chen: favor, grace. Original Word: חֵן. Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: chen. Phonetic Spelling: (khane) Short Definition: favor. NAS
Definition of God's Grace - Study the meaning of the word grace. What do the
Greek and Hebrew words mean? Why it is important to understand grace?
In Hebrew, the word for grace is chen, which derives from a shoresh (root)
meaning "favor, mercy, kindness, graciousness." In Exodus 34:6-7, one of the
The word 'grace' literally means 'favour' In Hebrew it is CHEN from a root word
CHANAN - to bend or stoop in kindness to another as a superior to an inferior ...
In the great proportion of passages in which the word grace is found in the .....
There is no word in Hebrew that can represent all the meanings of charis, and in
Biblical scholars have often complained that the word חֶסֶד in the Hebrew ... The
nearest New Testament equivalent to the Hebrew chesed is charis (grace), ...
The word "grace" in biblical parlance can, like forgiveness, repentance, .....
combining the Hebrew greeting, shalom [/l'v] (eirene in Greek) with the word
A through word study of the Hebrew word חֵן 'chen' meaning 'grace or favour' in
the Old Testament.