Word Nerd Wednesday – Law

Please give a warm welcome to my dear friend Janna as she so eloquently tackles the law for us this week! Law A binding custom or practice of a community : A rule of conduct or action prescribed or formally recognized as binding or enforced by a controlling authority : The whole body of such […]

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Word Nerd Wednesday – Mosaic Covenant

Please welcome Adele-Alys Spil back to My Messy Desk. Today she brings us an in-depth look at the Mosaic Covenant. At the end, she asks a question… I’ll draw one name on May 10th from all those who attempt to answer it and send the winner a hand-made with love item straight from My Messy Desk! […]

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Word Nerd Wednesday – Gentile

My dear friend Hope rejoins us around My Messy Desk all the way from Germany! Hope expands on the discussion of God’s all encompassing salvation plan that Misty began last week with her description of the meaning of the Israelites and Jews. I know you’ll be blessed! Gentiles – nations; people groups (ethnic, from the Greek ethnos); […]

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Word Nerd Wednesday – Jew

Thrilled to welcome Misty Keith back to My Messy Desk to discuss what it means to be Jewish. Thanks for your great research on this, Misty! The word Jew is short for Jewish and is the name derived from the patriarch Judah, which was first given to those belonging to the tribe of Judah. Further […]

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Word Nerd Wednesday – Righteous

Hi, friends! What a treat to have Misty Keith here again this week! Be sure to subscribe to her blog and follow her on social media so you can keep up with her other posts! Righteous – an adjective referring to a person or conduct; meaning morally right, justifiable or virtuous. The informal definition of […]

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Word Nerd Wednesday – Consecration

I’m excited to welcome my friend Misty Keith back to My Messy Desk for this great edition of #WORDNerdWednesday. Consecration – kon’-se-krat, kon-se-kra’-shun– (noun)  the solemn dedication to a special purpose or service, usually religious. The word consecration literally means “association with the sacred.” Persons, places, or things can be consecrated, and the term is used in various […]

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