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  1. May 06, 2013 · But according to Exodus 16, exactly 1 month later they complain that they have no meat and are starving! Immediately after the quail incident where they complained that they had no meat and were starving (Ex 16:2-3), their cattle miraculously appear again in the narrative.

  2. He does not look at him, now I've brought him." The new trick consisted in making the dog stand motionless with his nose out and putting a tempting morsel of meat just on his nose. The luckless dog had to stand without moving, with the meat on his nose, as long as his master chose to keep him, without a movement, perhaps for half an hour.

  3. 1 My brothers, do not let class distinction enter into your faith in Jesus Christ, our glorified Lord. 2 Now suppose a man comes into your synagogue, well-dressed and with a gold ring on, and at the same time a poor man comes in, in shabby clothes, 3 and you take notice of the well-dressed man, and ...

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  5. I don't know what the punishment should be but this guy is a real asshole and my Subway is almost as bad they were serving food when bugs was getting on it.

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    Linguistic Meanings

    The Hebrew verb ḥāšab and the Greek verb logizomaiboth have the basic meaning of “thinking” and “considering.” They denote mental activities, but they are verbs nonetheless. Sometimes in this study, however, we look at the conceptbehind the verbs even though they do not appear in a passage of Scripture. Another basic definition of the verbs is seen in a business context: credit, reckon, or calculate. However, the main uses are when people think or consider. We will discover the two basic mean...

    Theological Meanings

    The OT and NT put theological meanings to the verbs. Reformed Theologian Charles Hodge writes about imputation: In the juridical and theological sense of the word, to impute is to attribute anything to a person or persons, upon adequate grounds, as the judicial or meritorious reason of reward or punishment, i.e., of the bestowment of good or the infliction of evil. … To impute is to reckon to, or to lay to one’s account. So far as the meaning of the word is concerned, it makes no difference w...

    The NT is rooted in the OT and grows organically out of it. However, the New Covenant often redefines or recasts the concepts, so we must be judicious in how we use the OT.

    Imputation is an important doctrine in the Bible. By it God considers or regards something physical – humans, animals, grain and so on – as having a different or new status. For example, God thinks of animals as carrying the sins of people, and therefore they do – by imputation. God considers Christ as carrying our sins, and therefore he does – by ...

  6. “Behold, the days are coming,” declares the Lord God, “when I will send a famine on the land— not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the Lord. They shall wander from sea to sea, and from north to east; they shall run to and fro, to seek the word of the Lord, but they shall not find it.

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