Dit is die enigste ware doop wat daar in die tyd van die die Disippels van Jesus gebruik was.Maar die mense het die bybel so verdraai om by hulle babeloniese stelsel te pas en die ware doop uit te skyf ondersoek n bietjie hierdie volgende
BRITANNICA ENCYCLOPEDIA, 11TH edition, Vol 3, Pg 365-366
The baptismal formula was changed from the name of Jesus Christ to the words Father, Son, & Holy Ghost by the Catholic Church in the second century.
BRITANNICA ENCYCLOPEDIA, Vol 3, Pg 82
in the oldest sources it states that baptism took place in the name of Jesus Christ.
CANNEY ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RELIGION, Pg 53
The early church always baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus until development of Trinity doctrine
in the 2nd century.
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA, Vol 2, Pg 263
Here the Catholics acknowledged that baptism was changed by the Catholic Church.
SIEN DIE PROBLEEM IS MENSE VERANDER DIE BYBEL OM BY DIE MENS TE PAS.
In Afrikaans, there is no tradition of using this name, so you are free to choose your own pronunciation. Persoonlike name word nie verander in een taal of 'n ander. Die naam is onverandered, en net die uitspraak sal verafrikaans word.
No Jesus met peter near the river mending his net with his brother Andrew.
Librado Net died on 1964-11-02.
Jesus was walking alongside the sea of Galilee (Matthew 4:18-20)
I don't know about the "your" part, but "Net die een vir my" is a song in the Afrikaans language of South Africa.
actually it refers to the number of fish caught in the net when Jesus told Peter and the 6 other Disciples to throw the net over the Right side of the boat. When the came to Jesus and they brought the fish out they counted there were 153 fish.
Probably with nets and some sort of bait inside the net.
we do net get enough nutrition and energy
How much do or die worth
A net is when you take a 3-d object apart that is the net.
sea lions die if the weather changes or they are caught in a fishing net
Mt:4:18: And Jesus, walking by the sea of Galilee, saw two brethren, Simon called Peter, and Andrew his brother, casting a net into the sea: for they were fishers.