‘Ethiopian’ ….. mentioned in the Holy Bible (KJV)


Can the Ethiopian change his skin,
or the leopard his spots?
then may ye also do good,
that are accustomed to do evil. – Jer 13:23

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I am no preacher, but, am a prime sinner and living in this world in HIS mercy. For a sinner like me too, when I read “The Holy Bible” KJV,  the following verses were given in the context of “Ethiopian”.

Num 12:1 And Miriam and Aaron spake against Moses
because of the Ethiopian woman
whom he had married:
for he had married an Ethiopian woman.

Ch 12:3 With twelve hundred chariots,
and threescore thousand horsemen:
and the people were without number
that came with him out of Egypt;
the Lubims, the Sukkiims,
and the Ethiopians.

Ch 14:9 And there came out
against them Zerah the Ethiopian
with an host of a thousand thousand,
and three hundred chariots;
and came unto Mareshah.

2Ch 14:12 So the LORD smote
the Ethiopians before Asa,
and before Judah; and the Ethiopians fled.

Ch 14:13 And Asa and the people that were with him
pursued them unto Gerar:
and the Ethiopians were overthrown,
that they could not recover themselves;
for they were destroyed before the LORD,
and before his host; and they carried away very much spoil.

2Ch 16:8 Were not the Ethiopians
and the Lubims a huge host,
with very many chariots and horsemen?
yet, because thou didst rely on the LORD,
he delivered them into thine hand.

2Ch 21:16 Moreover the LORD stirred up
against Jehoram the spirit of the Philistines,
and of the Arabians,
that were near the Ethiopians:

Isa 20:4 So shall the king of Assyria
lead away the Egyptians prisoners,
and the Ethiopians captives,
young and old, naked and barefoot,
even with their buttocks uncovered,
to the shame of Egypt.

Jer 13:23 Can the Ethiopian change his skin,
or the leopard his spots?
then may ye also do good,
that are accustomed to do evil.

o
o
27. I have seen thine adulteries,
and thy neighings,
the lewdness of thy whoredom,
and thine abominations on the hills in the fields.
Woe unto thee, O Jerusalem!
wilt thou not be made clean?
when shall it once be?

Jer 38:7 Now when Ebedmelech the Ethiopian,
one of the eunuchs which was in the king’s house,
heard that they had put Jeremiah in the dungeon;
the king then sitting in the gate of Benjamin;

Jer 38:10 Then the king commanded
Ebedmelech the Ethiopian, saying,
Take from hence thirty men with thee,
and take up Jeremiah the prophet
out of the dungeon, before he die.

Jer 38:12 And Abimelech the Ethiopian said unto Jeremiah,
Put now these old cast clouts and rotten rags
under thine armholes under the cords.
And Jeremiah did so.

Jer 39:16 Go and speak to Ebedmelech the Ethiopian, saying,
Thus saith the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel;
Behold, I will bring my words upon this city for evil,
and not for good;
and they shall be accomplished in that day before thee.

Jer 46:9 Come up, ye horses;
and rage, ye chariots;
and let the mighty men come forth;
the Ethiopians and the Libyans,
that handle the shield;
and the Lydians, that handle and bend the bow.

Eze 30:9 In that day shall messengers go forth from me
in ships to make the careless Ethiopians afraid,
and great pain shall come upon them,
as in the day of Egypt:
for, lo, it cometh.

Dan 11:43 But he shall have power
over the treasures of gold and of silver,
and over all the precious things of Egypt:
and the Libyans and the Ethiopians shall be at his steps.

Amo 9:7 Are ye not as children of the Ethiopians unto me,
O children of Israel? saith the LORD.
Have not I brought up Israel out of the land of Egypt?
and the Philistines from Caphtor,
and the Syrians from Kir?

Zep 2:12 Ye Ethiopians also,
ye shall be slain by my sword.

Act 8:27 And he arose and went:
and, behold, a man of Ethiopia,
an eunuch of great authority
under Candace queen of the Ethiopians,
who had the charge of all her treasure,
and had come to Jerusalem for to worship,

 

From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethiopia

Ethiopia has close historical ties with all three of the world’s major Abrahamic religions. In the 4th century, the region was one of the first in the world to officially adopt Christianity as the state religion. As a result of the resolutions of the Council of Chalcedon, in 451 the monophysites, which included the majority of Christians in Egypt and Ethiopia, were designated as heretics under the common name of “Coptic Christianity”. While no longer distinguished as a state religion, the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church remains the majority Christian denomination. There is also a substantial Muslim demographic, representing around a third of the population. Ethiopia is also the site of the Hegira, an important emigration in Islamic history. A town in the Tigray Region, Negash is the oldest Muslim settlement in Africa. Until the 1980s, a substantial population of Beta Israel (Ethiopian Jews) resided in Ethiopia.[186][187]

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About David Mathi Raj
I am engaged in the computer field since 1977, particularly in Documentation, Desktop Publishing & Training field since 1986. The design work provides me creative satisfaction and motivates me to look for more challenging activities. I have a taste for Technical Writing. Presently, I am a Freelancer. My SME (Subject-Matter Expert) is "The Holy Bible (KJV)" and publishing the "Subject" from the Holy Bible only. I use CorelDraw X5 & X6 to create my flyers. I emphasize, that, I am no preacher, I am nothing special, but, an average man. Personally, I am from the bottom of the society, Tamil speaking 'Adhi-Dravida' community in Tamil Nadu, India. Father was Head-master of a municipal Higher Secondary School, passed at the age of 50 (05/05/1922 – 03/07/1972). Mother was a Teacher in a Municipal Higher Secondary School, passed after her retirement (08/04/1927 – 17/12/1993). Now I am living in New Delhi, India.

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