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Genesis 1:3
http://www.icr.org/bible/Genesis/1/3
... God said. As the “Spirit” of God “moved” (Genesis 1:2), so now the Word of God speaks in Genesis 1:3. The result is light, the energizing of the vast...
Hebrews 1:3
http://www.icr.org/bible/Hebrews/1/3
... brightness of his glory. “Brightness” is from a Greek word used only here in the New Testament, literally meaning “off-flashing.” In context of both this...
John 1:1-3
http://www.icr.org/bible/John/1/1-3
... In the beginning. It is significant that the Apostle John began his gospel with the words: “In the beginning.” He obviously intended that his record should...
Ephesians 1:3
http://www.icr.org/bible/Ephesians/1/3
... in heavenly places. This fascinating phrase occurs five times in this epistle ( Ephesians 1:3; 1:20; 2:6; 3:10; 6:12). The phrase could read simply “in...
Acts 1:3 - The Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/bible/Acts/1/3
... infallible proofs. “Infallible proofs” is one word in the Greek (tekmerion) and occurs only this one time in the New Testament. It emphasizes that the...
Introduction to Matthew - The Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/books/defenders/5452
... Introduction to Matthew. The author of the Gospel According to Matthew was one of the original twelve disciples chosen by Jesus (Matthew 9:9;...
Matthew 5:22
http://www.icr.org/bible/Matthew/5/22
... Raca. The word raca is an Aramaic expression of contempt, something like our English “stupid idiot!” Such an insult to a fellow believer in the...
Matthew 25:41,46
http://www.icr.org/bible/Matthew/25:41
... God by their attitude toward His suffering “brethren” (Matthew...
Matthew 5:18
http://www.icr.org/bible/Matthew/5/18
... one jot or one tittle. The “jot” and “tittle” were the smallest letter and a mark which distinguished two letters in the Hebrew words of the Old Testament....
Matthew 16:18
http://www.icr.org/bible/Matthew/16/18
... Peter. The Lord is here making a play on words; in the Greek, “Peter” is petros, meaning a small stone, whereas “rock” is petra, meaning a great rock...
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