Volunteering Sexism and Machismo: But a female traveller will also face prejudice around the world, in the form of sexism and discrimination, misogyny and objectification.
For we do not have a High Priest Who is unable to understand and sympathize and have a shared feeling with our weaknesses and infirmities and liability to the assaults of temptation, but One Who has been tempted in every respect as we are, yet without sinning Amplified Bible - Lockman Barclay: For we have not a high priest who is such that he cannot feel with us in our weaknesses; but one who has gone through every temptation, just in the same way as we have, and who is without sin.
For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin. For we have no superhuman High Priest to whom our weaknesses are unintelligible - he himself has shared fully in all our experience of temptation, except that he never sinned.
Having therefore a High Priest, a great One, One who has gone through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us be holding fast our confession. For we do not have a High Priest who is not able to enter experientially into a fellow feeling with our infirmities, but one who has been tempted and tested in all points like as we are, without sin.
For we do not have a high priest who cannot sympathize with our weaknesses, but One who has been tempted in all things as we are, yet without sin. Scottish Psalter For - He explains why we can and should hold fast to our confession of Jesus as our Messiah and Redeemer. Thus He is able. The present tense describes His continually available power and ability!
Sympathize with our weaknesses - The Exalted One suffers together with the weakness of the one tempted. Jesus understands temptation as Luke reminds us recording that… for forty days, being tempted by the devil.
And He ate nothing during those days; and when they had ended, He became hungry. Sympathy As you read the definition ponder Jesus' ability and desire to sympathize with us as His brethren - Fellow feeling; the quality of being affected by the affection of another, with feelings correspondent in kind, if not in degree.
We feel sympathy for another when we see him in distress, or when we are informed of his distresses. This sympathy is a correspondent feeling of pain or regret.
In medicine, a correspondence of various parts of the body in similar sensations or affections; or an affection of the whole body or some part of it, in consequence of an injury or disease of another part, or of a local affection.
Thus a contusion on the head will produce nausea and vomiting. To sympathize is to have a common feeling.
To feel in consequence of what another feels; to be affected by feelings similar to those of another, in consequence of knowing the person to be thus affected.
We sympathize with our friends in distress; we feel some pain when we see them pained, or when we are informed of their distresses, even at a distance. Webster's Jesus is able to experience pain jointly with us. The exalted High Priest suffers together with the weaknesses of the those who are being tested and brings active help!
It expresses the feeling of what others feel so that one can respond with sensitivity to the need. People who have true "sympathy" generally do not say, "I know how you feel.
The only other NT use of the verb sympatheo is also in Hebrews no uses in the Septuagint … Hebrews Phillips - The Lord you serve, the Savior to whom you look, is not aloof from your trials, but feels them with intimate acquaintance.
He is not disinterested or cold to what you are going through; he came to this earth and took up our human nature precisely so that he might now be able to have a fellow feeling with us. Therefore, he is eminently able to represent you before the throne of his heavenly Father, pleading your cause, securing your place, and procuring the spiritual resources you need.
Reformed Expository Commentary Spurgeon - How this ought to draw us to the Savior—that He was made like unto ourselves; that He knows our temptations by a practical experience of them; and though He was without sin, yet the same sins that are put before us by Satan were also set before Him.
Vincent - Not sufferings, but weaknesses, moral and physical, which predispose to sin and facilitate it. Wuest… The infirmities here are not sufferings but weaknesses, moral and physical, that predispose one to sin, the weaknesses which undermine our resistance to temptation and make it difficult for us to keep from sinning.
He was tempted "like as we are. On the contrary, He has felt in His own consciousness, the difficulty of being righteous in this world; has felt pressing upon Himself the reasons and inducements that incline men to choose sin that they may escape suffering and death; in every part of His human constitution has known the pain and conflict with which alone temptation can be overcome; has been so tempted that had He sinned, He would have had a thousandfold better excuse than ever man had.
Even though His divinity may have ensured His triumph, His temptation was true and could only be overcome by means that are open to all. The one difference between our temptations and those of Jesus is that His were without sin. While you are entreating the Lord three times to take away the thorn in the flesh He is sympathizing with you.
Is it not well that it does not say, touched with the feeling of our patience, our self-denial, our valor?
Our pain, our depression, our trembling, our sensitiveness; He is touched with these, though He does not fall into the sin that too often comes of them.
MacArthur - Weaknesses does not refer directly to sin, but to feebleness or infirmity. It refers to all the natural limitations of humanity, which, however, include liability to sin.
Natsu with Lisanna, watching over their "Dragon" Egg. One day, Natsu found an egg in the forest east of kaja-net.comng it to be a Dragon Egg, Natsu took it to the guild and asked Makarov to make it hatch, but Makarov and Erza told him that he was the only one that could make the egg hatch; through love and care. Lisanna offered to help Natsu . > ROMANS THIS chapter presents a glorious display of the power of Divine grace, and of the provision which God has made for the consolation of His people.. While the Apostle had proved, in the sixth, that his previous doctrine gave no license to believers to continue in sin, he had still kept in view his main purpose of establishing their free justification. Adam Smith (—) Adam Smith is often identified as the father of modern capitalism. While accurate to some extent, this description is both overly simplistic and dangerously misleading.
Jesus knew firsthand the drive of human nature toward sin. His humanity was His battleground. It is here that Jesus faced and fought sin. He was victorious, but not without the most intense temptation, grief, and anguish.That’s understandable. But don’t let discomfort prevent you from reaching out to someone who is grieving.
Now, more than ever, your loved one needs your support. You don’t need to have answers or give advice or say and do all the right things.
The most important thing you can do for a grieving person is to simply be there. No One Of The Experts noticed!?>> To summarize. 1- English words with correct Hebrew meaning, proving Hebrew meanings are universal.
2- "The Writing of God" the original Hebrew letters are Latin Letters.
Travelling as a woman will always open up avenues that are unavailable to men. Despite being foreigners and strangers, women often connect with local children, young mothers, and old ladies with an immediacy borne from an innate trust in our gender.
11 The origin of language is the origin of god by Yoseph Lanyadoo. When God, the head light entity among other light entities created matter from light and thought, followed it by DNA language and wrote complex programs that created life he became God.
One who supports, sympathizes with, or patronizes a group, cause, or movement: friends of the clean air movement. 5. Friend A member of the Society of Friends; a Quaker.
A true friend always supports the person but doesn’t feel compelled to support the situation. A true friend knows how and when to say the firm, “No.” (Leslie Mollay)