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I think mystery is the power, the love, the strength, the joy we have in Christ in spite of the circumstances we are in since the world doesn't understand the concept that God can live in us. It seems like a mystery to them when Christians can rejoice when we are persecuted or forgive when the enemy hurts us. It is mystery to the world that we have the ...


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Hebrew roots shows seemingly unconnected words that one will learn are divinely connected. Shabbat shares roots with "sheva" which means "7" and sheb'ou'aw which means "oath" and "shebet" which is a branch or scion or stick for writing or ruling, and shaba, which mean to have plenty. By the same token, with Hebrew being a picture language, "Torah," an ...


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Rashi cites the Midrash Bereshit Rabba (80:11) as saying that this was a son of Simeon with his sister Dena. the son of the Canaanitess: The son of Dinah, who had been possessed by a Canaanite. When they killed Shechem, Dinah did not want to leave until Simeon swore to her that he would marry her -[Gen. Rabbah (80:11)]. The Midrash Bereshit Rabba cites ...



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