greek word, translated out of; in Mat. iii. 16, and Mark, i. 10. Where it says, Jesus went up out of the water. This word - Apo, I have found used 429 times, in those five books I have examined. 6, are rendered adverbs, 11, are involved. The rest 406, are rendered in English prepositions, thirteen different ways ; viz. from, of, out of, for, since, off, with, at, away, by, out, ago, upon. It is translated from, 235, all the rest 172; so that from is many more than all the rest. Of 92, out of 42, for 11, since 7.
Examples of Apo translated. “ FROM-Luke, xvi. 18.
Whosoever marrieth her that is put away, Apo, from her husband committeth adultery.
" OF Mat. vii. 15. Beware Apo, of false prophets.
CT OUT OF-Mat. vii. 4. Let me pull out the mote, Apo, out of thine eye.
“FOR-Luke, xix. 3. And lie fought to fee Jesus, who he was, and could not Apo, for the press.
"SINCE-Mat. xxiv. 21. Then shall be great tribulation, such as was not Apo, since the beginning of the world.
Eis Examined. “ Eis, is the Greek word, translated into, Acts, viii. 38, Where it says, they went down both into the water:
“ This word Eis, I find used 955 times, in those five first books of the New Testament. 17, are rendered adverbs. 36 are involved. The rest 902, are rendered in English prepositions, seventeen different ways ; viz. Into, in, unto, to, for, of, by, among, against, at, upon, toward, throughout, on, from, concerning, before. It is rendered into 388, to 188, unto 97, in 86, on 45, for 23, at 18, against 18, the rest are less, as 10, 8, &c.
Examples of Eis translated. “ INTO-John, iii. 24. For John was not yet cast Eis, into prison.
“ TO—John, ii. 2. And both Jesus was called, and his disciples Eis, to the marriage.
“ UNTO—John, vii. 8. Go ye up Eis, unte this feast.
“ IN-Acts, viii. 23. For I perceive that thou art Eis, in the gaul of bitterness.
“ON-Mark, xiv. 6. She hath wrought a good work Eis, on me.
“ FOR_Mat. v. 13. It is thenceforth good Eis, for nothing. “ AT-Luke, iv. 61. But let me first go,
and bid them farewell, which are Eis, at home.
“ AGAINST--John, xii. 7. Eis, again;t the day of my burial hath she done this.
Ek, Examined. “ Ek is the Greek word in Acts, viii. 39, translat- . ed out of. And when they came up Ek, out of the Water.
“ This is found 446 times, in those five first books of the New Testament. 4, are rendered adverbs, 6, are involved. The remainder 435, are rendered in English prepositions, thirteen different ways ; viz. Of, out of, from, among, by, for, on, away, with, off, unto, since, at. It is rendered of
191, from 102, out of 77, on 30, with 17, the rest are less, 6, 4, &c.
Examples of Ek translated. COF-John, i. 13. Which were born not Ex, * of blood, nor Ek, of the will of the flesh, nor Ek, of the will of man : But Ek, of God.
"FROM_John, vi. 66. Ek, from that time, many of his disciples went back.
" OUT OF-Acts, vii. 3. Get thee Ek, out of thy country.
“ ON-Acts, ii. 34. The Lord said unto my Lord, fit thou Ek, on my right hand.
“ WITH-Acts, viii. 37. If thou believest Ek, with all thy heart, thou mayest.”
Now unto him who is able to keep us from fall. ing into errours—to God our Saviour be glory in the churches, world without end,
* This is Ex before a vowel, Ek before a consonant,