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Pr 20:1 ¶ Wine [is] a mocker, strong drink [is] raging: and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise. This is the key to the wine and strong drink riddle. Wine, as Grace is a mocker. When one has too much grace, they presume upon God's mercy and make a mockery of the cross. Ro 6:1 ¶ What shall we say then? Shall we continue in sin, that grace may abound? ...


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I have not seen one answer here that is correct. The second day was not a feast. It was just the second day of the month and David was missed at the table because that was his place of sitting with the king. There is no two day feast for the new moon. The only such occasion would be a double Sabbath. Which is the seven day Sabbath falling after a feast day ...


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Since the Greek word Ἰουδαῖος can refer to both Judeans and Jews, we have to get the meaning from context. The same word can refer to different people in different places, so the answer to your question is from context and not from a dictionary. Some translations help the readers by saying "Jewish leaders" where this is clear from context. Not all ...


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The short answer to the question is - the ESV accurately translates the operative word מִדְבָּר See appendix below for BDB meaning. This word occurs about 271 times in the OT and is mostly translated "wilderness", eg, Gen 14:6, 16:7, 21:14, 21:20, etc. The question SHOULD be, Why does the KJV translate the word as "south". I do not ...


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