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  • Long time ago I posted about this stunning phenotype. At the Moment I have 4 Generations in my breeding tanks. The make a lot of fun and Iam happy with them.First Generation (F1)                                                                             
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  • The Book of Swords Series is collectively a science fiction / fantasy novel series written by Fred Saberhagen. Its central theme revolves around the Twelve Swords of Power forged by the gods, each endowed with a particular power or gift, and how
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  • According to Colossians 1:15 , Jesus is the “firstborn of all creation.” There are two primary views regarding what this means:In the first view, Jesus is not counted among created beings but is declared to be supreme over them. In the
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  • This fast commemorates the salvation of the Israelite firstborns during the Plague of the Firstborn (according to the Book of Exodus , the tenth of the ten plagues wrought upon Ancient Egypt prior to the Exodus of the Children of Israel ), when,
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  • He [Christ] is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of all creation. For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things were created through him and
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  • A. The phrase “firstborn of the dead” translates the Greek prototokos ton nekros . A similar expression prototokos ek nekros appears in Col 1:18, translated firstborn from the dead in the NAS: • Col 1:18 He is also head of the body, the
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  • Author Andrew B. Perrin In Col 1:18 Paul describes Jesus as “the firstborn of the dead.” How can this be when Lazarus was resurrected before Jesus (John 11:44)? To understand what Paul meant here, we must investigate the meaning of the Greek word behind
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