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When God Created Woman - Various - There Is A Hope Of Stars In The Transparency Of Tears (Cassette)

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  1. (16) He made the stars alsoThe Hebrew is, God made two great lights to rule the night; and also the stars. Though the word "also" carries back "the stars" to the verb "made," yet its repetition in our version makes it seem as if the meaning was that God now created the stars; whereas the real sense is that the stars were to rule the night equally with the moon. But besides this, there.
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  3. The Scriptures clearly tell us why God created woman. Woman was created for man to help him fully image God as a husband and father. So God created the woman to be the wife for man and the mother of his children. He made her weaker than man because man must image God’s strength in his leadership, provision and protection.
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  5. Let’s open our Bibles to Genesis chapter 2, Genesis chapter 2. And we are looking at verses 4 to 25 in this wonderfully informative chapter on the original history of man. Chapter 1, the origin of cr.
  6. Jan 15,  · God made the stars to lead us. For centuries sailors have traversed the globe using the stars as navigation. With simple tools like a sextant they are able to determine rather precisely where they are on the surface of the earth just by looking at the stars relative to the horizon. Similarly, God has used the stars to guide us back to him.
  7. Desperate, Hope for the Mom Who Needs to Breathe By Sarah Mae & Sally Clarkson I really want to like this book; several people I really respect love this book. I like the overall concepts of this book but there are so many little things that keep me from loving it/5().

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