Often I’m asked how I study the Bible to learn things not taught in other churches. Honestly, being curious is one of the most important tools for learning fresh material.
For example, using Strong’s Bible Concordance (or any Bible concordance) is a great way to uncover new information about the history recorded in Scripture.
Today, let’s check out the Koine Greek word “προλέγω / prolego ” #4302 in Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance and pick a verse that contains this Greek word to uncover some interesting information about what Jesus warned us to watch out for when it comes to the End Times.
Greek Word Study
Προλέγω (Strong’s #4302)
Part of Speech: Verb
- to say beforehand, to predict
Prolego in Scripture
While “prolego” is mentioned multiple times in the New Testament, check out this example from Mark 13.
1550 Stephanus New Testament
“υμεις δε βλεπετε ιδου προειρηκα υμιν παντα.” – ΚΑΤΑ ΜΑΡΚΟΝ 13:23
English Standard Version
“ But be on guard; I have told you all things beforehand.” – Mark 13:23
Crack Your Bible To Answer This Question!
Now that you’ve read Mark 13:23, where “prolego” is used, Crack Your Bible to answer these questions:
- What did Jesus warn people about beforehand?
Crack Your Bible to Mark 13 to find the correct answer (and put it in the comments if you think you know!)