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Dictionaries :: Ever, for Ever, Evermore

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Adverb Strong's Number: g3842 Greek: pantote

Ever, for Ever, Evermore:

"at all times, always" (akin to pas, "all"), is translated "ever" in Luk 15:31; Jhn 18:20; 1Th 4:17; 5:15; 2Ti 3:7; Hbr 7:25; "evermore" in Jhn 6:34; in 1Th 5:16, RV, "alway," for AV, "evermore." It there means "on all occasions," as, e.g., 1Th 1:2; 3:6; 5:15; 2Th 1:3, 11; 2:13.

2 Adverb Strong's Number: g104 Greek: aei

Ever, for Ever, Evermore:

"ever," is used

(a) of continuous time, signifying "unceasingly, perpetually," Act 7:51; 2Cr 4:11; 6:10; Tts 1:12; Hbr 3:10;

(b) of successive occurrences, signifying "on every occasion," 1Pe 3:15; 2Pe 1:12. Some texts have the word in Mar 15:8.

Note: The adjective dienekes, "unbroken, continuous," is used in a phrase with eis, "unto," and the article, signifying "perpetually, for ever," Hbr 7:3; 10:1, 12, 14. The following phrases are formed in connection with aion, "an age:" they are idiomatic expressions betokening undefined periods and are not to be translated literally:

(a) eis aiona, lit., "unto an age," Jud 1:13, "for ever;"

(b) eis ton aiona, lit., "unto the age," "for ever" (or, with a negative, "never"), Mat 21:19; Mar 3:29; 11:14; Luk 1:55; Jhn 4:14; 6:51, 58; 8:35 (twice), 51, 52; 10:28; 11:26; 12:34; 13:8; 14:16; 1Cr 8:13; 2Cr 9:9; Hbr 5:6; 6:20; 7:17, 21, 24, 28; 1Pe 1:25; 1Jo 2:17; 2Jo 1:2;

(c) eis tous aionas, lit., "unto the ages," "for ever," Mat 6:13 (AV only); Luk 1:33; Rom 1:25; 9:5; 11:36; 16:27 (some mss. have the next phrase here); 2Cr 11:31; Hbr 13:8;

(d) eis tous aionas ton aionon, lit. "unto the ages of the ages," "for ever and ever," or "for evermore," Gal 1:5; Phl 4:20; 1Ti 1:17; 2Ti 4:18; Hbr 13:21; 1Pe 4:11; 5:11 [(c) in some mss.]; Rev 1:6 [(c) in some mss.]; 1:18, "for evermore;" 4:9, 10; 5:13; 7:12; 10:6; 11:15; 15:7; 19:3; 20:10; 22:5;

(e) eis aionas aionon, lit., "unto ages of ages," "for ever and ever," Rev 14:11;

(f) eis ton aiona tou aionos, lit., "unto the age of the age," "for ever and ever," Hbr 1:8;

(g) tou aionos ton aionon, lit., "of the age of the ages," "for ever and ever," Eph 3:21;

(h) eis pantas tous aionas, lit., "unto all the ages," Jud 1:25 ("for evermore," RV; "ever," AV);

(i) eis hemeran aionos, lit., "unto a day of an age," "for ever," 2Pe 3:18.


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