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Why are some verses only applied to Jesus in part?

We do not and should not do this (apply part of the verse only). Good exegesis should only be done by the authority of the inspired writings of the NT. Put another way, if the NT did not exist, we ...
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What exercise makes one skilful in the Word of God?

This seems to be a most unique example in scripture. Ch.5:9-14 differentiates between an immature understanding (milk) verses a mature (strong meat;full age) interpretation. First we bare in mind that ...
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What exercise makes one skilful in the Word of God?

As a former organic chemist I have learned to take the result of each experiment seriously. In Biblical terms: take each verse (passage) seriously. (1) Go from the clear text to the unclear text and ...
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What exercise makes one skilful in the Word of God?

Discernment (distinguishing good from evil v14 or identifying what is Godly and what is not) is something a follower of Christ should do everywhere, all the time. This is not just to be used ...
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What exercise makes one skilful in the Word of God?

It really should be applied throughout the entire book of Hebrews, and the Bible. Hebrews 5:14 NKJV 14 But solid food belongs to those who are of full age, that is, those who by reason of use have ...
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What exercise makes one skilful in the Word of God?

What exercise makes one skilful in the Word of God? My answer may be one of the many. Itis found in Timothy 2:15. 2 Timothy 2:15 YLT be diligent to present thyself approved to God -- a workman ...
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What exercise makes one skilful in the Word of God?

The KJV is slightly misleading in Heb 5:14. Here are two modern versions that help: BLB: But solid food is for the mature, the ones by constant use having trained the senses for distinguishing both ...
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