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Notes for 1st Corinthians Chapter 7

1st Corinthians 7:1-16 Paul’s teachings for men, women, husbands, and wives about being single or married, and about self-control and divorce. 1st Corinthians 7:17-35 Paul’s teachings about God’s calling, circumcision, married people, and about single people. 1st Corinthians 7:36-40 Paul’s

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Notes for Luke Chapter 8

Luke 8:1-3 Some details of Jesus’ ministry. Luke 8:4-15 Jesus’ parable about a sower who’s seeds fell in different places like: by the wayside, upon a rock, among thorns, and on the good ground.

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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 Matthew Chapter 12

Matthew 12:1-8 Jesus defended His disciples from the accusations of Pharisees for supposedly breaking the Sabbath. Matthew 12:9-21 Jesus healed a man’s sick hand on a Sabbath and tried explaining to Pharisees that it’s okay to do well (or good

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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 Ecclesiastes Chapter 9

Ecclesiastes 9:1-3 Solomon’s disappointment about everyone (the good and the bad) dying the same way. Ecclesiastes 9:4-6 The benefits of being alive. Ecclesiastes 9:7-10 Encouragement to enjoy your food, drinks, and your wife, and to do whatever you are able

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 22

2nd Chronicles 22:1-5 Ahaziah (or Azariah, or Jehoahaz) king of Judah reigned wickedly for 1 year. 2nd Chronicles 22:6-9 The destruction and punishment of Ahaziah king of Judah, Joram king of Israel, and of Ahab’s relatives.

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 21

2nd Chronicles 21:1 After Jehoshaphat’s death, his son Jehoram reigned over Judah. 2nd Chronicles 21:2-4 Jehoram killed his brothers which had fortified cities and some riches. 2nd Chronicles 21:5-7 Jehoram reigned wickedly over Judah for 8 years. – One big

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 13

2nd Chronicles 13:1-2 Abijah reigned over Judah for 3 years. 2nd Chronicles 13:3 Preparation for the war between Abijah with 400,000 soldiers and Jeroboam with 800,000 soldiers.

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 11

2nd Chronicles 11:1-4 Rehoboam wanted to go fight against Israel to take back the complete kingdom of Israel, but after God’s warning he canceled his plans for battle. 2nd Chronicles 11:5-12 Rehoboam built and extremely fortified many cities in Judah.

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