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Are You Equal?

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The LORD God will explore the relationship between these three: God, Tommy L. Hart and ISRAEL.

NOTE: the Papacy's and Gentiles' conquest and subsequent enslavement of black people is the center of the crucial matter of the Authorized Version Bible. The living God has identified, and spoken on, the focal point of scripture. The statement (Psalm 14:7) - the LORD bringeth back the captivity of his people - is correct. Psalm 72:14 - he (the LORD) shall redeem (rescue) their soul from deceit and violence.

Questions-of-Interest (Jeremiah 21;13) - who shall come down? and, who shall enter into our habitations?

Matthew chapter 5 shows two laws which the slaves were under: verse 39 - resist not evil, and verse 44 - love your enemies.

This statement (Jeremiah 22:10 and 11) concerns blacks who were, and their descendants who are, scattered abroad by the Papacy's and Gentiles' infamous international slave trade. - he shall return no more, nor see his native country. He shall not return thither (to his native country) any more. I am reminded of the port of no return.

Is John 4:24 - God is a Spirit - true or false? The statement is false: Acts 8:10 - this man - Tommy L. Hart - is the great power of God, and Luke 24:39 - a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see I - Tommy L. Hart - have.

1Cor. 13:13 says, of these three - faith, hope, charity - charity is the greatest, true or false? By the numbers, by the authority of Matt. 23:23, and by the order in which the three appear in 1Cor. 13:13, the statement is false: the greatest of the three is the issue of faith.

Jeremiah 22;17 - the Gentiles, alias white people, are inclined to covet, to commit murder, to oppress, and, to commit violence.

Deut. 5:28 - I, the living God, have heard the voice of the words of this people - to be revealed. Tune in to the broadcast to see whose voice it is, and what that voice has to say.