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  1. A New Look at Daniel's "70 Weeks" by TLD (12-28-21) -Part II- On the “70 weeks” There have been various attempts to interpret the “70 weeks” of Daniel. One interpretation takes “weeks” as an indefinite period as in saying, “season” or “time”. But most others take the “weeks” to refer to 7 years, and hence calculate a total of 490 years for the “70 weeks”. The “weeks” in Dan.9:24 could likely refer to bundle of sevens in the forms of several days-week (7 days/ sabbath cycle), week-weeks (49 days cycle), year-weeks (
  2. Daniel’s 70 Weeks: A New Look by TLD (12-28-2020) "Seventy 'sevens' are decreed for your people and your holy city to finish transgression, to put an end to sin, to atone for wickedness, to bring in everlasting righteousness, to seal up vision and prophecy and to anoint the Most Holy Place. (Dan. 9:24) Introduction Chapter 9 opens with Daniel praying about the restoration of Jews from their exile in Babylonia. Daniel recognizes that the 70 years of Jews exile in Babylonia which God decreed through the
  3. When did I began my writing journey? The answer is: when I was in the 10th grade and wrote a brief essay response for a history course and I received from my instructor's a laudatory feedback. That positive feedback is what started me on the journey. Whenever I received a positive feedback on pieces I wrote, it always propelled me forward. Over time, I found that writing is a multi-dimensional project. That is more true if the project is multi-pages. To get right a project's multiple facets is daunting.
  4. ProWritingAid Presents: Fantasy Writer's Week ProWritingAid are incredibly excited to announce Fantasy Writer's Week, a week-long series of live events for fantasy writers. Our first ever Fantasy Writer's Week will be jam-packed with FREE events for fantasy authors. With live sessions with fantasy writers TJ Klune, Angela J. Ford, David Farland and Stephanie BwaBwa, a world-building workshop, a complete World Anvil software walkthrough and more. If you love writing fantasy, this is the event for you. Keep reading to learn more and find out how to take part.
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    We see two kinds of court prophets in OT. The church does well to learn from the experiences of both kinds. There are the righteous kind of court prophets. These prophets never hesitated to speak God's truth to the king. When the king erred, they told him to repent and come back to God. King David had prophets and seers attached to his court, appointed by him (1 Chr. 25). The Prophet Nathan was close to the court of David. The Prophet Nathan was loyal to God than he was to David. Nathan helped David to find the will of God and he corrected David when David committed sin and crime
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    In the New Testament we find key guidelines about church-to-state relations. 1). The church need to pray for those in authority. The church needs the peace and orderliness those in government bring to society. (1 Tim. 2:1-4) 2). The church must obey the laws set by the state. Political authority is also ordained of God. (Rom. 13:1-7; 1 Pet. 2:13-16) 3). The church should be an impartial prophetic voice to the state and society when they violate basic moral laws and natural rights. (Luke 3: 7-20; James 5:1-5; Acts 22:25) 4). The church need to res
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    For God is not a God of disorder but of peace--as in all the congregations of the Lord's people. 1Cor. 14:33
  9. Thank you Rebecca. Thank you Lynn.
  10. When do I get a response to my need? Or, if it is already provided where should I get it? Thanks! God bless!
  11. I Use "Entry Actions" tab found at the end of the blog. I select "edit" from the option. It opens the blog in edit mode. However, it REQUIRES Title Reason for edit Entry Category Name All these features are new. And when I make changes to the content and finally click on "Submit Entry", it does not retain the changes I made. I hope this helps. Thanks
  12. I used to edit my blogs easily, but now no more. Is it me committing some error or has the process of editing one's own blogs has changed? What are the series of questions I am required to answer? Regards
  13. Thanks Accord64. What is the title of your book? Just wanted to know: How much time did you spend reading (studying) the medical and policy aspects of pandemics before you wrote your book? Did you read much about viruses and pandemics, and US government policy (i.e., emergency preparedness) put in place to tackle an outbreak of pandemics?
  14. Hello Accord64, I hope your post-apocalyptic novel anticipated something like the current coronavirus pandemic. What scenario did you present? Looking back at our day, will 2120 historical fiction writers be more concerned with the 'positive' rather than the negative outcomes of COVD-19 pandemic? https://www.bbc.com/reel/playlist/rethink?vpid=p08hfq6s Will COVID-19 will be an opportunistic killer, selecting 'winners' and 'losers'? So, compared to the 1918 flu pandemic, will COVID-19's disproportionate victims will be certain group of people?
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