Christ\'s Victory Is Our Peace
John 16:33
After watching the video of this verse's being worked out, I'm still not completely convinced that 3...
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2009-07-14 18:33:27
2009-07-14 19:22:42
After watching the video of this verse's being worked out, I'm still not completely convinced that 33c holds a Concessive relationship to 33d. I can't come up with another relationship, so I'm going with that for now. The video shows an Inference relationship between 33c-e and 33a-b and states that a Ground can never be the main point. Is there an explanation somewhere of exactly why that is? To me, it seems logical that a Ground could be a main point. For example, in this passage, "I have overcome the world; therefore , take heart." I labeled 33c-e as the Ground for 33a-b; "You may have peace because I have overcome the world."
10000000010253 10253 Notes 2009-07-14 18:33:27 2009-07-14 19:22:42 After watching the video of this verse's being worked out, I'm still not completely convinced that 33c holds a Concessive relationship to 33d. I can't come up with another relationship, so I'm going with that for now. The video shows an Inference relationship between 33c-e and 33a-b and states that a Ground can never be the main point. Is there an explanation somewhere of exactly why that is? To me, it seems logical that a Ground could be a main point. For example, in this passage, "I have overcome the world; therefore , take heart." I labeled 33c-e as the Ground for 33a-b; "You may have peace because I have overcome the world." notes
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John 16:33
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I have said these things to you,
that in me you may have peace.
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[Eventhough] In the world you will have tribulation.
[nevertheless] But take heart;
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I have overcome the world."
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10000000010253 10253 Arc 2009-07-14 18:33:27 2009-07-14 19:22:42 editing John 16 33 16 33 John 16:33 43 NT esv i114599 i114600 i114594 I have said these things to you, i114595 that in me you may have peace. actionpurpose 2 i114601 i114602 i114596 [Eventhough] In the world you will have tribulation. i114597 [nevertheless] But take heart; concessive 2 i114598 I have overcome the world." ground 1 ground 1 1 1 1 esv 25 a 50 discourse
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