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RIGHTEOUSNESS
“The Revelation of Righteousness - Part I”

I.          RIGHTEOUSNESS - HEBREW

A.        Tsedeq  (tseh’-dek)  the right (nat., mor. or leg.);  also (abstr.) equity or (fig.)  prosperity - 6664

1.         tsadaq  (tsaw-dak’)  to be (causative - make)  right (in a moral or forensic sense) - 6663

            B.        Tsidqah  (tsid-kaw’)  Chald. 
                        corresponds to 6666 beneficence - 6665

C.        Tsedaqah  (tsed-aw-kaw’)  rightness (abstr.), subj. (rectitude), obj.  (justice), mor. (virtue) or fig. (prosperity) - 6666

II.         RIGHTEOUSNESS - GREEK

A.        Dikaiosune (dik-ah-yos-oo’-nay) equity (of character or act);  spec. (Chr.) justification - 1343

1.         dikaios (kid’-ah-yos) equitable (in character or act):  by impl. innocent, holy - 1342.

B.        Dikaioma (dik-ah’-yo-o) an equitable deed; by impl. a statute or decision - 1345

1.         dikaioo  (dik-ah-yo’-o) to render (i.e. show or regard as)  just or innocent - 1344

            C.        Dikaios (kid-ah’-yoce) adv. from 1342;  equitably - 1346.

III.       DEF: THE PRIVILEGE (AND ABILITY) TO STAND IN THE PRESENCE OF YHWH WITHOUT A/THE SOULISH FEAR OR CONDEMNATION WITHIN YOUR ...... SELF.

 

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