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answered Who are the “kings of the earth”?
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accepted Does Christ return to Heaven after the thousand year reign, and then return to earth after the seventh trumpet?
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accepted In book of Revelation is the fifth angel the first angel to sound his trumpet?
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accepted Does Babylon get 'attacked twice' on the 'Day of the Lord.'
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accepted When Job curses the day he was born in Chapter 3, does he curse God?
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comment In the Garden of Eden ,did the temperature fall,after the “fall of man”?
@Stacey-as much as i would like to agree with you,i cannot find a scripture that speaks about an animal sacrifice being used by God in the Garden of Eden to cover their sin.It is an assumption.
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comment In the Garden of Eden ,did the temperature fall,after the “fall of man”?
@Stacey- What was the point in God removing the fig leaves that Adam and Eve used to cover the "right bits" to hide their nakedness,only to replace the fig leaves with animal skins? Genesis 3:7 Then the eyes of both of them were opened, and they realized they were naked; so they sewed fig leaves together and made coverings for themselves.
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asked In the Garden of Eden ,did the temperature fall,after the “fall of man”?
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comment Plants created before the sun?
You have a valid point.Plants cannot photosynthesize without the rays from the sun.
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accepted Why is “bloods,” translated as “blood,” in Genesis 4:10?
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comment Why is “bloods,” translated as “blood,” in Genesis 4:10?
Hebrews 12:24 is certainly relevant for understanding of my question.
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comment Why is “bloods,” translated as “blood,” in Genesis 4:10?
@ gideon marx, My question has its "root," in this question-hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/16991/…
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comment Why is “bloods,” translated as “blood,” in Genesis 4:10?
@Jonathan Chell-I understand your comment Re: 'your brother's (singular) bloods (plural). Worth thinking about is, Abel spoke through the sacrifice and in the same way (prophecy),he speaks through "the blood," only blood is plural, so in "prophecy," Abel is speaking "through the bloods."
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