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Habakkuk | The Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/books/defenders/5258
... (meaning “embracer”) prophesied in Judah shortly before the Babylonian invasion, and probably soon after the death of good king Josiah. He...
James 1:13-14
http://www.icr.org/bible/James/1/13-14
... God cannot be tempted. Since Jesus was God, and did not cease being God when He also became man, this statement assures us that Jesus not only...
Revelation 1:13-16
http://www.icr.org/bible/Revelation/1/13-16
... down to the foot. Note that there is no nudity, or semi-nudity, in heaven. Both Christ and His saints are always arrayed appropriately (Revelation...
Revelation 1:13
http://www.icr.org/bible/Revelation/1/13
... down to the foot. Note that there is no nudity, or semi-nudity, in heaven. Both Christ and His saints are always arrayed appropriately (Revelation...
Habakkuk
http://www.icr.org/books/defenders/5257
... Introduction to Habakkuk. The book of Habakkuk indicates an author of deep spirituality and great concern for the holiness of God. In his third...
Habakkuk 1:13
http://www.icr.org/bible/Habakkuk/1/13
... look on iniquity. Note Matthew 27:45-46. God had to veil the earth in darkness when His Son was “made sin” on the cross for us. But it was a problem...
Ephesians 1:13
http://www.icr.org/bible/Ephesians/1:13
... sealed. The sealing ministry of the Spirit, serving as an assurance (a down payment, earnest money, as it were) of our ultimate complete redemption...
Colossians 1:13
http://www.icr.org/bible/Colossians/1/13
... power of darkness. The “power of darkness” (note Luke 22:53) is nothing less than the kingdom of Satan, in which we all once were captive slaves. Note,...
Habakkuk 3:2
http://www.icr.org/bible/Habakkuk/3/2
... God's warnings surely were enough to make them afraid, Habakkuk and the people could still pray for revival and for God to be merciful even in...
2 Peter 3:1-13
http://www.icr.org/bible/2Peter/3/1-13
... second epistle. This shows that Peter's second epistle was addressed to the same general audience as the first. They, therefore, would already...
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