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Notes for Hebrews Chapter 11

Hebrews 11:1-40 The definition of faith and its importance, and examples with explanations of faith being put to use.

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Notes for Hebrews Chapter 5

Hebrews 5:1-10 Explanation of Jesus Christ being the High Priest before God the Father for our own benefit. Hebrews 5:11-14 Difference and explanation between 2 types of Christians – unskillful babies and matured adults.

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Notes for Hebrews Chapter 2

Hebrews 2:1-4 The importance of the salvation through Jesus Christ. Hebrews 2:5-18 Explanation of Jesus Christ’s important or heroic works, and of the relationship between Jesus and His followers (or children).

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Notes for Hebrews Chapter 1

Hebrews 1:1-14 Explanation of Jesus Christ’s authority, and of His superiority to (or difference with) the angels.

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Notes for 2nd Corinthians Chapter 1

2nd Corinthians 1:1-2 Paul’s greeting of the church in Corinth in another one of his letters for them. 2nd Corinthians 1:3-11 Paul told Corinthians about his problems in Asia and about God’s comforting and about the benefits of going through

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Notes for Romans Chapter 4

Romans 4:1-25 Using Abraham as an example, Paul clearly explained that people can be justified by faith and not by their deeds or works.

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Notes for Romans Chapter 3

Romans 3:1-31 Paul’s explanation that the Jews and the Gentiles are both sinners, and that God’s law helps us realize that, and that the Jews and the Gentiles are both justified by the grace of God (if they believe in

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Notes for Romans Chapter 2

Romans 2:1-11 Warnings against judging (or criticizing) each other, and the rewards for: a.) Righteous = eternal life, glory, honor, and peace. b.) Unrighteous = indignation, wrath, tribulation, and anguish. Romans 2:12-16 Some details on the judging process for those

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Notes for John Chapter 8

John 8:1-11 Some Pharisees and scribes requested Jesus’ decision or opinion regarding an adulteress which was caught in the actual sin, so Jesus responded very surprisingly. John 8:12-59 Jesus in very basic and detailed explanation tried telling the Jews, the

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Notes for Luke Chapter 18

Luke 18:1-8 Jesus Christ encouraged to keep praying without giving up, following with a parable (or an example) about a widow’s answer to her request. Luke 18:9-14 Jesus’ parable about a Pharisee and a publican in order to humble the

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