Words of Wisdom - Proverbs 14:29

Written by Stanley T. Crawford


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Words of Wisdom - Proverbs 14:29 By Stanley T. Crawford

He who is slow to wrath has great understanding, but he who is impulsive exalts folly. (Proverbs 14:29)

Being slow to wrath allows us time to reflect on a given situation. When we reflect on a situation before we act, we may see aspects that arenít readily apparent on a cursory look. In addition, in situations that we allow ourselves to become angry, other men and women are often involved. Therefore, being slow to wrath may allow us time to evaluaterepparttar 126964 credibility and intentions ofrepparttar 126965 individuals we are angry with.

Wrath implies a level of emotion, and felling above simple anger. It often precedes or implies some type of retribution. As Christians, we should be careful about becoming wrathful. Specifically, God has declared that vengeance is his (Romans 12:19).

Biblical Holiday & History of Passover in March and Early April

Written by Angelique Watkins


Biblical History on The Book of Exodus Chapter 12, Christian Festival, Promises and an answered prayer for me. My reference is taken fromrepparttar King James Version of different Bibles that you may seerepparttar 126963 reference atrepparttar 126964 end of this article.

Passover: A feast ofrepparttar 126965 Jews in a call to remember/serve as a memorial ofrepparttar 126966 time when God, smitingrepparttar 126967 1st born ofrepparttar 126968 Egyptians, passed overrepparttar 126969 dwelling/residence ofrepparttar 126970 Hebrews (Exodus 12).

Biblical History on The Book of Exodus:

The second Book ofrepparttar 126971 Law or Pentateuch. It may be divided into two prinicipal parts: (1) Historical and (2) Legislative.

A little history ofrepparttar 126972 Exodus commences withrepparttar 126973 close ofrepparttar 126974 10 Plagues. At midnight,repparttar 126975 first-born were slain. (Exodus 12:29). They at once set forth from Ramses (verse 37, 39) and duringrepparttar 126976 night (verse 42) going intorepparttar 126977 morning, onrepparttar 126978 15th day ofrepparttar 126979 first month (Number 33:3).

They made three journeys and encamped byrepparttar 126980 Red Sea. ( The prophecy of Isaiah has been fulfilled 11:15; 14:5).

This is where Pharaoh overtook them, andrepparttar 126981 great miracle occurred by which they were saved, whilerepparttar 126982 purser and his army was destroyed.

March/Early April: Nisan

Abib: Exodus 12:2, 13:4; 23:15; 34:18

Exodus 12:2 --- Sacred Seasons, Historical Sacred Seasons - The Passover -- It Marksrepparttar 126983 Beginning ofrepparttar 126984 Year

Exodus 13:4, 34:18 --- Sacred Seasons, Historical Sacred Seasons - The Passover -- The Days of Unleavened Bread

Exodus 23:15 --- Sacred Seasons, Of The Hebrew Sacred Seasons In General -- Their Divine Appointment

EXODUS 12:2...BEGINNING OF YEAR CHANGED

Exodus 12:2...Historical Sacred Seasons - THE PASSOVER - MARKS THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR - The Hebrew Civil Year began with Tishri (October). Atrepparttar 126985 Exodusrepparttar 126986 Ecclesiastical Year was made to began with Abib (April) which afterrepparttar 126987 captivity, was called NISAN.

Exodus 13:4, 34:18...Sacred Seasons. THE PASSOVER - THE DAYS OF UNLEAVENED BREAD - Bread (unmixed I Corinthians 5:7, 8) Made Without Any Formented Dough, Eaten at Passover.

I CORINTHIANS 5:7, 8 --- Historical Sacred Seasons --- The Passover Becomes A Christian Festival

THE PROMISES:

Safety from all Harm and Danger Promised -- Pardon for Sins and Iniquities Promised (Exodus 12:13).

Safety from all Harm and Danger Promised (Exodus 12:23).

MARK - A HARMONY OF THE FOUR GOSPELS

Mark 6:1-6 - Part IV - From The 2nd PASSOVER Until The 3rd

Jesus Christ/Yeshua teaches in his own country, and is rejected...NAZARETH

A PROPHET WITHOUT HONOR

VERSE 1...AND he went out from thence, and came into his own country; and his disciples follow him.

Christ's Travels & Sojournings - The Next Two Years, Again in Galilee

verse 2...And whenrepparttar 126988 sabbath day was come, he began to teach inrepparttar 126989 synagogues: and many hearing him were astonished, saying, From whence hath this man these things? and what wisdom is this which is given unto him, that even such mighty works are wrought by his hands?

Christ's Ministry - Preaches inrepparttar 126990 Synagogus

verse 3...Is not thisrepparttar 126991 carpenter,repparttar 126992 son of Mary,repparttar 126993 brother of James, adn Joses, and of Juda, and Simon? and are not his sisters here with us? And they were offended of him.

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