May 13, 2022 · After Jesus died he went into hell (Colossians 2:15) trampled death under his feet, seized the prince of hell, and deprived the enemy of ALL his power openly in front of all the other demons and imps.We need to know how the enemy works, since it is obvious that he uses the same tactics all the time “deception.”
5 days ago · 25 October. Tabitha ( Aramaic: טביתא/ܛܒܝܬܐ, romanized: Ṭaḇīṯā, lit. ' (female) gazelle'), called Dorcas in Greek ( Greek: Δορκάς, romanized : Dorkás ), was an early disciple of Jesus mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles ( Acts 9:36-43, see discussion here ), celebrated as a saint ( Saint Tabitha) by the Catholic Church ...
- 27 January, 25 October
- Episcopal Church (United States), Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
5 days ago · Mandaic is both spoken and used as a liturgical language by the Mandaeans. Despite the ascendancy of Arabic in the Middle East, other Semitic languages still exist. Biblical Hebrew, long extinct as a colloquial language and in use only in Jewish literary, intellectual, and liturgical activity, was revived in spoken form at the end of the 19th ...
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5 days ago · The final section of the expanded edition of her Blake study The Unholy Bible suggests the later works are the "Bible of Hell" promised in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell. Regarding Blake's final poem, Jerusalem, she writes: "The promise of the divine in man, made in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, is at last fulfilled."
6 days ago · The earliest recorded use of the term "Christianity/ Christianism" (Χρῑστῐᾱνισμός, Khrīstiānismós) was by Ignatius of Antioch around 100 AD. Beliefs. While Christians worldwide share basic convictions, there are also differences of interpretations and opinions of the Bible and sacred traditions on which Christianity is based.