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Revelation 8:13

Revelation 8:6–13 follows a lengthy hush in heaven, after which seven angels receive seven trumpets and another angel mixes the prayers of the saints with...
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Revelation 14:11

Some modern religious teachers recoil at the thought of eternal punishment. However, the Bible clearly teaches that all who do not believe in Jesus as...
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Luke 5:16

(Read Luke 5:12-16) This man is said to be full of leprosy; he had that distemper in a high degree, which represents our natural pollution by...
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Romans 10:10

Context Summary Romans 10:5–13 explores how Israel’s people have, for the most part, rejected God by refusing to trust in Christ. Instead of waiting for...
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James 3:10

Context Summary James 3:1–12 discusses talking. This passage continues James’s big idea that faith and works go together. Specifically, that what one does (or says)...
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Acts 20:24

In Acts 20:17–27, Paul begins his farewell to the elders of Ephesus. He and his team leave Troas and sail to Miletus, south of Ephesus,...
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James 5:16

Context Summary James 5:13–20 closes out the letter by encouraging those who believe in God to show it. This is most readily shown by praying in response...
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Ephesians 1:7

Context Summary Ephesians 1:3–14 praises God for the blessings He has provided. Paul ties together the ideas of predestination, God’s glory, the salvation of His...
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2 Corinthians 2:14

Context Summary Second Corinthians 2:12–17 briefly continues Paul’s story of deciding not to come to Corinth until learning whether they were ready. He hoped to...
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Hebrews 11:1

Context Summary Hebrews 11:1–3 defines faith using words which are frequently quoted, and also frequently misunderstood. As with the rest of the book of Hebrews,...