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CharliRenee

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Who offered armor to David in His battle with Goliath and did He use it. Yes or no and why?
 

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Is Easter mentioned in the Bible? If yes, name the scripture. ;)
but put to death the Prince of life, the one whom God raised from the dead, a fact to which we are witnesses.
Acts 3:15 NASB


one of many, but are you asking the celebration of this momentous event or the reason for the celebration?
No.
Where did the Apostle Paul leave his coat?
Actually no, it isn't. Someone decided to translate the Greek pascha to Easter, but it really means Passover. :cool:
Well now, even if the Greek pascha was translated to Easter, Easter was still mentioned in the Bible. hehehee ;)

Acts 12:4 King James Version (KJV)
4 And when he had apprehended him, he put him in prison, and delivered him to four quaternions of soldiers to keep him; intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people.

Of course, as Christians we celebrate Jesus' resurrection as Easter.

All of you gave great answers! Deade, yours was the most insightful! Thank you! :love:(y)
 

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Well now, even if the Greek pascha was translated to Easter, Easter was still mentioned in the Bible. hehehee ;)

Acts 12:4 King James Version (KJV)
4 And when he had apprehended him, he put him in prison, and delivered him to four quaternions of soldiers to keep him; intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people.

Of course, as Christians we celebrate Jesus' resurrection as Easter.

All of you gave great answers! Deade, yours was the most insightful! Thank you! :love:(y)
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http://www.kjvtoday.com/home/easter-or-passover-in-acts-124
Acts 12:4:

Textus Receptus: "ον και πιασας εθετο εις φυλακην παραδους τεσσαρσιν τετραδιοις στρατιωτων φυλασσειν αυτον βουλομενος μετα το πασχα αναγαγειν αυτον τω λαω"



King James Version: "And when he had apprehended him, he put him in prison, and delivered him to four quaternions of soldiers to keep him; intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people."



English Standard Version: "And when he had seized him, he put him in prison, delivering him over to four squads of soldiers to guard him, intending after the Passover to bring him out to the people."
 

CharliRenee

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Well now, even if the Greek pascha was translated to Easter, Easter was still mentioned in the Bible. hehehee ;)

Acts 12:4 King James Version (KJV)
4 And when he had apprehended him, he put him in prison, and delivered him to four quaternions of soldiers to keep him; intending after Easter to bring him forth to the people.

Of course, as Christians we celebrate Jesus' resurrection as Easter.

All of you gave great answers! Deade, yours was the most insightful! Thank you! :love:(y)
Bamidy Bam Bam, so yes, using passover as Deade said (agreed most insightful, dang you, wise bro), lol, and your verse Acts 12:4 brings it home. So I was right, neener, neener, but only in part, whaaaa, hahaha. < gosh my font has me emotional state all over the place, lol. Just messing Brethren, ok where are we?
 

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Bamidy Bam Bam, so yes, using passover as Deade said (agreed most insightful, dang you, wise bro), lol, and your verse Acts 12:4 brings it home. So I was right, neener, neener, but only in part, whaaaa, hahaha. < gosh my font has me emotional state all over the place, lol. Just messing Brethren, ok where are we?
My second book expounds on this subject. It was the Germanic Christians that first called Passover as Easter. Look in your dictionary to see where the name Easter comes from. :cool:
 

Deade

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Who offered armor to David in His battle with Goliath and did He use it. Yes or no and why?
It was King Saul the gave David the armor. He started to put it on but realized he had not "proved" (tested) it yet. He then decided to not wear it. Oops, cv5 beat me. :cool:
 

cv5

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I am still waiting on this question:
Question: What month of the Hebrew year was the first month
https://biblehub.com/exodus/12-2.htm

That depends. God specified that Nisan was to be the specified beginning of months religious calendar.
The former and now secular calendat specifies Tishri as the first month.
Noahs ark rested in the seventh month seventeenth day of the month, Nisan 17 in the religious calendar the Feast of Firstruits.
 

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https://biblehub.com/exodus/12-2.htm

That depends. God specified that Nisan was to be the specified beginning of months religious calendar.
The former and now secular calendat specifies Tishri as the first month.
Noahs ark rested in the seventh month seventeenth day of the month, Nisan 17 in the religious calendar the Feast of Firstruits.
Sorry....typing on my phone...

https://biblehub.com/exodus/12-2.htm

That depends. God specified that Nisan was to be the beginning of months of the religious calendar per Exodus 12:2

The former and now secular calendar specifies Tishri as the first month.

Noah's ark rested in the seventh month seventeenth day of the month, Nisan 17 of the religious calendar, the Feast of Firstfruits, the 17th of Nisan of the religious calendar.
 

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Sorry....typing on my phone...

https://biblehub.com/exodus/12-2.htm

That depends. God specified that Nisan was to be the beginning of months of the religious calendar per Exodus 12:2

The former and now secular calendar specifies Tishri as the first month.

Noah's ark rested in the seventh month seventeenth day of the month, Nisan 17 of the religious calendar, the Feast of Firstfruits, the 17th of Nisan of the religious calendar.
Lafftur already answered this question in post #2905. We need a new question. You are on. :cool:
 

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Lafftur already answered this question in post #2905. We need a new question. You are on. :cool:
Yes thank you.

But I added the important detail that God announced the calendar change at a specific time and place (Ex 12:2) and for the purpose of His specified worship parameters and rituals.
Furthermore, the non-coincidental date of landing of the Ark, which of course is symbolic.
 

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Question: how many times did Moses ascend (and descend) Mt. Sinai?
 

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Question: what is the closest body of water (sea) during the 38 years of Israel's loitering noted in Numbers?
 

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Question: where did the (latter) Anointing of Jesus take place?
 

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Question: What was the length of time that Israel spent in Egypt?