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For out of the heart come evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, sexual immorality, thefts, false witness, insults. Bible

“insults.” The Greek noun is blasphēmia (#988 βλασφημία; pronounced blas-fay-me’-ah), and was used of someone speaking against another. The primary meaning as it was used in the Greek culture was showing disrespect to a person or deity, and/or harming his, her, or its reputation. [For more on blasphēmia, see commentary on Matt. 9:3].


Commentary for: Matthew 15:19