Billy concludes that God knew that we'd be tempted to turn a portrait of Jesus into an idol - and that would be wrong. Billy sidesteps the real question of Jesus’s appearance because Jesus was a Jew from Palestine.
My parents had the Sacred Heart image in their bedroom and also the much spookier image shown at left. We could, at this point, go off into all the errors that have crept or been intentionally inserted into the text, but that is several other articles.
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I completely disagree with Billy because during the era of Jesus there were great artist too and quiet naturally artists would not have left to draw the profile of Jesus since Jesus was different from an ordinary man.
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Persons, who propagate this devotion, shall have their names inscribed on My Heart, never to be effaced from it. The towns of Nazareth and Capernaum, where Jesus lived, were primarily Aramaic-speaking communities, though Greek was widely spoken in the eastern Roman Empire.
Artists throughout the ages have tried to picture Him, but even the most inspiring painting of Jesus is still a product of the artist's imagination. He probably looked much like the natives in the Middle East: brown skinned, brown-eyed, dark brown hair and beard. The text that accompanied the picture said that if you stared at it for 30 seconds Jesus would open His eyes. From those who believe every word of the Bible is true and must be followed to the letter to those who see the Bible as a guide for modern living, they all stand in front of their congregations, waving their version of the Bible in front of the worshipers. The point is that most modern preachers fall down on their faces, not in front of God or Jesus, but in front of the Bible.
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Jesus may have also known enough Hebrew to discuss the Hebrew Bible, and he may have known Koine Greek through commerce in nearby Sepphoris.Aramaic phrases in the Greek New TestamentThe Greek New Testament transliterates a few words and phrases, some Hebrew, some Aramaic and some either.

It is an interesting optical illusion, but not the kind of picture you want to show to impressionable kids. They claim that the Bible is the inspired word of God – written down by men, yes, but what the men wrote was what God whispered in their ears.
If you trace the history of communication before the language pictures were used to convey messages so than language you can trust pictures. Orders that contain multiple items with different ship times will be shipped out based on the item with the longest ship time. These are mainly words attributed to Jesus by Mark, and perhaps had a special significance because of this.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~A very small minority believe that most or all of the New Testament was originally written in Aramaic. The buyers and churches that commissioned paintings would not want a short, ugly, dark-skinned Jesus, so the paintings like the Roman Catholic’s Sacred Heart of Jesus image show Jesus with brown but high-lighted hair and fair skin.
Of course why don't you believe same as you say Bible (inspired by God) pictures can also be inspired by God.
How many more must suffer and die, for a book, before we follow Billy’s advice and stop worshipping that idol?
The consensus among scholarship is that the New Testament was compiled in the Greek language. No one said to worship the picture but look upon the picture and recollect what was he in that picture and show everyone that was He ("Jesus" (not an idle worship) it is permanent too an identity but the words can also misinterpreted and rewritten too.
You can then right-away go ahead and right-click on the full-sized image and save the image to your computer to set it as your desktop wallpaper.
This could be from the Aramaic 'ethptha?', the passive imperative of the verb 'ptha?', 'to open', since the 'th' could assimilate in western Aramaic.
The guttural '?' was often omitted in Greek transcriptions in the Septuagint and was also softened in Galilean speech,.
The form is closer to Hebrew nif`al ????, but because this is recorded by Mark, who uses Aramaic in another healing section, it is probable that this was intended to be colloquial Aramaic and so cited according to Mark's literary purposes.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~In Aramaic, it could be ?????
Yet not what I will, but what you will."~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Abba, an Aramaic Hebrew word (written ???? This word was also used in colloquial Hebrew.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Note, the name Barabbas is a Hellenization of the Aramaic Bar Abba (??
He that is faithful in that which is least is faithful also in much: and he that is unjust in the least is unjust also in much.

If therefore ye have not been faithful in the unrighteous mammon, who will commit to your trust the true riches?
And if ye have not been faithful in that which is another man's, who shall give you that which is your own? The one urges to adultery and corruption, avarice and deceit; the other bids farewell to these things.
We cannot, therefore, be the friends of both; and it behoves us, by renouncing the one, to make sure of the other.
Let us reckon that it is better to hate the things present, since they are trifling, and transient, and corruptible; and to love those as being good and incorruptible. For if we do the will of Christ, we shall find rest; otherwise, nothing shall deliver us from eternal punishment, if we disobey His commandments. The Hebrew form of this word is attested in Codex Kaufman to the Mishnah.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Maranatha (?????? Jesus is not quoting the canonical Hebrew version (?l? ?l? l?m? `azabt?n?), however, but is using an Hebraic midrash (Matthew) or Aramaic translation of it (Mark).~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~In the following verse, in both accounts, some who hear Jesus' cry imagine that he is calling for help from Elijah (Eliyy?). This is perhaps to underline the incomprehension of the bystanders about what is happening.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Almost all ancient Greek manuscripts show signs of trying to normalise this text. The Alexandrian, Western and Caesarean textual families all reflect harmonization of the texts between Matthew and Mark.
Iota is the smallest letter of the Greek alphabet (?), but since only capitals were used at the time the Greek New Testament was written (?), it probably represents the Aramaic yodh (?) which is the smallest letter of the Aramaic alphabet. Keraia is a hook or serif, possibly accents in Greek but more likely hooks on Aramaic letters, (?) versus (?), or additional marks such as crowns (as Vulgate apex) found in Jewish Bibles.
The standard reference for NT Greek is A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and other Early Christian Literature, Bauer, Gingrich, Danker, et al.
This word entered Jewish Greek from Hebrew ???, and like many cases in the Greek translation of Hebrew Bible, it adopted a more Aramaic sounding form (????). Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord!~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~According to the Bauer lexicon, see references at end, this word is derived from Aramaic (????

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