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Question by Daniel Rinker

What is a caul?

Leviticus 4:1 - 6:30

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Where is Matthew 17:21?

Matthew 17:20

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Answer by Bud Murley , Christian

What can I do to receive Jesus as my personal savior?

There are a lot of good answers here, but this is important, type in quotation marks "keep the commandments" in the search bar above. The New King James...

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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What understanding does a fool have?

The ESV translation better describes this verse. "A fool takes no pleasure in understanding, but only in expressing his opinion." We can assume most likely a...

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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What are the high places?

The term "high places" refer to places of idol worship on elevated higher ground. It typically has an altar (Leviticus 26:30) and a stone pillar or wooden...

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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What are the high places?

The term "high places" refer to places of idol worship on elevated higher ground. It typically has an altar (Leviticus 26:30) and a stone pillar or wooden...

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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What are the high places?

The term "high places" refer to places of idol worship on elevated higher ground. It typically has an altar (Leviticus 26:30) and a stone pillar or wooden...

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Question by Sean Conway

What are the high places?

2 Kings 15:4

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Answer by Adrien Coleman , {Son of a KING}

What does "unstable" mean in 2 Peter 3:16?

You're uncertain not stable in all your ways of thinking you can't make any decisions and keep it.When a strong wind comes you're toss to and from not...

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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Why did Judas bring weapons?

Judas had every intention to confront Jesus and the other disciples by force. He could not comprehend the idea that Jesus would willingly die to fulfill his...

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Why did Judas bring weapons?

John 18:3

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Question by Anonymous
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Why did Judas bring weapons?

John 18:3

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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Who were the half-tribe of Manasseh?

When the Israelites were planning to cross the Jordan river, the tribe of Reuben, Gad and half the tribe of Manasseh decided to stay back and settle in...

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Question by Stephen M , Early retired. Enjoying the time God has given me.

Why will some who are sons of the kingdom be excluded?

Who are the sons of the kingdom that will be excluded from the kingdom and thrown into outer darkness?

Matthew 8:12

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Why will some who are sons of the kingdom be excluded?

Jesus was speaking in reference Gentiles and Jews. The context of this discussion is the Centurion's faith. Though he was a Gentile, he had more faith in...

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