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Isaiah 30: Futile Confidence in Egypt

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Who take counsel, but not of Me. The Lord “conceived” Israel from Abraham. He took care of this little seed until it became a great a nation. Just as a loving father cares for his children, giving them everything they need to grow, the Most High also sustained His people, fulfilling all their needs.

But as they grew, they became rebellious and ungrateful. As Judah faced the impending tragedy of the Assyrian invasion, it turned away from the Lord and sought protection in the arms of Egypt.

And so, the people, who were already in a cycle of disobedience, accumulated even more sins upon themselves by seeking refuge in the Egyptians. Those who are far from the Most High must repent urgently because sin attracts sin (Ps. 42.7). This means that, once a person surrenders to error, he or she becomes more and more involved with evil.

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Proverbs 30: The Wisdom of Agur

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The Word of God is perfect, that is why nothing should be taken away, changed, altered, or added to it. God’s Teaching are capable of meeting all the needs of humanity.

He is not pleased when people try to conjecture things about the Word with the intention of perfecting it.

Those who use the Word of God to raise discussions about its teachings, instead of sharing its valuable Advice, will be accursed, as the apostle Paul Said in Galatians 1.8-9.

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Isaiah 48: Israel Refined for God’s Glory

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Not in truth or in righteousness. Even though the people came from the ”house of Jacob” and the “wellsprings of Judah,” which means they would begin the lineage of the Messiah, there was no sincerity in their actions. The people seemed to serve God, for they fulfilled their religious rites, but there was no integrity or holiness in their conduct.

Nowadays, how many people have the fluent vocabulary of a religious person, but their faith is limited to their lips?

They are seemingly pious but live in the practice of injustice, they show spirituality but are hypocrites. The holy injustice; they show spirituality but are hypocrites. The holy and true character of God will not allow Him to come and rescue the false or declare the wicked innocent.

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Proverbs 29: The Influence of a Leader

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A nation’s situation reflects their leader. This also applies to any business or institution. When the righteous are in authority, they work hard to do the best for the population, and they succeed.

Good leaders work with dedication and are committed to the needs of those who are under their responsibility.

However, when the wicked are in authority, everyone suffers. Sadly, this is what happens when leaders are chosen without wisdom and responsibility.

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