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  • Nathan B

    I’m working on phrasing this verse. I’m struggling with what to do with the phrase “yet to be”. Seem like it is an infinitive, but doesn’t fall easily into any of the phrasing relationships.
    I’ve included a screenshot of my attempt so far. I’d love any thoughts anyone has.

    Eccl_1_11.jpg

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  • Nathan B

    11There is no remembrance of former things,
    nor will there be any remembrance
    of later things yet to be
    among those who come after.

    Ecclesiastes 1:11 ESV

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  • Nathan B

    Matthew - if you open the project you want to rename and click on the name a dialog box should pop up which will allow you to rename the project and change the base passsage.

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  • Nathan B

    I was listening to the FacebookLive on Psalm 133. On the topic of the ground in the last line of the Psalm, discussion was about the word ‘there’ as likely referring to Zion. I was encouraged by what was said about Zion being the place that God has promised eternal life.
    However, is there a possibility that the ‘there’ refers to the unity in verse 1? That the blessing of God and life everlasting are connected to living in unity. Not sure, but it seems to be a possibility.

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