In the following link we have the King James Bible with Strong’s Dictionary. I have a question regarding the Greek word charitoo; see Strong’s 5487:
Every time (with the exception of Luke 1:28) - the Greek word charitoo is translated into English, we see the word grace as can be verified by going to the aforementioned link and clicking on every verse that contains Strong’s 5487.
Why is charitoo, in Strong’s #5487 translated as grace 27 out of 28 times, to the exclusion of Luke 1:28, where charitoo is instead, translated as “Hail thou that art highly favoured?”
Why the exception with Luke 1:28?