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#1 Serpentium

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Posted 24 December 2013 - 09:13 AM

Sometime a search on accordance builds a story, very powerful, very meaningful, for me.
Today I got on iPad this one:
appointed <WITHIN 2 Words> time <and> ( [KEY h4595] <or> [KEY g2789] )

During christmas seems a pretty story, to me.

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Posted 24 December 2013 - 09:19 AM

I've tried it with a few versions of the text and only get "There are no verses in the current range of the 'ESVS' text, which fit the current search entry."

 

In place of ESVS, I've tried HCSBS, NRSVS, NAS95S, NKJVS and KJVS. :(



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Posted 24 December 2013 - 09:40 AM

I've tried it with a few versions of the text and only get "There are no verses in the current range of the 'ESVS' text, which fit the current search entry."
 
In place of ESVS, I've tried HCSBS, NRSVS, NAS95S, NKJVS and KJVS. :(


It works with my NIV2011 with G/K code.
You need Strong's number otherwise.

Sometime a search on accordance builds a story, very powerful, very meaningful, for me.
Today I got on iPad this one:
appointed <WITHIN 2 Words> time <and> ( [KEY h4595] <or> [KEY g2789] )
During christmas seems a pretty story, to me.


appointed <WITHIN 2 Words> time <and> ( [KEY h4150] <or> [KEY g2540] )

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Posted 24 December 2013 - 09:48 AM

I've tried it with a few versions of the text and only get "There are no verses in the current range of the 'ESVS' text, which fit the current search entry."
 
In place of ESVS, I've tried HCSBS, NRSVS, NAS95S, NKJVS and KJVS. :(


You are right! You need NIV because they chose the "appointed time" wording over the greek καιρός or the hebrew מוֹעֵד

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Posted 24 December 2013 - 09:55 AM

Aha! Okay, I've used the NIV (2011) G/K and it works now! Thanks and Merry Christmas!



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Posted 24 December 2013 - 10:02 AM

Aha! Okay, I've used the NIV (2011) G/K and it works now! Thanks and Merry Christmas!


On ESV with Strong's number it is a little bit like this:
( [KEY h4150] <or> [KEY g2540]) <AND> time




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