Celebratory shouts of "hallelujah" and "glory" immediately erupted from congregants, many of whom stood to their feet in applause while others, apparently overwhelmed by the announcement, wiped tears from their eyes and embraced one another. When a particular area of your life is so fought, then there must be some importance for it to receive so much attention. God's got to get glory."Regarding details of the reconciliation efforts, Carpenter shared, "She has for long been willing. Bishop Jakes stepped in and we're going to be going together to a place of which I can't tell you, cause I'm like Abraham, I don't know where it is. All I can tell you is I want God to have His miracle.
Seeming a bit overcome with emotion himself, the Pentecostal pastor added, "I had a very dramatic experience a few weeks ago with God that turned my heart. I cannot let him win."Carpenter added, "I'm old school. I have to believe that we are more powerful together than we are separately. We need your prayer, because I thought and she thought about y'all, that if you look at us and see us not willing to fight, what message does that send to you?
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In this sense does the Bull "Ineffabilis" ascribe the victory to Our Blessed Lady.
The reading "she" () is neither an intentional corruption of the original text, nor is it an accidental error; it is rather an explanatory version expressing explicitly the fact of Our Lady's part in the victory over the serpent, which is contained implicitly in the Hebrew original.
Finally the expression "the woman" in the clause "I will put enmities between thee and the woman" is a literal version of the Hebrew text.
The Hebrew Grammar of Gesenius-Kautzsch  establishes the rule: Peculiar to the Hebrew is the use of the article in order to indicate a person or thing, not yet known and not yet to be more clearly described, either as present or as to be taken into account under the contextual conditions.
When his troubles were revealed last October, Bishop Jakes, founding and senior pastor of The Potter's House in Dallas, Texas, was among several Christian ministers who offered words of support and prayer to Carpenter. 5, 2013, at Redemption World Outreach Center in Greenville, S. Hope Hilley Carpenter is an apostle along with her husband in the International Pentecostal Holiness Church, which claims more than 2 million members worldwide.
She led Redemption World Outreach Center's Women of Hope Ministry and the annual Women of Hope conference, which took place last year from Sept.
The completeness of the victory is emphasized by the contextual phrase "earth shall thou eat", which is according to Winckler  a common old-oriental expression denoting the deepest humiliation .
The second prophecy referring to Mary is found in Isaias 7:1-17.
The first prophecy referring to Mary is found in the very opening chapters of the Book of Genesis (): "I will put enmities between thee and the woman, and thy seed and her seed; she shall crush thy head, and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel." This rendering appears to differ in two respects from the original Hebrew text: (1) First, the Hebrew text employs the same verb for the two renderings "she shall crush" and "thou shalt lie in wait"; the Septuagint renders the verb both times by employed in the Septuagint by the Latin "servare", to guard; St.