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Genesis 13: Abram Inherits Canaan

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Strife between the herdsmen. Not only was there not enough pasture for the herds to graze, there was an aggravating factor that caused Abram to separate from Lot.

The inhabitants of the land created conflict between the herdsmen. But the same thing happens today.

Many lose sight of their Salvation because of other people’s words. When God gives us an order, we should never brush it aside by listening to the opinions of others. Faith is individual.

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Matthew 14: John the Baptist Beheaded

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They all ate and were filed. This miracle is the only one that appears in all four Gospels (Mark 6.30-44; Luke 9.10-17; John. 6.1-15). It reveals the Lord Jesus’ great love and care for the afflicted and needy.

He was not concerned about the presence of the crowd; on the contrary, He healed the sick and delivered those who were being oppressed by the devil.

By multiplying the loaves and the fish to feed those thousands of people, the Lord showed His power and His desire to meet the needs of those who believe in His Word.

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Matthew 13: The Parable of the Sower

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Parables. In this chapter, there are several parables about the Kingdom of God. But what are parables? They are stories drawn from everyday life to facilitate people’s understanding of moral and spiritual teachings. Only hose who have an open and humble heart can understand the things of the Kingdom of God.

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Genesis 12: Promises to Abram

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Get out of your country. As long as Abram was bound to his country, customs, beliefs, friends, family, and comfort, God could not make him into a great nation. Staying there would jeopardize his belief in the One God.

People would try to plant doubt and make him give up on his faith. In that country, Abram would be unable to envision anything better than the lands he would inherit from his father. After all, he lived in Ur of the Chaldeans, a cosmopolitan city that had all the modern conveniences of that period.

Abram and Sarai were established and close to the people they loved, and in that age, it was extremely unusual for clans to break up; families stayed together to secure possessions and perpetuate the family name. And yet, if he had disobeyed, he would not have enjoyed a close relationship with the Almighty, God would no t have been called his Friend and he would not have had the privilege of giving birth to the earthly nation of Israel, or the spiritual nation of his descendants in the faith.

Those who lack the courage to sacrifice and obey, as Abram did, lose the chance to see the greatness of God in their lives.

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