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The sword is the word of God.(John 1:1).and it divides, cuts and separates if one is wise enough to use it to advantage.(*). People who may know you, often do not want you to think independently from them.
   They love to have their opinions influence you. As a wise man once said "We all want to play God". 

The quickest way to separate yourself from others is to show them you really adhere to what you believe. But take a lesson from Stephen. If they do not agree, they will distance themselves from you. Now you know how good a friend they would have been, expecting of you a different standard than they adhere to.

God wants us to have peace, prosperity with abundance in excess, perfect holy character and constant joy.

Christ made all this possible:.John 10:10; 14:6. All the promises are in Him:.2Corinthians 1:20. Accept Him.(see what that means).and they are yours, for He then His high consciousness nature will begin to unfold as your nature:.John 17:23,26.

Comprised with.Adam Clarke's Commentary:."These laws were probably given to Moses while he was on the mount with God. The time was quite sufficient, as he was there with God not less than fourscore days in all, forty days at the giving and forty days at the renewing of the now abolished, Mosaic law.

"As in the course of this book the different kinds of sacrifices commanded to be offered are repeatedly occurring, I think it best, once for all, to give a general account of them and a definition of the original terms, as well as of all others relative to this subject which are used in the Old Testament and the reference in which they all stood to the great sacrifice offered by Christ. 

"1. Trespass offering.(Hebrew, Asham). Used when punishment due or liable to be punished. In this sacrifice the guilt was considered as being transferred to the animal offered up to God and the offerer redeemed from the penalty of his sin:.Leviticus 7:37. Christ is said to have made his soul an offering for sin:.Isaiah 53:10

"2. Fire offering.(Hebrew, Ishsheh). Probably from the Hebrew word 'ashash', meaning to be grieved, angered, inflamed, where either points out the distressing nature of sin or its property of incensing Divine justice against the offender, who, in consequence, deserving burning for his offense, made use of this sacrifice to be freed from the punishment due to his transgression:.Exodus 29:18 and in many places of this book. 

"3. Iterated or Repeated Offerings.(Hebrew, Habhabim). Means to supply. The word occurs only in.Hosea 8:13.and probably means no more than the continual repetition of the accustomed offerings or continuation of each part of the sacred service. 

"4. Sacrifice.(Hebrew, Zebach). A creature slain in sacrifice. Zebach is a common name for sacrifices.in general

"5. Festival.(Hebrew, Chag). Especially such as had a periodical return. Means to celebrate a festival, to dance round and round in circles:.Exodus 5:1.  The circular dance was probably intended to point out the revolution of the heavenly bodies and the exact return of the different seasons.

"6. Sin offering.(Hebrew, Chattaah). Signifies sin in general and is a very apt term to express its nature by. A sinner is continually aiming at and seeking happiness, but as he does not seek it in God, hence the Scripture represents him as missing his aim or missing the mark. The sin-offering was at once an acknowledgment of guilt, in having forsaken the fountain of living waters for hewing out cisterns that could hold none and also of the firm purpose of the offerer to return to God, the true and pure fountain of blessedness. This word often occurs. 

"7. Expiation or Atonement.(Hebrew, Copher). Means to cover, to smear over or obliterate or annul a contract. Used often to signify the atonement or expiation made for the pardon or canceling of iniquity.

"8. An Appointed annual festival.(Hebrew, Moed). Such feasts as were instituted in commemoration of some great event or deliverance, such as the deliverance from Egypt.

"9. Consecrations.or consecration offerings.(Hebrew, Milluim). These were offerings made in consecrations of which the priests partook.

"10. Meat offering.(Hebrew, Minchah). Means to rest, to settle after toil. It generally consisted of things without life, such as green ears of corn, full ears of corn, flour, oil and frankincense:.Leviticus 2:1. May be considered as having its name from that rest from labor and toil which a man had when the fruits of the autumn were brought in or when, in consequence of obtaining any rest, ease a significant offering or sacrifice was made to God. For example, the jealousy-offering.(Numbers 5:14,15).was a simple minchah, consisting of barley-meal only.

"11. An Oblation.(Hebrew, Masseeth). Things carried to the temple to be presented to God. The sufferings and death of Emmanuel the Christ were the true 'masseeth' or vicarious bearing of the sins of humanity:.John 1:29.

"12. FREE-WILL or voluntary offering.(Hebrew, Nedabah). An offering not commanded, but given as a particular proof of extraordinary gratitude to God for especial mercies or on account of some vow or engagement voluntarily taken:.Leviticus 7:16

"13. Libation or Drink offering.(Hebrew, Nedabah). Water or wine poured out at the conclusion or confirmation of a treaty or covenant. To this kind of offering there is frequent allusion and reference in the New Testament, as it typified the blood of Christ poured out for the sin of the world. The whole Gospel.economy is represented as a covenant or treaty between God and man, Emmanuel Christ being not only the mediator, but the covenant sacrifice, whose blood was poured out for the ratification and confirmation of this covenant or agreement between God and man. 

"14. Burnt offering.(Hebrew, Olah). Means 'to ascend', because this offering, as being wholly consumed, ascended as it were to God in smoke and vapor. It was a very expressive type of the sacrifice of Christ, as nothing less than his complete and full sacrifice could make atonement for the sin of the world. In most other offerings the priest and often the offerer had a share, but in the whole burnt offering all was given to God. 

"15. Incense or Perfume offering.(Hebrew, Ketoreth). Frankincense, and other aromatics used as a perfume in different parts of the Divine service. To this Paul compares the agreeableness of the sacrifice of Christ to God:.Ephesians 5:2. From Revelation 5:8 we learn that it was intended also to represent the prayers of the saints, which, offered up on the altar, Christ Emmanuel, that sanctifies every gift, are highly pleasing in the sight of God." 

"16. Gift offering.(Hebrew, Korban). Korban was a general name for any kind of offering, because through these a man had access to his Maker:.Leviticus 1:2."

"17. Peace offering.(Hebrew, Shelamim). Means to complete, make whole. By these offerings that which was lacking was considered as being now made up and that which was broken, viz., the covenant of God, by man's transgression of, was supposed to be made whole; so that after such an offering, the sincere and conscientious mind had a right to consider that the breach was made up between God and that man might lay confident hold on this covenant of peace. To this Paul the apostle alludes:.Ephesians 2:14-18."

"18. Thank offering.(Hebrew, Todah). Means to confess; offerings made to God with public confession of his power, goodness, mercy, etc."

"19. Wave offering.(Hebrew, Tenuphah). Means to stretch out; an offering of the first-fruits stretched out before God, in acknowledgment of his providential goodness:.Exodus 29:27." 

"20. Heave offering.(Hebrew, Terumah). Means to lift up, because the offering was lifted up towards heaven, as the wave offering, in token of the kindness of God in granting rain and fruitful seasons, and filling the heart with food and gladness. As the wave offering was moved from right to left, so the heave offering was moved up and down and in both cases this was done several times. These offerings had a blessed tendency to keep alive in the breasts of the people a due sense of their dependence on the Divine providence and bounty and of their obligation to God for his continual and liberal supply of all their wants.

"In the above collection are comprised, as far as I can recollect, these are an explanation of all the terms used in the Hebrew Scriptures which signify sacrifice, oblation, atonement, offering, as well as the reference they bear to the great and only sufficient atonement, sacrifice, oblation and satisfaction made by Christ Emmanuel for the sins of humanity. Larger accounts must be sought in authors who treat professedly on these subjects."

And there was so much more.enjoined on the ancient Israelites in Mosaic Law times to do. It was a horribly.onerous.burden to try to adopt into one's life. Thank God it's all now gone.

It must have been necessary back then to keep the peoples' minds on God and off of the pagan ways prevalent back then. 

The people didn't have the Holy Spirit of God within them, as is available for those today choosing to stretch their lives toward service and helpfulness to the one and only God of all creation, love and compassion and His Son Emmanuel the Christ, as they live their lives in such a way as to include the uplifting of others.

And because they didn't have the Holy Spirit, even with all they had to do in keeping their minds on God with the Mosaic Law, it just didn't work.

Corruptions today:
-Voting fraud; the Trump vs. Biden 2020 election.
-WHO (World Health Organization) bribing the 12 million population country Madagascar to supress anything that would interfere with the WHO's aim of perpetuating the false pandemic called Covid. More on the Covid con.

And so many more, you'll have to research yourself. Some URLs to see.


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