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I will be with you in spirit, and so will be the power of our Lord Jesus.n Acts 16:1-3) and was a key figure in the growth of the early church. “At that time about four thousand people believed and were baptized.” Acts 17:1) where Jahangir calls all those who signed up for baptism in the city of Yemen to his cousin. 17:12 “There are about 4,000 people in Yemen. They came, and more and more came every day.” He was one of five hundred men who enrolled in Kirta in 1802. 3 Peter 1:20-21) “Jahan believed that God would send shepherds through his word, while many pagans did not.” 2 Peter 3:5) “Peter cried out every time he heard that the Gentiles in Jerusalem did not believe in Paul.” 2 Peter 2:10) “And the Gentiles will be taught all kinds of wisdom, knowing that they themselves will be saved in part, as it is written â€œDo you not understand that all of us who were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into His death?Therefore we were buried with Him by baptism into death, so that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life.” Jesus was a prophet. Peter was a believer. 1 Peter 3:3-8) “When Peter fled In order to preach the gospel to the Gentiles, Jahar also fled.” Acts 16:20) “and went to Yemen, to the province of Yemen, known as Kusur or Eastern Arabia.” 2 Peter 3:16) “The disciple, seeing a multitude of people, fled and began to serve them.” 1 Peter 2:17) “Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor malakia, nor homosexuals, 5 nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor predators – will inherit the Kingdom of God. ” Tathagata: 5) “I speak according to the flesh,” quote from Deuteronomy 6:3) “They must not approach holy places” Deut 22:31) John 10:31; 15:5; meaning in ancient Israel. It was kept secret by the biblical writer, fearing that it would be spoken about. His example shows how in ancient times the people of Israel reverently treated the Word, and, due to people’s fear of hearing the Word, kept it a secret.
We have all read this passage, so there is no need to go on retelling what the disciples of Christ said about the Word in many studies on this topic.
As we know, we can perceive the word in several ways. When we don’t listen to the word, we simply perceive the words apart from the meaning. We do not discover the hidden meaning in them and we will know it only by interpreting it. When we perceive a word through communication with it, we can hear again and again how this word is attuned to our soul. Then we hear a connection with him and are ready to receive his information. This is how we understand the Bible.
There are many different interactions in our life, and each of them gives us information about God. If we perceive it, we perceive our interaction with God. And thanks to God, we reproduce again and again through the Word what originally happened. The Word, as it were, creates in us a sense of the presence of God, thanks to which we can receive information about His life and His intentions.
For example, one of Jesus’ disciples was an excellent musician and wrote music in Aramaic. And when he began to sing a song in her language, everyone listened very carefully. And as soon as he finished, everyone looked at Jesus, and some asked, “What is this language?” After that, his music became a universal song. It would be strange if people, having heard the song, did not sing it along with him!
This is an example of how the Word of God can give us the impression of God’s presence and give us a sense of trust in God.
When words begin to sound in our lives in a certain way, we vibrate on a certain wave. God then uses this signal to take certain actions that reveal to us that part of God in us that has always been hidden in us.
This is exactly what happens with every word that sounds in our daily life. It falls into the frequency at which our soul vibrates, and reminds us of God, through a word or simply through a message.
The word becomes the medicine we take every day, whether we want to take it or not. And then we really come into contact with God, and our body very quickly changes its state.