Matthew

Matthew describes the genealogy of Jesus (Matthew 1:1 – 1:17)

The book of Matthew opens with a genealogy of Jesus and a note that there were fourteen generations from Abraham to David, fourteen generations from David to “exile in Babylon" (when Nebuchadnezzar took the southern tribe of Judah into captivity in Babylon), and fourteen generations from exile to the birth…
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Revelation

Introduction to the Book of Revelation – the message conveyed and how to properly interpret it (Revelation 1:1 – 1:8)

An introduction to the Book of Revelation and its author, John Written by "John" and included as the last book in the New Testament, the book of Revelation is often difficult to interpret, comprehend, and place in context with the rest of the Bible.  Its supernatural, apocalyptic message is often…
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