In the King James version 639 words appear just 4 times the ones which begin with an 'E' are .
the word - earthy - appears 4 times .
the word - easy - appears 4 times .
the word - edges - appears 4 times .
the word - edification - appears 4 times .
the word - Egyptian's - appears 4 times ....
291 times. Genesis 16:7 The angel of the LORD found Hagar near a spring in the desert; it was the spring that is beside the road to Shur. Genesis 16:6-8 (in Context) Genesis 16 (Whole Chapter) Genesis 16:9 Then the angel of the LORD told her, "Go back to your mistress and submit to her." Genesis...
139 times. Genesis 3:3 but God did say, 'You must not eat fruit from the tree that is in the middle of the garden, and you must not touch it, or you will die.' " Genesis 3:2-4 (in Context) Genesis 3 (Whole Chapter) Genesis 20:6 Then God said to him in the dream, "Yes, I know you did this with a...
A: We can not really say where the Epistle of James was written.Tradition holds that it was written by James the brother of Jesus,in which case it must have been written before his death in theearly sixties, probably in or around Jerusalem. However, only themost conservative scholars continue to...
In general the thing it talks about every verse is Jesus Christ. It also talks about how we should live and what we should to do if we want to have peace in our lives and in the next life.
Greek was the language of the eastern parts of the Roman Empire, with the exception of the Palestinian Jews, who steadfastly stayed with Aramaic, the lingua franc a of the old Persian Empire. All the New Testament authors were Greek speakers and they wrote for a Greek-speaking audience. Even Paul...
The Southwestern CO startd selling Bibles just after the Civil War, so it would be from that time forward as a target date. As to how to correspond the years to various editions, im not sure about.
I could be wrong, but I believe that it's in reference to theangels who guard the tree of eternal life.
Psalms is the most-read book of the Bible and it's the one Jesusquotes most often.
The tribal arrangement in Israel was based on descent from the 12sons of Jacob. These twelve family heads produced the "twelvetribes of Israel." Two Tribes made up the Northern Kingdom ofIsarel, Judah and Benjamin. The other 10 Tribes made up theSouthern Kingdom of Israel. 1 Kings 11:29-38
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John was a disciple of Jesus. As time went on Jesus, changed John's name to Mark. Just as he did with Simon of Jonas; He change his name to Peter.
With its variants in the King James Version (KJV), Zaccur, Zacher,Zechariah, Zachariah, that would be 'Zacharias.' In the HebrewFirst Covenant Scriptures (Tanakh) that name is simply 'ZekharYah';and in the Aramaic Renewed Covenant Scriptures (Brith Kadasha),'ZakharYah.'
pernicious basically means sinful or destructive.
No it doesn't say Noah lived in Ur. I believe you're thinking of Abra(ha)m.
Mark 5:41: and he ( Jesus ) took the little girl by the hand (NIV)...and said, " Little girl, I say to you arise." This is anallegory of Jesus raising the dead.
The word "Vision" appears 55 times in the KJV. I won't name all the scriptures but I can name a few. Daniel 9:24 Habakkuk 2:2,3 Acts 16:9,10 Isaiah 1:1 Genesis 15:1 Daniel 7:2 Daniel 8:2 Mathew 17:9 Revelation 9:17 Numbers 12:6 Hope this helped.
It was originally written in Hebrew.
I believe in one of the four gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John) we are referred to as sheep and He [God] is our shepherd. See also: What are some examples of metaphors in the Bible? Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_some_examples_of_metaphors_in_the_Bible#ixzz26vwfifkJ
In Judaism it is called Bereshit Elohim. Before Christianity booksof the Old Testament ( Tanakh ) were just called by the fist couplewords. Bereshit Elohim is Hebrew for In the beginning God...
In Judaism, the earliest manuscripts were the prophetic books thatwere written by the prophets themselves. At the death of each ofthe prophets, the original manuscript was deposited with theSanhedrin, which was the high court of Torah-sages in the Templepremises. This is why the first Torah-scroll,...
That would be hard to say. Jesus stood on a mount to deliver His"Sermon On The Mount". Pictures depict early church fathers on ahigh platform so that they could be heard better.
The RSV, the Catholic version being the rsv-ce (catholic edition). This is the primary English Catholic translation. Another accepted is the older Douay-Rheims (1609). For Protestants, there is no real set upon translations. Some churches still prefer to only use the King James Version (the AV) ,...
Protestants use a Bible with 39 books in the Old Testament.
Eli was a Priest and Judge of Israel; his sons were Phinehas andHophni. He put his sons above God, because Eli would not controlthem. God cursed Eli's descendants with short lives. See I Samuel2;12-36 for this interesting story regarding consequences fordisobedience to God.
By doing what the bible says and putting it into practice. (Luke 6)
That would be Adam in the story of creation in Genesis.
They don't. They use all the books in the Hebrew Bible. The firstfive are simply a special part called the Pentateuch.
Reading the Bible or any good book is very valuable for the homecircle in that it creates a stronger bond within the family.Studies show that families who do group activities such as thisform a stronger love, and encourages communication with one anothertoo.
Answer The magi only appear in Matthew's Gospel.
In order they are : Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers,Deuteronomy
The second American President, John Adams rejected the biblical divinity of Jesus and did not believe that God intervened in the affairs of individuals. The third American President, Thomas Jefferson, also rejected the divinity of Jesus and questioned the miracles of the New Testament, while...
10 Jesus called together his twelve disciples. He gave them thepower to force out evil spirits and to heal every kind of diseaseand sickness. 2 The first of the twelve apostles was Simon, betterknown as Peter. His brother Andrew was an apostle, and so wereJames and John, the two sons of Zebedee. 3...
The word "sing" is in the King James Version of the Bible 119times. It is in 102 verses.
Twice. Once in Isaiah : 7:14 Behold a young woman shall conceive,and bear a son, and shall call him Immanuel (Emmanuel). And once inMatthew 1:23 Behold ...shall call his name Emmanuel, which beinginterpreted is, God is with us. According to some theologians thisword, Emmanuel is a title, and not a...
There are fourteen thousand, nine hundred and forty-nine words inthe King James Version Gospel of Saint Mark. These are divided intosix hundred and seventy-eight verses across sixteen chapters.
To answer this question you need to get a strongs exhaustive concordance and look up the term and then count the references
1 Thessalonians is believed to be the first epistle written by Paul, although some scholars doubt whether it was really written by Paul, but instead written some time after his death, using his name. The next epistle was probably Galatians. He then wrote his letters to the Corinthians. These...
Jesus gave His apostles the authority, to preach all around the world. Jesus did this by sending them the Holy Spirit. After Jesus' death, the apostles were afraid to be killed, so they stayed in a small home. One day the Holy Spirit appeared in the form of tongues on fire. After this, all twelve...
As far as I know, according to Kosher law God has not purified theunclean foods. I don't agree with any New Testament verses that Godwould purify anything He has deemed unclean.
Jesus predicted and provided 1:1-4:13 Jesus preaching and practicing the Grace of God.4:14-9:50 Jesus pressing toward the Performance of His Passion9:51-22:71 Jesus pouring out the Passion of His Heart 23 Jesus' Profession Perfected 24
I found nothing that refers to a mile-stone, but perhaps you areasking about a millstone. Matthew 18:6; Jesus is speaking on aparable about children. He says,"But whoever causes one of theselittle ones who believe in me to stumble (sin) , it would be betterfor him to have a great millstone tied...
The word thanks and its variations are used several timesthroughout the Bible. The number of time this word is found in theBible is forty times.
This is Jesus' way of instructing people how to pray. Prayer doesnot have to be long and drawn out, but short and simple. Since Godis supposed to be omnipotent and omnipresent, He already knows thedetails of one's prayer requests.
No specific ages are given in scripture.
Their names were common names for the time period. Example: Jude,Judas, Jesus are all variations of the same name.
Any good Bible historian will tell you the Genesis creation storyis not written to be taken as fact. It was just a good place tostart a big story. It was probably borrowed from other similarcreation tales of tha same time period.
Yes, as a matter of fact, the number of seventy is brought up numerous times throughout the whole text of the Old and New testament. For a list of scriptures in which it is found in the King James translation of the Bible, visit: http://scriptures.lds.org/en/search?type=words&last=seventy&help=...
It is mentioned 61 times from Genesis 4:24 to Luke 10:17.
The Old Testament is important to the jewish people as they arelooking for their messiah to end wars, famine, prejudice, and toset up a utopian world.
That was Sarah the wife of Abraham, who according to Genesis wasninety years old when she gave birth to Isaac (Genesis 17:17).
Numbers 1:44-47; 2:32- Census at Mount Sinai. Numbers 26:1, 2, 51-Census on the plains of Moab. 2 Samuel 24:1- David's illegal census.
No such thing as a holiness code.
There were twelve judges who some were in a different tribe which were named in the book of Judges. The men were: 1. Shamgar, the son of Anath from the tribe of Levi 2. Othoniel, the son of Kenaz from the tribe of Judah 3. Ibzan, from the tribe of Judah 4. Samson, the son of Manoah from the tribe of...
No one "inspired" the stories in the Bible. Every one of them except where told otherwise are 100% true. Each was written by a different disciple of Jesus, the name of who can usually be found in the title of that book of the Bible (as in Peter wrote Peter, John wrote John). The Bible is divided...
There is no such word in the Bible.
Approximately 2 billion Christians believe so. Approximately 4 billion non-Christians do not think so. And before anyone else adds, please know that there is no "proof" on a God question. The numbers of believers and non-believers have been cited, so there is no need to break out the skeptic - or...
The New Testament contains the Book of Hebrews.
They are the traditional authors of the four gospels, the first 4 books of the New Testament, and their book is named after tham.
Neither. Genesis chapter 12 contains two early Hebrew traditions written down by an anonymous source now known as the Yahwist. Parallel, but somewhat different traditions from another author now known as the Elohist, were written down elsewhere in Genesis. The combinations of similarities and...
Acts 13:33, Hebrews 1:5, and Hebrews 5:5.
The following are the biblical verses that start with love: .
Psalms 31:23 - Love Jehovah, all you who are loyal to him!Jehovah protects the faithful, But he repays exceedingly anyoneshowing haughtiness. .
Romans 13:10 - Love does not work evil to one's neighbor;therefore, love is the law's...
I don't think it does appear.
While Luke 4:10 references the "year of the Lord's favor" theabbreviation AD does not appear in the Bible. AD is an abbreviationfrom Anno Domini which translates "in the year of our Lord". Thisis typically a reference in calendars since the time of Christ orshortly thereafter.
That is hotly debated topic. It is related to the doctrine of predestination, and would advocate the double-predestination position which says that God chose some folks to be saved and chose others to be condemned. There are passages in the Bible that say some people are lost - for example, the...
The major prophets writing is lengthy than the minor prophets. Isaiah is referred to as the miniature bible.
The word "Christian" is found three times in the Bible. The firstis found in Acts chapter 11, verse 26. The second is located inActs chapter 26, verse 28. The third and final reference is inFirst Peter, chapter 4, verse 16. It was originally a derisive termwhich in Koine Greek means "Little Christ."...
The word "higher" is in the King James Version of the Bible 21 times. It is in 18 verses. Please see the related link below.
Jesus was talking to the Jews while in Bethesda after he had cured a blind on Sabbath Day. This verse is found in John 5:28
365 times and theirs 365days in a year
There are 23,145 verses in the Old Testament and 7,958 verses in the New Testament.
The Bible was written by over 40 different people, on 3 continents, in 3 different languages, over the course of approximately 1,500 years.
No! dancing has been around as long as human life has existed.
The son of Hannah in the Old Testament was Samuel.
25 times Genesis 12:16 He treated Abram well for her sake, and Abram acquired sheep and cattle, male and female donkeys, menservants and maidservants, and camels. Genesis 12:15-17 (in Context) Genesis 12 (Whole Chapter) Genesis 16:12 He will be a wild donkey of a man; his hand will be...
"Cockatrice" (a poisonous snake) is mentioned four times in the King James version: Isaiah 11:8 Isaiah 14:29 Isaiah 59:5 Jeremiah 8:17 More modern translations use the word "viper."
Some people want to interpret the Bible literally, but it shouldonly be looked at as a collection of history, allegories, andmetaphores, and stories.
The writing of the Bible was done over a period of more than 1600years with the first book Genesis being completed around 1513 B.C.to the book of Revelation in 96 A.D.
James, along with his brother John served as one of Jesus 12apostles. Together they were known as the "Sons of Thunder,"possibly due to their zeal in fulfilling theocratic assignments.(Mr 3:17) James was privileged to be one of Jesus' close associatesalong with his brother and Peter. (Mt 17:1, 2; Lu...
Approximately in the center. Stand the Bible on it's binding, open the book right down the middle, and you should find Psalms. Proverbs is right after Psalms.
Judges 6-7 in the Bible characterize the story of Gideon. He isrecorded as winning a significant battle with 300 men (at God'sdirection.)
Judas Iscariot (one of Jesus' disciples) was paid 30 shekels to betray Jesus.
Matthew 5:22 But I say unto you, That whosoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of the judgment: and whosoever shall say to his brother, Raca, shall be in danger of the council: but whosoever shall say, Thou fool, shall be in danger of hell fire.
it is because number of days in a month.
yes he will listen only if u believe hes listening
That no scientist, no theory, no decades of scientific testing and research could ever know more than the word of god, which is laid out in his book, the Bible. You do not need to have spent 8 years at Harvard, Cambridge, Stanford, etc studying astrophysics, quantum mechanics, molecular biology,...
"Even the man at peace with me, one whom I trusted,Who was eatingmy bread, has lifted his heel against me." (Psalms 41:9) "For it is not an enemy who taunts me;Otherwise I could put up withit.It is not a foe who has risen up against me;Otherwise I couldconceal myself from him.â¯But it is you, a...