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If You Have a Word of Exhortation for the People, Please Speak (Acts 13:13-41) - Booty and Treasures fer All!
“Brothers, if you have a word of exhortation for the people, please speak.” Acts 13:15 (Acts 13:13-41) From Paphos, ah coastal city on tha southwest coast of Cyprus, Saul Paul, Barnabas, and John Mark sailed ter Perga. When they reached port, John Mark left tha pair ter return ter Jerusalem. Thar be much speculation as […]
Eddie Jones,
Rely On The God Of Grace
Many Jews and devout converts to Judaism followed Paul and Barnabas, and the two men urged them to continue to rely on the grace of God. Acts 13:43 One Sabba
Robin McKinley,
Jesus came to fulfill the Law and the Prophets (Matthew 5:17).
“Fulfill” in Matthew 5:17 is translated from pléroó which means to make full or complete. How did Jesus complete the Law and the Prophets?
Andries Jacobus van Niekerk,
How did Jesus fulfill “the Law and the Prophets?” (Matt 5:17-18)
“The Law and the Prophets” refer to the entire Old Testament. "Fulfill" is used to say that some event “fulfilled” a prophecy.
Andries Jacobus van Niekerk,
History of The Bible — House of David Ministries
The English word for the Bible comes from the Greek biblos and biblion and means “book” and “little books.” The Bible is also called “the Scripture,” “holy writings,” “sacred writings,” “the oracles of God,” and most descriptively, “the Word of God.”
Eric M. Teitelman,
History of The Bible — House of David Ministries
The English word for the Bible comes from the Greek biblos and biblion and means “book” and “little books.” The Bible is also called “the Scripture,” “holy writings,” “sacred writings,” “the oracles of God,” and most descriptively, “the Word of God.”
Eric M. Teitelman,

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