For an Informed Love of God
ἤδη means “now, already” (adverb).
“Not that I have ἤδη obtained all this or have ἤδη reached my goal, but I press on” (Phil 3:12).
εὐθύς means “immediately” (adverb)
“εὐθύς they left their nets and followed him” (Mark 1:18).
εὐθέως means “immediately” (adverb).
“‘I do not know that man!’ εὐθέως the rooster crowed” (Matt 26:74).
ἐνώπιον means “before” (preposition-gen)
“He will go on ἐνώπιον him, in the spirit and power of Elijah” (Luke 1:17).
δεύτερα, δεύτερον (*δευτερο)
δεύτερος means “second.”
“The δεύτερος is this: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself’” (Mark 12:31).
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