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Abram's Trust Test - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... is: “Be sure your sin will find you out” (Numbers 32:23). Fortunately, God is also the God of mercy and forgiveness. Abram returned to Canaan, repented of his sin, and restored his fellowship with God. When such sin enters...
The Laborer - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... cares about His animal creation (note also Proverbs 12:10; Numbers 22:21–34; Job 39). Perhaps most significantly of all, it quotes two seemingly inconspicuous verses (one in Deuteronomy 25:4, the other in Luke 10:7), calling both of them...
Numbers 12:10: white as snow - Study Note
... white as snow. There may be an ironic note in this judgment, with Miriam’s sudden “whiteness” contrasting with the dark-skinned woman she had criticized. More likely, however, her complaint was that Moses had married outside...
Proverbs 12:10: life of his beast - Study Note
... life of his beast. See Numbers 22:21-34; also Job 39. When God placed the animals under man’s dominion (Genesis 1:26-28), this was a stewardship, not a license for cruelty. God has a purpose for every creature, and even though man can...
The Early Church Defended Creation Science - Article
Louis Lavallee, M.S., M.Div. - ... recorded 75 generations from Jesus to Adam.26 Using the numbers found in the Old Testament, Theophilus and others27 added up the number of years from the creation of the world. Theophilus concluded, There are not two myriads of myriads28...
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