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    AshleyH
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  1. Thanks for the link. I'm listening to it at work. YAY
  2. Just read the 1st one. It's amazing.
  3. I think I want to include this for my family worship this week. It's sobering news that must be discussed in a family setting.
  4. This document brings to mind of the Australian case discussed here some time ago. We parents must be vigilant.
  5. Right. Maybe Enchanted Evening Dance also.
  6. Great song. It has a line dance beat!
  7. except the video clip about the many facilities that were dedicated that day.
  8. I'm enjoying the fact that the danish subtitles are at the bottom and that the brothers are speaking in English.
  9. Nice Greek words for Today’s text. For word /phrase 'take your stand against' Bible > Strong's > Greek > 436 ◄ 436. anthistémi ► Strong's Concordance anthistémi: to set against, i.e. withstand Original Word: ἀνθίστημι Part of Speech: Verb Transliteration: anthistémi Phonetic Spelling: (anth-is'-tay-mee) Short Definition: I take a stand against, oppose, resist Definition: I set against; I withstand, resist, oppose. HELPS Word-studies 436 anthístēmi (from 473 /antí, "opposite/against" and 2476 /hístēmi, "to stand") – properly, take a complete stand against, i.e. a "180 degree, contrary position"; (figuratively) to establish one's position publicly by conspicuously "holding one's ground," i.e. refusing to be moved ("pushed back"). 436 /anthístēmi ("oppose fully") means to forcefully declare one's personal conviction (where they unswervingly stand); to keep one's possession; ardently withstand, without giving up (letting go). [436 (anthístēmi) was a military term in classical Greek (used by Thucydides, etc.) meaning "to strongly resist an opponent" ("take a firm stand against").] NAS Exhaustive Concordance Word Origin from anti and histémi Definition to set against, i.e. withstand NASB Translation cope (1), oppose (1), has opposed (1), opposed (4), opposing (1), resist (5), resists (2). Thayer's Greek Lexicon STRONGS NT 436: ἀνθίστημι ἀνθίστημι: perfect ἀνθέστηκα; 2 aorist ἀντέστην (imperative ἀντίστητε), infinitive ἀντιστῆναι; middle, present ἀνθισταμαι; imperfect ἀνθισταμην; (ἀντί and ἵστημι); to set against; as in Greek writings, in the middle, and in the perfect pluperfect (having present and imperfect force, Winers Grammar, 274 (257)) and 2 aorist active, to set oneself against, to withstand resist, oppose: perfect active, Romans 9:19; Romans 13:2; 2 Timothy 4:15 (R G). 2 aorist active, Matthew 5:39; Luke 21:15; Acts 6:10; Galatians 2:11; Ephesians 6:18; 2 Timothy 3:8; (2 Timothy 4:15 L T Tr WH). imperative, James 4:7; 1 Peter 5:9. Middle: present, 2 Timothy 3:8. imperfect, Acts 13:8. Strong's Exhaustive Concordance resist, withstand, oppose From anti and histemi; to stand against, i.e. Oppose -- resist, withstand. see GREEK anti see GREEK histemi For word 'firm' Bible > Strong's > Greek > 4731 ◄ 4731. stereos ► Strong's Concordance stereos: hard, firm Original Word: στερεός, ά, όν Part of Speech: Adjective Transliteration: stereos Phonetic Spelling: (ster-eh-os') Short Definition: solid, firm, steadfast Definition: solid, firm, steadfast. HELPS Word-studies 4731 stereós – (an adjective) properly, solid (firm); referring to what is immoveable (will not budge); stable (not changeable), standing fast without buckling or giving way (steadfast). NAS Exhaustive Concordance Word Origin a prim. word Definition hard, firm NASB Translation firm (2), solid (2). Thayer's Greek Lexicon STRONGS NT 4731: στερεός στερεός, στερεά, στερεόν (Vanicek, p. 1131; Curtius, § 222), from Homer down, firm, solid, compact, hard, rigid: λίθος, Homer Odyssey 19, 494; strong, firm, immovable, θεμέλιος, 2 Timothy 2:19; τροφή, solid food, Hebrews 5:12, 14; στερεωτερα τροφή, Diodorus 2, 4; Epictetus diss. 2, 16, 39; tropically, in a bad sense, cruel, stiff, stubborn, hard; often so in Greek writings from Homer down: κραδιη στερεωτερη λιθοιο, Odyssey 23, 103; in a good sense, firm, steadfast: τῇ πίστει, as respects faith, firm of faith (cf. Winer's Grammar, § 31, 6 a.), 1 Peter 5:9 (see στερεόω, at the end). Strong's Exhaustive Concordance hard, strong, sure. From histemi; stiff, i.e. Solid, stable (literally or figuratively) -- stedfast, strong, sure. see GREEK histemi
  10. It wasn't for me on any of my windows or android devices. I check daily for anything new. It's all good though,.
  11. It's a great 2 videos. I showed them to my family for family worship on Sunday. I looked and seen that they were available for appointed brothers on the jw.org login account at that time.
  12. This is what I do also. I'm loving it! ☺
  13. Thanks for the info. It shows up in the language options.
  14. This is on my mind and heart for the near future!
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