Trusting, Faith, Calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #15 Exposition before the Creator

Exposition before the Creator Our prayer life leaves us entirely exposed before that Creator whose name is to be hallowed. We reverence His name, ask for him to come, plead for help physically, and acknowledge our desperate inadequacies. We should be hoping that Jehovah God reveals Himself to us so that we get to know… Read More Trusting, Faith, Calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #15 Exposition before the Creator

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Trusting, Faith, Calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #14 Prayer #12 The other name

The other name To speak directly to the Son, in the manner of some churches, is not honouring to him, because he has instructed that we should approach the Father. On the other hand to ignore the Son in our approach to God is also not honouring to the Father, because it is recorded that… Read More Trusting, Faith, Calling and Ascribing to Jehovah #14 Prayer #12 The other name

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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 #3: chapters 21-26

Job and his friends agreed that God is omnipotent, omniscient, has all the wisdom and strength, is just, and perfectly good. They could bring forwards that an omniscient being knows every way in which evils can come into existence and has  the power to prevent that evil from coming into existence. God can just say… Read More Fragments from the Book of Job #3: chapters 21-26

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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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Fragments from the Book of Job #1: chapters 1-12

Fragments from the story of Job or Jobab (Job 42:17) and its numerous exegeses attempting to address the problem of evil. (Highlights ours, in purpose for the study on suffering and Gods hand in it. But please take your translation at hand and read the full chapters.) Brenton Translation 1851 by Lancelot Brenton Job Chapters… Read More Fragments from the Book of Job #1: chapters 1-12

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