ὄψονται [13 verses](verb 3rd pl fut ind mid)"Shall see" is optanomai, which means "to see," "to behold," "to look," "to aim at," "to look towards," "to have sight," "to take heed," (in transitive) "to behold," "to perceive," "to observe," "to look out for," and "to be seen (passive)." It is a metaphor for mental sight, "to perceive," "to discern," "to see visions," "to appear in visions (passion), and "to interview." -- (CW, WV) "Shall see" is a verb that means "to see," "to behold," "to look," "to aim at," "to look towards," and similar meanings. It is not one of the common words for simply saying"see." Jesus uses this verb in a specific way,  in the future tense and the middle voice. The middle voice means that the subject is acting for or by themselves so "will behold for yourself." However, it also has the same root as the Greek word "eye," so "will behold with your own eyes" comes the closest. It is a light-hearted way to make a promise about the future. CW - Confusing Word -- The "see" does not capture the word's specific meaning. WV  --Wrong Voice - The verb in the middle voice requires the concept of "yourselves/myself" as its object.

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