By Grant R. Jeffrey
Written in layman's phrases by means of prophecy instructor supply Jeffrey, Apocalypse may help you know the interesting and mysterious prophecies inside the booklet of Revelation.
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28. 61 The relationship between the words λαοξόος, ‘sculptor,’ and λααξός, ‘stonecutter’ (cf. A. Sophocles, Greek Lexicon of the Roman and Byzantine Periods ( from bc 146 to ad 1100), New York: F. –London: Harvard University Press–Oxford University Press, 1887 and 1914], vol. II, 705b, however, gives for λαοξόος ‘stone-cutter’) is so close that we need not assume that Pseudo-Cyrill deliberately corrected his source by making Thaddaeus a stonecutter instead of a sculptor. 62 Schermann, Propheten- und Apostellegenden, 278–280.
According to one of the many ‘Cyrillian interpolations’ (from Egypt, fiffth century) in the Lexicon of Hesychius of Alexandria, κωμάριον was another 36 Pleše, in Depuydt, Homiletica, 79, seems to take κωμαρίτης as referring to a place name: ‘a Komaritan herb-seller,’ which is certainly wrong. 37 For the remains of this codex (in Vienna, Paris, London, Michigan, Cairo, Naples), see Paola Buzi, Catalogo dei manoscritti copti Borgiani conservati presso la Biblioteca Nazionale “Vittorio Emanuele III” di Napoli, con un profiflo scientififco di Stefano Borgia e Georg Zoega e una breve storia della formazione della collezione Borgiana (Atti della Accademia Nazionale dei Licei, Anno CDVI—2009, Classe di Scienze morali, storiche e fiflologiche, Memorie, Serie IX, vol.
Of each kind of healing two instances are given: §24 two resurrections: the daughter of Jairus (Matthew 9:18–19, 23–25; Mark 5:22–24, 35–43; Luke 8:40–42, 49–56) and the son of the widow (Luke 7:11–17), and two healings of people who were nearly dead: the son of the royal servant (John 4:46–54) and the son of the centurion (Matthew 8:5–13; Luke 7:1–10). §25 two healings of blind people: the blind-born (John 9:1–12) and two blind men (Matthew 20:29–34), and two healings of paralysed men: the paralytic (Matthew 9:2–8; Mark 2:1–12; Luke 5:18–26) and the man with the withered hand (Matthew 12:9–14; Mark 3:1–6; Luke 6:6–11).