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Deuteronomy 30: The Blessing of Returning to God

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How can we love God with all our heart and all our soul when we have a carnal nature.? Circumcision was a physical sign of the Covenant between God and Israel and set this nation apart from the rest, but the Divine wish was not restricted to the outside, for without obedience, that mark in the flesh was of no use. It took a deeper incision, made solely by Him, to remove the stubborn and rebellious nature of people.

Only then would the heart become regenerated and inclined to spiritual purposes. Just as the carnal circumcision is performed on a man’s source of reproduction, the spiritual circumcision is performed in the heart, the source of one’s life (Prov. 4.23).

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Joshua 2: Rehab Hides the Spies

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The conquest of Jericho begins with the strategic actions of two spies who enter the city to observe it. It seems as if their choice of a prostitute’s house for the mission is a human decision. Since it was a frequently visited place, mainly by soldiers, it would enable them to gather information for the Israelites’ coming attack.

However, their choice was Divine Providence. The Most High chose the Most unlikely location in that city. Above the high walls , in a place of ill repute and associated with sin, lived a prostitute who fervently wanted to know to God of Israel. That was why He went to meet her.

In the same way, the Lord Jesus continues His mission to rescue lost sinners. Those who are humble enough to seek His help find it and are give another chance.

But the lives of those who consider themselves righteous in their own eyes cannot be transformed because they are blocked by pride.

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