Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved.” (Acts 4:12)
(Nehemiah 11:3) These are the provincial leaders who settled in Jerusalem (now some Israelites, priests, Levites, temple servants and descendants of Solomon’s servants lived in the towns of Judah, each on their own property in the various towns,
Book of scriptures notes: 11:3-24 This list parallels 1Ch 9:2–21, a rundown of the primary inhabitants in Jerusalem after the arrival from Babylonia. About a large portion of the names in the two records are the same.
(Numbers 34.1-12) Boundaries of Canaan
(Galatians 5:13) You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh; rather, serve one another humbly in love.
Which of them will love him more?
(See note on Acts 2:38) Repent and be baptized.
John the Baptist did not advise soldiers to go into another profession. . .
They must not be injurious to the people among whom they were quartered, and over whom indeed they were set: “Do violence to no man. Your business is to keep the peace, and prevent men’s doing violence to one another; but do not you do violence to any.
Here we learn that the gospel is not ours, but God’s; and that men are but the keepers of it; for this we are to praise God.
Though Messiah (Mt 1:1-17)
Nathan, brother of Solomon, upwards (Lu 3:31).
Nicolaitans. A heretical sect within the church that had worked out a compromise with the pagan society. Its adherents apparently taught that spiritual liberty gave them sufficient leeway to…