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Notes for Mark Chapter 12

Mark 12:1-12 Jesus’ parable of the wicked husbandmen (farmers) which took care of someone’s vineyard. Mark 12:13-17 Some Pharisees and Herodians tried tricking Jesus with their question about taxes in order to accuse Him of something, but Jesus knew their

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Notes for Matthew Chapter 21

Matthew 21:1-11 A miraculous way of getting two donkeys, and Jesus’ entering into Jerusalem as a king. – These days this event is celebrated or remembered as a Palm Sunday. Matthew 21:12-13 Jesus’ cleansing of the temple from buyers and

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Notes for Matthew Chapter 20

Matthew 20:1-16 Jesus explained and compared how the kingdom of heaven is similar to the owner of a vineyard who hired some workers.

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Notes for Isaiah Chapter 5

Isaiah 5:1-7 A parable (or story) in which God compared Israel and its wickedness to His vineyard and its useless fruits. Isaiah 5:8-30 God’s warnings for His people regarding many specific wicked lifestyles, and the prophecy of a coming judgement.

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Notes for 1st Kings Chapter 21

1st Kings 21:1-4 Naboth the Jezreelite refused to give or sell his inherited vineyard to Ahab king of Israel, so Ahab got depressed. 1st Kings 21:5-7 When Jezebel Ahab’s wife saw Ahab being depressed because of the vineyard, she decided

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