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Farmers Part 2

Farmers – Part 2

If you are a farmer or gardener, please take note and honor God’s laws—He did not write these laws for the fun of it—He wrote these laws for our benefit and if we honor and abide these land laws then we will receive the blessings from them.

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The Ninth Commandment

The Ninth Commandment – Part 2

God is omniscient—when setting up the human justice system, he knew man would make false oaths and bear false witnessing or raise a false report against his neighbor, friend, or family member. Judges and juries were set in place to safeguard against false reports along with each witness examined separately to minimize collaboration and escape detection of falsified testimony.

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2020 There Will Be Signs

The New Year – 2020

…but I do know that we are seeing signs and wonders in enormous proportions—Our world has become darker and darker with sin and everywhere we turn, the Christian faith is under constant attack.

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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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The Sixth Commandment

The Sixth Commandment – Part 2

The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eyes are bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If then the light within you is darkness, how great is the darkness!

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The Sixth Commandment

The Sixth Commandment – Part 1

As you read the Bible, I must believe God struck down Israel’s enemies or Israel’s people in a quick manner when they sinned against God. Another example of the time element would be the death of Christ by crucifixion.

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the fourth commandment

The Fourth Commandment – Part 1

One of the first things that I learned, when reading Genesis is that God is the God of order and he does all things with a purpose, with order and to Glorify him. Why? He is our creator, so we should glorify him for everything that he has done for you and me.

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where is god

Where is God?

God was here before you and I ever existed—Look at how Genesis 1:1 (KJV) starts In the beginning God created the Heaven and the Earth.

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Who is god

Who is God?

Happy Independence Day to each of you in the USA and to our friends in Canada — Wow, the USA is 242 years young and much has happened in those years

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