Bienvenue dans Faites résonner les voix de jadis !

Traduit par Pierre Maignial,  http://biblia-mirecurensia.com/fr/ Bienvenue dans Faites résonner les voix de jadis ! Vous êtes ici sur un blog d'études bibliques, qui proposera plusieurs types de contenus de ma composition : articles, plans de prédication, poésie, diaporamas, aides à l'apprentissage des langues anciennes, ainsi que ma propre version de la Bible. Tout cela présenté d'un …

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Blessings in Adversity

  If my life were full of sunshine, With never a rainy day, I wonder how much I would Greet my Lord, and Just how much I’d pray. If all were peace and happiness, with never a stormy sea, I wonder if I’d live as close And would He speak to me? If my heart …

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“Mene, Mene, Tekel, Parsin”: The Handwriting on the Wall, Dan. 5:5, 25—26

Note: unless otherwise indicated, Scripture quotations in this post are from the New International Version (NIV), 2011 edition. In this famous Biblical passage, a mysterious disembodied hand appears while Babylonian King Belshazzar and his officials are engaged in a drunken feast, worshipping idols and mocking Yahweh, the true God, by using the gold and silver …

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THE CONSONANTAL PRONUNCIATION OF GREEK UPSILON: A QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE

In both the Koine and Modern Greek pronunciations (which are almost identical), the letter upsilon (Υ, υ) is sounded as a consonant when it follows the vowels α, ε, and η in the dipthongs αυ, ευ, and ηυ. In these diphthongs upsilon has the sound of /f/ or /v/. Which sound is used depends on …

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The Church, Part 3: The World’s Greatest Question

Not many of you should become teachers, my fellow believers, because you know that we who teach will be judged more strictly. We all stumble in many ways. Anyone who is never at fault in what they say is perfect, able to keep their whole body in check.—James 3:1—2, New International Version (NIV), 2011 If anyone …

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