A wedding way

John Bjarne Grover

TEQ #256
Luke 21:26
  αἱ γὰρ δυνάμεις τῶν οὐρανῶν σαλευθήσονται

A wedding way, for the problem shed
on the legging if,
the bust,
today is used by formance.
I suppose they must have got two, instead of all the other.

This research always seems to be very strange,
but it means
curiosities and byebyetities
such as Varnal Putney and Descriptive Origin,
till us
suggests that nobody can come here.

24 August 1998

From my 'TEQ' = 'The Endmorgan Quartet', the fourth book 'Cardiff/Harding'.

The Holy Bible, New International Version, International Bible Society 1984 translates Luke 21.26: "for the heavenly bodies will be shaken". However, the word here for 'body' = 'δυναμις' means normally 'strength, force, quantity, faculty, meaning'.

Source for the greek parallel text is Novum Testamentum Graece, by Hahn (post Lachmannum et Tischendorfium), Lipsiae 1861.

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