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229) Maggie 
Location:
Seattle Location
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Today at 08:59 AM Write a comment

The lessons on the voyage across the sea are absolutely remarkable.

I was searching for information about sea travel in antiquity and was delighted to find these.

These are the only religious studies I have ever been able to stand.
228) Sophie 
Location:
Jerusalem Location
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Yesterday at 04:28 PM Write a comment

The accounts of the voyage across the Mediterranean were at first very entertaining.

As I continue to listen it is becoming somewhat unsettling because of my religion and yet I continue to listen.

Likewise I encourage everyone to listen.

This may save my life as it saved those in the ship.
227) Anthony Barajas 
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Friday 10:59 PM Write a comment

I was just wondering about a comment Johnny made during the Bematos of Christ message (bema1).

It was stated the word "rapture" doesn't appear in scripture but the word "raptured" does.

It was said that the word "caught up" in 1 Thess 4:17 was the Greek word raptazo.

I'm probably not spelling that right, but I was just wondering where I could study the Greek more in depth. I see Harpazo, and Harpagēsometha.

So I was just wondering where Johnny got it from.

If anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated.

Johnny Tatum Sunday 08:08 PM
The specific word in the text is "ἁρπαγησόμεθα" (It can be transliterated as "harpagnsometha").

This word is the second future passive indicative of the infinitive άρπαζω, (transliterated as "hraptzado")

The English word “rapture” is derived from the Latin verb (infinitive) "rapio", which was used in the Latin Vulgate to translate "harpazō" in 1 Thessalonians 4:17.

This site gives a lot of information about the United Bible Societies Greek New Testament:

https://www.sbl-site.org/educational/BibleTexts_nologin.aspx
226) Amery 
Location:
Dallas Location
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Thursday 04:16 PM Write a comment

The first lesson on the ship voyage was excellent. The second part is incredible.

So enjoyable to listen to and yet with powerful applications.

My unbelieving friends love it and are anxious for the finale!
225) Michaela 
Location:
Tel Aviv Location
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Thursday 12:50 PM Write a comment

I was so happy to see part 2 of the ship voyage.

These are my first experiences with the New Testament.

I enjoy the lessons very much.

Beginning the life of Jesus.
224) Audrey 
Location:
Perth Location
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Wednesday, May 17, 2017 09:59 AM Write a comment

I was so happy to see part 2 of the ship voyage!

I would have never imagined it but the sequel is even better than the first.

Powerful combination of exciting story telling with excellent life lessons and above all the Gospel!
223) Shen Shen 
Location:
Beijing Location
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Tuesday, May 16, 2017 03:53 PM Write a comment

Thrillingly story of the ship and bad waters and bad windyness.

Thriller that Jesus my savior and substituter!!!!!!!
222) Orna Michal 
Location:
Jerusalem Location
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Tuesday, May 16, 2017 12:53 PM Write a comment

The second part of the ship voyage in the christian book ACTS is possibly even better than the first.

These are my intro to the Christian Bible which I find most compelling.

Very good story telling.
221) Meghan 
Location:
Dublin Location
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Tuesday, May 16, 2017 12:32 PM Write a comment

Excellent!

The second part of the ship voyage is even better than the first.

Many here love it.

We are not embarrassed to share!
220) Beatriz 
Location:
Saloniki Location
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Monday, May 15, 2017 04:00 PM Write a comment

Thank you so much for the second part of the superb account of the ship voyage.

Two of my agnostic friends were enthralled by the story and were so anxious to hear the second part.

They love this so much they are now anxious for part 3.

I have known them for 20 years. This is the first interest they have ever shown in the Bible.

Incredibly they said they would like to listen to the life of Jesus.

The knowledge of Greek is absolutely impeccable.
219) Leiha 
Location:
Shanghai Location
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Friday, May 12, 2017 11:13 AM Write a comment

Amazement story concerning the ship in the water.

Worldnet Grace Ministries, Radical Grace, also amazement.

From Worldnet Grace Ministries, Radical Grace, I have learning of the Jesus.
218) Brende 
Location:
Selfoss Location
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Thursday, May 11, 2017 04:16 PM Write a comment

Excellent new Acts!

We had 5 new visitors so we were so happy that this lesson was so exciting.

All enjoyed the story immensely.

We now have more than 60 and now have a restaurant room for the study.

Many have trusted in Jesus as Savior / Substitute.
217) Ahm Nyet 
Location:
Saigon Location
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Thursday, May 11, 2017 12:38 PM Write a comment

Very excellent story of the book of the Acts and the ship journey.

I truly adore knowing about God.

This was banned for us.
216) Mahamet 
Location:
Dubai Location
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Thursday, May 11, 2017 08:36 AM Write a comment

With extreme reluctance I listened to the account of the ship journey through the Mediterranean.

I was spellbound.

Such a dramatic event and related extremely well.

The teacher gave me many things to ponder.

I am anxious to know the outcome.
215) Arina 
Location:
Beijing Location
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Wednesday, May 10, 2017 05:50 PM Write a comment

Amazement story of this ship with storm and bad event.

Also quite interest about God.

I never had understanding of Him.
214) Priscilla 
Location:
Athens Location
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Wednesday, May 10, 2017 11:48 AM Write a comment

The ship journey presentation is a marvel.

Very technical details are presented in a manner which is very enjoyable and gripping.

The Greek knowledge is precise.

I am anxious for the suite!

This is my first religious broadcast to actually follow.
213) Rebekkah 
Location:
Jerusalem Location
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Wednesday, May 10, 2017 11:06 AM Write a comment

Fascinating and very engaging account of the voyage in the Mediterranean.

We are familiar with the currents and breezes, which are described perfectly.

Very interesting presentation of Jesus.
212) Jak 
Location:
Prague Location
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Monday, May 8, 2017 07:02 PM Write a comment

I love the story about the ship voyage.

This is my first introduction to the Bible.

I will listen to the others.
211) Indihra 
Location:
New Delhi Location
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Friday, May 5, 2017 12:10 PM Write a comment

I was fascinated by the story of the voyage.

Very good observations.

I am interested in the presentation of your God who is involved in lives.

I am anxious to know so I think I will listen to the life of Jesus.

He seems to be the central character.
210) Tshi Tshi 
Location:
Beijing Location
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Thursday, May 4, 2017 05:34 PM Write a comment

The ship voyage -- wows!

Good talking of the story.

Good talking about God.
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