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Yehôshûa‛ Yehôshûa‛ said that he was The Messiah. John 4:25,26

Yehôshûa‛ Yehôshûa‛ [G5547 anointed, that’s, the Messiah,] The Messiah

[YEHôSHûA‛ YEHôSHûA‛ anointed, the Messiah] [G2424 H3091]

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180. How did The Messiah say the Gentiles (Romans) were going to treat him? [Part 7 in a few pages. Page 3.]
Copyright (C) by Noelene Rout 8th November 2004 All Rights Reserved.

This book is being amended by Noelene Joy Rout 2015

The scripture.
34 And they shall mock him, and shall scourge him, and spitefully entreated, and shall spit upon him, and shall kill him: and the third day he shall rise again. Mk 10:34..Matt 20:19..Lke 18:32,33

The scripture with bracketed numbers for following Greek words and Greek word meanings!
34 And they shall [G1702 ἐμπαίζω empaizō emp-aheed’-zo From G1722 and G3815; to jeer at, deride: – mock. G1722 ἐν en en A chief preposition signifying (fixed) position (in place, state or time), and (implying) instrumentality (constructively or medially), a relation of rest (intermediate amidst G1519 and G1537; “in”, at, by, (up-) on, etc.: – about, among, between, altogether, with (-in), (here-) in (-to, -wardly), there (-in, -on), (up-) on, through (-out), (un-) to (-ward), after, against, almost, [open-] ly, outwardly, under, give self wholly to, by (all means), mightily, (here-) by, as, at, before, one, quickly, [speedi-] ly, shortly, that, when, where (-with), while. Often used in compounds, with substantially similar import; infrequently with verbs of movement, and then not indicating direction, except (elliptically). G3815 παίζω paizō paheed’-zo From G3816; to sport (as a boy): – (to) play, behave as a boy. G3816 παῖς pais paheece possibly from G3817; a boy (as often beaten with impunity), or (by similarity) a girl, and (usually) a child; particularly a slave or a servant (especially a minister to a king; and by eminence to God): – child, (-ren Matthew 2:16), a lad, boy, son, maid (-en), young man, (man) servant. G3817 παίω paiō pah’-yo A chief verb; to hit (as if by single blow and not as violently as G5180); particularly to sting (as a scorpion): – (to) strike, smite, beat, sting. G5180 τύπτω tuptō toop’-to A chief verb (in a stronger form); to “thump,” cudgel or pummel (correctly with a stick or a bastinado), by repeated blows; therefore different from G3817 and G3960, which usually signify a [single] blow with a hand or any instrument, or G4141 with the fist [or a hammer], or G4474 with the palm; also from G5177, colliding accidently); implying to punish; abstractly to offend (the conscience): – smite, strike, beat, wound. G5177 τυγχάνω tugchanō toong-khan’-o Possibly for an outdated τύχω tuchō (for which the voice in the middle of another occur by turns τεύχω teuchō [to make ready or bring to pass] is used in particular tenses; related to the base of G5088 through the concept of effecting; correctly to affect; or (particularly) to hit or light on (as a mark to be reached), (transitively) to gain or secure an object or end, or (intransitively) to happen (as if meeting with); applied later as impersonally (with G1487), by chance; or (present participle) as adjective usual (as if commonly met with, with G3756, extraordinary), neuter (as adverb) perhaps; or (with another verb) as adverb by accident (as it were [accidental meeting]): – be, obtain, chance, enjoy, refresh, self, little, special. Compare G5180. G5180 τύπτω tuptō toop’-to A chief verb (in a stronger form); to “thump,” cudgel or pummel (correctly with a stick or a bastinado), by repeated blows; therefore different from G3817 and G3960, which usually signify a [single] blow with a hand or any instrument, or G4141 with the fist [or a hammer], or G4474 with the palm; also from G5177, colliding accidently); implying to punish; abstractly to offend (the conscience): – smite, strike, beat, wound.] mock him, and shall [G3146 μαστιγόω mastigoō mas-tig-o’-o From G3148; to flog (literally or abstractly): – scourge. G3148 μάστιξ mastix mas’-tix Possibly from the base of G3145 (through the concept of contact); a whip (literally the Roman flagellum for criminals; abstractly a disease): – plague, scourging. G3145 μασσάομαι massaomai mas-sah’-om-ahee From a chief word μάσσω massō (to handle or squeeze); to chew: – gnaw.] scourge him, and [G5195 ὑβρίζω hubrizō hoo-brid’-zo From G5196; to exercise violence, that is, abuse:entreat shamefully (spitefully), act insolently, despitefully used, dishonour, reproach. See also. Youngs Analytical Concordance to the Bible. Entreated. 1 Thessalonians. Luke 20:11 G5196 ὕβρις hubris hoo’-bris [From G5228 ὑπέρ huper hoop-er’ “over” above, superior to, more than, very chiefest, exceeding above, very highly, more (than), ]; insolence (as over bearing), insult, injury:hurt, harm, reproach.] spitefully entreated, and shall [G1716 ἐμπτύω emptuō emp-too’-o From G1722 and G4429; to spit at or on: – to spit in, to spit on, spit (upon). G1722 ἐν en en A chief preposition signifying (fixed) position (in place, state or time), and (implying) instrumentality (constructively or medially), a relation of rest (intermediate amidst G1519 and G1537; “in”, at, by, (up-) on, etc.: – about, among, between, altogether, with (-in), (here-) in (-to, -wardly), there (-in, -on), (up-) on, through (-out), (un-) to (-ward), after, against, almost, [open-] ly, outwardly, under, give self wholly to, by (all means), mightily, (here-) by, as, at, before, one, quickly, [speedi-] ly, shortly, that, when, where (-with), while. Often used in compounds, with substantially similar import; infrequently with verbs of movement, and then not indicating direction, except (elliptically). G4429 πτύω ptuō ptoo’-o A chief verb (compare G4428); to spit:spit. G4428 πτύσσω ptussō ptoos’-so Possibly relates to πετάννυμι petannumi (to spread; obviously allied to G4072 through the concept of expansion, and to G4429 through that of flattening; compare G3961); to fold, that is, furl a scroll: – close. G4072 πέτομαι, πετάομαι, πτάομαι petomai petaomai ptaomai pet’-om-ahee, pet-ah’-om-ahee, ptah’-om-ahee Including the lengthened form (second form) and contraction (third form) of the middle voice of a chief verb; to fly: – fly (-ing). G3961 πατέω pateō pat-eh’-o From a derivative possibly of G3817 (meaning a “path”); to trample (literally or abstractly): – tread (under foot, down,). G3817 παίω paiō pah’-yo A chief verb; to hit (as if by single blow and not as violently as G5180); particularly to sting (as a scorpion): – (to) strike, smite, beat, sting. G5180 τύπτω tuptō toop’-to A chief verb (in a stronger form); to “thump,” cudgel or pummel (correctly with a stick or a bastinado), by repeated blows; therefore different from G3817 an G3960, which usually signify a [single] blow with a hand or any instrument, or G4141 with the fist [or a hammer], or G4474 with the palm; also from G5177, colliding accidently); implying to punish; abstractly to offend (the conscience): – smite, strike, beat, wound.] spit upon him, and shall [kill [G615 ἀποκτείνω apokteinō ap-ok-ti’-no From G575 and κτείνω kteinō (to slay); to kill outright; abstractly to destroy: – put to death, kill, to kill entirely, slay. G575 ἀπό apo apo’ A chief particle; “off”, away (from something near), in diverse senses (of place, time, or relation; literally or abstractly): – because of, for (-th), from, (out) of, off, in, (here-) after, since, ago, by (the space of), at, (up-) on (-ce), with, before, As a prefix in composition it generally signifies separation, cessation, completion, departure, reversal, etc.] [crucify G4717 σταυρόω stauroō stow-ro’-o From G4716; to impale on the cross; abstractly to extinguish (subdue) passion or selfishness: – crucify. G4716 σταυρός stauros stow-ros’ From the base of G2476; stake or post (as set upright), (specifically) a pole or cross (as an instrument of capital punishment); Abstractly exposure to death, self denial; implying the atonement of The Messiah: – cross. G2476 ἵστημι histēmi his’-tay-mee A lengthened form of a chief word στάω staō (of similar meaning, which in certain tenses is used for it); to stand ([in-transitively]), used in diverse applications (literally or abstractly): – abide, appoint, bring, continue, covenant, establish, lay, set (up), hold up, present, stanch, stand (up, forth, still, by,). Compare G5087.] kill him: and the [G5154 τρίτος tritos tree’-tos From G5140; third; neuter (as noun) third part, (as adverb) a (the) third time, thirdly: – third (-ly). G5140 τρεῖς, τρία treis tria trice, tree’-ah A chief (plural) number; “three”: – three.] third day he shall [G450 ἀνίστημι anistēmi an-is’-tay-mee From G303 and G2476; to stand up (literally or abstractly, [(in-(transitively)]: – raise up (again), rise (again), arise, lift up, to set up, stand up (-right). G303 ἀνά ana an-ah’ A Chief preposition and adverb; correctly up; but (extended) is used (distributively) severally, or (locally) at (etc.): – and, each, apiece, every (man), by, in, through. As a prefix in compounds it frequently means (implying) repetition, intensity, reversal, etc. eg: Mk 6.40 G303 By hundreds, a hundred each. G2476 ἵστημι histēmi his’-tay-mee A lengthened form of a chief word στάω staō (of similar meaning, which in certain tenses is used for it); to stand ([in-transitively]), used in diverse applications (literally or abstractly): – abide, appoint, bring, continue, covenant, establish, lay, set (up), hold up, present, stanch, stand (up, forth, still, by,). Compare G5087.]

The scripture with bracketed numbers for following Greek words and Greek word meanings with Greek writings missing!
34 And they shall [G1702 From G1722 and G3815; to jeer at, deride: – mock. G1722 ἐν en en A chief preposition signifying (fixed) position (in place, state or time), and (implying) instrumentality (constructively or medially), a relation of rest (intermediate amidst G1519 and G1537; “in”, at, by, (up-) on, etc.: – about, among, between, altogether, with (-in), (here-) in (-to, -wardly), there (-in, -on), (up-) on, through (-out), (un-) to (-ward), after, against, almost, [open-] ly, outwardly, under, give self wholly to, by (all means), mightily, (here-) by, as, at, before, one, quickly, [speedi-] ly, shortly, that, when, where (-with), while. Often used in compounds, with substantially similar import; infrequently with verbs of movement, and then not indicating direction, except (elliptically). G3815 From G3816; to sport (as a boy): – (to) play, behave as a boy. G3816 possibly from G3817; a boy (as often beaten with impunity), or (by similarity) a girl, and (usually) a child; particularly a slave or a servant (especially a minister to a king; and by eminence to God): – child, (-ren Matthew 2:16), a lad, boy, son, maid (-en), young man, (man) servant. G3817 A chief verb; to hit (as if by single blow and not as violently as G5180); particularly to sting (as a scorpion): – (to) strike, smite, beat, sting. G5180 A chief verb (in a stronger form); to “thump,” cudgel or pummel (correctly with a stick or a bastinado), by repeated blows; therefore different from G3817 and G3960, which usually signify a [single] blow with a hand or any instrument, or G4141 with the fist [or a hammer], or G4474 with the palm; also from G5177, colliding accidently); implying to punish; abstractly to offend (the conscience): – smite, strike, beat, wound. G5177 Possibly for an outdated τύχω tuchō (for which the voice in the middle of another occur by turns [to make ready or bring to pass] is used in particular tenses; related to the base of G5088 through the concept of effecting; correctly to affect; or (particularly) to hit or light on (as a mark to be reached), (transitively) to gain or secure an object or end, or (intransitively) to happen (as if meeting with); applied later as impersonally (with G1487), by chance; or (present participle) as adjective usual (as if commonly met with, with G3756, extraordinary), neuter (as adverb) perhaps; or (with another verb) as adverb by accident (as it were [accidental meeting]): – be, obtain, chance, enjoy, refresh, self, little, special. Compare G5180. G5180 A chief verb (in a stronger form); to “thump,” cudgel or pummel (correctly with a stick or a bastinado), by repeated blows; therefore different from G3817 and G3960, which usually signify a [single] blow with a hand or any instrument, or G4141 with the fist [or a hammer], or G4474 with the palm; also from G5177, colliding accidently); implying to punish; abstractly to offend (the conscience): – smite, strike, beat, wound.] mock him, and shall [G3146 From G3148; to flog (literally or abstractly): – scourge. G3148 Possibly from the base of G3145 (through the concept of contact); a whip (literally the Roman flagellum for criminals; abstractly a disease): – plague, scourging. G3145 From a chief word (to handle or squeeze); to chew: – gnaw.] scourge him, and [G5195 From G5196; to exercise violence, that is, abuse: – entreat shamefully (spitefully), act insolently, despitefully used, dishonour, reproach. See also. Youngs Analytical Concordance to the Bible. Entreated. 1 Thessalonians. Luke 20:11 G5196 [From G5228 “over” above, superior to, more than, very chiefest, exceeding above, very highly, more (than), ]; insolence (as over bearing), insult, injury: – hurt, harm, reproach.] spitefully entreated, and shall [G1716 From G1722 and G4429; to spit at or on:to spit in, to spit on, spit (upon). G1722 A chief preposition signifying (fixed) position (in place, state or time), and (implying) instrumentality (constructively or medially), a relation of rest (intermediate amidst G1519 and G1537; “in”, at, by, (up-) on, etc.: – about, among, between, altogether, with (-in), (here-) in (-to, -wardly), there (-in, -on), (up-) on, through (-out), (un-) to (-ward), after, against, almost, [open-] ly, outwardly, under, give self wholly to, by (all means), mightily, (here-) by, as, at, before, one, quickly, [speedi-] ly, shortly, that, when, where (-with), while. Often used in compounds, with substantially similar import; infrequently with verbs of movement, and then not indicating direction, except (elliptically). G4429 A chief verb (compare G4428); to spit: – spit. G4428 Possibly relates to (to spread; obviously allied to G4072 through the concept of expansion, and to G4429 through that of flattening; compare G3961); to fold, that is, furl a scroll: close. G4072 Including the lengthened form (second form) and contraction (third form) of the middle voice of a chief verb; to fly: – fly (-ing). G3961 From a derivative possibly of G3817 (meaning a “path”); to trample (literally or abstractly): – tread (under foot, down,). G3817 A chief verb; to hit (as if by single blow and not as violently as G5180); particularly to sting (as a scorpion): – (to) strike, smite, beat, sting. G5180 A chief verb (in a stronger form); to “thump,” cudgel or pummel (correctly with a stick or a bastinado), by repeated blows; therefore different from G3817 an G3960, which usually signify a [single] blow with a hand or any instrument, or G4141 with the fist [or a hammer], or G4474 with the palm; also from G5177, colliding accidently); implying to punish; abstractly to offend (the conscience): – smite, strike, beat, wound.] spit upon him, and shall [kill [G615 From G575 and κτείνω kteinō (to slay); to kill outright; abstractly to destroy: – put to death, kill, to kill entirely, slay. G575 A chief particle; “off”, away (from something near), in diverse senses (of place, time, or relation; literally or abstractly): – because of, for (-th), from, (out) of, off, in, (here-) after, since, ago, by (the space of), at, (up-) on (-ce), with, before, As a prefix in composition it generally signifies separation, cessation, completion, departure, reversal, etc.] [crucify G4717 From G4716; to impale on the cross; abstractly to extinguish (subdue) passion or selfishness: – crucify. G4716 From the base of G2476; stake or post (as set upright), (specifically) a pole or cross (as an instrument of capital punishment); Abstractly exposure to death, self denial; implying the atonement of The Messiah: – cross. G2476 A lengthened form of a chief word (of similar meaning, which in certain tenses is used for it); to stand ([in-transitively]), used in diverse applications (literally or abstractly): – abide, appoint, bring, continue, covenant, establish, hold up, lay, present, set (up), stanch, stand (by, forth, still, up). Compare G5087.] kill him: and the [G5154 From G5140; third; neuter (as noun) third part, (as adverb) a (the) third time, thirdly: – third (-ly). G5140 A chief (plural) number; “three”: – three.] third day he shall [G450 From G303 and G2476; to stand up (literally or abstractly, [(in-(transitively)]: – raise up (again), rise (again), arise, lift up, to set up, stand up (-right). G303 A Chief preposition and adverb; correctly up; but (extended) is used (distributively) severally, or (locally) at (etc.): – and, each, apiece, every (man), by, in, through. As a prefix in compounds it frequently means (implying) repetition, intensity, reversal, etc. eg: Mk 6.40 G303 By hundreds, a hundred each. G2476 A lengthened form of a chief word (of similar meaning, which in certain tenses is used for it); to stand ([in-transitively]), used in diverse applications (literally or abstractly): – abide, appoint, bring, continue, covenant, establish, hold up, lay, present, set (up), stanch, stand (by, forth, still, up). Compare G5087.]

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Because of the “warfare” I have been going through, with the devil, and his demon’s, I am aiming at, “24 hour a day prayer” from people all around the earth, i.e. Where ever there are believing people around the earth, who read my pages, and study my work, and listen to my Scriptures to Music, who pray for me, I am covering myself with the prayers of those persons, as well as, “Prayers from Others.” “Please” and “Thank YOU” for “YOUR” prayers.

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You are “not safe” in THE PRIVACY OF YOUR OWN LOCKED HOME, from, THE DEVIL! Plz pray (James 5:16) to The Almighty God in & through the name of His only begotten Son, The Word of God, KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS Rev 19:13 -16 for me, & ask him, to “Totally” Heal me, an old widow, (Isa 1:17) and “PROTECT & DELIVER” me, every moment, of every day, for the rest of my life, upon the face of this earth, from THE DEVIL, who USES “WIRES & DEVICES” TO TUNE INTO HUMAN BODIES, & COMMUNICATE INTO HUMAN MINDS, & TOUCH, RAPE, TORMENT, HURT, & OR EVEN, KILL, PEOPLE, & ALSO TO BECOME, “ONE” WITH THE BODY, OR BODIES OF, THE HUMAN PERSON, TO COMMUNICATE INTO HUMAN MINDS, & TOUCH, TORMENT, HURT, & OR EVEN, KILL, & EAT PEOPLE! Hebrews 2:14..1 Peter 5:8

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1Pe 5:8 Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:

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