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The word dabar (Hebrew: word, statement, act, thing) occurs in various contexts in the Hebrew Bible. It is sometimes used in reference to the "Divine Word": "Dabar Yahweh" or Ha-Dabar Elohim. The Divine Word brings God's message to his people, especially to his prophets. The phrase appears for the first time in Genesis 15, in which the Word of Yahweh assures Abraham of his reward.

Christians identify Jesus Christ as Logos, the Divine Word.

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