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9781449759315

Walking Through the Weeds: Exploring the Source of Blessings and Curses

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    9781449759315

  • ISBN10:

    1449759319

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2012-08-14
  • Publisher: Author Solutions
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Have you ever wondered if you have been cursed in your life? Have you searched for answers as to why bad things have happened when you thought you were following God's will? Have you ever found yourself stuck in a painful situation and you don't know your way out? Have you doubted if God knows who you are and has your ZIP code? Have you even been confused in your reading of the Scriptures as you sought to follow your belief system? Have you failed to see the angels that God has sent? Then, Walking through the Weeds can help you better understand what God is doing in your life.

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One of the great mysteries of the New Testament is that it is veiled in the confusion of paradox. As we read the scriptures, we can easily become perplexed. We are perplexed because that which, by all appearances, appears to be false, turns out to be true, and that which is true, reveals itself as false. We don't have to go far into the Bible to encounter this strange truth. For example, when Jesus was hung on the cross on the fateful afternoon we call Good Friday, he was thought to be cursed. He was cursed by the very words that originated from His father. In the Old Testament, Deuteronomy 21:23, it is clearly pronounced that all who are hung on a tree are cursed! Consequently, all Orthodox Jews of his day could not possibly consider him the Messiah. the cross could not be an instrument of blessing! God, through his Word, had already declared the verdict. Yet, it is through this "curse" that humankind was redeemed and restored in the Kingdom and were able to re-established a living relationship with God our Father.

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