Son of God – Word Nerd Wednesday

I’m excited to share the first of three posts by Melissa King for this week’s Word Nerd Wednesday post on what it means for us that Jesus is the Son of God. The Son of God  “In this the love of God was made manifest among us, that God sent his only Son into the […]

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Christ – Word Nerd Wednesday

I’m excited to share my friend Sherry Stahl’s thorough research and wise words on what it means that we call the Son of God, Christ. “This is the record of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham.” Matthew 1:1 Berean Study Bible CHRIST, IS NOT JESUS’ LAST NAME! We […]

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God Our Avenger – Word Nerd Wednesday

As a #boymom, I’m excited to be diving into what it means that El Nathan Neqamah, is God our Avenger, for this week’s edition of Word Nerd Wednesday.  El Nathan Neqamah  H5360 Hebrew avengement, whether the act or the passion: avenge, revenger, vengeance Merriam-Webster defines the verb Avenge: to inflict harm in return for an […]

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El Chay – Word Nerd Wednesday

I’m thrilled to have Kelsey sharing about El Chay, The Living God, for this week’s Word Nerd Wednesday post. El Chay: Living God In Joshua 3, Joshua explains to the Israelites God’s strategy to move His people into the Promised Land. Joshua describes Him as the living God and how he will ensure safety through […]

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El Qanna – Word Nerd Wednesday

For this week’s Word Nerd Wednesday, my dear friend, Hope, shares with us what it means for God to be called El Qanna, or Jealous God. El Qanna (7065) and El Qanno (7067) = jealous God: used of God as not bearing any rival; the severe avenger of any departure from himself (not to be […]

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El Hakkadosh Katie Chew Word Nerd Wednesday

El Hakkadosh – Word Nerd Wednesday

Katie is back for this week’s Word Nerd Wednesday with this powerful look at what it means for us that God is El Hakkadosh, or holy. El Hakkadosh Holy. Set apart. The root word of Hakkodosh is qadash or qadosh. It means to be set apart or different. It is regularly used to describe God, […]

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