Lydia of Thyatira (Greek: Λυδία) is a woman mentioned in the New Testament
who is regarded ... So she persuaded us. — Acts 16:14-15 World English Bible.
Name Meaning—Lydia, who was an Asiatic, derived her name from the country
on the borders of which her native city, Thyatira, was situated. It was not an ...
(14) Lydia, a seller of purple, of the city of Thyatira.—The city so named, now
known as Ak-hissar, was in the Roman province of Asia, but came within the ...
Mar 7, 2011 ... "A seller of purple, she may have been named Lydia because she came from ....
We named our daughter Lydia, after the Lydia in the bible.
Summary: What does it mean to say that Lydia was a seller of purple, and what
did ... Now, on the whole I prefer modern translations of the Bible, but they let us ...
Jul 13, 2012 ... Rahab and Lydia: Two Faith-filled Bible Women Rahab in the Old Testament,
and Lydia in the New, are separated by thousands of years and ...
Lydia might be the first person in Europe to convert to Christianity. Her story is
told in the New Testament book of Acts, chapter 16. She meets Paul, the ...
THE LYDIA FACTOR - GO AND DO IT Acts 16: 9-15. An intriguing title. This story
is about one woman who was in the right place, at the right time, with the right ...
Jun 16, 2011 ... Lydia is mentioned only twice in the Bible, in Acts 16; but her importance is
greater than the length of her story would indicate. First, let's read ...
May 25, 2011 ... Lydia was a dealer (seller) of purple cloth, wealthy business woman from
Thyatira. Responded to Gospel, Baptized by Paul. Bible character ...