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Notes for 2nd Peter Chapter 1

2nd Peter 1:1-4 Peter’s greeting in his another letter to Christians. 2nd Peter 1:5-11 Peter’s encouragements for Christians to add to their faith – virtue (righteousness or morality), to virtue – knowledge, to knowledge – temperance (self-control), to temperance –

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Notes for 2nd Timothy Chapter 4

2nd Timothy 4:1-8 Since Paul knew that he would be put to death soon, he requested Timothy to be a strong and a faithful evangelist. 2nd Timothy 4:9-22 Paul requested Timothy to come see him before winter, and he informed

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Notes for Romans Chapter 8

Romans 8:1-27 Paul explained that there is no condemnation (or accusation, or evidence) against true Christians because the law of the spirit of life in Jesus Christ has made them free from the law of sin and death. Romans 8:28-39

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Notes for Romans Chapter 6

Romans 6:1-13 Paul explained the process and the meaning of baptism: – Going under water symbolizes the death of our sinful bodies. – Raising up from the water symbolizes the resurrection of our new bodies dedicated for God. Overall, the

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Notes for Acts Chapter 7

Acts 7:1-50 Stephen used the scriptures (or the old testament) to explain and to prove to the high priest and to the council the prophecies about Jesus Christ. Acts 7:51-53 Stephen rebuked the council and the high priest for being

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Notes for Acts Chapter 5

Acts 5:1-11 The death of Ananias and Sapphira just for lying to the Apostles (and to the Holy Spirit). Acts 5:12-16 Miracles of Apostles and the growth of the church. Acts 5:17-24 The high priest and some Sadducees went against

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Notes for John Chapter 19

John 19:1-16 Since Pilate found Jesus to be innocent he tried to let Him go free, but because Pilate was afraid of the Jews and Caesar he let Jesus to be crucified. John 19:17-30 The crucifixion and the death of

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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 Luke Chapter 13

Luke 13:1-9 Jesus’ explanation and a parable (or example) about a useless fig tree where if someone is being disobedient, sinful, and/or useless, then God will most likely take their life away. Luke 13:10-17 Jesus healed a woman who was

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Notes for Luke Chapter 12

Luke 12:1-3 Jesus warned people and His disciples to be aware of hypocrisy of the Pharisees (or of the fake religious people). Luke 12:4-12 Jesus encouraged to Not be afraid of anyone or anything except God Himself. – According to

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