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ELS April 18, 2017 at 1:53 am

Please note that the word Na-Va-L (pronounced differently than Naval / Nay-Val which refers to marines) which appears in Psalms 14:1 (I looked at the original in Hebrew) does NOT translate to “fool” but to something much closer to “Villain”.

Here are the translation suggestions to the word “נבל” according to the online Hebrew-English dictionary “Morfix”:

vile person, miscreant, scoundrel, villain ; (cinema) “bad guy”

Scott Dana Johnson August 27, 2020 at 8:31 am

It astonishes to realize how minutely these verses describe American Evangelical’s false messiah, Trump 🙁 Well, it takes a real fool to elect a babbling fool like Trump to the most powerful post on the planet, a thing the evangelicals here seem prepared to do again in 2020 in the same very large numbers as in 2016. The Bible says fools don’t learn from their mistakes, and that in fact, they return to their foolish ways as a dog returns to its vomit. Sad.

Jack Wellman August 27, 2020 at 8:34 am

Hello Scott. I am sorry you are so angry at Christians that you are misquoting the Bible and bashing the president, when Scripture tells us to pray for those who are in authority over us. You need to repent of this bitterness aand believe in Jesus. Right now, you write like the world writes…anger, hatred and such.





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