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Kedoshim, K’doshim, or Qedoshim (קְדֹשִׁים — Hebrew for “holy ones,”

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Pentecost in Acts vs. Shavuot in Exodus

WHAT DO THE GIVING OF LAW OF MOSES AND PENTECOST HAVE IN COMMON?

Shavuot or Feast of Weeks is an annual celebration of the wheat harvest and the Law of Moses that occurs 50 days after First Fruits of the barley harvest (Leviticus 23: 9-17).  1,389 more words

The Tenth Commandment - Q&A #12

The Tenth Commandment
“Thou shalt not covet”

Question: What qualities of thought will help us overcome covetousness?

Answer: Gratitude is one. Another is a desire for divine things, which Mary Baker Eddy… 377 more words

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The Tenth Commandment - Q&A #11

The Tenth Commandment
“Thou shalt not covet”

Question: If we are to trust God to give us what we need, so that we are not tempted to covet others, what exactly can we expect Him to give us? 361 more words

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The Tenth Commandment - Q&A #10

The Tenth Commandment
“Thou shalt not covet”

Question: What about our “affections”? Is it wrong to simply like something, or want
something good in our lives? 362 more words

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The Tenth Commandment - Q&A #9

The Tenth Commandment
“Thou shalt not covet”

Question: What desires are the right kind to have?

Answer: A desire that leads us away from selfishness and materiality would be good. 349 more words

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The Tenth Commandment - Q&A #8

The Tenth Commandment
“Thou shalt not covet”

Question: What about our desires for things we really, really want? Can God help us deal with these longings? 390 more words

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