From The Bible

From the Bible
I am fond of these verses: they are: ‘My Yoke is wholesome and my burden light. A bruised reed he will not break: a smoldering wick he will not quench. I will cause you to rest’.

Idioms from the Bible

Daughter of Herodias
King Herod committed adultery with Herodias his brother’s wife and John the Baptist condemned it. Herodias daughter danced before the king and got him drunk and he in drunken stupor said whatever she wants will be granted. She asked for the head of John the Baptist to be beheaded. Herodias daughter as an idiom means a wicked, treacherous and immoral woman, woman with no principles. There are many Herodias daughters in today’s society.

Lord of the Sabbath

When Jesus the Rabbi was questioned by the Pharisees on why he was not observing the Sabbath: he replied to them: I am the Lord of the Sabbath. Lord of the Sabbath as an idiom means sovereignty of the LORD. Yes, Jesus is the Lord of the Sabbath.

Five Loaves and Two Fish
Jesus fed 5000 with 5 loaves and 2 fish. As an idiom 5 loaves and 2 fish is a blessing of prosperity gin by God. Oh God Jehovah Jesus: Let me days be filled with 5 loaves and two fish.

Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit
Jesus said: all sins will be forgiven except blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is a despicable and condemnable act.

David eating bread from the Temple
When Jesus was questioned by the Sadducees why he was not observing the Sabbath, he said, even king David ate the offering (bread) kept for priests from the Temple. David Eating from the Temple as an idiom means being sagacious. We should be David Eating from the Temple.

Nineveh
The people of Nineveh were wicked but when Jonah preached to them: they repented. As an idiom Nineveh means repentance. My relationship with Christ is one of Nineveh.

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Two Loaves and Five Fish

We all know in that in the New Testament Jesus performed a miracle by feeding 5 thousand with two loaves and five fish. Two loaves and five fish is an idiom showing scarcity to abundance. Oh Lord let my days be two loaves and five fish.

Five Loaves and Two Fish

We all know the miracle Jesus did when with 5 loaves of bread and two fish he fed the multitude of five thousand. As an idiom it means moving from the scarcity of poverty to the affluence of plenty.

Example: All people desire 5 loaves of Bread and Two pieces of fish.

If an economy can flourish with 5 loaves of Bread and two pieces of fish, that will be celestially wonderful.