Antioch of Pisidia
(gr. Αντιόχεια τὴς Πισιδίας)
(gr. Ἔφεσος — permitted)
(heb. ירושלים — Place of Peace)
(gr. Λύστρα - Iscakuyashi)
(gr. Πάφος - boiling)
(gr. Σελεύκεια )
(gr. Ἔφεσος — permitted)
||"are not purebred Jews"|
Jews with mixed blood (one of the parents was a Jew, the other was not a Jew).
||"converted to Judaism"|
Pagans who adopted Judaism, who became Jews through circumcision, the adoption and execution of Jewish laws, culture, lifestyle.
Jews who lived in Israel and adopted the Greek culture, style of life.
||הרמגדו ar Megiddo is the mountain of the city of happiness (places of troops).
||894בבל bavel is the gate of the gods. The city is the first-born, built by Nimrod after Noah's Flood. This city was built by man, in contrast to Jerusalem.
||lat. Vaticano - one of the 7 hills of Rome. State size of 44 hectares arose in 1929 as a result of the contracts of Piema XI and Mussolini. Has embassies in more than 125 countries, is represented in the UN.|
The head is the Pope, he has the unlimited power of the monarch. Has its flag, anthem, currency, marks, prison, gendarmerie, railway station.
In Vatican employs more than 3000 people, the number of subjects is 1000 people.
The capital of the Vatican is estimated at billions of dollars.
||region of Asia Minor (today's Turkey), in which in 278 BC settled Gauls (people of the Celtic tribe). From 25 BC part of the Roman Empire.
||גליל galil - Galilee, the district of the Gentiles.
||גוגלולת gulgolet is a skull. From גלגל - wheel, rim, circle.
||ציון ion - sunny, shiny. A fortified hill that was captured by David and turned into Jerusalem.
||3389ירושלים Yerushalaim is the abode of peace. In the year 70 it was destroyed by the Emperor Titus, in 135 it was restored by Rome and it was called Aelia Capitolia, in 638 it was conquered by Muslims and named El-Kuds - a holy city.
||Wherever it is said of Jerusalem, prophesies of the New Jerusalem (Ps 122), which Abraham saw and expected him (Heb 11:8-10). Rev 21:2,16 - 12,000 X 12.000 X 12.000 stages. The Cube also had the Holy of Holies in the Tabernacle - 10 X 10 X 10 cubits, in the temple - 20 X 20 X 20 cubits. (3Kings 6:20). Ezekiel 43:12 - the presence of God will be everywhere in the new temple, therefore the cube, as in the Holy of Holies.|
Gen 1:28 - Babylon, God divides from within.
Mt 28:19 - Jerusalem God does not call for gathering, but for spreading. There is a time to scatter stones and collect stones (Ekk 35) and it is not our business to know the times and the dates (Deut 1:7). Through persecution, God spreads the church (separation from outside). And He will gather Jerusalem (Is 43:5-6, Ps 147:2).
|| a city in Phrygia (today's territory of Turkey). Destroyed by an earthquake on the 63rd year of the reign of Nero and restored. The church was founded, apparently by Epaphras, when Paul lived in Ephesus.
||The main city of Achaea (Greece), at 146 BC. Destroyed by Julius Caesar, in 44 BC. Restored. It is located on the Khenkhreysky Isthmus (long ~ 8 km), along which the ships were dragged, which reduced the path by more than 300 km, and allowed the Cape to escape the dangerous storms. There was a saying: "You're going to travel through this promontory - write a will." Due to this the city was on the trade route and was the Mecca of east trade with the west.|
Every evening 1000 priests of the temple of Aphrodite, sacred prostitutes descended into the city. The only city of the Roman Empire where there was a temple prostitution. The expression "to live in Corinthian" meant an accomplished debauchee.
Paul spent 1,5 years there, most of his second m-trip.
||is a land of wanderers.|
- the name "Holy Land" has been used since 135, the so-called today's territory of Israel and Transjordan (today's Jordan).
||שמרון shomron is a watchtower. From שמר the shomer is the watchman, the sentry.
||mountain Geval (bald) - curses, altar. 300 m (800 meters above the sea)|
Mount Garizim (to be cut off, separated) - blessings, temple. 250 m
In Shechem lived:Abraham, Jacob, Joshua.
- The first stop of Abraham in the promised land is the place of Shechem (Gen. 126);
- 1st altar to God;
- 1st capital of Israel;
- The city of refuge, belongs to the Levites in the tribe of Ephraim.
Yaacov stayed in the city of Shechem and bought part of the field (Gen. 33:18).
- Dean was raped;
- killed all the inhabitants, avenging Dean;
- Avvimelekh seized power.
1219 BC - Avvimelekh destroyed.
967 BC - Jeroboam restored the capital (250 years - did not exist).
In the time of Jesus the capital of Samaria.
Here everything is for the cult - the height, the oak tree in the center of Israel.
- The altar - with the words of the law (decalogue);
- temple - built Sanavallet (Darius's protege) for Manasseh 300 BC;
- 129 The Sun is destroyed by Hyrcanus;
- Yaakov Well - 2.3 m in diameter, 25 m in depth;
- Joseph's coffin;
- Oak - (The sea is a teacher, an archer).
- Abraham builds an altar near an oak;
- Yaakov buried the idols under the oak;
- Joshua made a covenant with the people and laid a stone in front of an oak;
- Abimelech was appointed king before the oak.
|| the port, the main city of Macedonia (Greece), founded in 315 BC by Cassander, is named after his wife.
|| the city of Macedonia (Greece), founded by Philip II. The Roman colony. The Nerimians could become Romans after serving in the army, after which the veterans received citizenship and donned land in one of the Roman colonies. There Paul first used his citizenship.
|| people came from Crete (Kaftourim) Amos 97. At first their goal was Egypt, but after failing they settled on the coast of Israel. To date, this people has disappeared from the face of the earth, as was predicted in Jer. 474.
|| coveted, coveted.
The main city of the province of Asia (the territory of today's Turkey), a shopping center. The population of ~ 300.000 people, streets paved with marble, the temple of Diana (Artemis - the goddess of the moon, daughter of Zeus, sister of Apollo) was one of the seven wonders of the world. There was a large Jewish colony in the city. In 262 it was destroyed.
Paul spent three years in Ephesus during his 3rd m-trip, teaching every day. Graduates of his Bible school planted churches throughout the province of Asia. The pastor of the church in Ephesus was the favorite pupil of Paul - Timothy. Epistles of Timothy - Epistles to the pastor of the Ephesian church