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The Problem with [Hebrews 4:3-5] is misunderstanding the term “My-Serenity” מְנֽוּחָתִֽי Menuchati (from Tehillim 95:11) which referenced Ha-Menuchah הַמְּנוּחָה “The Serenity” (not Ha-Shabbat) promised to Yisrael in [Deuteronomy 12:9] “For you have not yet come to [the Serenity] or to the inheritance, which YHVH your God, is giving you.” (כִּ֥י לֹֽא־בָאתֶ֖ם ...


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This is true, John 14:10 reiterates that Jesus and the Father are one and not to be divided. But on the angel question, Jewish extra biblical literature also talks about that particular angel mentioned above as the metatron, greek meaning archangel that is “ in the presence of God”. He also is a kind of scribe according to that same literature ( kabbalah) ...


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Note on Hermeneutics: Since this was migrated from Christianity.SE, it has been reviewed and deemed worthy as a Hermeneutics Question. So, we must work diligently to remain inside that scope. This is not a Question about what we suppose would have happened if... This is a Question about what the text tells us about what happened and how to understand ...


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Marriage is by sex - intercourse. Weddings are by a ceremony. EVERY penis into a vagina (PVI) is a marriage, however, the first one into a virgin gets the blood oath signature witnessed in Heaven and it is a marriage for life. That is why a divorced woman when married again is an active adulteress until her first husband is dead. No wedding was required ...


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Acts 7:22 is when Moses was still in Egypt and had the authority from being in Pharaoh's court. Exodus 4:10 is when Moses had been away from Egypt for 40 years and no longer had the authority of Pharaoh's court. (See the question https://judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/118787/do-we-ignore-the-language-differences-interpreting-moses-being-not-a-man-of-...


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Here's an image showing the cups on the Menorah. Note: 4 cups on the stand; 3 cups on each branch. https://whatwillmatter.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Menorah-art1.jpg The “lampstand” refers to the central shaft; its ornamentation is to be located just beneath the points from which the side branches extend. -- Sarna, N. M. (1991). Exodus (p. 166). ...


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This "problem" occurs in two places, Ex 25 and 37. Let us examine the detailed description as per Ex 25 which is reproduced in the appendix below. The cardinal features of the menorah were: There was to be a central lampstand with three branches either side (V32) - a total of seven Each of the side branches has three cups (V33) The central stem ...


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Exodus 5:1 "Afterward Moses and Aaron went and said to Pharaoh, "Thus says the LORD, the God of Israel, 'Let my people go, that they may hold a feast to me in the wilderness.'" Here YHWH calls the people of Israel HIS people. Exodus 33:1 "The LORD said to Moses, "Depart; go up from here, you and the people whom you have brought up ...


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Does Nehemiah 9:14 teach that the Sabbath was made known through Moses rather than from the beginning? First, let us look at the original Hebrew to understand it a little better. The Hebrew used at Nehemiah 9:14 is shabbath (Strong's H7676) which means "sabbath". Looking at the Englishman's Concordance shows that the usage of this word starts at ...


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