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Isaiah 66:8 (a) The nation of Israel was really born on the evening of May 14,1948. This was immediately at the close of the British protectorate under the Balfour Declaration. Look up the history of Israel currently for the details of the birth of this great new nation.

Ezekiel 16:4 (a) This expression is really an allegory to tell how GOD found Israel in Egypt a confused mass of inexperienced slaves with no order and no political standing. Then GOD delivered them from that condition and changed them into an orderly and powerful nation. It may be taken as a picture of the experience of a lost, undone and unclean sinner living in the bondage of his sin and afterward delivered by the Lord through the Gospel to become a useful servant of GOD.

John 3:3 (a) The transformation which takes place when a lost sinner trusts JESUS CHRIST is compared to the birth of a child. A new life is given him, with new desires, new knowledge, new hope, new habits, and a new nature. Now he is able to know and to understand GOD. The inward change is revealed by the outward actions.

1 Peter 1:23 (a) This also is a statement concerning the wonderful transaction that takes place when the Word of GOD reveals to soul the value of CHRIST JESUS the Lord.


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Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Born'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/wdt/b/born.html. 1957.

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