At the right hand of?
Name a famous left handed baseball pitcher (hint: see picture below)?
Name a famous baseball switch hitter (hint: see picture below)?
Answers and some bio information are listed on the next page.
What does business state about “right hand man”?
A right-hand man is a kind of assistant, male or female, relied upon heavily by another. The term comes from the importance of the right hand in performing tasks (since many people are right-handed). There is speculation that "right-hand man" also comes from the idea of a king with his advisor sitting on his right side, but there is little evidence supporting it.
Science has a term “Right-hand rule”, what does this refer to?
The right hand rule is also an algorithm used to solve mazes, where a person keeps their right hand on a wall at all times while moving forward, because the walls along the path to the exit of the maze form one surface.
Answers to the baseball questions above . . .
What does the Bible state about “At the right hand of”?
In the Bible there is discussion of “at the right hand of God.”
Let’s see what Matthew Henry’s commentary and what the Bible
about this subject.
Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary on the Bible
After the Lord had spoken he went up into heaven. Sitting is a posture of rest, he had finished his work; and a posture of rule, he took possession of his kingdom. He sat at the right hand of God, which denotes his sovereign dignity and universal power. Whatever God does concerning us, gives to us, or accepts from us, it is by his Son. Now he is glorified with the glory he had before the world. The apostles went forth, and preached every where, far and near . . .
Romans 8:33-35 (NIV)
33 Who will bring any charge against those whom God has chosen? It is God who justifies.
34 Who is he that condemns? Christ Jesus, who died—more than that, who was raised to life—is at the right hand of God and is also interceding for us.
35 Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall trouble or hardship or persecution or famine or nakedness or danger or sword?
Do you believe that God has any limitations, or do you believe God is limitless?
Do you believe that Jesus has any limitations, or do you believe Jesus is limitless?
What do you think about Matthew Henry’s comment “which
denotes his sovereign
dignity and universal power.”?
Do you agree with this (Matthew Henry’s) comment?
How powerful is Jesus’ love for us?
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