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For sure Peter did not have the pictures or photographs of Moses and Elijah to recognize them! So Peter recognizing them on his own was an impossible task. Which he didn't do it by himself Let us see how, on another occasion, Peter recognized a greater Person than Moses and Elijah. This is found in the very preceding Chapter. Here Jesus asked His disciples ...


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Parable of yeast is to me a metaphor for the work of the Father, Son and Spirit (the 3 balls of dough) and the workings and transformation within a believers life over time allocated.The yeast cannot be seen to work but its manifestations are dramatic, growing over time and undoubted.. as is regeneration. The Mustard seed parable to me is the bigger picture ...


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I think that some context is perhaps important here. While all of the sayings and teachings may have been directly revealed to Muhammad, almost none of it was written down his most devout disciples started to die out. This is very similar to how the Gospels came about: there were very few records from the first twenty years of Christianity, but by the middle ...


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The Gospel starts at Genesis and ends at Revelation. The bible is dispensational. This is the key to understanding it. God's, word shows us in the shadow of things. (Types and shadows) our need for a Savior. Jesus Christ is mentioned in the first chapter of Genesis, his coming is also foretold in Genesis 3, God's children are the seed of Abraham. The bible ...


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Why was Jesus baptised by John the Baptist? John was known for offering a baptism of repentance for those Israelites who wanted to experience a revival of their faith and make a public commitment to be more faithful. John objected to Jesus presenting himself for baptism. Matthew 3:13-15 Then cometh Jesus from Galilee to Jordan unto John, to be ...


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John the Baptist was recognised by Jesus as "The greatest among those born of a woman." So this means that John was greater than Moses, greater than Elijah, Or Elisha, Perhaps, even greater than Abraham. John the baptist also introduced himself as "The voice shouting in the desert". He was to change people's hearts to God, just as Elijah did when the whole ...


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Does the Forgiveness of sins hang and depend on the greatest commandments? When Jesus spent his time on Earth, he would have lived by the greatest commandments; this would have been the greatest way he could respond to each and every situation in his life. But how did Jesus love all his neighbours as he loved himself, Judas who betrayed him, the soldiers ...



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