Moons full nine meanwhile went by. Gave Edda birth to a boy child then, in clouts she swathed the swarthy-skinned one. Thrall they called him, and cast on him water.
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The separation that God had commanded for the Jews from the uncleanness of the world evolved into a separation from all that was non-Jewish. This unloving attitude can be seen in the Old Testament book of Jonah; when God commanded Jonah to Nineveh to preach a message of repentance to the Assyrians there he was unwilling to go.
In fact, he disobediently boarded a ship bound for a Tarshish, a destination as far away from Nineveh as it was possible to go, to avoid offering salvation to pagans JON 1: However, even though that was the common feeling among Jews, the Bible also gives us examples of Jews who regarded unbelievers in a different light.
Joseph and Daniel, for example, respected and loyally served their masters even in the midst of their bondage, and testified about their faith in the true God. And in Second Kings we have another instance of a Jew who was enslaved in a foreign land, yet who displayed loyalty and compassion toward her masters by sharing her faith with them: What was her name?
Scripture is silent about that. When did she live? Sometime after Elisha began his ministry in B. Ben-Hadad II B.
How old was she? Who were her people? She was a Jew: The Bible at that time consisted of the Pentateuch B. Her people had promises from God: She was an Israelite: She had been a resident of the Israel vs. Israel, the northern kingdom, had separated from Judah in B.
By this time in Second Kings it had existed for at least eighty years and had seen nine apostate kings introduce spiritual adultery to the land. The land had been subjected to various forms of discipline by God in order to bring it to repentance, but people were still worshiping the golden calves at Dan and Bethel as well as engaging in the worship of Baal and other deities.
However, a remnant of people still followed the true God 1KI He ruled for only twelve years. Elijah the prophet was active during his first six years as king 2CH Though he once tried to kill Elisha 2KI 6: Where and what was her job? She had been taken prisoner by the Aramaeans Syrians during one of their marauding raids into Israel 2KI 5: She served the wife of Naaman.
She lived in somewhere in Syria in Aram, possibly in Damascus its most important city and capital-city of Ben-Hadad. The nation was eventually swallowed up by the Assyrian Empire but their language, Aramaic, became the universal tongue of the Assyrian and Babylonian Empires.
In the time of Second Kings Arameans were craftsmen, merchants, peasants, shepherds, soldiers and bandits The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, vol. What did she do? She was a good testimony. She was felt sorry that her master had leprosy: It has periods of debilitating weakness and fevers and is characterized by whitish patches of skin, tuberous skin growths and the wasting away of tissues.The MA in Counselling is a two-year full-time programme for University degree holders or applicants with a Bachelor of Theology (BTh) degree from an academically recognized institution.
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