What Is The Septuagint?

by Jack Wellman
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What is the Septuagint? Why is it important that we know? The Latin Language Basically, the Septuagint is the Greek version of the Old Testament with the word “Septuagint” coming from the Latin septuaginta (interpretes), meaning “seventy” or “seventy interpreters,” and is a translation of the Hebrew into the Latin language or Latin Vulgate. This […]

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The Father’s Mandate: 8 Things to Consider from the Bible

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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We live in a time when having a father in the home is not valued as it used to be. However, it is very clear that despite arguments to the contrary, all children that do not have the influence of a father in their life will suffer some sort of adverse effects. We will look […]

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Why Is The Tribe Of Dan Missing In The Book Of Revelation?

by Jack Wellman
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The Tribe of Dan is missing in the Book of Revelation, so why are they not there? The Twelve Tribes When Israel grew into a nation while being in captivity or slavery in Egypt, they still managed to retain their identity so each of the twelve tribes would be separated when they entered into the […]

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Amazing KJV Bible Verses About Anger and Wrath

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Everyone gets angry, right? Though it is normal to feel angry sometimes, it is not okay to let anger build into an uncontrollable rage (wrath) or even become bitterness. The Bible has much to say about wrath and anger, let’s take a look at some amazing KJV Bible verses about anger and wrath. God Gets […]

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Was Jesus The God Of The Old Testament?

by Jack Wellman
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Was Jesus the God Who was present in the Old Testament? Or, was it the Father or the Holy Spirit? The Angel of the Lord An angel simply means “messenger of God,” and frequently in the Old Testament, God sent His holy angels to do His bidding, but a few times it was God Who […]

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How Can You Honor Parents That Are Hard To Honor?

by Jack Wellman
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How is it possible to honor your parents if they are bad parents or less-than-honorable? The Ten Commandments By now, the Ten Commandments have been removed from most public places, but God never removed them, and they are still as much in effect today as they were in the day in which God wrote them. […]

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The Motherhood of Mary of Nazareth

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Mary of Nazareth, a simple Jewish girl, was selected by God to carry out a very special task. It was her mission in life to bring forth a child with the name of Jesus, the Savior of the world (Matthew 1:21; Luke 1:31). She was chosen to deliver the Deliverer. She was a special mother […]

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How Christians Might Be Hurting Someone By Helping Someone

by Jack Wellman
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How can helping someone actually be hurting someone? Can helping someone end up as enabling someone? Help the Hurting Jesus said we should clothe the naked and give food to the hungry, so the command to help others shouldn’t be a surprise for Christians. That is our calling. Jesus once said, “For I was hungry […]

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How To Respond To Persecution Jesus’ Way

by Jack Wellman
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How did Jesus respond to persecution? How does He expect us to respond when we are persecuted? Expect It If you are surprised by persecution, then you (like I once did) didn’t know enough of the Bible because all believers will be persecuted and hated for Jesus’ names sake. The Apostle Paul writes that “all […]

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Why is Hebrews Chapter 11 Called the Hall of Faith?

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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There are no shortages of sermons, songs, and sonnets about faith. In fact, if you were to ask people what the word faith means you might get a variety of answers that describe a trusting or belief in something. However, to fully understand faith, a good place to study is Hebrews 11, which has been […]

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