“The Bible is a special revelation from God to man of truths concerning Himself, His purposes, His plans, His will, man and his sinful nature, and God’s redemptive plan for man.” This quote by Gene Nowlin in his book The Paraphrased Perversion of the Bible summarizes the composition of the Bible. Throughout life, Christians grasp tightly to these words of God in hopes to inherit the Kingdom of God one day. In order to do this, they must study the Bible closely and apply it to their lives daily.
Πληρόω (plēroō) has four meanings: to make full, to complete a period of time, to bring to completion that which was already begun, and to bring to a designed end. It is used 17 times in the Gospel of Matthew, but the last time it is used it is not included in all ancient manuscripts. The second half of Mathew 27:35 where the word πληρόω occurs is only found in Δ, Θ, 0250, f 1.13, 1424, the vulgate and other minor texts. It is missing inא , A, D, Θ, 0281, f 1, 565, 892. The majority of these