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Description: The context a verse occurs in is so vitally important many times, because it can change the entire meaning of a verse taken out of context. I give examples of verses that say one thing out of context and a completely different thing when the context is considered. A good rule to follow to properly understand a verse is to read at least 10 verses before and after it to understand the context. I pray this teaching is a blessing for you and helps guard you from the common errors which are caused by ignoring the context.






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