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John 6:66: went back - Study Note
... for these disciples would not have gone back otherwise (note John 6:39; also I John 2:19). It may be only coincidence, since the verse divisions were not in the original autographs, but it is at least worth noting (in light of the significance of...
Matthew 26:15: thirty pieces of silver - Study Note
... action, but the fact is that he was greedy and a thief (John 12:4-6) and made this bargain on his own volition. In fact, Jesus had recognized him much earlier as a “devil,” or adversary (John 6:70-71). Later, He even called Judas...
Mark 14:21: woe to that man - Study Note
... revealed by Christ. Jesus called him “a devil” (John 6:70) and said it would have been better for him if he had never been born. He was the treasurer of the group, and a thief (John 12:6). Perhaps he feared exposure. Also, he was...
Acts 1:25: his own place - Study Note
... actually “a devil,” according to Christ Himself (John 6:70) and the “son of perdition” (John 17:12), because he had allowed himself, via his cupidity, actually to become possessed and controlled by Satan (John...
2 Thessalonians 2:3: man of sin - Study Note
... evil man, was also called “son of perdition” (John 17:12; note also Luke 22:3; John 6:70). The same person is also called “antichrist” (I John 2:18), “the prince that shall come” (Daniel 9:26) and...
John 6:70: is a devil - Study Note
... a true disciple, but he did not “go away” (note John 6:66) at this time. He continued with the twelve until he could find opportunity to betray Jesus. Even at this time, however, he was a “devil.” The Greek word here is...
Excess Argon within Mineral Concentrates from the New Dacite Lava Dome at Mount St. Helens Volcano
St. Helens. In: Magma Transport and Storage, M.P. Ryan (ed.), John Wiley and Sons, New York, pp. 318-334. Cashman, Ref. 7. Cashman, Ref. 5. Heliker, Ref. 10. Faure, G., 1986. Principles of Isotope Geology, 2nd edition, John...
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