Type/Antitype: Noah and Jesus

—Anonymous, From House to House, Heart to Heart, Volume 27, Number 5. Online at http://www.housetohouse.com/ God is amazing. No one else could put the shadow of future things into the past. Types and antitypes are examples of God prefiguring the future. Types are the shadows in the Old Testament of things that were to come (antitypes) in …

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The Gospel of John, Chapter 14 (DDV)

The 6th Beatitude (Mt. 5:8), from an East Syriac Peshitta, "Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God." Courtesy Wikimedia Commons. Roman road, Sepphoris, Israel, in Galilee. This Greco-Roman city, rebuilt by Herod Antipas in 4 B.C., was chosen as his capital. It was just 4 miles from Nazareth. Courtesy Touchpoint Israel.com. …

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God’s Plan for Saving Mankind

The Holy Spirit in Form of A Dove Divine Love: John 3:16 God’s Grace: Ephesians 2:8 Christ’s Blood: Romans 5:9 Holy Spirit’s Word: Romans 1:16 Sinner’s Faith: Acts 16:31 Sinner’s Repentance: Luke 13:3 Sinner’s Confession: Romans 10:10 Sinner’s Baptism: Acts 22:16 Christian’s Love: Matthew 22:37 Christian’s Work: James 2:24 Christian’s Hope: Romans 8:24 Christian’s Endurance: Revelation 2:10 House to House—Heart to Heart magazine (print); http://www.housetohouse.com/ To download a …

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The Gospel of John, Chapter 12 (DDV)

Triclinium with Waterfall, Pompeii, 1st century A.D. Cushions were placed on the marble benches for guests to recline on. Courtesy http://www.HolyLandPhotos.org/ Reproduction of Triclinium, Wikipedia At the Last Supper. Jesus and His Apostles dining Roman-style. Embroidered altar dossal, 1633. Courtesy Early Church History.org. 1 Six days before Passover, Jesus came to Bethany, where Lazarus was. Jesus …

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The Gospel of John, Chapter 11 (DDV)

First-century Jewish tomb, Tombs of Herod's Family,Jerusalem, Israel. Courtesy BAS Library. 1 Now a man named Lazarus was sick. He was from Bethany,1 the village where Mary and her sister Martha lived. 2 (Mary was the woman who poured perfume on the Lord’s feet and wiped them with her hair.2 It was her brother Lazarus who was …

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The Gospel of John, Chapter 9 (DDV)

The Pool of Siloam in Jesus' day (Artist's reconstruction) The Pool of Siloam today, Jerusalem, Israel 1 As Jesus was passing by, he saw a man who had been born blind. 2 So his followers asked him, “Teacher1, who sinned and caused2 him to be born blind—this man or his parents?” 3 Jesus answered, “Neither …

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The Gospel of John, Chapter 8 (DDV), Revised

Modern replica of Temple Menorah from Arch of Titus, Rome (A.D. 81). Courtesy Wikipedia. Modern replica of Shalom al Yisrael (Peace upon Israel) Menorah mosaic, Jericho synagogue, 6th or 7th century A.D., Mosaic Museum, Good Samaritan Inn, Israel. Courtesy Wikipedia. The oldest and best manuscripts of John’s Gospel omit the section with the story of …

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