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Dark Waters And Thick Clouds - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... first reference to “the Spirit of God” (Genesis 1:2), He is seen as “moving” in the presence of the primeval waters, the word being the same as that for the fluttering movement of the wings of a great bird. This...
Genesis 22:15: the angel of the LORD - Study Note
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because of His ability to personally promise the blessings in Genesis 22:16-18. Also note Genesis...
Genesis 22:11
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... the angel of the LORD called unto him out of heaven, and said, Abraham, Abraham: and he said, Here am...
1 Samuel 3:10: Samuel, Samuel - Study Note
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... Note His similar call to Moses (Exodus 3:4), to Abraham (Genesis 22:11), to Jerusalem (Matthew 23:37) and to Paul (Acts...
Acts 9:4: Saul, Saul - Study Note
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... importance. Other examples include the following: Abraham (Genesis 22:11); Moses (Exodus 3:4); Samuel (I Samuel 3:10); Absalom (II Samuel 18:33); Jerusalem (Matthew 23:37); Simon Peter (Luke 22:31)....
Immortality - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - dust shalt thou return" was God's pronouncement to Adam (Genesis 3:19). But the Creator cannot be defeated in His purpose for creation, so He has provided a wonderful redemption for His human creation (that is, for all who will accept it as...
2 Samuel 22:11: wind - Study Note
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... first reference to “the Spirit of God” (Genesis 1:2), He is seen as “moving” in the presence of the primeval waters, with the word the same as that for the fluttering movement of the wings of a great bird. The...
Exodus 3:4: Moses, Moses - Study Note
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... Note also the double calls: “Abraham, Abraham” (Genesis 22:11); “Samuel, Samuel” (I Samuel 3:10); “Simon, Simon” (Luke 22:31,32); “Saul, Saul” (Acts 9:4); and “Jerusalem, Jerusalem”...
CHAPTER 4 - Identifying the Enemy: A Perspective On Opposition
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... the Garden of Eden saying, "Yea, hath God said?" (Genesis 3:1). When mocking did not stop Nehemiah, Sanballat conspired with his friends and began an open conflict with the workmen. Open oppostiion, though initially more frightening...
CHAPTER 9 - Why the Future is Secure: A Perspective On Forgiveness
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... of good and evil, they would "surely die" (Genesis 2:17). They ate and the penalty was death. The reason shedding blood is necessary to redemption is that the "life of the flesh is in the blood" (Leviticus 17:11). If a...
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