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1-- For Learning, Knowing, And Following Jesus Christ

1-- For Learning, Knowing, And Following Jesus Christ

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For Learning, Knowing, and Following Jesus Christ(compiled and grouped by Bill Stevenson)
The first page of Bob Chapman’s recently published book Extreme Lives for Extreme Times had this introductions about “Who is a disciple!"
“It is God’s desire that all believers develop extraordinary, intimate, one-spirit relationships with
Jesus
, especially if they are to become Disciples and fulfill His call on their lives ( !orinthians "#$%& 'his extraordinary one-spirit relationship with
Jesus
, which God desires for all believers, is revealed in the words 
to now
’& 'hese two words are often used  by God’s inspired writers in reference to the on-flesh intimacy of marria)e&
Jesus
 used the term, thou)h, to teach His Disciples that He and they were )oin) to be inseparable and indistin)uishable (*atthew +#-./ Galatians #+%&0
What do you think is most important to
know
 for true
Christ 
ianity
1hilippians #-.“ If there be therefore any consolation in
Christ
, if any comfort of love, if any fellowship of the 2pirit, if any bowels and mercies, fulfill ye my 3oy, that you be
lie!minded
, havin) the same love,  bein) of one accord,
o" one mind
& 4 5et nothin) be done throu)h strife or vain)lory/  but
in lowliness o" mind,
let each esteem other better than themselves& 5oo6 not every man 7or woman8 on his 7or her8 own thin)s,  but every man 7or woman8 also on the thin)s of others& . 5et
this mind
 be in you, which was
also in Christ Jesus
#9phesians #-"“ :nd He 7
Jesus
 
Christ
8 )ave some :postles/ and some, 1rophets/ and some, evan)elists/ and some, pastors and teachers/  for the perfectin) of the saints, for the wor6 of the ministry, for the edifyin) of the body of
Christ
# 4 until we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the
nowledge
 1922
 of
#he Son $" %od
, to a perfect man, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of
Christ
#  that we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine,  by the slei)ht of men, and cunnin) craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive/ . but spea6in) the truth in love, we may )row up into Him in all thin)s, ;ho is 'he Head, even
Christ
# " from ;hom the whole body fitly 3oined to)ether and compacted by that which every 3oint supplies, accordin) to the effectual wor6in) in the measure of every part, ma6es increase of the body to the edifyin) of itself in love&
 
1hilippians 4#$-"“ $ <ut what thin)s were )ain to me, those I counted loss for
Christ
& = >ea doubtless, and I count all thin)s but loss for
the e&cellency o" the
 
nowledge
 1108
 o" Christ
 
Jesus
 my 5ord# for ;hom I have suffered the loss of all thin)s, and do count them but dun) that I may win
Christ
, ? and be found in Him, not havin) mine own ri)hteousness, which is of the 5aw,  but that which is throu)h the faith of
Christ
, the ri)hteousness which is of God by faith# + that I may
now
 1097 
 Him, and the power of His @esurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferin)s,  bein) made conformable to His death#  if by any means I mi)ht attain to the resurrection of the dead&  Aot as thou)h I had already attained, either were already perfect/  but I press on, that I may
apprehend
 that for which also I am
apprehended o" Christ Jesus
& 4 <rethren, I count not myself to have apprehended# but this one thin) I do, for)ettin) those thin)s which are behind, and reachin) forth to those thin)s which are before,  I press toward the mar6 for the priBe of the hi)h callin) of God in
Christ
 
Jesus
& . 5et us therefore, as many as be perfect,
be thus minded'
 and if in any thin) you be otherwise minded, God shall reveal even this to you& " Aevertheless, whereto we have already attained, let us wal6 by the same rule, let us mind the same thin)&
This Bible study is based on the #ord
know
! in the $e# Testament% &ccording to 'trong Concordance( the )reek language has *+ #ords #hich have “
know
! in their definitions% The follo#ing the belo# are most commonly used in the $e# Testament( especially the first t#o% , heard a sermon in #hich the  preacher said that the #ord “
know
! #as used in -. times in the little epistle of * /ohn% -0 of them #ere  from t#o )reek #ords #hich indicate experientially and absolutely
knowing 
% The exception #as from the )reek #ord for intellectually
knowing 
 and the verse in #hich it is in the negative verse of * /ohn -"1% When you get through this study( you should conclude that )od #ants us to experientially and absolutely
know
 spiritual truths( not intellectually as many non2
Christ 
ians including 'atan have% “3eart!
knowledge
 for true 'alvation and personal transformation to
Christ 
2likeness is not 4ust “head!
knowledge
%
 Some of the Greek words that have “know” in their definitions:
%*+
CEF : prolon)ed form of a primary verb/ to “
 
now
0 (absolutely%, in a )reat variety of applications and with many implications (as shown at left, with others not thus clearly expressed%# - allow, be aware (of%, feel, (have%
nown
 (-led)e%, perceive, be resolved, can spea6, be sure, understand&
G1108
 γνωσις
         ͂
From G1097;
knowing
 (the act), that is, (by implication)
knowledge:
 - knowlede, science!
G1110
 γνωστος
́
From G1097; well
known:
 - ac"#aintance, (which may be) known, notable!
 
%-
JKCEF Lrom G4 and G+?$/ to
know
 
thoroughly
, that is,
ascertain
 
exactly"
 - (would% enMuire,
now
 the uttermost&
%.*
NOJ
       ̓
: primary verb/ used only in certain past tenses, the others bein) borrowed from the eMuivalent, G4$++ and G4$+=/ properly to
 see
 (literally or fi)uratively%/ by implication (in the perfect only% to
kno#
# - be aware, behold, P can (Q not tell%, consider, (have% 6nown (-led)e%, loo6 (on%, perceive, see,  be sure, tell, understand, wist, wot& !ompare G4$++&
%*
επιγινωσκω
́
       ̓
Lrom G?+? and G+?$/ to
know
 
upon
 some mar6, that is,
recognise
/ by implication to
become
 
 fully
 
ac5uainted 
 
#ith
, to
ac
know
ledge"
 - (ac-, have, ta6e%
now
 (-led)e, well%, perceive&
%*/+
επισταμαι
́
       ̓
:pparently a middle voice of G=" (with G4."4 implied%/ to
 put 
 the mind
upon
, that is,
comprehend 
, or
be
 
ac5uainted 
 
#ith"
 -
now
, understand&
%-/++
RKSKTUTVWXLrom G4= and G?+/ to
 follo#
 
near 
, that is, (fi)uratively%
attend 
 (as a result%,
trace
 
out 
,
conform
 to# - attain, follow, fully
now
, have understandin)&
%.0+
RSTCEF Lrom G.4 and G+?$/ to
know
 
beforehand 
, that is,
 foresee"
 - fore
now
 (ordain%,
now
 (before%&
 Note:Using a King James Version Bible software e!"e#t for one the above and following in"l$de verses fo$nd in the New %estament whi"h have the word “know” in them&
5u6e #4-4“4 :nd, behold, two of them 7
Jesus
’ Disciples8 went that same day to a villa)e called 9mmaus, which was from Yerusalem about threescore furlon)s&  :nd they tal6ed to)ether of all these thin)s which had happened& . :nd it came to pass, that, while they communed to)ether and reasoned,
Jesus
 Himself drew near, and went with them& " <ut their eyes were restrained that they should not
now
 1921
 Him& $ :nd He said to them, ;hat manner of communications are these that you have one to another, as you wal6, and are sadZ’ = :nd the one of them, whose name was !leopas, answerin) said to him, :re you only a stran)er in Yerusalem and have you not
nown
 1097
 the thin)s which have come to pass there in these daysZ’ ? :nd He said to them, ;hat thin)sZ’ :nd they said to Him, !oncernin)
Jesus
 of AaBareth, who was a prophet mi)hty in deed and word before God and all the people# &[&’ . 'hen He said to them, \ fools, and slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spo6en# " \u)ht not
Christ
 to have suffered these thin)s, and to enter into His )loryZ’ $ :nd be)innin) at *oses and all the 1rophets, He expounded to them in all the 2criptures the thin)s concernin) Himself& = :nd they drew near to the villa)e, where they were )oin)/ and He made as thou)h He would have )one further&
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