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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Septuagint - Psalm 72

Psalm 72, in the Masoretic Bible, ends with the following words: "The prayers of David the son of Jesse are ended." In the Septuagint, the final words are similar: "The hymns of David, the son of Jessae, are ended." But, in the first book, at the beginning of the Psalm it is written: "Solomon Psalm". And on the other: "For Solomon." Clearly, the Septuagint has the correct title, and it was David who wrote this Psalm. It is the prayer of a father wishing all good things for the reign of his son.

 1 For Solomon. O God, give thy judgment to the king, and thy righteousness to the king's son;
 2 that he may judge thy people with righteousness, and thy poor with judgment.
 3 Let the mountains and the hills raise peace to thy people:
 4 he shall judge the poor of the people in righteousness, and save the children of the needy; and shall bring low the false accuser.
 5 And he shall continue as long as the sun, and before the moon for ever.
 6 He shall come down as rain upon a fleece; and as drops falling upon the earth.
 7 In his days shall righteousness spring up; and abundance of peace till the moon be removed.
 8 And he shall have dominion from sea to sea, and from the river to the ends of the earth.
 9 The Ethiopians shall fall down before him; and his enemies shall lick the dust.
 10 The kings of Tharsis, and the isles, shall bring presents: the kings of the Arabians and Saba shall offer gifts.
 11 And all kings shall worship him; all the Gentiles shall serve him.
 12 For he has delivered the poor from the oppressor; and the needy who had no helper.
 13 He shall spare the poor and needy, and shall deliver the souls of the needy.
 14 He shall redeem their souls from usury and injustice: and their name shall be precious before him.
 15 And he shall live, and there shall be given him of the gold of Arabia: and men shall pray for him continually; and all the day shall they praise him.
 16 There shall be an establishment on the earth on the tops of the mountains: the fruit thereof shall be exalted above Libanus, and they of the city shall flourish as grass of the earth.
 17 Let his name be blessed for ever: his name shall endure longer than the sun: and all the tribes of the earth shall be blessed in him: all nations shall call him blessed.
 18 Blessed is the Lord God of Israel, who alone does wonders.
 19 And blessed is his glorious name for ever, even for ever and ever: and all the earth shall be filled with his glory. So be it, so be it.
 20 The hymns of David the son of Jessae are ended.

Dinosaurs in the Bible

There is an interesting passage in the book of Job, about an animal with a strange name that translators, without knowing what exactly it is translate sometimes for elephant, sometimes for hippopotamus. The problem is in the tail. Dinosaurs had a great and strong tail, and elephants have a little flap (hippo's tail is even smaller than the elephant's). Certainly, he is our old acquaintance, the dinosaur, probably the Brachiosaurus, which used his powerful tail as a defense weapon. This proves the existence of dinosaurs in the Bible and also says when they were created: in the same day that man was created.

Sunday, September 4, 2016

Bible Verses and Quotes

Chosen bible verses and quotes with illustrations, on specific topics

:: Blessings
:: Charity
:: Children
:: Comfort
:: Conversion
:: Deliverance
:: Discipleship
:: Encouragement
:: Enemies
:: Evangelization
:: Faith
:: Forgiveness
:: Holiness
:: Hope
:: Labouredness
:: Love
:: Obedience
:: Peace
:: Praise
:: Promise
:: Salvation
:: Sovereignty
:: Thankfulness
:: Thanksgiving
:: Trustfulness
:: Worship

Coloring Pages - Sower Parable - Seeds on Stony Places

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Coloring Pages - Sower Parable - Seeds Devoured by the Fowls

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Clipart Sower Parable - Seeds on Stony Places

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Monday, July 18, 2016

Bible Quiz - Joseph in Egypt

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  • 1 - To whom Joseph was sold in Egypt?

    A - Potiphar.
    B - Cleopatra.
    C - Pharaoh.

  • 2 - About what Pharaoh's dream was?

    A - Corn and wheat.
    B - Cows and ears.
    C - Sheep and cattle.

  • 3 - Who, of the brothers, first suggested selling Joseph?

    A - Judah.
    B - Simeon.
    C - Naphtali.

  • 4 - When Joseph interpreted Pharaoh's dream, what he said would happen?

    A - Earthquakes.
    B - Famine.
    C - Epidemics.

  • 5 - Joseph hid an object into Benjamin's sack. What was it?

    A - A golden comb.
    B - A cymbal.
    C - A silver cup.

  • 6 - To whom Joseph's brothers sold him?

    A - To the hittites.
    B - To the jebusites.
    C - To the ishmaelites.

  • 7 - For what reason Joseph ended up in Pharaoh's prison?

    A - He killed a man.
    B - Did not permit himself to be seduced by the wife of his master.
    C - He stole his master.

  • 8 - Which one of Joseph's brother wanted to save him?

    A - Levi.
    B - Dan.
    C - Reuben.

  • 9 - When Joseph's brothers came to Egypt to buy food, who stayed behind as a prisoner?

    A - Judah.
    B - Simeon.
    C - Benjamin.

  • 10 - What was the pay given for Joseph by the ishmaelites?

    A - Twenty pieces of silver.
    B - Frankincense and Myrrh.
    C - Twenty lambs.

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Bible Quiz - John, the Baptist

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1 - What was the name of the priest, father of John, the Baptist?


2 - What was the name of John, the Baptist's mother?


3 - What was the name of the angel who was sent to the father of John, the Baptist, to announce to him his birth?


4 - For doubting the angel who announced the birth of his son, the father of John, the Baptist, were punished with what condition?


5 - Who was emperor of Rome, when John, the Baptist, began his ministry?

Julius Caesar.
Tiberius Caesar.

6 - Who was governor of Judea when John, the Baptist, began his ministry?

Pontius Pilate.

7 - From what material was the garment of John, the Baptist, made, and what was his food?

Camel's hair and honey.
Linen and bread.
Sackcloth and grapes.

8 - In which river John was baptizing the people who came to him?


9 - Who asked Herod the head of John, the Baptist, on a platter?

The wife of Pontius Pilate.
The daughter of Herod.
The daughter of Herodias.

10 - What foods John, the Baptist, did not eat or drink?

Bread and Water.
Bread and Wine.
Meat and wine.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Bible Quiz - Israel's Feasts

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1 - What feast was celebrated in the first month, on the fourteenth of the month, at twilight?

Lord’s Passover.

2 - When was celebrated the Feast of Unleavened Bread?

On the fifteenth day of the first month.
On the day after the Sabbath.
At the harvest.

3 - When was celebrated the Feast of Firstfruits?

In early spring.
At the harvest.
At the first New Moon.

4 - How long after the Feast of Firstfruits took place the celebration of Pentecost?

After 30 days.
After 50 days.
After 70 days.

5 - On which day was held the Feast of Trumpets?

On the tenth day of the seventh month.
On the first day of the seventh month.
On the first Saturday after the Feast of Firstfruits.

6 - When the Day of Atonement happened?

On the fifteenth day of the seventh month.
On the second Saturday of the seventh month.
On the tenth day of the seventh month.

7 - What should people do on the Day of Atonement?

Afflict their souls.
Eat bitter herbs.
Celebrate the Lord with singing and dancing.

8 - On which day of the week the Day of Atonement fell?


9 - The last fixed annual feast for the Israelites was celebrated on the fifteenth day of the seventh month. What was his name?

Feast of Tabernacles.
Feast of Yom Kippur.
Feast of Hanukkah.

10 - How long was the duration of the last feast of the year?

7 days.
10 days.
14 days.

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Bible Quiz - Genesis 3

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1- What was the name of the man who pioneered the practice of polygamy?


2- Who was the ancestor of the shepherds?


3- Who was the ancestor of the musicians?


4- Who was the ancestor of metalworkers?


5- What was the name of the third son of Adam and Eve, after Cain killed Abel?


6- What was the name of the grandson of Adam and Eve?


7- How many years Adam, the first man, lived?


8- Enoch, one of Noah's ancestors, had not die because he was taken by God. How many years he lived in this world?


9- Methuselah was, amongst men, the one which had achieved the highest longevity. How many years he lived?


10- How old was Noah when his three children, who together with him survived the flood, began to be born?


Sunday, June 19, 2016

Bible Crossword - Christ's Genealogy in Matthew

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Answers: Abia Abraham Asa boaz David Ezekias Isaac Jesse Josaphat Joseph Josias judah Obed Roboam Solomon

Bible Quiz - Genesis 2

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1- Who gave names to all the animals that had been created?

Adam and Eve.

2- God created woman, primarily, for her to be for the man "an help meet for him" (Gen 2:18). What is the meaning of these words?

Friendly, good company.
That is able to perform certain roles or carry out certain works.
Beautiful, seductive.

3- God forbade Adam and Eve eating the fruit of the knowledge of good and evil. What else they could not do regarding this fruit?

Touch it.
Look at it.
Smell it.

4- With what kind of material were the clothes of the first human beings made of?

Fig leaves.
Animal skins.
Grape leaves.

5- Why God drove out Adam and Eve from Eden?

Because they had disobeyed the order He had given them: not to eat from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil.
Because they had become like God, knowing good and evil.
So they would not eat the fruit of the Tree of Life.

6- What was the first occupation of the human being?

Tiller of the ground.

7- What was the first son of Adam and Eve?


8- Why was Cain so enraged with Abel, as to kill him?

Because God was more pleased of Abel's offering.
Because Adam and Eve loved more Abel and his sheep than Cain's vegetables.

9- After God had rebuked him, Cain dwelt in what place?


10- What was the name of the first city that has been built, according to the Bible?


Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Bible Quiz - Genesis 1

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1- What God did in the first day?

Put the lights in the firmament of heaven.
Created light and divided between the light and the darkness.
Created man and woman.

2- What God did in the second day?

Created paradise, which he called Eden.
Created birds and marine animals.
 Made up the firmament, which He called heaven.

3- Besides serving for dividing between day and night and giving light upon the earth, for what another purpose were made the lights that God put in the firmament of heaven?

For signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years.
For astrological signs.
For influencing plant growth.

4- On the same day that God had created the sea creatures, what other species of animals had also been created?

The wild beasts.
The birds.
The Reptiles.

5- God, in every day of its creation, said that it was good what he had done. In certain one of those days he looked and said that it was "very good." Which one was it?

 The first day.
 The sixth day.
 The third day.

6- What is the day of creation which was blessed by God?

The first one, for being the beginning of creating.
The sixth, for having created man on it.
The seventh, for in it He has completed his creation.

7- In which direction was the place where God planted the Garden of Eden?


8- What kind of tree was in the middle of the Garden of Eden?

The tree of life.
The tree of knowledge of good and evil.
A Tree pleasant to the sight and good for food.

9- What was the name of the fourth river issuing from Eden's garden?


10- In what land, next to Eden, there was gold of good quality?