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  • The most popular given names vary nationally, regionally, and culturally. Lists of widely used given names can consist of those most often bestowed upon infants born within the last year, thus reflecting the current naming trends, or else be composed of the personal names occurring most within
  • The Jewish scriptures, consisting of the Torah or Law, the Prophets, and the Hagiographa or Writings
  • The Christian scriptures, consisting of the 66 books of the Old and New Testaments
  • the sacred writings of the Christian religions; "he went to carry the Word to the heathen"
  • a book regarded as authoritative in its field
  • A copy of the Christian or Jewish scriptures
  • (biblical) of or pertaining to or contained in or in accordance with the Bible; "biblical names"; "biblical Hebrew"
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Bible Baby Names: Spiritual Choices from Judeo-Christian Tradition
Bible Baby Names: Spiritual Choices from Judeo-Christian Tradition
A complete resource for parents-to-be searching for a perfect name for their baby. The Bible provides some of today s most popular names. But, as Bible Baby Names shows, there are many names beyond Adam and Eve! The book offers nearly 1,000 boys and girls names from the Hebrew Bible and the Christian Bible, each with a:
Translation from the original language
Citation of where the name appears in the Bible
Description of its meaning
For all who want their child s name to be special, spiritual, and full of meaning, Bible Baby Names offers a treasure-trove of choices. A great shower gift!
A Son!
Beautiful, pleasant, gentle. (Hebrew) An Israelite leader whose sons return from the exile in Babylonia. (Ezra 2:15)
Who honors God. (Greek) A disciple and companion of Paul. (I and II Timothy)

A Daughter! Atara
Crown. (Hebrew) One of the wives of Jerahmeel, mother of Onam. (1 Chronicles 2:26)
From the Aramaic meaning mistress or sorrowful. Jesus visited Martha in her home. (Luke 10:38-42)

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Saint Zeno of Verona, patron saint of fishermen and anglers, Verona, newborn babies
Saint Zeno of Verona, patron saint of fishermen and anglers, Verona, newborn babies
According to a Veronese author named Coronato, a notary of the 7th century, Zeno was a native of North Africa, from Mauretania.He taught the children of africa about the Catholic religion and he also helped them with there school work. The children could rely on somone who could help them. Another theory is that Zeno was a follower of Athanasius, patriarch of Alexandria, who accompanied his master when the latter visited Verona in 340. The style of the 90 or so Sermons attributed to Zeno has also been considered evidence of his African origins due to its literary style, since Christian African writers of the time frequently used neologisms and wordplay. Many of the Sermons concern Old Testament exegesis and “have a definite anti-Semitic element in them”. Staying in the city, Zeno entered the monastic life, living as a monk until around 362, when he was elected successor to the See of Verona after the death of Bishop Gricinus (Cricinus, Cricino). Zeno had “received a good classical education”, and as bishop baptized many people, won converts back from Arianism, lived a life of poverty, trained priests to work in the diocese, set up a convent for women, reformed how the Agape feast was celebrated, and forbade funeral masses being accompanied by attendees' loud groans and wailing. Zeno’s other reforms included instructions concerning adult baptism (which occurred by complete immersion) and issuing medals to people newly baptized to the Catholic faith. Zeno's episcopate lasted for about ten years, and the date of his death is sometimes given as April 12, 371. Zeno is the patron saint of fishermen and anglers, the city of Verona, newborn babies as well as children learning to speak and walk. Some 30 churches or chapels have been dedicated to him, including Pistoia Cathedral. The bronze doorways of the Basilica in Verona depict, besides stories from the Bible, the miracles of Saint Zeno. These depictions were drawn from stories, including those recorded by the notary Coronato. According to legend he was stolen at birth and briefly replaced by a demonic changeling. One story relates that Saint Zeno, one day fishing on the banks of the Adige, which he did in order to feed himself (rather than as recreation), saw a peasant crossing the river in a horse and cart. The horses began to get strangely skittish. Zeno, believing this to be the work of the devil, made the sign of the cross, and the horses calmed down. Zeno was often said to combat the devil, and is sometimes depicted treading on a demon. Another story relates that he exorcised a demon from the body of the daughter of the Emperor Gallienus (though Zeno probably did not live during the reign of Gallienus). The story relates that the grateful Gallienus allowed Zeno and other Christians freedom of worship in the empire. Saint Gregory the Great, at the end of the 6th century, relates a miracle associated with the divine intercession of Zeno.[1] In 588, the Adige flooded its banks, inundating Verona. The floodwater reached the church dedicated to Saint Zeno, but miraculously did not enter it, even though the door was wide open. The church was donated to Theodelinda, an alleged eyewitness to the miracle and wife of king Authari. Zeno is most often represented with fishing-related items such as a fish, fishing rod, or as a bishop holding a fishing rod, or with a fish hanging from his crozier. "Local tradition says the bishop was fond of fishing in the nearby river Adige," writes Alban Butler, "but it is more likely that originally it was a symbol of his success in bringing people to baptism."
Wax sculpture that I made, one in a series of prototypes for a larger sculpture. Modelled by hand and dipped in melted wax for a final coat. See this in large, my fingerprint pattern can be seen. This poem was written to help me heal from a miscarriage: THE TINY ONE DIED BEFORE BIRTH By Kathie Luther Vistas of glorious light Shone down from a window in heaven. The light touched the brow of a mother Who had just miscarried at seven. The baby hadn't been born yet The tiny one died before birth. The dear little soul went to Heaven He never lived on this Earth. He's closer to being an angel Than we who fight sin and shame. Dear mother, the light is a message The Book of Life has his name. So, mother, don't worry or wonder Your dear one is safe in His arms. For Jesus loves little children And they are drawn to His charms. Job 33:4 The Spirit of God hath made me, and the breath of the Almighty hath given me life.

baby names from bible
baby names from bible
The Jesus Storybook Bible: Every Story Whispers His Name
The Moonbeam Award Gold Medal Winner in the religion category, The Jesus Storybook Bible tells the Story beneath all the stories in the Bible. At the center of the Story is a baby, the child upon whom everything will depend. Every story whispers his name. From Noah to Moses to the great King David---every story points to him. He is like the missing piece in a puzzle---the piece that makes all the other pieces fit together. From the Old Testament through the New Testament, as the Story unfolds, children will pick up the clues and piece together the puzzle. A Bible like no other, The Jesus Storybook Bible invites children to join in the greatest of all adventures, to discover for themselves that Jesus is at the center of God's great story of salvation---and at the center of their Story too.

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