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Tip of the Day, May 2

May 2 – Ps. 113:2; “Blessed be the name of the LORD from this time forth and for evermore.” 75 more words


Tip of the Day, May 1

May 1 – Ps. 90:2; “Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God.” 154 more words


Apostles in the Bible

I have been pondering the idea of apostles for the last couple weeks. I have been thinking about how we view apostles today and if that lines up with how Scripture describes apostles. 1,573 more words

How To Study The Bible

Notes: thirty [thalāthīn] and forty [arbaʿīn]

Thalāthīn is in the same form as shayāṭīn (2/14) and jalābīb (33/59).  Thalāthīn appears to be a plural or continuous form of thalāthat, similar to how shayāṭīn is a plural of shayṭānun. 282 more words

Thā Lām Thā

rā bā ʿayn: possible meanings and usages

The root for the word “four,” has a significant number of entries that have nothing to do with numbers. 158 more words

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thā lām thā: possible meanings and usages

One of the meanings of the verb thalatha is, “he took the third (of the goods)” (Lane, vol. 1, p. 347). The number three is the main meaning associated with the root thā lām thā, but more generally it might denote unbalancing something which was balanced or equal. 56 more words

Thā Lām Thā

Gospel: A Focal Point in the Roman Epistle (5)

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Studying the words euangelion and euangelizo within the book of Romans has been of great value based on three primary areas of rationale. 627 more words