The word, in Greek, is thlipseon.

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2 Responses to The word, in Greek, is thlipseon.

  1. Mel Weinerth says:

    Now I have to look up a word have no idea what it means LOL

  2. Mel Weinerth says:

    Greek- thlipsis (thlip'-sis) intense pressure We all feel the pressures of life. Sometimes, however, the pressure of a trial is so intense that we can despair even of life. This is the meaning behind the Greek word thlipsis, pronounced thlip'sis. When thlipsis is used in the scriptures, it shows us that there is pressure that is almost beyond human endurance. This word is often translated as the following: hardships, sufferings, troubles, tribulations, and afflictions. And you have had your share of this for sure Hugs…..

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