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Luke 16:20
... there was a certain beggar named Lazarus, which was laid at his gate, full of...
Luke 10:19: serpents and scorpions - Study Note
... serpents and scorpions. Serpents and scorpions have always symbolized the devil, and God has promised that Christ will ultimately crush him (Genesis 3:15). Thus, in His name, the followers of Christ can also be delivered spiritually from...
Luke 16:20: beggar named Lazarus - Study Note
... beggar named Lazarus. One indication that Jesus was relating a real event is that the name of the beggar is given. No other parable includes personal names. At the same time the rich man is left unnamed, suggesting that personal identities are...
Hosea 7:9: yet he knoweth not - Study Note
... “thou knewest not the time of thy visitation” (Luke 19:44), and like the Laodicean church that “knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked” (Revelation 3:16-17). Professing...
Romans 16:20: bruise Satan under your feet - Study Note
... 4:7), just as he did from Jesus “for a season” (Luke 4:13). Such local victories can be obtained over these dangerous teachers shortly in this manner, but we need to be continually alert to recurrent attacks. The ultimate victory over...
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