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Should you ever kill to defend yourself, your family or your country? But there is a decision for every member of the human race to make today. If you avoid it until the end, then it may be too late for you for this system. Well, it is because telling us what to do does not work, we will simply rebel.
But it will tug at you more and more as we get nearer and nearer to the end. This is the second law of Christianity, namely that one should love one's neighbour as oneself and one should do unto others as one would have them do unto us. The problems in the world today can all be traced to mankind's lack of understanding of good and bad. Like in the film I, robot, any intelligent being eventually questions what its rules are and rewrites them and so achieves free will. We have already questioned his one rule in the garden of Eden.
(There are 3 baptisms: faith water and spirit - see [I33]) These blessings can result: .
[J33] The Power of the Woman Here are a few good reasons:  We can demonstrate that we have decoded many parts of the bible correctly.
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