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Towns for the Levites

Towns for the Levites – Joshua 21 Levites were given 48 cities and their common lands from other tribes as inheritance. God gave Israel all the things He promised; no enemies could stand before Israel. In Joshua 21, more special allotments of land were made, this time for the sake of economic justice. While the Levites were not given their own inheritance in the land because the Lord himself was their inheritance, they were given the basic necessities of towns in which to live and fields to pasture their flocks. The Levites were divided into Kohathites, Gershonites, and Merarites. Among the former the family of Aaron were exclusively appointed to the priesthood, and all the rest were ranked in the common order of Levites. The first lot was drawn by the Kohathites; and the first of theirs again by the priests, to whom thirteen cities were granted, and ten to the rest of the Kohathites; thirteen to the Gershonites), and twelve to the Merarites. 21 Now the family heads of the Levites approached Eleazar the priest, Joshua son of Nun, and the heads of the other tribal families of Israel 2 at Shiloh in Canaan and said to them, “The Lord commanded through Moses that you give us towns to live in, with pasturelands for our livestock.” 3 So, as the Lord had commanded, the Israelites gave the Levites the following towns and pasturelands out of their own inheritance.4 The first lot came out for the Kohathites, according to their clans. The Levites who were descendants of Aaron the priest were allotted thirteen towns from the tribes of Judah, Simeon and Benjamin. 5 The...

Joshua 10 – The Longest Day

Joshua 10 – The Longest Day This chapter really inspires me, especially when the five kings teamed up against the king of Gibeon. This shows that my enemy will always team up with those who do not wish me well, but my GOD will first give them all into my hands to defeat, thereby encouraging me, and then He will join the fight by throwing stones at them right from the House of Caves, Wrath and Anger to the Cultivated Ground. The 5 kings themselves will be drawn out of their hiding place and the Heavenly hosts will step on their necks, while I stand still in victory. Joshua Verses 1-6 When sinners leave the service of Satan and the friendship of the world, that they make peace with God and join Israel, they must not marvel if the world hate them, if their former friends become foes. By such methods Satan discourages many who are convinced of their danger, and almost persuaded to be Christians, but fear the cross. These things should quicken us to apply to God for protection, help, and deliverance. Now it came to pass when Adoni-Zedek king of Jerusalem heard how Joshua had taken Ai and had utterly destroyed it; as he had done to Jericho and its king, so he had done to Ai and its king; and how the inhabitants of Gibeon had made peace with Israel and were among them, that they feared greatly, because Gibeon was a great city, like one of the royal cities, and because it was greater than Ai, and all its men were mighty. Therefore Adoni-Zedek...

Gates of Jericho

Joshua 6 – Destroying Fortifications The story of the walls of Jericho falling down, recorded in Joshua 6:1-27, is one that demonstrates the miraculous power of God. But more than that, the utter destruction of Jericho teaches us several grand truths regarding God’s grace and our salvation. Strategy for Victory (6:1-7) The directions given to Joshua by God for the battle to win Jericho seemed crazy when compared to the human strategies that men would come up with. That is why this chapter is crucial to study it repeats key concepts of walking by faith and dealing with the spiritual enemies we face in everyday life. 1 Now Jericho was tightly shut because of the sons of Israel; no one went out and no one came in. 2 And the LORD said to Joshua, “See, I have given Jericho into your hand, with its king and the valiant warriors. 3 And you shall march around the city, all the men of war circling the city once. You shall do so for six days. 4 Also seven priests shall carry seven trumpets of rams’ horns before the ark; then on the seventh day you shall march around the city seven times, and the priests shall blow the trumpets. 5 And it shall be that when they make a long blast with the ram’s horn, and when you hear the sound of the trumpet, all the people shall shout with a great shout; and the wall of the city will fall down flat, and the people will go up every man straight ahead.” 6 So Joshua the son of Nun called...

Controlled Zombies

Zombie Creation or Brainwashing? Zombies are the dead that supposedly roam around eating the living.  For many years now people have prepared for situations involving zombies. If you look at scientific facts everything seems plausible.  From brain cell viruses to neuro-toxins or biological warfare, things could happen and we could be over run! What if I told you that zombies have already taken over our country.  Zombies  that are in a developmental phase, that are being controlled.  These ‘people’ that are turning into a mass population of brainwashed, robotic acting, non-thinking life forms, that go through life without thinking.  But who or what is responsible for the outbreak or the release of the plague? You know the answer you are just hoping it isn’t true, because you are also being controlled. When someone asks you Sept. 11, Sandy Hook or the Boston Marathon bombing how do you respond? Do think that the people behind that attack were Arabs or medicated sociopaths? Do you believe that the way to stop terrorism is to hit them hard, to hit them at their “bases” in such places as Afghanistan or kill everyone that was involved? What about when someone brings up the current economic state? The stock market dropping, and the weakness in the economy,  the housing bust? I would almost guarantee that you repeat exactly what you heard on TV or saw on Facebook.  Your mind probably isn’t even open for discussion.  Don’t feel bad though the government has spent trillions of dollars to gain this influence over your brain. The influencing (brainwashing) methods are relatively simple. First, use terror to...

Global Cooling… or Politics

Mother Nature or Global Cooling & Warming? Global Cooling or warming or mother nature throwing curve balls?Recently this weather around the globe is fluctuating like crazy.  From the all-time hottest months to be followed up by an all-time coldest?  From skeptics saying that global warming has caused the polar ice caps to melt, to in April having the Antarctic sea ice coverage reach the  record level 3.5 million square miles covered (largest on record). Something just doesn’t seem right.  Than it hit me. Politics.  Politicians have made Global Cooling and Global Warming a huge concern in all of their campaigns since the 1960’s and 70’s under NATO and President Richard Nixon.  Global cooling and warming has been brought up many times but as population we failed to realize that they are talking about the same thing. Feeling Cold Since cold does not exist. According to the laws of physics, what we consider cold is in reality the absence of heat. Everything that transmits energy generates heat. Max Planck graphed out Absolute zero (-460 degrees F) which is the total absence of heat; all matter becomes inert and incapable of reaction at that temperature. So to get complete outside the box, cold does not exist. Cold was a word created to define a feeling that we have. Global cooling is actually a feeling that we have when the temperature decreases. So now we can be on the same page there is no global cooling. It was a term used by politicians not a scientific theory. This term describe the lack of heat that we feel. Now on to something that is...

Praise of Moses

Deuteronomy 34 – Praise of Moses My daily, cover-to-cover bible read concluded today with the praise of Moses. To summarize Deuteronomy chapter 34 in twenty-five words or less I would say; Moses views the Promised Land from Nebo. The death and burial of Moses, The mourning of the people. Joshua succeeds Moses, The praise of Moses. Not to abiding of literature rules, but hey I got the job done. Deuteronomy Chapter 34 was a very quick read, being only 12 verses. The chapter begins with Moses unwilling to leave his work. After finally completing all that needed to be done he began creating the feeling of willingness to die. The Lord came to him and vowed that Moses should be able to view the Promised Land. God shows Moses the promise land, although he cannot enter it, after this, Moses dies on Mount Nebo. God reserves the brightest discoveries of his grace to his people to support their dying moments. Those may leave this world with cheerfulness, which die in the faith of Christ, and in the hope of heaven. Moses obeyed the commands of God as willingly as any other. He died in honor and in peaceful company of God. Some say Moses died “at the mouth of the Lord,” living life according to the will of God. Servants of the Lord that accomplish all of their work, must at some time die, and be willing to go home to God. This moment is whenever God sends for them. Moses was rewarded for his service. The people who mourned the loss of Moses began realizing that if we...

Social Chameleon

Social Chameleon or Personality Disorder Are you a skilled social actor or a social chameleon? Are you socially skilled or just fitting in? I believe that we all engage in impression management. Meaning that we are all trying to “fit in” into a variety of social situations. We all have the ability to read social cues and alter our behavior in order to try to “fit in” to a specific situations. Humans also have the advanced traits of social control, particularly the skill in social acting. Self-confidence and poise allow us to be effective in a wide variety of social situations essentially blending into unnatural roles. The social  chameleon changes depending on the environment and who is present, constantly struggling to fit in. This constantly changing identity makes it difficult to establish a firm sense of self. Chameleons are people trying to be the right person in the right place at the right time with the right knowledge or skill.  Even if they do not know anything about the subject they will try to convey a sense or knowledge. If you analyze that a step deeper the person continually monitors their social performance, skillfully adjusting it when they detect that they are not having the desired effect. Once the person has made a good impression and won over the trust factor they tend to have less satisfying relationships with the person or group of people that they infiltrated. Which if you are only happy and content for the short time frame after gaining acceptance, than what happens afterwards? More than likely this feeling creates a conflict in the person, that...

Deuteronomy 28 – Obey God or Be Destroyed

Obey God or Be Destroyed This chapter is written in a way that describes, the blessing of God or His wrath, or in easier terms obey God or be destroyed.  Deuteronomy 28 tells of the blessings which God pronounces on the obedient, particular privileges which the faithful shall receive. Blessings are here but listed before the curses and in less detail. This shows us that God is slow to anger, but swift to show mercy. The curses pronounced against the ungodly and idolatrous and are detailed in this chapter. There is also a breakdown of the miseries which should be inflicted on people who disobey and what should happen if they neglect the commandments of the Lord. If we do not keep God’s commandments, we not only come short of the blessing promised, but we lay ourselves under the curse, which includes all misery, as the blessing all happiness. People who disobey shall be consumed by fever, drought and barrenness and they shall be defeated by their enemies. Take observation of the justice of these curses. In biblical time this meant the person would be afflicted with the botch of Egypt which led to madness and blindness. Curses Rest Upon Sinner Not only would the person be cursed by the botch of Egypt but wherever the sinner went, the curse of God followed; wherever he is, the curse rests upon him.  The curse would cause disappointment in all their projects. Whatever they had would also be under a curse. All their enjoyments are made bitter; taking away the allowance of true comfort in them.  This would ultimately test those who...

Deuteronomy 15 – Cancelling of Debts

Cancellation of Debt Today I was blessed by ending my daily reading with Deuteronomy Chapter 15.  It was an amazing chapter that I could fully relate to since I am buried under student debt.  It seems like I paid premium dollar for education that I could apply to a job that never existed.  It was a trap.  It was a false promise.So below is my perspective of Deuteronomy 15 and the cancellation of debt. Here is a quick summary for those with the attention span of a…. what was I talking about? Moses speaks to Israel: all debts cancelled after seven years. God instructs everyone to be generous to the poor and to not refrain from lending because the Sabbath year approaches. Slaves are to be released every seventh year, and not turned out empty-handed. Meaning send them on their way with enough to survive in the world. Slaves who wished to continue serving would have their ear pierced with an awl, to signify the relationship. The firstborn of the herd or flock is to be given to the Lord. The sacrifice must be flawless. In every single way. If you couldn’t even finish the first paragraph without having your mind wander you should stop now… or if you truly want to find out about the cancellations of debt and the seventh year proceed. Could you imagine a world where debts would be canceled every 7 years? A place where every creditor knows that by forgiving the debt of a fellow person, they are actually increasing the value of that persons life.  The creditor must know that God will...

Debatable Discussions…

Debate VS Discussion Damn you English language for once again making things to hard on simple minded people like myself. Last week while attending a marriage seminar in San Antonio Texas, Danielle and I for a better word got in an argument about whether we consistently have debates or discussions. Which in turn led into a debatable discussion about the two terms. Dictionary.com defines debate as something that is open to discussion or argument. Where discussion is defined as the action or process of talking about something, typically in order to reach a decision or to exchange ideas. After doing some more research using thesauruses and dictionaries I concluded that a discussion normally is centered on a particular topic. Typically two or more people are trying to establish the validity of the topic and reach a conclusion.  On the other hand debate takes place to oppose certain points regarding a topic. The main intent is to prove their own correctness by engaging in arguments to prove the other wrong.  In other words a debate is verbal “fight.” It’s about winning an argument.  Discussions are the “breaking apart” of issues.  It’s about  finding an agreed upon solution or answer. My wife and I don’t agree about everything, so we discuss the matters. Some things we’ll probably never agree on, but we can understand why the other person thinks as they do even without agreeing with their conclusion. This is an important part of a DISCUSSION and trying to understand the other person’s view and reasons. You can’t have a civil discussion without first understanding the other person and their feelings...

There’s No Place Like Home

Nomadic Versus Home Base If you had the opportunity to live a nomadic life, traveling from place to place, would you do it? Do you need a home base? What makes a place “home” to you? What is your comfort zone? Nomadic essentially means anything that involves moving around a lot. Nomadic hunter-gatherer tribes followed the animals they hunt and carried the tents they slept in with them. Many Biblical characters, such as Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, David and others, lived a nomadic lifestyle. In a modern time you don’t have to be a nomad to live a nomadic lifestyle. In fact if you dive in deeper people who are chasing the American dream of a huge house, fast car and a white picket fence, settle down and are enslaved to ideas they don’t understand and can’t break free from.  Honestly if you are constantly striving for that dream what happens when you catch it?  Do you keep upgrading houses, cars and fences? Are you going into debt to achieve this level of the American dream? Most are.  For fun lets pretend that you are financially independent and you buy your house, car and fence in cash.  Are you actually at home that often or are you traveling the world experiencing everything it has to offer? Exactly. Modern day nomads, I consider to be independent thinkers and entrepreneurs. This group of people choose a life of trying to break free from the template lifestyle. They are choosing to live life on their own terms.  I am not saying people who settle down aren’t independent thinkers, lifestyle igniters, or not...

Fly on the Wall

If you could be a “fly on the wall” anywhere and at any time in history, where and when would you choose? As I was enjoying my sabbath this morning, my mind began wandering.  There has been so many times I thought to myself, wow that would’ve been really cool to see.  Or when you hear of a conspiracy and you instantly are thinking about what it would have been like to be there and witness everything unravel.  So I did a simple Google search for the top 10 events in US history.  According to a poll of Americans this is how they ranked these historic events. 10) Barack Obama elected president 2008 …. 9) Armstrong walks on the moon 1969…. 8) The Civil Rights Act 1964…. 7) The Marshall Plan 1947…. 6) Women’s suffrage 1920…. 5) The Emancipation Proclamation 1863…. 4) Lewis and Clark arrive at the Pacific 1805…. 3) Louisiana Purchase 1803…. 2) Ratification of the Constitution 1789…. 1) Declaration of Independence 1776. Yes these are all amazing events.  Mostly representing a shift in our history that helped shape our current situation.  The easiest way to view this list is in reverse.  We declared independence from the tyranny of England. In 1789 the constitution was ratified, meaning to sign or give formal consent making it officially valid. Napoleon Bonaparte sells the Louisiana Territory to Jefferson for $15 Million and a forgiveness of debt.  This land purchase made it possible for the dynamic duo of Lewis and Clark to explore great unknown and arrive on the pacific coast in 1805.  As American’s proceeded to develop the country they...

Rest Days

My wife left me…  literally she is gone.  This leaves an empty place in not only my life but my schedule.  Okay seriously she only left me for the weekend, but by the time she left the drive way I already had started missing her (cue the sad romantic music).  I mean honestly she is so freaking amazing and the sexiest woman on the planet who wouldn’t miss her?!  I realized something a few hours ago and that is I have to do something that I haven’t done in well over a year….  Yes I have to take my day of rest without my wife Danielle.  What in the hell am I suppose to do?  Typically when we take rest day together there is no resting… haha yes I am uber mature.  Now I do have to clarify so I do not come across as a sex crazed male, but who am I suppose to talk to, play cards with or just relax with?  She is my soul mate and the best friend any one could ask for. She is headed to a sales training in Missouri and I am sitting here in a big dark empty house with our two dogs (Jackson and Fiore) who speak some form of a language that resembles mandarin (I’m convinced they are ridiculously smart but cannot convey it). What-oh-what are we supposed to do while mom is away?  We played hide and seek and of course they won, we played cards and I won, we sat on the patio and enjoyed the quiet and we both won. But I am out of...

The Bathroom Wall

Have you ever traveled across country or even just down to your local 7-11?  Well what does your local gas station or rest area have in common with the internet?  At first it appears there are zero overlays. If you look closer you begin to see similarities. Gas stations have isle of food, crabby low hourly workers and disgusting bathrooms that God forbid you have to take the Browns to the Super Bowl.  The internet has millions of articles and products available for consumption, usually low hourly pay workers update content for people to consume and there are plenty of forums, blogs and social media outlets for people to dump all over. Internet or Public Restroom? This got me thinking after sitting through a presentation the other day.  People are presented opportunities all the time, what is the first thing they do?  Most people that are against throwing money at a product, service or company without doing due diligence.  So the first thing that most due is get online go to Google and type in what they are looking for. Doing a Google search and reading random thoughts on blogs and certain websites is not doing research. The internet is the bathroom wall of our generation where anyone can write what they want when the want about anything they want.  The WORST thing is when someone writes something they are not held accountable for their statements. Previously in history you had to provide documentation and supporting articles or research when contributing information. Now a days you must have the credential of being able to use one finger to type...

Flip Flop Poverty

Hind Sight is 20/20… I just returned home from a First Steps to Success seminar in San Antonio Texas. After sharing my testimonial many times that weekend I realized what had ‘flip flopped’ in my day to day lifestyle.  There was something specific that changed after my first event that caused me to not recognize my life. Prior to plugging into Danijohnson.com I had the knack for finding niches and exploiting them to the marketplace and it was paying off HUGE!!! I had created businesses that were projecting hundreds of thousands of dollars in income, but that didn’t matter because I was spending it faster than I could make it. This revolving door took me down a path of chasing money by throwing more time at situations.  At one point I was working 80-100 hour weeks while attending college. Yes I said 100 hours a week outside of studying and going out partying!  I wouldn’t sleep for days at a time! This resulted in terrible relationships with family and friends.  I had declining health and my mind would never shut off.  The worst part was I had no relationship with GOD! Without me knowing God had been blessing me with opportunities as a test to see how I handled success and how I handled my seed (money).  Seeds are meant to reproduce and generate more seeds.  I was eating my seed before I could even plant it, meaning I was wasting money before I could invest it.  Have you ever heard the line “If you master the little things in life, you will be made ruler over much?”, well...

Deuteronomy 10 Tablets Like the First Ones

Deuteronomy 10:17 For the Lord your God is God of gods and Lord of lords, the great, the mighty, and the awesome God, who is not partial and takes no bribe. The book of Deuteronomy chapter 10 is broken down into two parts.  The chapter begins with God’s mercy to Israel after their rebellion (once again) and the chapter ends with an exhortation to obedience. Moses reminded the Israelites of God’s great mercy to them, which has happened many times now. God gave them his law. Thus God has intrusted them and God led them forward toward Canaan. He appointed a standing ministry among them for holy things. The succession is kept up by the Spirit’s work on men’s hearts, qualifying and making some willing for that work in every age. God accepted Moses as an advocate  for them, and therefore appointed him to be their leader. Here is a reminder that Moses plead for them and for God to forgive them of their trespasses and was given all power in heaven and in earth. As I mentioned before the chapter ends with a reminder of obedience to God. We must fear the Lord our God. We must love Him, and delight in communion with Him. We must walk in the ways in which He has appointed us to walk. We must serve Him with all our heart and soul. We must keep His commandments, because there is true honor and pleasure in obedience. We are than taught once again our duty to our neighbor. And those who have themselves been in distress, and have found mercy with God,...

Play Together, Stay Together.

Recently I glanced at an article that some emotional woman posted to her boyfriends wall on the Book of Faces.  The article was titled: Do Couples Who Play Together Stay Together?, I proceeded with caution because the term “Play” can be misconstrued now a days especially on the internet. Shortly after starting the article I went off on a tangent similar to the squirrel situation in the Movie Up. In the first paragraph I realized that the reason with Americans being in a financial bind is every single angle of the media perceives taking out debt for happiness as OK!  Literally 1/3 of this article was about how “Financial institutions often encourage borrowing money against the equity in a home to finance a needed vacation.”  No wonder we are all in massive trouble.  At the end of the day you have to break down necessity versus luxury. Do we need to eat this week orrrrrr should we go to Disney World and eat pizza with Mickey Mouse?  Well pizza sounds good we better refinance our house so we can afford to go!  STUPID!!!!! Marital satisfaction is analyzed in the second paragraph, which is something that could be defined differently by the husband and wife depending on the year.  It states that between 1 and 5 years and 17 or more years together that marital activities performed together increased the happiness where as people being married 6 to 16 years weren’t influenced either way.  Studies regarding marital satisfaction indicate that levels of marital satisfaction decline after the fourth or fifth year of marriage and stay at a lower level until...

WAR ON DEBT

Soldiers of the War! When these 166 people first plugged into DaniJohnson.com, they thought they’d ALWAYS be stuck in a rut. They thought they’d ALWAYS live paycheck to paycheck. They thought they’d ALWAYS be in a pit of debt. Some thought they’d ALWAYS be fighting with their spouse about money and saying “I don’t have the money” for the rest of their lives. And now, look at what they have done!!! These 166 people were on stage at our live training event, First Steps To Success, in San Antonio, TX this past weekend because they used our War On Debt program to pay off $16.5 MILLION DOLLARS of debt in an average of 68 months! AND they have $10.2 million dollars of income producing assets, $2.1 million dollars in savings and 17 people are 100% DEBT-FREE. Isn’t this so ENCOURAGING? If they can get out from under the burden of debt, SO CAN YOU!!! It starts with getting War On Debt! To learn more about the WAR ON DEBT program click...

Women Heirs

Numbers 36 – Women Heirs In this final chapter of Numbers, the daughters of Zelophehad are instructed to marry within their tribe to maintain their tribe’s inheritance. This chapter continues on the theme of allocating the Promised Land. The basic idea is that with no sons, the property of Zelophehad goes to his daughters to help carry on his estate and his “name”. One of the principles of inheritance is that the property of the wife is given to her husband, and this chapter is largely how we figure that out. The leaders of Manasseh complain that if Zelophehad’s daughters marry outside of Manasseh, then Zelophehad’s property will be permanently given to that other tribe. The tribal inheritances are meant to be permanent, so transferring property from one tribe to another breaks that permanence. This only becomes a problem when a woman inherits her father’s land and passes it on to her husband. Moses responds by agreeing to close this tribal loophole. Any woman who inherits property from her father must marry within her father’s tribe. This serves the dual role of preserving her father’s name amongst his brothers and preserving the land within the larger tribe. To remedy this inconvenience the daughters were ordered to marry family of their father’s tribe. This was to be a law to all heiresses for the future in other tribes. The daughters followed the new law by marrying their father’s brother’s sons (cousins), thus keeping the inherited land in their own tribe. Do you come from a family of all daughters? How was your inheritance carried out? Do you see benefit in...

Numbers Chapter 23:19

Numbers 23: 19 – God is not swayed “God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: has he said, and shall he not do it? or has he spoken, and shall he not make it good?” Balak was being rebuked for reasoning that God could be persuaded through human strategy and also for not realizing that the Israelites could not be cursed no matter what strategy was used. God is not limited like man is. He is not limited to time, space or any other measure. God can do it all, He is omnipotent which means one who can do what is impossible. Balaam said that God is not a man that He should lie, or the Son of Man that He should change His mind. God had spoken what He had spoken, and that was the end of the story. Balaam was told to bless the Israelites, and He did. Balaam is saying that God is not like men. Men are known for lying, unfaithfulness, and not keeping their word. God on the other hand, never lies and is constantly faithful. When He decides to bless a people, they are blessed. God will not change His mind and curse them immediately after blessing them. Only a person, who can be corrupted by others, power, and money could be so fickle, but not God. He is holy and trustworthy. Do you question God’s promises? Have you realized that true blessings happen for a reason (GOD) and typically even when you fall down things are much better? What Balak didn’t...

Numbers 14: Spies, Lies & Punishment

Numbers 14: Spies, Lies & Punishments. The 12 spies that were sent into the land of milk and honey become fearful of the Canaanite people. The investigators bring back an unfavorable report about the land in which God had promised them. All of the people of Israel bickered that night, voicing complaints against Moses and Aaron. The people also complained that dying in Egypt, or dying out in the wilderness they had been living in, would be an easier fate than dying at the hands of the sword of someone from the “promised land”. The people argued that they’d actually be safer returning to Egypt, and decided to appoint a new leader. God responds with a punishment of a forty-year stay in the wilderness, plenty of time for the present generation to die out completely. God states that each of the forty years spent wandering the desert will be punishment for each of the forty days the spies had spent searching Canaan and that they are to remember this as they all slowly die off in the desert. He then kills off the other ten spies with a deadly plague because he felt they were responsible for scaring the people of Israel into rebelling in the first place using slander and lies. God saves Caleb and Joshua for He feels that they remained faithful and justly will be spared the punishment. The old generation will die, and God will start over with a new people. Sin and rebellion produces death; but out of death, God makes a new thing. “If the Lord is pleased with us, then He will...
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