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The Discipline of Patience - Article
Henry M. Morris III, D.Min. - ... (Psalm 37:5), becoming like a branch attached to the vine (John 15:4-7). Finally, rest in the Lord (Psalm 37:7) and wait on Him (Psalm 37:34). That doesn't mean just "hang around." It means to be a fully prepared servant,...
Tackling Charges of Biblical Inconsistency: Putting the Pieces Together to Form the Big Picture - Article
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D. - ... was offered vinegar to drink. (Matthew 27:48; Luke 23:36; John 19:29) It was wine and myrrh, and he did not drink it. (Mark 15:23) Whatever it was, he did drink it. (John 19:29-30)4 But a careful review of all of the relevant evidence...
John 19:29: to his mouth - Study Note
... intention to drink the full cup of God’s wrath on sin (John 18:11) without mitigation. Now, however, it had been fully accomplished, and this one Scripture remained to be fulfilled. The thirst associated with crucifixion was very intense,...
John 7:34: shall not find me - Study Note
... shall not find me. After His resurrection, the Jews must have been very anxious to find His body, for they knew the tomb was empty, but they would never be able to find it, for He had returned to...
Luke 7:34: ye say - Study Note
... does not mean at all that He was either one, any more than John the Baptist was demon-possessed (Luke 7:33). He was “a friend of publicans and sinners” (Luke 7:34), because He had come “to seek and to save that which is...
Mark 15:35: Elias - Study Note
yet to be fulfilled in the crucifixion (Psalm 69:21—see John 19:28-30), and then volitionally “gave up the ghost” (Mark...
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