Bible Study Jeremiah


Author: Jeremiah Date: Sixth Century B.C. The prophet Jeremiah is one of the best-known figures in the Old Testament because of the biographical detail to be found in his book. In most other instances the man is subordinated to the message so that little is known about the preachers as individuals. In Jeremiah’s case, his…
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Planting Artichokes


Native to the Mediterranean region, the globe artichoke is finding increasing popularity among gardeners in the damp mild coastal regions of this country. Generally three to five feet tall, this coarse, herbaceous perennial has large, lobed leaves to three feet long and good-sized heads that take on a violet shade as they ripen. The base…
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Drug Rash


What is Drug Rash? With the vast and ever-increasing number of medicinal drugs available for the treatment of disease, more sensitivity reactions are occurring. Localized or widespread reactions are common, including redness, swelling, itch, blister formation from vesicles are widespread aggregations called bullac, sensitivity of the skin to light (photosensitivity), pimples (acne form eruptions), loss…
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Skin Disease


There are three major forms of skin diseases caused by allergies. 1. Infantile eczema also known as atopic dermatitis, is considered an allergic disorder for the following reasons: Many infants with this syndrome also develop allergic rhinitis and asthma later in life. In many cases the rash appears to be an allergic response to certain…
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Hysterectomy


What is Hysterectomy? Hysterectomy means removal of the uterus (womb). This is a common operation, especially in older women, and in many cases it can transform their lives from one of misery, into the way it was when in the heyday of one’s health and vitality. Although some claim too many hysterectomies are done these…
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Astronaut Facts


The very first astronauts were jet pilots. Astronauts must be extremely fit and also have very good eyesight. The American space agency NASA trains its astronauts at the Johnson Space Center near Houston, Texas. The US space shuttle carries three kinds of astronaut – pilots, mission specialists and payload specialists. The pilot or commander’s job…
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Sunday School Lessons on Responsibility Topic Discussion


1. How does the knowledge that God owns your very being affect how you live? What changes do you need to make? The fact of creation makes God the owner. Scripture also reminds us that we have been bought back from sin by the blood of Christ; therefore we glorify God in body and spirit…
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Moving Particle Facts


The tiny atoms and molecules from which every substance is made are constantly moving. The speed at which molecules move depends on temperature. Heat gives atoms and molecules extra energy, making them move faster. In 1827 Scottish botanist Robert Brown saw through a microscope that pollen grains in water were constantly dancing. They are buffeted…
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Crippling Diseases


Despite the advances in the medical sciences, there are still many crippling diseases that affect people. These can be inherited, occur after birth due to mutations or anomalies within the body, contracted through activities in our daily lives or as a result of medical treatments gone wrong. They can also be physical or mental. Although…
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Anal Problems


By far the most alarming anal problem in is bleeding, and the most common cause of bleeding in this area is a fissure, a crack or tear in the sensitive skin of the anal opening. Fissures are nearly always caused by the passage of a hard stool, although scratching or sometimes irritation from cleansers in…
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Chromosome Facts


Chromosomes are the microscopically tiny, twisted threads inside every cell that carry your body’s life instructions in chemical form. There are 46 chromosomes in each of your body cells, divided into 23 pairs. One of each chromosome pair came from your mother and the other from your father. In a girl’s 23 chromosome pairs, each…
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Facts on Amphibians


Reptiles are scaly skinned animals which live in many different habitats mainly in warm regions . They include crocodiles, lizards, snakes and tortoises. Reptiles are coldblooded, but this does not mean that their blood is cold. A reptile’s body cannot keep its blood warm, and the animal has to control its temperature by moving between…
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Sunday School Lesson on King Josiah Topic Discussion


1.In Western cultures there is no shortage of Bibles. Yet widespread biblical illiteracy means that the Bible often is effectively “lost.” What would you suggest to address the problem? Biblical illiteracy is caused by people not reading the Bible. Therefore, the solution to the problem is for people to read their Bibles! We recognize, however,…
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Shark Facts


Sharks are the most fearsome predatory fish of the seas. There are 375 species, living mostly in warm seas. Sharks have a skeleton made of rubbery cartilage – most other kinds of fish have bony skeletons. The world’s biggest fish is the whale shark, which can grow to well over 12 m long. Unlike other…
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Sebaceous Cysts


What are Sebaceous Cysts? Sebaceous cysts swellings commonly occur on the skin can be simple sebaceous cysts. They vary in size, and are often small, like a grain of rice or sago. But they may grow and develop into large masses several centimetres in diameter. Generally the skin covering them is unaltered unless infection occurs….
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King James Bible


New critical editions of the text available to the revisers were the Latin Old Testament of Arias Montanus (based on Hebrew) and the Latin Bible of Tremelius with the Apocrypha of Franciscus Junius (from the Hebrew for the Old Testament and the Greek and Syriac for the Apocrypha and the New). Vernacular translations consulted with…
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Calcium Facts


Calcium Chemicals and materials Calcium is a soft, silvery white metal. It doesn’t occur naturally in pure form. In compounds, calcium is the fifth most abundant element on the Earth. Calcium is one of six alkaline-earth metals. Slaked lime is calcium hydroxide. It may be called `slaked’ because it slakes (quenches) a plant’s thirst for…
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