Pentateuchal Outline of Romans

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Romans 1-2 : Genesis (Ruin)
Romans 3-5 : Exodus (Redemption)
Romans 6-8 : Leviticus (Relationship)
Romans 9-11 : Numbers (Reorganization)
Romans 12-16 : Deuteronomy (Responsibility and Review)

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Parables about Prayers in Luke's Gospel

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A. The Plea of a Friend (Luke 11:5-13)
B. The Plea of a Widow (Luke 18:1-8)
C. The Plea of a Sinner (Luke 18:9-14)

See About Parables
A. Parable of Comparison
B. Parable of Contrast
C. Parable of Co-incidence

A. Persistence in Prayer (contrast procrastination)
B. Perseverance in Prayer (contrast passivity)
C. Penitence in Prayer (contrast pride)

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About Parables

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Parables of Comparison
There is a strong allegorical sense of things like sowing seeds, looking for sheep, etc

Parables of Contrast
Selfish human characters in contrast with the essential goodness of God

Parables of Co-incidence
The actual scene itself with real characters representing different traits

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From the Perspective of the Principal Offerings Part 4

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Read Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.

The Principal Offerings with regard to the first chapter of 1 John
The Burnt Offering aspect - 1 John 1:1-2 "Life was manifested"
The Peace Offering aspect - 1 John 1:3-4 "fellowship with the Father and with His Son
The Meal Offering aspect - 1 John 1: 5-6 "God is light...no darkness...truth"
The Sin Offering aspect - 1 John 1:7 "cleanseth us from all sin"
The Trespass Offering aspect - 1 John 1:8-9 "confess our sins"

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Five Principal Offerings Part 2

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Read Part 1.

Trespass Offering - Remission of Sin
Sin Offering - Redemption of Soul
Peace Offering - Reconciliation to God
Meal Offering - Righteousness of Christ
Burnt Offering - Resplendence of Christ

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