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That is so me!!!!!!!!!!:);):);):);):);):);):);):);):);):);) Admit to God you are a sinner. Believe that Jesus is God's Son. Confess your faith in Jesus Christ as your Savior and Lord. Read/study your Bible. Live every day for Jesus Christ. God sent His Son Jesus to die on the cross to forgive you where you have sinned and went against God. We learn that in John 3:16. God bless you all!!!!!!!!!!:) Heaven or hell. I believe this is where the two choices of eternity are. God bless❤️

Interestingly each plague was meant to show the Egyptians that their gods would not save them not where they in any superior to Jehovah

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Burning the Incense by Praying in Christ and with Christ as the Incense to God

The holy anointing oil (Exo. 30:23-25) signifies Christ as the all-inclusive Spirit coming to us from God, whereas the incense signifies Christ as our prayer going to God from us. This is a divine traffic in two directions. The anointing brings God to us in Christ and through Christ for our participation in the divine element; the incense is our going to God with Christ and as Christ in prayer for God’s enjoyment. Footnote on Exo. 30:35, Recovery Version Bible

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The Meaning of Moses’ Enacting the Law and God’s Intention in Decreeing the Law

The cross of Christ, signified by the altar, redeems us through Christ’s blood and terminates us. As the reality of the offerings (see notes on Lev. 1 — 7), Christ was offered to God on the cross to be our Redeemer and our Substitute. As we experience Christ and the cross, Christ becomes our replacement to reconstitute us with Himself and transform us, the fallen sinners, into pillars, a living testimony of God in Christ. This is God’s economy. (Exo. 24:5, note, RcV) quoted at…

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The Blood of the Covenant Brings us into God’s Presence to Receive His Speaking

The expiation cover with the blood of the sacrifices sprinkled on it on the Day of Expiation (Lev. 16:14-15, 29-30) portrays the redeeming Christ in His humanity and the shining Christ in His divinity as the place where fallen sinners can meet with the righteous, holy, and glorious God and hear His word, thereby being infused with God as grace and receiving vision, revelation, and instruction from Him (Exo. 25:20-22). Witness Lee. Quoted at

God knows we want move unless he pushes us and sometimes its our deepest pain to get us to move into a higher call that God has for us..Nothing is wasted, God uses the pain for His Glory- even if you have to stand alone keep standing - Because he who called you is faithful and what he promised you will come to pass.Stand still and let your Father Hold you... Exo:14:14 The Lord will fight for you, you need only to be still. Romans 5:3-4 Not only so, but we also glory in our suffering, because…

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Being Dealt with by the Cross to Become Useful in Resurrection for our Service to God

After being put aside by God for forty years, Moses learned to serve God according to His leading and to trust in Him (Exo. 2:14-15; Acts 7:22-36; Heb. 11:27-28).