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TITLE: RIDE WITH NEW TESTAMENTS
By DANIEL OMAGWU
09/10/09
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PLEASE BE SPECIFIC AND SINCER. SO THAT I CAN KNOW HOW TO TAKE CORRECTION.
MARKed was delibrate- to show MARK as in "BOOK OF MARK" and "marked"
MATHEW, MARKed LUKE to be baptize by JOHN because of the ACTS OF THE APOSTLES In the ROMANS empire were so great that the CORINTHIANS invited Paul 1st and 2nd time to defend himself before the GALATIANS so that the fruits of the spirit can be given to the EPHESIANS but warn them to redeem the time for the days are evil. But assured the PHILIPPIANS that the God that has started a good work in them shall perform even before the COLOSSIAN can seek those things which are above.
The THESSALONIANS on two occasions sent Paul to TIMOTHY to be a vessel of Honor and purged himself because TITUS’ mission in crete was a small one compared to that of PHILEMON
The HEBREWS talks about faith that JAMES told PETER that faith without work is dead so that makes JOHN to have the REVELATION of things to come at the end of the new testament.
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