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Daniel chapter 11

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"During the first year that Darius the Mede was king, I stood up to support Michael in his fight against the prince (angel) of Persia.
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"Now then, Daniel, I tell you the truth: three more kings will rule in Persia. Then a fourth king will come who will be much richer than all the other kings of Persia before him. He will use his riches to get power and turn everyone against the kingdom of Greece.
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Then a very strong and powerful king will come who will rule with much power. He will do anything he wants.
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Just as he comes to power, his kingdom will be broken up and scattered in all directions. It will not be divided among his descendants. And it will not be ruled in the same way because that kingdom will be pulled up and given to other people.
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"The southern king will become strong, but then one of his commanders will defeat him. The commander will begin to rule, and he will be very powerful.
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"Then after a few years, the southern king and that commander will make an agreement. The daughter of the southern king will marry the northern king. She will do this to bring peace, but she and the southern king will not be strong enough. People will turn against her and against the one who brought her to that country. And they will turn against her child and against the one who helped her.
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"But someone from her family will come to take the southern king's place. He will attack the armies of the northern king. He will go into that king's strong fort. He will fight and win.
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He will take their gods and their metal idols and their expensive things made from silver and gold. He will take those things away to Egypt. Then he will not bother the northern king for a few years.
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The northern king will attack the southern kingdom. But he will lose, and then he will go back to his own country.
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"The northern king's sons will prepare for war. They will get a large army together. It will move through the land very quickly, like a powerful flood. That army will fight all the way to the strong fort of the southern king.
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Then the southern king will become very angry and march out to fight against the northern king. The northern king will have a large army, but he will lose the war.
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The northern army will be defeated, and those soldiers will be carried away. The southern king will be very proud, and he will kill thousands of soldiers from the northern army. But he will not continue to be successful.
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The northern king will get another army that will be larger than the first one. After several years he will attack. His army will be ready for war. It will be very large and it will have many weapons.
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"In those times many people will be against the southern king. Some of your own people who love to fight will rebel against the southern king. They will not win, but they will make the vision come true.
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Then the northern king will come. He will build ramps against the walls and capture a strong city. The southern army will not have the power to fight back. Even the best soldiers from the southern army will not be strong enough to stop the northern army.
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"The northern king will do whatever he wants. No one will be able to stop him. He will gain power and control in the Beautiful Land, and he will have the power to destroy it.
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The northern king will decide to use all his power to fight against the southern king, and he will make an agreement with the southern king. The king of the north will let one of his daughters marry the southern king so that he can defeat the southern king. But those plans will not succeed. His plans will not help him.
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"Then the northern king will turn his attention to the countries along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. He will defeat many of those cities, but then a commander will put an end to the pride and rebellion of that northern king. The commander will make the northern king ashamed.
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"After that happens, the northern king will go back to the strong forts of his own country. But he will be weak and will fall. He will be finished.
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"After the northern king, there will be a new ruler who sends out tax collectors so that he can live like a king. But after a few years, he will be destroyed, although he will not die in battle.
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"That ruler will be followed by a very cruel and hated man, who will not have the honor of being from a king's family. He will become a ruler by being tricky. He will attack the kingdom when the people feel safe.
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He will defeat large and powerful armies. He will even defeat the leader with the agreement.
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Many nations will make agreements with that cruel and hated ruler, but he will lie and trick them. He will gain much power, but only a few people will support him.
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"When the richest countries feel safe, that cruel and hated ruler will attack them. He will attack at just the right time and will be successful where his ancestors were not successful. He will take things from the countries he defeated, and he will give them to his followers. He will plan to defeat and destroy strong cities. He will be successful�but only for a short time.
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"That very cruel and hated ruler will have a very large army. He will use that army to show his strength and courage and attack the southern king. The southern king will get a very large and powerful army and go to war. But the people who are against him will make secret plans, and the southern king will be defeated.
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People who were supposed to be good friends of the southern king will try to destroy him. His army will be defeated. Many of his soldiers will be killed in battle.
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Those two kings will want to make trouble. They will sit around the table planning their lies, but it will not do either one of them any good because God has set a time for their end to come.
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"The northern king will go back to his own country with much wealth. Then he will decide to do bad things against the holy agreement. He will do the things he planned, and then he will go back to his own country.
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"At the right time, the northern king will attack the southern king again. But this time he will not be successful as he was before.
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Ships from Cyprus will come and fight against the northern king. He will see those ships coming and be afraid. Then he will turn back and take out his anger on the holy agreement. He will turn back and help those who stopped following the holy agreement.
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The northern king will send his army to do terrible things to the Temple in Jerusalem. They will stop the people from offering the daily sacrifice. Then they will do something really terrible. They will set up that terrible thing that causes destruction.
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"The northern king will use lies and smooth talking to trick those who quit following the holy agreement, so they will sin even worse. But those who know God and obey him will be strong. They will fight back.
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"Those wise teachers will help the other people understand what is happening. But even they will have to suffer persecution. Some of them will be killed with swords. Some of them will be burned or taken prisoner. Some of them will have their homes and things taken away.
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When those wise people are punished, they will receive some help, but many people who join them will be hypocrites.
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Some of the wise people will stumble and make mistakes. But the persecution must come so that they can be made stronger and purer until the time of the end. Then, at the right time, that time of the end will come.
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"The northern king will do whatever he wants. He will brag about himself. He will praise himself and think that he is even better than a god. He will say things that no one has ever heard. He will say those things against the God of gods. He will be successful until all the evil things have happened. Then what God has planned to happen will happen.
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"That northern king will not care about the gods his ancestors worshiped. He will not care about the gods women worship. He will not care about any god. Instead, he will praise himself and make himself more important than any god.
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The northern king will not worship any god, but he will worship power. Power and strength will be his god. His ancestors didn't love power as he does. He will honor the god of power with gold and silver, expensive jewels, and gifts.
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"That northern king will attack strong fortresses with the help of this foreign god. He will give much honor to the foreign rulers who join him. He will put many people under their rule. He will make the rulers pay him for the land they rule over.
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"At the time of the end, the southern king will fight a battle against the northern king. The northern king will attack him with chariots and soldiers on horses and many large ships. The northern king will rush through the land like a flood.
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The northern king will attack the Beautiful Land. He will defeat many countries. But Edom, Moab, and the leaders of Ammon will be saved from him.
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The northern king will show his power in many countries. Egypt will also learn how powerful he is.
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He will get treasures of gold and silver and all the riches of Egypt. The Libyans and Nubians will obey him.
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But that northern king will hear news from the east and the north that will make him afraid and angry. He will go to completely destroy many nations.
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He will set up his king's tents between the seas at the beautiful holy mountain. But finally, that bad king will die. There will not be anyone to help him when his end comes.

Daniel chapter 12

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"Daniel, at that time the great prince (angel) Michael will stand up. Michael is in charge of your people. There will be a time of much trouble, the worst time since nations have been on earth. But Daniel, at that time every one of your people whose name is found written in the book {of life} will be saved.
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There are many who are dead and buried. Some of them will wake up and live forever, but others will wake up to shame and disgrace forever.
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The wise people will shine as bright as the sky. Those who teach others to live right will shine like stars forever and ever.
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"But you, Daniel, keep this message a secret. You must close the book and keep this secret until the time of the end. Many people will go here and there looking for true knowledge, and the true knowledge will increase."
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Then I, Daniel, noticed two other men. One man was standing on my side of the river, and the other was standing on the other side.
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The man who was dressed in linen was standing over the water in the river. One of the two men said to him, "How long will it be before these amazing things come true?"
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The man dressed in linen and standing over the water lifted his right and left hands toward heaven. And I heard him make a promise using the name of God who lives forever. He said, "It will be for three and one-half years. The power of the holy people will be broken, and then all these things will finally come true."
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I heard the answer, but I really didn't understand. So I asked, "Sir, what will happen after all this comes true?"
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He answered, "Go on about your life Daniel. The message is hidden. It will be a secret until the time of the end.
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Many people will be made pure�they will make themselves clean. But evil people will continue to be evil. And those wicked people will not understand these things, but the wise people will understand them.
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"The daily sacrifice will be stopped. There will be 1290 days from that time until the time that the terrible thing that destroys is set up.
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The one who waits for, and comes to, the end of the 1335 days will be very happy.
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"As for you, Daniel, go and live your life till the end. You will get your rest. At the end you will rise from death and receive your share of the promise."

Luke chapter 6

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One time on a Sabbath day, Jesus was walking through some grain fields. His followers picked the grain, rubbed it in their hands, and ate it.
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Some Pharisees said, "Why are you doing that? It is against the Law of Moses to do that on the Sabbath day."
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Jesus answered, "You have read about what David did when he and the people with him were hungry.
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David went into God's house. He took the bread that was offered to God and ate it. And he gave some of the bread to the people with him. This was against the Law of Moses, which says that only the priests can eat that bread."
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Then Jesus said to the Pharisees, "The Son of Man is Lord over the Sabbath day."
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On another Sabbath day Jesus went into the synagogue and taught the people. A man with a crippled right hand was there.
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The teachers of the law and the Pharisees were watching Jesus closely. They were waiting to see if he would heal on the Sabbath day. They wanted to see him do something wrong so that they could accuse him.
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But Jesus knew what they were thinking. He said to the man with the crippled hand, "Get up and stand here where everyone can see." The man got up and stood there.
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Then Jesus said to them, "I ask you, which is the right thing to do on the Sabbath day: to do good or to do evil? Is it right to save a life or to destroy one?"
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Jesus looked around at all of them, then said to the man, "Hold out your hand." The man held out his hand, and it was healed.
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The Pharisees and the teachers of the law got so mad they couldn't think straight. They talked to each other about what they could do to Jesus.
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A few days later, Jesus went out to a mountain to pray. He stayed there all night praying to God.
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The next morning he called his followers. He chose twelve of them and called them apostles. These are the ones he chose:
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Simon (Jesus named him Peter), Andrew, brother of Peter, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew,
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Matthew, Thomas, James, the son of Alphaeus, Simon, called the Zealot,
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Judas, the son of James, Judas Iscariot (the one who turned against Jesus).
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Jesus and the apostles came down from the mountain. Jesus stood on a flat place. A large crowd of his followers was there. Also, there were many people from all around Judea, Jerusalem, and the seacoast cities of Tyre and Sidon.
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They all came to hear Jesus teach and to be healed of their sicknesses. He healed the people who were troubled by evil spirits.
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Everyone was trying to touch him, because power was coming out from him. Jesus healed them all.
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Jesus looked at his followers and said, "What great blessings there are for you who are poor. God's kingdom belongs to you.
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What great blessings there are for you who are hungry now. You will be filled. What great blessings there are for you who are crying now. You will be happy and laughing.
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"People will hate you because you belong to the Son of Man. They will make you leave their group. They will insult you. They will think it is wrong even to say your name. When these things happen, know that God will bless you.
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You can be happy then and jump for joy, because you have a great reward in heaven. The ancestors of those people did the same things to the prophets.
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"But how bad it will be for you rich people, because you had your easy life.
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How bad it will be for you people who are full now, because you will be hungry. How bad it will be for you people who are laughing now, because you will be sad and cry.
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"How bad it is when everyone says nothing but good about you. Just look at the false prophets. Their ancestors always said good things about them.
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"I say to you people who are listening to me, love your enemies. Do good to those who hate you.
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Ask God to bless the people who ask for bad things to happen to you. Pray for the people who are mean to you.
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If someone hits you on the side of your face, let them hit the other side too. If someone takes your coat, don't stop them from taking your shirt too.
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Give to everyone who asks you for something. When someone takes something that is yours, don't ask for it back.
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Do for others what you want them to do for you.
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"If you love only those who love you, should you get any special praise for doing that? No, even sinners love those who love them!
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If you do good only to those who do good to you, should you get any special praise for doing that? No, even sinners do that!
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If you lend things to people, always expecting to get something back, should you get any special praise for that? No, even sinners lend to other sinners so that they can get back the same amount!
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"I'm telling you to love your enemies and do good to them. Lend to people without expecting to get anything back. If you do this, you will have a great reward. You will be children of the Most High God. Yes, because God is good even to the people who are full of sin and not thankful.
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Give love and mercy the same as your Father gives love and mercy.
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"Don't judge others, and God will not judge you. Don't condemn others, and you will not be condemned. Forgive others, and you will be forgiven.
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Give to others, and you will receive. You will be given much. It will be poured into your hands� more than you can hold. You will be given so much that it will spill into your lap. The way you give to others is the way God will give to you."
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Jesus told them this story: "Can a blind man lead another blind man? No. Both of them will fall into a ditch.
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Students are not better than their teacher. But when they have been fully taught, they will be like their teacher.
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"Why do you notice the small piece of dust that is in your friend's eye, but you don't see the big piece of wood that is in your own eye?
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You say to your friend, 'Let me get that little piece of dust out of your eye.' Why do you say this? Can't you see that big piece of wood in your own eye? You are a hypocrite. First, take the wood out of your own eye. Then you will see clearly to get the dust out of your friend's eye.
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"A good tree does not produce bad fruit. And a bad tree does not produce good fruit.
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Every tree is known by the kind of fruit it produces. You won't find figs on thorny weeds. And you can't pick grapes from thornbushes!
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Good people have good things saved in their hearts. That's why they say good things. But those who are evil have hearts full of evil, and that's why they say things that are evil. What people say with their mouths comes from what fills their hearts.
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"Why do you call me, 'Lord, Lord,' but you don't do what I say?
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The people who come to me, who listen to my teachings and obey them�I will show you what they are like:
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They are like a man building a house. He digs deep and builds his house on rock. The floods come, and the water crashes against the house. But the flood cannot move the house, because it was built well.
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"But the people who hear my words and do not obey are like a man who builds a house without preparing a foundation. When the floods come, the house falls down easily and is completely destroyed."

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The Bible is God’s redemptive revelation to man. Its primary focus is to reconcile fallen man back to Himself. There was one and only one way this could be done. Atonement had to be made for man’s sins!

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The New Hope Missionary Baptist Church reflects the overall concept and philosophy of the National Baptist Convention of America, Inc. It embraces the mandate given to the Church by our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ; that great commission: Mission, Education, and Evangelism.

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