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Patterns of participant reference in Mark 3:21 & 3:31 This post is focused on just one aspect of the question. The move from vague to explicit participant reference in Mark 3:21 & 3:31 which raises questions about the identity of "His own people" in Mark 3:21. Mark 3:21 NASB When His own people heard of this, they went out to take custody ...


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I think the writers of the Holy Bible, Kings James Version, copied and plagiarized the life identity of Horus and bestowed it upon Jesus. It is strange how this fictional character named Jesus didn't not leave any carbon footsteps or writings of his own. Why is it that other people have to write about this historical person they called Jesus. The question ...


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12 basket represents the perfect government, even it is a perfect government without full of loaves its nothing and useless.Any form,government and strategies without the Bread of Life is nothing


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Friends or Family? καὶ ἀκούσαντες οἱ παρ' αὐτοῦ ἐξῆλθον κρατῆσαι αὐτόν· ἔλεγον γὰρ ὅτι ἐξέστη( Mark 3:21 Textus Receptus Stephanus 1550) "And having heard (of it), those belonging to him went out to seize him they said indeed he is out of his mind."(Interlinear translation) The "οἱ παῥ αὐτοῦ," (those of one's family, i. e. his kinsmen, ...


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The miracle of turning water into wine at his mother’s behest (John 2:1-11) does seem to prove that Mary believed in Jesus, while Mark 3:20 suggests otherwise. Consider the verse in Mark for a moment, in the broader context of verses 3:20-30: 20 Then Jesus entered a house, and again a crowd gathered, so that he and his disciples were not even able to ...


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The answer Christ gave was specific to the forcefulness by which He, through the power of the Holy Spirit, began plundering Satan's kingdom. The Scribes had charged Jesus with being in collusion with Beelzebub in His ministry of casting out demons. Jesus had also been charged with lunacy because of the zeal by which He went about his ministry; being ...


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I find it interesting to see how many times questions are asked here that impute bias and ill motives to the translators of the NWT. Of course, it is even more interesting to see how often people offering an answer are willing to jump aboard and do the same, since, presumably, those offering answers would be persons more disposed to objective analysis. To ...


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When the high priest sprinkled blood onto the arc in the holy of holies, the blood was accepted by the Father. When Jesus came out of the grave he had to ascend to the Father and have His sacrifice accepted which the Father did. He didn't want Mary touching him before He ascended



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