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Nebuchadnezzar [part 4]

part 4 Nebuchadnezzar's story thus found its way into the Old Testament of the Bible. The Bible narrates how Nebuchadnezzar destroyed the Kingdom of Judah,

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Nebuchadnezzar [part 3]

part 3 Family and children The Hanging Gardens of Babylon as depicted by Ferdinand Knab in 1886. According to tradition, the gardens were constructed

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Nebuchadnezzar [part 2]

part 2 Nebuchadnezzar's most significant victory from his time as the crown prince came at the Battle of Carchemish in 605 BC, which put an end to Necho's

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Nebuchadnezzar [part 1]

Nebuchadnezzar Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, was a successful leader in terms of military endeavors, building projects, and increasing the prosperity

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Let Me Return to My People

Exodus 4:18-20, Moses Departs From Jethro Scripture: Exodus 4:18-20 18 Then Moses went back to Jethro his father-in-law and said to him, 'Let me return

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These Shackles

Take these shackles off my feet so I can dance, my heavenly father I've come to praise you, not so many knew in advance. In these shackles I cannot move,

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Moab [part 1]

Moab Moab is the name of an ancient Levantine kingdom (a person who lives in or comes from the Levant) whose territory is today located in the modern state

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Mariology [part 1]

Mariology As a protestant, I must say that I have never seen this word before - Mariology - and I am struggling with beginning the study of Mariology –

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Manoah and His Wife [part 1]

The Sacrifice of Manoah, 1640–1650. Manoah (Hebrew: Mānoaḥ) is a figure from the Book of Judges 13:1-23 and 14:2-4 of the Hebrew Bible. His name means

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Manasseh [part 1]

MANASSEH Manasseh was the king of southern Judea. He was known for his idol worship and lack of faith in Yahweh. Manasseh was the fourteenth king of

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Ahasuerus [part 2]

Xerxes part 2 Xerxes was known for his drinking, lavish banquets, strong temper, and enormous harem – the main wing of the harem building in Persepolis

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PROLOGUE I remember it as if it were yesterday. There were road trips and childhood family vacations. Life was good growing up in those days. My childhood

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PROLOGUE Unless you’ve been hiding under the proverbial rock, you are probably well aware that America’s Constitution is still alive and well, especially

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The cross

Oh Jesus died for us on the cross so no souls would be lost In the sun scorched wind He paid the price for our sin He rose again in victorious power

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Notes on Mark 1, verses 29-31

Mark 1:29, KJV: And forthwith, when they were come out of the synagogue, they entered into the house of Simon and Andrew, with James and John. The New

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