BREAKING: Archaeologists: We found piece of Jesus’ cross
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BREAKING: Archaeologists: We found piece of Jesus’ cross

Originally posted on Lyn Leahz:
(Photo: Buda Mendes, Getty John Johnson, Newser 7:09 a.m. EDT August 2, 2013 | USA TODAY Archaeologists working at an ancient church in Turkey think they’ve unearthed a piece of the world’s most famous cross, the one used to crucify Jesus. They found a stone chest during excavation at a…

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A MESSAGE TO AMERICA: JONATHAN CAHN ADDRESSES THE PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURAL BREAKFAST

Published on Jan 22, 2013 Jonathan Cahn, author of ‘The Harbinger’ and pastor/rabbi of Beth Israel Messianic Congregation of Wayne, NJ, gives the key note address at the Presidential Inaugural Prayer Breakfast in Washington, DC. 01/21/13 Hope of the World 11 Railroad Ave Wayne, NJ 07470 http://www.hopeoftheworld.org Continue reading

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2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 11,000 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 18 years to get … Continue reading

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Fascinating Bible Facts You Probably Never Knew!

What do aleph-taw, alpha-omega, and A-Z have in common?  They are all the first and last letters of the alphabet in three languages–Hebrew, Greek, and English respectively. Here are 20 other intriguing and factual stories from the world of biblical language, writing, and literature. A is for Ox: Very early alphabets used pictures of everyday objects … Continue reading

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Part 2: Facts You Didn’t Know About the Accuracy of the NEW Testament

THE NEW TESTAMENT The writers of the New Testament finished their work in the first century A.D.  Today we have many fragments of the New Testament text from as early as the second century A.D.  Originally written down in Greek, there are perhaps 15,000 complete manuscripts and fragments available today to help scholars put together … Continue reading

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Cultural and Historical Notes, Proverbs 6

DID YOU KNOW? Heart, Breath, Throat, and Intestines: Ancient Hebrew Anthropology Proverbs 6  Biblical Hebrew, like English, uses parts of the body metaphorically to express personality, emotion or thought processes.  Hebrew however, does not always allude to the same organs as English to express these functions.  A verbatim translation of these terms would often be unintelligible … Continue reading

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