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    Story

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    throughout the encampment; only broken by the distant chirping of cicadas in the tree tops. The remaining ponies stood around, crying tears of grief and disbelief. Why had this happened to them? Their camp was so far out... they never imagined the trotters would get them out here, never mind attack them when they had their guards down. Though there were not many deaths, their group was small and close... every death was like a stab to the heart. The remaining survivors of Ponyville just stood around

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    a gift from God to us. To kill a human being is destroying all God's plans for that person. God has our lives mapped out before we are conceived. "Before I formed you in the womb in knew you, before you came to birth I consecrated you…" (Jeremiah 1:5) The bible tells us we are the most loved and precious beings on this earth. "Indeed even the very hairs of your head are all numbered" (Luke 12:4-7) Also Deuteronomy 5:17 tells us thou shall not kill and rightly so. Who are we to

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    Cryptography

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    Jewish writers also used a code of their own called Atbash. They did it by reversing the alphabet, they used the last letter of the alphabet in place of the first, the next to last for the second, and so on. Atbash is exemplified in the Bible, Jeremiah 25:25, where "Sheshech" is written for Babel (Babylon). As you can see, cryptography has been used for many years and is continuing to become more high tech. The term cryptography is sometimes restricted to the use of ciphers, that is, to methods

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    of Jerusalem. Around the sixth century Before Christ, the prophet Jeremiah warned the Israelites of such a holy damnation: “I will make them eat the flesh of their sons and daughters, and they will eat one another’s flesh during the stress of the siege imposed on them by the enemies who seek their lives” (Barker, Jeremiah 19:9). Despite the warnings, the Israelites continuously disobeyed God and were rightfully punished. Jeremiah saw God as ultimate and threatened the ultimate crime as castigation

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    Good God

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    Good God When one walks through the streets of humanity, one must choose their destiny. Is it to believe in God, or to become conservative and choose not to believe? Well, the people of the world should all just creep within their minds, and choose not to follow the Messiah onto the deceptive fields of love. These people become sicken with doubt, and unleashing them are quite easy. But the world may never know, for the fools that are blinded with salvation still wander in oblivion. Objection number

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    jeremiah healy

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    Jeremiah Healy is the award-winning author of the John Francis Cuddy private-investigator series and the Mairead O'Clare legal-thriller series, both set primarily in Boston. Born in Teaneck, New Jersey on May 15, 1948, he graduated from Rutgers University in l970, got his JD at Harvard Law School in l973, and passed the Massachusetts Bar in 1974. He was an associate with a Boston law firm, from l974 to 1978, gaining a lot of courtroom experience. (Michaels, 2003) The Army ROTC helped pay for his

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    convictions. The prophet Jeremiah faced more than a moment, or even a short season of aforementioned affliction. Scholars project from 627-586 BCE, some forty years of perpetual calamity in the life of Jeremiah, results in a book within the Hebrew Bible drawing attention to palpable emotions and experiences. Noticeably unique from other Biblical texts, in its inclusion of considerable amounts of biographical writings, known as “confessions” (Brettler, p. 181), Jeremiah, the book, strongly focuses

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    Obadiah's Oracle Against Edom

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    itself at the words of Obadiah as he prophesies their judgement. Although Obadiah is not related to as a ¡§prophet¡¨ of God (Obad 1:1) his purpose is clearly established as God¡¦s mouth piece against Edom, and later confirmed by his contemporary, Jeremiah (Jer 49:7-22). Obadiah¡¦s name means ¡¥servant/worshipper of Yahweh¡¦. Thus giving him the known title many of God¡¦s prophets operated under ¡¥servant¡¦. The fact also that there is no mention of a father for God¡¦s servant is interesting, in a

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    While we speak about the tenuous relationship between Christians and Jews dating back to the time of Christ, the seeds for the schism within Judaism may have been planted more than 500 years prior. Jeremiah was one of a group of distinguished prophets whose works became part of the Old Testament canon. The Jewish "wisdom" prophets lectured, warned and blamed all who would listen about the sins of their own people, the resulting punishments that God had prescribed for them, and what they had to do

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    Comparison of Sitcoms

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    Horses, Fawlty Towers and Porridge. Only Fools and Horses was first shown on the BBC in 1981 and started with a total of 3 main charters and 5 regular sub-characters. The 3 main characters they started out with were Del, Rodney and Granddad Trotter. Only fools and horses have 7 or 8 series in all with quite a few special feature length episodes like the one where they go to France. Fawlty Towers was first shown on the BBC in 1975 and started with the 3 main characters Basil Fawlty, Sibal

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