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January 5 - Morning

"But God remembered Noah and all the wild animals and the livestock that were with him in the ark, and he sent a wind over the earth, and the waters receded."

- Genesis 8:1

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God "Remembers" Noah    

In the phrase "But God remembered" the word zakar is used and translated "remembered." Zakar is not a Hebrew word that means "recalling to mind" as if God put Noah on hold and after so many weeks recalled he needed to do something with the floating, smelly ark. Instead, zakar is covenant language and God is fulfilling his promise he made to Noah in Genesis 6:17-18. Throughout the Old Testament zakar is used during times of deliverance when God shows up to deliver his people. The proper response of Noah and all people when the Lord "remembers" (zakar) them is to respond likewise and to "remember" the Lord with and appropriate response and covenant allegiance.

With this zakar the reversal of history begins. Total destruction and chaos begins to reorganize and function in a way that will bring about the deliverance God had promised. God "sent a wind over the earth, and the waters receded."

  Christian Quote from Church History
"It is this lack of love among Christians which today makes the church an insipid, lukewarm institution. People come to find affection and are turned off by our tepidity."
- Phillip Keller
Something to Ponder??
Wiliam Tyndale finished making the first English tranlsation of the New Testament directly from the Greek in 1525. But, since it was illegal to have an English Bible King Henry VIII has Tyndale strangled and burned in 1536. Tyndale died praying, "Lord, open the King of England's eyes."
Amazingly, with in the year King Henry VIII ordered to use royal funds to print Tyndale's Bible in 1537 that included both the OT translated from Hebrew and NT from Greek that was completed by
Miles Coverdale after
Tyndale's death.
Hebrew and Greek Word Study   Facts and Information


Nabi (Hb) - Prophet (Eng) - nabi is the Hebrew word for prophet and it is always translated "prophet." Nabi means "one who is called" and "one who calls." This refers to men who were called by God to speak the words he gave them. There were false nabi who claimed to have God's word, but did not. Two Hebrew words with similar meanings are ro'eh translated "seer" meaning "one who sees."
Also, chozeh which literally means "one who sees" and "has a vision." 
The site recognized as the tomb of the prophet Samuel on the High Place of Gibeah is
today called Nabi Samwil, which means "The Prophet Samuel (see photo here)"

  In 1968 Benjamin Mazar began excavations on the south side of the Temple Mount's retaining wall in the area known as the Ophel. Here he found the monumental steps that led up to the Double Gate and the Triple Gates that would have been used by Jewish worshippers between 19 BC-70 AD, which includes Jesus, his disciples, his brothers James and Jude, the Apostle Paul and many others. These steps can be seen and walked on today. (Photos here and here.)
Confession to Action   Facts and Information
Do I "remember" the Lord in my life?
Do I realize that the Lord has "remembered" me and will continue to "remember" me?
I will respond to God's goodness to me with an appropriate response of goodness to others and obedience to him.
  "My son, pay attention
to my wisdom,
    listen well to my words
 of insight,
 that you may maintain discretion
    and your lips may
preserve knowledge."
- Proverbs 5:1-2
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Robinson's Arch, Jerusalem
Nehemiah's Wall in Jerusalem 445 BC
The remains of store fronts on the west side of the pavement that runs along the western wall under Robinson's Arch. These stores were part of the structural support for Robinson's Arch and its descending staircase.
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Genesis 8:4 and the location of Mt. Ararat.
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