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  1. Hello Doctor Brown and team

    Just a big thank you for this week’s shows, which I am downloading for hours of wholesome listening pleasure. You all deserve a thousand thanks for providing us with uplifting, educational and challenging listening.

    My husband is looking for work, and that means he’s on the computer a fair bit, so I have a big old backlog of shows to download. I can’t wait to think about these fascinating topics!!

    God bless you this weekend.

  2. There was something about Melchizedek 0n this program, and I was wondering, how his having no mother or father relates to Jesus.

    The Lord’s geneology is given in Matthew as well as his mother’s name.

    However, if Melchizedec was the Lord who met Abram in Gen 14, then naturally he would have been without mother or father, as we speak of men having mothers and fathers, for he would have had no earthly parent.

    And another thing, Gen 14 speaks of him as being the priest of the most high God, (KJV) not “a” priest, but “the” priest of the most high God.

    Now, I’ve read and heard of Jesus telling a man to go show himself to the priest, (Mat 8:4) but this speaking of Melchizedek as “the” priest of the most high, sounds different to my ears.

    And wasn’t the Son of God the king of righteousness and peace at the time this Melchizedek met Abram?

  3. Ray,

    Are you worried that Melchizedek was also a divine birth, like Jesus?

    Clearly, Melchizedek is one of the more vexing figures in the bible.

    But, as Christians, we clearly believe that Jesus was unique in his birth.

  4. Greg,

    Rather than being worried or vexed in spirit about Melchizedec, I am blessed to consider if it really was the one we know as Jesus who came to Abraham with bread and wine.

    I feel no need to say for certain that it was. I only am blessed in considering the possibility.

    The Bible does speak of people who entertained angles unaware of who they were. I now find it interesting that it appears in Heb. (Heb 13:2)

    The Bible does tell us to consider how great Melchizedek was. Jesus is also great isn’t he?
    They have much in common don’t they?

    I still consider the possibility, something I find no need to give up.

  5. One more thing, I do not consider that Melchizedec had a divine birth because if he did (prior to the time he spoke with Abraham) he would have had a father wouldn’t he? But this Melchizedec was without mother or father. (Heb 7:3)

  6. I suppose now that I should have said “mother” instead of “father” in the above post. There’s a lot to consider here.

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