Prophets - Sons of
--Rod and Staff
--Strain Gnats/Swallow Camels
--Tears in a Bottle
--Three Days & Three Nights
Thorns and Grain
Twigs Up the Nose
Walls - Untendered
Vinegar and Corn
Weights and Measures
Yahweh and Jehovah
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Text: Jer. 10:3-4 "For one
cutteth a tree out of the
forest, the work of the
hands of theworkman,
with the axe. They deck it
with silver and with gold; they fasten
it with nails and
with hammers that it move not. (KJV)
In Hebrew, the word for tree is ates
and means a living tree that is firm
and of a suitable
quality for carving. Ates
comes from the primitive Hebrew
root word atsah
, and it means to fasten or make firm, as in to
close , shut (as the eyes). In this verse...
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