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The Condemnation

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Join Lawmaster Sunday at 10:00am right here on blogtalkradio to hear the word on the condemnation. Questions-of-Interest: 1) Romans 8:34 - Who is he that condemneth? 2) Malachi 3:8 - Will a man rob God? I have considered the question (1Samuel 20:32): What hath he (the defendant) done? and that question is tantamount to this: what commandment, law, etc. has he (the defendant) broken? The defendant has broken these commandments: 1) Ecclesiastes 12:13: fear God, and keep his commandments (on the strength of the first statement given in Ezekiel 18:20 and the word of the LORD spoken to me in Joshua 1:18, the penalty for breaking the Ecclesiastes 12:13 commandment is death); 2) Amos 4:12: prepare to meet thy God; 3) Jonah 1:6: call upon thy God; 4) 2Kings 2:16, Matthew 7:7 and 8: seek thy master; seek, and ye shall find: he that seeketh findeth; 5) Hebrews 13:17: obey them that have the rule over you; 6) Proverbs 22;22 and 2Corinthians 6:10: rob not the poor, because he (God) is poor, yet possessing all things; 7) Mark 12:17: render to God the things that are God's; 8) Deuteronomy 27:10: obey the voice of the LORD thy God, and do his commandments and his statutes, which I command thee this day; 9) Revelation 19:10: worship God; 10) the defendant has not kept the Acts 23:9 directive: let us not fight against God; and 11) the defendant has not fulfilled the Genesis 31:16 injunction: whatsoever God hath said to thee, do. Conclusion: (John 9:24) - This man (the defendant in this episode) is a sinner.

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