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Psalm 22 - Psalm of the Sob

What is shared in Psalm 22 is far beyond any of David’s own experiences. It is impossible to miss the fact that the Psalmist is referring to a man who is in agony, and he describes the depths of that suffering. The Psalm shows the innermost thoughts of God’s Son and His firm faith in His Father amid the severest physical and psychological pain.

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Proverbs 31: The Virtuous Woman

Young women should memorize this passage, because “virtuous” in verse 10, means strong and valuable. If you want to add to your value as a wife or a future wife, you must note that there is no pessimism any place in this passage. It’s all positive.

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Psalm 100 - The Psalm of Praise

Ancient scribes have titled this Psalm, “The Psalm of Praise.” It is the only Psalm bearing this exact title.

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Pagan Gods Mentioned in the Bible

This is a list of the pagan gods in the New King James Version of the Bible.

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Key Words from Romans - A Primer

Here are key words and their definitions from the book of Romans.

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Israel: God’s Undefeatable People

This is a brief contemporary chronology of Israel’s history since 1914:

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Is the Bible Inspired?

So what exactly is meant by the “inspiration of Scripture?” Although the full explanation is far beyond human comprehension, it involves the method in which God kept His Word free from error.

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Contrasts and Comparisons in Hebrews

Here are seventy samples, as set forth in the Book of Hebrews and the New Testament. When only chapter and verse are given, the reference is in the book of Hebrews.

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Chronology of the Old Testament

All dates in this chronology are B.C. (before Christ).  Many dates are “circa” (approximate), and opinions vary dramatically.

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Chronology of the First Century

Inasmuch as the Biblical chronology of the first century is uncertain, all dates are circa and may vary. However, most competent scholars agree the books of the New Testament were written in the order seen here.

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