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laodicean    PRONUNCIATION:  (lay-ah-duh-SEE-uhn)    MEANING:  adjective: Lukewarm or indifferent, especially regarding religion.    ETYMOLOGY:  After Laodicea, a city in Asia Minor, whose Christians were rebuked for their indifference to religion in Revelation 3:16 in the New Testament. Earliest documented use: 1633.

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JOHN 16:33 :)

John I have told you these things so that you would find comfort in Me. In this world, you will suffer; but be courageous, for I have overcome the world! Encouraging scripture for those suffering with loss - illness - heartache.

He is in control

KEEP CALM HE HAS OVERCOME THE WORLD !) " These things that I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.

Rembrandt ~ Christ in the Storm on the Lake of Galilee ~ 1863.

"The Storm On The Sea Of Galilee" -- 1633 -- Rembrandt van Rijn -- Dutch -- Oil on canvas -- 1 of 13 works of art (worth a total of 300 million USD) stolen from The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston in Whereabouts unknown.

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