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Lydia(中文版)



Picture description:
Paul meets with Lydia
Picture copyright:Cook Communications Ministries
Appeared In:
Isaiah 66:19; Acts 16:11
Gender:
Female
Pronunciation:
LID-ee-ə (English), LUY-dee-ah (German)
Meaning:
It refers to “from Lydia” in Greek. It was also the name of a historic region of Asia Minor which included Troy and Ephesus. However, in the New Testament Lydia was the name of a woman who was a dealer in purple cloth from the city of Thyatira and a worshiper of God. When she was listening to Paul’s message, God opened her heart; she was then converted to Christianity.
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Lydia   Troy   Ephesus   purple   Paul  
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