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What Does The Bible Say About Vaccinations?
Apr 8, 2021 12:42:13   #
bahmer
 
In recent weeks, reports of several highly successful vaccines have given many people hope that the global COVID-19 pandemic is finally beginning to draw to a close. A vaccine prevents the body from getting sick by stimulating the immune system to produce antibodies. But what about the soul? If only there was a vaccine against spiritual illness. What does the Bible say about this?

The Origins of the Word
As vaccinations against COVID-19 pick up speed around the globe, let’s look at the word “vaccine.” In English, the word “vaccine” comes from the Latin vacca meaning “cow” because 19th century scientists first discovered that a virus called “cow pox” could effectively immunize someone against smallpox. This is interesting but not spiritually uplifting. The Bible does not mention vaccines because they are a very modern phenomenon… or are they? 

The Lord Makes Us Strong
In Hebrew, the word used today for vaccine is chisun חיסון which comes from the Hebrew root HSN חסן meaning “strong.” The Book of Psalms says, “O Lord of hosts, who is as mighty (chasin) as you O Lord?” (Ps. 89:8). Because vaccines strengthen your immune system, it makes perfect sense that the Hebrew word for vaccine literally means “fortifier.” This is pretty straightforward, but wait, there’s more!

Discover a Wealth of Assurances
In the Hebrew Bible, the same word can mean “treasure” or “storehouse”. The prophet Isaiah assures us that God is our “rich store (chosen) of salvation and wisdom and knowledge” (Isa. 33:6). Only when you can read the Hebrew Bible in the original, can you really appreciate that the true vaccine for our soul is our faith in God – enroll in our live online Biblical Hebrew course today. 

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Apr 8, 2021 14:11:51   #
Peewee Loc: San Antonio, TX
 
bahmer wrote:
In recent weeks, reports of several highly successful vaccines have given many people hope that the global COVID-19 pandemic is finally beginning to draw to a close. A vaccine prevents the body from getting sick by stimulating the immune system to produce antibodies. But what about the soul? If only there was a vaccine against spiritual illness. What does the Bible say about this?

The Origins of the Word
As vaccinations against COVID-19 pick up speed around the globe, let’s look at the word “vaccine.” In English, the word “vaccine” comes from the Latin vacca meaning “cow” because 19th century scientists first discovered that a virus called “cow pox” could effectively immunize someone against smallpox. This is interesting but not spiritually uplifting. The Bible does not mention vaccines because they are a very modern phenomenon… or are they? 

The Lord Makes Us Strong
In Hebrew, the word used today for vaccine is chisun חיסון which comes from the Hebrew root HSN חסן meaning “strong.” The Book of Psalms says, “O Lord of hosts, who is as mighty (chasin) as you O Lord?” (Ps. 89:8). Because vaccines strengthen your immune system, it makes perfect sense that the Hebrew word for vaccine literally means “fortifier.” This is pretty straightforward, but wait, there’s more!

Discover a Wealth of Assurances
In the Hebrew Bible, the same word can mean “treasure” or “storehouse”. The prophet Isaiah assures us that God is our “rich store (chosen) of salvation and wisdom and knowledge” (Isa. 33:6). Only when you can read the Hebrew Bible in the original, can you really appreciate that the true vaccine for our soul is our faith in God – enroll in our live online Biblical Hebrew course today. 
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The Hebrew language may be why all nations today flock to Israel for their inventions and why they are so smart. They have an inside track to understanding things from God. Pretty sure when our languages were confused at Babel, the future Jews were blessed with a little extra, since they would become God's chosen people and produce the Messiah. All nations already go to Israel for their high and low tech inventions. From dip irrigation and cherry tomatoes to computers and quantum engineering. The hidden and now being discovered Bible Codes blows my mind. That alone proves God dictated the Bible to scribes. No mere human could have done it. Especially, over generations.

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Apr 8, 2021 14:36:42   #
bahmer
 
Peewee wrote:
The Hebrew language may be why all nations today flock to Israel for their inventions and why they are so smart. They have an inside track to understanding things from God. Pretty sure when our languages were confused at Babel, the future Jews were blessed with a little extra, since they would become God's chosen people and produce the Messiah. All nations already go to Israel for their high and low tech inventions. From dip irrigation and cherry tomatoes to computers and quantum engineering. The hidden and now being discovered Bible Codes blows my mind. That alone proves God dictated the Bible to scribes. No mere human could have done it. Especially, over generations.
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Amen and Amen I am with you on that one Peewee.

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Apr 9, 2021 09:24:51   #
TexaCan Loc: Heart in W Texas - feet on the beach in Al.
 
bahmer wrote:
In recent weeks, reports of several highly successful vaccines have given many people hope that the global COVID-19 pandemic is finally beginning to draw to a close. A vaccine prevents the body from getting sick by stimulating the immune system to produce antibodies. But what about the soul? If only there was a vaccine against spiritual illness. What does the Bible say about this?

The Origins of the Word
As vaccinations against COVID-19 pick up speed around the globe, let’s look at the word “vaccine.” In English, the word “vaccine” comes from the Latin vacca meaning “cow” because 19th century scientists first discovered that a virus called “cow pox” could effectively immunize someone against smallpox. This is interesting but not spiritually uplifting. The Bible does not mention vaccines because they are a very modern phenomenon… or are they? 

The Lord Makes Us Strong
In Hebrew, the word used today for vaccine is chisun חיסון which comes from the Hebrew root HSN חסן meaning “strong.” The Book of Psalms says, “O Lord of hosts, who is as mighty (chasin) as you O Lord?” (Ps. 89:8). Because vaccines strengthen your immune system, it makes perfect sense that the Hebrew word for vaccine literally means “fortifier.” This is pretty straightforward, but wait, there’s more!

Discover a Wealth of Assurances
In the Hebrew Bible, the same word can mean “treasure” or “storehouse”. The prophet Isaiah assures us that God is our “rich store (chosen) of salvation and wisdom and knowledge” (Isa. 33:6). Only when you can read the Hebrew Bible in the original, can you really appreciate that the true vaccine for our soul is our faith in God – enroll in our live online Biblical Hebrew course today. 
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And may we all get “vaccinated” in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior! 👍

Thanks for another lesson! 🙏🏻

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