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Joshua 4: The Memorial Stones

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As soon as the people crossed the Jordan, God commanded that a memorial be built to keep His great works alive in the memories of the children of Israel. The Lord used this method so that no one would ever forget His accomplishments.

Whenever families passed by the memorial, they were to teach their children about what happened there. By sharing the great deeds of the past, God would be exalted again, and the faith of the people would be revived.

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Philippians 3: All for Christ

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Beware. Paul warned the Philippian Christians to protect their fate from false teachers distorting Paul’s preaching, whom he referred to as dogs.

There were also evil workers promoting discord and confusion. The reality of the church and Philippi is no different from the reality of the church today.

Therefore, those who want to preserve their salvation must stay clear of those who practice evil and teach doctrines that are contrary to the Holy Spirit scriptures.

We should be careful about what we hear, read, or see so that our faith and salvation are not compromised.

There are many “dogs” spreading doctrines and concepts that have nothing to do with the faith in the word of God (Isa. 56.10).

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1 Samuel 27: David Allied with the Philistines

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David was already tired of being chased by saw and forced to hide in caves to avoid being killed by him. In a time of great pressure and spiritual weakness, he stopped trusting completely in God and instead sought protection in enemy territory.

To demonstrate loyalty to Achish, the king of the Palestinians, he did some crude things.

When we fail to look to the Most High, we begin become weak in faith, are filled with doubt and fear, and as a result, act in a way that is contrary to what he consoles.

When faith and trust give way to feelings, or choices will always be wrong comma and consequences are inevitable.

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1 Samuel 26: David Spares Saul a Second Time

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Do not destroy him. David new that Saul would have to give account to God for his evil deeds, so he did not harm him or allow any of his soldiers to do so.

When we suffer injustice, persecution or slender, we should never think of revenge or allow ourselves to become bitter.

On the contrary, we must believe that at the right time God will judge our cause and act on our behalf. It is up to him alone to grant us justice.

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