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Psalms 139:15: My substance - Study Note
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... My substance. This refers to the basic frame or skeleton. Note also the similar testimony in Ecclesiastes 11:5. The marvels of embryonic growth are still largely unexplained by scientists, but God...
Psalms 139:15: curiously wrought - Study Note
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... curiously wrought. “Curiously wrought” means “embroidered,” a striking description of the double-helical DNA molecular program, which organizes part by part the beautiful structure of the whole...
Biblical Truth in High Definition - Article
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James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - ... passive) form. Morris, H. M. 2001. Treasures in the Psalms. Green Forest, AR: Master Books, Inc., 222-223. See also Morris, H. M. 2001. Curiously Wrought. Acts & Facts. 30 (12). Wigram, G. V. 2001. The Englishman’s Hebrew...
Psalms 63:9: lower parts of the earth - Study Note
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... lower parts of the earth. This striking phrase is used also in Psalm 139:15, Isaiah 44:23, Ezekiel 31:14, 16, 18, and 32:18, 24. In the Ezekiel passages it is rendered “nether parts of the earth,” in Psalm 139:15 “lowest parts...
Psalms 139:15: lowest parts - Study Note
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... lowest parts. For “lowest parts,” read “nether parts,” or “hidden parts.” God made these hidden parts, or elements, of the earth, then formed Adam’s body from this “dust of the earth”...
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