OMGoodness! Beyond excited.
Our God never changes. When there is inconsistency in our lives, we can count on God being the constant factor that keeps us grounded.
Everything God has made is very good. Thank y’all for allowing Him to use you to make this website… and it too is, very good!
First, let me say that I LOVE a good competition–even if it’s just against myself. So KUDOS to whomever came up with this idea and platform!!
Now, as it pertains to the question [What did you learn from today’s reading?], what stood out to me this time through these passages was:
1) The herb bearing seed (vegetables) and fruit trees were all God intended to be as food for mankind.
2) The greenery (grass and plants) were all he intended for all the land animals, birds, and even the creepy crawlers to eat.
3) The sea animals were intended to thrive continually via the water they were in.
4) Woman’s curse was not just painful child birth, but also 1) [since her desires are what tripped her up] her desires from that point forward would be defined by and limited to whatever her husband’s desires were, and 2) [since she made it clear that too much power was her weakness, and let the very thing she had rule over have rule her] where before she was equal to man, she would from that point forward be ruled by him. It was the ultimate punishment: her mind and body would no longer be her own.
It is my job to do the seed and realize that all the seed will not bear guitar. It depends on the heart that receives it. Also parables are for students of the Lord to understand. Parables will confuse others.
The Old Testament reading shows how God provide security Levites, those who accidentally murder and the individual tribes of Israel.
Love this site! Thanks for the vision to challenge us all.
Our God has and will always provide for us no matter what. Even when we do wrong he still has a plan to help us return back to him.
On thing that stuck out was that in verse 3:20, God allowed Adam alone to name all the animals. Then Adam was put into a deep sleep in verse 22 and woman was made in verse 23.
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