Sample Sermon for Testing Reftags

Sample Sermon for Testing Reftags

November 5th, 2018 @ 2:36 PM

This Romans 15:1 turns “off” [Romans 15:1]. It’s inside the period. And it’s the first instance. This Romans 15:1 does not turn “off”. It’s outside the period so it doesn’t qualify. [Romans 15:1] This [Romans 15:1] is inside brackets and inside the period, so it...
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This Romans 15:1 turns “off” [Romans 15:1]. It’s inside the period. And it’s the first instance.

This Romans 15:1 does not turn “off”. It’s outside the period so it doesn’t qualify. [Romans 15:1]

This [Romans 15:1] is inside brackets and inside the period, so it qualifies for hiding. But it does not get hidden because it’s the second instance.

Testing Another Verse

This Matthew 28:11 verse [Matthew 28:11] is in the middle of a sentence. And it’s the first instance.

[Matthew 28:12]

That one is the first instance of that verse, but it does not get hidden.

This is [Matthew 28:12]. That’s the second instance, but it does get hidden.

Conclusions

The “bible-reference” CSS class for hiding the references is added to the first instance of a bracketed verse only and only when that verse is contained in a sentence with a period.

Any repeats in that pattern are skipped. BUT if the first instance is not part of a sentence, then the script moves on to the second instance.

From “The Problem of Israel’s Unbelief”

I have divided the sermon in two parts, and I am just hoping that I can encompass the first part between now and twelve o’clock this noon.  The sermon this morning is The Problem of Israel’s Unbelief, and the sermon tonight is The Future Fullness and Restoration of Israel, the Jewish nation. 

The great parenthesis of Romans 9, 10, and 11 deals with the problem of the Jew, the children of Abraham.  And in the tenth chapter of the Book of Romans, he closed the book quoting Isaiah.  “Isaiah is very bold, saying—and talking about us Gentiles—I was found of them that sought Me not; I was made manifest unto them that asked not after Me” [Romans 10:20].  We were going after Venus, and Adonis, and Isis, and Osiris, and Poseidon.  And we were going after Jupiter, and Juno, and Jove, and Thor.  We weren’t looking after God, nor were we seeking to call upon His name. 

Removed Extra Span Around Bracketed Item

I have divided the sermon in two parts, and I am just hoping that I can encompass the first part between now and twelve o’clock this noon.  The sermon this morning is The Problem of Israel’s Unbelief, and the sermon tonight is The Future Fullness and Restoration of Israel, the Jewish nation. 

The great parenthesis of Romans 9, 10, and 11 deals with the problem of the Jew, the children of Abraham.  And in the tenth chapter of the Book of Romans, he closed the book quoting Isaiah.  “Isaiah is very bold, saying—and talking about us Gentiles—I was found of them that sought Me not; I was made manifest unto them that asked not after Me” [Romans 10:20] .  We were going after Venus, and Adonis, and Isis, and Osiris, and Poseidon.  And we were going after Jupiter, and Juno, and Jove, and Thor.  We weren’t looking after God, nor were we seeking to call upon His name. 

Completely Cleaned

Note that this will be the second instance of the bracketed item, which means it won’t hide despite being totally cleaned of conflicting HTML.

I have divided the sermon in two parts, and I am just hoping that I can encompass the first part between now and twelve o’clock this noon.  The sermon this morning is The Problem of Israel’s Unbelief, and the sermon tonight is The Future Fullness and Restoration of Israel, the Jewish nation.

The great parenthesis of Romans 9, 10, and 11 deals with the problem of the Jew, the children of Abraham.  And in the tenth chapter of the Book of Romans, he closed the book quoting Isaiah.  “Isaiah is very bold, saying—and talking about us Gentiles—I was found of them that sought Me not; I was made manifest unto them that asked not after Me” [Romans 10:20].  We were going after Venus, and Adonis, and Isis, and Osiris, and Poseidon.  And we were going after Jupiter, and Juno, and Jove, and Thor.  We weren’t looking after God, nor were we seeking to call upon His name.

Does it actually have to be a Bible reference to work [Another Sample Within Brackets]?

Does it actually have to be a Bible reference to work [Another Sample Within Brackets].

Yes, it does [Romans 8:1].

Sermon outline.

This Romans 15:1 turns “off” [Romans 15:1]. It’s inside the period.

This Romans 15:1 does not turn “off”. It’s outside the period. [Romans 15:1]