Value - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Value

[ A-1,Verb,G1308, diaphero ]
used intransitively, means to differ, to excel," hence "to be of more value," Matthew 6:26, RV, "are (not) ye of (much) more value," (AV, "better"); Matthew 12:12; Luke 12:24, ditto; Matthew 10:31; Luke 12:7. See BETTER, (be), CARRY, No. 4, DIFFER, DRIVE, No. 7, EXCELLENT, MATTER, Note
(1), PUBLISH, No. 2.

Note: For timao, rendered "to value" in Matthew 27:9 (twice), AV, See PRICE.

[ B-1,Noun,G5092, time ]
denotes "a valuing, a price, honor;" in Colossians 2:23, RV, "(not of any) value (against the indulgence of the flesh)" [AV, "(not in any) honor..."], i.e., the ordinances enjoined by human tradition are not of any value to prevent (pros, "against;" cp. Acts 26:14) indulgence of the flesh. See HONOR, PRECIOUS, PRICE, SUM.

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