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Notes for James Chapter 1

James 1:1 Introduction of James’s letter for the scattered 12 Jewish tribes. James 1:2-8 James encouraged to rejoice in hardships/trials in life, and to ask God for wisdom in faith. James 1:9-11 Encouragement for the poor/humble and warning for the

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Notes for Hebrews Chapter 4

Hebrews 4:1-13 Encouragements to obey God’s Word and for the people of God (Christians or Jews?) to continue keeping the Sabbath. Hebrews 4:14-16 Explanation and benefits of Jesus Christ being as the high priest (or the defender) of Christians.

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Notes for Ephesians Chapter 2

Ephesians 2:1-10 Paul explained that people are saved by grace through faith and not by their works, it’s the gift of God so people wouldn’t be able to boast. Ephesians 2:11-22 Paul explained the unity of all believers (Jews and

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Notes for Romans Chapter 11

Romans 11:1-36 Paul explained to Gentiles that God made Israel spiritually blind for a limited time only, so more of the Gentiles would get saved, and at the end God will still save all of the Israel. Also, Paul warned

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Notes for Romans Chapter 9

Romans 9:1-5 Paul’s love and respect for the Jews. Romans 9:6-33 Paul explained God’s unique relationship with some people (some get more mercy, or compassion, or hardships than the others), and an issue between God and many of the Jews

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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 Acts Chapter 28

Acts 28:1-6 Paul, the prisoners, the soldiers, and other people who escaped from the shipwreck, all came out on the island called Melita.

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Notes for Acts Chapter 25

Acts 25:1-12 The accusations from the Jews against Paul before the new governor – Porcius Festus, and Paul’s defense (or excuse, or justification) and request for Caesar’s judgement. Acts 25:13-27 Governor Festus informed king Agrippa and king Bernice about Paul’s

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Notes for Acts Chapter 24

Acts 24:1-9 An orator named Tertullus with some Jews accused Paul before Felix the governor.

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