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There is a concept in the English language known as “onomatopoeia” which is where a word sounds like the thing it represents. Consider words like buzz, crackle, hiss, or even hiccup. Hupernikkomen The apostle Paul uses a great word in Romans 8:37 that I believe fits well in the family of onomatopoetic terms. The Greek…

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In the twenty-sixth chapter of the book of Acts we find Saul/Paul standing before Agrippa, recounting his journey to Damascus to rage fury against the believers there. It is on this infamous journey that Jesus fell upon Saul as a bright light, knocking Saul to the ground and blinding him for three days. Toward the…

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