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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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[Just to make my bias clear up front, I don't agree with the NASB's interpretation in this instance.] I don't know any of the NASB translators personally (I'm not famous or anything thankfully), so I don't know for sure why they interpreted this passage in this way. C. Stirling Bartholomew explained the most likely possibilities (in my opinion). I'm ...


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Rev. 1:10 I was in the spirit on the Lord’s day, and I heard behind me a loud voice like a trumpet Rev. 4:1   After this I looked, and there in heaven a door stood open! And the first voice, which I had heard speaking to me like a trumpet, said, “Come up here, and I will show you what must take place after this.” Rev. 1:10 ἐγενόμην ἐν ...


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Let's read back a bit in Matthew 16 starting at verse 13(ESV): 13 Now when Jesus came into the district of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, “Who do people say that the Son of Man is?” 14 And they said, “Some say John the Baptist, others say Elijah, and others Jeremiah or one of the prophets.” 15 He said to them, “But who do you say ...


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Interesting to me today I made a connection to the use of mud on the mans eyes. JESUS had just explained that the man had been born blind intentionally by God for His glory not because of any sin... The miracle occurred at the pool which is symbolic of the anointing of the Holy Spirit JESUS received in water baptism. So I saw it as a symbolic process; The ...


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The articular infinitive is fun, isn’t it? This may be the most common construction in the Koine Greek that is has no real English equivalent. I’m a little confused about the way the sentence was parsed by your friends in the first paragraph, but I’ll explain it as I understand it and perhaps that will be helpful. The verse: καὶ νῦν δόξασόν με σύ, ...


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A scripture of remarkable interest! First of all, it is important to recognize that Jesus in not actually accomplishing the act of giving them the Holy Ghost. Instead, this seems to be John's account of the same declaration found by Luke where Christ commanded His disciples to "tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem until ye be endued with power from on high" ...


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If you read the whole chapter you will see that he was talking to the Pharasees they were the ones that was out to kill him and yes they are Abraham's seed and also never in bondage. The seed whoever that were in bondage was Jacobs seed. The most high promised him to be the father of many nations that was the covenant with Abraham but he later did another ...


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Answer: μονογενοῦς is used in Greek, as a term for the child with Birthright. It is a compound of two parts, μονο and γένος, literally, "One Offspring/Kindred/Race ... However, given the contexts, and extant literature, this term has a specific connotation--a sense of Birthright and Inheritance, not necessarily the "only child." γένος, Greek: ...


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"only begotten God" is supported by P66, P75, Alef, B, C, 33; all from Egypt; all poor, dead-end manuscripts. "only begotten Son" is supported by: A Cc Q 1 10 13 35 47 60 69 83 118 157 263 382 480 489 544 700 703 726 788 825 927 943 1005 1006 1023 1113 1190 1195 1200 1201 1217 1232 1242 1247 1251 1313 1319 1322 1341 1342 1355 1476 1478 1492 1582 2322vid ...


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Question Restatement: Did the Jewish authorities in Israel have the authority to execute people? Answer: Absolutely. According to the texts, the Jews certainly had authority in Israel, including the power to execute--especially the Herodians, (Wikipedia Link). This is why Pilate sent Jesus to Herod's jurisdiction in the first place. Acts 12:19, ...


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The first part of this scripture says a lot But Jesus for his part did not entrust himself to them... About Jesus, and gives us a very good example. What you said To entrust is to put someone or something in someone else's care. Is entirely true, Jesus put Himself into God's Care, and didn't put Himself into the care of a man. What this ...


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That which proceeded from the lords mouth onto the ground and which as made into clay to anoint his eyes - I think is a picture of the words of Christ (the gospel to all) applied - faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God. In obeying the instructions to baptise himself in Siloam. I t would be complete cleansing and typical of the Gospel to those ...



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