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 ...
As Paul speaks the Bible says that she listened and opened her heart. The Greek
word here for listen indicates a continuing process. In other words Lydia had ...
Aug 8, 2016 ... Lydia in the Bible: This Greek Orthodox painting depicts Lydia. In the Bible, Lydia
is described as a “seller of purple cloth” and served as a ...
Nowhere is this brought out more clearly than between Paul's vision of the man of
Macedonia and Paul's first convert in Europe, the woman Lydia.
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Now a certain woman named Lydia heard us. She was a seller of purple from the
city of Thyatira, who worshiped God. The Lord opened her heart to heed the ...