Bible Notes

"His love is perfected in us" (I John 4:12)—The Greek verb rendered "be perfected" can also mean "be completed, accomplished, consummated" (Thayer: Greek Lexicon, p. 618f.). Moffatt renders: "Love for him is complete in us;" while Goodspeed has: "Love for him attains perfection in our hearts."

"All thy works shall praise thee, O Lord" (Ps. 145:10)—The Hebrew word rendered "praise" can also mean "give thanks to" (Brown, Driver, Briggs: Hebrew Lexicon, p. 392); hence, while Moffatt and Kent retain "praise," the Revised Version and Smith render "give thanks."

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