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DEFINITION OF THE DAY (MERCY PT1)

Characteristic and action that comes from the very nature of God. On the human level it is best described as one’s consideration of the condition and needs of his fellowman. It is an essential disposition of a covenant people, especially Israel and the church. In the OT God’s

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WHAT IS THE POINT OF FEELING GUILT (PSALM 38:4)

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Guilt is bad, many counselors and therapists tell us. Guilt is therapeutic, we learn from the counsel of the Bible. Which is right? Continue reading WHAT IS THE POINT OF FEELING GUILT (PSALM 38:4)

MEN OF THE BIBLE (ADAM: WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN)

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Of the men of the Bible two knew what it was like knew what it was like to have a personal, untainted, unobstructed relationship with God himself. One was Jesus, the Son of God. The other was Adam. Continue reading MEN OF THE BIBLE (ADAM: WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN)

WHY DID MEN GUILTY OF ADULTERY GO SCOT-FREE?

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NUMBERS 5:31- Then shall the man be guiltless from iniquity, and this woman shall bear her iniquity. 

This law does not turn a blind eye toward male culpability, but only addresses the difficult problem of due process when a man suspects his wife of sexual impropriety. It is better to engage a public process than to let a jealous man have his vicious way on the theory that a woman is mere property. Far from belittling women, the process recorded here protects

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