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Search The Scriptures

The Online Bible Question And Answer Ministry. This FREE online ministry offers a new Bible question every month that is designed to make you "search the Scriptures." When you think you have the answer simply e-mail it to Pastor Wilson, >> Question for Dec., 2006: Q. In John's gospel, Peter had asked Jesus a question concerning John. Instead of an answer, he received a mild rebuke from the Master, which was misunderstood by the other disciples. What scriptures contain this account? What does Peter's question possibly indicate about him? >>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Q & A for Nov. 2006: Q. In your own words, what prompted this riddle and what is its meaning? "Out of the eater came forth meat, and out of the strong came forth sweetness." A. Samson killed a lion and later found bees making honey inside the carcass of which he ate and shared with his parents. (Judges 14:5-12)

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Many folks have never had the opportunity or the money to take college level Bible studies. On my web page, you will find free, easily understood lessons and the ability to obtain personal help or explainations about any subject. The lessons change once a month so you can take your time studying. I suggest printing and saving them. Check them out at:

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