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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Confidence (Noun, or Verb with "have"), Confident (-ly)

Dictionaries :: Confidence (Noun, or Verb with "have"), Confident (-ly)

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Noun Strong's Number: g4006 Greek: pepoithesis

Confidence (Noun, or Verb with "have"), Confident (-ly):

akin to peitho, B, No. 1 below, denotes "persuasion, assurance, confidence," 2Cr 1:15; 3:4, AV, "trust;" 2Cr 8:22; 10:2; Eph 3:12; Phl 3:4.
See TRUST.

A-2 Noun Strong's Number: g5287 Greek: hupostasis

Confidence (Noun, or Verb with "have"), Confident (-ly):

lit., "a standing under" (hupo, "under," stasis, "a standing"), "that which stands, or is set, under, a foundation, beginning;" hence, the quality of confidence which leads one to stand under, endure, or undertake anything, 2Cr 9:4; 11:17; Hbr 3:14. Twice in Heb. it signifies "substance," Hbr 1:3 (AV, "Person") and Hbr 11:1.
See SUBSTANCE.

A-3 Noun Strong's Number: g3954 Greek: parrhesia

Confidence (Noun, or Verb with "have"), Confident (-ly):

often rendered "confidence" in the AV, is in all such instances rendered "boldness" in the RV, Act 28:31; Hbr 3:6; 1Jo 2:28; 3:21; 5:14.
See BOLDNESS, OPENLY, PLAINNESS.

B-1 Verb Strong's Number: g3982 Greek: peitho

Confidence (Noun, or Verb with "have"), Confident (-ly):

"to persuade," or, intransitively, "to have confidence, to be confident" (cp. A, No. 1), has this meaning in the following, Rom 2:19; 2Cr 2:3; Gal 5:10; Phl 1:6, 14 (RV, "being confident," for AV, "waxing confident"), 25; 3:3, 4; 2Th 3:4; Phm 1:21.
See AGREE, ASSURE, BELIEVE, OBEY, PERSUADE, TRUST, YIELD.

B-2 Verb Strong's Number: g2292 Greek: tharreo

Confidence (Noun, or Verb with "have"), Confident (-ly):

"to be of good courage," is so translated in the RV of 2Cr 5:6; 7:16 (AV, "to have confidence, or be confident").
See COURAGE.

Note: The adverb "confidently" is combined with the verb "affirm" to represent the verbs diischurizomai, Luk 22:59; Act 12:15, RV (AV, "constantly affirmed"), and diabebaioomai, 1Ti 1:7, AV, "affirm," and Tts 3:8, AV, "affirm constantly."
See AFFIRM.

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