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In my opinion there is the difference between 'seeing' and 'entering it' and here is my logical explanation. In example in: 2 Kings 6:17 (NIV): And Elisha prayed, "Open his eyes, LORD, so that he may see." Then the LORD opened the servant's eyes, and he looked and saw the hills full of horses and chariots of fire all around Elisha. or: 2 Kings ...


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Leviticus 19:28 (Tyndale Version): Ye shall not rent youre flesh for any soules sake, nor printe any markes apon you: I am the Lorde. In Biblical terminology and definition, the word "soul," it is pertaining to living person, Genesis 2:7 in other words soul is not dead but it is animated body or an alive person...


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(this is why I called myself 'Hello', I like to start by saying it, )....Hello! I would like to reply to your question with this additional information that I came across because I have pondered what you are pondering. Do you recall what Jesus said when talking about his upcoming death, to his disciples? He said, "for three days and three nights will the ...


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The Idea in Brief The Masoretic Text does not indicate here the appearance of the consecutive waw with the Hebrew verb יָשַׁב (to dwell) but instead the consecutive waw with the Hebrew verb שׁוּב (to return). This conclusion comes from the marginalia of the Masoretic Text, which is the Massorah Parva. Discussion The Masoretic Text of the verse appears as ...



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