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7th day/Saturday vs 1st day/Sunday Does it really matter to Hashem (God/ in Hebrew) which day we keep, isn't any day as good as the next? Let's let the Word speak for Himself, & the beast for itself. …A) The WORD: …{Genesis 2:1-3 NKJV} Thus the heavens and the earth, and all the host of them, were finished. And on THE SEVENTH DAY God ended His work which He had done. Then God BLESSED THE SEVENTH DAY and SANCTIFIED It, because in it He rested from all His work which God had created and made…

Acts 8:22-23 (NLV) You must be sorry for this sin of yours and turn from it. Pray to the Lord that He will forgive you for having such a thought in your heart. I see that you are full of jealousy and chained by your sin.” During a time of worship, I had a vision of an elephant's foot in chains. Elephants are the largest animals on land! Male African elephants weigh up to 15,000 pounds,& females weigh up to 8,000 pound...If a chain can keep them bound, think about how sin's chains bind…

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Many years ago I traveled to Northern India and was staying in one of the high and holy cities of Hinduism. It was my first time ministering there, so my hosts took me on a four-day introduction tour of the religion. During the tour, we entered a temple that housed the most horrific idol I ever saw. I had no idea that things like this existed. It was a huge, maybe 20-foot-high, image of a male sexual organ. Filling the temple were Hindu pilgrims, who had made their way with excitment…

Teedos were a species of small, sentient reptilian scavengers that had a peculiar sense of identity—individual Teedos also referred to themselves as Teedo. One male Teedo operated on the planet Jakku southwest of Niima Outpost. He rode a luggabeast and had no respect for any one but himself. They had two toes on each foot and three fingers on each hand. They worshiped a goddess named R'iia, and believed the violent weather storms on Jakku were her breath, or X'us'R'iia.[4] starwars.wikia.com

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