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Answered: Can co borrower take borrower to court for car payment they verbally

Sure. From what little you have said, your chances or recovery are minute.

Answered: Tomb

In the Late Bronze Age, warrior chieftains (and family) were buried in decorated Tholos tombs, round stone subterranean tombs with vaulted roofs. The room so created is called a thalamos. They were usually built on slopes or into hills. Burials could be put in pits, cists, or into shaft graves cut ...

Answered: Why do Monks Brawl in Christ Tomb?

Identifying Christians, How? (2 Timothy 2:14-17) . . .Keep reminding them of these things, charging them before God as witness, not to fight about words, a thing of no usefulness at all because it overturns those listening. 15 Do your utmost to present yourself approved to God, a workman ...

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Answered: Knowledge of Jesus Christ

Well, we gain knowledge of Jesus Christ by hearing the word of God. The Bible says that " faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God." We need good, Godly preachers who Love the Lord and don't place riches or any worldly thing above the message of the mercy, forgiveness and Grace ...
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Jesus in scripture

Jesus IS the word.

Can any believer in Christ Jesus baptize another believer?

Since Baptism, like everything in the rituals of Christianity is a spiritual occurance, the answer is yes, and if there is no water, you can use saliva. The medium you use does not matter and who performs it does not matter(as long as the belief in the spiritual aspect of baptism is intact in both ...

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Can you borrow against an IRA?

I don't think you're "borrowing." I think whatever you take out is looked as "income." And you're taxed heavily on the amount. Whoever's holding your IRA, call and ask them if you can and what the penalties are. It's your money, you can always "get" it, but there's fines for taking it out before ...