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Greek Word of the Day | 30 October 2014

πιστεύω / pisteuō (pi-stew-oh)

verb: to believe, believe in, have faith; to trust; to have confidence; to entrust; to think, hold, or consider possible.

Pisteuō occurs a total of 237 times in the Greek NT (were we to include its noun counterpart, … 502 more words

New Testament

Embark [Verb]

Twenty-four ribs, twenty-four hours, and every day she slowly ground hers away to keep them together. She wondered if they would all just stop when she left. 179 more words



cozen–verb: to cheat by artful tricks and lies.

Congressman Burden intends to cozen a bounty of votes from gullible constituents.


Belch [Verb]

The barista belched drink orders from the far side of the counter as the line of customers dwindled toward her. Large coffee with room. Wisps of brown hair streaked out from under the sides of her cap. 151 more words


Plod [Verb]

She sat on the river’s edge and stripped her socks from underneath thick hiking boots. A line of dirt circled the top of her ankle were sock met shin. 103 more words


Meeting XX


यो ब्रह्माणम् विदधाति पूर्वं
यो वै वेदांश्च प्रहिणोति तस्मै
तं ह देवमात्मबुद्धिप्रकाशं
मुमुक्षुर्वै शरणमहं प्रपद्ये॥ (श्वेताश्वतरोपनिषद्, VI, 18)

निष्कलं निष्क्रियं शान्तं निरवद्यं निरञ्जनम्।
अमृतस्य परं सेतुं दग्धेन्धनमिवानलं॥ (श्वेताश्वतरोपनिषद्, VI, 19) 542 more words