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Trust: A Hebrew Word Study

Updated on November 17, 2017
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Introduction

There are several Hebrew words that are translated "trust" in the Old Testament. One in particular, "batach", stands out in terms of what it looks like to trust in God when viewed in it's pictographic form. The following is an example of the context in which this specific Hebrew word we will study is used.

The LORD is my strength and my shield;
My heart trusted (batach) in Him, and I am helped;
Therefore my heart greatly rejoices,
And with my song I will praise Him.

— Psalm 28:7

Before we begin, it is valuable to understand that the Hebrew language is a pictographic one. In its most ancient form, the letters were once expressed by pictures that represented illustrative concepts. This helps for comprehending the foundational substance of the words that contain them. In terms of modern biblical studies, these images can help us form solid unchangeable concepts that assist us not only in word comprehension but also in our application.

The natural biological and agricultural icons used to represent the concepts are stable. For example; An ox will always do what an ox does and has always done. When language is not attached to these concrete ideas it becomes very plastic and fluid. Word associations and their meanings attached to them can change dramatically over time without this type of a system in place. It is an added layer of insight so that we can trust His truth.

In relation to this thought, the ancient near eastern languages, according to those who study them, are understood to be more geared toward function and purpose as it applies to life. This could be why westerners struggle with trust as it concerns the Word of God because we have separate compartments for knowledge and functional application. We can read things and be entirely disconnected from how that translates into purposeful action.

be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves

— James 1:22

May we, like the ancients of old, not just be interested in learning something new, like the Athenians (westerners) in Acts, but more deeply understand God's truth that we may better live out these beautiful revelations.

For all the Athenians and the foreigners who were there spent their time in nothing else but either to tell or to hear some new thing

— Acts 17:21

Definition of "Trust"

Gesenius' Hebrew Lexicon defines "trust" as; "to set one's hope and confidence upon", "to be secure fearing nothing", and it is many times translated as "confidence", "security", and "hope".

Let's next take a look at the pictograph of each letter that forms this word "trust" (batach) and see how it can help us to wrap not only our thinking but our actions around the valuable revelation of this Hebrew word.

The Hebrew letters in "betach" are "bet", "tet", and, a "chet".

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Bet: Inside

"Bet" is the first letter of the Hebrew word "betach" and it is a picture of a tent, home or family. It speaks of being on the inside, abiding, and rest. When the word trust is used in Scripture the word "in" frequently follows.

...we have trusted in His holy name.

— Psalm 33:21

Being in a home and or family are places that can and should be associated with safety, security, trust, and rest.

It is very interesting that the entire Word of God begins with a "bet" indicating that everything begins with Gods desire to create a home and family. The creation account is about preparing a place to do just that and ends with an event of rest and abiding.

Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them.

And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made.

And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made

— Genesis 2:1-3

Sin separated us from that original plan and left us orphans outside of the household of the Heavenly Father. but God restored us through the death and resurrection of His only Begotten Son on our behalf.

ye were without Christ, being aliens from the commonwealth of Israel, and strangers from the covenants of promise, having no hope, and without God in the world:

But now in Christ Jesus ye who sometimes were far off are made nigh by the blood of Christ...

or through him we both have access by one Spirit unto the Father.

Now therefore ye are no more strangers and foreigners, but fellowcitizens with the saints, and of the household of God

— Ephesians 2:12-13, 19

Being "in" covenant with God through His Son Jesus is about being in His family.

...according to the eternal purpose which He accomplished in Christ Jesus our Lord, in whom we have boldness and access with confidence (trust) through faith in Him...For this reason I bow my knees to the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, from whom the whole family in heaven and earth is named

— Ephesians 3:11-15

He chose us in Him...In Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins...In Him also we have obtained an inheritance...In Him you were sealed with the Holy Spirit of promise...In Him you also trusted, after you heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation; in whom also, having believed, you were sealed with the Holy Spirit of promise

— Ephesians 1:4-13

The Gospel of John and the Epistle of I John contain more references to the phrase "in Him", than any of the other gospels and epistles. John is often referred to as the disciple whom Jesus loved in his Gospel and considered to be of the "inner circle" of most frequently mentioned disciples.

According to Steven Coxhead on his website Berith Road, The gospel of John records that "Rebirth by the Spirit is necessary for entering "into" the kingdom family of God (John 3:5), and for experiencing eternal life and immortality (John 3:6). In the new covenant age"

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life

—John 3:16

Whoever confesses that Jesus is the Son of God, God abides in him, and he in God.

— I John 4:15

There is no security or trust outside of Him. In Him, there is nothing to fear.

And we know that the Son of God is come, and hath given us an understanding, that we may know him that is true, and we are in him that is true, even in his Son Jesus Christ. This is the true God, and eternal life.

— I John 5:20

Tet: Wrapped

The second letter of the Hebrew word for trust "betach" is a "tet" and it is a picture of something wrapped or coiled like a snake or I have also read it can be like a basket in terms of its weave. The concept of wrapping can be related to how a baby loves to be swaddled and wound tightly in a blanket. It seems to be soothing to babies to be bundledin this way. To be unswaddled biblically was a likened to abandonment.

As for your nativity, on the day you were born your navel cord was not cut, nor were you washed in water to cleanse you; you were not rubbed with salt nor wrapped in swaddling cloths.

— Ezekiel 16:4

"Tet" can also represent distinguishing what is good through experience, as the reference to the snake would exhibit, in that a snake has a dual forked tongue that it tastes the atmosphere around it with. The letter "tet" is the first letter in the Hebrew word for good

Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good; Blessed is the man who trusts in Him!

Psalm 34:8

Trust has to do with distinguishing that He is good and to be wrapped and swaddled in the goodness of His everlasting arms

The eternal God is your refuge (place of trust), And underneath are the everlasting arms..

— Deuteronomy 33:27

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Chet: Fence

"Chet" is depicted with a fence or a wall and is attached to the concepts of surrounding protecting, and embracing and includes the idea of exclusivity.

In terms of exclusivity "chet" is highly connected with concepts of covenant giving us the understanding that, much like "bet", our first letter, it is only in relationship with The God of all creation through His one and only Son who covenanted on the cross on behalf of us, that we can abide and trust in Him. Christ secured for us that indescribable gift and privilege.

This pictograph differs in thought from "bet", in that, it speaks more of boundaries. Our part of trusting God as it concerns this letter is for us to stay within the boundaries of God's purposed and determined ways. God is not obligated to protect us when we step outside of those fences He has built for our protection. The promise of these protections are for the faithful, believing, and obedient.

Thus says the Lord:

“Keep justice, and do righteousness,
For My salvation is about to come,
And My righteousness to be revealed.
Blessed is the man who does this,
And the son of man who lays hold on it;
Who keeps from defiling the Sabbath,
And keeps his hand from doing any evil.”

Do not let the son of the foreigner
Who has joined himself to the Lord
Speak, saying,
“The Lord has utterly separated me from His people”;
Nor let the eunuch say,
“Here I am, a dry tree.”
For thus says the Lord:
“To the eunuchs who keep My Sabbaths,
And choose what pleases Me,
And hold fast My covenant,
Even to them I will give in My house
And within My walls a place and a name
Better than that of sons and daughters;
I will give them an everlasting name
That shall not be cut off.

— Isaiah 56:1-5

The very first occurrence of "betach" in Scripture illustrates this in its negative form. God informs His childeren that to live in direct disobedience to Him through lack of trust will cause those walls of protection to come down.

They shall besiege you at all your gates until your high and fortified walls, in which you trust, come down throughout all your land; and they shall besiege you at all your gates throughout all your land which the LORD your God has given you.

— Deuteronomy 28:52

Some word examples that contain similar ideas that contain the letter "chet" in their Hebrew form and can be considered things that surround are compassion, mercy (God's faithful loyal love), and favor.

Many sorrows shall be to the wicked; But he who trusts in the LORD, mercy (chesed) shall surround him.

— Psalm 32:10

Trust has to do with knowing and believing that we are surrounded and protected in His mercy.

Combining the Concepts

All three Hebrew letters come with the idea of being on the inside, being surrounded, and protected.

Combining the three letter pictographs used to form the Hebrew word for "trust" into a unified concept, we could read this word to mean that trusting God is abiding and resting in Him by discerning His goodness and greatness and being protected, embraced, and surrounded by His covenant love compassion and favor.

For You, O LORD, will bless the righteous;
With favor You will surround him as with a shield

— Psalm 5:12

The following is a video of how to say a much quoted verse on trust and the portion begins with the Hebrew word "betach"

Trust (betach) in the Lord with all your heart,
And lean not on your own understanding;
In all your ways acknowledge Him,
And He shall direct your paths.

— Proverbs 3:3-5

Great Scripure References About Trusting in Him

I conclude this word study with several scriptures that speak of being 'In Him" that we can sincerely trust.

He heeded their prayer, because they put their trust in Him

— I Chronicles 5:20

He is a shield to all who trust in Him.

— Psalm 18:30

My heart trusted in Him, and I am helped

— Psalm 28:7

our heart shall rejoice in Him, Because we have trusted in His holy name.

— Psalm 33:21

Blessed is the man who trusts in Him!...The LORD redeems the soul of His servants, And none of those who trust in Him shall be condemned.

— Psalm 34:8, 22

Commit your way to the LORD,Trust also in Him, And He shall bring it to pass...He shall deliver them from the wicked, And save them, Because they trust in Him.

— Psalm 37:5, 40

He is a shield to those who put their trust in Him.

— Proverbs 30:5

The LORD is good, A stronghold in the day of trouble; And He knows those who trust in Him.

— Nahum 1:7

(1) berithroad.blogspot.com/

© 2010 Tamarajo

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      robin lever 

      34 hours ago

      awesome

    • Tamarajo profile imageAUTHOR

      Tamarajo 

      7 months ago

      Hi DDD

      I am glad to know the study was useful.

      Thank you for your visit and comment.

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      DDD 

      7 months ago

      This was an awesome explanation and study!

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      Tamarajo 

      10 months ago

      Hi Yvonne,

      The pictographs really do add some depth to our conceptual understanding of words that can sometimes be generic to us. They really do help us to see what that looks like.

      I'm glad that you found the revelation useful. Thank you for reading and commenting.

      God bless!

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      Yvonne 

      10 months ago

      This has been an outstanding article. I really enjoyed it and the how informative it is. Completes the word TRUST using pictures. Learned something new. Thank you

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      Tamarajo 

      12 months ago

      A note to Karla who emailed me, I was unable to reply to your email. I tried twice but both times it bounced back. If you get this note please try again as I would love to answer your questions.

      God Bless and Shalom to you too

      Tammy

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      Tamarajo 

      24 months ago

      Hello Channing, I sincerely think learning to trust is a lifelong experience for all. It takes practice to shift our focus from our human experiences, which always come with fragility, to knowing God who is rock solid and can be trusted.

      God bless you on your journey to knowing our great God and thank for stopping by.

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      Channing 

      24 months ago

      Im learning to trust Him and to understand the meaning of the word is a great place to start! Thanks for the knowledge.

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      Tamarajo 

      2 years ago

      Thank you Paul glad you found something useful in the study and appreciate your visit. God bless!

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      Paul K Francis 

      2 years ago from east coast,USA

      Your hub was very informative and helpful, and a very good read. Thanks.

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      Tamarajo 

      3 years ago

      Hello T-Wynne, Yes, the original language really helps us comprehend the full depth and dimension of God's will and ways. Thank you for stopping by to read and commenting.

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      T-Wynne 

      3 years ago

      This is really nice to meditate on. I love love how you broke my two favorite verses in its original Hebrew language.

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      Tamarajo 

      4 years ago

      Thank you Jamie, I appreciate you stopping by and commenting.

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      jamiebisso7 

      4 years ago

      Tamara,I love you give insight about the word through hebrew study

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      Tamarajo 

      5 years ago

      Thank you The Stages Of ME for your thoughtful comment and visit. I agree breaking it down sometimes is like the digestive process where are enabled to assimilate the nutrients of the Word most usefully.

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      The Stages Of ME 

      5 years ago

      Tamarajo ~

      I enjoyed this hub it was very interesting to have the breakdown of the Hebrew words. Thanks for sharing and God bless:)

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      Tamarajo 

      6 years ago

      Glad you stopped by Greg. I am glad you found the revelation useful. I am still learning from these things myself. Thank you for reading and your encouraging comment.

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      Greg 

      6 years ago

      My first time on site. Love it! Currently work on degree in Evangelisem and this site is so helpful. Eliminates information to bring you true knowledge of God's word.

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      Tamarajo 

      6 years ago

      Thank you Phelcky for visiting and commenting on the article. I am glad you found the information useful and interesting

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      Lilly 

      6 years ago from Denmark

      Great information Tamarajo! Indeed a very interesting hub.

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      Tamarajo 

      6 years ago

      Thank you drpastorcarlott glad to have you stop by. Thanks for your vote visit and comment.

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      Pastor Dr. Carlotta Boles 

      6 years ago from BREAKOUT MINISTRIES, INC. KC

      Thumps-Up!!! Well done!! Voted-Up! Much love...

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      Michael S. 

      6 years ago from Winston-Salem, NC

      Amen!

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      Tamarajo 

      6 years ago

      Hello ithabise I think learning to trust Him in the unseen is the struggle we all face especially in the light of physical circumstance.

      What I most understand in this lesson is that "in Him" is the safest place we can be.

      Blessed to have you stop by and comment.

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      Michael S. 

      6 years ago from Winston-Salem, NC

      Thanks you, Tamarajo. This has been the premier word of my life for the last two years. I'm learning to trust God where I cannot see.

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      Tamarajo 

      6 years ago

      Hello Hyphenbird, The original Biblical language gets more and more fascinating and revealing of God's goodness, character, and message intent. Modern languages are always changing but just like our God He never changes and neither does His Word. The word studies always agree with already revealed truth and add depth to our understanding about His truth. I believe that the way He designed the language was so we could not twist and turn it to suit ourselves but it would always mean what it always meant so we can always "trust" Him in it.

      Thank you for stopping by. I appreciate your comment and your visit.

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      Brenda Barnes 

      6 years ago from America-Broken But Still Beautiful

      Thank you for this word study. It has helped me a lot. I am drawing ever closer to to the actual language of the Word. You are a blessing for putting this together.

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      Minstrel, Thank you for reading. His Word is a joy to study. It is all I would do if I could.

      I appreciate you stopping by and commenting.

      Be blessed.

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      The Minstrel 

      7 years ago from Hawaii

      Thank you for all your hard work. This took a lot of research and time.

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      Hi Tony. I have enjoyed the letter break downs too. They confirm and give greater depth and understanding to His truth.

      I am glad you enjoyed and I appreciate your visit and comment.

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      Tony L Smith 

      7 years ago from Macon

      Nice!! enjoyed the letter breakdowns

      Thanks Tamarajo

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      Thank you Wbisbill. I love revelation too. It always make me stand in awe of His incredible wisdom.

      Thanks for the encouragement. Blessed by your visit.

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      Wbisbill 

      7 years ago from Tennessee USA

      I Enjoy new revelations from Scripture. Thanks and Thumbs up!

      Maranatha

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      toknowinfo thank you. I am glad you were able to glean from the information in my hub. The Hebrew Word revelations really help me understand things better too. Blessed by our visit and comment.

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      Sky321, I appreciate your affirmation and your visit. Bless you too.

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      toknowinfo 

      7 years ago

      Well done hub. You make it easy to understand and read. I learn so much from you. Thanks for putting this together.

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      Sky321 

      7 years ago from Canada

      Beautiful hub and full of great information. Thanks for sharing. I look forward to reading more of your hubs. God Bless you.

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      Thank you George McGoffney for your your affirmation and your visit. : )

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      GEORGE MCGOFFNEY  

      7 years ago

      (((( AMEN)))

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      Thank you lovelypaper was glad you were able to glean something from the article. I appreciate your visit.

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      Renee S 

      7 years ago from Virginia

      Thank you for helping us to understand. This is very helpful.

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      justcallmeleroy I appreciate you stopping by.

      It is these root meanings that are so confirming to me. They are like the balance and check of His truth and at times give depth and substance to what is only seen on the surface.

      I am happy you started with a Hebrew Study hub they really are my favorite revelations.

      His Word is ever faithful and True.

      Blessed by your visit and comment.

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      Justcallmeleroy 

      7 years ago

      Tam, So many years and so many transcripts that have been as you stated copied and done so faithfully.

      Great Hub you are following the Spirit. I had one comment by someone.

      "Root"meaning is what one Jewish man said to me is the difference. God Bless

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      Thank you Pastor_Walt for you visit and comment : )

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      Pastor_Walt 

      7 years ago from Jefferson City, Tennessee

      Great lens! Thank you!

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      Thank you dahoglund You are right language and word associations change with culture which is why I love the word picture concepts because the concepts never change. Which makes the Hebrew version of scriptures so reliable. They have been meticulously copied so faithfully by the Jewish people for thousands of years and the word meanings have never changed.

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      Don A. Hoglund 

      7 years ago from Wisconsin Rapids

      Informative. There is much confustion of the Bible because many people don't understand that language changes ofver time and place.

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      Skye thank you for your gracious comment. Studying the Word always brings new life. I love those revelatory moments in the Word. The baby photo is my youngest granddaughter. Thanks for your visit.

      Thank you Leslie that is what Hebrew has done for me. It is always confirming and expounding on the truths in His Word. Blessed by our visit.

      Hi David I really enjoy biblically Word studies. You are correct a lot of times we miss things when we don't dig a little deeper into the original concepts of the words. Thank you for reading.

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      DavidWS10 

      7 years ago

      Thank you Tamarajo to opening my eyes so I could see the passages of Scripture you quoted a little more clearly. Word studies are very beneficial. They are an essential part of my sermon preparation. If you don't understand the nuances of the original languages, you will sometimes lose something in the translation.

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      Leslie Patton 

      7 years ago from Texas

      Understanding the Hebrew language will really open your eyes to the scriptures. This was great reading for my morning, and really touched my heart. Thanks!

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      skye2day 

      7 years ago from Rocky Mountains

      Wow Beautiful. Now I see what your avitar is. Very Good. I love it. You are such a precious Child of our most High God.I am sure His face smiles on your dilegence in studying HIS word. I love the Bible. I started reading Genesis again ( last night) as I was reasearching something. I have read before but this was so awesome. I understood on a deeper level. he Holy Spirit was on me. He is awesome. Praise God.

      I love the baby photo and the scripture Thank You so much for the read. I look forward to reading more. Hugs Galore. Glory To God I landed on your path!!

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      Thank you Quill great to see you stop by.

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      "Quill" 

      7 years ago

      Informative and well worth the study... thank you for all the hard work.

      Blessings and Hugs

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      Tamarajo 

      7 years ago

      As always I appreciate your visit RevLady and thank you for commenting.

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      RevLady 

      7 years ago from Lantana, Florida

      Tamarajo,

      Quite informative and helpful to my ongoing studies. Thank you so much.

      Love, peace and joy in Him!

      Forever His,

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