UNDERSTANDING DIVINE DESTINY Kenneth Omeje Scripture quotations marked KJV are from the Holy Bible, King James Version (Authorized Version). First published in 1611. Quoted from the KJV Classic Reference Bible, Copyright © 1983 by The Zondervan Corporation. Scripture quotations marked NKJV are taken from the New King James Version. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. Used by permission.
Chapter 3 deals with all occurrences of tithes in the Bible. This helps us to establish the fact on how tithing was done, with what substances, and at what intervals; for whom were the tithes meant for and who were supposed to pay tithes. It helps us to know that tithing was actually never done with money and GOD actually warned against the use of money. Chapter 4 merged and grouped all the occurrences of tithe together and some other scripture verses were added where necessary for full story. Additional comments were also made.
THE DISPENSATION OF THE MILLENNIUM (i) Chapter 14 THE DISPENSATION OF THE MILLENNIUM (contd.) THE NAME OF GOD in The Millennium We have shown that God’s permanent and eternal name is the Tetragrammaton YHWH or “Yahweh”, as is the more commonly accepted pronunciation. It is with this name that He was known throughout the Old Testament (OT). We also showed that this name was changed to “Jesus” in the New Testament (NT). So JESUS is the dispensational name of God in the NT.
Scripture quotations marked AMP are from The Amplified Bible, Old Testament copyright © 1965, 1987 by the Zondervan Corporation. The Amplified Bible, New Testament copyright © 1954, 1958, 1987 by The Lockman Foundation. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Scripture quotations marked KJV are from the Holy Bible, King James Version (Authorized Version).
1.2 Biblical proof The Bible teaches the Trinitarian concept of one God existing as three persons. The Bible does not teach polytheism, which says that there are three separate Gods called the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Biblical evidence supporting the doctrine of trinity include:- 1. Biblical Monotheism- There is one God- There is one God (Deuteronomy 6:4; 1 Corinthians 8:4; Galatians 3:20; 1 Timothy 2:5). This clearly refutes
He remains the same throughout. The Bible says in Hebrews 13:8, "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever" (BibleGateway, n.d.). Even though there are many different authors in the Bible and a vast span of time, every story and every detail of the Bible, all relate back to the story of God 's love for His creation, the fall, redemption, and restoration for all mankind. Three specific stories in the Bible show how creation, the fall, redemption, and restoration, is manifested through God 's wonderful creation of man. Joseph One story that exemplifies this love in the Bible is about Joseph.
3.2 Frequency in the King James Bible In the King James Bible 23,439 cases have been found in which a variant of the second person pronoun is used regardless of plural or singular forms. The number of y-forms in the King James Bible is 8384, which only represent 35.77% of the total number of second person pronominal forms. Whereas the t-forms, on the other hand, constitutes 64.23%, with 15055 cases (Table 1). The predominant use of the t-forms as second person pronouns in the original text of the King James Bible could be seen as problematic, when taking into consideration, that in more modern translations like the New King James Version of the Bible all of those semantic distinctions are lost due to the demise of the t-forms altogether. Table 1.
‘In the beginning’ is an allusion to Genesis 1: 1. Goldsworthy says that “Creation in Genesis was through the agent of God’s word, ‘Let there be…’ This word is now personified by John” in Jn. 1: 1-3; 14 (155). Beasley-Murray also says that creation here relates “not to the act of creation, but to what existed when creation came into being, namely the Word, who was with God and was God” (10). Victor P. Hamilton comments, “the evangelist informs us in v. 3 about the role of the Word in creation.
KJV Scripture quotations marked KJV are from the Holy Bible, King James Version (Authorized Version). First published in 1611. Quoted from the KJV Classic Reference Bible, Copyright © 1983 by The Zondervan Corporation. INTRODUCTION In marital relationship, you really need to take all the factors below into serious considerations. (a) Do not be hopeless: No matter the situation in life, never lose hope.
Indeed, a history of life takes its origins in the first chapters and includes covenants of God toward a man or individual, while later it develops to the relationship of God toward all mankind. Through his mediators and their seed, his promises become to be universal and punishment of disobedience turns to the redemption (Noah), not destruction, as it was Cain and Abele. What is more, we see that covenants start to be the silent rules for God’s descendants, even though they were separated from him after the Adamic covenant. This fact pervades the whole book, as God choses Jewish people to serve his witnesses to the rest of the world for the sake of his