Olha pra dentro. Pode se distrair com o de fora, não tem problema não. Mas não se perde, não. Olha pra dentro. Eu sei que o de fora é atrativo, tá tudo bem. Mas não se aliena. Olha pra dentro. Porque é dentro. Sempre vai ser. #flaviamelissa#wake#awakemysoul#bepositive
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Do your own research. Look it up. #readabook gain some self worth and #wake tf up! The lies we have ALL been told are too far to comprehend. But it's the truth and if you dont believe me. Research for yourself.🤔 William Shakespeare was called upon to add his artistic touch to the English translation of the Bible done at the reign of King James, which was finished in 1611. Now as proof for this idea, proponents point to Psalm 46, and allege that Shakespeare slipped his name into the text.
Here is how the story goes. Since Shakespeare was born in the year 1564, then he would have been 46 years old during 1610 when the finishing touches were being put on the KJV. In the King James Version, if you count down 46 words from the top (not counting the title) you read the word “shake,” then, if you omit the word “selah” and count 46 words from the bottom you find the word “spear.” Voilà! Shakespeare tinkered with the text and subtly added his mark in the very tool used that we called sacred and the good book..the Bible. How else could one account for all of these 46s to work out so well? To top it all off, William Shakespeare is an anagram of “Here was I, like a psalm.
Needless to say, you can make numbers do anything you want them to do if you conveniently omit anything that you do not want to count. Especially when Shakespeare used the Geneva Bible of 1560.
Too much to talk about I'll stop here🤔