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  1. Amen! Thanks for sharing this.

    Your word sparked my interest in the word “puzzle”. Online Etymology says PUZZLE is from the word “PERPLEX”. Here’s the definition of PERPLEX. Note Latin Perplexus.

    perplex (v.)
    late 14c. as an adjective, “perplexed, puzzled, bewildered,” from Latin perplexus “involved, confused, intricate;” but Latin had no corresponding verb *perplectere. The Latin compound would be per “through” (from PIE root *per- (1) “forward,” hence “through”) + plexus “entangled,” past participle of plectere “to twine, braid, fold” (from suffixed form of PIE root *plek- “to plait”). Ps 139:14; Rom 8:28

    Whenever I see a word’s definition, in both Hebrew and Greek, that includes, plait, twine, braid, I think of Human DNA, which opens further definition and Revelation.

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