Shalom Children of G-d!
Welcome back to
Marie Speaks G-d’s Grace Bible Study.
This lesson we continue the final days of the life of Moses’ Our Teacher, May Peace upon Him, His closing out with speech and song to the Nation of Israel, the captains of the tribes, the elders, and the officers, with all the men of Yisra᾽el, the little ones, the wives, and the stranger that is in your camp, the converts, proselyte, from the hewer of your wood to the drawer of your water, regarding the covenant of HaShem ( The Blessed One) and the oath of HaShem ( The Holy and Sovereign Ruling One), but with those who stood there with the Nation of Israel that day before the Lord our God, and also with those who are not where with the Nation of Israel that day: before His death and the Nation of Israel and all references above and before; carrying on into the Promised Land, thus fulfilling prophecies spoken thousands of years earlier.
This lesson we will review a of Deuteronomy Portion of the Bible Study.
In this Bible Study we will be going over: Devarim (Deuteronomy) chapter 30
*****All links are hyper linked for credit….. please use responsibly as the Divine Name, is written, referenced, and spoken.*****
I entitled this Bible Study:
Deuteronomy ch 30: “the Blessing and the curse that I have presented before you…”
I am glad you asked….
Over the previous Bible Studies, we have reviewed the fact that with Torah and HaShem, there are Blessings, Life, and Peace. While here on earth, Blessing, Life, and Peace may and do come in several different forms and from a mass array of “sources”. While everything ultimately is loosed or sent out or commanded or spoken into existence from Almighty G-d, the Blessings or Curses may seem to us humans as if they came about through human manifestation or “mother nature” or chance.
Even religious individuals or some religious teachers will claim that the “reasons” for a crime or a negative situation or event came about due to XYZ. Sadly, those so-called religious leaders won’t even mention or hint at the fact that, “Hey, do you remember this?”
Devarim ch 28: 1-2:
And it shall come to pass, if thou shalt hearken diligently to the voice of the Lord thy God, to observe and to do all his commandments which I command thee this day, that the Lord thy God will set thee on high above all the nations of the earth:
and all these blessings shall come on thee, and overtake thee, if thou shalt hearken to the voice of the Lord thy God.
Devarim ch 28: 13-15
And the Lord shall make thee the head, and not the tail; and thou shalt be above only, and thou shalt not be beneath; if thou hearken to the commandments of the Lord thy God, which I command thee this day, to observe and to do them:
and thou shalt not go aside from any of the words which I command thee this day, to the right hand, or to the left, to go after other gods to serve them.
But it shall come to pass, if thou will not hearken to the voice of the Lord thy God, to observe to do all his commandments and his statutes which I command thee this day: that all these curses shall come upon thee, and overtake thee:
or how about….
For it is to Me that the Israelites are servants: they are My servants, whom I freed from the land of Egypt—I, your God יהוה.
Leviticus 26: 42-46
Then will I remember My covenant with Jacob; I will remember also My covenant with Isaac, and also My covenant with Abraham; and I will remember the land.
For the land shall be forsaken of them, making up for its sabbath years by being desolate of them, while they atone for their iniquity; for the abundant reason that they rejected My rules and spurned My laws.
Yet, even then, when they are in the land of their enemies, I will not reject them or spurn them so as to destroy them, annulling My covenant with them: for I יהוה am their God.
I will remember in their favor the covenant with the ancients, whom I freed from the land of Egypt in the sight of the nations to be their God: I, יהוה.
These are the laws, rules, and instructions that יהוה established, through Moses on Mount Sinai, with the Israelite people.
Six things the LORD hates;
Seven are an abomination to Him:
A haughty bearing,
A lying tongue,
Hands that shed innocent blood,
A mind that hatches evil plots,
Feet quick to run to evil,
A false witness testifying lies,
And one who incites brothers to quarrel.
My son, keep your father’s commandment;
Do not forsake your mother’s teaching.
Tie them over your heart always;
Bind them around your throat.
When you walk it will lead you;
When you lie down it will watch over you;
And when you are awake it will talk with you.
For the commandment is a lamp,
The teaching is a light,
And the way to life is the rebuke that disciplines.
and of course one of my favorites: Isaiah 45: 4-13
For the sake of My servant Jacob,
Israel My chosen one,
I call you by name,
I hail you by title, though you have not known Me.
I am GOD and there is none else;
Beside Me, there is no god.
I engird you, though you have not known Me,
So that they may know, from east to west,
That there is none but Me.
I am GOD and there is none else,
I form light and create darkness,
I make weal and create woe—
I GOD do all these things.
Pour down, O skies, from above!
Let the heavens rain down victory!
Let the earth open up and triumph sprout,
Yes, let vindication spring up:
I GOD have created it.
Shame on anyone who argues with their Maker,
Though naught but a potsherd of earth!
Shall the clay say to the potter, “What are you doing?
Your work has no handles”?
Shame on anyone who asks a father, “What are you begetting?”
Or a woman, “What are you bearing?”
Thus said GOD,
Israel’s Holy One and Maker:
Will you question Me on the destiny of My children,
Will you instruct Me about the work of My hands?
It was I who made the earth
And created humankind upon it;
My own hands stretched out the heavens,
And I marshaled all their host.
It was I who roused him for victory
And who level all roads for him.
He shall rebuild My city
And let My exiled people go
Without price and without payment
—said GOD of Hosts.
Now, after reading just some of the great words spoken and lasting to this time and will forever last…., if no one has ever told you, my dear and wonderful friends, the reason why “good and bad” things happen is because people, humans, forsake G-d’s Torah. They are ignorant of G-d’s Torah, deny G-d’s Torah, hate G-d’s Torah, and maybe the worst of all… teach others such evils.
Rome 325 is believed to be the institution created or formed by those who believe they are offspring of the “fallen angels” who somehow came to Earth (read the hyperlink for explanations). They have done a good job in creating man-made religions and spreading lies through evil and denial of anything remotely close to Torah Truth.
Below are photos we have used over the course of 5 seasons here at Marie Speaks G-d’s Grace, that, in my opinion, show the links between the Roman Catholic Church 325 system, which sadly, all
christian incorporated deity establishments subscribe to.
The First Council of Nicaea was a council of Christian bishops convened in the Bithynian city of Nicaea (now znik, Turkey) by the Roman Emperor Constantine I in AD 325.1 It was the first general council in the history of the Church and was intended to address the entire body of believers. The council resolved the controversy of Arianism, a doctrine that held that
Christ was not divine but was a created being. It resulted in the first uniform Christian doctrine, called the Nicene Creed, which established a precedent for subsequent local and regional councils of bishops to create statements of belief and canons of doctrinal orthodoxy. The Nicene Creed sought to clarify issues of Christology, in particular, whether Jesus was of the same substance as God the Father or merely of similar substance.
Let’s continue on..
What to expect this Bible Study. We have not returned to a full schedule, but I would like to ease into Season 6…..therefore we will be calling this part of the Season 5.5… hahahahahaha!It will not be a full schedule, but at least we have the warm up, because summer isn’t hot enough… right?!?!
But, once we get rockin and rollin……
We will continue to increase in our intro Hebrew vocabulary, intro Hebrew terminology, Tanakh (the actual …. Jewish Bible.. that means no “new testament”) introduction, and Torah Spiritual Teaching.(Moving on to the Bible Study section)
Blessings of the Torah:
Why Blessings of the Torah?: Before we begin the Study of the Torah a Blessing is done. In saying the Blessing we are for filling a mitzvah and Blessing HaShem, of Glory and Truth’s beautiful Torah.
A Mitzvah is defined basically as:
- A commandment of the Jewish law.
- The fulfillment of such a commandment.
- A worthy deed.
I, say these Blessings every morning during my morning prayers. And, to ensure I am not leading others into to improper practices, I want to ensure I repeat the Blessings of HaShem, Our Merciful Father’s Torah just incase others may not have yet had a chance today.
Let us begin with today’s lesson!
can be found by double clicking this hyper link which began at after this post upload video.
2. Biblical Text Portion of Bible Study.
This Bible Study I have continued to use
The version is hyperlinked for those who are interested in reading further on their own directly from the website.
Prophecy on Prophecy… Covenants on Covenants…:
Covenant of Abraham
by Chaim Wizman
Jewish liturgy is replete with references to the Covenant of Abraham. In many of our most soul-searching moments, we beseech God to “remember the covenant of Abraham.” What exactly is this covenant of Abraham, and why does it play such a critical role in our spiritual self-definition?
On one level, the covenant refers to material blessing. Abraham’s descendants will be numerous, and will inherit a land uniquely suited to facilitate their unique role in human history:
- “I will make of you a great nation… and make your name great.” (Genesis 12:2)
- “Look toward heaven and count the stars if you are able to number them… so shall your descendants be.” (Genesis 15:5)
- “Lift up your eyes and look from the place where you are, northward and southward and eastward and westward, for all the land which you see I will give to you and to your descendants forever.” (Genesis 13:14)
This physical legacy, however, represents only one dimension of the emerging relationship between God and Abraham. “I will establish my covenant between me and you and your descendants after you… to be God to you and to your descendants after you” (Genesis 17:7) is God’s promise to safeguard those descendants and nurture them – with all that His omnipotence implies.
Father of All Nations
In addition to the relationship between God and Abraham’s offspring, the Covenant of Abraham also concerns itself with the relationship between Abraham’s offspring and the rest of humanity. “Through you shall all the nations of the earth be blessed” (Genesis 12:3). This exhortation is the origin of the unique and central role that Jews have played on the stage of human history. The “Chosen People,” as it were.
Abram’s ideological crusade must concern itself with all humanity.
The scope of Abram’s influence is not limited to his own biological descendants. Abram’s ideological crusade must concern itself with all humanity. God adds the Hebrew letter hey to Abram’s name to render him “Avraham,” an acronym for Av Hamon Goyim – “the father of a multitude of nations.” Abraham has outgrown his original mission. His horizons are expanded and all of humanity now falls into his orbit.
In a palpable sense, Abraham becomes responsible for the spiritual and physical welfare of the entire world. It is a role that he embraces. When God informs Abraham that he intends to destroy the profoundly wicked city of Sodom, Abraham makes an impassioned plea for God to reconsider. One can’t help but wonder why Abraham should be so concerned with the fate of a people who represented the antithesis of all that Abraham stood for. A lesser man would have been ecstatic at seeing his ideological foes vanquished by God’s hand. Yet Abraham remonstrates with God, serious in his role of being responsible for all mankind.
Spreading the Word
The Sages note that it was precisely this trait of universal concern which stamped Abraham as the standard bearer of God’s message. There had been other righteous men who preceded Abraham – Adam, Enoch, Methuselah, Noah, Shem and others. To assert that Abraham was the founder of monotheism is untrue. Abraham did not discover God, nor was he the first to remain faithful to Him. The Torah itself testifies regarding the righteousness of Enoch and Noah (Genesis 5:22, 6:9).
The ten lost tribes of Israel are Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, and Joseph. These tribes were part of the Northern Kingdom that fell to Assyria about 722 BC. The tribes were freed from slavery in Egypt and brought into the land that God promised to their forefathers. After King Solomon died, the Israelites divided their kingdom in two, and the north became Israel with 10 tribes. The theory of British Israelism teaches that the tribes settled in England and that Anglo-Saxons are actually Jews. There are groups of people in India, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, North America, Japan, China, Ethiopia, South Africa, India, Nigeria, New Zealand, England, Ireland, Afghanistan, and Burma that claim lineage to the lost tribes.
Some time later, the word of יהוה came to Abram in a vision:
“Fear not, Abram,
I am a shield to you;
Your reward shall be very great.”
But Abram said, “O lord יהוה, what can You give me, seeing that I shall die childless, and the one in charge of my household is Dammesek Eliezer!”
Abram said further, “Since You have granted me no offspring, my steward will be my heir.”
The word of יהוה came to him in reply, “That one shall not be your heir; none but your very own issue shall be your heir.”
[Then in the vision, God] took him outside and said, “Look toward heaven and count the stars, if you are able to count them”—continuing, “So shall your offspring be.”
And he put his trust in יהוה, who reckoned it to his merit.
Then [God] said to him, “I am יהוה who brought you out from Ur of the Chaldeans to assign this land to you as a possession.”
And he said, “O lord יהוה, how shall I know that I am to possess it?”
Came the reply, “Bring Me a three-year-old heifer, a three-year-old she-goat, a three-year-old ram, a turtledove, and a young bird.”
He brought all these and cut them in two, placing each half opposite the other; but he did not cut up the bird.
Birds of prey came down upon the carcasses, and Abram drove them away.
As the sun was about to set, a deep sleep fell upon Abram, and a great dark dread descended upon him.
And [God] said to Abram, “Know well that your offspring shall be strangers in a land not theirs, and they shall be enslaved and oppressed four hundred years;
but I will execute judgment on the nation they shall serve, and in the end they shall go free with great wealth.
As for you,
You shall go to your ancestors in peace;
You shall be buried at a ripe old age.
And they shall return here in the fourth generation, for the iniquity of the Amorites is not yet complete.”
When the sun set and it was very dark, there appeared a smoking oven, and a flaming torch which passed between those pieces.
On that day יהוה made a covenant with Abram: “To your offspring I assign this land, from the river of Egypt to the great river, the river Euphrates—
the Kenites, the Kenizzites, the Kadmonites,
the Hittites, the Perizzites, the Rephaim,
the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Girgashites, and the Jebusites.”
Lost Tribes saying?
The lost tribes are one of the biggest mysteries of Jewish history, and have inspired multiple theories. Maybe the Igbo Jews of Nigeria are one of the lost tribes? Perhaps Bene Menashe, in Northern India, can claim the title. Or the Pashtun people of Afghanistan. Or Native Americans. These groups and many more have claimed to have descended from the lost tribes of Israel.
The tribes being spoken of are, of course, those of ancient Israel. The Israelites were divided into 12 tribes (not including the Levites who were not landowners). Each tribe was assigned a piece of the Land in Israel. After King Solomon died around 922 BCE, the tribes split into two kingdoms as a result of a power struggle. The northern kingdom consisted of Reuben, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Ephraim, and Menasseh. The southern kingdom was composed of Judah, Simeon, and most of Benjamin (often it was referred to simply as Judah).
In 722 BCE Assyria invaded Israel, and the northern kingdom was conquered. Many of the people who lived in the northern kingdom were exiled, mainly to Assyria, Media, and Aram-Naharaim. Archaeological evidence suggests that they were eventually completely assimilated into these societies. Meanwhile, some alien populations — Cutha, Ava, Hamath, and Sepharvaim — were brought in to settle the northern kingdom, and those groups all ended up assimilating with each other and with the Israelites who remained in the north.
In 586 BCE the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar attacked the southern kingdom, and exiled much of that population to Babylon. Though many lost their Israelite identity in Babylon, plenty of them retained their connection to their heritage, and eventually returned to Israel and rebuilt the Temple in Jerusalem. By that point the northern kingdom was lost. Today’s Jews stem from the people of Judah (thus, Judaism).
What is the spark that ignites like a wildfire of Almighty G-d’s mercy?
Teshuva, Charity, and Atonement
It needs to be reiterated that Teshuvah today must be accompanied with tremendous joy. The Evil Inclination’s greatest weapon is depression, for once the state of helplessness and hopelessness grips a person’s soul, and it is very difficult to find the tremendous energy required for introspection and self-improvement. Even if one has clearly transgressed gravely, a prolonged or excessive degree of sadness is not healthy for the souls of most people in our generation. Teshuvah must be done with great Simchah—enthusiastically and with “joy” and feeling. The greatest gift that G‑d can give a person is the opportunity to be elevated from the mire of sin to the pristine and eternal connection.
Eight Levels of Charitable Giving
Tzedakah: What is Tzedakah?
On an ascending level, they are as follows:
(Heb. כִּפִֻּרים, kippurim, from the verb כפר). The English word atonement (“at-one-ment”) significantly conveys the underlying Judaic concept of atonement, i.e., reconciliation with God. Both the Bible and rabbinical theology reflect the belief that as God is holy, man must be pure in order to remain in communion with Him. Sin and defilement damage the relationship between creature and Creator, and the process of atonement – through *repentance and reparation – restores this relationship.
In the Bible
The basic means of atonement is the sacrificial rite, which functions to purify man from both sin and uncleanliness (e.g., Lev. 5; Pederson, pp. 358–64). In its most spiritualized aspect, however, the sacrificial rite is only the outward form of atonement, and in order for it to be effective, man must first purify himself. This was the constantly reiterated message of the prophets during periods when Israel came close to viewing the atoning efficacy of the rite as automatic (Isa. 1:11–17; see de Vaux , Anc Isr, 454 ff.). Fasting and prayer are also specified as means of atonement (Isa. 58:1–10; Jonah 3; see *Kipper ).
In Rabbinic Literature
After the destruction of the Temple and the consequent cessation of sacrifices, the rabbis declared: “Prayer, repentance, and charity avert the evil decree” (TJ, Ta’an. 2:1, 65b). Suffering is also regarded as a means of atonement and is considered more effective than sacrifice to win God’s favor (Ber. 5a). Exile and the destruction of the Temple (Sanh. 37b, Ex. R. 31:10) were also reputed to bring about the same effect. Above all, death is the final atonement for sins (Mekh. Jethro 7); “May my death be an expiation for all my sins” is a formula recited when the end is near (Sanh. 6:2). Atonement for some sins is achieved immediately after the individual repents, while for others repentance alone does not suffice. If a person transgresses a positive commandment and repents, he is immediately forgiven (Yoma 85b). For a negative commandment, repentance suspends the punishment, and the Day of Atonement procures atonement: “For on this day shall atonement be made for you… from all your sins” (Lev. 16:30). For a graver sin, punishable by death or extirpation, repentance and the Day of Atonement suspend the punishment and suffering completes the atonement (cf. Ps. 89:33). If one has been guilty of profaning the Divine Name, however, penitence, the Day of Atonement, and suffering merely suspend punishment, and death procures the final atonement: “The Lord of hosts revealed Himself in my ears; surely this iniquity shall not be expiated by you till ye die” (Isa. 22:4; Yoma 86a).
Atonement is only efficacious in the above way if the sin concerned does not involve suffering or material injury to a second party. If it did, full restitution must be made to the wronged party and his pardon must be sought. This law was derived from the verse “… all your sins before the Lord…” (Lev. 16:30), i.e., the Day of Atonement is effective for transgressions between man and God, but for sins against a fellow man, restitution and forgiveness are also necessary (Yoma 8:9). The general rabbinic approach was to deritualize atonement and center it more on the personal religious life of the individual in his relationship to God: “Now that we have no prophet or priest or sacrifice, who shall atone for us? In our hands is left only – prayer” (Tanḥ. Va-Yishlaḥ. 10). A similar idea is found in the dictum that after the destruction of the Temple a man’s table atones in place of the altar, i.e., his everyday behavior is all important. Although a rite analogous to that of sacrificial atonement is found in the post-talmudic custom of slaughtering a cock on the eve of the Day of Atonement, as a symbolic replacement for the sinner himself ( *kapparot ), this practice was not universally accepted (Sh. Ar., OH 605).
**** trigger warning****
I took a look around to try and remember the most evil and vicious “leaders” in all of history. Here is a bit of the videos and links I was able to share. Some photos and articles were too graphic for my taste, so I did not want to share them on the blog with others. But if one wants to take a deeper dive into researching this topic, I encourage others to always pray before and, if feeling uneasy while viewing or watching, to always end the research period with a prayer as well.
Below are we have reviewed here regarding the positive and negative consequences of not following the word of the Only Living G-d.
Below are the classes that we have reviewed regarding the lessons of following HaShem.
Many might call the Torah living within them, a Conscious and conscience are both related to the mind, but they have different meanings.0 Conscience is a noun that refers to the awareness that one’s actions are right or wrong, while conscious is an adjective that means “awake” or “alert.” Conscious allows you to be aware of your place in the world, while conscience allows you to behave in this world in morally and socially acceptable ways.1 In French, “conscient” means “conscious,” and it has been used as such in English occasionally as well. Therefore, if one has a conscience, they are conscious.
Some might even go as far to say the Torah Living in them is just a “gut feeling” or intuition”. Intuition or gut feeling is an immediate understanding of a situation without specific data or evidence at the time.0 It arises as a feeling within the body that only you experience, and no one else can weigh in to tell you if you’re in touch with your gut instinct or not.1 Instinct is an innate, hardwired tendency, and humans have biological, hardwired instincts for survival and reproduction.0 Instinctive feelings are felt in the gut because our brain signals chemical releases that work to slow or stop our digestion when we feel threatened by harm, attack, or some other perceived danger.2 However, what feels like intuition might actually be anxiety, and vice versa. If you struggle with anxiety, your gut is overactive and often interpreting benign external information, internal sensations, or passing thoughts as threats.3 If you feel anything close to expansive, joyful, or excited, that’s intuition signaling to move ahead and say yes.4 Intuition is the exact opposite of gut feeling.
While aspects of the secular possibilities might be a small ringing of “Truth” or layman understanding, those who know the Holy Blessed One can never deny that everything that has ever been anything has always come from HaShem Blessed be He and originated from His creation power and authority, for His divine purpose and out of His sovereign ruling hand. Now I am not saying we don’t have free will. Of course, we have free will, but that free will comes with positive and negative consequences. In either case, no matter what any human or creation of the Ultimate Creator attempts… that creation can only go as far or as fast and as long as He who created all allows, permits, or entertains.
I underlined throughout this Bible Study Blog what I believe are powerful and clear points. The verse above that states: “I call heaven and earth to witness this day against you, that I have set before thee life and death, blessing and cursing: therefore choose life, that both thou and thy seed may live,” is a very powerful command that throughout the Torah and Tanakh, many have failed to uphold. It can be painful to realize that the reason for one’s own troubles and the troubles of their loved ones is due to their own ignorance of Torah or their willful disobedience of Torah laws and ordinances, but also intentional defiance in acknowledging the Holy Blessed One supreme and ultimate authority over … well… everything.
When one has been chosen for a great purpose, as in the story of Jonah, and one fails to live out the agreed-upon purpose with HaShem, similar to Samson, uncomfortable endings and events occur (curses or opportunities for correction arise). This can happen to a person or an area, like Sodom, until the fulfillment of G-d’s Word is met.
So what is the courts of Heaven like?
Most likely something like how the The Great Sanhedrin was the supreme religious body in the Land of Israel during the time of the Holy Temple. It was a religious assembly of 71 sages who met daily during the daytime in the Chamber of Hewn Stones in the Temple in Jerusalem. It was the final authority on Jewish law and any scholar who went against its decisions was put to death as a zaken mamre (rebellious elder). The Great Sanhedrin was presided over by the Nasi, who functioned as its head or representing president, and was a member of the court.0 The court convened every day except festivals and on the Sabbath. The Sanhedrin claimed powers that lesser Jewish courts did not have.1 There were also smaller religious Sanhedrins in every town in the Land of Israel, as well as a civil political-democratic Sanhedrin.
Amen and Amen … #thankyouHaShem
Congratulations! you have made through another Bible Study!
Sounds some Praise and Joy to Our Father who is in Heaven!
Glory to the One and Only Living G-D… HaShem!
I pray that everyone, everywhere, repents and returns to the only one who can save HaShem!The True and Only Living G-d!
Receive Torah ….be back in the covenant of G-d. Be at the Har Sinai say yes and be saved…….. the choice is yours.
Amen and Amen
Say it again for the people in the back!
OAmein and OAmein
Biblical portion of Bible Study complete.
Chumash esource: sefaria.org
Today’s Bible Study is Complete.
Thank you Merciful HaShem, for allowing us to meet this day.(closing comment, Blessings After Reading The Torah, and Priestly Blessing and all sources are hyperlinked.)
note: All sources are hyperlinked to allow more translatable version in POD Cast.
I Pray others got something out of this Portion, Tanakh Bible Study, and Spiritual Torah Teaching.Until next time, let us close with…..
The Priestly Blessing
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For those that are new to this Bible Study.
Welcome, the following is a brief review of this Bible Study.
1. This BLOG post will have the resources and sources links for the Season 6 Bible Studies.
2. All Books used and Readings from during Live Bible Study can be found on Our Website: Marie Speaks GOD’s Grace. Live in the Bible Study Blogs portion of the website.
3. After Live Bible Studies have completed: I will upload to Rumble and Youtube, and post link in this BLOG. How we conduct Bible Studies here:
We believe in One and Only One G-D. HaShem; The G-D of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.We do not and will not Pray in any others name or Praise any other, but HaShem.
Exodus chapter 20: 2-14.God spoke all these words, saying:I the LORD am your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt, the house of bondage:You shall have no other gods besides Me.You shall not make for yourself a sculptured image, or any likeness of what is in the heavens above, or on the earth below, or in the waters under the earth.You shall not bow down to them or serve them. For I the LORD your God am an impassioned God, visiting the guilt of the parents upon the children, upon the third and upon the fourth generations of those who reject Me, but showing kindness to the thousandth generation of those who love Me and keep My commandments.
We believe G-D has called each of us to search matters out. (It is the glory of God to conceal a matter, And the glory of a king to plumb a matter.Like the heavens in their height, like the earth in its depth, Is the mind of kings—unfathomable. Proverbs 25:2 -3)
This is one reason why here at Marie Speaks G-D’s Grace Bible Study, we review several historical references and resources, of which we provide links and or screen shots for others to study at their leisure.We have been directed by G-D Wonderful and Almighty, to go Book by Book, Verse by Verse; sharing HIS Torah and Tanakh.We believe as directed by G-D Our Heavenly Father, learning and growing in Torah and Tanakh leads to understanding and wisdom; this shall only be achieved in reading, studying, and sharing HIS Word for ourselves; not relying on man.
Learning, growing, and studying with OUR L-D is to be done with others that are like minded, but more so during our personal time.
The BLOGs are written to assist those just beginning to study the BIBLE as a starting point. The Live or recorded Bible Studies are to cover and release opportunities and guidance, but ultimately is ones own personal responsibility to rule, govern, and be purposeful in their relationship with G-D.
Proverbs 22: 4 thru 6The effect of humility is fear of the LORD, Wealth, honor, and life.Thorns and snares are in the path of the crooked; He who values his life will keep far from them.Train a lad in the way he ought to go; He will not swerve from it even in old age.
Ezekiel 18: 20 thru 22The person who sins, he alone shall die. A child shall not share the burden of a parent’s guilt, nor shall a parent share the burden of a child’s guilt; the righteousness of the righteous shall be accounted to him alone, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be accounted to him alone.Moreover, if the wicked one repents of all the sins that he committed and keeps all My laws and does what is just and right, he shall live; he shall not die.None of the transgressions he committed shall be remembered against him; because of the righteousness he has practiced, he shall live. Is it my desire that a wicked person shall die?—says the L-d G-D. It is rather that he shall turn back from his ways and live.
May HaShem, Blessed be He, continue to Bless us all and may we all be forever written in the Book of Life. O’Amein and O’AmeinA little about me: I love HaShem, TORAH, and Tanakh!!!!! I am not perfect!!!!
If we meet: We talking about Torah, drinking tea or coffee, and what books are out about HaShem! And maybe over some kosher pizza… maybe over some kosher steak…make over super sweet kosher cake ……. have a fun laugh about you guess it… Torah! Or on a bike, or during a hike, or while riding on a train in the rain as the rain falls nicely on the plain in Spain….., but either way…..We’ll be talking about TORAH!!!!
What is import to me:……..A relationship with Our Father HaShem, Our Merciful Creator, Savior, and Wise King. Live in Torah, live with Family and community of Tribe.
My thoughts: We may not be perfect, but we study, we learn, we laugh, & we grow; we try try and have the courage to try again.
My goals: To learn, and grow, and share Love of Torah in HaShem with others who are willing or open to hearing. HaShem is my refuge, my strength, my confidant, and my true resting place.I have been using the minds.com account and Rumble (Live Bible Study video Post: Rumble )as main accounts.
Lastly, NEVER LOSE FAITH, Hope, and have Courage!!!!Let’s continue to Fear and Love HaShem like a משיח and Pray.
PRAY FOR OUR NATION, enemies, fellows, and many lost Sons and Daughters of Torah to return to HaShem, Blessed be He, for ever and ever Amen. HaShem is with me … I shall not be afraid!!!!!
Blessings and Prayers.with Love truly,Marie
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