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  1. Literary Structures

    Scripture is the only book in existence that has literary structures. These are the evidence both Hebrew and Greek Scriptures are His word. In ± 1500 years have ± 40 writers, wrote this Scripture and it is all literary structure nevertheless.

    What are structures? We speak at the plants of the structure of branches and leaves. These are miraculously merged and show a remarkable construction. In the investigation of the nature of the elements (these are the substances from which matter ...

    Updated Nov 15th 2018 at 04:30 AM by Aristarkos

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  2. Through the cracks .

    We have a wooden deck on our property and there are cracks between the planks . Morning Glory vines are coming up between the planks , seeking the sun shine , and I keep pulling them out , but they come back . Is this the way we should be ? Should we be looking for the Son shining through the cracks in this world of ours and try our best to break through to the other side and bask in his full radiance ? Even if it requires the persistence of the morning glory ?
  3. The Importance of Proper Translation

    [HR][/HR]Our Bibles are translations, not inspired Scriptures. No matter how valuable they are for us who don't read the original languages (Chaldee, Hebrew and Greek) and no matter how well the translaters meant, important truths have been lost while translating.
    This is not something I made up, for this reason others who noted the same created concordances and lexicons for us to use. The importance of proper translation can be seen from the following samples:

    [B]1. Not - Nowise[/B] ...
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  4. Was the Jubilee Year an Ancient Calendar Formula?

    There has been debate among biblical scholars concerning the Jubilee year inaugurated after Israel’s release from Egypt. It appears to be the last year in a cycle of fifty, hence our popular anniversary events which are celebrated every fifty years. However, a significant minority of authorities disagree with the said length of time. They point out that Jubilee was part of a broader sabbatical system, necessarily divisible by seven. Judah the Prince, a second century rabbi and chief editor of ...

    Updated Jan 2nd 2017 at 05:04 PM by Cyberseeker

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  5. 89. Who I am created to be

    I wrote this three years ago as an answer to a homework assignment while attending college at the time...

    Who am I/who was I created to be:


    Who am I? What a great question and while I can blunder through a ton of words to describe who I am, I will say this… without God, I am nothing. I don’t even want to be known for who I am because when you boil me down, who I am would be quite embarrassing to show to the world. However, since surrendering to Jesus Christ ...
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