December 2022

THELO (G2309) AND THELEEMA (G2307) - an emotional impulse, natural desire or wish (without determining or forming purpose); ungoverned wish Thelo - Greek (verb) to will, to wish, to desire, implying the simple act of volition (the act of willing the act

Joy Websters 1828 JOY,┬ánoun 1. The passion or emotion excited by the acquisition or expectation of good; that excitement of pleasurable feelings which is caused by success, good fortune, the gratification of desire or some good possessed, or by a rational prospect of possessing

Matthew 6: 25, 27, 28, 31, 34 twice, 10:19, Luke 12: 11, 22, 26 Bullinger - Thought - To be full of anxiety which divides up and distracts the mind, to be full of cares, anxious; be full of anxious

El Peace (HOPE) (theological dictionary Kittle) There is here something characteristic. In the OT there is no neutral concept of expectation. An expectation is either good or bad and therefor it is either hope or fear. Hope itself is thus differentiated