paraggelló: to transmit a message, to orderOriginal Word: παραγγέλλωPart of Speech:
I notify, command, chargeDefinition:
I notify, command, charge, entreat solemnly.
3853 paraggéllō (from 3844 /pará, "from close-beside" and aggéllō, "inform") – properly, to charge, give a command that is fully authorized because it has gone through all the proper (necessary) channels.
God commands (3853 /paraggéllō) believers to act as He authorizes them through the revelation of faith (His inworked persuasions). Accordingly, 3853 (paraggéllō) and faith (4102 /pístis) are closely connected in the NT – see 1 Tim 1:2-4,4:11,12, 5:7,8.
[3853 (paraggéllō) "originally meant to pass on or transmit; hence, used as a military term, of passing a watchword or command; and so generally to command" (WS, 222).]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to transmit a message, to orderNASB Translation
charge (1), command (4), commanded (4), commanding (1), direct (1), directed (2), gave (1), give...order (1), give instructions (1), giving...instruction (1), instruct (2), instructed (3), instructing (3), ordered (3), Prescribe (2).