Focus on our Redemption, Saint!
Blog number 2000. Note that Strongs 2000 is used only once in Acts 27:9 KJV regarding the danger because the day of atonement had already past. See notes below. This year The Day of Atonement has already passed. The door is closing. As a Watchman I urge: Look Up ^ Saints! Our Redemption draws nigh!
Definitions taken from the Oxford Compact Dictionary; references from the King James Version Bible
Latin orig: a hearth or fire. In1604 used as "the burning point" a point at which rays meet. A point or position which an object must be situated in order that the imaged produced - by the lens - may be clear and well defined. To cause to converge (come together, to join) to or as to a focus.
a preposition (placed before and governing a noun) : on this wise - within the limits of bounds of
First person possessive pronoun. Adjectively. The meaning of or belonging to us; to the speaker (me) and to the persons whom I include.
To buy back something or someone formally possessed; to regain to recover, to rescue to deliver; to restore to bring into a condition or state to make right again, In context here To Release Rescue from a location of evil of separation , departing or fleeing; by loosening, to loose one bound o tied to or fastened. Strongs G575 https://biblehub.com/greek/575.htm See Luke 21:28 KJV and Galatians 1:4 KJV
- the arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed sentences in a language.
- The syntax of The title "Focus on our Redemption, Saint!" is an Imperative of whereby I'm commanding in the sense of love and edification my fellow Saints to FOCUS on our Redemption. During these end time moments of insanity that have enveloped our world, we must stay focused on our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus and our soon Rapture.
KJV: was now dangerous, because the fast was now already past; Paul admonisihed them.
Notes: "The Fast" that is, the day of ateonement was already past. In AD 59, the year Paul set out for Rome, the day would have been October 5. The Romans preferred not to sail after mid- September, and attempts made aftr the first of November were considered suicidal. Everyone agrees that it would be foolish to set out for Italy. Paul's warnings were not heeded by the Centurion who had the final say.