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Marcus My Son - Article
Paul G. Humber, M.S. - ... Mark (Marcus) was Peter’s biological son. We learn in Acts 12:12 that Mark’s mother was Mary and that her house was in Jerusalem. (Peter was from Galilee.) Also, Paul describes Mark as Barnabas’ cousin in Colossians...
The Lord Jesus Christ - Article
Henry M. Morris, Ph.D. - ... Jesus, whom ye have crucified, both Lord and Christ” (Acts 2:36). He is now our risen and glorified Lord Jesus Christ!...
Philemon 1:24: Marcus - Study Note
... Marcus. Mark had once left Paul (Acts 13:13), but apparently was now back with him at Rome. Aristarchus was a Macedonian convert from Thessalonica (Acts 27:2) who later worked with...
Acts 13:13: John departing from them - Study Note
... in any case, thought his departure was unwarranted (note Acts...
Acts 13:13: Paphos - Study Note
... Paphos. Paphos was the capital of the province of Cyprus. Perga was on the southern coast on the Asia Minor mainland. Paul’s destination of Pisidian Antioch was in the Galatian highlands in the...
John 13:13: Master and Lord - Study Note
... “Master.” In writing their narratives about His acts and words, however, they did frequently say what “Jesus” did, or said. That was His human name, and a very fitting name, but their relation to Him was not that of...
... was shaken" and the Spirit's presence was manifested (Acts 4:31). Paul and Silas were freed when God's power and presence was manifested in an earthquake (Acts 16:26). The most unusual earthquakes were associated with the crucifixion and...
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