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comment Was there some connection between barley bread and Gideon in the mind of the Midianites?
Bonnie - thank you for the update. I added the hyperlinks to verses, so that others can see them. Please take time to see the hyperlinks and see if you can introduce hyperlinks yourself into your own comments. If you need help in hyperlinking, please click on the question mark or search function in order to see how you can include hyperlinks into you responses. Thanks!
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reviewed Reviewed What are the crooked things that can't be made straight? (Ecclesiastes 1:15)
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comment What are the crooked things that can't be made straight? (Ecclesiastes 1:15)
It is difficult to read the single paragraph response. You have an approach to the question, but there is difficulty to accept your view because you do not provide your analysis of how and why you came to your view. If your intent is to influence us to approach the text through your lens, then you want to help us to see how & why you arrived at your view. That is, your expository analysis can persuade us to change our view to your view. Without this approach to analysis, we are only expressing our sincere heartfelt views. Please see our tour.
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reviewed No Action Needed Who was a greater king: Hezekiah or Josiah?
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reviewed Delete Why did Jesus fast in the wilderness?
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reviewed Delete After the crucifixion, why was Mary not cared for by her own children, rather than the disciple John?
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reviewed No Action Needed Does the adulterer in Matthew 5:32 cause the spouse to commit adultery or make her a victim of adultery?
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reviewed Reopen Interpreting “psyche” as “soul”
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reviewed No Action Needed Was Adam present when the serpent was talking with Eve?
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reviewed Reviewed Did Jesus have actual marks or holes in his hands and side after his resurrection? John 20
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comment Did Jesus have actual marks or holes in his hands and side after his resurrection? John 20
Kris - Thank you. Can you hyperlink your verse references for us so that readers can view them online? (Also, please see our tour if you have done so already.) Also, what are your thoughts at the appearance of Jesus in heaven as one slain in Rev 5:6 ? In this regard, many people did not recognize Jesus after his resurrection - was this because of his defaced facial and body features?