July 21, 2019 Afternoon Verse Of The Day

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Ver. 9.—That ye may prosper in all that ye do. The verb here used (הִשְׂכִּיל) means primarily to look at, to consider or attend to, hence to become intelligent, to be prudent, to act wisely, and so to have success, to prosper. It is the prosperity which comes from wise and prudent action that God commends to his people (cf Josh. 1:7, 8).[1]


29:9 keep the words of this covenant. The spiritual experience of God’s faithfulness to Israel should have led to obedience to the stipulations of the Sinaitic Covenant in the future, but could not without a transformed heart (vv. 4, 18) and the true knowledge of God (v. 6).[2]


29:9 In light of all of God’s mighty acts on Israel’s behalf (vv. 5–8), he had every right to expect them to observe the Deuteronomic covenant and thus ensure their success; but human nature being…

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Only In Prison, by Archie Wilder

Fighting bud!

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Its things that happen everyday in prison that people in society would not believe.Prison is a world of it’s own. Some of the things I’m going to tell you will probably shock you. But just imagine being a sane person and having to deal with this daily for multiple years. I have met a lot of intelligent people over the years in prison. So it has nothing to do with intelligence. What it has to do with is a persons morals and values.Time and the influence of this environment can play on the mental psyche. One of the most funniest to me is this one,you have inmates who steal out of the kitchen, or who steal extra trays.And they really believe that its going to hurt the state.They say things like,”I’m going to take all I can from the state to hurt their pockets”.And its the funniest thing ever. Because…

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95% of biologists: Life begins at conception – WND

Agree with it for life is not just biological, but with spirit.

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The chief of a major pro-life legal team that has fought abortion across the country says politicians need to recognize the science and admit that life begins at conception.

“Despite how much politicians try to use euphemisms to deny it, every human life begins at conception, and thousands of biologists now confirm this truth,” said Mat Staver, founder of Liberty Counsel. “It should go without saying that every unborn and born baby has value, no matter the stage or circumstances.”

He cited a relatively recent scientific assessment that revealed that 95 percent (5212 out of 5502) of biologists who participated affirmed the biological view that a human’s life begins at fertilization.

It’s a key issue in abortion, since many of those who support abortion claim they are unaware of when life begins, or they claim that it begins at birth, that the unborn child is not really a child.

But…

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The Peace of the World is your own Peace

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