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  1. Genesis 1 : 2 -2 See Doctrine

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  2. Genesis 2 : 15 -17 See Doctrine

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  3. Genesis 3 : 1 -24 See Doctrine

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  4. Genesis 3 : 17 -19 See Doctrine

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  5. Genesis 3 : 20 -24 See Doctrine

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  6. Genesis 3 : 3 -4 See Doctrine

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  7. Isaiah 14 : 1 -23 See Doctrine

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  8. Isaiah 25 : 8 -9 See Doctrine

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  9. Isaiah 34 : 1 -17 See Doctrine

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  10. Isaiah 66 : 14 -24 See Doctrine

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  11. Jeremiah 31 : 35 -40 See Doctrine

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  12. Ezekiel 32 : 17 -32 See Doctrine

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  13. Malachi 3 : 16 -6 See Doctrine

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  14. Matthew 13 : 36 -43 See Doctrine

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  15. Matthew 25 : 31 -46 See Doctrine

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    1. Is each nation likened to an individual goat or an individual sheep, at a macroscopic level?
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    2. What does it means that Yeshua (Son of Man) will come in his glory?
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      Like, unveiled, or a distinctly different time, mode?



    3. Where will his throne be located?
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    4. Why does Yeshua shift the title of the subject from "the Son of Man" to "the King"?
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    5. Why does Yeshua use the appellative identifier of "blessed by my Father"?
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      Why is this significant?



  16. 1 Timothy 2 : 1 -8 See Doctrine

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    1. What is the significance of the phrase, "good and acceptable before God"?
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    2. Are the lives/fates of the church intertwined with the lives/fates of all people?
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      Like are our outcomes shared here on earth?



    3. Is there a causal relationship between all people being saved (God's will) and the church offering up prayers on behalf of all people, IN ORDER THAT THE CHURCH MAY LIVE A QUIET AND TRANQUIL LIFE IN ALL GODLINESS AND DIGNITY?
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    4. What is the connection between prayers on behalf of people and God wanting all people to be saved?
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    5. Why is God wanting all people to be saved being connected to the church being able to "live a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity"?
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    6. Why is our ability to live a quiet and tranquil life predicated on petitions, prayers, and requests being made on behalf of all people?
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      Like why all people? What if we only pray for the church? What if we only pray for the lost? Does this mean if the precondition (prayer for all people) is not met, that we cannot live a quiet and tranquil life?



  17. Revelation 14 : 9 -20 See Doctrine

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  18. Revelation 21 : 1 -8 See Doctrine

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    1. If God is "making all things new", is he making the second death new too?
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      Verse 5 says, "Behold, I am making all things new..." Does this include the second death? Is the second death eternal?



    2. Are these verses chronologically synchronous?
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      Like do the events in these verses happen in the order they are presented in "real time"? Or do some of the events happen in a different order?



    3. If 'death will not exist any longer,' then will the second death exist any longer?
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      Verse 4 explicitly says: "Death will not exist any longer."



    4. If tears, mourning, wailing, or pain will not exist any longer, then how will hell, with its pain and weeping, still exist?
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      Doesn't Yeshua describe hell as weeping and gnashing of teeth?



    5. Is the lake of fire, which is the second death, also to be identified as "hell"?
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      Like, are hell and the second death and the lake of fire all the same thing? Or are they different things?



    6. Is the second death eternal?
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      Is the second death described in verse 8 eternal? Is there such a thing as eternal death?



    7. Why does verse one note that the sea passed away?
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