• the teachings of Hebrew
    Bono Wisdom literature in the Bible comprises the three books known as Proverbs, Job, and Ecclesiastes. The Mercer Dictionary of the Bible defines “wisdom literature” as “a distinctive intellectual tradition extended throughout the ancient Near East.”1 Wisdom literature in the bible includes the three...
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  • Hebrew Wisdom
    Claire Wycoff Mr. Autry Bible 105 21 June 2014 Hebrew Wisdom The book of Proverbs can be very useful to its readers when in need of wisdom or helpful insight. Everyday people are forced to make life choices—good or bad. The book of Proverbs covers various issues and topics that can be found useful...
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  • Essay 3
    Virginia Winston Essay 3 Hebrew Wisdom on Diligence and Laziness The book of Proverbs is a book that can provide us with wisdom and knowledge for effective every day living. Proverbs supply wisdom for all people regardless of their age, sex or position in society. God wants his people to be...
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  • How to Study
    HOW TO READ THE BIBLE F O R A L L I T S W O RT H The primary task of Bible study is to determine what the Scriptures meant at the time they were written and how that meaning applies to us today. This vital guide focuses on the historical contexts of the Bible and explains differences between the Old...
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  • Hebrew Wisdom
    Hebrew Wisdom on Diligence and Laziness Bible 105-B27 LUO: Old Testament Survey 201320 Spring 2013 Xxxxxx Xxxxxxx L33333333 Liberty University February 24, 2013 Hebrew Wisdom on Diligence and Laziness There is a great deal of Hebrew wisdom in the Bible in regards to the subjects of diligence...
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  • Salvation
    OF THE BELIEVER B Y LEWIS SPERRY CHAFER, D.D., LITT.D., T H . D . (HON.) Of all the contentions offered by the Arminians, their appeal to the Scriptures is that feature most worthy of candid consideration; for it will be admitted by all who attempt to expound the Word of God that there are several...
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  • Francis Bacon
    saleable morality. He is a moralist-cum-worldly wise man. Bacon appears as a moralist in his essays, for he preaches high moral principles and lays down valuable guidelines for human conduct. Some of his essays show him as a true lover and preacher of high ethical codes and conducts. For instance, in “Of...
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  • Reading Torah As Wisdom
    Legislation as Wisdom and its Implications for Christian Ethics Reading the Torah as Wisdom Abstract ‘Dinner Table Theology’. Call it what you will, but this is the rubber-hitsthe-road-theology which is most commonly expressed at the dinner table or in a café. To the question of ‘How should a Christian...
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  • Hebrew Studies
    Notes on Hebrews 2 0 1 2 E d i t i o n Dr. Thomas L. Constable Introduction DATE The writer said that he and those to whom he wrote had come to faith in Jesus Christ through the preaching of others who had heard Jesus (2:3-4). Apparently those preachers had since died (13:7). The original readers...
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  • draw close to Jehovah
    carry them.” When you DRAW CLOSE look at the lamb in the shepherd’s TO bosom, do you yearn for a similar closeness with your heavenly Father? cl-E But how can you draw close to Jehovah? JEHOVAH DRAW CLOSE TO JEHOVAH Regarding Jehovah God, Isaiah 40:11 says: “Like a shepherd...
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  • Bible 105
    Hebrew Wisdom for All Ages Tracy Hobbs Bible 105 Proverbs poetically presents Hebrew teachings on the topics of wealth, marriage, family, self-control, and relationships. It distinctly outlines the differences between wisdom and folly as well as diligence and laziness. Wisdom and diligence will...
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  • Cisg
    Difficulties and Objections.................................................................................................... 86 12. The Value of This Doctrine................................................................................................... 95 Conclusion ...........................
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  • folders checked for errors
    When we wrote the original version of this essay in 1995, it started with the prediction: "The restriction of parents hitting their children is expected to become one of the main topics of debate between religious conservatives and liberals during the next decade." This appears to be coming to pass. Looking...
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  • Wisdom Introductory Note
    General introduction This study is intended to be an introduction to the five books of the Bible grouped together in the Old Testament of English translations of the Bible after the Law and historical books (Genesis to Esther) and before the books ofthe Prophets (Isaiah to Malachi). The five books in...
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  • Self Reliance
    Self-Reliance Four years before Thoreau embarked on his Walden project, his great teacher and role model Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote an enormously influential essay entitled “Self-Reliance.” It can be seen as a statement of the philosophical ideals that Thoreau’s experiment is meant to put into practice. Certainly...
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  • Essay
    Chapter 2 A Spiritual Perspective Of the Body Physical Fitness and the Christian By Diehl and Morris OBJECTIVES Upon completion of this chapter, students should be able to: 1. Present, discuss, and recognize the importance of a scriptural perspective of the body. 2. Understand the unique contributions...
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  • Holy, Holy, Holy Lord
    quotes …………………………………………………………... 6 Old Testament concept ………………………………………………………….. 8 New Testament concept ……………………………………………………..…. 10 WHAT THE SCRIPTURES SAY ABOUT HOLINESS ……………………………… 10 God's words ……………………………………………………………………. 10 Key passages ………………………………………………………………….... 13 THE IMPORTANTCE OF...
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  • Hebrew Bible Personal Reflection
    My religious background began in the Church of God in Christ also known as C.O.G.I.C. whereas the Old Testament was the primary teachings that shaped my life’s values and forms. Upon publicly stating that I believed in Jesus Christ and that He died for my sins, I was baptized and thereafter considered...
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  • Theology 1 Summary
    retreat center in January of this year. Although my notes seem extensive, it's virtually impossible to literate all that was taught and shared during this class. However, Dr. Statts, I have confidence that these pages may express at least a hint of your spellbinding teachings. Upon returning to my home...
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  • Proverbs
    poetic form. This book sets forth the "philosophy of practical life. It is the sign to us that the Bible does not despise common sense and discretion. It impresses upon us in the most forcible manner the value of intelligence and prudence and of a good education. The whole strength of the Hebrew language...
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