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I am called to, "Teach the Word of the Lord; sing it to the nations loud and clear."
I enjoy inductive Bible study!
I study to show myself approved unto God.
I am intent upon what Scripture says, what it means and, (though not on this site) what difference it makes.
I do not need to be right; but, I do need to discover what is right; thus, I welcome honest interaction/feedback.

e-mail: sarah.noll@frontier.com


Feb
14
comment Who was blotted out of which book in Exodus 32:33?
@Jas 3.1, I hope you do not mind my incorporating an answer to Brilliant's question into the answer to yours while I was walking around in the texts anyways.
Feb
13
comment Why should an altar be made with uncut stone?
Welcome to BH-SE! I encourage you to fill out your profile page so folks can get to know you. Your user name automatically posts at the bottom of your questions/answers and links to your profile page. Please also read through the pages of the "help" drop down box on the top right of this page. This will assist you in acclimating to the unique characteristics of the forum. Also, to assist you, there is a "?" icon to the right of answer boxes, a help link at the bottom right of the comment boxes. Finally, on the "Ask a Question" page, there is an help box to the right. Again, welcome!
Feb
13
comment In the song of Moses and Miriam, why do the words change from “water” to “earth”?
I considered Revelation 12:16 when I answered this question.
Feb
13
comment What does the word 'idols' mean in 1 John 5:21 and what exactly is idolatry?
What research have you done on this yourself. Could you edit your answer to include your research and specifically what you still wonder about?
Feb
11
comment What is the symbolism of the Song of Moses and the Song of the Lamb?
I am glad you are persistent. May the Lord assist you in finding answer to your question.
Feb
11
comment What is the symbolism of the Song of Moses and the Song of the Lamb?
Rev. 17:15 says the sea upon which John saw the harlot sitting = peoples, languages, nations and tongues. I think the righteous are are set apart from these through faith and obedience like Israel in Goshem. As for its also being the lake of fire, I do not know. I do know that Rev. 22:15 says outside the city are evil doers who love and practice a lie. We also know that outside the literal city of Jerusalem was Gehenna, a perpetually burning waste dump.
Feb
11
comment What is the symbolism of the Song of Moses and the Song of the Lamb?
@Bagpipes, Please consider accepting Wilberteric's answer. This is truly intended as an aside to compliment it.
Feb
10
comment Who is the bride of Christ?
Thank you for this answer. This is a low rated question (as is your answer, presumably because the question is poor). If you feel your answer is worthy of my improving the question I would gladly do so; I flagged the moderator for help doing so. If not I would willingly delete the question if the answer were removed. Or, if you think it is OK sitting here in case someone else wonders about it, even though it rates low, we can leave as is. What are your thoughts?
Feb
10
comment What is the symbolism of the Song of Moses and the Song of the Lamb?
@Dan, The song in Exodus is sung by Moses and the Children of Israel (presumably the males) with no particular mention of Miriam until Exodus 15:20 where Miriam and the women answer them. I think the Question should not have Miriam in it as Revelation makes no mention of Miriam.
Feb
6
comment Why is Genesis careful to record the exact dates of the flood?
+1 for venturing out on this. But why is it important that these dates be provided? Are you suggesting that it is part of a continuous timeline in the lineage? What does all that signify?
Feb
6
comment What is the “Lot” in Proverbs 16:33
You have provided another use of the word from the Old Covenant. Though the passage in Acts is written in another language, the culture about which it was written was the same--Jewish. The acts passage demonstrates that the Hebrews believed this verse in Proverbs to be true. The dots connect nicely; perhaps you could edit your answer to show it.
Feb
6
comment Noah's father Lamech and the Lord's curse
This question is well presented, shows some research effort and is intriguing.
Feb
5
comment In Heb 6:4-6, what have those once enlightened “fallen away” from?
I have also heard this method referred to as studying "Analytically" (Biblical Hermeneutics p240). It is especially helpful with the epistles because of all the run on sentences, tangents and such!
Feb
5
comment In Heb 6:4-6, what have those once enlightened “fallen away” from?
Precepts International--Structuring Workshop description
Feb
5
comment What is the name of Joseph's Tribe
If an answer is posted that you feel answers your question you can select it by clicking on the green arrow.
Feb
4
comment Genesis Lifetime Wording
life is in the lifeblood (Genesis 9:4-6; Lev. 17:10,11).
Feb
4
comment When did Baasha king of Israel come up against Asa king of Judah [apparent contradiction]?
How is this question coming? Do you have an acceptable answer yet?
Feb
4
comment In Heb 6:4-6, what have those once enlightened “fallen away” from?
What research have you already done on this? Are you familiar with the Inductive study method of structuring? Precepts International offers a seminar on it if it ever comes around you. I find this method particularly helpful with the Epistles.
Feb
2
comment When Samson posed his riddle, how were his companions supposed to guess it?
The question includes the answer to the riddle itself, but inquires how this is a fair riddle.
Feb
1
comment What language did Jesus commonly speak?
Don't let my bounty force your hand on this. I truly intend it as a way to honor both answers. If you do not select an answer I will reward the bounty to you.