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Money Part 3

Money – Part 3

How will we ever be able to pay for the national debt? We won’t, plain and simple. It’s the same as the dog trying to catch its tail—The dog has a better chance of catching the tail than us ever paying off the debt.

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Money Part 2

Money – Part 2

Should we be under the gold standard? Biblically NO! Do you remember the three young Hebrews (Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego) who defied the King of Babylon and would not fall down and worship the gold statute nor consent to the Babylon gold system.

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Money Part 1

Money – Part 1

Is this the sign of the times? COVID-19, coin shortage, and banks not lending money for housing. Nervous about the economy, yes, most definitely as we see signs of the great depression of 1929 in the USA.

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Paid Education

Paid Education

Since we are under man’s system of accountability or lack of then one can see that the money spent is going into a deep dark hole with no accountability. When I ask teachers what they would do to fix the problem of accountability, the answer is that our politicians and those who make the laws should be held accountable.

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Farmers Part 1

Farmers – Part 1

Let us remember that when we are in accordance with God and obey his laws that we receive the blessings which include an abundant yield of all kinds from the land without the curses of crop disease, insect devastation and little or no rain in the spring and fall.

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Evil Covid-19

I Make Peace, and Create Evil…

Questions to ponder in these troubling times but take heed and remember when these things begin to take place such as COVID-19, stand up and lift your heads, because your redemption is drawing near.

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US Law

The Ten Commandments – Comments Part 1

As Christians, we agree that the Bible is the infallible word of God and that the Ten Commandments were to be administered to God’s people. Ten, not one hundred, not one thousand, not five thousand, but Ten Commandments.

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Thou Shalt Not Covet

The Tenth Commandment

God has set forth before his people what is required of them in their relationship to Him and their fellow man. The choice is simple: covetousness, greed, and lust is the foundation of evil desires and peace, contentment, and gladness is the foundation for freedom from strife.

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The Sixth Commandment Baal

The Sixth Commandment – Part 6

Who or what is Baal? Baal is the chief god of the Canaanites according to the New Strong’s Expanded Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible. Sixty three times Baal is mentioned in the Bible—62 times in the Old and once in the New Testament

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The Sixth Commandment

The Sixth Commandment – Part 4

Yes, there are lots of websites who are against God’s laws and they have excuses for excuses—This is what it is—An excuse or excuses for the use of self—Me or what is in the best interest for me—

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