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Daniel Gray

Daniel Gray

Thursday, 12 December 2019 16:00

The Life Of King David Bible Quiz (Part 3)

The Life of King David Bible Quiz (Part 3) covers King David as he flees for King Saul. He would not harm God's anointed so he spared Saul's life.

True of False

1. T F Ahimelech, the priest gave Dave some meat to eat from the altar.

Friday, 22 November 2019 14:51

The Life Of King David Bible Quiz (Part 2)

True of False

     1. T F David was King over all of Israel for forty years.
     2. T F David’s father sent him to play the harp and sooth King Saul.
     3. T F Saul loved David greatly and made him his armor bearer.

Friday, 22 November 2019 10:52

The Life Of King David Bible Quiz (Part 1)

This is the first of a series of quizes on the life of King David of the Bible.  It mostly covers the earlier part of his life untill the beginning of Israel's civil war.

  1. T F  The life of King David is well documented in many ancient sources from several countries.
  2. T F  David’s great grandmother was a foreigner from Moab.
  3. T F  King David was the second ruler of Israel.
Monday, 04 November 2019 12:13

A Thanksgiving Parade In The Bible.

Psalm 118 is a thanksgiving psalm to the Lord.  A thanksgiving parade proceeding toward the temple as they remember their rejection of the Chief corner stone and the troubles they had.  Psalm 118 is a Psalm of action and participation.  It begins with a call to give thanks to the Lord.  This is immediately followed by the motivation for the call.  “He is Good.”  However, It is possible to interpret this word several different ways. 

The Rich Young Ruler

The rich young ruler sought eternal life. Jesus offered him life but the
man could not except His terms. We want life on our terms. We must surrender to God

  • Mt 19:16-22, Mk 10:17-22, Lk 18:18-23
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Wednesday, 16 October 2019 14:49

Just A Little Tangled: The Traps Of Life.

The Bible uses many words for traps. How to avoid them? How to strengthen our walk in Christ. The Bible give the answer.  A person does not fall into sin by accident.  It is by their own desires they are attracted to sin and fall into the snare of the devil to get tangled up with sin.

“For he is thrown into the net by his own feet, And he steps on the webbing.  “A snare seizes him by the heel, And a trap snaps shut on him.  “A noose for him is hidden in the ground, And a trap for him on the path. Job 18:8–10

Some Bible verses are disappearing because textual criticism revealed they are not in the early manuscripts or most reliable manuscripts and shouldn't be there. I recall years ago while reading my Bible, I stumbled across a note, “The earliest manuscripts and many other ancient witnesses do no have John 7:53-8:11.”  I Thought, “What does that mean?”  They had the verses right there.  The verses were translated. “How could they say that?”  I was very leery of this comment and I quietly looked past it as though it wasn’t here.  I had never heard of such a thing.

Monday, 14 October 2019 16:43

Not Ashamed Proud

An investigation of the Bible's double negatives like "Not ashamed" that often become positive with emphasis and are often misunderstood by modern Bible readers.

If you can bear with my math background for a moment and recall that a negative times a negative  {(-1) X (-1) = 1}  is a positive. It’s just amazing how that works.  It’s like going to the opposite of your left.  This kind of thing is also commonly used in language.  The negative of a negative. Now, if I tell you something is not negative, you would probably understand it as a positive rather than a neutral. Enough of the abstract, let’s get back to the real world where this concept influences language.

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