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    God first
    Sin, who should you ask forgiveness from sin?
    Wrote 05-16-2007
    Here I sat thinking on one thing “sin” how does if effect our God, Jesus Christ and the people around us. Now let me say no matter what sin we do God stills loves us.

    Whether the sin is forgivable or not God all ways loves us because we know of one sin that is unforgivable lets begin with it.

    Mark 3:28 Verily I say unto you, All sins shall be forgiven unto the sons of men, and blasphemies wherewith soever they shall blaspheme: 29 But he that shall blaspheme against the Holy Ghost hath never forgiveness, but is in danger of eternal damnation: 30 Because they said, He hath an unclean spirit.

    I not going to deal with the why this sin is unforgivable but what am going to deal with who it effects if some one does it and how it effects.

    Its would effect God because its address at him, then it would mock the gift Jesus Christ gave to us which mocks the works of Jesus Christ, then it belittle the words spoken from the ones with the gift ministries, and all so all that witness the very act.

    Now lets look at some of the well known ten commandments set by Moses for God . Which begin with “Thou shalt have no other Gods’ before me” me being our heavenly God the Father of Jesus Christ.

    We can make anything a God from money, food, cars, animals, anything we put above God even our churches. But who does this effect?

    Its would effect God because its not him being God for that period of time, then it would mock the gift Jesus Christ gave to us which mocks the works of Jesus Christ, then it belittle the words spoken from the ones with gift ministries, all so all that witness the very act, then it effects that which you made god.

    Now some things we make gods effect our family that come after us because they bring sickness from things like over eating if food is our god at time.

    Next we read “Thou shalt not kill” this one effects the person killed first, then the persons family and friends, then breaking God’s law of love and taking away a love one from him, and its mocks the gift of Christ by killing a brother or sister he die for and last your family and friends are hurt.

    Do I need to go on or do you get the ideal sin is against many not just God . We need to be sorry for all our sins have hurt over time.

    Jesus Christ gave up his life for sin nature not the sins themselfs that we are doing and will do and that why he told us to forgive each other trespasses and for us to live love.

    Now God knows we are human and that is why he forgives sin against the law of love and helps us to move on as we try to sin no more. But all we can do is our best and that is all that is asked of us.

    I will end here , thank you, with love and a holy kiss blowing your way Roy.

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    year 2027....

    More on the 10 Commandments...I thought you might like.....

    Imagine for a moment that the Bible really was inspired by God (this will be exceptionally easy for most people). One would expect this book to be the most comprehensive volume of knowledge for dealing with all matters facing mankind. This could include infallible direction on such endeavors as morality, medicine, cosmology, history, biology, and all other natures under the sun that concern mankind. Yet, it is questionably inadequate with all these respects. For example, the Bible is grossly flawed with matters of morality (and indeed, this is what it is chiefly used as a source of in today's society). For a specific example, one needs to look no further than the Ten Commandments. These are nowhere near the ultimate guide to human morality and it would be trivially easy to show this. On the surface, this would seem a daunting task as this is the only part of the Bible that the creator of the universe thought to physically write himself. If one really believes that, then they would expect these to be the most incredible words ever written down, in any language, in the history of mankind. Well, here they are, prepare to be amazed:

    I. You shall have no other gods before Me.
    II. You shall not make for yourself a carved image--any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.
    III. You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain.
    IV. Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
    V. Honor your father and your mother.
    VI. You shall not murder.
    VII. You shall not commit adultery.
    VIII. You shall not steal.
    IX. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
    X. You shall not covet your neighbor's house; you shall not covet your neighbor's wife, nor his male servant, nor his female servant, nor his ox, nor his donkey, nor anything that is your neighbor's.

    The first four commandments have nothing whatsoever to do with morality at all. It only forbids praying to other imaginary friends, worshiping statues, uttering phrases like "God D---it!", and not working on Sunday. One wonders how crucial these precepts are to building a moral fabric on which to maintain a civilized society. Could it be that these are nothing more than archaic phrases meant to control a primitive and superstitious people? They have absolutely nothing to do with intelligent people living in the 21st century. This fact alone should keep them from being put up in any courtroom. The next five have to do with morality, but again, one only needs to look back at all successful societies that have flourished in world history to see that they also followed these basic principles…even before the Bible. It is also questionable how many people have honored their parents, or not committed adultery, murder, theft, or perjury because the Bible explicitly says so. There is nothing especially wondrous about these being said in this "divine" text. The simple truth of the matter is there are very apparent evolutionary reasons why people treat their parents well and think less of murders, adulterers, thieves, and liars. It is also strange why the supreme creator chose to close his treatise on morality with coveting other people's goods. Could he think of no other more pressing issue?

    Furthermore, in almost the same breath as giving these moral maxims, the good Lord also fully expects us to beat our kids with rods when they get out of line (Proverbs 13:24, 20:30, and 23:13-14), kill them when they talk back (Exodus 21:15, Leviticus 20:9, Deuteronomy 21:18-21, Mark 7:9-13, and Matthew 15:4-7), and stone people to death for such phantasmal crimes as heresy, homosexuality, working on the Sabbath, worshipping graven images, and practicing witchcraft (Deuteronomy 13:6, 8-15). The creator also expects us to keep slaves (Leviticus 25:44-46) and gives the freedom to men to sell their own daughters into sexual slavery (Exodus 21:7-11). No where in the Bible does Jesus object to slavery and St. Paul even tells slaves to serve their Christian masters especially well (Ephesians 6:5).

    In fact, it would take you about 1 minute to make the Bible a more coherent text on morality. Take your Bible, rip out Deuteronomy, Exodus, and Leviticus from the Old Testament and 2 Thessalonians, Revelations, and parts of Matthew from the new testament and from a moral perspective, the book is greatly improved. Yet, even then, it would not be the best guide to morality we have. In fact, Mahavira, the Jain patriarch did it in a single sentence: "Do not injure, abuse, oppress, enslave, insult, torment, torture, or kill any creature or living being." I wonder how different the history of Christianity would be if this was the single ideal on which the Bible was written.


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      God first

      Beloved nosaer28

      God loves you my dear friend

      The Ten Commandments are building blocks to teach us in way we mankind could understand when there were wrote

      The ten Commandments were wrote in a time were the people had just come out of being slaves they were not ready for more it was body steps to get the people ready for the coming of Christ

      They are the beginning for us to reach for that which we see not

      and there are more books than the books of the bible

      thank you

      with love and a holy kiss blowing your way Roy