Charles Holler (26 Jan 2012)
"Luke 21:36"

Greetings John and Doves,
I just happened to take a close look at watch and pray in Luke 21:36 and noticed 68 different times the word pray  is used in the New Testament. There are several meanings and the one in Luke 21:36 is a rare use. It is Strong's G1189 and can mean to beg. This gives a new Light on the word and since no-one is really worthy, I've decided to beg I be counted worthy to escape this trap of destruction and go in the rapture. Just a thought<[:o)
Luk 21:36 WatchG69 ye therefore,G3767 and prayG1189 always,G1722 G3956 G2540 thatG2443 ye may be accounted worthyG2661 to escapeG1628 allG3956 these thingsG5023 that shallG3195 come to pass,G1096 andG2532 to standG2476 beforeG1715 theG3588 SonG5207 of man.G444
Middle voice of G1210; to beg (as binding oneself), that is, petition: - beseech, pray (to), make request. Compare G4441.