The Bible In 50 Days – Notes

These are the notes from a Bible study where you read from Genesis to Revelation straight through on a 50-day schedule.


– water to blood reminds me of Yahshua turning water into wine

– locusts blown away into the Red Sea reminds me of Yahshua casting the demons into pigs and the pigs running off a cliff into the sea

– How does the Father mark us in comparison to nonbelievers?

– Father gave the Israelites favor in the sight of the Egyptians, so the Egyptians allowed the Israelites to plunder them. Proverbs 13:22 A good person leaves an inheritance [provision, righteousness] to his grandchildren, and the wealth of a sinner is stored up for the righteous.

– Our Lord is a consuming fire.


– Did David do the sin offering of the leader?

– You shall not eat blood. The life is in the blood. The blood is for the atonement (covering) of sin. This is what Christ did for us.

– You shall not uncover the nakedness of a sister to rival your wife.

– Do not be a stumbling block to the blind. What were they doing to the blind?

– I just realized that Leviticus repeat itself.

– Sabbath is really important. Yahshua will straighten that day out.

– Land, not walled cities, were important to Yah for inheritances.

– The land vomited out the heathens who went against Yah’s will, so the land was free to become a possession of the Israelites.

– The rules concerning slavery apply spiritually to nonbelievers whom the Lord uses in favor or as punishment for His children. Nebuchadnezzar My servant.

– set loose wild beasts which will rob you of your children (2 Kings 2:23-24, 2 Chronicles 36:16)


– standard – banner or flag – war/defensive formation around the Tabernacle.

– anyone not of the family of Levi could be killed trying to the Levites’ jobs.

– The Levites were given to the Aaronic priesthood to serve the priest as the priests served the Lord.

– Instead of the firstborn males being designated to the Lord (a kingdom of priests), the Lord took all of Levi instead. Was it because of their zeal to serve the Lord?

– the law of jealousy kept an idiot husband from outright killing her, made him look like a fool if nothing bad happened to her after that ritual.

– Phineas defiled himself in his zeal for the Lord; the men of war who spared the Midianite women and male children were ordered to kill them and wash everything and stay outside the camp 7 days.


– The sun, moon, and stars are given to the nations to worship?

– They were to whitewash large stones and write the laws upon them.

– I am thankful we are under a better covenant.

– Wormwood? Like in Revelation? A massive bitterness in the spirit of mankind?

– Hidden (secret) things belong to the Lord, but those things which are revealed belong unto us and to our children for ever, that we may do all the words of this law.

– the words are in your heart and your mouth to do them.

– Is He not your father?

– Rejoice oh Gentiles with His people Deuteronomy 32:43, Romans 15:10

– Joshua got the gift of wisdom because Moses laid his hands on him as the Lord instructed.

– You will reap what you did not plant, live in houses you did not build, drink from wells you did not dig (Proverbs 13:22).


– Ruben, Gad, and the half-tribe of Manessah got their rest (land) for their families and would help their brethren get theirs before they could enjoy it.

– Rehab’s action reminds me of Tamar’s behavior towards Judah.


– Gideon screwed up with accursed objects after the victory and created another enemy for Israel (Abimelech – the title of the Philistine king).

– Olive, fig, grapevine, bramble

– Samson’s father did not trust his wife’s tale. I can see why Jesus revealed Himself to women first. He was the Angel of the Lord “I am.”

– God used Samson’s sins to judge the Philistines.

– Deborah served as a judge longer than most.

– Samson knew where his strength came from.

– Samson broke Torah by burning wheat fields.

– Phineas was high priest during the siege of Benjamites.

I Samuel

– God appointed judges; Samuel was not supposed to appoint his sons, who were wicked like Eli’s sons.

– Samuel either did not know, forgot, or ignored the Torah portion about the future king (Genesis 17:6, Genesis 17:16, Genesis 35:11, Deuteronomy 17:14-20).

– Saul had the Spirit of the Lord upon him to inspire a righteous anger to save Gibeon.

– Ichabod’s nephew, Ahijah, was wearing an ephod, meaning he served as a priest.

– Saul saying “…the Lord YOUR God,” sounds like an insult.

– David started playing for and found favor with Saul before David slew Goliath. David became his armor bearer.

– Was Jesse an Ephraimite or an Ephrathite? Ephrath (that is, Bethlehem) – the English translation can go either way.

– David’s brothers were jealous of his favor with the king.

– 1 Samuel 19, God used Saul’s anointing against him to distract him and his servant so David could escape.

– I loved the way Saul called Johnathan a traitor.

– Saul was insane with moments of sanity.

– Nabal was Caleb’s descendant.

– Did Abigail curse her husband Nabal?

– Johnathan was still under an oath and had to die by Saul’s declaration.

– The medium at Endor slaughtered a fattened calf and kneaded, baked Saul unleavened bread – that is something symbolic here. May the Lord reveal it by His timing.

– Two times David spoke to the Lord through the ephod, the priestly apron.

– David’s kindness to the ill Egyptian slave helped save their families.

– David forced the men to return the tired ones’ belongings since they guarded the area.

II Samuel

– Bragging about something you did not do can get you killed.

– The Lord commanded judges over the house of Israel.

– The Lord will chasten the future king with the “rod” of foreigners (war), but keep the bloodline going, unlike Saul’s.

– David’s throne will be established forever.

– David’s physical conquests remind me of the Great Commission of Yahshua, and when He becomes King of the Earth in Revelation.

– David’s behavior towards women symbolizes believers abusing the Lord’s redemption and His grace over their lives.

– The first baby boy from Bathsheba paid the price for David’s sin.

– The woman Joab used to change David’s mind concerning Absolom declared David’s wisdom came from the Angel of the Lord. So did Mephibosheth.

– Absolom had his servants set Joab’s field on fire (against Torah) to get his attention concerning David.

– the priests took the Ark of the Covenant when David was on the run; David told them and the priests who are prophets to go back.

– David was inspired by Yah to number the people, but 1 Chronicles 21:1 says that it was Satan. The answer is in Job and 2 Thessalonians 2:9-12.

I Kings

– Solomon fulfilled the prophecy against the house of Eli serving before the Lord.

– Only the two tablets of stone were in the Ark when they moved it to the new Temple.

– Solomon’s prayer of the Temple’s dedication, when he said “…then hear in heaven…” and asked something from the Lord, reminds me of Jesus saying, “Whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.”

– Solomon, ”…for there is no one who does not sin.” “…that He will never leave us and nor forsake us…”

– King Hiram did not like the cities in Galilee Solomon had given him.

– Jereboam got what God said and still disobeyed.

– The man of God who came from Judah also disobeyed and was killed by a lion, but the donkey survived. Woe to those who become prophets? That story always puzzled me.

– The children and grandchildren of Northern Israel’s kings paid the price of their sins.

– Omri bought a hill called Samaria, named after the previous owner, Shemer, for 2 talents.

– God said, “I have commanded a widow to feed you [Elijah].” Guided her?

– When the widow’s son had died, she declared, “Why have you come, o man of God? Are you here to bring my sin to remembrance?” A prophet was not seen as a good sign, but judgment or condemnation. Woe to those who wish to be a prophet. I want to be a prophet to do an end-around on man-made restriction upon me in these denominations.

– Even Elijah accused God of killing her son. Jesus turned that around by saying, “This is for the glory of the Lord.” The widow, upon receiving her living child again, said, I know by this you are truely a man of God and every word you say is true.”

– The Angel of the Lord said, “Eat and drink, for the journey is too great for you.” Father Yah knows our condition. We can ask him how we are to take care of ourselves.

-The second time someone got killed by a lion for not obeying the word of God. The prophets were so weird back then, lots of dark humor.

– Elijah’s plan to turn Northern Israel back to God failed.

– Ahab complained about the prophet Micaiah prophesying against him, like it was the prophet’s fault bad things have happened to Ahab and not the correction of the Lord.

– A prophet smacked Micaiah saying, “When has the word of the Lord gone from me to you?”

– Dogs licked up Ahab’s blood while it was being washed off his chariot. Why mention the harlots bathing nearby?

II Kings

– Elijah dressed like John the Baptist.

– Elijah called fire from heaven 3X.

– The captain of the third fifty humbled himself for his sake and the lives of his 50 men, “Let my life and the lives of these men be precious in your sight.”

– The sons of the prophets bowed down and said, “The spirit of Elijah rests upon Elisha.”

– Northern Israel, Southern Judah, and Edom came together to fight Moab.

– Jehoshaphat always inquired of the Lord through a prophet, although he did it late one time.

– Elisha said, “Bring me a musician. When then musician played, Elisha prophesied. The Lord was having a ball operating through his prophets, LOL! I want to experience some of that!

– Moab said, “The water is blood. Surely the kings have struck one another.” Was that common back then?

– The king of Moab offered his firstborn son as a sacrifice on the wall. It turned back the 3 kings’ armies. How much more did Christ’s sacrifice do?

– Yah can close off information to His prophets for a purpose, to make Elisha revive her son.

– I did a write-up on the dirt Namaam took. Namaan’s asking for a pardon for false worship reminds me of Daniel and his friends in the school of the Babylonian wise men.

– Elisha, through the Lord, spared the Syrian army from Northern Israel’s wrath, had the army fed, and sent back home. Bless your enemies.

– The Father confused the Syrian army and they ran, leaving behind their camp intact. A bunch of lepers found it. The dude who insulted Elisha was trampled. LOL!

– God set it up to help the woman with the resurrected son again.

– Hezekiah pointed out how the defeated kingdoms threw away their idols because they were not real.

– Sennacherib ran to Ninevah, his sons killed him, one reigned over Assyria, was this the king Jonah spoke to? Did the Assyrians know about what the Lord did for Hezekiah and Southern Judah? Is this why they repented at Jonah’s word from the Lord?

– Hezekiah, first king of Judah after Israel’s destruction during his reign.

– Hezekiah’s extended life spawned Manasseh.

– The sun going backwards as a sign to Hezekiah.

– Joash and Josiah are similar.

– Nehusta, Jehoiachin’s mother, her name reminds me of the bronze snake Moses had made and Hezekiah destroyed because the people worship it (Nehushtan).

I Chronicles

– Edom had a king before Israel.

– More genealogies of kings and priests, naming mighty men

– Shimri, although not the firstborn, but his father made him first.

– Satan urged David to number the people

– David saw the angel of death with a sword; once David obeyed and set up the altar at a threshing floor, the angel put his sword away.

II Chronicles

– Jereboam rejected the official priests of the Lord and appointed his own for the high place, the demons, and the calves.

– Asa imprisoned the seer who told Asa he would have war because he relied on a foreigner king and not God.

– Jehoshaphat and Ahab in thrones on a threshing floor?

– I wonder, how do these stories of the kings who were righteous apply to us today? Are we missing something?

– Jehoram killed his six brothers, who were better than him, according to the prophet.

– Jehoram married to Ahab’s daughter, Athaliah (the only female king, 6 years), and his mother was also a daughter of Ahab?

– Edom revolted against Southern Judah’s rule–prophecy fulfilled.

– Jehoram was not buried with the kings (his fathers).

– Jehosheba, the daughter of King Jehoram and wife of the priest Jehoiada, was Ahaziah’s sister. The priests did marry women from Judah’s line and vise versa.

– Jehoiada lived 130 years; Joash went bad afterwards.

– Jehoiada’s son, a priest named Zechariah, prophesied against Joash; Joash had him killed.

– Joash not buried with his fathers.

– Uzziah was buried in the field of the kings because he was a leper.

– Ahaz was a piece of work and was buried in the field not the tomb.

– The war was also about whose god was better.

– Hezekiah ordered the priests to sanctify themselves and cleanse the Temple, 8 days to clean, 16th day, the repairs were complete.

– The Levites had to help skin the sacrifices because there were too few priests and other priests weren’t purified yet. The Levites were more diligent in purifying themselves than the priests.

– Hezekiah prayed for the unclean people who ate the Passover lamb; God heard him and healed them. Healed them from what?

– Travelers from Northern Israel participated.

– God paid attention when a king humbled himself for the Lord’s sake.

– I get tired of “Is it not written in such-and-such book?”

– the land is a she; she enjoyed her shabbot of 70 years.


– Both believers and unbelievers can be provoked by God depending on the person’s mentality. Cyrus had the idea of the conquered people to keep their cultures to help control them better.

– Ezra and Nehemiah returned to Jerusalem with Zarubbabel in the first wave.

– Artaxerxes sent a letter response which caused the stopping of the rebuilding of the Temple.

– Ezra’s bloodline back to Zadok and Aaron.

– Artaxerxes now supported the rebuilding of the Temple, thanks to Cyrus’ letter someone found and to avoid curses. Was this after Esther’s revelation of Haman’s plot against the Jews?

– Ezra called a fast to humble themselves to seek after the Lord for protection against any enemies for their trip to Jerusalem with children, using possessions.

– Ezra’s prayer of regret and hope.

– The men put away the pagan wives and children.


– Nehemiah’s prayer of confession and remembrance of Yah’s covenant.

– Nehemiah recognized God’s work in his life and testified about it to others.

– When Ezra opened the book of the Lord, all the people stood up – the Jews still do that today.

– They hadn’t celebrated Succoth since the days of Joshua.

– Ezra’s sermon of generational sin and repentance.

– Nehemiah’s prayer of frustration


– Vashti is an Indian female name.

– Our Father, the King of All, has a vicious sense of humor with the situation of Haman being forced to honor Mordecai.

– Some became Jews for the fear of the Jews fell upon them.


– The first friend saw or felt a spirit, it said, “Can a man be more righteous than God? More pure than his Maker? He charges His angels with error.”

– Though He slay me, I will trust Him.

– Let me know my transgression and sin. Job 13:23

– Job’s friends are irritating. “Miserable comforters are you.”

– I wish my words were recorded and inscribed in a book.

– I know my redeemer lives.

– Job’s friends are idealistic in their view of God and mankind, but Job sees the reality about the wicked.

– If I have made gold my hope…my confidence…this also would be an iniquity deserving of judgment, for I would have denied God who is above.

– Who has given wisdom to the mind, understanding to the heart?


– “Be angry and sin not.” Also Ephesians 4:26 and James 1:20 – for the wrath of man does not produce the righteousness of God.

– “Depart from me, all you workers of iniquity.” Matthew 7:23, Luke 13:27

– His eyelids test the souls of men.

– “To see if there are any who understand, who seek God. …there is none who does good, no not one.” Romans 3:10

– “Into Your hands, I commit my spirit.” Luke 23:46

– “But the meek shall inherit the earth…” Matthew 5:5

– He will be our guide, even to death.

– He will redeem me from the power of the grave. Selah.

– To the tune of “Do Not Destroy.” LOL!

– “For their heart was not steadfast toward Him, neither were they stedfast in his covenant…” Matthew 15:8, Mark 7:6 from Isaiah 29:13

– “Man is like grass, cut down and withers.” 1 Peter 1:24, James 1:10, Isaiah 40:6-7, Isaiah 37:27, Isaiah 51:12.

– Psalm 91 sounds like Yahshua and us into the Kingdom. The adversary quoted it, Matthew 4

– “Though 1000 may fall at your left hand, and 10,000 at your right…” reminds me of the song the women sang about Saul and David.

– “You will tread the serpent underfoot.” Genesis 3

– A people, yet to be created, will worship/serve the Lord.

– Psalm 104, a brief reference to the waters of the flood, the waters not destroying the world again.

– I hate the word manifold in some translations. Multifaceted would be more accurate.

– Psalm 105, ”Make known His deeds among the people.” Testimony!

– What Phineas did was accounted to him for righteousness, the shalom (wholeness, completeness, balance) of God.

– They kept finding psalm of David, 101, 103, 108-110, 122, 124, 131, 133, 138-145.

– No more cursing, thank the Father.

– Your people shall be volunteers in the day of Your power.

– A good understanding have all those who do His commandments.


Proverbs 13:11 “Wealth gained hastily will dwindle, but whoever gathers little by little will increase it.” and Proverbs 20:21 “An inheritance gained hastily in the beginning will not be blessed in the end.” Both remind me of the parable of the prodigal son.

Proverbs 25:6-7 “Do not exalt yourself in the presence of the king, And do not stand in the place of the great; For it is better that he say to you, “Come up here,” Than that you should be put lower in the presence of the prince, Whom your eyes have seen.” is similar to Luke 14:7-11.

– Paul quoted, in Romans 12:20, Proverbs 25:21-22 “If your enemy is hungry, give him bread to eat; And if he is thirsty, give him water to drink; For so you will heap coals of fire on his head, And the LORD will reward you.” Also done in 2 Kings 6:22, 2 Chronicles 28:15.

– “The grave and destruction are never full; So the eyes of man are never satisfied.” The flesh is never satisfied.


– “Better not to vow, than to vow and not pay.” Jesus said something similar in Matthew 5:33-37.

– “Naked he came from his mother’s womb, naked he will return.” Job 2.

– “All the labor is for a man’s mouth, yet the soul (the appetite) is never satisfied.”

– “I said of laughter, ‘It is folly,’ and of pleasure, ‘What does it accomplish?’”

“Sorrow is better than laughter, For by a sad countenance the heart is made better. The heart of the wise is in the house of mourning, But the heart of fools is in the house of mirth.” 2 Corinthians 7:10 “Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation without regret, but worldly sorrow brings death.”

– Wisdom gives knowledge to those who have it.

– My favorite verse: Ecclesiastes 7:10 – Do not say, “Why were the former days better than these? For you do not inquire wisely concerning this.”

– In the day of prosperity be joyful, But in the day of adversity consider: Surely God has appointed the one as well as the other, So that man can find out nothing that will come after him.

Song of Solomon

– Sounds like a play listening to it.


– Wars of the idols and gods.

– Fiery, flying serpent.

– On their heads will be baldness – symbolic of having no control over a situation.

– His life will be burdensome to him – the word suicide popped into my head, which was not uncommon in the Biblical narrative and that time period. The Eastern concept of an honorable death.

– “Oil the shields.”

– “Forests of Arabia” threw my husband off a bit while listening in.

– “Babylon is fallen, is fallen.” Revelation 14, 18

– “Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die.”

– “I will place on his shoulder the key to the house of David; what he opens no one can shut, and what he shuts no one can open.” Matthew 16:19, Revelation

– “…a tried stone, a precious cornerstone…”

– …the Lord gives you the bread of adversity and the water of affliction… “This is the way. Walk in it.”

– The highway of holiness…even if the fool should walk on it, shall not go astray.

– The prayer of Hezekiah is in II Kings 20 in response to the same situation.

– the Lord your God, uh, He is your God, too. I get they are honoring the prophet position.

– They cast their gods into the fire. LOL!

– Your children…will be made eunuchs.

– Prepare the way of the Lord.

– All flesh is grass, like the loveliness of the field.

– Comes down from heaven like a warrior, yet gathers the lambs in His arms and leads the sheep to pasture.

– …as a light to the Gentiles, opening blind eyes…

– I [the Lord] will lead the blind in ways they did not know. Opposite of Jesus mocking the blind leading the blind.

– The worship of manmade items still goes on today.

– Saying to Cyrus for he is my shepherd.

– Israel, My elect

– Every knee shall bow; every tongue shall take an oath. “Surely in the Lord, I have righteousness and strength. Men shall come and all will be ashamed.

– Because Babylon did more than what was required of God to punish Israel and its sorcery, it will suffer destruction, too.

– Israel used the nickname Yah. I don’t know if anyone else in Scripture used that name. I like to say Father Yah.

– Prophecies about the Gentiles are numerous in this book. It deserves a reread and investigation at a future date.

– “Go out from her, you vessels of the Lord.” Sounds like Revelation

– He shall sprinkle many nations.


– Isaiah and Jeremiah had their lips touched.

– …to a stone, you gave birth to me. LOL!

– Your sword has devoured your prophets like a roaring lion. Jesus said the same thing.

– The Word of God called food and no more Ark of the Covenant.

– You shall call me My Father.

– I will sent for many fishermen, for they will bring them back.

– There is a shift in how the prophets operated, no grandiose supernatural acts. Visions, dreams, “one-act plays,” and words from the Lord.

– All the Lord wanted them to do was keep the Shabbot, which, in turn, will inspire them to do more of what the Father wanted.

– …weep for he will not see his native country anymore. Daniel.

– the prophets of Jerusalem accused of being adulterers, physically or spiritually?

– …Nebuchadnezzar, my servant…

– The battle of the prophets

– Daniel learned about Jeremiah’s letter from Nebuchadnezzar.

– Why did they inquire of Jeremiah if they never did what the Lord gave the prophet to say?

– The Lord woke up His prophets early to proclaim His Word?

– Death assignments

– appeals to the Queen of Heaven, these people are lost and don’t realize they polluted the land.

– A sacrifice comes at the river Euphrates?

– the end of Jeremiah has additional writing out of chronological order with the rest of the book.

– God speaks of His control of the foreign nations, that they will be expelled like Israel and Judah, then returned later.

– “I [the Lord] will plead your case.” To whom?

– “I will punish Bel in Babylon.” War of the gods vs. the God.


– The multi-winged creatures Isaiah saw saying “Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord God Almighty,” Ezekiel also saw them transporting the King of Kings’ throne.

– “Eat this scroll.” Sweet to his mouth, but bitter in his spirit, like John in Revelation.

– Warn the wicked, or suffer because he was a watchman for the house of Israel.

– We should have our backs to the rising sun.

– Chapter 14 and 16, ugh, feels like an indictment against women’s sexuality.

– “…lifted his eyes to the idols of Israel.” lifted his eyes can mean prayer

– Serve your idols, but don’t pretend to serve Me. Leave Me alone with My true servants. You will be scrubbed out later.

– Children dying in warfare is a mercy, since they will not be contaminated by false worship or sacrificed.

– The so-called wise men said, “Is he speaking in parables?”

– “To look at the liver.” It was to check the condition of an area for farming/hunting, but morphed into an element of false worship.

– “…who commit adultery and/or who shed blood.” shed blood, giving up virginity?

– “Ezekiel shall be a sign to them, doing as he did.” This is still going on today, if one learns to see it.

– Chapter 28, the adversary

– Egypt, the world being judged?

– “Their mouths produce much love, but their actions produce their gain.” Isaiah and Jesus said the same.

– Burn weapons for 7 years, bury bodies for 7 months.

– Isaiah and Ezekiel had the Angel of the Lord measuring a city.

– The future Temple built under Christ’s direction.

– If one believes this Temple vision is of Christ’s future Temple, then the priests of Zadok will be sacrificing again, and worshipers will take home meat pots.

– “…carcasses of their kings on their high places…” God does not want dead people in any worship area.


– My church did a sermon series with small groups to reinforce what we have learned. It was called “Thriving in Babylon” and you can find a pdf of the book version online.

– Nebuchadnezzar was brilliant, dramatic, and a whack job, whose power went to his head as it does most humans.

– Messiah, the prince


– three (I know about it), four (I have had it up to here with it)

– desiring the dirt on the head of the poor reminds me of a sermon called, “Men Love Dirt: The Problem with the Prosperity Gospel.

– “The star of your gods which you made for yourselves.” Stephen’s rebuke in Acts 7.


-Revenge because you emenies of Israel did too much


– Is he in 2 Kings 14:23-25?

– He is so dramatic, I swear.


– write the vision, make it plain


– the Lord will rejoice over you with singing


– Zerubabbel will be a signet ring, for the Lord has chosen him. Signet ring = authority, a mark


– the Angel of the Lord sounds like Jesus

– upon the stone is 7 eyes – He is watching.

– The olive oil from the two trees (Zerubabbel and Joshua) is the work ordered for the Temple

– capstone

– The horses remind me of Revelation.

– Obey and seeking after the Lord when times are good.

– 10 men from every nation will grasp the titzit of a Jewish man, saying, “Let us go with you to the house of the Lord for we have heard He is with you.”

– Judah attacking Greece

– Sheep without a proper Shepard.

– Paid for prophesying?

– They will see the One Whom they have pierced and mourn for Him like a lost firstborn son.

– They (false prophets) will not wear robe of coarse hair when they deceive

– wounds, struck in the house of my friends, strike the Shepard and the sheep will scatter.

– bring 1/3 through the fire, as silver is refined

– melting body parts sounds like nuclear war.

– Revelation?

– the celebration of the feast of Tabernacles, the only holiday in the millenium

– foodpots


– defective animals for sacrifice, keeping the good ones from themselves

– Quit trying to serve me and those other gods.

– Abused the wife of your youth.

– John the messenger

– refiner’s fire, fullers soap – His holiness will burn sin to ashes and then cleanse us.


– I paid attention to the genealogy and recognized all of the names – Zerubabbel was of the line of David and led the rebuilding of the Temple.

– Daniel set up those wise men and gifts.

– John the Baptist “You brood of vipers, who told you to flee from the wrath to come?” LOL!

– Matthew uses a lot of OT references.

– In Nazareth, He did not do many mighty works there because of their unbelief. – Because of the billions of nonbelievers, is that why we have trouble receiving miracles? Is that why the prophets were not as dramatic as Moses and Samuel and some the Kings and Chronicles books?

– “The flesh indeed is weak, but the spirit is willing.” Romans 7:13-25



– John the Baptist was giving people he has baptized instruction on life.

– I did not recognized all of the names in the genealogy. Solomon is not listed. Zerubabbel is.

– I love Jesus’ comebacks!

– Jonah was a sign to the Ninevites

Luke 8:39, Mark 5:19-20 “Return to your own house, and tell what great things God has done for you.” And he went his way and proclaimed throughout the whole city what great things Jesus had done for him.

– Jesus’ sarcasm, LOL! “Nevertheless I must walk to day, and to morrow, and the day following: for it cannot be that a prophet perish out of Jerusalem.” Luke 13:33

– The disciples’ understanding of Jesus’ sacrifice was hidden from them. Luke 18:34


– I heard Jewish voices when I either hear or read this Gospel.

– He only focused on symbolic actions

– “…cannot see/enter the Kingdom of God.” Right now and in the future!

– The debating about Jesus among the Jews

– This Evangel is hilarious.

– “He who is against Me, has lifted up his heel against Me.”

– “…and it was night.”

– “I and the Father are One.” “Show us the Father.” “If you have seen Me, you have seen the Father. I and the Father are One.”

– What was the significance of a Gentile declaring Jesus without fault?

– I love the way John references himself. Did he and Peter have some type of rivalry?


– Prayers for strength in proclaiming the Evangel with miracles.

– The Tabernacle of Witness

– Received the law by the direction of angels and have not kept it.

– Stephen’s death forced them to spread out to spread the Evangel.

– The new converts were baptized, but had not received the Holy Spirit until someone had laid hands on them. Simon the magician wanted that power.

– Peter repeating what Jesus, Elijah, and Elisha did, raise someone from the dead.

– What do we have to do today to perform these supernatural acts?

– I have set you as a light to the Gentiles (Isaiah 42:6 & 49:6, Luke 2:32).

– Gentiles entertained by hearing and telling some new things (philosophizing). Oddly enough, there are today unbelievers entertained by Christians speaking (Beer and Bible gatherings).

– Paul used what was available to teach the Gentiles, honor to an unknown God inscription.

– “He has made from one blood all the nations of the Earth.”

– I want all of Paul’s sermons in a recording.

– God’s favor and spreading of the Evangel through Paul’s troubles.

– Paul quoted Isaiah as Jesus did.


– Paul is so wordy, and he admits it.

1 Cor

Jeremiah 9:24 Therefore, as it is written: “Let him who boasts boast in the Lord.”


– Lots of fasting and prayer should be done before tackling this book (John was in-of the Spirit at the time), plus understanding the OT and Jewish idioms and Biblical symbolism, perhaps with a group of people.

– The New Jerusalem will have no temple, which is after the last rebellion.

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