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Notes for 1st Timothy Chapter 4

1st Timothy 4:1-6 Paul warned Timothy about  false teachers and hypocrites in the later days, and he explained that every God-created creature is Okay to eat if it’s being received with thanks, prayer, and the word of God. 1st Timothy

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Notes for 1st Corinthians Chapter 10

1st Corinthians 10:1-22 Paul explained and compared Israel’s time in the desert to the Christian’s life today, Israel’s lifestyle and punishments are the example warnings for the Christians today. 1st Corinthians 10:23-33 Paul explained how everything is lawful (or aloud)

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Notes for John Chapter 13

John 13:1-17 Jesus Christ the Son of God washed His disciples’ feet as an example of humbleness for them and for all the Christians.

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Notes for Luke Chapter 16

Luke 16:1-12 Jesus’ example or parable about a dishonest steward. Luke 16:13-18 Jesus reply to  Pharisees after they mocked Him. Luke 16:19-31 Jesus’ story about a rich man and Lazarus the poor man.

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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 Zechariah Chapter 6

Zechariah 6:1-8 The vision about the 4 chariots with different horses – meaning winds. Zechariah 6:9-15 Prophecy regarding Joshua – as a symbol, sign, or example of the Priest, King, or Jesus Christ.

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Notes for Ezekiel Chapter 24

Ezekiel 24:1-2 A prophecy of when Babylonians will surround the Jerusalem. Ezekiel 24:3-14 A parable against Jerusalem using a boiling pot with good meat and bones in it. Ezekiel 24:15-27 God used the death of Ezekiel’s wife as an example,

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Notes for Ezekiel Chapter 4

Ezekiel 4:1-17 God’s instructions for Ezekiel to be a prophesying example against the Jews where he would have to lay on his left side for 390 days because of the people of Israel and on his right side for 40

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Notes for Jeremiah Chapter 35

Jeremiah 35:1-19 God used the family of Rechabites as an example of obedience for the stubborn people of Judah, and then God rewarded the sons of Rechab for obeying their father. – This chapter holds a good example of how

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Notes for Jeremiah Chapter 27

Jeremiah 27:1-22 When the messengers of the kings of Edom, Moab, Ammonites, Tyrus, and Zidon came to Jerusalem unto Zedekiah king of Judah, God sent Jeremiah with some bonds and yokes to prophesy and warn all of those nations and

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