“Teleo” is a common Greek New Testament verb that means, “I complete, I accomplish, I finish, I carry out a task.” It’s often used in reference to a religious obligation. “Tetelestai” shares the same root word, is a verb in the perfect tense and passive voice. Perfect tense means the action is completed and has continuing results into the future. Passive voice indicates the subject of the verb has been acted upon.
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