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NASB   Notes Context   Rom 1:21 For even though they knew1097 God2316, they did not 1honor1392 Him as God2316 or2228 give2168 thanks2168, but they became3154 Afutile3154 in their speculations1261, and their foolish801 heart2588 was darkened4654.
  Notes Context   Rom 1:21 For even though 1they knew God [as the Creator], they did not 2honor Him as God or give thanks [for His wondrous creation]. On the contrary, they became worthless in their thinking [godless, with pointless reasonings, and silly speculations], and their foolish heart was darkened.

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1 Lit glorify
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1 Anyone who attributes the existence of the world to chance or to a different creator is already guilty of deliberately rejecting God, because to deny the true God one must set aside common sense.
2 Lit glorify.
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A Verse Info. Notes Context 2 Kin 17:15 They rejected His statutes and His covenant which He made with their fathers and His warnings with which He warned them. And they followed vanity and became vain, and went after the nations which surrounded them, concerning which the LORD had commanded them not to do like them.
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801 asunetos; from 1 (as a neg. pref.) and 4908; without understanding:--foolish(1), lacking in understanding(2), without understanding(2).
1097 ginôskô; from a prim. root gnô-; to come to know, recognize, perceive:--ascertaining(1), aware(7), certainty(1), come to know(1), comprehend(1), felt(1), find(3), found(2), kept...a virgin*(1), knew(13), know(104), know how(1), knowing(3), known(25), knows(14), learn(1), learned(1), perceived(1), perceiving(2), put(1), realize(3), recognize(7), recognized(1), recognizing(1), sure(4), take notice(1), unaware*(2), understand(11), understood(6), virgin*(1).
1261 dialogismos; from 1260; a reasoning:--argument(1), disputing(1), dissension(1), doubts(1), motives(1), opinions(1), reasonings(2), speculations(1), thoughts(3), what...were thinking(2).
1392 doxazô; from 1391; to render or esteem glorious (in a wide application):--full of glory(1), glorified(20), glorifies(1), glorify(19), glorifying(12), had glory(1), has...glory(1), honor(1), honored(2), magnify(1), praised(1), praising(1).
2168 eucharisteô; from 2170; to be thankful:--gave thanks(2), give...thanks(1), give thanks(8), given thanks(6), gives thanks(2), giving thanks(7), thank(9), thanked(1), thanks(1), thanks may be given(1).
2228 ê; a prim. conjunc. used disjunctively or cptv.; or, than:--either(4), nor(1), or(282), or else(4), other than(1), rather(1), rather than(2), than(36), than...or(1), whether(1).
2316 theos; of unc. or.; God, a god:--divinely(1), God(1267), god(6), God's(27), God-fearing(1), godly(2), godly*(1), gods(8), Lord(1).
2588 kardia; a prim. word; heart:--heart(102), heart's(1), hearts(49), mind(2), minds(1), quick(1), spirit(1).
3154 mataioô; from 3152; to make vain, foolish:--became futile(1).
4654 skotizô; from 4655; to darken:--darkened(5).

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