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-Nazarite: Comprised with.Easton's Bible Dictionary: "The name of Israelites in Old Covenant times who took on them the vow prescribed in Numbers 6:2-21. This was called a Nazarite vow. The word denotes generally one who is separated from others and consecrated to God. Although there is no mention of any Nazarite before Samson, yet it is evident that they existed before the time of Moses. The vow of a Nazarite involved these three things, 1) abstinence from wine and strong drink, 2) refraining from cutting the hair off the head during the whole period of the continuance of the vow and 3) the avoidance of contact with the dead. A Nazarite vow was an Old Testament occurrence:.Numbers 6:5-8. There are many differences between the Old and the New Testaments.

"When the period of the continuance of the vow came to an end, the Nazarite had to present himself at the door of the sanctuary with 1) a he lamb of the first year for a burnt offering, 2) a ewe lamb of the first year for a sin offering and 3) a ram for a peace offering. After these sacrifices were offered by the priest, the Nazarite cut off his hair at the door and threw it into the fire under the peace offering.

"Paul may have taken upon himself a Nazarite vow twice. As to the duration of a Nazarite's vow, every one was left at liberty to fix his own time.

"There is mention made in Scripture of only three who were Nazarites for life, Samson, Samuel and perhaps John the Baptist:.Judges 13:4,5; 1Samuel 1:11; Luke 1:15. In its ordinary form, however, the Nazarite's vow lasted only thirty and at most one hundred days. This institution was a symbol of a life devoted to God and separated from all sin, a holy life."

-Nazarene: Matthew 2:23; Acts 24:5.

-Nebo: The word means 'proclaimer', 'prophet'. Nebo was a Chaldean god whose worship was introduced into Assyria by Pul: Isaiah 46:1. To this idol was dedicated the great temple whose ruins are still seen at Birs Nimrud. A statue of Nebo found at Calah, where it was set up by Pul, king of Assyria, is now in the British Museum. 

-new covenant: We are in the time of the new covenant.(agreement).with God, because the new covenant's new priest, Christ, is faultless.

The new covenant refers to better promises.(Hebrews 10:16).than the old covenant.(Hebrews 1:4; 7:22; 8:6; 9:11; 11:16,40; 12:24).and to physical and spiritual blessings.(Ephesians 1:3).including eternal life.(John 10:28), not as a result of works as were required by God under the terms of the old covenant.(Ephesians 2:8-10).in effect until Emmanuel's death and resurrection. The new covenan is a progression in truth

The beauty of the new covenant is that beginning with the death and resurrection of Emmanuel, all separation from God the Father has been removed and that the agreement is based, not on our performance of keeping some particular day of worship.(Romans 14:4,5).of church attendance, of tithing, etc., but based on His performance:.John 17:4; 19:30; Revelation 22:13. See 'Sin No Longer Counts'. More.

-New Testament:.The section of the Bible after the birth of Emmanuel revolving around new covenant promises. This is really a new covenant.(agreement; Hebrews 9:16).as the original words for "testament", what we call the "New Testament" portion of the Bible, show. The New Testament has 27 books.

The New Testament is for a progression in truth. The Old Testament were lessons for mankind to learn from:.Romans 15:4; 1Corinthians 10:11; John 20:31.

Four hundred years separate the writing of the last book of the Old Testament and the beginning of the New Testament.

From The Free Bible:."The New Testament was written by 8 writers over a period of only a 100 years. The early Church did not have the New Testament scriptures as we know it today. They quoted from the Old Testament scriptures, with every new teaching based on the authority of Emmanuel the Christ as directed through the apostles."

Comprised from.Barnes Notes.preface, Albert Barnes, Philadelphia, August 25th, 1832: 

In the preparation of Barnes Notes, free use has been made of all the helps within the reach of the author. The works from which most assistance has been derived are, Walton's Polyglott; the Critici Sacri, particularly the Notes of Grotius; Lightfoot's Works; Macknight and Newcome's Harmony of the Gospels.(*); Jahn's Archaeology; Horne's Introduction; Doddridge's Family Expositor; Calmet's Dictionary; Campbell on the Gospels; the Commentaries of Kuinoel, Rosenmuller Clarke and Henry; Tittman's Meletamata Sacra on John; the Sacred Geography of Wells and that prepared for the American Sunday School Union, by Mcssrs J. & J. W. Alexander. The object has been to express, in as few words as possible, the real meaning of the Gospels, the results of their critical study, rather than the process by which these results were reached.

Regarding the times of writing New Testament books.

-Noah:.means 'rest'. Noah was the grandson of Methuselah.(Genesis 5:25-29; 5:32; 6:8), who was for two hundred and fifty years contemporary with Adam and the son of Lamech, who was about fifty years old at the time of Adam's death.

This patriarch Noah is rightly regarded as the connecting link between the old and the new world, symbolic of low and high consciousness. He is the second great progenitor.(direct ancestor).of the human family and was a good man:.2Peter 2:5 "And spared not the old world, but saved Noah the eighth person, a preacher of righteousness, bringing in the flood upon the world of the ungodly."

Noah did and no doubt, talked about good things because he cared for others and knew about the low consciousness of man as compared to how man could be with a higher consciousness:.Hebrews 11:7 "By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house, by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith."

Noah was a man of faith. He believed what God said. And like Abraham, this was accounted to him in a special way:.James 2:23.

The Great Flood which destroyed the entire world occurred and Noah was a central figure in it all.

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