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2 Peter 3:17
http://www.icr.org/bible/2Peter/3/17
... wicked. The term “wicked” here means “unsettled” or “lawless.” These men were “unlearned and unstable” (II Peter 3:16) in the Scriptures, and so...
Malachi 3:17
http://www.icr.org/bible/Malachi/3/17
... my jewels. The word translated “jewels” only this once is translated “peculiar treasure” three other times. The connotation is that of no ordinary jewels, but...
Genesis 3:17-20
http://www.icr.org/bible/Genesis/3/17-20
... unto Adam. The full force of the Curse fell on Adam, as the responsible head of the human race, and on all his dominion. Instead of believing God's...
Matthew 3:17
http://www.icr.org/bible/Matthew/3/17
... a voice from heaven. With the Father's voice from heaven testifying of the Son, and the Spirit testifying through the dove, all three Persons of the Trinity...
2 Timothy 3:15-17
http://www.icr.org/bible/2tim/3/15-17
... perfect. The word used here for “perfect” (Greek artios) is found nowhere else in the New Testament. It seems basically to mean “new” or “fresh,” which...
James 3:17
http://www.icr.org/bible/James/3/17
... from above. The “wisdom that is from above” answers to the seven pillars of wisdom of Proverbs 9:1. As Proverbs is the Old Testament book of...
Colossians 3:17
http://www.icr.org/bible/Colossians/3/17
... 3:17. And whatsoever ye do ° in word or ° deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God and the Father by him. Powered...
1 John 3:17-18
http://www.icr.org/bible/1John/3/17-18
... seeth. As often seen in this epistle, the verb is in the continuing present— that is, “goes on seeing.” This does not refer to a chance encounter with...
1 John 3:17
http://www.icr.org/bible/1John/3/17
... seeth. As often seen in this epistle, the verb is in the continuing present— that is, “goes on seeing.” This does not refer to a chance encounter with...
2 Timothy 3:16-17
http://www.icr.org/bible/2Timothy/3/16-17
... perfect. The word used here for “perfect” (Greek artios) is found nowhere else in the New Testament. It seems basically to mean “new” or “fresh,” which...
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