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What does Lysamena mean?
Lysamena comes from the Greek word luo, the verb to free. The word Lysamena is a middle aorist participle meaning having been freed.
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First of all, to my Lord: Nothing I can say would ever be enough, so I say only that I am yours, and I am so, so thankful. May this site always honor you.
To my Psalm 20 friends, I am so grateful for your prayers, support, suggestions, and everything else you've given to help me in this work. What a blessing you have been to me!
To those who helped me brainstorm, asked the right questions, gave me feedback on specific pages, edited pages, and even tested out the kitchen tips, thank you, thank you, and thank you.
To Dr. Trice, who always had plenty of kind words to say, thank you for your encouragement and your suggestions. I really appreciate your help.
To Dr. Talbot, the consummate editor, thank you so much for going through draft after draft. You played a significant role in shaping this website, and for that, I am very grateful.
Finally, to two wonderful Christian ladies who, with the weapons of love and compassion, worked to heal a battered and much-afraid heart: thank you.
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