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  Notes Context   Rev 2:9  'I know3609a your Atribulation2347 and your Bpoverty4432 (but you are Brich4145), and the blasphemy988 by those3588 who Csay3004 they are Jews2453 and are not, but are a synagogue4864 of DSatan4567.
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  Notes Context   Rev 2:9 I know your affliction and distress and pressing trouble and your poverty--but you are rich! and how you are abused and reviled and slandered by those who say they are Jews and are not, but are a synagogue of Satan.

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A Verse Info. Notes Context Rev 1:9 I, John, your brother and fellow partaker in the tribulation and kingdom and perseverance which are in Jesus, was on the island called Patmos because of the word of God and the testimony of Jesus.
B Verse Info. Notes Context 2 Cor 6:10 as sorrowful yet always rejoicing, as poor yet making many rich, as having nothing yet possessing all things.
C Verse Info. Notes Context Rev 3:9 'Behold, I will cause those of the synagogue of Satan, who say that they are Jews and are not, but lie--I will make them come and bow down at your feet, and make them know that I have loved you.
D Verse Info. Notes Context Matt 4:10 Then Jesus *said to him, "Go, Satan! For it is written, 'YOU SHALL WORSHIP THE LORD YOUR GOD, AND SERVE HIM ONLY.'"
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988 blasphêmia; from 989; slander:--abusive language(1), blasphemies(4), blasphemous(2), blasphemy(6), railing(1), slander(3), slanders(1).
2347 thlipsis; from 2346; tribulation:--affliction(14), afflictions(6), anguish(1), distress(2), persecution(1), tribulation(16), tribulations(4), trouble(1).
2453 Ioudaios; from 2455; Jewish, a Jew, Judea:--Jew(21), Jewess(1), Jewish(8), Jews(163), Judea(46).
3004 legô; a prim. vb.; to say:--addressing(1), agree*(1), ask(1), asked(3), asking(4), bring charges(1), call(8), called(34), calling(1), calls(3), claimed(1), claiming(2), command(3), designated(1), follows(1), give(1), gives(1), greeted*(1), made(1), mean(2), means(3), meant(1), mention(1), named(3), ordered(2), quote(1), referred(1), remarking(1), said(1086), say(364), saying(440), says(102), shouting(1), so-called(3), speak(22), speaking(17), speaks(6), spoke(18), spoken(26), stated(1), stating(2), talking(5), tell(71), telling(18), thing spoken(1), things spoken(1), thought(1), told(35), using(1).
3588 ho,
hê,
to; the def. art.; the:--about(2), all(5), case*(3), cause*(1), circumstances*(3), companions*(8), condition*(1), experiences(2), far(1), followers*(1), former*(1), meat(1), one(6), one who(1), one*(1), others(4), others*(1), outsiders*(3), people(1), sight(1), some(7), some*(5), suitable(1), these(4), things(1), this(31), those(406), those who(17), together*(8), under*(1), welfare(1), what(47), what had happened(1), what*(1), which(14), who(52), whoever(8), whom(4).
ho; see 3739.
3609a oida; perf. of 1491a; to have seen or perceived, hence to know:--appreciate(1), aware(3), become learned(1), conscious*(1), having a knowledge(1), knew(16), knew...about(1), know(216), know about(1), know how(9), knowing(36), known(4), known about(1), knows(15), knows how(1), realize(1), realizing(2), recognize(3), unaware*(1), understand(5), understanding(1).
4145 plousios; from 4149; wealthy:--people(1), rich(19), rich man(7), rich man's(1), rich people(1).
4432 ptôcheia; from 4433; beggary, i.e. destitution:--poverty(3).
4567 Satanas; of Heb. or. [7854]; the adversary, Satan, i.e. the devil:--Satan(35), Satan's(1).
4864 sunagôgê; from 4863; a bringing together, by ext. an assembling, hence a synagogue:--assembly(1), synagogue(31), synagogues(24).
 
 
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