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Does this name make sense?
The number seven is a fascinating number in the bible. It is used over 700 hundred time and many believe the number seven represents completion, perfection and/or wholeness in the Bible. God rested on the seventh day. Israel marched around Jericho seven times. They blew seven trumpets. Then there is the book of Revelations … just look how the number seven is used in that book alone!
But not all sevens are important in the Bible, nor can we ascribe significance to them. However, we like the number seven and proudly use it in the name of our website and our podcast. Other than that, there is no significance in our number seven. It just seems as if the Bible holds a special place for the number seven, so we do to. It’s perfect and complete for us.
Now a file, not to be mixed up with a vial as in the book of Revelations, is a collection of papers, documents or records stored for easy reference and in a particular order. That is much like the Bible as well. It is a collection of writings by over 40 authors over hundreds of years. Thanks to God’s leading, some godly men years ago compiled these books into a particular order, and that sort of sounds like a file.
The Bible is a complete and perfect file of God’s redemption of man!
Thoughts Against Calvinism!
The crowd was perplexed because this blind man, who sat daily begging in their community suddenly, received his sight after Jesus anointed him with clay and told him to go wash in the pool of Siloam. Then they didn’t know if it was him or someone else. So they took the formerly blind man to the Pharisees. The Pharisees appeared holy and righteous on the outside, but on the inside they were corrupt, hypocritical, void of understanding and scared of the truth. So they weren’t going to be confused with the facts, and the blind man wasn’t going to get a fair shake, and Jesus, well the Jews eventually nailed Him to the cross.
So the formerly blind man stood in front of the Pharisees and they asked him what he thought about Jesus and the blind man who could now see- thanks to Jesus- declared Jesus to be a prophet. In the short time that the man spent with Jesus, he learned more about Jesus than most of the Pharisees would ever know. Up to this point, in his short time with Jesus, at least the man knew Jesus to be a prophet. But that was over the top for
the Pharisees …
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