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A Savior is Born: Christ the Lord

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3 comments

  1. Very nice. I did try to find Avi-‘Ad but had a hard time pinning down the exact meaning. Which word in Hebrew were you referring to for this? Thanks!

    • Thank you…
      Avi-’ad (Hebrew—meaning: “Everlasting Father,” “Eternal Father”—Isaiah 9:6)

      • Thanks, I was getting names for little boys in Hebrew and none of them were what I thought might go with the theme of the picture and other names 😀 I like learning new Hebrew and Greek words whether they be names or words with more meaning than what we translate into English!

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