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The Genealogies of Christ and “Jeconiah’s Curse”

It was a genealogical symphony, played in perfect time, every note in tune. His Father planned it all. Continue reading

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Jeconiah’s Age and the Genealogies of Christ

This series began with The Genealogies of Christ — Two Genealogies on the two listings in Matthew 1 and Luke 3.  It continued with Zerubbabel and the Genealogies of Christ on the “crossing” of the genealogies.  Rations for Jehoiachin dealt … Continue reading

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Zerubbabel and the Genealogies of Christ

In The Genealogies of Christ — Two Genealogies I discussed the genealogies of Christ in Matthew and Luke.  This post continues by looking at the descent of Christ in relation to two ancestors which curiously appear in both genealogies.

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A Tale of Two (Church) Heads

“Her Majesty the Queen is the Supreme Governor of the Church of England”  (official site of the Church of England). *********** Ephesians 5:23 …even as Christ is the head of the church.  

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In Case Anyone is Interested….

You may or may not have noticed it in the “recent comments” on the sidebar, but there’s been an interesting (to me, anyway) discussion on a post from a couple of weeks ago touching on the genealogies of Christ from Matthew … Continue reading

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A Proverb for Today — Proverbs 30:4

“Who hath ascended up into heaven, or descended? who hath gathered the wind in his fists? who hath bound the waters in a garment? who hath established all the ends of the earth? what is his name, and what is … Continue reading

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A Proverb for Today — Proverbs 14:9

Mocking sin and the Saviour is foolish and not righteous behaviour, and when friends, neighbours, or entertainers do this, we need to opt out. Continue reading

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