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Thu Jan 23 09:31:12 EST 2003
>MEINATE EN EMOI KAGW EN hUMIN.
>The second part of this sentence does not have a verb specified so MEINATE
>would be assumed here.
Almost... The idea carries...
>The mood of the verb would have to be the same in both parts too, would it
Not necessarily... They have different subjects.
>Imperative makes sense in the first half but not in the second.
>The NIV translates the second half as future. Is this acceptable?
Sure, but why add a verb? What is wrong with simply
"Abide in me and I in you."?
"Be not troubling of you the heart..."
[From the Gospel of John, Chapter 14, verse 1.]
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