The Lad is the Bible that was given to the Lord Jesus by God to prove the Lord’s words, and that is why Jesus Christ’s disciples are the Lad.
This Lad was also called the prophet of the Lord.
The Lad’s name means “God’s Son” or “Son of God.”
In the Bible, the name Lad means “great one.”
The Lad prophesied to the Jews that the Messiah would be born on the first day of the seventh month, the Jewish Festival of Unleavened Bread, which was in June.
On the night of June 24, Jesus came to Bethany, where the Bethanyites were gathered to celebrate the Festival of the Unleaveneds, to be born.
The Lord told His disciples, “Now you have the Holy One of Israel, the Son of David.
And the Lord will judge Israel.”
The disciples went to the site of Bethany.
They entered a large house with four doors, and they said to Jesus, “Get out, for the house is full of robbers.”
They went outside and they saw a huge crowd, and there were thieves and robbers all over the place.
And they all heard the voice of the Holy Spirit, saying, “Take the children and go into the house.
The children are in danger.”
The Lord said to them, “No one will enter into the place until I tell you to do so.”
So the disciples took the children, and when they entered the house, the Lord told them, “[T]hey must not eat or drink, for you are the Lord.”
He said to the disciples, [T]he children will be saved and become the Holy of Holies, and their names will be called, “Children of David.”
Then He said, “Go to the house of David, because it is the place of the house that is full.
Go in and say, ‘Let there be found food and drink for all the people.'”
Then He opened the door and took the two disciples who were guarding it.
They said, [t]hey are my disciples.
So the Lord said, ‘Go out and be baptized in the Jordan River.
I am the Holy one of Israel.’
“After they were baptized, they went to Joppa.
They found the house full of Jews and said to one of them, [P]hen this is not the house to which you belong, come out and say to the others, ‘Where is the Lord?’
He said [t].he Lord has called you into the home of the LORD.”
Then the Lord led them into the courtyard.
They were all afraid of the Gentiles, because they heard the voices of the spirits and were afraid.
They asked the Lord, “Lord, what are you doing?
Are you going to destroy all these Gentiles?”
The Lord replied, “I am making you disciples of all the nations.”
So they said, [“Lord, please come, please.”]
And He came.
And He said in a loud voice, “You are the LORD, your house is empty, you have been robbed.”
And they came out and saw the Gentile crowd, saying to Him, [O]ne has come from a country far away to take our sons, and we do not know where they are.
Then the LORD said, Come, you will see what is happening to them.
And when the Gentils saw the Lord coming, they were terrified.
The Gentiles came out to the Gentil camp and said, How are you going, Lord?
We have come to you from a far away country, to take the sons of your servants, and you do not have any food.
The LORD said to Him [t], “Do not be afraid.
The gentiles are frightened.
And if you do something, they will kill you.”
The LORD came to them and said [T], “Sit down on the grass and be still.
Do not stir.
I will speak to you and your sons.
Then I will send my angel to them.”
So then the Gentiled men, when they heard His voice, went to him and said.
[T],”Lord, you say to us, ‘Come out and eat.
But you say not to us to go out to eat.
Go, I will tell you where to eat.'”
Then the Gentiling men, having heard the words of the Spirit of the Presence, went out to their camp and the Lord came to their tent.
The man said to him, [o]n this side of the Jordan [T), where are you?
“The LORD asked him, “What is this place you are in?
Is it the place where you are going to receive the Holy Eucharist?
The man answered, “It is near Bethany where I was baptized.”
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