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19 Oct And the Man Remained Silent..

And the man, wondering at her, remained silent.. Remained silent. So as to know whether the Lord had made his journey prosperous.. ---------- I’m sure you remember the story. Abraham’s son Isaac is all grown up, and needs a wife, And please..please..not a Canaanite one! So his father summons a trusted...

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16 Oct Demetrius, the Crafty Silversmith

Troublemaker. Rubble-Rouser. Rascal. And Cunning Businessman. That’s what I would call Demetrius, a certain resident of Roman Ephesus, and a Silversmith by profession. Demetrius' home city of Ephesus is very prosperous at this time, well-known for its magnificent temple of Diana, goddess of the moon, childbirth and other...

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06 Oct This Man, Tychicus..

“And Tychicus I have sent to Ephesus.” This little phrase catches my eye early one morning, as I read Apostle Paul’s letter to Timothy. It speaks volumes, I think. Who is this man Tychicus, and why is Paul sending him to Ephesus? My good friend Google Esq. informs me that Rome,...

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