Fate, Luck, Destiny, Karma, Yuan

What part - fate - lot - tenth part

James 1:17 Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and comes down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning.

Fit, Firm, Destiny (stand), Fu-ture (Grow)

Fate in Greek Moira Meros Merits - Lot, Part

2 Cor 6:15 What part has Christ with Beli-al (Hebrew word "beli" without and "ya-al" value)

Fates "Moirai" in Greek (from Hesiod) and "Parcae" in Latin were three very old women. In Homer, the word Moira was singular.

According to Encyclopaedia Britannica they did not control a persons actions, only when he is born, when he dies, and his allotment of misery and suffering.

In the New Testament click here for all uses of "Meros" - merit. Note "Merimnao" literally means being distracted by the allotment, by the parts.

Greek Moirai

  1. Clotho (spelled Klotho) was the spinner
  2. Lachesis was the one who makes the allotment click here for New Testament usage
  3. Atropos was the "immutable" one who cuts the thread at the end, the one "not turning". In 1600s English, a cutting instrument, sundial, scales. See James 1:17

Latin Parcae (Parca is singular, like the Russian word parka) - to plait or weave

  1. Nona - ninth, nun, grandmother In ninth month baby arrives
  2. Decuma - tenth part or allotment (tithe)
  3. Morta - death


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