Hannah and Je together

Wednesday, 8 July 2015

Giant Adam

Couple weeks ago, I met a guy who said Adam was giant, probably over 20 feet.  I was curious why he was saying that because he said he has biblical evidence.

The Bible he showed me was Genesis 2:15, and it was like: “The Lord God placed the man in the Garden of Eden to tend and watch over it.”  He said that to watch something over it, you must be taller than those things.  And Garden of Eden was full of trees, so Adam must be at least over 20 feet tall.

I was just like frozen, not knowing how to respond at first.  That part “watch over” in Hebrew Bible or Bible in original language is לעבדה whose meaning is “to serve it.”

Wow.  That is one good example what happens when you do not know the original language and try to interprete something too hard.  I do know that original language does NOT guarantee you the correct interpretation, but it may reduce the absurd mistakes.

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Thursday, 18 December 2014

Is Haman the first trans-gender in history?

Haman is the villain in the Esther story of the Bible.  There are many things to talk about him, but let me focus on one thing.  Is Haman the first trans-gender in history?

I learned biblical Hebrew in the first year of the seminary.  I am not fluent, but I can slowly read the Hebrew Bible.  One day I read Esther 3:11 in the Hebrew Bible (paper book).  The English translation is “And the king said unto Haman, The silver is given to thee, the people also, to do with them as it seemeth good to thee (KJV).”  And the Hebrew Bible says,

וַיֹּ֤אמֶר הַמֶּ֙לֶךְ֙ לְהָמָ֔ן הַכֶּ֖סֶף נָת֣וּן לָ֑ךְ וְהָעָ֕ם לַעֲשֹׂ֥ות בֹּ֖ו כַּטֹּ֥וב בְּעֵינֶֽיךָ׃

The fifth word from the right (Hebrew is written and read from the right to left) is “to you” (or thee in KJV) but the form is 2nd person, feminine, singular.  The king is talking to Haman and he referred Haman as female.  I was confused and did not know what is going on there.

Then I kept reading.  The last word (which is the first word from the left) is literally “in your eyes.”  KJV does not say ‘eye’ but it would be “in thy eyes” in KJV style.  In this word, it is 2nd person, masculine, singular.

I was quite confused seriously.  So I looked up the BibleWorks, the Bible software, in the school library.  The software also confirmed that I am right.  Feminine first time, and masculine for the second time.

I talked to Brooks, who learned Hebrew last year together, and who is Hebrew EA (professor’s assistant) with me.  He and I discussed a lot and concluded that the Haman is trans-gender, probably the first one in written history.  The king refers Haman from female to male, and maybe Haman was originally a woman and became a guy.

And we went to Paula, the Hebrew professor, and as soon as she saw  the sentence, she confirmed that it is pausal form.  In “to you” section, there is pause mark, and it changed the vowel from “leka” to “laku” which made the masculine look identical to feminine.

So Haman is not a trans-gender.

Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Second Holy Land Trip – Twenty Seventh Day – Bus to Cairo

Today was very long day, spent most time in Buses.  I got up at five and checked out the Hostel in Eilat.  They packed me breakfast, which I ate for breakfast and also for lunch due to the huge amount of food.

Taba Egyptian Border

Taba Egyptian Border

Because the bus to the border runs from 8am, I had to get a cab.  Israeli exit border was OK, and everybody was in line, everything was in order.  I just paid big money for border passenger fee.  But as soon as I crossed over to the Egyptian border, it was total chaos.  There was no line at all, people were yelling and screaming.  Even the officers yelling at the people.  Sometimes people argued with loud yelling voice with the officers.  There was no line at all.  I have no other words but ‘total chaos.’  I spent about fifteen minutes at Israeli side, but I spent more than two hours in Egyptian side.  But I finally got the Sinai permit, with which I can stay only in Sinai peninsula.

Sherut to Sharm

Sherut to Sharm

Because I need to get the Egyptian Visa, I had to go to Sharm International Airport.  But anyway there was no direct bus to Cairo even though I had the visa.  The Egyptian Consulate General in Eilat opens at 9:30am, then I waste a day.  But if I get the visa at Sharm International Airport, I just waste couple of hours.  Thanks to the chaos in Egyptian border, I spent more than two hours and the bus to Sharm already gone.  The next bus is at 11am.  And I got a Sherut to Sharm, which turned out to be better eventually.

Mountain Area on the way to Sharm near Red Sea

Mountain Area on the way to Sharm near Red Sea

The sherut driver drove as if there is no centre line.  I did not see the Mount Sinai but passed around that.  When I saw the mighty mountains, I thought it is not strange even if a guy tells me that God came upon any of those mountains.

Sharm International Airport

Sharm International Airport

I went to the Sharm International Airport, but the immigration officer refused to give me the visa, but said that I have to apply through any Egyptian Travel agency.  The Sherut driver helped me to get the visa by introducing me a travel agent.  And he waited for me and gave me ride to the bus station for $10.  The other taxi drivers called $25.  While we were waiting for the agent, he said that Jewish Torah and Christian Bible were hand written, but Coran literally fell from the heaven.  And he said “Fucking Hamas,” which is the expression that I heard the most from the Egyptians today.

One thing I notice is that Russian sign everywhere.  And the Sherut driver confirmed me that Russians are the most tourists in Egypt.

Business Class Bus to Cairo

Business Class Bus to Cairo

I rode the Go Bus to Cairo.  When I bought the ticket at the booth, the guy asked me if I want Business class or economic class.  The price was almost double, but I was curious about the business class of the bus, so I paid 160 Egyptian Pound (L.E).  Well, the bus has its own flight attendant, I would say the crew.  And it has large legroom, and it also provides meal, not to mention bottomless coffee or tea.

Egyptian Checkpoint

Egyptian Checkpoint

McCormick Group experienced the Israeli Checkpoints and we complained a lot.  I have to say, that was nothing.  Actually, there was no checkpoint inside Israeli territory or West Bank.  The checkpoints are on the border of them.  We experienced the checkpoint when we went into West Bank and came back to Israel.  But in Egypt, there were dozens of checkpoints, probably every twenty minutes.  It was the same from Taba to Sharm, and from Sharm to Cairo.  And even the Egyptians have tanks and armoured military vehicles at the checkpoints.  Some places, they placed machine guns on top of the hills.

Nothing to See on the way to Cairo

Nothing to See on the way to Cairo

The scene on the way to Cairo was mostly boring.  That was just nothing but dry sands.  This experience is good for just once.

The bus finally arrived at Cairo.  And a taxi driver approached me, so I asked how much it would be to Le Meridien Hotel in Giza Pyramids Cairo.  He said 100 L.E, so I got on.  Then I found that it is not a taxi.  The car does not have windshield wipers, engine was knocking.  He turned the music as loud as it hurts my ears.  And all the cars in Cairo ignore the lanes, and drive crazy dizzy.  Right after he began to drive, he said I have to pay 150 L.E – 100 for going and 50 for him to come back to the bus station.  A month ago, I would pay just saying, “Oh really?”  But now, I am trained by the Palestinians:

Je: No, you said 100.
He: OK, then 125.
Je: No, you didn’t say anything about that. You said 100. Don’t LIE.
He: OK, 100.

And when we arrived at the hotel, he said I must tip him 50 because 100 is for the car, and 50 is for him.  And I repeated the above conversation.

Le Meridien Hotel, Giza Pyramids Cairo

Le Meridien Hotel, Giza Pyramids Cairo

Le Meridien Hotel is nice hotel, but I am not happy with it for couple of reasons.  First, they advertise Free Wi-Fi, but I have to pay for the Wi-Fi if I want to use in the room.  It is only free at the lobby.  Second, Hotels in Israel, the online price includes everything, but this hotel includes nothing.  For example, Gloria Hotel says $110.  Then I pay $110.  Eilat Hostel says $30.  Then I actually pay $30.  But here, they say online $78.60 but when I pay, they charge me $99.  Third, it is too far from downtown Cairo.  I didn’t know it is this far.

Well, today, I trod the African soil for the first time.

Thursday, 23 January 2014

Israel Trip Fourteenth Day: Zippori, Mar Elias School, and Nazareth Village

Today, we first went to Zippori or Sepphoris. I have no idea where I can find this in the Bible.

Water Reservoir

Water Reservoir

This is the water reservoir little bit far from the city. It is very deep and big. It can contain more than one million gallons of water.

Roman Paved Road

Roman Paved Road in Zippori

This is Roman paved road, and still well-preserved. According to Roman recording, there was not even enough space to put needle between the stones. And the road is always two wagon width for the marching of the legions and slightly arch shape so that it can drain water to both sides. Roman architect used to say that the stone is their friend and the water is their enemy.

Not only the road, but also there were so beautiful mosaics along the road side.

Nile House Floor Mosaic

Nile House Floor Mosaic

We went into Nile House which is one of the public buildings. It contains so many beautiful floor mosaics.

Zippori Theatre

Zippori Theatre

This is a theatre. I wonder if the show was free and open to public or they charged in some way.

Toilet in private Mansion

Toilet in private Mansion

And we went into an ancient mansion. The picture above is private toilet. And the Greek writing is “to health.” Talmud has a Q&A: “How do you know some is rich?” “If he has a privy near the dining place, he is rich.” So the owner of the mansion must have been so rich having this flushing toilet near his living room where I saw the “Mona Lisa of Galilee.”

Zodiac in the Centre of Zippori Synagogue

Zodiac in the Centre of Zippori Synagogue

Then we went to a synagogue. It was also very beautiful. But the zodiac mosaic in the CENTRE of the synagogue shocked me. All other floor mosaics are related to Torah and/or Judaism, but why the ancient Jewish people put the pagan zodiac in the centre of the synagogue?

The city of Zippori is so well-preserved because it was destructed by earth quake and never rebuilt. And the city of Pompey was also so well-preserved because of the volcano. Same is Qumran. They were threatened, so they put the scriptures into jars and kept them in the caves. The community itself was completely destroyed. It may not proper to say in this way, but their disaster and catastrophe is our blessing. Because of their disaster, many things were able to be preserved, and now we can study them.

Director and Teacher of the Mar Elias School

Director and Teacher of the Mar Elias School

Then we went to Mar Elias school. The Christian school in small town of Ibillin near Nazareth. It provides education to any students including Palestinians, Arabs, and so on. They used to have Jewish students too, but none now. One of the building was funded solely by the ex-president Bill Clinton.

Kids in the class

Kids in the class

After we heard from the director and teacher, we went into a classroom. It was Hebrew class taught by Jewish teacher. And I was told that this school is the only one where Jewish and Arabic (or Palestinian) teachers teach together. The kids are typical kids – laughing a lot and noisy, happy. It was my happiest day just watching the kids being kids.

Girls who love Korea

Girls who love Korea

When we were leaving the classroom, the girls came and asked me if I am from Korea. I said, “I am from Chicago, but I was born and grew up in South Korea.” They were so happy and asked me to take picture together. And then they talked about a few Korean TV shows and signers which I did not recognise because I do not keep track with the Korean culture. I just felt wow!

Church near the school

Church near the school

Then we went to the Church next to school. If you see it from the side, you may recognise it is ark (boat) shape.

Stairway to the church

Stairway to the church

On the stairway, Jesus’ preaching on Matthew chapter 5 beginning “Blessed are…” is written in four languages of English, French, Hebrew, and Arabic.

Church door

Church door

This is the Church door. You may recognise the children around Jesus are actually from all around the world. And the two boys standing a bit farther than other kids are a Jewish boy and a Palestinian boy. The smaller boy is wearing Kipa on his head, so he is Jewish. This scene is that the Palestinian boy is bringing Jewish boy to Jesus.

Inside the church

Inside the church

This is the inside of the Church. The church is so beautiful, made out of donations not only money but also talents. Each piece was all made. The church has partition which blocks people going to the holy place. It is their tradition.

Shepherd and Sheep in Nazareth Village

Shepherd and Sheep in Nazareth Village

Then we went to Nazareth Village, kind of living museum. The sheep were in the cage with the door closed. According to Daniel, the Nazareth Village guide, During the day time, the door is open but the shepherd is standing on it in first century then, no sheep can go out, and no one can get in. This is John 10.7: “Then said Jesus unto them again, Verily, verily, I say unto you, I am the door of the sheep.”

Tomb Gate

Tomb Gate

This is the replica of a typical first century tomb. They said that they have actors on the Easter morning, playing the resurrection scene from the Bible. If I have another chance to be in the holy land and if it is during the Easter time, I would be good to come and watch the play. And this is small replica, so the actual door stone would be much bigger.

Daniel on Wine Press

Daniel on Wine Press

This is upper part of the wine-press. People tread on the grapes and the juice flows down to the lower part which gathers and contains the juice. In the first century, they must tread on the grapes with barefoot lest they crush the seed which makes very bitter taste. According to Daniel, the wine-press is under the terrace field while the threshing field is above the terrace which is the top of the hill. That is why Gideon was threshing in the wine-press so that he can hide. This is from Judges 6.11: “and his son Gideon threshed wheat by the wine-press, to hide it from the Midianites.”

Watch Tower

Watch Tower

This is typical watch tower in the first century.

Olive Oil Press

Olive Oil Press

This is an olive oil press and there is olive grinder next to it. To grind the olive, they used a huge mill with heavy millstone. Usually donkey moved the millstone, but today I volunteered and moved it as if I am a donkey even wearing the yoke. They crushed all the pits because even pits contains oils. You can see three places to tie stones in the wooden arm of the press. They pressed three times, first with just one stone, then it makes best and purest oil sometimes called as virgin oil. It is cleanest, and they donate them to the temple in Jerusalem. Second time, they use two stones to make not the best but still good oil and used it for human for every possible use. They pressed the olive with all three stones for the last time to make dirty and crude quality oil, not usable for human body but they used it as lamp oil.

Carpenter and Sister

Carpenter and Sister

These people are dressed in first century Galilean. He acts as carpenter and showed us some first century skills. She also showed us how to make thread out of the sheep wool. Her name is Hannah.

First Century Synagogue in Nazareth Village

First Century Synagogue in Nazareth Village

This is first century Jewish synagogue. Unlike the other later synagogue we’ve seen so far, it does not have the seat of Moses or the scroll place. Daniel said that the synagogue literally means gathering, and served like that. People gathers, prayed, studied, talked kind of town centre. It was not religious centre until the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem. One think I like in the synagogue is the pillar on the corner. The other side of the pillar is 90 degree which makes the pillar heart shape. Not only here, I’ve found those pillars in many other synagogues on actual archaeological sites. When Jesus or any other disciples including Paul went into a synagogue, they might have seen similar synagogues like this.

Daniel is kind of interesting person to me being a messianic Jew, believing in Jesus as messiah. George said there are many divisions in messianic Jews, and many of them does not think Jesus as God.

Monday, 9 July 2012

Christian Speaker today insulted Martyrs

I heard a church speaker saying about martyr twice.

First, a few months ago, he said, there is no extra reward for martyrs in heaven. He said, there is no difference in heaven between martyred and un-martyred people. Exactly he said, God does NOT give more reward to martyrs, and He also does NOT give less reward to non-martyrs.

Well… I guess the speaker never read the last book of the Bible yet which is Revelation. The book describes in detail how much God cares and rewards them, how much God differentiates the martyrs from others. Even they can go into the heaven which is not yet open to public.

And today, I heard the speaker’s speech again and he was insulting the martyrs.

When Korean was under the Japanese empire before World War II, the Japanese government forced Koreans to worship the Japanese emperor. Many pastors, elders, church leaders and christians bowed down and worshipped the emperor. But a few refused and as the result, they were imprisoned, tortured, and killed.

The speaker, today, said that we should not blame and say bad about those who worshipped and bowed down. He said that the torture is so painful and we do not know about it, and anybody tortured would do whatever they ask. Moreover, he also said, the martyrs just died before they changed their minds because their bodies were weak – not they wanted to die for or had strong will. He just made fool of all martyrs!

HOW DARE HE SAY LIKE THAT!!!

He also said about an old movie named Barabbas. Barabbas came to believe Jesus but he was arrested and told he would be sentenced to death if he declares himself as believer. So he denied and later he excused to other Christians. “What is good if I just die there. I need to live to do the work of Jesus more.”

What the….. The speaker values the film more than the Bible. Matthew 10:32-33, Jesus said, “Whosoever therefore shall confess me before men, him will I confess also before my Father which is in heaven. But whosoever shall deny me before men, him will I also deny before my Father which is in heaven.”

He later quoted Philippians 1:23-24 to justify himself not doing God’s work. He said he wants to go to heaven as soon as possible and he can do that by going to dangerous place as missionary. But he WILL NOT do that because of the congregation’s benefit.

He said indirectly that the martyrs are stupid, and he has to live long very long.

Well, with all his speech, he just confessed that he WILL not die for Jesus. And I can say Jesus did not die for him too.

So I decided not to listen to that speaker’s speech ever again.

어떤 교회 연설가가 순교에 대해 언급하는 것을 두 번 들었다.

먼저, 몇달 전에, 순교자는 천국에서 더 큰 상을 받는 것은 아니라고 했다. 천국에서 순교자와 그렇지 않은 사람 사이에 차이가 없단다. 정확히는, 순교했다고 상을 더 받는 것도 아니고, 순교 안했다고 상을 적게 받는 것도 아니란다.

글쎄… 내 생각엔 그 사람이 성경의 마지막 책인 요한계시록을 아직 못 읽어본 것 같다. 성경에 하나님께서 순교자들을 얼마나 아끼시고 보상을 해 주시고, 다른 이들과 차별대우를 하시는지 자세하게 나와있다. 심지어는 아직 개장(?)하지도 않은 천국에 순교자들은 입장할 수 있다.

그리고 오늘, 그 연설가가 순교자들을 모독하는 것을 들었다.

일본이 왜정시대때 신사참배를 강요했고, 수많은 목사, 장로, 교인들이 신사참배를 했다. 하지만 소수 일부는 거부했고 그 결과 투옥, 고문, 그리고 죽임을 당했다.

오늘 그가 말하기를 우리는 신사참배한 사람들을 욕해서는 안된단다. 고문이 얼마나 고통수러운지 우리는 모르고, 그 고문을 당하면 누구라도 요구를 들어주게 된다고 한다. 게다가 순교자들은 순교한게 아니라 몸이 약해서 마음을 바꾸기 전에 죽어버린 것 뿐이란다. 순교자들을 그냥 바보로 만들어 버렸다.

감히 어떻게 그딴 식으로 말을 할 수 있는가!!!

또한 바라바라는 옛날 영화 얘기를 했는데, 그 영화에서 바라바가 예수님을 믿게 되었는데 그 후에 붙잡혀서 예수님을 믿는다고 하면 사형을 받는다고 해서 바라바가 안믿는다고 하고 풀려나고, 후에 다른 교인들에게 “거기서 죽으면 무슨 소용인가. 살아서 예수님의 일을 해야지”라고 했다고 한다.

이런 씨…. 그 연설가는 성경말씀보다 영화를 더 중요하게 생각한다. 마태복음 10장 32-33절에 예수님께서 직접 말씀하시기를, “누구든지 사람 앞에서 나를 시인하면 나도 하늘에 계신 내 아버지 앞에서 저를 시인할 것이요 누구든지 사람 앞에서 나를 부인하면 나도 하늘에 계신 내 아버지 앞에서 저를 부인하리라.”

나중에 그 사람은 빌립보서 1장 23-24절 말씀을 이용해서 자신이 하나님의 일을 하지 않는 것을 정당화했다. 천국에 빨리 가고 싶지만, 위험한 곳으로 선교를 가서 천국에 빨리 갈 수도 있지만, 자기 교회의 교인들의 유익을 위해서 위험한 곳으로 선교를 가지 않겠단다.

그리고는 간접적으로 순교자들이 미련하다는 느낌을 풍기고 짧고 굵게 사는 것보다 가늘고 길게 사는 것이 좋다는 식으로 얘기를 했다.

그 사람은 자신의 연설로 자신은 예수님을 위해 죽지 않겠다는 고백은 한 것이다. 예수님도 그런 사람을 위해서 죽임을 당하신게 아니라고 난 말할 수 있다.

그래서 다시는 그 사람의 연설을 듣지 않기로 결심했다.

Thursday, 20 December 2007

Read out KJV (2)

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Reference: Read out KJV

Last month, I finished reading KJV Bible again. It was my seventh reading. The Bible was published by Gabriel Publishing (ISBN: 1-884543-70-7). I gave KJV which I read before to my nephew, Jinwoo.

Old Testament: From 12 June 2007 to 7 November 2007 (About five months)

  1. Genesis(50 chapters): From 12 June until 9 August for fifty nine days
  2. Exodus(40 chapters): From 10 August until 6 September for twenty eight days
  3. Leviticus(27 chapters): From 7 September until 13 September for seven days
  4. Numbers(36 chapters): From 14 September until 18 September for five days
  5. Deuteronomy(34 chapters): From 19 September until 24 September for five days and half
  6. Joshua(24 chapters): From 25 September until 26 September for two days
  7. Judges(21 chapters): From 27 September until 29 September for three days
  8. Ruth(4 chapters): On 30 September for a day
  9. 1 Samuel(31 chapters): From 1 October until 2 October for two days
  10. 2 Samuel(24 chapters): On 3 October until for a day
  11. 1 Kings(22 chapters): From 4 October until 5 October for two days
  12. 2 Kings(25 chapters): From 6 October until 8 October for three days
  13. 1 Chronicles(29 chapters): From 9 October until 11 October for three days
  14. 2 Chronicles(36 chapters): From 12 October until 14 October for three days
  15. Ezra(10 chapters): On 15 October for a day
  16. Nehemiah(13 chapters): On 16 October for a day
  17. Esther(10 chapters): On 17 October for a day
  18. Job(42 chapters): From 18 October until 19 October for two days
  19. Psalm(150 chapters): From 20 October until 23 October for four days
  20. Proverbs(31 chapters): On 24 October for a day
  21. Ecclesiastes(12 chapters): On 25 October for a day
  22. Song of Solomon(8 chapters): On 26 October for a day
  23. Isaiah(66 chapters): From 27 October until 29 October for three days
  24. Jeremiah(52 chapters): From 30 October until 1 November for three days
  25. Lamentations(5 chapters): On 2 November for half day
  26. Ezekiel(48 chapters): From 2 November until 5 November for three days
  27. Daniel(12 chapters): On 5 November for half day
  28. Hosea(14 chapters): On 6 November for one seventh day
  29. Joel(3 chapters): On 6 November for one seventh day
  30. Amos(9 chapters): On 6 November for one seventh day
  31. Obadiah(1 chapter): On 6 November for one seventh day
  32. Jonah(4 chapters): On 6 November for one seventh day
  33. Micah(7 chapters): On 6 November for one seventh day
  34. Nahum(3 chapters): On 6 November for one seventh day
  35. Habakkuk(3 chapters): On 7 November for one fifth day
  36. Zephaniah(3 chapters): On 7 November for one fifth day
  37. Haggai(2 chapters): On 7 November for one fifth day
  38. Zechariah(14 chapters): On 7 November for one fifth day
  39. Malachi(4 chapters): On 7 November for one fifth day

New Testament: From 8 November 2007 to 22 November 2007 (Two weeks)

  1. Matthew(28 chapters): On 8 November for a day
  2. Mark(16 chapters): On 24 September for half day
  3. Luke(24 chapters): From 9 November until 10 November for a day and half
  4. John(21 chapters): From 10 November until 11 November for a day and half
  5. Acts(28 chapters): From 12 November until 13 November for two days
  6. Romans(16 chapters): On 14 November for a day
  7. 1 Corinthians(16 chapters): On 15 November for a day
  8. 2 Corinthians(13 chapters): On 16 November for half day
  9. Galatians(6 chapters): On 16 November for half day
  10. Ephesians(6 chapters): On 17 November for one fifth day
  11. Philippians(4 chapters): On 17 November for one fifth day
  12. Colossians(4 chapters): On 17 November for one fifth day
  13. 1 Thessalonians(5 chapters): On 17 November for one fifth day
  14. 2 Thessalonians(3 chapters): On 17 November for one fifth day
  15. 1 Timothy(6 chapters): On 18 November for one fourth day
  16. 2 Timothy(4 chapters): On 18 November for one fourth day
  17. Titus(3 chapters): On 18 November for one fourth day
  18. Philemon(1 chapter): On 18 November for one fourth day
  19. Hebrews(18 chapters): On 19 November for a day
  20. James(5 chapters): On 20 November for one seventh day
  21. 1 Peter(5 chapters): On 20 November for one seventh day
  22. 2 Peter(3 chapters): On 20 November for one seventh day
  23. 1 John(5 chapters): On 20 November for one seventh day
  24. 2 John(1 chapter): On 20 November for one seventh day
  25. 3 John(1 chapter): On 20 November for one seventh day
  26. Jude(1 chapter): On 20 November for one seventh day
  27. Revelation(22 chapters): From 21 November until 22 November for two days

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