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[Isaiah 63:9] from Dead Sea Scroll : Translation: Professor Peter Flint (Trinity Western University, Canada) and Professor Eugene Ulrich (University of Notre Dame) : "In all their distress he was not distressed, but the angel of his presence that saved them; in his acts of love and in his pity he redeemed them; he carried them and lifted them up all ...


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The relevance of “the fear of the LORD” to us should become clear when the biblical meaning of that phrase – ‘the fear of the LORD’ – is opened up. The God of the Bible is so awesome, only fools would not give him due reverence - which is the biblical meaning of the fear of God. Proverbs chapter 9 is an invitation to Wisdom's 'house' and those who heed it ...


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The problem with "the fear of the Lord", or, "the fear of God" (equivalent in this context) is the idea is not explicitly defined anywhere in Scripture. However, we may glean much from the likes of W E Vine, "Expository Dictionary of NT Words". The Entry under "Fear" reads (in part): ... "reverential fear,&...


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The Hebrew word Strong 3374 יִרְאָה yirah, used in Isaiah 33:6, is the same as the word used in Genesis 20:11 by Abraham : Surely the fear of God is not in this place and they will slay me for my wife's sake. [KJV] So it would appear to be a general word for humanity being in fear of deity. It is a fear which restrains men (clearly from the way in which ...


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The most famous verse on the fear of the Lord is Proverbs 1:7: The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge,   but fools despise wisdom and instruction. (NIV) This is what the New Bible Dictionary says about fear: [Holy Fear] comes from the believer's apprehension of the living God. According to Luther, the natural man cannot fear God perfectly; ...


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Your feet are how you stand off your feet you are defeated.... those who are successful in this life are often referred to as they stand on their own two feet... in the presence of The Almighty God nothing of any of your accomplishments are note worthy.. not even by ones own self... so I add Branham is right


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It is plural just like the word לָֽמוֹ in the previous verse. So basically you are reading a translator bias, who has changed the text, thus changing your view on who it's speaking of i Isaiah 53. If this was a true translation it would be left as deaths. Since the servant is identified as Israel and Israel is a collective of people the deaths does work and ...


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In John 15:1, why did Jesus call himself “the [very] vine” rather than “the branch” ? By His partaking of our flesh and blood, through the Incarnation (Hebrews 2:14-18), Christ became a branch, stemming forth from the root of Jesse and David (Isaiah 11:1-10; Jeremiah 33:15). By our partaking of His flesh and blood, through the bread and wine of the Last ...


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