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Forsake And Follow - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - ... Furthermore, they forsook all. For Peter, James, John, and Andrew, this involved leaving a prosperous business; for Matthew, a prestigious position of wealth; i.e., their careers. Certainly each left their livelihood, security,...
Instruction Contrary To Knowledge - Article
John D. Morris, Ph.D. - “Cease, my son, to hear the instruction that causeth to err from the words of knowledge” (Proverbs 19:27). One of the saddest realities in the modern world is that many of the leaders of evolutionary and humanistic thought were...
John 20:10: their own home - Study Note
... their own home. John probably wanted to hurry home to tell Mary, the mother of Jesus, the marvelous news, for she was staying with him (John...
John 19:27: Behold thy mother - Study Note
... thy mother. Jesus was providing here for His mother, not for John, as some have thought. John’s own mother was also there at the crucifixion (Matthew...
The Resurrection Of Christ
... to this effect from the lips of Christ Himself. Note John 2:19; Matthew 12:38-42; 15:21; 17:22-23; 20:17-19; 26:30-32; John 10:17-18; 16:16; and many other passages in the four Gospels. One thing is certain: the disciples could not...
Christ Our Life
... reproduction of each kind of life, once life exists. As Sir John Maddox (once the editor of probably the world's most prestigious science magazine) has admitted: "So it is disappointing that the origin of the genetic code is still as obscure...
Matthew 12:50: mother - Study Note
... a lack of love or filial respect on Jesus’ part (John 19:27), but does show that she does not hold priority with Him over other believers in the family of...
Ephesians 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
... 1:3). According to the early church fathers, the Apostle John served as senior pastor of the Ephesian church in his later years, while he wrote his five New Testament books. Ephesus was evidently noted as the leading church among “the...
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