- From a Babylonian language. (Wiktionary)
“She could name a little chicken "Meshach," and every egg it laid was a new toy.”
“Her wonderful performance instantly erases any memories of Meshach Taylor.”
“Please plead with them to encourage their people to stand up and support leaders like Meshach in his service to Ghana.”
“I hope you told the politicians of Ghana that there are promising grassroots efforts and grassroots leaders like Meshach who need their support.”
“Meshach is an inspirational teacher who does everything without a paycheck, without benefits, without supplies, and without any local support network.”
“Meshach created PROFESA as a low-cost option for education.”
“In 2000, Meshach started his own school called the PROFESA Secretarial Academy to help bring free and reduced education to his home town.”
“Once his degree was completed Meshach was bothered by the overwhelming number of promising young men and women in his community who were wasting away without a chance at a high school education.”
“For years Meshach lived through the challenges of not being able to afford his own education.”
“Only people standing in the blast furnace, like Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, can understand what the situation in Israel is really like, and really comprehend the true nature of the speaker's enemy.”
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