mueó: to initiate into the mysteries, hence to instructOriginal Word: μυέωPart of Speech:
I initiate, instructDefinition:
I initiate, instruct; pass: I am disciplined, learn (a lesson).
3453 myéō (akin to 3466 /mystḗrion, "mystery") – properly, shutting the eyes and mouth to experience mystery; (figuratively) initiated into the wonderful "mystery revelation" of learning to be content in Christ in every scene of life – no exceptions! See also 3804 /páthēma ("suffering").
[The metaphor was also used of "the initiatory rites of the pagan mysteries. 'I have been initiated' " (WS, 893).]
Reflection: Experiencing the revelation of the Holy Spirit enables the believer to learn God's "open secrets." By experiencing faith ("God's inworked persuasions"), every decision (action) of life becomes equally, eternally meaningful. See 2472 /isotimos ("of equal value").
[In 2 Pet 1:1, the mighty apostle Peter makes it clear that every believer-priest lives on "level (equal) ground" through the Lord's inworkings of faith.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from muó (to shut the eyes or mouth)Definition
to initiate into the mysteries, hence to instructNASB Translation
learned the secret (1).