Monday, June 12, 2023

June 12 2023

As a goal, I decided to write a post on each chapter of the New Testament. I sectioned it off by writer, with Paul being the last because he wrote the most, and I finished his letters yesterday. Today, I started in Genesis. Though I’ve read it many times, there is something different about studying it; it is eye-opening. If you have a preconceived idea about the meaning of certain words, I suggest you double-check them using the Strong Concordance. Not only should you read your Bible to understand God and his plan, but it also clears up the misdirection by seemingly well-intentioned teachers of God’s Word. It may also shed light on the scientific malarkey used to try and control the population; I haven’t figured out the point of that, but it will be exposed eventually. I may have opened myself up to more questions than answers, but that’s okay; God has the answers, but I’m in no hurry to question him; he will enlighten me and you as he sees necessary. 

And God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament: and it was so. Genesis 1:7

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