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Latin: Frequency Vocabulary (99-50 Occurrences)

The exercise contains words that occur between 99 to 50 times in the Bible. Mastering this vocabulary will increase your ability for a more fluent reading of the Bible in the Latin language.


Jesus at the Last Day at the Feast of Tabernacles (John 7:37-53)

The passage from John 7:37-53 in the New Testament carries significant theological messages and holds a distinct place in Christian doctrine. In verses 37-39, Jesus proclaims during the Feast of Tabernacles that those who are thirsty should come to him and drink, symbolizing the Holy Spirit...


Colors in Greek

The ancient Greeks had a unique understanding of color, which differed significantly from modern perceptions. Rather than categorizing specific hues, they focused on describing colors based on qualities such as light, brightness, darkness, and saturation. This approach prioritized the qualitative...




The term heptad comes from the Greek word for "seven" and is used to refer to groups or series of seven in various contexts. In the context of the Biblical book of Revelation, heptads refer to several sets of seven that are significant in the symbolism and structure of the text. These...


Marriage is an important institution in the Bible, and several key passages address it. Marriage, as a sacred covenant, reflects the unbreakable bond between God and His people, emphasizing the importance of lifelong commitment and faithfulness. It serves as a means for procreation, companionship,...


The biblical temple holds a central place in the theology and spirituality of the Judeo-Christian tradition. It symbolizes the dwelling place of God on earth (Exodus 25:8), representing the intimate relationship between God and His people. The temple serves as a bridge between the divine and human...