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The Divine Name Is Exalted in Scandinavia

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That moment was so precious. The brothers had been waiting for some time for this, and the addition of the Study Bible was a complete surprise to most. Suddenly many of our young ones started to do Bible Reading in their own, and could understand what they read. And our sweet elderly ones who have been in the frontline for many decades... They opened up their new Bibles intent on taking the new language to their hearts.

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Quite frankly, I like the 'Order of Jehovah' thing.

That order is quite interesting. His successor decided to remove God’s name, and formed an order in 1655 called “The Order of the Name of Jesus”. The Order of Jehovah was revived in 1778 as a priestly Order.

The name of Jehovah was not unknown at time the King instituted the order in 1606. The expression “Iehovah solativm mevm” is found not only on the order, but also on a statue of that king in central Gothenburg.

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