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Matthew

Matthew Matthew is the author, a Jewish tax collector who became one of Jesus disciples. This book forms the connecting link between the Old Testament and New Testament with its emphasis on the fulfilment of prophecy. Matthew was once despised as a tax...

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Mark

Mark Mark was not one of the 12 disciples but he accompanied Apostle Paul on his first missionary journey (Acts 13 v 13). Mark’s Gospel emphasizes Jesus Christ’s power as well as his servant hood. Jesus Christ teaching turned the world upside down. But...

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Luke

Luke Luke was a doctor, a Greek and a Gentile Christian. He was a close friend and companion of Apostle Paul. Luke’s Gospel portrays Jesus as the perfect example of a life lived according to God’s plan – as a child living in obedience to his parents and...

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John

John Apostle John (son of Zebedee and brother of James), wrote his book to demonstrate that Jesus was the Son of God. In every chapter Jesus deity is revealed – Word, only begotten, Lamb of God, Son of God, true Bread, Life, Resurrection, Vine, I AM....

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Acts

Acts The book of Acts was written by Luke (a Gentile physician), focusing on the history of the Christian Church and its expansion in ever-widening circles beyond Jerusalem, Antioch, Ephesus and Rome – the most influential cities in the world at that...

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Wedding Invitation

Every Person Is Invited To The Royal Wedding , When Jesus Christ Returns And Meets His Church. Not As A Guest, But As The Bride. “Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of man cometh” (Matthew 25 v 13)

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Romans

Romans As Jerusalem was the centre of Jewish life, Rome was the world’s political, religious, social and economic centre during the Roman Empire. There the major governmental decisions were made, and from there the Gospel spread to the ends of the earth....

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1 Corinthians

1 Corinthians The Church at Corinth was weak and in trouble. The Christians were struggling with their Christian faith, life-style and environment. Surrounded by corruption, idolatry, immorality and every conceivable sin, they felt the pressure to adapt....

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2 Corinthians

2 Corinthians Apostle Paul was dealing with an ongoing problem in the Corinthian church. He could have refused to communicate until they cleared up their challenges, but he loved them and reached out to them with the love of Jesus Christ. Love, sometimes...

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Galatians

Galatians In the book of Galatians, Apostle Paul proclaims the reality of Christians liberty in Jesus Christ – freedom from the Law and the power of sin, to serve our living God. Paul’s letter to the Galatians declares the freedom of the Christian. The...

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