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Isaiah 10:33 and Acts 8:10 - Behold the Lord - Tommy L. Hart: this man (Mr. Hart) is the great power of (having the designation of) God. Mr. Hart has spent forty-one years studying and analysing the content of the Authorized Version Bible (AKA: AVB), also called King James Version (KJV): he has taken bible-study and understanding to a level unequalled by any, and, it is all for the good of everyone. God has truly put light in plain view. On this program, he puts forth his most unique light by sharing his findings with the world. Join him (God), and hear him out on Lawmaster's Law of God Broadcast - you will be better for it. God has come with an aggregate of information and preponderant evidence. The crucial matter of the Authorized Version has caught God's attention. No man (the Authorized Version's secret name for God) fills the bill for God; Mr. Hart fills the bill for God. Isaiah 40:9, 1John 5:20, Psalm 48:14 - Behold your God - Tommy Hart: this is the true God. This God, Tommy L. Hart, is our (all Gentiles') God for ever and ever. Isaiah 40:10 - the Lord God will come with strong hand - is fulfilled in Mr. Hart; therefore the word of the Lord (Isaiah 40:9) says to the people and the Gentiles - behold your God!

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If there is one book that is crystal clear on the issue of slavery and the papacy's role, it is the Authorized Version Bible (AVB) - aka: king James Version, a papal product. The Papacy's Law of the Curse Against African people is in the AVB.... more

The S and A of the AVB, aka: KJV = The Scrutiny and Analysis of the Authorized Version Bible aka King James Version. This is not about - did slavery ever exist? It did. This is not about - did the Gentiles (Europeans; white people)... more

Psalm 106:41-42 is a Papal Acknowkedgment of what the papacy and the Gentiles did to African people; it answers the question : who sold the Africans into slavery? A restatement of Psalm 106:41-42 - And he (the Papacy) gave them... more

Statements-of-Concern: 1) Genesis 40:15, 2) Daniel 11:32, 3) Daniel 11:24, 4) Daniel 11:26, 5) Daniel 11:28. In Re: The Slaves' unclaimed descendants: There is no legitimate claim on the descendants of the slaves who were scattered... more

Is the Law of God optional or obligatory? The Gentiles have a duty to fulfill; it is time they, from the pope on down, be about the business of keeping and performing the law of God.

Have you downloaded Friday's (6/10/11) episode yet? What are you waiting on? Download and listen to it now. The poor man's exhausted! Hear him out.

Download and listen to this episode right now. All the Africans had, the Gentiles took for themselves; they left the them having absolutely nothing. The slaves had no certain dwellingplace: they could be sold to someone else at any time;... more

Statement-of-Concern (Lamentations 5:1): (God), consider, and behold our reproach. 1) Complaint (1Corinthans 4:10): we (the enslaved Africans/black people) are despised. Answer of the defendant (those of the papacy and the... more

Statement-of-Concern (Psalm 10:14): the poor committeth himself to thee (God): thou art the helper of the fatherless. A part of the plaintiff's prayer: Psalm 9:13, Lamentations 5:1, Psalm 80:17 Psalm 106:47, Luke 1:verses 71, 74-75 and 77... more

Revelation of the plaintiff's (slave's) clothing (Psalm 35:13) "my clothing was sackcloth." The papal law (a prediction) of baldness and sackcloth (Isaiah 15:2 and Ezekiel 7:18): On all their (the slaves') heads shall be baldness, and every... more
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