All the Men of the Bible

Thomas [Thŏm’as]—twin. One of the twelve apostles of Christ, and called also Didymus (Matt. 10:3; Mark 3:18; Luke 6:15; John 11:16; 14:5; 20:24-29; 21-2; Acts 1:13). THE MAN WHO DOUBTED Thomas, we are told, was not really a name but an epithet, meaning, like its Greek equivalent Didymus, “the twin.” David Smith suggests that the apostle’s name was Judas, but that he was named... Continue Reading →


Written by Chaka PX Dead silence to quiet soul, Empty body for forgiving hatred, Lost but not found, Where are we now? Taste of rebellion, Witchcraft matches our description, Hating the truth, be buried, Who decieved us with such lie? Craving trauma and argument, Unlawful feelings and desires, We love to taste god, Who made... Continue Reading →

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