What does the Bible say about the seventh son of a seventh son?

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John 8:51-52 51Verily, verily, I say unto you, If a man keep my saying, he shall never see death. 52Then said the Jews unto him, Now we know that thou hast a devil. Abraham is dead, and the prophets; and thou sayest, If a man keep my saying, he shall never taste of death.

Answered: Where in the bible does it say sons need fathers to lead in our

Them feminists and leftists would prefer that you go through a minister who is able to interpret your bible when it comes to raising your children from it, there, Fred. Or do what LadyDarko suggests and study the whole thing through in what the general public has to say about it. If anyone says ...

Answered: What does the longline represent in the niv bible

Do you mean the timeline that goes from creation to the authoring of Revelation?

Answered: Definition of marriage in the Bible

Marriage is considered honorable in the sight of God.You could find much details regarding this at http:///www.Dailydevotions.me
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What does the Bible say about putting children first before your

The Bible, and common decency, say for us to take very good care of our families. Children should honor their parents. Husbands and wives must love one another. That way we have some love left over for the kids. The more love you put in, the more love comes out. God is all about love! If there ...

What bible seventh day use?

that is an untrue statement. Seventh Day Adventists do not have their own Bible. The King James Version is considered the most proven and valid of all translations. you are very confused about what you're talking about. no SDA would say that someone worshipping on another day is a sinner or ...