In the Bible several different Hebrew and Greek words are used to denote anger. Anger is an intense emotional reaction, sometimes directly expressed in overt behavior and sometimes remaining a largely unexpressed feeling. The word normally used in the Bible to refer to an emotion considered sinful. All of us have gotten angry. Should we vent our anger or should we contain it? How can God's Word help?
Among the outward means by which the religion of Israel was preserved, one of the most important was the centralization and localization of its worship in Jerusalem.
There is nothing inherently wrong with being dependent on others. Healthy cooperation and reciprocal relationships are the foundation of human social life; the Christian community ought to be characterized by the many ways in which we love the brothers and sisters.
Google is used 75% of the time of all search engines in the world, not Yahoo, or Bing, or any other. According to the website Theolocast, "_____________?" was asked a monstrous 1.8 million times each month of 2019 on Google.
A congregation of Christians. A group of Christians, who gather for a Christian meeting, implying an interacting membership. In the Hebrew Scriptures, it usually refers to the nation of Israel, i.e., “the assembly of Israel” or “the congregation of Israel.” In the Greek New Testament, it refers to congregations of Christians, as well as the Christian congregation as a whole.
Unselfish, loyal, and benevolent intention and commitment toward another. LOVE. First and last word in Christian theology and ethics. It is therefore important to understand clearly this exceedingly ambiguous term.
Papyrus 66 (also referred to as P66) is a near-complete codex of the Gospel of John, and part of the collection known as the Bodmer Papyri.
Imperfect humans are inclined to compare themselves with others. Then, they tend to draw conclusions about the value or importance based on their value system. Imperfection makes us prone to compare ourselves with others and to draw conclusions about others that tend to be unfair and unjust. Are there times or circumstances when we are to judge others? Or, do we always avoid judging others?
The Greek-English New Testament Interlinear (GENTI), Produced by Christian Publishing House, Cambridge, Ohio