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What does the Gesture of "uncovering feet" and "lying to Boas feet" mean?

I have thought that Ruth's approach to Boaz was more than just a "I remind you that you are a kinsmen-redeemer." It was mildly suggestive of something better. Noami got dressed up, got ...
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What does the Gesture of "uncovering feet" and "lying to Boas feet" mean?

Strictly speaking, the Hebrew word means "place of the feet" and not "feet". The correct and simple answer was given by Lesley in his last paragraph. The purpose was for Boaz to ...
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What is the intended image of "pierced my hands and feet" in Psalm 22:16?

Looking at the OT context (ignoring its application by NT writers), what is meant/intended by the image described here "they pierced my hands and feet"? I looked up various Jewish ...
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What is the intended image of "pierced my hands and feet" in Psalm 22:16?

According to the Bible in the two verses below, since “dogs” do not make literal sense, “dogs” represent unbelievers, sinners, and evil people. This is consistent with other verses as well. ‭‭...
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