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M62 Facts, Stats and Syntax

Polls and Statistics

According to a survey asking respondents, “Is religion an important part of your daily life?”

Top 11 Most Religious Countries

Country                              % Yes

Egypt                                  100
Bangladesh                         99
Sri Lanka                            99
Indonesia                            98
Congo (Kinshasa)                98
Sierra Leone                       98
Malawi                               98
Senegal                               98
Djibouti                               98
Morocco                             98
United Arab Emirates          98

Top 11 Least Religious Countries

Country                  %Yes

Estonia                   14
Sweden                  17
Denmark                18
Norway                  20
Czech Republic       21
Azerbaijan              21
Hong Kong             22
Japan                      25
France                    25
Mongolia                 27
Belarus                   27

From: http://www.gallup.com/poll/114211/Alabamians-Iranians-Common.aspx

Word Study

“Christ,” translated from the Greek word Christos, which is “Messiah” in Hebrew, means the “Anointed One.” Jesus, the long-expected “King of the Jews,” was sometimes called “Christ” or “the Christ,” which was a title, a recognition that He was the Savior.

Did You Know?

The Day of Pentecost was also known as the “Feast of Weeks,” “First Fruits of the Wheat Harvest,” (Ex 23:16, 34:22), and the “Day of the First Fruits” (Num 28:26). It takes place fifty days after the Passover. It is a celebration in which the Israelites offer the first fruits of their harvest to God as a thanksgiving and expect Him to bless the rest of the harvest period (Lev 23:15-19; Num 28:26-29). The Holy Spirit was poured out upon the believers for the first time on the Day of Pentecost, as recorded in Acts chapter 2.

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