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Go therefore and make disciples of all nations,
baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,
teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. Matthew 28:19.

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Which Bible text for today? 2 Corinthians 3:2-3

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Romans 16:17-27
Romans 16:17-27

Take note of those who create dissensions
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Romans 16:1-16
Romans 16:1-16

Brethren and sisters who are noted
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A Third World War?
A Third World War

Are we facing A Third World War?
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BIBLE STUDY for a healthy Christian life.

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Latest revision 29th of November 2023. What is new?

Which Bible text for today? 2 Corinthians 3:2-3

This website is also accessible by www.tgnm.org (The Good News Mission)

Romans 16:17-27
Romans 16:17-27

Take note of those who create dissensions
Sermon in English, English subtitles

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OLD TESTAMENT

Bible study Genesis

Gives verse by verse explanation. The Fall. What is sin. The rejection of Cain's sacrifice: without bloodshedding, no forgiveness. The flood. God's covenant. The Bible study Genesis gives an explanation of what is sin. Why the need for Salvation through the blood of Jesus Christ. Noah's ark. What is the truth? Creation or evolution? The construction of the Tower of Babel and the confusion of speech. Abraham's struggle in the Promised Land. Abram giving tithes to Melchisedek. God's promises to Abraham. Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. The birth of Isaac and God's promise. The Flood and Noah. The ark of Noah. The end of the flood. God's covenant: The rainbow. The Tower of Babel. Abram in Canaan. Departure of Abram from Egypt. Abram's victories. God blesses Abram. Hagar flies for Sarai. God's covenant with Abram. Abraham's intercession for Sodom. Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Abram in Negeb. The birth of Isaac. Isaac as a burnt offering. Abraham buys the land for the sepulchre of his wife Sarah. Choosing the wife for Isaac and his marriage. Birth of Esau and Jacob. No trust from Isaac in God. The blessing of Isaac to his son Jacob leaves his father and meets God Jacob at Laban. The marriages of Jacob. The marriages and children of Jacob. Sexual intercourse means marriage.

Genesis Bijbelstudie Bible study

Bible study Exodus 25-28, The Tabernacle

Slide presentation.

The Way to God. The tabernakel and its significance today (typology). And see that you (Moses) make them after the pattern for them, which is being shown to you on the mountain. The significance of the three colors of the gate's curtain. The ONLY way to God. How can men (you) yourself reconcile with God? The 8 steps from salvation to the service of the believer. The 5 Pillars of the Holy.

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Tabernacle Bible study

Bible study Nehemiah

Verse by verse. What are the lessons we can learn as a believer from the life of Nehemiah? Reading the Bible. Nehemiah an image of Jesus. The Bible study Nehemiah shows the perseverance of Nehemiah, his struggle for the reconstruction of the walls of Jerusalem. It provides valuable lessons for the Christian's battle. Discipleship of Jesus. Lukewarm in faith. Assignment and Prayer. Building. Rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem. Difficulties and Attacks. Measures relating to the poor. Completion of the walls. Seven important lessons for our spiritual life. Guarding the walls of Jerusalem. Challenge: Bible Reading, Prayer and Devotion. Day of repentance and prayer. Promise to maintain the Law. Nehemiah an image of the Lord Jesus Christ and the lessons for the believer. Inauguration of Jerusalem. The zeal of Nehemiah for the Law. The mixed marriages with foreign women.

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Nehemiah Bible study

Bible study Zechariah

Verse by verse. Explanations of the prophecies given by God to the prophet and priest Zechariah. Zechariah sees a man with a measure cord in the hand. This person is measuring Jerusalem. God deals with those who are not faithful to God. God, as King of saints, rules the Church through Christ. God expresses His wrath against His people. Call to conversion. The man with the measuring rod. God in the midst of His people. The candlestick and the two olive trees. The flying scroll. The four chariots. Not fasting, but obedience. The Lord and Israel's neighbors. Only the Lord gives rain. The two shepherds. Siege and liberation of Jerusalem. Mourning for the Pierced (Jesus). Eradicate idolatry and false prophets. Revelation of the Lord. Jesus' feet on Mount Zion.

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Bible study Zechariah

NEW TESTAMENT

Bible study Matthew

Verse by verse. Why was it necessary that Jesus was born from a virgin woman? John the Baptist and Baptism of Jesus. Temptations of Jesus by Satan. Capernaum. Calling of the disciples. Explanation of the Sermon on the Mount. Elabouration of the sermon on the mount. Healings by Jesus. Broadcast and command by Jesus. Judgment about humans. Parables through Jesus. Jesus and the Pharisees and scribes. Education through Jesus. The kingdom of heaven. The rights of the emperor. Who is the Christ? End of time: Speech on the last things. The Second Coming of Jesus Christ. One is taken, the other stays behind. The wise and foolish virgins. Servants and Talents. Betrayal, imprisonment and conviction of Jesus. Jesus yields His spirit. Jesus has completed His work (It is finished). The crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. Three days and three nights in the grave. Did Jesus really die? The missionary order of Jesus.

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Matthew Bible study

Gospel of John

How to obtain eternal life in Heaven? The only way is by accepting Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord. Is the human being a sinner? But I do not understand this at all the gospel? Explanation of the gospel based on examples. Why does man need salvation? Why are you separated from God? I do not understand why I need salvation. Why is believing in Jesus so difficult? Well, is it that easy, Jesus took my sins, if I believe? But God and the fallen angels I cannot see them? The story of Andrea and Chris. Life does not go over roses.

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Spear in Jezus' side

Bible study Corinthians

The judgment of the believer for the judgment seat of Christ. Good workers receive wages from Jesus. Bad workers are saved as if through fire. The Christian is a holy temple. The Holy Spirit lives in the Christian. Spiritual opposite the world. The Holy Spirit investigates man. The man of the flesh, the Christian builds on the foundation of Jesus Christ. Building on the foundation of Jesus. Every believer has to give account for his/her way of living on earth before Jesus. The apostle Paul as an example. Gross sin. Live to the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ. Your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit. Christian marriage and single life. Eating of food offered to idols. Rights of apostles. Israel as a warning. The woman's headdress. Misunderstandings at the Supper. The spiritual gifts. The body of Christ has many members. The Love. Speaking in tongues. Speaking in the air?. Speaking in tongues, need for explanation. The resurrection of Jesus. Rapture of the Church. The collection, tithes and gifts.

Bible study   Sermon 2 Cor.

Corinthians Bible study

Bible study Galatians

Verse by verse. The Bible study Galatians tells how Paul became an apostle and was recognized. Justification by law or by faith? Christian freedom. Flesh or Spirit? Funeral or cremation, or free choice? Is tattoos allowed or free choice? How do you please God? Keeping the law, the Torah? What are the works of the FLESH? What are the works of the SPIRIT works? One gospel and how Paul became an apostle. Paul recognized by the apostles. Justice through faith: the Law or faith? No more service. Christian freedom. Support each other.

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Galatians Bible study

Bible study Ephesians

Verse by verse. Discard the old life and walk in the new life under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Do not extinguish the Holy Spirit. Intercession by the Christian. Soldier of the Lord Jesus Christ. Sealed with the Holy Spirit. Intercession. From death to life. Household of God, fellow citizens. The work of Paul among the Gentiles. The church is the Body of Christ. How do we live the new life?. Purity in the life of the Christian. The Christian life within marriage. Children and parents. Slaves and their lords. The armour of the Christian in Ephesian 6. How do you fight against satan?

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Ephesians Bible study

Bible study Thessalonians

Verse by verse. Explains the results of preaching. Joy in Jesus Christ. The exhortation to walk in a holy manner. The first coming of Christ and the watchfulness. Give thanksgiving for the increase of faith and love. Explanation of the Second Coming of Christ. Believer behaving irregularly and reproach. The sanctification of the Christian.

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Thessalonians Bible study

Timothy Bible study

Verse by verse. False teachers. Regulations. What requirements must a worker (pastor, elders, deacon) meet in the service of Jesus. Preparing for the fight against satan and demons. Task of God's laborers. Task of God's workers, task of Timothy, beware of apostasy from faith. Behavior of female church members. Widows, behaviour of female church members. Danger of worldly life. The Bible study 2 Timothy explains soldier for Jesus, fight against the devil, war and the gospel, Lord Jesus Christ, Holy Spirit, gospel, word of God. Perseverance. How do you prepare for battle? Full commitment to the fight and victory. Usefulness of the Holy Scriptures, Old and New Testament.

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Timothy Bible study

Bible study Revelation

Verse by verse. Letters to the seven churches: Spiritual Life in the churches: Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardes, Philadelphia and Laodicea. The 24 elders. The sealed scroll with seven seals. The first six seals. The 144.000 sealed ones of Israel. The seventh seal and the seven trumpets. The fifth trumpet. Seal opened of the seven thunders. The two Witnesses. The woman and the Dragon. The Beast in Revelation. The last plagues in the Great Tribulation. The great Babylon is fallen. The wrath of God is ended. The fate of the Dragon, the Beast and the false prophet. The fate of Babylon. Babylon will never be found again. Satan thrown into abysmo and after 1000 years into the the lake of fire.

Bible study   Sermons

Apocalipse Bible study

BIBLICAL TOPICS

Accepted Jesus

You accepted Jesus,
what now?

Suitable for Bible study groups. What does it mean to be a Christian? Step by step in the Christian life. What does baptism mean? What is sin? What is born-again? What means "living in the world"? What means 'Living under control of the Holy Spirit? What are the three grades of sins?

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Reading the Bible

How to read the Bible?

Reading the Bible is not equal like reading a romance or a book. So how do we read the Bible? What are the requirements to understand the Bible? What is written in the Bible? Bible reading is your Quiet time with God. By reading the Bible you get to know the Will of God, it is the Holy Spirit who opens your eyes. By reading the Bible you get to know God's commandments. Christian values and norms.

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Gospel

What is the meaning of the Gospel?

Questions about the gospel and salvation in modern times. What does the gospel mean? Forgiveness of sin. The blood and water at the death of the Lord Jesus Christ. Offer of forgiveness. Three days and three nights of Jesus' death. Is the Gospel Free? What price do I have to pay?

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QUESTIONS ABOUT BIBLE STUDY

What is a good Bible study to start with?

Select a book of the Bible to read through. Each day read through a passage or the entire chapter.
For example, when you look up the word courage in your concordance, you will find several references.
1 - Select a topic and look it up in a concordance.
2 - Choose 10-20 verses on the subject.
3 - Read the verses.
4 - Write down observations.

How do I start a simple Bible study?

1 - Read through the chapter carefully. Seek to find its main subject or subjects.
2 - Give each chapter a title that suggests its main content.
3 - Reread the chapter and make a simple outline.
4 - Take note of any practical or theological problems in this chapter.

Where do I start to read the Bible to get closer to God?

The New Testament is the best place to start reading the Bible. The first four books (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) are accounts of Jesus' life and ministry and are often referred to as the gospels. Reading the gospels is like reading the journals of four friends who went on a road trip together.

What is the soap Bible study method?

It stands for Scripture, Observation, Application and Prayer. It is a way of getting more out of your time in God's Word. The S.O.A.P method of Bible Study (for individuals or small groups) does not require a theology degree or special leadership skills.

What is the easiest Bible to study?

The New International Reader's Version (NIrV). It uses easier words than the NIV. It also explains harder words. This makes it a good beginner Bible for adults who find reading hard. You can read the NIrV online at Biblegateway.com and on the YouVersion Bible app.

How should a beginner read the Bible daily?

See Bible study

What are the 5 steps to Bible study?

1 - Observe, interpret, and apply.
2 - Read the passage repeatedly.
3 - Make observations.
4 - Clarify relevant questions.
5 - Apply the Scripture to your life.

What is the 3 question method of Bible study?

Why is this passage in scripture? Why did God put this passage in the Bible? How do I apply this to my life?

What are the ABC's of the Bible?

In its simplest form, the ABCs of salvation is not the gospel; rather, the acts of admitting, believing, and confessing (and you might tack on, repenting) are all Biblical responses to the gospel.

What are the 5 W's of the Bible?

The 5 W's of Every Old Testament Book: Who, What, When, Where, and Why of Every Book in the Old Testament.

Are you interested in progressive christian Bible study?

No, the Progressive Gospel is Unbiblical.

What is the importance of Bible study?

When we study the Bible together, God promises to reveal Himself, to teach us how to obey Him, and to show us how to love one another. When we are changed to become more like Jesus, our family, workplaces and communities will be eternally impacted.

Which book of the Bible is best to study first?

Genesis explains the Fall, the entrance of sin into the world.
Matthew expains the birth of Jesus. His works on earth. His death on the Cross for the sin of men. His resurrection and command to the disciples.
Acts explains the works of the disciples of Jesus after His resurrection.

Which Bible version is the best for study, which Bible is good for study?

The NIV is appropriate for Study because it is accurate and easy to read, making its message clear. This Bible also uses very similar language to modern English, so readers will easily understand it without having a "foreign" feel to the text.

What is the fastest way to learn the books of the Bible in order?

Divide the Bible in sections of Old Testament
1. Books of Law called the Pentateuch or Torah: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy
2. Historical Books: Joshua, Judges, Ruth, I & II Samuel, I & II Kings, I & II Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther
3. Poetic Books: Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon
4. Major Prophets Books: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel
5. Minor Prophets Books: Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obediah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi

New Testament
1. The Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
2.The Historical Book Acts
3. The Letters: Romans, I & II Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Phillippians, Colossians, I & II Thessalonians, I & II Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, James, I & II Peter, I, II, & III John, Jude
4. The Book of Vision: Revelation

What is the best method of Bible study?

S.O.A.P. Study of the Bible. Scripture: Write the verse in your journal. Observation: Write down observations about the Scripture. Application: How can you apply what you observed in your life? Prayer: Write out a prayer to God based on what you just learned and ask Him to give you opportunities to live out this truth.

What should you not do in Bible study?

DO NOT rush. If you read and DO NOT even realize it, you are doing it wrong.
DO NOT just read.
DO NOT assume.
DO NOT search for something profound.
DO NOT skip over the "unimportant." Greetings and farewells.
DO NOT get stuck in a rut.
DO NOT consult other sources.
DO NOT just study the Word.

How to do a Bible study by yourself?

1 - Begin your study with prayer.
2 - You DO NOT have to start at the beginning.
3 - Choose a topic relevant to you.
4 - Get to know a character.
5 - Write down what you learn.
6 - Listen to the Bible online.
7 - Read or share with someone else.
8 - Look up what you DO NOT understand.

How do you do a quick Bible study?

Does not exist. The purpose of Bible study is to get a deep understanding of the Bible. A 'quick' way is a general study. But a Bible study is in fact a study verse by verse.
QUESTIONS ABOUT BIBLE STUDY

What is a good Bible study to start with?

Many people will recommend: you try John or Luke first, mainly because they both cover the life and teachings of Jesus. So much about the Old Testament will make way more sense with the knowledge of what happened in Jesus' lifetime.

How to do Bible study by yourself?

Select a book of the Bible to read through. Each day read through a passage or the entire chapter.
For example, when you look up the word courage in your concordance, you will find several references.
1 - Select a topic and look it up in a concordance.
2 - Choose 10-20 verses on the subject.
3 - Read the verses.
4 - Write down observations.

How do I start a simple Bible study?

1 - Read through the chapter carefully. Seek to find its main subject or subjects.
2 - Give each chapter a title that suggests its main content.
3 - Reread the chapter and make a simple outline.
4 - Take note of any practical or theological problems in this chapter.

Where do I start to read the Bible to get closer to God?

The New Testament is the best place to start reading the Bible. The first four books (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) are accounts of Jesus' life and ministry and are often referred to as the gospels. Reading the gospels is like reading the journals of four friends who went on a road trip together.

What is the soap Bible study method?

It stands for Scripture, Observation, Application and Prayer. It is a way of getting more out of your time in God's Word. The S.O.A.P method of Bible Study (for individuals or small groups) does not require a theology degree or special leadership skills.

What is the easiest Bible to study?

The New International Reader's Version (NIrV). It uses easier words than the NIV. It also explains harder words. This makes it a good beginner Bible for adults who find reading hard. You can read the NIrV online at Biblegateway.com and on the YouVersion Bible app.

How should a beginner read the Bible daily?

See Bible study

What are the 5 steps to Bible study?

1 - Observe, interpret, and apply.
2 - Read the passage repeatedly.
3 - Make observations.
4 - Clarify relevant questions.
5 - Apply the Scripture to your life.

What is the 3 question method of Bible study?

Why is this passage in scripture? Why did God put this passage in the Bible? How do I apply this to my life?

What are the ABC's of the Bible?

In its simplest form, the ABCs of salvation is not the gospel; rather, the acts of admitting, believing, and confessing (and you might tack on, repenting) are all Biblical responses to the gospel.

What are the 5 W's of the Bible?

The 5 W's of Every Old Testament Book: Who, What, When, Where, and Why of Every Book in the Old Testament.

Are you interested in progressive christian Bible study?

No, the Progressive Gospel is Unbiblical.

What is the importance of Bible study?

When we study the Bible together, God promises to reveal Himself, to teach us how to obey Him, and to show us how to love one another. When we are changed to become more like Jesus, our family, workplaces and communities will be eternally impacted.

Which book of the Bible is best to study first?

Genesis explains the Fall, the entrance of sin into the world.
Matthew expains the birth of Jesus. His works on earth. His death on the Cross for the sin of men. His resurrection and command to the disciples.
Acts explains the works of the disciples of Jesus after His resurrection.

Which Bible version is the best for study, which Bible is good for study?

The NIV is appropriate for Study because it is accurate and easy to read, making its message clear. This Bible also uses very similar language to modern English, so readers will easily understand it without having a "foreign" feel to the text.

What is the fastest way to learn the books of the Bible in order?

Divide the Bible in sections of Old Testament
1. Books of Law called the Pentateuch or Torah: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy
2. Historical Books: Joshua, Judges, Ruth, I & II Samuel, I & II Kings, I & II Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther
3. Poetic Books: Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon
4. Major Prophets Books: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Daniel
5. Minor Prophets Books: Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obediah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi
New Testament
1. The Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
2.The Historical Book Acts
3. The Letters: Romans, I & II Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Phillippians, Colossians, I & II Thessalonians, I & II Timothy, Titus, Philemon, Hebrews, James, I & II Peter, I, II, & III John, Jude
4. The Book of Vision: Revelation

What is the best method of Bible study?

S.O.A.P. Study of the Bible. Scripture: Write the verse in your journal. Observation: Write down observations about the Scripture. Application: How can you apply what you observed in your life? Prayer: Write out a prayer to God based on what you just learned and ask Him to give you opportunities to live out this truth.

What should you not do in Bible study?

DO NOT rush. If you read and DO NOT even realize it, you are doing it wrong.
DO NOT just read.
DO NOT assume.
DO NOT search for something profound.
DO NOT skip over the "unimportant." Greetings and farewells.
DO NOT get stuck in a rut.
DO NOT consult other sources.
DO NOT just study the Word.

How to do a Bible study by yourself?

1 - Begin your study with prayer.
2 - You DO NOT have to start at the beginning.
3 - Choose a topic relevant to you.
4 - Get to know a character.
5 - Write down what you learn.
6 - Listen to the Bible online.
7 - Read or share with someone else.
8 - Look up what you DO NOT understand.

How do you do a quick Bible study?

Does not exist. The purpose of Bible study is to get a deep understanding of the Bible. A 'quick' way is a general study. But a Bible study is in fact a study verse by verse.

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Travel through Israel

Our travel through Israel, Part 1,
Revelation 16 Armagedon, Megiddo; 1 Kings 18 Mount Carmel Elias and the Baal prophets; Mount Hermon and Golan heights; Lake of Galilea; Capernaum synagogue, Peter's mother-in-law's house; Katzrin Jewish home; Matthew 14: Mountain of the Beautitudes; Luke 4:28-30 Mountain of the Abyss; 1 Samuel 31:10-12 Beth Shean; Genesis 26:32-33 Beer Sheba, well and Altar of Isaac. Baptisms in the Jordan; Temptations of Jesus in the Wilderness Matthew 4.

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Our travel through Israel, Part 2
Jeruzalem, Bethlehem, Tower of David, City of David, Mountain of Olives, Golden Gate, Place of the Holy Supper, Gethsemane, Via Dolorosa (Road of the Cruz), Tomb of Jesus, Walling Wall, Western Wall tunnels, Yad Vashem (Holocaust) museum

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Travel through Israel

Our travel through Israel, Part 1,
Revelation 16 Armagedon, Megiddo; 1 Kings 18 Mount Carmel Elias and the Baal prophets; Mount Hermon and Golan heights; Lake of Galilea; Capernaum synagogue, Peter's mother-in-law's house; Katzrin Jewish home; Matthew 14: Mountain of the Beautitudes; Luke 4:28-30 Mountain of the Abyss; 1 Samuel 31:10-12 Beth Shean; Genesis 26:32-33 Beer Sheba, well and Altar of Isaac. Baptisms in the Jordan; Temptations of Jesus in the Wilderness Matthew 4.

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Travel through Israel2

Our travel through Israel, Part 2
Jeruzalem, Bethlehem, Tower of David, City of David, Mountain of Olives, Golden Gate, Place of the Holy Supper, Gethsemane, Via Dolorosa (Road of the Cruz), Tomb of Jesus, Walling Wall, Western Wall tunnels, Yad Vashem (Holocaust) museum

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Over the Author

The writer of the Bible studies is Wilfred René Starrenburg. First followed a technical aircraft training (ground engineer) and graduated from the HTS computer science (bachelor degree). Worked in Iran, Sweden, Ireland, England and the Netherlands.
3-year internal bible school education. Lives in Brazil with his wife and two children.