VERBI DEI MYSTERIUM MEANS THE MYSTERY OF THE WORD OF GOD

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VERBI DEI MYSTERIUM means the Mystery of the Word of GOD!


This is a Latin expression which means "[the] Mystery of [the] Word of God," which expression, as we will hopefully come to appreciate, suggests that the Verbum Dei, (i.e., the Word of God, i.e., the BIBLE,) contains an inherent "secret" or "mystery" which is NOT commonly known. In fact, the Verbum Dei speaks of this "mystery" [Greek, musthrion] frequently, [This word [musthrion] occurs 25 times in the Greek text of the N.T.] yet its truly remarkable implications remain, for all practical purposes, unknown to Bible readers at large...

Since mankind has also been plagued with misery "since time immemorial," it appears that both the "Mystery" and the "Misery" have arisen together from a common point in mankind's obscure and ancient past! Therefore, it would seem that an examination of the temporal connection between these two phenomena (the Mystery of the Good News, and the Misery which conceals it so effectively) might be very revealing - especially in light of the fact that, throughout mankind's history, the 'the god of this world,' has been feverishly intent on hiding the former and propagating the latter!

 

 

 

 

 

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