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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g3648 Greek: holokleros


"complete, sound in every part" (holos, "whole," kleros, "a lot," i.e., with all that has fallen by lot), is used ethically in 1Th 5:23, indicating that every grace present in Christ should be manifested in the believer; so Jam 1:4. In the Sept. the word is used, e.g., of a "full" week, Lev 23:15; of altar stones unhewn, Deu 27:6; Jos 8:31; of a "full-grown" vine tree, useless for work, Eze 15:5; of the "sound" condition of a sheep, Zec 11:16.

The corresponding noun holokleria is used in Act 3:16, "perfect soundness." The synonymous word teleios, used also in Jam 1:4, "perfect," indicates the development of every grace into maturity.

The Heb. shalom, "peace," is derived from a root meaning "wholeness." See, e.g., Isa 42:19, marg., "made perfect," for text, "at peace;" cp. 26:3. Cp. also Col 1:28 with 2Pe 3:14.


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