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Family and losing her husband she never stepped away

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family and losing her husband she never stepped away from God she stayed faithful and continued to trust in him and his will for her and by doing this she was rewarded. (Romans 8:28) “And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.” A setting within the Bible that is well known is Bethlehem founded by Salma, the son of Caleb is also known as the “House of Bread “and the “House of Meat” is located on the central West Bank south of Jerusalem. 1350-1330 BC is the time frame as to when this city was first mentioned of. Bethlehem is referred to in the Hebrew bible as the city of David. This is where King David was born, raised then later crowned the King of Israel. Bethlehem is mainly known for being the city where Jesus Christ was born. Bethlehem was conquered and seized several times over the years by close territories which included the Roman Empire and Egypt, to be then rebuilt. Several years ago Bethlehem was known to be an overpowering Christian Community however recently had developed into mainly a Muslim community. Even though Bethlehem is mainly a Muslin community they still consist of the largest Palestinian Christian Communities. The Church of the Nativity is located in Bethlehem which attracts several tourists today which is still open to the public and is also one of the oldest churches in the world. Page 2 of 4
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BIBL 104 Duvall & Hays : ch. 14 Hindson: chs. 12–13 Hindson & Towns: chs. 19–24 Page 4 of 4
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