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Ezra 以斯拉

图片说明: Ezra reading Book of Law
图片版权: V. Gilbert and Arlisle F. Beers

圣经经文

以斯拉记7:1

意思

以斯拉源自希伯来文,意思为“帮助、救助”。在旧约圣经里,以斯拉先知也被称为文士、牧师、教授上帝律法的教师。他埋首研讀耶和华的律法,并在以色列教导上帝的旨意与律法。以斯拉写成了《以斯拉记》,他的故事也出现在旧约圣经的《尼希米记》。 It is of Hebrew origin which carries the meaning of “help” or “aid”. In the Old Testament, Ezra was a prophet and also called a scribe, a priest and a teacher of the Law of God. He devoted himself to the study and observance of the Law of the Lord and to teaching its decrees and laws in Israel.

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aid    Ezra    help    law    teach   

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