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The key to understanding Num 11:29 is actually V27 and the way the verb נָבָא (naba = to prophesy) is used. Num 11:25-27 - people prophesied when the Holy Spirit came upon them 1 Sam 10:5, 6, 10, 11, 13 - people prophesied when the Holy Spirit came upon them 1 Sam 18:10, 19:20, 21, 23, 25 - Saul prophesied (against his will) to stop him killing David when ...


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The word σημεῖον (sémeion) is used in the NT in two senses (BDAG): a sign or distinguishing mark whereby something is known, sign, token indication, eg, Luke 2:12, 2 Thess 3:17, etc. an event that is an indication of confirmation of intervention by transcendent powers, miracle, portent, Matt 12:38, 16:1, 4, Mark 8:11, 12, 16:17, John 2:11, 18, 23, 3:2, 4:...


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It is an experience unlike any. It is indescribable. It is like being caught up in a wind, namely your spirit is carried along, intertwined with the Holy Spirit, a fiery dance transcending reality; time is suspended, and you escaped the sensation of being in the flesh. Now if that is not edifying I do not know what is. But that is nothing like the Mind of ...


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