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Besides, it should be noted that divine grace presupposes that there will be many that wish Abram well; therefore mebharekhe'kha, plural, "thy blessers."
I fared forth and journeyed about the land of the Unbelievers and traversed it in all its parts; for divine grace enveloped me and heavenly protection encompassed me, so that I met not a single
If seven, be the number of divine operation, then Enoch's case would exemplify what divine grace can accomplish by way of complete consecration.
It is here presented, as furnishing proof of the strength of his parental feelings, an illustration of the greatness of his grief, and as a specimen of the efforts made by a vigorous mind and tender heart -- as yet, unenlightened and unrenewed by divine grace -- to find consolation in sorrow.
Again divine grace presupposes that there will not be many that wish this friend of God ill: therefore meqallelkha, singular, "thy curser."