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PHILIPPIANS Introduction (verses 1-11) Salutation (vv. 1, 2) Thanksgiving (vv. 3-8) Petition (vv. 9-11) Verses 1, 2: Three things in Paul’s letters: 1)    Writer 2)    Readers 3)    Greeting 1)    Writer (v. 1) – lists his associate’s name, Timothy -    his offices – bondslaves of Christ Jesus -    His apostleship is not mentioned here. The absence   Read More …

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ECCLESIASTES 5:1-6 1) When going to the throne of God, we should go in reverence (Exodus 3:5), and there it should not be the formal worship of a foolish man whose conscience is untouched so that, in spite of his worship, he lives in sin. Our prayers and promises to God should be thoughtfully and   Read More …

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STUDY OUTLINE OF EXODUS KEY WORD Redemption MEANING OF EXODUS “Way out” or “Outgoing” OUTSTANDING CHARACTER Moses OUTSTANDING EVENTS Training of Moses, ten plagues, institution of the Passover, the Exodus, giving of the Law, prescription of a ritual, appointment of a priesthood, construction of the Tabernacle The connection between Genesis and Exodus is intimate: Genesis   Read More …

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STUDY OUTLINE OF DEUTERONOMY KEY WORD Obedience KEY VERSE “Behold, I set before you this day a blessing and a curse: a blessing, if ye obey the commandments of the Lord your God…and a curse, if ye will not obey the commandments of the Lord your God.” (11:26-28) “Deuteronomy” is from a Greek word meaning   Read More …

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NOTES ON PSALM 85 The outstanding peculiarity of this Psalm is its sudden transitions of feeling. Beginning with exuberant thanksgiving for restoration of the nation (vv 1-3), it passing, without intermediate gradations, to complaints of God’s continued wrath and entreaties for restoration (vv 4-7), and then suddenly rises to joyous assurance of inward and outward   Read More …

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STUDY OUTLINE OF GENESIS TITLE OF THE BOOK The title Genesis, which is Greek, means “origin,” and the first word in the Hebrew means “beginning,” words which indicate bot the scope and the limits of the book. As to Scope, Genesis tells us the beginning of everything, except God. As to Limit, it is only   Read More …

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