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  • 13:50, 13 January 2009 diff hist +34 Paul
  • 13:47, 13 January 2009 diff hist -15 Abraham
  • 13:46, 13 January 2009 diff hist -13 Aaron
  • 13:45, 13 January 2009 diff hist -32 Adonizedek
  • 13:38, 13 January 2009 diff hist +537 N HymenaeusNew page: An early Christian who denied the faith. He is mentioned in two epistles. In 1 Timothy 1:19-20, "...some by rejecting conscience, have made a shipwreck of their faith, among them Hymenaeus...
  • 13:38, 13 January 2009 diff hist +395 N HushaiNew page: Hushai was a friend and counselor of Kind David (2 Sam. 15:32, 37). During Absalom's revolt, Hushai remained faithful to David and became a spy for him in Jerusalem. He gave Absalom bad ad...
  • 13:38, 13 January 2009 diff hist +774 N HurNew page: While Joshua was engaged in battle with the Amalekites at Rephidim, "Moses climbed to the top of the hill with Aaron and Hur. As long as Moses kept his hands raised up, Israel had the bett...
  • 13:37, 13 January 2009 diff hist +594 N HuldahNew page: She was the only Prophetess mentioned in the monarchical period, and the wife of Shallum, King Josiah's wardrobe keeper. She held such great esteem, that King Josiah sought her advice when...
  • 13:37, 13 January 2009 diff hist +681 N HophniNew page: Hophni was the son of the high priest of Eli. Hophni and his brother Phinehas were two worthless men with no regard for the Lord, as we are told in 1 samuel 2:12. They gorged themselves on...
  • 13:37, 13 January 2009 diff hist +848 N HosheaNew page: Hoshea was the 19th and final king of the ancient kingdom of Israel. He was the son of Elah and he became king after he assassinated King Pekah. He reigned nine years in Samaria (733-724 B...
  • 13:36, 13 January 2009 diff hist +1,297 N Hosea (Prophet)New page: Hosea, according to the Bible's book of Hosea, Hosea prophesied about 2750 years ago, during the reigns of the last two kings of Israel, shortly before Israel was conquered - and destroyed...
  • 13:36, 13 January 2009 diff hist +823 N HiramNew page: The ruler of the port city of Tyre, and a good friend of both King David and King Solomon. Hiram furnished cedar wood, as well as carpenters and masons who built a palace for David (2 Samu...
  • 13:36, 13 January 2009 diff hist +2,168 N HezekiahNew page: Hezekiah, son of King Ahaz, and mother Abijah, became king at age 25. He reigned 29 years. According to 2 Chronicles 29:2, his reign was a good one. He took the throne during a crucial tim...
  • 13:35, 13 January 2009 diff hist +1,624 N HerodiasNew page: Herodias is most famous for her role in having John the Baptist beheaded after he criticized the illegality of her marriage. She was a granddaughter of King Herod the Great and she lived f...
  • 13:35, 13 January 2009 diff hist +1,454 N Herod the GreatNew page: Herod the Great was the son of Antipater. He was the procurator of Judah, under Julius Caesar, and king, under Augustus. He reigned as an appointed king for 33 years (37-4 BC). He was of ...
  • 13:34, 13 January 2009 diff hist +610 N Herod PhilipNew page: Herod Philip, also known as Philip the tetrarch, was son of Herod the Great and his fifth wife Cleopatra of Jerusalem. He was the half-brother of Herod Antipas and Herod Archelaus. He liv...
  • 13:34, 13 January 2009 diff hist +1,776 N Herod ArchelausNew page: Herod Archelaus was a son of King Herod the Great, a brother to Herod Antipas, and half-brother to Herod Philip. His mother was Malthace. Archelaus lived from about 23 BC to about 18 AD. A...
  • 13:33, 13 January 2009 diff hist +1,309 N Herod AntipasNew page: Herod Antipas was the son of Herod the Great and brother to Herod Archelaus. His mother was a Samaritan named Malthace. He ruled over Galilee and Perea from 4 BC-39 AD. He inherited his fa...
  • 13:33, 13 January 2009 diff hist +818 N HazaelNew page: King of Syria from about 842 to 800 BC, and a powerful enemy of Israel. God ordered Elijah the prophet to anoint him when the Syrian king Ben-Hadad was ill. After Hazael found out he was t...
  • 13:32, 13 January 2009 diff hist +574 N HanunNew page: Hanun took over the throne of Ammon after the death of his father, Nahash. King David sent his servants with condolences to Hanun for the loss of his father. But Hanun was led to believe, ...
  • 13:32, 13 January 2009 diff hist +1,046 N HannahNew page: Hannah was the wife of Elkanah, a Levite of the Kohathite branch. She could not bear children, and was being mocked for this by Elkanah's other wife, Peninnah, who bore several children. O...
  • 13:32, 13 January 2009 diff hist +650 N HananiahNew page: Hananiah was one of the three friends of Daniel who was cast into the fiery furnace. He was taken to Babylon with Daniel, Mishael, and Azariah after the siege of Jerusalem (Daniel 1:3-7)....
  • 13:31, 13 January 2009 diff hist +413 N HamanNew page: Haman was the evil and scheming prime minister of Ahasuerus (Xerxes 1), King of Persia (485-464 B.C.). When Mordecai refused to bow to Haman, Haman plotted to destroy Mordecai and his fami...
  • 13:31, 13 January 2009 diff hist +520 N HamNew page: Ham was the youngest of Noah's three sons. His brothers were Shem and Japheth. Ham, along with his parents, his brothers and their wives, were on the Ark during the Great Flood. Ham was th...
  • 13:31, 13 January 2009 diff hist +1,092 N HaggaiNew page: Haggai was sent by God to preach to the restored community of Jews in Jerusalem after the Babylonian Captivity had ended. He encouraged his fellow Jews to finish rebuilding the Temple, whi...
  • 13:30, 13 January 2009 diff hist +788 N HagarNew page: Hagar, an Egyptian, was the servant of Sarah, the wife of Abraham. Because Sarah was childless, she appointed Hagar to have a child with Abraham. Hagar gave birth to Abraham's first son, I...
  • 13:30, 13 January 2009 diff hist +494 N HadadezerNew page: Hadadezer, the the son of Rehob, was the king of Zobah, which in ancient times was the name of an area north of the city of Damascus, Syria. He fought military battles several times agains...
  • 13:29, 13 January 2009 diff hist +399 N HadadNew page: When King David's army defeated the Edomites, Hadad, a prince of Edom, escaped to Egypt. There "Hadad found great favor in the sight of the Pharaoh" (1 Kings 11:19), who gave him both land...
  • 13:29, 13 January 2009 diff hist +980 N Habakkuk (Prophet)New page: Habakkuk lived in Judah and was a contemporary of the prophets Nahum and Jeremiah. He preached during the last days of Judah before its fall in 586 BC. Habakkuk foresaw the doom that awai...
  • 13:28, 13 January 2009 diff hist +512 N Gomer (Hosea's Wife)New page: Gomer is both the name of a man and a woman in the Bible. The male Gomer was the oldest son of Japheth (Gen. 10:2-3), and the grandson of Noah. The female Gomer was the prostitute who be...
  • 13:27, 13 January 2009 diff hist +81 N User talk:ValekvespaNew page: I am just adding more articles. I am aiming for more articles to come. Thank you.
  • 07:22, 10 January 2009 diff hist +1,088 N JaffaNew page: Jaffa also is known as Joppa. A port city on the Mediterranean. After Joshua conquered the new land, Joppa became part of Dan. King Solomon used Joppa as a port to bring in timber from Leb...
  • 07:22, 10 January 2009 diff hist +2,449 N JerusalemNew page: Jerusalem is the most famous city in the world. It's located in the Judean Hills of Israel, with the Hinnom and Kidron valleys as part of its borders. Its elevation is 2600 feet above sea ...
  • 07:21, 10 January 2009 diff hist +870 N JerichoNew page: Jericho is about 15 miles northeast of Jerusalem. During the days of Jesus, the ancient site of Jericho was largely abandoned and there was a newer settlement to the south, which had been ...
  • 07:20, 10 January 2009 diff hist +1,334 N Israel (Nation)New page: Hebron is one of the oldest cities in Israel. It is about 18 miles southwest of Jerusalem. Hebron was settled in the beginning of the 18th century BC. The city was owned by the sons of Het...
  • 07:20, 10 January 2009 diff hist +759 N Haran (son of Terah)New page: Haran is the name of a place and the name of a person, and both are connected to Abraham and his father Terah. Haran is the name of the town, in what is now Iraq, that Abraham lived in fo...
  • 07:20, 10 January 2009 diff hist +1,103 N GilgalNew page: Gilgal is the place where Joshua and the Israelites landed after they crossed the Jordan River into the promised land, the land that would become known as Israel. Gilgal is located on the ...
  • 07:19, 10 January 2009 diff hist +161 N GethsemaneNew page: Gethsemane was the place where Jesus prayed shortly before being betrayed by Judas and arrested by the Romans. (Matthew 26). Category:Landmarks of the Bible
  • 07:17, 10 January 2009 diff hist +482 N GadarenesNew page: Gadarenes is a place on the eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee, between Susita and Bethsaida, within the "the country of the Gergesenes", where in Matthew 8:28 Jesus cast out devils. Ther...
  • 07:15, 10 January 2009 diff hist +2,241 N GalileeNew page: Galilee refers to both a region and a sea in the northern part of Israel. The region is sometimes called the district of Galilee or the province of Galilee. The region includes the towns o...
  • 07:14, 10 January 2009 diff hist +314 N Euphrates RiverNew page: The Euphrates River is one of one of the four rivers in the Garden of Eden (Gen 1:4). It runs parallel to the Tigris River and extends from present day Turkey, through Syria and Iraq, and...
  • 07:14, 10 January 2009 diff hist +999 N Ephrathah (Ephrath)New page: Ephrathah, or Ephrath, is the ancient name for the town of Bethlehem, in Judah, in the southern part of the land of Israel. It was called Ephrath during ancient times, as recorded in the ...
  • 07:13, 10 January 2009 diff hist +1,601 N EphesusNew page: Ephesus was one of the largest and wealthiest cities in the eastern Mediterranean area. It had a population of about 250,000 people. The temple of the Greek goddess Artemis was located the...
  • 07:12, 10 January 2009 diff hist +848 N En GediNew page: En-Gedi is an oasis on the western shore of the Dead Sea, about 20 miles south of Qumran and 10 miles north of Masada. David hid in En-Gedi on his flight from King Saul, and it was there t...
  • 07:12, 10 January 2009 diff hist +482 N EmmausNew page: Emmaus is a town in Judea or Judah. Also known as Hamthan, which means "hot springs". Cleopas and another disciple met the resurrected Jesus on the road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-16). Evacuati...
  • 07:11, 10 January 2009 diff hist +2,685 N EgyptNew page: Situated along the southeastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea, bordered by Libya on the west and the Red Sea on the east. The southern boundry changed many times in different periods of h...
  • 12:58, 5 January 2009 diff hist +1,208 N GoliathNew page: A giant soldier in the Philistine army that challenged the Israeli army under King Saul, to send a man against him in single combat to decide which side would claim victory. This went on f...
  • 12:57, 5 January 2009 diff hist +1,177 N GideonNew page: Gideon was the son of Joash the Abiezrite from Ophrah. He was Israel's fourth major Judge after the birth of Joshua. A large army of Midianites and other nations united against Israel. The...
  • 12:57, 5 January 2009 diff hist +490 N GeshemNew page: Geshem was an Arab chieftain who, along with his friends Sanballat and Tobiah, tried to stop Nehemiah from rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem. Geshem conspired to harm Nehemiah, and then th...
  • 12:57, 5 January 2009 diff hist +564 N GershonNew page: Gerson, whos name is sometimes translated into English as Gershom, he's the oldest of Levi's three sons. He was born in Canaan before the family left for Egypt to reunite with Joseph. He w...

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