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In the Hebrew OT, I see המטה H4294 for rod but it doesn't point to either Moses or Aaron In the Septuagint, I see ραβδον 4464 but it defines it as staff of authority which could lead to Moses' rod The posted responses above intrigue me also. I can state that regardless of which rod the Lord commanded Moses to use, it was indeed Moses' rod and not Aaron's ...


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The commentary of Barnes’ Notes on the Bible writes regarding Hebrews 9:4: “In 1 Kings 8:9, it is said that there was nothing in the ark, ‘save the two tables of stone which Moses put there at Horeb,’ and it has been supposed by some that the pot of manna and the rod of Aaron were not in the ark, but that they were in capsules, or ledges made on its sides ...


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He's saying He's going to take His time. They cannot run anywhere, this will be a thorough event. It's almost as if He's in the middle of his beatdown then stops takes a sup of some water adjust his shades and continues. He's going to wash His feet with the blood of the wicked, there's no ifs, and or buts. When Christ flexes you can bet they call all bets ...


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These passages are detailing how an acquired[purchased] field that is in addition to the land this person inherited from his ancestors needs to be treated... a. When he consecrates to the lord the purchased land. b. What happens when the year of Jubilee comes [end of every 49th year]. When he consecrates to the lord the purchased land. The Kohen[Priest] ...


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This relates to the shmita and Jubilees - these were explained earlier in Leviticus 25. LEV 25:14 “If you sell land to any of your own people or buy land from them, do not take advantage of each other. 15 You are to buy from your own people on the basis of the number of years since the Jubilee. And they are to sell to you on the basis of the number of years ...


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There is no question that Deut 6:4 is not a monotheistic statement. First of all, as already noted, אֶחָד means "one," not "alone." While it could be argued that it means "unique," as in Yahweh is exceptional among the gods (which is expressed elsewhere in the Bible), it seems more likely that the ultimate purpose of the ...


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The garment had no seams , representing there is no hole or crack in which to enter Heaven or be saved but only through Jesus Christ and his sacrifice and grace . When Jesus entered the throne to His Father He was given the garment of holiness and praise and we will also . Casting lots or trying to buy your way into salvation or enter through any other way ...


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The verb in Isa 42:5 translated "spread forth" is רָקַע whose meanings are given in the appendix below. This verb occurs 11 times in the OT as follows: Ex 39:3 - They hammered out thin sheets of gold and cut threads from them to interweave with the blue, purple, and scarlet yarn, and fine linen—the work of a skilled craftsman. Num 16:39 - So ...


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According to this (very good) question, if it's true or false, we have to see the Psalm 148:4: 4 Praise Him, ye heavens of heavens, and ye waters that be above the heavens. (KJV) or in Hebrew: הַֽ֭לְלוּהוּ שְׁמֵ֣י הַשָּׁמָ֑יִם וְ֝הַמַּ֗יִם אֲשֶׁ֤ר ׀ מֵעַ֬ל הַשָּׁמָֽיִם׃ We can see that the word "waters" is referring to the above waters, since ...


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DISCLAIMER This response emphasizes Biblical cosmology. I make no apologies for those who will be offended by what the ancients believed or what God claims and is quoted saying about His own Creation. You are free to believe whatever you want, you are however NOT free to impose another cosmology onto the Biblical cosmology hermeneutically and exegetically. ...


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