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    • It is a composite of the 4 beasts of Daniel 7 ... only in reverse order.   Daniel 7 has them as lion, bear, leopard, dragon with ten horns...   But John is writing about a point in time after all of that had arisen and so looking back.. it is in reverse order. It is the ten horned beast first, then the leopard, then bear, then lion. Which means the beast of Rev 13 represents the accumulation, the culmination of all of them.
    • Really, you and Steve. That is a reveal to me. How very sad a thing to have to feel, rejection or disinterest by  brothers and sisters in Christ. That  must be a heavy on the heart burden. All I can think or say  is sorry! Sorry  for the burden,  of I guess  the loneliness or aloneness that you must be enduring.  I must say I don't truly comprehend it! Though I am a bit of a loner, I do have such a support system of compassionate and helpful brothers and sisters in our Lord Jesus. When I was battling as my spouse was dying the entirety of the church knew, many physically helped. I was so often aware of prayers, I could sense that I actually was hearing them as they were offered, and so did my spouse.  It was a terrible time to go through, but a spiritually powerful  time too.  It did bring the two of us so close together under the support of so many wondrously faith filled people from our local body of Christ. Perhaps there is a clue that can indeed find one deep compassion within a local body of Christ, and that is to go to the lesser attended worship services such as the midweek, the evening ones, for there will be found the people that have greatest need for Christ themselves. And perhaps they will be  the ones that  will be found to have strong compassion for a brother  or sister. Same with  little home gatherings orgNIZED under the church tent and authority. Those people do have a want to help, and the need to be close to God's children.  Just a thought for consideration. As I said,  it is beyond my capacity  to understand feeling no Christian will have time for me. I just have to accept that  evidently it is so  for some, and I have not seen it before. As I try to think through it, putting myself into such a situation is hard. For I can pick up a phone, call the church office, get on a prayer list, have the alert go to the elders, the deacons, the deaconesses, and the entire church body if I so desire. I can seek counseling from NANC  trained individuals. I can meet with small groups at home. I can join the men's Friday morning prayer groups , women can also join in their own group, and have accountability partners. The older women will come aongside the younger and help them too.  Widows and orphans have a help system at this local body also. There is just so much help one for another that it is hard to understand that not being readily available  elsewhere. Well I guess though I have not been of help to you two at all, you have been of great help to me. For I see how very blessed I am  in having  the brothers and sisters that have so carried me when I have been hurting deeply. I am renewed in my prayers to learn how I may be of service to my local church. Thank you for that it is your blessing to me!
    • Yes, they have a sacred and secular new year.   Rosh Hashanna is the secular new year that starts in the fall. The sacred new year is on the first day of Aviv/Nisan, the month of Passover. From Genesis 1:1 to Exodus 12:1, the Bible uses the secular calendar.    Exodus 12: 2 to Revelation 22: 21, the Bible uses the sacred calendar.     
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      “But blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord,
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