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The Gifts of God
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... by the giving of gifts, one to another (e.g. Nehemiah 8:10; Esther 9:22; Revelation 11:10). This ancient custom, practiced commonly in all nations throughout history, finds its greatest expression today at Christmas time, when the joy of the wise...
Esther 1:5: Shushan - Study Note
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... Shushan. Shushan is the same as Susa, the winter capital of the Persian empire, about 150 miles north of the Persian Gulf. It has been excavated and well identified...
The Gifts of God - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... by the giving of gifts, one to another (e.g., Nehemiah 8:10; Esther 9:22). This ancient custom, practiced commonly in all nations throughout history, finds its greatest expression today at Christmastime, when the joy of the wise men (Matthew 2:10)...
Christmas, Vikings, and the Providence of God - Article
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James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - ... God’s providential actions reported in the book of Esther)—God working in the lives of humans, what some have called providential history, or what the apostle Paul called human “epistles” (2 Corinthians 3:1-3)...
Ruth 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
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... featuring a particular woman, the other being the book of Esther. Oddly enough, Ruth was a Moabitess, whose people were almost perpetual enemies of Israel, the chosen people. Still more surprisingly, Ruth actually appears in the genealogical...
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