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  1. The "Hail Mary" Prayer

    by , September 18th, 2016 at 11:48 AM (Being a Christian)
    Quote Originally Posted by steko View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by God's Truth View Post
    Christ is God and means God.
    Christ is GOD, indeed, however, Christ means Messiah/anointed.

    The first King of Israel was Messiah/Christ.
    His name was Saul.
    He was not GOD.
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  2. Genesis 50:22-26

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    . Gen 50:22-26 . . So Joseph and his father's household remained in
    Egypt. Joseph lived one hundred and ten years. Joseph lived to see
    children of the third generation of Ephraim: the children of Machir,
    son of Manasseh, were likewise born upon Joseph's knees.

    . . . At length, Joseph said to his kin: I am about to die. God will
    surely take notice of you and bring you up from this land to the land
    that He promised on oath to Abraham, to Isaac, and
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  3. Genesis 50:10-21

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    . Gen 50:10 . .When they came to Gorena ha-Atad, which is beyond
    the Jordan, they held there a very great and solemn lamentation;
    and he observed a mourning period of seven days for his father.


    A geographic location described as "beyond the Jordan" suggests the east
    side of the river but the term is ambiguous and can just as easily mean west
    (e.g. Deut 3:18-20).

    The Hebrew word for Gorena is goren (go'-ren) which identifies smooth
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  4. JPPT1974's Weekend Thoughts 1/20-1/22/2017:

    It is to
    Me and sure
    It may be
    To others over
    In the stomping
    On the flag.
    Like sitting
    Down over on
    The national anthem.
    Being in comparisons.
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  5. Genesis 50:4-9

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    . Gen 50:4a . . and when the wailing period was over, Joseph spoke
    to Pharaoh's court


    It's curious that Joseph didn't meet with Pharaoh in person; I mean, after
    all, Joseph was second in command over the entire country of Egypt, and
    certainly outranked all of Pharaoh's courtiers. It's guessed by some that in
    the Egypt of Joseph's day, a dead man's close kin were deemed unfit to
    approach a Pharaoh. Whether it was for religious reasons, or
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