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Mark 8:30: tell no man - Study Note
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... tell no man. Jesus told the unclean spirits (Mark 3:12), those who had seen His miracles (Mark 5:43) and His own disciples here in this verse that they should not make His identity or His miracles known. In Mark’s gospel alone He gave...
Doctor Luke - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... Some commentators have noted the ironical relation between Mark 5:26 and Luke 8:43. Mark had said that a certain woman needing healing "had suffered many things of many physicians, and had spent all that she had, and was nothing bettered,...
Luke 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
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... gospel. Consequently, Luke, as well as Matthew and Mark, was written sometime around A.D. 60 (Paul’s martyrdom is believed to have taken place around A.D. 68). Luke addressed both his gospel and Acts to a Greek man named Theophilus...
CHAPTER 6 - Satisfied With the Assignment: A Perspective On Jealousy
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... of the temple was ripped in two from the top to the bottom (Mark 15:38) signifying once and for all the sufficiency of His sacrifice for man's sin (Hebrews 9). Just a few hours prior to this, He stood accused in a room just adjacent to the...
CHAPTER 5 - Why Pray?: A Perspective On Sovereignty
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... name was to be called "The Everlasting Father" which is a remarkable commentary on the interdependence and relationship within the Trinity. John taught that the "Word," Jesus Christ was "in the beginning with God" (John 1:2). He is the Alpha and...
1 Peter 1:0: Introduction - Study Note
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second missionary journey for a time (Acts 15:40–18:5). Mark also was with Peter at the time (I Peter 5:13), and he, like Silas, had been with Paul both early and late in Paul’s missionary career. Somehow both had come to be associated...
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