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Blessed be the Lord

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Announcements Forums Unreality – October 2nd, 2016 Blessed be the Lord

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    The Golden Text in this week’s lesson is, “Blessed be the LORD, which hath not left thee this day.” (Ruth 4:14) The full sentence reads, “And the women said unto Naomi, Blessed be the Lord, which hath not left thee this day without a kinsman, that his name may be famous in Israel.” In this case detaching the phrase has changed its meaning, and even though it is a fact that God hasn’t left man, I wonder if it is wise to use the Bible in this way.


    I am not the Lesson writer but I have found that many times parts of an unchanging Truth has been so inspiring and fitting even for a different context.
    I feel the inspiration of the Truth, being only a part or not has not failed to be an answer to a prayer. For that I see it as Truth doing its work, comforting by removing a lie.


    Thank you Florence for your helpful response.

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