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58. God doesn’t fight anyone

God is present from generation to generation. He is now with Joshua. Joshua thinks God is fighting the people of the Amorites: “They fought against you, but I delivered them into your power. You took …
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57. No consequences for sin?

Are there no consequences for sin? Absolutely not. Because sin is lacking, separating from the Love of God. Sin is an action and evil is its consequence. Through sin, the person hurts himself and can …
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As laurelmarycecilia mentions, there is a personal consequence to sin. Hope God is Everything has read it all. 😊
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Are there no consequences for sin? Absolutely not. You're using a double negative. This is rather confusing, Perhaps "Are there consequences for sin …More
Are there no consequences for sin? Absolutely not. You're using a double negative. This is rather confusing, Perhaps "Are there consequences for sin, absolutely," would be much better to get your message across. Many thanks.
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56.Too heavy

After an interesting internal journey, surprisingly, Moses becomes free and lucid enough to ask God for help: Was it I who conceived all this people? Or was it I who gave them birth, that you tell me …
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55. Rebuke against God

The people of Israel still rebuke against Moses: “Why did you ever make us leave Egypt? Was it just to have us die here of thirst with our children and our livestock?” Exodus, chapter 17, verse 3 It’s …
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54. God does not harden the heart

However, the people of Israel, with Moses as guide, managed to flee Pharaoh and Egypt. God seems to say, by Moses: “Thus will I make Pharaoh so obstinate that he will pursue them.” Exodus, chapter 14…
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53. God cannot curse

Abraham has the impression that God says: “I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you.” Genesis chapter 12, verse 3 If one person despises another, will he be happy? Is it possible …
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52. Jesus fights temptations

Jesus, when tempted in the desert, teaches us how to fight evil. Evil takes us away from the Eucharist and the Word of God. Evil brings us down to become lost kings and queens, far from the world and …
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51. The Heart of the ship

Theologians have seen in Noah’s ark the salvation offered to us, the salvation that raises us above sin and death. God has consideration and he proposes a boat for his people, so that he may be saved …
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50. The Covenant

After the flood, God makes a Covenant with Noah and his family. God guarantees that he will always be present: See, I am now establishing my covenant with you and your descendants after you and with …
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49. Who is like God?

Micah raises the lid on God: “Who is there like you, the God who removes guilt and pardons sin for the remnant of his inheritance; Who does not persist in anger forever, but delights rather in clemency …
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