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Perhaps a slight (grammatically sound) rearranging of the phrase might help clarify: let the outworking of your salvation be with fear and trembling, A few clues from the context tell us this phrasing (and hence meaning) are correct: "Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed.." Paul was directing this letter to those who had "always ...


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As stated above, it would have been impossible for Paul, writing in the first half of the first century, to quote the Talmud. However, As it is Written: Studying Paul's Use of Scripture, edited by Porter and Stanley, contains a number of essays that look at Paul's use of the Hebrew scriptures. Paul's references were to the Greek Septuagint, and are ...


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hiskingdomprophecy.com/heaping-coals has a couple of interesting interpretations, one of which I had heard previously. They quote Kenneth Samuel Wuest (1893-1962): “In Bible times an oriental needed to keep his hearth fire going all the time in order to insure fire for cooking and warmth. If it went out, he had to go to a neighbour for some live coals of ...



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