Thanksso much for the post.Really thank you! Great.
Thanksso much for the post.Much thanks again. Really Cool.
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Thanks, Jeff!That book is coming, I promise. I loved your blog today on this and your thoughts here. According to Hugh Nibley, Paanchi was one of the names that impressed William F. Albright. It is really hard to get away from that one as an Egyptian name, and it”s intriguing to consider a connection with UA *onka / *oŋa. Your connection made me think of Mormon”s words to Moroni in Moroni 8:12: “But little children are alive in Christ, even from the foundation of the world; if not so, God is a partial God, and also a changeable God, and a respecter to persons and in Moroni 8:22: For behold that all little children are alive in Christ, and also all they that are without the law. For the power of redemption cometh on all them that have no law. This, I think, is especially relevant given the deteriorating circumstances in which Mormon wrote this letter: death was extremely prevalent and the dwindling remnant of Nephite faithful were apparently anxious to have their children baptized before they were killed.
It is not my desire or wish that I would ever welcome another mother to this oh so private and shattering small group.but here you are and here are we. Memorial Weekend 1973 6mos along in John Knight Billingsley’s gestational development I asked my friend ,if after feeling her baby move, did she then go as long as a week without feeling her baby move? “You should probably call your doctor.” So I did. And then, like you, for almost a month I carried John as I awaited Mother Nature and the end to all those maternal hopes and dreams. It has almost been 45 years now since God took him to Heaven ahead of me. I miss him every day, I think about what might have been and what it will be like when we finally embrace. God took my heart to Heaven 25 June 1973 I Can Only Imagine! James Michael has given his momma a testimony and Jesus is being radically glorified. Good job, Team Alsop!!!!
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