was just taken to this word by way of the word delusion (tied to sending them strong delusion) so I looked the word up and it brought this up.
plané: a wandering Original Word: πλάνη, ης, ἡ Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: plané Phonetic Spelling: (plan’-ay) Definition: a wandering Usage: a wandering; fig: deceit, delusion, error, sin. HELPS Word-studies Cognate: 4106 plánē (a feminine noun derived from 4105 /planáō) – deviant behavior; a departure from what God says is true; an error (deception) which results in wandering (roaming into sin). See 4105 (planaō).
so then it comes to me regarding orthodox Christianity vs unorthodox knowing gnostics were the first that Constantine ordered killed and brought in a new Christianity. Tie that to the word delusion (which all Christianity is now a delusion of the original by way of Constantine) to deceive souls further from our FATHERS truths. Look how “sin” is in the definition of the above word from delusion. This is what hamartano does. But the moral of the story can all be added up by seeing the facts of history that satan caused to take place and bring us to the now that we all think we know.
you can see by this link that a very important event was taking place regarding all I am saying in the 4th century (Constantine’s time) and for a ruler to make this kind of change over people (it had wo be only for one reason (power of control) to remove certain truths so their power of control at that level could be exercised how they seen fit. Its the only thing that makes sense because they were and still are not about revealing to us the truth, but delusion.
Proto-orthodox Christianity – Wikipedia
The term proto-orthodox Christianity or proto-orthodoxy was coined by New Testament scholar Bart D. Ehrman and describes the Early Christian movement which was the precursor of Christian orthodoxy. Ehrman argues that this group from the moment it became prominent by the end of the third century, “st…
here is another word that came up, keep it in the same context as orthodox and unorthodox Christianity and what it has caused on the masses, the delusion makes perfect sense. Esp the power it would have by indoctrination. apaté: deceit Original Word: ἀπάτη, ης, ἡ Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: apaté Phonetic Spelling: (ap-at’-ay) Definition: deceit Usage: deceit, deception, deceitfulness, delusion. HELPS Word-studies Cognate: 539 apátē – a false impression, made to deceive or cheat – i.e. deceit motivated by guile and treachery (trickery, fraud). See 538 (apataō).
this is all of the power of hamartano and why Jesus came to die for us to save us from it through pistis
the early Christians (the disciples of Christ) that were told (by Christ) to go preach to the world came first. The second transmuted this all into falsehoods most all Christians of todays world believe. All by Constantines design (corrupt government).
chief leader, satan
Then this showed up too. remember what I told you about the drunkeness not being that of alcohol but deception on our mind? eknéphó: to become sober (after drunkenness) Original Word: ἐκνήφω Part of Speech: Verb Transliteration: eknéphó Phonetic Spelling: (ek-nay’-fo) Definition: to become sober (after drunkenness) Usage: I return to soberness of mind. HELPS Word-studies 1594 eknḗphō (from 1537 /ek, “wholly out of” and 3525 /nḗphō, “be sober”) – properly, delivered out of drunkenness and to sobriety (seriousness), i.e. with the awareness outcome of being responsibly aware; (figuratively) aroused (awakened) out of the stupor of spiritual delusion (apathy); “to come to one’s senses” (L & N, 1, 30.26); sober-minded because “snapped out of” the intoxicating influence of sin (darkness) and brought into keen alertness of spiritual truth (conviction, faith, etc.). 1594 (eknḗphō) is only used in 1 Cor 15:34.