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the lord said, when anyone commits a wrong, he must make full repayment plus an additional twenty per cent. this payment is in addition to the ram used to perform the ritual of purification for the guilty person.

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if a person promise to belong to the lord in a special way, they are bound by the vow for the full time they are dedicated to him. they must be holy until the period is over, he must not make himself ceremonially unclean? but if he has defiled his consecration, the days of his vow before his defilement no longer count. he must begin all over again with a new vow.

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Ruddyy, do you wish others to comment? Asking a question will bring better responses. I see you are new. It's nice to have you here. I hope you'll hop over to Meet and Greet and introduce yourself so everyone will know you are here and can welcome you. :D

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Ruddyy, I think you hit the nail on the head with your title. Jesus took care of the rituals and vows once and for all.  If we choose to make a vow now, it is out of love, not obligation and cleanness. 

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the sacred objects? the Kohathites took care of had to be carried on their shoulders.

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shining toward the front of it, the lampstand of gold was the exact design the lord had shown Moses. whenever he went into the tent, he heard the voice oof one speakng to him between the cherubs.

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some people were defiled by the dead and did not bring the lord's offering at the proper time so the lord said to Moses, if any man shall be unclean, they may still celebrate the lords passover one month later instead on the fourteenth day. but anyone who is ritually clean who does not eat the passover must be punished.

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leaving Egypt on the twentieth day of the second month of the second year. the guiding cloud over the sacred tent lifted and came to rest in the desert of Paran. so breaking camp, the people of israel left Sinai the holy mountain. the sacred tent had been taken down, the Gershonites and the Merarites carried it marching behind the Judah camp setting out first. whenever the Ark of the covenant started out, Moses would say, scatter your enemies? o lord. and when it stopped, he would say, return o lord

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soon some israelites began complaining, that they were better off in Egypt, 'there is nothing at all to eat but this Manna day after day'. that they should never have left Egypt. so the lord became angry and sent a deadly disease through the camp. after they had buried those trouble makers, people called the place graves for the greedy.

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On 6/3/2018 at 3:50 PM, lynnmosher said:

Ruddyy, do you wish others to comment? Asking a question will bring better responses. I see you are new. It's nice to have you here. I hope you'll hop over to Meet and Greet and introduce yourself so everyone will know you are here and can welcome you. :D

has the lord spoken only through Moses? the man Moses was very meek.

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On 23/3/2018 at 10:06 PM, Nicholas Reicher said:

Ruddyy, what are you getting at? I am completely lost here.

how long will these people despise me, will they never believe me. i will disinherit them and kill them with a plague, and i will make you Moses into a greater nation. and Moses pleaded with the lord, now if you kill all your people, the nations that have heard your fame will say, he had to kill them because he wasnt strong enough to bring them into the land he swore he would give them? then the lord said, all right, i will pardon them as you have requested. 
now the time was the time of the first ripe grapes?, if the lord is pleased with us, he will give us that rich and fertile land. only dont rebel against him, the lord is long suffering and abundant in love, not easily angered

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Ruddyy - While I appreciate your love for the Word, the purpose of this section is to discuss topics with other members. The posts you're making don't fit this format or purpose and don't make sense in this context.

 

I'm going to close this topic. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me personally. :)

 

 

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