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April 20

Deuteronomy 33

1Now this is the blessing which Moses, the man of God, gave to the children of Israel before his death.

2He said, The Lord came from Sinai, dawning on them from Seir; shining out from Mount Paran, coming from Meribath Kadesh: from his right hand went flames of fire: his wrath made waste the peoples. 2,236 more words

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April 18

Deuteronomy 29

1These are the words of the agreement which Moses was ordered by the Lord to make with the children of Israel in the land of Moab, in addition to the agreement which he made with them in Horeb. 2,384 more words

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11 Things the Bible Bans, but I Do Anyway

I invite you to read the article from the link below. After you have read that article, read my response.
http://www.11points.com/Books/11_Things_The_Bible_Bans,_But_You_Do_Anyway

Leviticus 19:27
     It would behoove journalists, even those smart enough to check multiple versions for fact checking, to do a little contextual reading as well. 1,669 more words

April 17

Deuteronomy 28

1Now if you give ear to the voice of the Lord your God, and keep with care all these orders which I have given you today, then the Lord your God will put you high over all the nations of the earth: 2,723 more words

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April 13

Deuteronomy 19

1When the nations, whose land the Lord your God is giving you, have been cut off by him, and you have taken their place and are living in their towns and in their houses; 1,709 more words

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Is Jesus the Jewish Messiah?

Is Jesus Really the Messiah?

Let’s take a look at some objections to Jesus as the Messiah, made recently from “a Hebrew point of view”. The objections in particular focus on the Christian claim that those of the Jewish faith “can accept Jesus as their Messiah and still be true Israelites.” I will address six questions that are representative of several that were recently asked by a person of the Jewish faith regarding the identification of Jesus as the Jewish Messiah. 3,450 more words

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April 11

Deuteronomy 15

1At the end of every seven years there is to be a general forgiveness of debt.

2This is how it is to be done: every creditor is to give up his right to whatever he has let his neighbour have; he is not to make his neighbour, his countryman, give it back; because a general forgiveness has been ordered by the Lord. 2,640 more words

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