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Martus / Witness
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What does it mean to be a witness? Explore this word throughout the story of the Bible and see how it’s used to describe an experience with God.
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In the Bible, the word witness is used to describe both a person and an action—someone who sees something and then talks about what they’ve seen. Similar to today, this word is used in both legal settings and to describe an experience with God. But what’s most interesting about the word witness is how it illuminates the story of Scripture, especially the role of the people of God. In this video, we explore how this word contributes to the overarching story of the Bible.

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