What Has You “Hemmed In”? — The Preacher Pollard Blog

Monday’s Column: Neal At The Cross There is an interesting Greek word with a very elastic use in the New Testament. The verb, συνέχω (sunecho), is translated the following ways in its 16 uses (ESV): “Oppressed” (Mat. 4:24) “Ill” (Luke 4:38) “Seized” (Luke 8:37) “Surround” (Luke 8:45) “Distress” (Luke 12:50) “Hem in” (Luke 19:43) “Holding” […]Continue reading “What Has You “Hemmed In”? — The Preacher Pollard Blog”