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Latin/Greek Lesson

The five solas are the 5 Latin phrases that emerged during the Protestant reformation and summarizes the reformers basic fundamental beliefs in opposition to the teaching of the Roman Catholic church of the day. Sola means alone or only.
Solus Christus: by Christ Alone
Sola scriptura: by Scripture Alone
Sola fide: by faith alone
Sola gratia: by grace Alone
Ali Deo Gloria: Glory to God alone

Coram Deo-Before, or in the presence of God, or the face of God, this summarizes the idea of Christians living in the presence of, and under the authority of, and to the honor, and glory of God.

Greek words for the word blessed. Makarios-receiving God's favor
Eulogeo-to praise, give thanks to, speak well of, extol, to be blessed.
Eulogetos-worthy of being praised, blessed of, commended.
Makarizo-to call blessed, to consider blessed.

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