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Notes for Acts Chapter 14

Acts 14:1-5 Paul’s and Barnabas’s successful mission in Iconium. Acts 14:6-18 After Paul and Barnabas fled to Lystra and Derbe (cities of Lycaonia), they found and cured a crippled man who was born that way. Acts 14:19-28 Even though Paul

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Notes for Acts Chapter 3

Acts 3:1-11 In the Name of Jesus Christ Peter and John cured a disabled man who couldn’t walk since his birth. Acts 3:12-26 Peter’s testimony and explanation of the miracle that he just did and of Jesus being the prophesied

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Notes for John Chapter 9

John 9:1-5 Jesus explained to His disciples the reason why a blind man was blind. John 9:6-7 Jesus’ miracle of healing that blind man who was blind from his birth.

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Notes for Luke Chapter 4

Luke 4:1-15 Jesus’ 40-day fast in the desert with temptations by satan himself. Luke 4:16-30 A dangerous incident with Jesus and the locals after He read them a part of the book of Isaiah at their synagogue. Luke 4:31-37 Jesus’

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Notes for Mark Chapter 3

Mark 3:1-6 On a sabbath in a synagogue Jesus healed a man with a sick hand which made that Pharisees very mad. Mark 3:7-12 Jesus healed and cured many people at the beach who came to Him from places like

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Notes for Mark Chapter 1

Mark 1:1-8 Some introduction of John the Baptist and his duties for preparing the way for Jesus. Mark 1:9-11 The Baptism of Jesus Christ. Mark 1:12-13 The 40-Day temptation of Jesus Christ in the desert. Mark 1:14-20 The beginning of

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Notes for Matthew Chapter 15

Matthew 15:1-20 Some scribes and Pharisees complained to Jesus about His disciples breaking a tradition by not washing their hands before eating, but Jesus rebuked those complainers for breaking God’s commandments by teaching and supporting the dishonoring of parents, then

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Notes for Matthew Chapter 9

Matthew 9:1-8 When Jesus came back to His city He healed a man who was sick with palsy (or who was paralyzed). Matthew 9:9-13 Jesus calls Matthew to His ministry, and later on Jesus explained to pharisees that He came

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Notes for Matthew Chapter 8

Matthew 8:1-4 When Jesus with many people around Him came down the mountain, He met and healed a leprous man. Matthew 8:5-13 From a very far distance Jesus healed a very sick servant of a very caring centurion. Matthew 8:14-17

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Notes for 2nd Kings Chapter 5

2nd Kings 5:1 Naaman’s glory and leprosy issue. 2nd Kings 5:2-7 An Israelite servant girl told Naaman’s wife about the possibility of being cured from leprosy, so Naaman went to Israel. 2nd Kings 5:8-12 Elisha’s servant told Naaman how to

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