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Notes for Mark Chapter 2

Mark 2:1-12 Jesus’ miracle of healing (and forgiving the sins) of a paralyzed (or palsied) man. Mark 2:13-17 Jesus called Levi (the tax collector) to His ministry and then He had a meal (or feast) at Levi’s house. Mark 2:18-22

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Notes for Ezra Chapter 4

Ezra 4:1-5 When Israel’s local enemies were denied in helping build the Lord’s temple, they began to interrupt the temple’s construction.

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Notes for Ezra Chapter 3

Ezra 3:1-6 The Israelites rebuilt God’s altar, celebrated the feast of tabernacles, and began worshiping and offering to the Lord. Ezra 3:7-13 The rebuilding of the temple and the celebration because of the temple’s foundation being set.

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Notes for Ezra Chapter 1

Ezra 1:1-4 God inspired Cyrus king of Persia to let the Jews go to Jerusalem and build God’s temple. Ezra 1:5-11 The return of the captives and Cyrus king of Persia even returned the vessels (or dishes) which were taken

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 29

2nd Chronicles 29:1-2 Hezekiah reigned righteously over Judah for 29 years. 2nd Chronicles 29:3-11 In the first month of his reign Hezekiah reopened God’s temple and asked the priests and the Levites to restart their God-given duties. 2nd Chronicles 29:12-17

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 8

2nd Chronicles 8:1-6 Solomon’s additional construction projects after finishing the temple and his own house. 2nd Chronicles 8:7-10 Solomon made foreigners pay taxes and as servants, but to Israelites Solomon gave higher position jobs. 2nd Chronicles 8:11 Solomon moved his

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 5

2nd Chronicles 5:1-10 After the construction of God’s temple got finished, the Levites and the priests brought the ark and the tabernacle with its accessories into the temple. 2nd Chronicles 5:11-14 As soon as the Levites began praising the Lord

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Notes for 2nd Chronicles Chapter 2

2nd Chronicles 2:1-2 Solomon began preparing to build the temple of the Lord. 2nd Chronicles 2:3-10 Solomon’s letter of request to Huram (or Hiram) king of Tyre. 2nd Chronicles 2:11-16 Huram’s (or Hiram’s) answering letter to Solomon king of Israel.

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Notes for 1st Chronicles Chapter 29

1st Chronicles 29:1-9 David’s and Israel’s willful offerings for the construction of the Lord’s temple. 1st Chronicles 29:10-19 David publicly thanked and praised the Lord God Almighty for the miraculous offerings.

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Notes for 1st Chronicles Chapter 28

1st Chronicles 28:1-8 David’s public speech to all Israel before making Solomon as the next king of Israel. 1st Chronicles 28:9-21 David’s speech to his son Solomon regarding the kingship and the construction of the Lord’s temple. Then David gave

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