Books of Kings

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  • The Typological Significance Of The Lamb In Exodus 12: 8-11?

    “Son of David” or belonging to the “House of David.” David’s covenant established the greatest earthly ruler of Israel as the precursor of the ultimate and permanent supreme ruler and savior of the universe: Jesus Christ. Both David and Jesus were kings under God’s blessing. God made seven promises to David as part of his covenant (2 Samuel 7, 1 Chronicles 17, and Psalm 89) but four of them would be fulfilled after his lifetime: 1. David is promised an eternal seed. This promised was fulfilled…

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  • Man Of God Meaning

    present before these books were penned and there have been many Men of God since the completion of our cannon. There have been many men of God described in the Bible. Let us take a brief look at their lives and persons to see what exactly it means to be a Man of God. When thinking of the Man of God we must first start with Moses, he is after all the first Man of God referenced…

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  • The Bible's Book Of Genesis And King Esarhaddon Of Assyria

    The article that I have chosen is the story about Joseph from the Bible’s Book of Genesis and King Esarhaddon of Assyria, who ruled Western Asia from 680-669 BCE. This article analyze and compare the parallel between both important figures. According to the Bible's Book of Genesis, Joseph was the younger son of Jacob. He had ten elder brothers who were envious of him since Joseph was Jacob’s favorite son with his second wife, Rachel. There was a plot against Joseph in which his half-brothers…

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  • The Importance Of Banning Books In Schools

    schools, then there are many meetings deciding whether the book should be banned or should stay. Challenging and banning books is a very popular matter now, with many eager to support, and some trying to get rid of the cause. Many parents and students question as to why books can be banned in the first place and what causes them to be taken out of so many schools. The authors of these novels have a few different opinions on taking these books out of schools. “Often…

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  • Chapter Summary: The Epic Of Mateo

    mirror when the figure began to speak. In a menacing voice it said ” I am the king of the shadows and I have a reason to believe that you have stolen the sphere of dark souls.” Before Mateo could even comprehend what was happening to him, the figure began to speak once more“ I want what you have stolen by…

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  • Libba Bary: Access To The Public Library

    stating that access to the public library essentially “cures” us of our nescience, pessimism, and prejudice. Bray describes books—to which the library card is a passport—as windows into new mindsets, ideas and perspectives; books are described as conduits by which the library broadens…

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  • Reflection On My Personal Reader Perspective

    middle school and once I got to high school I learned how to deeply analyze a book. Learning how to pick apart a novel gave me a whole new insight on the importance of novels and what type of knowledge those novels could give me. For example, I didn’t realize that stories had symbolism and held deeper meaning that could reveal truths about human nature. This opened my mind and gave me a new insight on how to properly read a book. Now, whether it’s a novel or textbook, I do not mind spending…

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  • The Importance Of The Book Can Change A Person's Life

    course the picture books were the best. I mean, at that age, I didn’t really have the visualization skills to see the book on my own just from words, versus how I am today. So, I loved having the pictures in books as a visual aid. I was reading things like “Beauty & the Beast, The Jungle Book, Tarzan, Cinderella, and The Lion King.” I can’t say how many times I read those books over and over. I went on to read more and more of those books, but this time they had some chapters. Books such as…

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  • Why Is The Printing Press Important

    advances of our modern history. A printing press was obviously used as a faster alternative to make copies of important documents. To us the thought of painstakingly writing out every page of a book seems absolutely unnecessary and a pain. Before the printing press there were scribes that would copy each page of book neatly. Johannes Gutenberg a German craftsman using a measly grape press revolutionized the world during the 1450’s by inventing the printing press. The convenience of the printing…

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  • Greek Mythology: Persephone

    When reading books and fairy tales, people more often than not learn many things. Not just crazy facts about dolphins, but real things that can be useful in everyday life. Stories are told every day by people for many different reasons. They are often told to give people hope when times are tough. They can also be used to give a message to a reader like how actions have consequences. Greek Mythology is no exception to this theory. Many messages and lessons could be learned from these myths like…

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