Answers to Questions People Never Ask -: But Should!
This book reveals the symbols, used so abundantly in the Old and New Testaments, what they mean, and what they are telling us. Symbols often say more than the words used.Capitals, and lower case first letters, of words also tell a great deal. As an example, should "holy spirit" be capitalized? Most of the time, the answer is no, because, though God is a Spirit, Himself, the holy spirit is your own spirit, wedded to the Spirit of the Almighty. It is in union with God, but it is in part, your own spirit. How much is God, how much is "you," depends of you.
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