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Nimrod is a fascinating person to study. He was the most powerful king on earth in his day. He was the son of Ham and the grandson of Noah, who was still alive during Nimrods’ reign. Surely the satan wanted some payback for the flood, and he deeply corrupted Noah’s grandson, making him the fiercest human enemy of Yahuah who ever lived. Continue reading “Is Nimrod The Beast Which Will Rise From The Abyss?”
Sitting in Sunday School this morning, our teacher asked everyone to turn to 1st John, chapter three, verse four. I love this scripture, as it defines what sin is. Let me ask you, before you go further, what is sin?
Its clearly defined for us. My Pastor said “We should believe what Jesus says about the Word of God”., and he is right. My Pastor also said “When we contradict Yahweh, we blaspheme Him”, which is also true.
So what is sin, brothers?
Most people in your church, including you, likely do not know. Our Pastors teach continually the necessity of “not sinning”. We all know sin = bad. We all know we are sinners, yet as Paul said, we do continually obey our flesh and deny our minds, ultimately we sin. But sin can be avoided, because Yahuah tells us plainly each sin. In writing.