Yeah, I know where it's at but I couldn't find your quote anywhere. You can participate in this thread but I simply don't have time for these chase your tail conversations (and I say that generally speaking, that isn't directed at you).I'll take you through the clicks --2 ways to do it - Bible.org>>Net Bible>>the left side of the page, choose the translation, the book of the bible and the chapter, on the right side click on Greek (It defaults to the study notes); if you don't read Greek, hover over the word you want to know about on the left hand side and it will highlight on the corresponding word on the Greek side as well as give you the lexicon definitions. I think the quote came from the note section which I presume was done by the authors of the NET bible. I believe Daniel Wallace has a lead role in the writing of the NET bible.
Or you can go the Net Bible first.
It has tons of articles to read. I can see how you could have spent some time there.
I'll get back to responding to the rest of your post later. Busy early part of the day for me.