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- What does it mean to curse someone?
- Is cursing someone the same as talking negatively?
- Come up with three ways of criticizing your government (local or federal) on something that you are not happy with in a constructive way. 165 more words
Imagine, for a moment, that you are an Israelite. Your parents, along with their ancestors, were slaves in Egypt. Nearly forty years ago, God freed them and brought them out into the wilderness. 884 more words
Betzalel and the Tree of Knowledge: A Lesson in Biblical Translation and Biblical Etymology (Part 3)
Today is our last post in the three part series about the special qualities Betzalel the chief artisan of the Tabernacle and its vessels received from God when He appointed him for this divine mission as recorded in Exodus 31:3. 332 more words
When we first started discussing the Book of Exodus, I mentioned that a new phase of history had begun! The Children of Israel were no longer just a family but rather had become a ‘people’ – and a ‘people’ requires a new style and type of leadership, the type of leadership demonstrated by Moses. 237 more words