Extra verses to memorise John 11:25-26 Believing in the light, resurrection and the life

“25 Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth on me, though he die, yet shall he live; 26 and whosoever liveth and believeth on me shall never die. Believest thou this?” (Joh 11:25-26 ASV) * To remember Joh 1:4 In him was life; and the life was the… Read More Extra verses to memorise John 11:25-26 Believing in the light, resurrection and the life

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Today’s thought “Whoever is not with me …” (March 19)

Today’s thought “Whoever is not with me …” (March 19) Jesus spoke in parables, stories that were not necessarily factual because their purpose was to drive home some principle about the spiritual meaning of life. In Luke 10 we encounter some one word parables and phrases that are so obviously not literal. He did many… Read More Today’s thought “Whoever is not with me …” (March 19)

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Is Hell-fire something to fear

Lots of Christian who think the hell is a place of eternal torture do forget that Jesus was three days in hell and that Israel’s patriarch Jacob was convinced he would also go to hell. In this article we look at the real biblical meaning of sheol, hades or hell. According to the bible sheol or the grave is the abode or place were both righteous and wicked remain until the call of Jesus at the Last Days and the resurrection of the dead.… Read More Is Hell-fire something to fear

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Sheol, Sheool, Sjeool, Hades, Hell, Grave, Tomb, Sepulchre

Sheol (“Sheool”, “Sjeool”), Hades Under the tags “graf” = “grave, tomb, sepulchre” you will find links to articles about the place to put away, stow away or store dead bodies, corpses or  cadavers. Under those words you shall be able to find more information about those “opbergplaatsen or “opbergruimten” storage areas/rooms or vaults as well… Read More Sheol, Sheool, Sjeool, Hades, Hell, Grave, Tomb, Sepulchre

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Fragments from the Book of Job #2: chapters 12-20

Etymologically the name Job could be related to the Hebrew word for “enemy,” with reference to either Job’s attitude to God or his response to suffering. The name might also be a contracted form of “Where is my father?” In Fragments from the Book of Job #1: chapters 1-12 we could find the blameless and upright… Read More Fragments from the Book of Job #2: chapters 12-20

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