The phrase "what hath God wrought?" became the first words that inventor Samuel F.B. Morse transmitted at the inauguration of the Washington-to-Baltimore telegraph line on May 24, 1844. According to the History Channel, ... More »

In the King James Version, Psalm 111:10 reads, "The fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom; a good understanding have all they that do his commandments: his praise endureth forever." This quotation emphasizes the bi... More »

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The telegram was invented by Samuel Morse and is used to refer to the message received using a telegraph. The code used on a telegraph machine to send a telegram is called Morse code, named after the inventor. More »

The phrase "Grace of God" is most often interpreted to mean God's unmerited favor, particularly in the New Testament. By the grace of God, humans are given the gift of salvation, not through any action on their own part. More »

The Bible describes God as the all powerful, majestic, sovereign creator of the universe. Genesis 1:1-31 describes the creation process while Colossians 1:16 summarizes it by mentioning that all things including heaven a... More »

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The biblical names of God include Elohim, Adonai, Jehovah Jireh and Jehovah Rohi. Each name has a particular meaning derived from the Bible, either in attribution to God by his followers, or used by God in reference to h... More »

The phrase "Kingdom of God" can refer to the kingdom of heaven where Christians believe the righteous go after death. It may also refer to the establishment of the values of the kingdom of heaven on earth. The phrase app... More »

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