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Jesus is not of this world (John 8:21-30)

John 8:21-30 presents a dialogue between Jesus and the Jews, in which Jesus speaks about his origin, destination, and divine identity. This passage is rich in theological content and employs key Greek terms that underscore its message and significance. In this passage, Jesus again addresses the...

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I lift up my eyes to you (Psalm 123)

Psalm 123 is a short but profound passage within the Songs of Ascents, which were songs sung by pilgrims as they made their journey to Jerusalem for the major Jewish festivals. This psalm, specifically, is a prayer for mercy, expressing deep dependence on God. The text is a plea for God's mercy...

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Pilgrim Psalms

The "Psalms of Ascent," also known as the "Pilgrim Psalms" or "Songs of Degrees," are a collection of psalms in the Biblical Psalter, specifically Psalms 120 to 134. This designation, found in the titles of each of these psalms, refers to their pilgrim nature. The Psalms of Ascent were likely...

Heptads

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...

Social memory

In biblical studies, the term "social memory" refers to the collective process by which communities remember, interpret, and transmit their experiences, beliefs, and narratives related to their religious, cultural, and historical identity. This concept is particularly relevant in examining how...