What does the Great Commission have to do with mobile devices? More than you might think.
Carcass The term is used of the dead body of a beast, and sometimes in a contemptuous way of the dead body of a human being. (1) It occurs in Gen. 15:11 as a translation of Heb. peg̱er, which is translated “dead body” in Nu. 14:29; 1 S. 17:46; Isa. 66:24; Ezk. 6:5; 43:7, 9, and “corpse” in Nah. 3:3.