John’s Gratitude

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John's Gratitude
An Imaginative Interpretation of The Transfiguration from Matthew 17:1-8, Luke 9:28-37, Mark 9:2-9, John 1:4, 14, and Ezekiel 37:26-27 using the Hebrew names and written from the perspective of John (Yochanan)
November 26, 2019
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Yeshua (Jesus) took the three of us up a mountain to a secluded place surrounded by kermes oak trees. He had asked if we would accompany Him for a time of prayer. Of course! Father had revealed to us that our Friend was the Messiah, and His teaching had penetrated our souls every day as we listened to the life-giving grace that came from His every word. What a thrilling privilege – that He would ask us to go anywhere at all with Him! We were eager for each purposeful adventure.

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No Trace

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No Trace
Rahab's Story of Redemption
Inspired by Rahab’s life and the following Bible passages:
Matthew 1:5; Hebrews 11:31; James 2:25; Joshua 2-6; Romans 5:8; Isaiah 1:18
April 2010
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Before I share the following 7 chapters and Epilogue of No Trace, I would like to start with a few disclaimers:

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Elisha's Perspective

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Elisha's Perspective 
Staying close
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I was in awe of Elijah. The awe permeated down to my bones. His courage, his resolute fervor captivated me. I felt needy, greedy, clingy. I wanted to be with him all the time. I wanted everything he had, everything he was... multiplied over and over. I wanted to swim in him. He had a connection with the Almighty that I thirsted for.

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Paar's Story

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Paar's Story
Your words became my joy!
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In about AD 60 as recorded in Acts 8:26-40, Philip was told by an angel to go to the desert road from Jerusalem to Gaza. There he met an Ethiopian eunuch, a court official for the queen of his country. Since we don’t know his name, I would like to call him Paar*. Paar was on his way home from Jerusalem where he had been worshipping.

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Hello, I'm Beth Ann, and this is my blog where I share the beauty of God's Word through Scripture studies and devotional writing for personal and group use!

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