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HERALDRY: THE CLUES TO HISTORY – Zebulun: The Haven Dweller

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  Zebulun was Jacob’s tenth son and Leah’s sixth.  His name  means “dwelling”  or “wished  for habitation”. (Genesis 30:20). At his birth Leah, rather sadly, said “Now will my husband dwell with me”.  However, Jacob still loved Rachel best and  Leah was doomed to be disappointed.  In Genesis  49:13 we  read  of Jacob’s blessing to…

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MOSES AND THE PHARAOH’S DAUGHTER

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Courtesy of: BIWF [NZ] Auckland Formerly the  Adverse Critics could not  be answered when  they asked  for the authenticity of the story of Moses as set forth in the Old Testament. Those who believed in the Bible could  merely  state  that it was in the Bible, and therefore must be true. But how different it…

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WHO ARE THE QUEBECOIS?

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On October 30, 1995, the people of the province of Quebec, Canada, voted in a province-wide referendum. Its purpose was to determine the political destiny of Quebec vis-a-vis the rest of Canada. A “yes” vote would have meant that Quebec would become an independent sovereign state. As it happened, 50.6% of those voting chose to…

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THE TRUE ROOTS AND ORIGIN OF THE SCOTS – (6)

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A research summary and pointers toward further research “Wherever the pilgrim turns his feet, he finds Scotsmen in the forefront of civilization and letters. They are the premiers in every colony, professors in every university, teachers, editors, lawyers, engineers and merchants – everything, and always at the front.” – English writer Sir Walter Besant “The…

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CHAPLAIN’S PAGE – “BE ALARMED”

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This could be the most challenging  article you will ever read! If you do not wish to be challenged, and have the stark facts of our current  national situation brought to your attention, then read no further. Assuming that you do wish to read further, then what you are about to read is the plain…

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