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A,B, C of Bible people (4)

Discussion in 'Bible and Book Games' started by cinni, Aug 26, 2014.

  1. bbbbbbb

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  2. brinny

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    Wise Job (he was wise because, as it is written, he FEARED the Lord, and as it is written in Pr 9:10, the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom).
     
  3. bbbbbbb

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    Xerxes
     
  4. brinny

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    Young David-slew a big ol' baaad giant as the entire king's army including the king himself cowered in fear, hiding.
     
  5. bbbbbbb

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    Zephaniah
     
  6. brinny

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    Abel ~he had a WICKED heart, and he NEVER repented for killing his brother in cold blood.
     
  7. Konnie King

    Konnie King Bound for the Promised Land

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    It was Cain who killed Abel not the other way around.
     
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  8. NIrelandGillian

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    Balak - the king of Moab who tried to persuade Balaam to curse the children of Israel.

    Gillian
     
  9. brinny

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    LOL! You are right. :doh:

    Thank you.
     
  10. brinny

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    Cain ~killed his brother Abel, in cold blood.
     
  11. bbbbbbb

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  12. brinny

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    Eli ~an abominable father who allowed his sons, un-checked, to do abominations in the Temple, which reveals his "utter lack of regard for God and that he placed his sons above the living God). He did NOT "fear God" or he would've abhorred the sin his own sons were committing right in the Temple in God's face. He was a tragic figure of a father.
     
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  13. bbbbbbb

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    Nevertheless, God appointed Eli as His high priest and Eli was faith in serving God. Best yet, Eli successfully mentored Samuel, one of the greatest prophets of the Old Testament.

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  14. gerbilwoman

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    Goliath
     
  15. bbbbbbb

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    Hephzibah
     
  16. brinny

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    Eli had no "fear of God" and thus allowed his sons to be abominably wicked right in the Temple and did nothing to chastise them or remove them, etc. God "allowed" Samuel to be in the care of Eli (just as He allowed Saul to reign as king in all his rebellion and wickedness), in spite of Eli being a sawwy figure of a priest. God also pronounced judgement on Eli and his sons. In addition, this is why Eli died the the tragic way he did.

    Isaac ~the long-promised son of Abraham and Sarah.
     
  17. bbbbbbb

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    Jeroboam
     
  18. brinny

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    King Solomon- Although he obeyed King David, his father in following through on building the temple, he had no "fear of the Lord" as his father David did. He became not only a worshiper of many gods, but he also "sacrificed" to them.
     
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    Tertius (Roman number 4 - slaves had no names, only numbers)
     
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  20. brinny

    brinny everlovin' shiner of light in dark places Supporter

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    i did not know that....thanks.

    Unbelieving Judas
     
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