Jedidiah


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Jedidiah

(jĕdĭdī`ə) [Heb.,=beloved of God], in the Bible, auspicious name that Nathan bestowed on the baby Solomon.
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The ABS would acquire their own set of pocket Bible plates later that year for twenty-four hundred dollars (but not from Jedidiah Howe).
Jedidiah Brown is a pastor here in Chicago, and he's been an active Black Lives Matter activist, and he's been on the front lines doing all this work.
Jedidiah Liu, founder and CEO at Cacoeli, wanted software that was mobile, included detailed reporting and offered a resident portal to improve renter communications and services.
The 21st season has just kicked off and Whoopi is joined on the panel by Sara Haines, Jedidiah Bila, Paula Faris, Sunny Hostin.
Joseph Robert Gutierrez, 26, and Jedidiah Brooks Donley, 35, each pleaded guilty to a charge of first-degree manslaughter in separate back-to-back hearings Wednesday in front of Lane County Circuit Judge Karsten Rasmussen.
At the well-maintained Old Bennington Cemetery I view gravestones with both unlikely and famous names such as Robert Frost (Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who lived in Shaftsbury, where he penned "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"), Reverend Jedidiah Dewey (the first Protestant minister in the first Vermont town), and Jonas Fay (author of the Declaration of Independence of the State of Vermont), along with various governors and Revolutionary War soldiers, some of whom were buried in a mass grave.
Activist Jedidiah Brown says Superintendent Eddie Johnson's announcement Thursday shows he's serious about reforms.
Perhaps most striking was Jay's telling the minister Jedidiah Morse, "Whether our Religion permits Christians to vote for Infidel Rulers is a question which merits more consideration than it seems as yet to have generally received either from the clergy or the Laity...." (33) Infidels would be those who intentionally and maliciously undermined the Christian faith.
* Evans, Jedidiah. "Thomas Wolfe, Transnationalism, and the (Really) Deep South." 7-24.
Jedidiah Morse believed that in the 1790s there were about 47,241 Indians east of the Mississippi.
Josh, 26, twins Jana and John-David, 24, Jill, 22, Jessa, 21, Jinger, 20, Joseph, 19, Josiah, 17, Joy-Anna, 16, twins Jedidiah and Jeremiah, 15, Jason, 13, James, 12, Justin, 11, Jackson, nine, Johannah, eight, Jennifer, six, Jordyn-Grace, five, and Josie, four.