Ehud killed the king of Moab, Eglon, by plunging a sword into his stomach. However, Eglon’s death was a result of God’s punishment for oppressing the people of Israel for eighteen years. It is not a question of murder serving God’s will. Rather, GodContinue reading HOW DOES MURDER SERVE GOD’S WILL AND WIN GOD’S APPROVAL?
HOW DOES MURDER SERVE GOD’S WILL AND WIN GOD’S APPROVAL?
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