The biblical apocrypha denotes the collection of apocryphal ancient books thought to have been written some time between 200 BC and 400 AD. Some Christian churches include some or all of the same texts within the body of their version of the Old Testament, terming them deuterocanonical books.
Ezra Blout, a nine-year-old boy who died after falling into the raucous crowd at Travis Scott's infamous Astroworld festival, has died. The boy was found on the floor after his father passed out during the chaos at the concert, and he had been on life support since the night of the incident.
Grace has faith to her husband in such a way that even people gave her warnings about her husband she does not listen. Romeo his son and Grace's brother Ezra tried to warn her about marrying Simo,but she didn't listen. She thought that they are jealous of her getting married. Simo and Romeo are half brothers, they found each other recently but they do not see eye to eye. Simo is cheating with Violetta, in public they call themselves as sister and brother. Violetta is cheating on Mamba her husband, Mamba is a
Praise and worship is important primarily because the Bible commands it. In psalms for example, believers are repeatedly encouraged to praise and magnify the Lord. We even see in the book of Revelations where angels and other heavenly beings worship and honor God in heaven. Paul and Silas knew the secret of how to lift their hearts above their troubles and enter into God’s presence and power.
God commanded us not to bear false witness against our neighbors in Exodus 20:16. The Bible says in Proverbs 19:9, The repercussions of being a false witness are as follows: “A liar shall not go unpunished, and anyone who bears false witness shall perish.”
"I'm here, and please send me" (Isaiah 6:8). Isaiah was dispatched to preach and comfort the wandering Israelites. Noah was tasked with constructing the ark and warning the world of God's delight and impending judgment. Moses was tasked with leading the Israelites out of Egypt.
The loss of anything good and important is a prerequisite for restoration. After returning from captivity, God's people needed repair, as recorded in Ezra 9:1-9. Their example, I believe, provides vital lessons for people seeking God's face in some sort of restoration.
In Exodus 20:16, God forbade us from bearing false witness against our neighbors. Proverbs 19:9 states in the Bible, The following are the consequences of being a false witness: “A liar will not go unpunished, and anyone who gives false testimony will perish.”
Once upon a time, a preacher stated, "I don't come into this pulpit hoping that someone will come to Christ of their own volition. Another quarter has promise for me. I'm hoping that my Master will seize a few of you and declare, "You are mine, I claim you."
The Bible give us sound reason to conclude that Jesus did not born in December. There is no exact date that confirms Jesus’s birth. Consider the weather conditions at that time of the year in Bethlehem, where Jesus was born. Jewish month of Chislev (corresponding to November and December) was a month with a cold and rainy weather. It shows the lowest temperature of the year, with occasional snows in highlands. Let us see what the Bible tells us about the climate of that region. The Bible writer Ezra shows
Behold, the heavens and the heaven of heavens belong to the Lord your God, the earth also, with all that is in it and on it. (Deuteronomy 10:14 ) And yet no one has ever gone up to heaven, but there is One Who has come down from heaven–the Son of Man Himself, Who is (dwells, has His home) in heaven. (John 3:13 ) And Ezra said, You are the Lord, You alone; You have made heaven, the heaven of heavens, with all their host, the earth, and all that is on it, the seas and all that is in them; and You preserve them
"With praise and thanksgiving they sang to the Lord : 'He is good; His love to Israel endures forever.' And all the people gave a great shout of praise to the Lord, because the foundation of the house of the Lord was laid." Ezra 3:11 The people of Judah had been exiled. Jerusalem and its Temple were in ruins. Outsiders had taken over the land - people who did not understand or revere the customs of the Jewish nation. So when the first Jews returned from their exile, they were fearful and a bit intimidated by