John 3:16 Isn’t Talking About The Whole Planet

The Greek word “Kosmon” for the word “world” in John 3:16 isn’t referring to the whole planet, “Kosmon” means, “orderly arrangement of mankind”. John 3:16 is a word that the Messiah gave to Nicodemus about Israel and no one else.

Kosmon = AMS = Accusative Masculine Singular = the orderly arrangement of mankind.

In John 3:16, the word, “So”, in Greek means, “in this way” and

The word “whosoever” in Greek means, “all the believing”,

and the word “world”, “Kosmon” in Greek means, “the orderly arrangement of mankind.”

John 3:16 English translation – For God so loved [past tense] the world [Israel] that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in him should not perish but have everlasting life.

John 3:16 English translation of the Greek translation – In this way indeed loved the God the world [kosmon, orderly arrangement of mankind] that the Son, the only begotten, He gave that everyone, the believing in him, not should perish, but might have life eternal.

The statement “believes in him” or “the believing in him” in John 3:16 is referring to believing Yeshua is the Messiah, it is not referring to believing in the name “Yeshua”.

The Greek word “Kosmon” for the word “world” in John 3:16 isn’t referring to the whole planet, “Kosmon” means, “orderly arrangement of mankind”. John 3:16 is a word that the Messiah gave to Nicodemus about Israel and no one else.

For more about Israel see my post entitled “For They Are Not All Israel, Which Are Israel”, here is the link to that post.

https://bornfromabove7.wordpress.com/category/israel-is-spiritual-romans-96-8/

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