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Notes for Luke Chapter 23

Luke 23:1-12 The trial of Jesus Christ before Pilate and Herod which contained lots of false accusations. Luke 23:13-25 Pilot tried letting Jesus go, but because of the fierceness and anger of Jew priests and scribes, Pilot gave in and

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Notes for Matthew Chapter 26

Matthew 26:1-2 Jesus reminded His disciples about the Passover and about His Crucifixion. Matthew 26:3-5 Some priests, scribes, and elders planned out to falsely accuse Jesus and to kill Him.

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Notes for Amos Chapter 7

Amos 7:1-9 God’s three visions for Amos against the Israelites: the grasshoppers, the fire, and the plumbline. Amos 7:10-17 Amaziah the priest falsely accused Amos before Jeroboam king of Israel and he told Amos to go prophesy somewhere else, then

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Notes for Job Chapter 33

Job 33:1-33 Elihu reproved Job for making himself look more righteous than the almighty God.

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Notes for Job Chapter 22

Job 22:1-30 Eliphaz the Temanite assumed and then accused Job of being wicked, so then he recommended for Job to repent.

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Notes for Job Chapter 11

Job 11:1-20 Zophar the Naamathite, one of Job’s friends, told Job that he is not punished as much as he deserves to be punished for all his sins, and he recommended for Job to repent.

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Notes for Nehemiah Chapter 6

Nehemiah 6:1-4 When Jerusalem’s wall got fixed up except its gates, then Israel’s enemies tried harder to ruin their construction project and still failed.

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Notes for Ezra Chapter 4

Ezra 4:1-5 When Israel’s local enemies were denied in helping build the Lord’s temple, they began to interrupt the temple’s construction.

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