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Judas Iscariot’s betrayal alerts us to the fact that no one is exempt from the possibility of betraying Jesus. As the disciples sat together with Jesus at the last supper, Jesus made an announcement: “Behold,
Missionaries, like other servants of God, face the temptation of discouragement. Some things that contribute to discouragement include working among an unresponsive or hostile people group; frequent ministry trips away from spouses and family; trying
Luke 1:26-42 is a very interesting account of a women who willingly rendered herself to God’s service, to God’s plan, to God’s program, and to God’s proposal. It challenges me when I read Mary’s humble response to
“Mentioned in Isa. 19:18, denotes the language spoken by the Jews” resident in Palestine. The language of the Canaanites and of the Hebrews was substantially the same. This is seen from the “fragments of the Phoenician language which still survive, which” show the closest analogy to the Hebrew. Yet the subject of the “language of the “Canaanites” is very obscure. The cuneiform” “writing of Babylon, as well as the Babylonian language, was” “taught in the Canaanitish schools, and the clay tablets of” Babylonian literature were stored in the Canaanitish libraries. Even the Babylonian divinities were borrowed by the Canaanites.
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