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Nahum | The Institute for Creation Research
http://www.icr.org/books/defenders/5240/
... 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...
1 Timothy 2:4
http://www.icr.org/bible/1Timothy/2/4
... to be saved. This is also the testimony of II Peter 3:9 (God is “not willing that any should perish”), and God has proved His universal love by sending...
Ephesians 2:4
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... - modify search · « Book · ‹ Chapter · All Verses · Chapter › · Book » · Ephesians 2:4. But God, who is rich in mercy, for his great love wherewith he loved...
Acts 2:4
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... filled with the Holy Ghost. Although the Spirit's baptism and filling occurred simultaneously in this initial manifestation of His power, the two are...
Nahum
http://www.icr.org/books/defenders/5238
... is called an “Elkoshite,” but the location of Elkosh is unknown. Many think Elkosh was later renamed Kaphar Nahum (“the Village of Nahum”) in his...
2:4
http://www.icr.org/bible/Genesis/2/1-4/
... finished. The strong emphasis in these verses on the completion of all of God's creating and making activity is a clear refutation of both ancient...
Psalm 139:2-4
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... my. This psalm is intensely personal. The first person pronouns (“I,” “me,” etc.) occur forty-eight times in these twenty-four verses, and the second...
1 Peter 2:4-5
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... living stone. As not just the foundation rock (I Corinthians 3:11), but also as a living stone that could bring life and sustenance, Christ is the fulfillment of...
Habakkuk 2:4
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... live by his faith. This great truth, which under Martin Luther became the watchword of the Reformation, is quoted three times in the New Testament...
Song of Solomon 2:4
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... banner. The “banner” metaphor envisions a flag on a flagpole, depicting ownership and protection. The bride's “banner” is the love of her bridegroom, just...
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