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  1. Gak Reply
    “Return, O faithless sons; I will heal your faithlessness.” “Behold, we come to you, for you are the LORD our God.
  2. Daikora Reply
    The Lord will strike Egypt, striking but healing; so they will return to the Lord, and He will respond to them and will heal them. Jeremiah Verse Concepts. wholeness Faith And Healing Recovery Health And Healing Abundant Peace Cures. “Return, O faithless sons.
  3. Kagalabar Reply
    (17) O faithless and perverse generation. —The words were obviously addressed both to the scribes and the disciples. Both had shown their want of the faith which utters itself in prayer to the Father; both were alike “perverse,” in finding in the misery brought before them only an occasion of wrangling and debate.
  4. Kigajinn Reply
    Faithless_ Chapter Summary: Some father/son bonding. Chapter Text. was simply referring to the fact that she is eternally disappointed in me for pursuing a career in politics instead of healing and is wont to remind me of that fact every chance she gets.".
  5. Gazuru Reply
    Apr 22,  · In many cases it was used to imply spiritual healing (e.g.: Jeremiah — “Return, O faithless ones, I will heal (rapah) your faithlessness”, and Psalm — “He sent His Word and healed them, and delivered them from their destructions”).
  6. Kagami Reply
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  8. Fem Reply
    But the miraculous healing itself takes second place. Jesus’ exorcism is described with minimal detail in a single verse (v. 18). All the emphasis falls on the disciples’ inability to heal the boy, on their lack of power, and what this reveals about their spiritual condition. Faithless people.
  9. Zolotaur Reply
    Faithless definition, not adhering to allegiance, promises, vows, or duty: the faithless behavior of Benedict Arnold. See more.