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MaryLovesJustice Prayer Meeting, July 26: Fight for what God gave you

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MaryLovesJustice Prayer Meeting, July 26, 2015: Fight like children of Hebrew slaves for what God gave you. Call-in (818)572.2947. Cowardice among Christians is a major problem in these Last Days. Sometimes, Christians are made to feel comfortable being cowards because they believe the bible told them to always be nonconfrontational. We should "Study the Bible to Show Ourselves Approved" and "Rightly Divide the Word of Truth." Do not rely on others to tell you what the bible says. Read the Word for yourselves and discover the Truth. Know the truth, and the truth will set you free. 

For two weeks we discussed the fact that unconditional forgiveness is not biblical. God does not automatically forgive anyone, and neither should we. He requires repentance, restitution, if due, and that a person humbles himself and asks for forgiveness. Today we will begin a discussion on inalienable rights. Inalienable rights are those we were born with simply because we are human beings. They were codified in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and apply to every man, woman, boy and girl in every country on the earth. However, you have no guarantee that you will actually have those human rights respected and protected by governments simply because God gave them to you and the U.N. codified them. In fact, throughout world history, governments have been actively involved in separating people from their God-given rights. Sometimes people must FIGHT for the blessings God already gave them. The children of Hebrew slaves arrived in their Promised Land but had to fight for every square mile! God gave them the land, true enough, but He also gave them a job to do. Because you have inalienable rights doesn't mean you won't have to fight to actually enjoy them. God loves justice and wants you to have justice, but you must be willing to fight for it. Withholding forgiveness and fighting for your rights are biblical.

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