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Search results for query: "Exodus 3:8"

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  1. Kenny

    Jesus says, I Am He

    As far as "I shall be"... I don't find that interpretation/ As far as capital I AM - there were no capital letters in the original documents - so any application is man adjusting to try to make it more understandable. None the less, it is still God. Yes on God an Pharaoh!! Well said!! :)...
  2. U

    Jesus says, I Am He

    I find in the Hebrew Exodus 3:14 reads: " I Shall Be as I Shall Be." Accepting Moses' argument, God was instructing Moses to say, " I shall Be (with them in this sorrow) has sent me to you." (verse 7) I see No capital I AM at Exodus 3:6 KJV but saying, I am the God of thy father.... I see No...
  3. C

    Were not the Hebrews already in Israel in Egypt?

    I think you do not understand me. But thanks anyway for your answer.
  4. sooda

    Were not the Hebrews already in Israel in Egypt?

    Jerusalem is hardly the land of milk and honey.. Its stony and arid.. a tough formidable landscape.
  5. Deeje

    Were not the Hebrews already in Israel in Egypt?

    Exodus 3:8... “I will go down to rescue them out of the hand of the Egyptians and to bring them up out of that land to a land good and spacious, a land flowing with milk and honey, the territory of the Caʹnaan·ites, the Hitʹtites, the Amʹor·ites, the Perʹiz·zites, the Hiʹvites, and the...
  6. Deeje

    Where does the NWT Bible Falsify?

    Verse 2 clearly states that it is an angel. Why did you leave it out? This one spoke as if he was God....a true spokesman, using God's words. Do you understand this? He is God's representative. Jesus is most certainly the Logos....the one who spoke for God before his birth as a human. He spoke...
  7. D

    Where does the NWT Bible Falsify?

    Then you are making an argument for Jesus being God, since these verses are direct. By the way, how you are reading these verses as a 'representative' of God, and not God, I have no idea. Exodus 3:4-14 Exodus 3:4 Exodus 3:5 Exodus 3:6 Exodus 3:7 Exodus 3:8 Exodus 3:9 Exodus 3:10 Exodus 3:11...
  8. Magus

    Questions about Judaism

    Don't forget too clear out the Jews that are Lactose intolerant Exodus 3:8 - land flowing with milk and honey; Jewish genetics: 75% of Jews are lactose intolerant and 11 other facts
  9. javajo

    Refuting the Trinity Doctrine!

    As far as Iranaeus, here is what he actually said: Early Christian faith on Trinity, deity of Christ, personality of the Holy Spirit 180 AD Irenaeus "... so that He indeed who made all things can alone, together with His Word, properly be termed God and Lord: but the things which have been...
  10. Y

    God's opposition to homosexuality. Why?

    And if that doesn't convince you, there are a number of accounts to the barren nature of the Land of Israel without the Jews. The 7 Wonders of Jewish History 6) The Interdependency of the Jewish People and the Land of Israel (TOP) It has been prophesied in the Torah that the land of Israel...
  11. W

    What does the fossil record say?

    You're wrong - again. I do not dismiss ALL scientific findings. The Bible and Science The Bible has consistently triumphed over criticism. For instance, when it is read with an open mind, it is found to be in harmony with true science. Of course, the Bible was prepared as a spiritual guide...
  12. bhaktajan

    Mis-translated Bible terms infavor of meat eating?

    12. Bonus Quotes: The Torah repeatedly refers to Israel as a “land flowing with milk and honey” (Exodus 3:8, 3:17; Leviticus 20:24; Numbers 13:27, 14:8; Deuteronomy 11:9, 26:9, 26:15, 27:3, 31:20; Baruch 1:20; and Ezekiel 20:15). God further describes Israel as a “garden...
  13. jewscout

    God's Chosen?

    Deut. 33 list the blessing on the tribes of Israel and the land in which they will inhabit. Deut. 30:19-20 I call heaven and earth to witness against you this day, that I have set before thee life and death, the blessing and the curse; therefore choose life, that thou mayest live, thou and thy...
  14. jewscout

    Israel: The land of milk and honey

    Israel: The land of milk and honey "I come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land unto a good land and large, unto a land flowing with milk and honey." Exodus 3:8 Shavuot is a multi-faceted holiday. It has a historical meaning...