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Art thou he that troubleth Israel?

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Announcements Forums God – July 3rd, 2016 Art thou he that troubleth Israel?

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    Do we feel the friction (uneasiness, guilt) when we know we are disobeying God? Error likes to be left alone so it can hide and cause its disturbance and does not like it when Truth exposes its nothingness.

    Here Elijah points to why they are having trouble; disobedience. Just us we must obey God’s supremacy if we are to have peace. The Bible says: “Job 22:21 Acquaint now thyself with him, and be at peace: thereby good shall come unto thee.” If disobeying God, either by thinking there is something other than Him, or allowing negative thinking to dominate our consciousness, how could we expect to have peace?

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