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Barnaby is a Medieval English form of Barnabas, the Greek form of an Aramaic name of uncertain meaning though it could mean “son of the prophet” or perhaps “son of encouragement” or “son of consolation”. 31 more words


Peace be with you

“Peace be with you” said Jesus twice to his deciples

This is how we start our first entry to this blog.

Maybe some of you don’t know what was that alphabet at above. 207 more words

The Name of Mary

Today, on the 12th of September, the Roman Church celebrates the Feast of the Most Holy Name of the Blessed Virgin Mary that was instituted in 1684 by Pope Innocent XI to commemorate the victory at the… 1,021 more words


King Darius declares universal peace and prosperity (Dan 6:25-6:25)

“Then King Darius wrote

To all the people,

To all the nations,

Of every language,


The whole world.

‘May you have

Abundant prosperity.’”

This King Darius of Medes sent a decree to all the people and countries on the earth, no matter what their language. 21 more words

Through the Fire - Part 2: Characteristics of Salman Al Farisi

This is part 2 from a series of three articles summarizing the amazing lecture given by Sheikh Omar Suleiman at Masjid Wilayah Kuala Lumpur on 22nd July 2017, about Salman Al Farisi RA. 453 more words

For The Soul

Being Jewish, Writing Greek

Via Earl Fontainelle – the schedule for the upcoming conference, Being Jewish, Writing Greek, has been posted. Looks like a very promising conference on many levels. 810 more words