Cure (Noun and Verb) - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Cure (Noun and Verb)

[ A-1,Noun,G2392, iasis ]
a healing, a cure" (akin to iaomai, "to heal," and iatros, "a physician"), is used in the plural in Luke 13:32; in Acts 4:22, "healing;" in Acts 4:30 with the preposition eis, "unto," lit., "unto healing," translated "heal." See HEALING.

[ B-1,Verb,G2323, therapeuo ]
(Eng., "therapeutics," etc), denotes
(a) primarily, "to serve" (cp. therapeia and therapon), Acts 17:25 (AV, "worshiped"); then,
(b) "to heal, restore to health, to cure;" it is usually translated "to heal," but "cure" in Matthew 17:16, Matthew 17:18; Luke 7:21; Luke 9:1; John 5:10, Acts 28:9, RV. See HEAL, WORSHIP.

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