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Revelation 3:4

A few names (oliga onomata). This use of onoma for persons is seen in the Koin‚ (Deissmann, Bible Studies, p. 196f.) as in Acts 1:15; Revelation 11:13.

Did not defile (ouk emolunan). First aorist active indicative of molunw (I Corinthians 8:7; I Peter 1:4), pollution.

They shall walk (peripathsousin). Future active of peripatew, promise of fellowship with Christ (met emou, with me) "in white" (en leukoiv), as symbols of purity (Revelation 7:9, Revelation 7:13) like the angel (Matthew 28:3), with possibly a reference to Enoch (Genesis 5:22). For they are worthy (oti acioi eisin). To walk with Christ, not worthy in the same sense as God and Christ (Revelation 4:11; Revelation 5:9), but in a relative sense. See Revelation 16:6 for bad sense of aciov.




Other Robertson's Word Pictures (NT) entries containing Revelation 3:4:

Acts 1:15
1 Corinthians 8:7
Revelation 3:5
Revelation 6:11
Revelation 11:13
Revelation 14:4
Revelation 16:6
Revelation 22:14

 

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