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It seems to me that there are two interconnected problems raised by the formulation of the question. I think it would help to disentangle them: "meek" v. "humble" The question of contrasting "meek" and "humble" is bound up with changing English usage. "meek" tends to be somewhat quaint in usage, and certainly not so prevalent in English usage as it once ...


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I do read the bible but I dont know a lot about this area. With my own spiritual awareness...I Infer that...Moses probably didnt marry an Israelite, but she was black...and perhaps would accept the teaching so to speak. So, It was not seen as an intermarriage, but rather another black person from another area. A lot of people dont know what God is trying to ...


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I agree with most responses and all have some elements of truth which I've enjoyed a lot :). However, I see some scriptures have been missed altogether and just wanted to share them with you all. As some others have stated purple is the color of royalty: When Mordecai left the king’s presence, he was wearing royal garments of blue and white, a large ...


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There is much to be understood, before explaining what the testimony actually is; Since the Hebrews had been enslaved in Egypt they had forgotten how to serve God, and God; through Moses; was teaching them how he was to be worshipped. We must begin in the book of Exodus and build up to answering your question. All Scripture is quoted from the King James ...


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The Idea in Brief The inverted nuns (“isolated nun,” or nun hafukkah) in the Masoretic Text of the Aleppo Codex and those found in the Leningrad Codex are not consistent in Psalm 107. In the former, the inverted nuns are aligned to verses 23-28 and 40, and in the latter, the inverted nuns are aligned to verses 21-26 and 40. In other words, Psalm 107 ...


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This was taken from the Shabbat Tractate of the Babylonian Talmud(Mishna): The rabbis taught: Before the passage [Numb. x. 35]: "And it came to pass when the ark set forward, that Moses said, etc.," and at the close of the next verse, the Holy One, blessed be He, made signs (the inverted letter Nun, which must be inserted in the Scroll) in order to ...


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The question as posed has done pretty much all the "homework" already! Here is how they look in Codex Leningrad: In the scholarly literature, a fairly authoritative answer comes from Israel Yeivin's discussion in Introduction to the Tiberian Masorah (Scholars Press, 1985), § 81 (pp. 46-7) as well as Emanuel Tov, Textual Criticism of the Hebrew Bible (Van ...



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