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2 Peter 3:3-6
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... first. “First” means “First of all,” or “of primary importance.” Compare II Peter 1: 20. It is vitally important both to understand this key characteristic of the...
John 3:3 - Institute for Creation Research
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... born again. The vital doctrine of regeneration, or the new birth, has been applicable in all ages, for man by nature is a lost sinner, and must be...
Ephesians 3:3 - Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/bible/Ephesians/3:3/
... revelation. Paul frequently asserted that his preaching and writing concerning the person and work of Christ, while often quoting Old Testament Scriptures...
2 Peter 3:3 - Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/bible/2Peter/3/3/
... first. “First” means “First of all,” or “of primary importance.” Compare II Peter 1: 20. It is vitally important both to understand this key characteristic of the...
Amos 3:3 - Institute for Creation Research
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... two walk together. This timeless principle would caution us against any attempted union of believers and unbelievers (see II Corinthians 6:14-18). About...
II Peter 3:3-4 - The Institute for Creation Research
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... first. “First” means “First of all,” or “of primary importance.” Compare II Peter 1: 20. It is vitally important both to understand this key characteristic of the...
Romans 3:3-4 - Institute for Creation Research
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... shall their unbelief. The fact that many people reject the Scriptures, even alleging that the Bible has been disproved by modern science and reason,...
1 Corinthians 3:3
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... Corinthians 3:3. For ye are yet carnal: for whereas there is among you envying, and strife, and divisions, are ye not carnal, and walk as men? Powered...
Matthew 3:3
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... the prophet Esaias. See Isaiah 40:3-5. Also note Malachi 3:1. The prophets Isaiah and Malachi both predicted the coming of John, just as they did that...
2 Timothy 3:3-4 - Institute for Creation Research
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... Without natural affection. The implication is that their “affections” are “ unnatural.” Note Romans 1:26-27. Evidently a great and dangerous increase...
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