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Genesis 1-11
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... to Genesis In a very real sense, the book of Genesis is the most important book in the world, for it is the foundation upon which all the other...
Genesis 1:11-12
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... bring forth grass. The ability of the earth to begin immediately producing abundant plant life everywhere, on the very same day as the forming of the...
1 Samuel 1:11
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... she vowed a vow, and said, O LORD of hosts, if thou wilt indeed look on the affliction of thine handmaid, and remember me, and not forget thine...
Nahum | The Institute for Creation Research
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... Nahum. Nahum was a prophet of Judah, but his prophecy focuses entirely on Nineveh and Assyria. His home was in Elkosh, which may later have...
Jude 1:11
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... error of Balaam. Like Balaam (Numbers 22–24; II Peter 2:15-16), they use their religious connections not for the honor of God or the spread of His Word,...
Nahum 1:3
http://www.icr.org/bible/Nahum/1/3
... in the storm. Although tornadoes and other violent storms are natural phenomena in the world under God's Curse (Genesis 3:17-19), their causes are...
Nahum
http://www.icr.org/bible/Nahum
... imagineth evil. Many scholars believe that Nahum prophesied in Judah at least partially during the reign of Hezekiah. If so, this could well be a prediction...
Nahum 1:5
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... Defender's Study Bible Notes. Nahum 1:5. 1:5 burned at his presence. Note such last-day characteristics as revealed in Revelation 6:12; 8:7; II Peter...
Galatians 1:11-12
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... gospel. The word “gospel,” both in English and in Greek, means “good news ,” not “good works” or “good advice.” It is the good news concerning the...
Nahum 2:4
http://www.icr.org/bible/Nahum/2/4
... like the lightnings. Chariots that “run like the lightnings” would hardly be an appropriate description of battle chariots of the Medes, unless the metaphor...
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