St. Simeon the God-receiver was one of the seventy two scholars who came to Alexandria to translate the Holy Scriptures into Greek. God promised him that he would not die until the promised Messiah, Christ the Lord, came into the world. He shows up in Luke chapter 2. (some say 'cursed' by angel until saw it for himself due to his doubt over translation of Isaiah 7:14 verse, virgin or young maiden)
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- melchezidek was shem, godly son of noah (and of the covenant line). Ham attempted to usurp, and battle between Ham and Shem's descendents through the ages. Nimrod was of Ham, and sought to make a name (shem) for himself.
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