by ngureco 8 years ago
Did Moses Have Two Wives – Zipporah And The Ethiopian Woman?
by graceinus 9 years ago
Did you know the word Deuteronomy means "Second Law", so was there two Covenants given to Moses?Deuteronomy is the fifth Book within the Holy Bible. In Greek the word Deuteronomy is drawn from two words: deuteros meaning Second and nomos meaning Law. If one looks at the verse in...
by Knowchrist 6 years ago
Do we ever lose God's gift?Recently I was watching a show on television in which one of the character stated that his father was a homosexual preacher. Immediately, my curiosity was peaked. If God blesses people with the gift of preaching/ teaching His Word, can that gift be lost because of our...
by PhoenixV 7 years ago
Why Did Elijah And Moses Appear To Jesus?
by ngureco 6 years ago
As A Believer, Can I Be Able To Hear The Voice Of God Speaking To Me Like Moses And Abraham Did?
by mich89 12 years ago
wats the name of that movie it came out recently with a killer who has two personality's his...and his wife's
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