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    Wednesday word Study Binding and Loosing

    Wednesday word Study Binding and Loosing

    Wednesday word Study Binding and Loosing

    Binding and loosing is originally a Jewish Mishnaic phrase also mentioned in the New Testament, as well as in the Targum( an ancient Aramaic paraphrase or interpretation of the Hebrew Bible). In usage, to bind and to loose simply means to forbid by an indisputable authority and to permit by an indisputable authority. Deo 1210 Bind: I declare it to be prohibited and unlawful. by a Chaldean and rabbinical idiom, to forbid, prohibit, declare to be illicit: Matthew 16:19; Matthew 18:18. 3089 Luo loose: declare lawful, To permit, allow: Matthew 16:19; Matthew 18:18   These terms are used in two places. The first in reference to access to the kingdom through the knowledge granted by Jesus. And the 2nd relates to the forgiveness and reconciliation between Christians. The apostle’s never pray binding or loosing prayers; they just exercise the authority given in the name of Jesus and by the presence of the Holy Spirit.  What does it mean to pray in my name? To gather, to pray, in the name of Jesus is to acknowledge the Lordship and kingship of Jesus with respect to his character and mission . Thus, to pray in the name of Jesus is to bring all the truth of Jesus's life and ministry to bear on the issue you are bringing to God in prayer.   Where did the teaching of binding and loosing originate in the church? 1845 eksorkistḗs – an exorcist; a person expelling demons, adjuring (binding) them by using oaths ("God-formulas," religious incantations).  He who exacts an oath of another.  an exorcist, i. e. one who employs a formula of conjuration for expelling demons: Acts 19:13 nkjv used often in the church Fathers. Binding and Loosing was practiced by some early Church Fathers. For example, binding Satan was a part of the exorcistic process as early as the third century and was commonly carried out before a catechumen( a Christian convert under instruction before baptism) was baptized. Though the terms "bind" and "loose" are not frequently used among the early church fathers, the concept is inherent in the use of the more frequent term "exorcism." Rather than speaking of binding and loosing as separate acts, they viewed both as a part of the exorcistic process. Nevertheless, several church fathers Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLrZriCc01bnp0Amb2gXDtQ/join Ask your bible question https://www.quora.com/profile/Anthony-Wilson-973/Subscribe  https://www.youtube.com/c/AnthonyWilson73Promote your channel https://veefly.com?referrer=101982


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    Singles versus the world live stream

    Singles versus the world live stream

    Singles versus the world live stream


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    Wednesday Word Study Restoration

    Wednesday Word Study Restoration

    Restoration: 724. arukah  healing of a wound, restoration, healing, restoration of Israel Isaiah 58:8  restoration of walls of temple 2 Chronicles 24:13, of walls of Jerusalem (compare Fi above) Nehemiah 4:1

    600 apokathístēmi (from 570 /apistía, "separated from" and 2525 /kathístēmi, "have a definite standing") – properly, restore back to original standing, i.e. that existed before a fall; re-establish, returning back to the (ultimate) ideal; (figuratively) restore back to full freedom (the liberty of the original standing); to enjoy again, i.e. what was taken away by a destructive or life-dominating power.

    600/apokathistēmi ("reestablish") emphasizes separation from the former, negative influence to enjoy what is forward (the restoration).

    2675 katartízō (from 2596 /katá, "according to, down," intensifying artizō, "to adjust," which is derived from 739 /ártios, "properly adjusted") – properly, exactly fit (adjust) to be in good working order, i.e. adjusted exactly "down" to fully function. ethically, to strengthen, perfect, complete, make one what he ought to be: τινα (1 Peter 5:10 (see above)); Galatians 6:1


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    How Do I Know I Am Save Live Conversation

    How Do I Know I Am Save Live Conversation

    How Do I Know I Am Save Live Conversation


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    Wednesday Word Study episode 2

    Wednesday Word Study episode 2

    Wednesday word study episode 2

    Labor 2872 kopiáō (from 2873 /kópos, "exhausting labor") – to labor until worn-out, depleted (exhausted)

    Heavy laden 5412 phortízō – overload (pack up), causing someone to be (literally) "weighted-down."

    Yoke 2218 zygós – properly, a yoke; a wooden bar placed over the neck of a pair of animals so they can pull together; (figuratively) what unites (joins) two people to move (work) together as one.

    [2218 (zygós) unites two elements to work as one unit, like when two pans (weights) operate together on a balance-scale – or a pair of oxen pulling a single plough.] hence, the name is so transferred to the commands of Christ as to contrast them with the commands of the Pharisees which were a genuine 'yoke'; yet even Christ's commands must be submitted to, though easier to be kept:


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    The Lost Books of the Bible part 1

    The Lost Books of the Bible part 1

    The Lost Books of the Bible

    Books Mentioned, But Not Found, In The Bible

    There are twenty-two books mentioned in the Bible, but not included.  The variation is due to possible double mentions using differing names for the same book.

    Book of the Covenant

    Exodus 24:7  And he took the book of the covenant, and read in the audience of the people: and they said, All that the Lord hath said will we do, and be obedient.

    There are those that believe the Book of the Covenant is found in Exodus chapters 20 through 23. There are no authoritative sources for this text.

    Book of the Wars of the Lord

    Numbers 21:14  Wherefore it is said in the book of the wars of the Lord, What he did in the Red sea, and in the brooks of Arnon,

    Certain sources believe that this is to be found by drawing text from several Old Testament books.  There are no authoritative sources for this text.

    Book of Jasher Here   We have the entire book on this site Here

    Joshua 10:13 And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day.

    2 Samuel 1:18 (Also he bade them teach the children of Judah the use of the bow: behold, it is written in the book of Jasher.)

    There is a book called “The Book of Jasher” today, although it is not the same book as mentioned in the Old Testament. It is an eighteenth-century forgery that alleges to be a translation of the “lost” Book of Jasher by Alcuin, an eighth-century English scholar. There is also a more recent book titled “The Book of Jashar” by science fiction and fantasy writer Benjamin Rosenbaum. This book is a complete work of fiction.

    Another book by this same name, called by many “Pseudo-Jasher,” while written in Hebrew, is also not the “Book of Jasher” mentioned in Scripture. It is a book of Jewish legends from the creation to the conquest of Canaan under Joshua, but scholars hold that it did not exist before A.D. 1625. In addition, there are several other theological works by Jewish rabbis and scholars called “Sefer ha Yashar,” but none of these claim to be the original Book of Jasher.

    In the end, we must conclude that the Book of Jasher mentioned in the Bible was lost and has not survived to modern times. All we really know about it is found in the two Scripture quotations mentioned earlier. The other books by that title are mere fictions or Jewish moral treatises.

    The Manner of the Kingdom / Book of Statutes

    1 Samuel 10:25 Then Samuel told the people the manner of the kingdom, and wrote it in a book, and laid it up before the Lord. And Samuel sent all the people away, every man to his house.

    The “Law of the Kingdom,” which Samuel rehearsed before the people, and which he wrote in a roll, and laid solemnly up and preserved among the State archives, related to the divinely established right and duties of the God-appointed king, and also clearly set forth the limitations of his power. The vice-gerent on earth of the invisible King could be no arbitrary despot, unless he transgressed plainly and openly the “manner of the kingdom” written in a book, and laid up before the Lord by Samuel.

    Book of Samuel the Seer

    1 Chronicles 29:29  Now the acts of David the king, first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the seer, and in the book of Nathan the prophet, and in the book of Gad the seer,

    Nathan the Prophet

    1 Chronicles 29:29  Now the acts of David the king, first and last, behold, they are written in the book of Samuel the seer, and in the book of Nathan the prophet, and in the book of Gad the seer,


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