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You aren't going to like this answer, but ... please be gentle! The "Kosher" Answer: Perhaps this was in reference to Holy, Holy, Holy, in Isaiah 6:1 The Un-Kosher Answer: References to the Messiah, as "the Holy One", can be found in the First Book of Enoch, Chapter 1. The canonization of Scripture obviously did not occur until well after the ...


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In the bible days, vinegar was also used as a detergent. The Roman soldiers had no spiritual inclination of that fact and that when Jesus came down, He was without sin and before he died & returned to the Father, He had to be in the same state of being cleansed! Marinate on THAT!


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but to sit at my right or left is not for me to grant. These places belong to those for whom they have been prepared. Mark 10:40 What is interesting here, is that Jesus does not deny the existence of these 'positions', nor that they will be granted for two specific individuals. This is of profound significance. While one clearly sees that Jesus ...


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First one must ask the question? what then is missing from this equation ...Jesus is the Son of the Father ... A Son and a Father needs a Mother .. To complete the family ... The Father is a spirit and Son is flesh of a women and the spirit of the Father therefore the women is of flesh .. Jesus mention that the person on the left is a servant .. And the ...


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The healing power didn't flow out until she touched his garment. More specifically, Matthew 9:20 says that she touched the “hem” of his garment. The Greek word for hem in this case is kraspedon1 which also means “tassle.” Before I proceed any further, a little backtracking into the book of Malachi is helpful. Malachi 4:2 says “the Sun of righteousness will ...


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John Dominic Crossan explains in The Birth of Christianity, page 106, that there is wide agreement that Mark 5:21-43 is an example of Markan intercalation. Intercalation, a literary structure also simply known as 'sandwich', is a technique used more effectively by the author of Mark's Gospel than by any other known author in antiquity. Intercalation involves ...


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Attempting to ascertain the root of the question, the following observations can certainly be made. First, they are "intertwined" on the basis of timing. Jesus was on the way to heal Jairus' daughter, and was interupted. Then, in v35, while he was still speaking (apparently to the woman who interrupted his journey), Jairus is told his daughter is now ...



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