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Isaiah 46: Dead Idols and the Living God

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Who have been upheld by Me. The Almighty shows that while idols gave (and still give) trouble because they had to be carried by their worshipers, or on the backs of animals (v.1), He had been carrying His people for years on end, guiding, sustaining, and delivering them, without ever abandoning them. He used the example of a mother to illustrate the constant and loyal love of the Most High; just as a woman carries her child in her womb, feels pain when the child is born, and protects the child as he or she grows, He begot and protected the nation of Israel (Exod. 19.4; Deut. 1.31).

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Genesis 25: Abraham and Keturah

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Before dying, Abraham wanted to be certain that all that the Most High had promised him through the Covenant would continue on to Isaac. So, he left all he had to him, including the most important thing: his blessing. Isaac inherited his father’s Godly authority.

God would be with him as He had been with Abraham. This meant that even if Isaac did not receive any physical goods for his father, the blessing that was passed on to him would enable him to create even greater riches.

This same blessing has been passed down, from generation to generation, and now it has reach us, through faith in the Lord Jesus.

This is God the Father’s inheritance for His children, giving them the freedom to accomplish their dreams here on earth, within His will (Gal. 3.29).

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Matthew 25: The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins

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The ten virgins. This parable is a warning from the Lord Jesus about the need to always be alert to His return. The ten young women were virgins, that is, they had a pure faith, but only half were ready to meet the Bridegroom.

The five virgins who had prepared themselves were called “wise” and the five neglectful virgins were called “foolish.” The wise virgins took extra oil and , therefore, were ready to meet the Bridegroom.

This oil represents the Holy Spirit.

It is He Who keeps the flame of faith and communion with God Burning. Because the foolish and neglectful virgins did not take with them, their lamps went out.

These represent people who are in the church, are baptized in water, return their first fruits, give offerings, evangelize, but do not prioritize the Holy Spirit in their life. For this reason they will hear from the Lord the terrible statement: “Assuredly, I say to you, I do no know you”(v.12).

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Genesis 24: A Bride for Isaac

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After the death of Sarah, Abraham wanted to find a wife for Isaac. His concern was the she should not be a woman from the land of Canaan, but from their ancestors.

Abraham perfectly understood the Almighty’s plans regarding his descendants and so he could not allow interbreeding with pagan peoples.

This means that, after giving our life to the Lord Jesus, the most important step to be taken is marriage, because God’s goal is to make our Salvation bulletproof. But for this to occur, it has to be done between people with the same faith.

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