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"Come Let Us Reason Together"


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In Mk 1:15 it shows the complete context to be verses 14-15, again beginning with an indent and ending with a space:

In Mt 4:17 it shows the complete context to be just verse 17, beginning with an indent and ending with a space:

In Mt 3:2 the context begins in verse 1 indicated by the indent and ends in verse 12 followed by a space:


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The Panin's Bible shows the context or complete thought surrounding a verse. A context is indicated by beginning with an indent or space and is ended by a space. In the Original Greek there were "No" verses only blocks of contexts.