Feminine noun · From ἀληθής (G227)

From G227; truth:—true, × truly, truth, verity.


  1. objectively
    1. what is true in any matter under consideration
      1. truly, in truth, according to truth
      2. of a truth, in reality, in fact, certainly
    2. what is true in things appertaining to God and the duties of man, moral and religious truth
      1. in the greatest latitude
      2. the true notions of God which are open to human reason without his supernatural intervention
    3. the truth as taught in the Christian religion, respecting God and the execution of his purposes through Christ, and respecting the duties of man, opposing alike to the superstitions of the Gentiles and the inventions of the Jews, and the corrupt opinions and precepts of false teachers even among Christians
  2. subjectively
    1. truth as a personal excellence
      1. that candour of mind which is free from affection, pretence, simulation, falsehood, deceit

Usages (1/2)

John 8:44


This is Yahawashi talking to Israelites. murderer from the beginning Cain - who got reincarnated as Esau, the progenitor of the Edomites.


Job 13:4

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John 8:45

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John 14:17


whom the world cannot receive Not all Israel are going to get this truth. because it seeth him not "it" is referring to Israel and "him" is referring to the scriptures. but ye know him The elect know the truth.

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John 16:13


In the Hebrew, he reads as "it", as it is referring to the Holy Spirit.

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