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  1. The dove is mentioned in the Bible more often than any other bird (over 50 times); this comes both from the great number of doves flocking in Israel, and of the favour they enjoy among the people. The dove is first spoken of in the record of the flood ( Genesis 8:8–12); later on we see that Abraham offered up some in sacrifice, which would ...

  2. For example, Nicodemus misunderstood what Jesus meant about a second birth (John 3:4). And the *Samaritan woman thought that Jesus was talking about actual water (John 4:13-14). Then, Jesus slowly explained the real meaning until the person or people understood. In these verses, he explained to the *disciples what was most important to him.

  3. The books of 1 and 2 Samuel used to be one book. The writer wrote the book in the *Hebrew language. Many years later, men translated the Bible into the Greek language (the language of the *New Testament). These men divided this book into two parts. The name of the book comes from the first important person in this book. He was Samuel the *prophet.

  4. Shechem was the name of two individuals mentioned in the Bible: A prince of Shechem who defiled Dinah according to Genesis 34; A son of Manasseh according to Numbers 26:31, Joshua 17:2, and 1 Chronicles 7:19. Shedeur. Shedeur was a member of the house of Reuben according to Numbers 1:5. He was the father of Elizur. Shelemiah

  5. i. The Book of Job is rightly understood to be a masterpiece of Hebrew poetry and Western literature. As the first poetic book of the English Bible, Job introduces the reader to the idea of Hebrew poetry, which involves the repetition and combination of ideas more than sounds. ii. The author, date, and place of the Book of Job are all uncertain.

  6. Thus, it appears that the language in the account in Exodus puts forward the wondrous character of these dealings of Yahweh with Pharaoh. The account of the plagues is found in Exodus 7:8-12:31 ; Psalms 78:42-51 ; 105:27-36 .

  7. i. The Book of Job is rightly understood to be a masterpiece of Hebrew poetry and Western literature. As the first poetic book of the English Bible, Job introduces the reader to the idea of Hebrew poetry, which involves the repetition and combination of ideas more than sounds. ii. The author, date, and place of the Book of Job are all uncertain.

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