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# light
This light was different than the sun. God did not create the sun until the fourth day (See: [01:06](01/06)).
# good
Each time God created something, it was good. When he finished creating everything, it was very good (See: [01:15](01/15)).
# creation
This refers to the six-day period when God created everything.

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# us…our…us
God used plural words to speak about himself. Kings sometimes speak about themselves in that way. However, God the Father may have been speaking to the Son and the Spirit, who are all God.
# in our image
People are similar to God in many ways, but they are not equal to him, or the same as he is.
# like us
Perhaps God was saying that people are like God in ways that animals are not.

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# took some soil, formed it
When God created all the other things, he simply spoke and they appeared. But God formed the man from the soil.
# breathed life into him
When God breathed into the man, he became alive.

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# finished all the work that he had been doing
God finished creating the earth and everything in it. He continues to do other work.
# holy
God set the seventh day apart from the other days. He did not want people to use it the same way as the other six days of the week.

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# a snake
Some scholars think the snake represents Satan. Other scholars think the snake was a real snake, and that Satan was the one who was speaking through it.
# Did God really tell you not to eat the fruit from any of the trees in the garden?
The snake asked this question to cause the woman to think about the things that God told her not to do, instead of the things he said she could do.

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# That is not true!
The snake now plainly implied that God was a liar.
# will understand good and evil like he does
They already understood **good** from what God had done for them. Now the snake says they will also understand evil. The snake spoke as if this was good for them. Instead, understanding evil would cause them to die.

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# The woman saw
The woman decide to eat the fruit because of what she saw, instead of rejecting it because of what God had said.
# he ate it too
The man also decided to eat the fruit, even though he knew that God had told him not to do that.

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# Where are you?
God knew where Adam was. He asked this question to make Adam say that he had disobeyed God.
# They both hid from God
When people sin, they feel shame. They know that they have done wrong and that God is angry with them.

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# Did you eat the fruit I told you not to eat?
Adam did not answer the question, but instead blamed the woman. He also meant to blame God who gave the woman to him.
# What have you done?
The woman also refused to answer God. Instead, she blamed the snake.

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# You are cursed!
This means that God will cause bad things to happen to the snake because he deceived the woman.
# You and the woman will hate each other, and your children and her children will hate each other too.
People and snakes became enemies at this time, and still hate each other.
# The woman’s descendant
Most scholars think this refers to the Messiah who would later rescue people from Satan.
# will crush your head
Most scholars think this means the woman’s descendant will fatally wound Satan.
# will wound his heel
Most scholars think this means Satan will wound the Messiah.

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# they must not be allowed to eat the fruit of the tree of life and live forever
Adam and Eve were now sinners and ashamed. God did not want them to live forever in that condition. Therefore, he did not allow them to eat from the tree of life.
# the tree of life
This is the same tree God planted in the garden (See: [01:11](01/11)).
# angels
An angel is a powerful spirit being whom God created. Angels exist to serve God by doing whatever he tells them to do.

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# Abram and Sarai still did not have a son
Abram needed to have a son because God had promised to make him a great nation (See: [04:04](04/04)). God also said he would give the land of Canaan to Abram’s descendants (See: [04:06](04/06)).
# Sarai
God would later change Sarai’s name to Sarah.

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# I am too old to have children
Sarai did not believe God could cause her to have a child when she was very old. She decided she should find a way to help God keep his promise.
# Marry her also
The custom of that time allowed a man to have more than one wife.
# have a child for me
Because Hagar was Sarai’s servant, she did not have the same rights as Sarai. Sarai would treat any children she had as if they were Sarai’s children.

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# I will make a covenant with you
God had already made this covenant with Abram (See: [04:09](04/09)). Now, God added to that covenant by telling Abram to circumcise the males in his family.
# circumcise every male
The term **circumcise** means to cut off the foreskin of a man or male child. A circumcision ceremony may be performed in connection with this.

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# the son of promise
Through Isaac, God would keep his promise to make Abram a great nation and to give the land of Canaan to his descendants.
# my covenant will be with Isaac
God would bless Abram’s son, Ishmael. However, God would cause Abram’s other son, Isaac, and his descendants to receive the blessings of God’s covenant with Abram.

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# wood for the sacrifice
Abraham planned to kill Isaac and offer him as a burnt offering. He brought the wood to make the fire.
# the lamb
A lamb was the normal sacrifice to God in that day.

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# his favorite son, Joseph
Jacob had four wives and 12 sons. Joseph was the son of Rachel, whom Jacob loved more than his other wives. Therefore, Jacob loved Joseph more than his other sons.
# taking care of the flocks
People at that time allowed their animals to go wherever they could find grass to eat. Someone traveled along with the animals to protect them.

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# The covenant promises that God gave to Abraham were passed on to Isaac, then to Jacob, and then to Jacob’s 12 sons and their families
All the descendants of Jacob would receive the land and blessings that God promised to Abraham and Isaac (See: [05:03](05/03), [06:04](06/04), [07:10](07/10)).
# the 12 tribes of Israel
God changed Jacob’s name to Israel. Therefore, the descendants of his 12 sons were called the 12 tribes of Israel.

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# He tried to kill him
Pharaoh realized that Moses was helping the Israelites and was against the Egyptians. That is why he wanted to kill Moses.
# the wilderness
The wilderness where Moses fled was a desert area that was east of Egypt. This area today is called the Sinai.

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# take off your shoes
God told Moses to take off his shoes to show his respect for God. The ground around the burning bush was a special place because God was there.
# holy ground
The term **holy** refers to the character of God. He is totally set apart and separated from everything that is sinful and imperfect. The place where Moses stood was also set apart for God.

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# my people
God said the descendants of Abraham were his people. God wanted to say that the Israelites were special to him. He would treat them better than other people because Abraham honored him (See: [05:10](05/10)).
# I will give them the land of Canaan
God was going to keep his promise to give the land of Canaan to Abraham’s descendants, even though they were slaves at that time (See: [08:15](08/15), [09:02](09/02)).

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# I AM WHO I AM
God wanted to say that he has always existed as God, and was not created by anyone else.
# Yahweh
This is the name that God has chosen for himself. Hebrew was originally written without vowels, so the letters written for this name were YHWH, which would be spoken as **Yahweh**.

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# did not want to go to Pharaoh
Moses knew that Pharaoh wanted to kill him (See: [09:10](09/10)).
# he thought he could not speak well
Moses said this was why he did not want to go to Pharaoh, but the real reason was that Moses was afraid of Pharaoh.

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# Let my people go!
God told Moses to bring the Israelites out of Egypt (See: [09:13](09/13)).
# Pharaoh did not listen to them
Pharaoh heard what Moses and Aaron said, but did not do what they told him to do.

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# hail
Hail is chunks of ice that fall from the sky. These chunks are often large enough to destroy plants, and can even kill people or animals.
# I have sinned
Pharaoh finally realized that he had disobeyed God and that the plagues were God’s punishment for not letting the Israelites leave Egypt.

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# God passed over those houses
God did not enter into the houses with blood on the doors to kill the firstborn sons in those houses.
# passed over
God later told the Israelites to remember this day in a festival called the Passover. In this way, they would always remember that he passed over their houses on that day and did not kill their firstborn sons.

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# the Promised Land
God had promised Abraham to give the land of Canaan to Abraham’s descendants. The Israelites were finally going there to possess that land.
# The Egyptians gave the Israelites whatever they asked for
The Egyptian had suffered greatly during the plagues. They very much wanted the Israelites to leave Egypt and the plagues to stop. Therefore, they gave the Israelites anything they asked for in order to encourage them to leave Egypt quickly.

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# they were trapped between Pharaoh’s army and the Red Sea
God had led the Israelites to the shore of the Red Sea without a way to cross the deep water of the sea. God also allowed the Egyptians to catch up with the Israelites there. He did this so that he could show the Israelites the he could protect them even in that hopeless situation.
# We are going to die!
The Israelites thought they would either be killed by the Egyptian army or would go into the sea and drown.

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# They believed that Moses was a prophet of God
God had told Moses to stretch out his arm over the sea when God made a path through it, and when he closed the water again over the Egyptians. In this way, God showed the Israelites that he was speaking to them through Moses.
# a prophet of God
A prophet is a person through whom God speaks to the people.

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# the Passover
The festival was called the Passover because God “passed over” the houses of the Israelites that had the blood of a lamb around their doors. He did not enter into those houses to kill their firstborn sons. God told the Israelites to celebrate this festival every year so they would remember how he had save them.
# bread made without yeast
**Yeast** is a specific kind of leaven. **Yeast** is a general term for a substance that causes bread dough to expand and rise.

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# the Tent of Meeting
The **Tent of Meeting** was called by that name because it was the place where God would come to meet with Moses or the high priest of the Israelites.
# God would come into the room behind the curtain
God is spirit and is everywhere, all the time. However, he appeared to Moses in a special way in the Tent of Meeting.
# the high priest
The term **high priest** refers to a special priest who was appointed to serve for one year as the leader of all the other Israelite priests.

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# made the people drink the water
Moses made the people drink the water with the particles of the idol in it as a symbol that they were guilty for making that idol.
# God sent a plague on the people
God sent ten plagues on the Egyptians to force Pharaoh to set the people free from being slaves in Egypt. But now, the Israelites sinned so terribly that God sent a plague on them to punish them.

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# After Joshua died, the Israelites disobeyed God
Joshua led the people well, so they obeyed God as Joshua did until he died. But when he was no longer alive to lead them, they began to disobey God.
# they did not drive out the rest of the Canaanites
While Joshua was alive, the Israelites defeated all the large Canaanite armies. However, many Canaanite people and cities remained in the land. The Israelites did not finish driving them out of the Promised Land.

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# a sheepskin
This is the skin of a sheep that has all of the wool on it. Wool is a very thick and curly hair that would hold a lot of water.
# the ground be wet but the sheepskin dry
Gideon did not yet trust God enough to believe the first sign. So he asked God to do the opposite thing—make the ground wet instead of the skin, and the skin dry instead of the ground. He wanted to be sure that the first sign did not happen by itself.

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# you will no longer be afraid to attack them
Even after God gave Gideon the two miraculous signs, he was still afraid of the Midianites.
# Gideon went down to the camp
Gideon secretly went down near the enemy camp in the dark. He found a place where he could hear them, but they could not see him.

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# wanted to make Gideon their king
The Israelites had not yet had a king. Instead, God was their king. Gideon knew that they should not have a human king.
# a large amount of gold
Even though each person gave Gideon only a small piece of gold, there were so many Israelites that the total amount of gold was very large.

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# took care of Elijah
The widow and her son gave Elijah a place to stay in their house and provided food for him.
# jar of flour
This refers to a clay jar in which the widow kept her supply of flour.

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# Elijah finished his work
By that time, Elijah was very old. He had done everything that God told him to do.
# Naaman heard about Elisha
This means that people had told Naaman that Elisha was able to perform miracles.

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# Satan appeared as a snake in order to deceive Eve
Satan spoke to Eve in the form of a snake. This does not mean that he is a snake now.
# to deceive Eve
The snake deceived Eve by making her doubt what God had said and tricking her into disobeying God.

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# Elizabeth
She was Zechariah’s wife.
# Elizabeth’s relative
Mary may have been Elizabeth’s cousin, but we don’t know exactly how these two women were related.

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# wild honey
This honey was the natural product of bees in the wilderness; it was not cultivated by people.
# locusts
These were large, hopping insects with wings, like very large grasshoppers. Some people who live in the desert eat them.

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# the highest point on the Temple
This part of the Temple in Jerusalem would have been about 150 meters from the ground.
# it is written
Satan spoke words from Psalm 91:11-12.

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# The things I just read to you, they are happening right now
Jesus wanted to say that God was causing this passage about the Messiah to happen at that time. This meant that Jesus was the Messiah.
# Isn’t this the son of Joseph?
The people were not asking if he was Joseph’s son or not. They were wondering how he could be the Messiah since they thought he was only the son of an ordinary man.

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# He only healed the skin disease of Naaman
Jesus is again referring to a story in the Old Testament. God healed Naaman because he obeyed what Elisha told him to do.
# they were furious at him
The Jews did not want to hear that God had blessed any people besides themselves, so they were very angry at what Jesus said.

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# eternal life
This refers to life forever with God after the mortal body dies.
# What is written in God’s law?
Jesus asked this question because he wanted the man to think about what God’s law really teaches.

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# a camel
Camels are very large animals that are often used to carry heavy loads.
# the eye of a needle
This refers to the tiny hole in the end of a sewing needle. The idea of something as large as a camel going through the eye of a needle is intended to represent something that is impossible.

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# fell on his knees
That is, he quickly knelt down on the ground. This was a way to show his humility and his desire for the king to help him.
# canceled all of his debt
The king said the servant did not need to pay back any of the money that he owed the king.

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# the lake
This refers to the Sea of Galilee.
# to the other side of the lake
They went across the northern part of the lake. This would have been about 5-8 kilometers by boat.

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# Your faith has healed you
Jesus did not heal the woman because she touched him, but because she believed that he was able to heal her.
# Go in peace
People spoke this traditional blessing when they left each other. Jesus may also have spoken these words because the woman was afraid. Now, however, she would know that Jesus had accepted her because of her faith in him.

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# spreading the seed by hand
Farmers in the ancient Middle East typically planted grain-bearing crops by throwing the seed on the soil.
# the path
The path was packed hard from people walking on it. The seed could not go down into the soil, so it was easy for the birds to eat all of it.

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# stories
Jesus used these stories to teach truths about God’s kingdom. It is not clear if the events actually happened or not.
# a mustard seed
This probably refers to the seed of the black mustard plant, which has tiny seeds that rapidly grow into very large plants.
# the smallest seed of all
That means the smallest of all the seeds that people planted at that time.

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# bread dough
This is a mixture of flour and liquid that can be shaped and baked into bread.
# it spreads throughout the dough
The yeast works its way into every part of the dough and causes it all to rise.

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# your brother
The father reminds his older son that his sons are also brothers.
# was dead, but now is alive
The younger son was so far away and separated from his family that it was as if he were dead. But now that he had returned, it was as if he were alive again (See: [35:09](35/09)).

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# This is my Son whom I love
This is the same thing that God had said about Jesus after John the Baptist baptized him in [24:08](24/08).
# Listen to him
Moses and the prophets were important, but God told the disciples that Jesus was more important, and that they should honor what he said more than they honored Moses and the prophets.

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# Judea
This refers to the southern section of Israel, which was settled by the tribe of Judah.
# has fallen asleep, and I must wake him
When Jesus spoke about sleeping, he was talking about death. However, the disciples did not understand that yet.

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# I am the Resurrection and the Life
This is one of several very powerful **I am** statements in which Jesus says something about his essential nature. In this one, Jesus indicates that he is the provider or source of resurrection and life.
# will never die
That means they will live forever, even if they die for a short time.

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# my servants would fight for me
An earthly king would ask his disciples to fight to protect him. But Jesus was not that kind of king.
# listens to me
This includes not just hearing Jesus’ words, but also doing what he says.

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# Peace to you
This was a normal greeting among the Jews. However, Jesus may have said this here because the disciples thought he was a ghost and were frightened when he appeared.
# a ghost
This refers to the spirit of a dead person.

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# You will not let your
**You** and **your** refer to God the Father.
# rot in the grave
This refers to the fact that Jesus did not remain in the tomb very long. It is another way of saying that he did not stay dead, but rather, came back to life again.

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# they were very upset
The leaders had Jesus killed because they were jealous that people listened to him. They were upset now that people were still talking about him.
# The number of men
This was in addition to the women and children who believed.

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# but there is no other way to be saved except through the power of Jesus
Jesus is the only one who has the power to save people.
# to be saved
This means God will not condemn them for their sins.

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# They dragged Stephen out of the city
They did this as a sign that they did not think Stephen was worthy to live among them.
# threw stones at him in order to kill him
This was the method that the Jews used to kill people who they believed had offended God.

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# Jesus, receive my spirit
Stephen prayed to Jesus, believing that when he died, his spirit would go to heaven, where Jesus is.
# do not hold this sin against them
Stephen asked God to forgive the Jews for killing him.

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# many people in Jerusalem started persecuting the followers of Jesus
The Jews were not satisfied to kill only Stephen. They also began to attack all of the other followers of Jesus who believed in him the same way Stephen did.
# But in spite of opposition
The Jewish leaders thought they could stop the spread of Jesus’ teaching by persecuting his followers. Instead, this caused them to scatter and spread the message even more widely.

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# Samaria
This region was located on the north side of Judea. The Jews hated the Samaritans, and rarely went there.
# chariot
A chariot was a type of cart with two wheels that was pulled by horses. A chariot had space for a few people to ride in it. It was used by soldiers and important officials.
# Ethiopia
Ethiopia is a country in Eastern Africa.

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# the Ethiopian
This refers to a person from the country of Ethiopia.
# the prophet Isaiah
Isaiah lived many hundreds of years before Jesus.

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# Saul
This was not the same man as King Saul in the Old Testament. Saul would later change his name to Paul (See: [47:01](47/01)).
# guarded the robes of the men who killed Stephen
See [45:06](45/06).

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# to strengthen the church
Barnabas and Saul helped the church to grow strong spiritually by teaching them about God and about Jesus.
# Christians
They were called Christians because they believe in Jesus Christ.

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# Jesus took the punishment for sin in our place
Jesus willingly took the place of sinners and received the punishment that they deserved.
# killing him on a cross
See [42:02](42/02).

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# kingdom of darkness
**Darkness** is used here to refer to sin and everything that is evil.
# kingdom of light
**Light** here refers to God’s holiness and goodness. The Bible often compares evil to darkness, and goodness to light.

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# good seed
This seed was wheat grain.
# weed seeds
The weed seeds that were planted would grow up as tall grass but could not be eaten. They were useless.

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# wipe away every tear
This means that Jesus will cause his people to never be sad again.
# They will not be sick or die
The people in the new earth will no longer suffer the effects of the curse that Adam and Eve brought upon the people of this earth.

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