Vengeance Bible Famous Quotes & Sayings

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5 Vengeance Bible Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Vengeance Bible Sayings By Ruth Hurmence Green: I studied every page of this book, and I didn't find enough love to fill I studied every page of this book, and I didn't find enough love to fill a salt shaker. God is not love in the Bible; God is vengeance, from Alpha to Omega. — Ruth Hurmence Green
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Vengeance Bible Sayings By Jan Karon: Are you reading your Bible?"Ah, well ... I was."And then you quit."You got it."Then, you Are you reading your Bible?"
Ah, well ... I was."
And then you quit."
You got it."
Then, you can expect to be weak on one of your flanks, and that's precisely where the Enemy will come after you with a vengeance. — Jan Karon
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Vengeance Bible Sayings By Ruth Hurmence Green: I had always been told the bible was a book about love, but I couldn't I had always been told the bible was a book about love, but I couldn't find enough love in it to fill a salt shaker. God is not love in the bible; God is vengeance. There is no other book between whose covers life is so cheap. — Ruth Hurmence Green
Vengeance Bible Sayings By Reza Aslan: When it comes to the heart and soul of the Jewish faith - the law When it comes to the heart and soul of the Jewish faith - the law of Moses - Jesus was adamant that his mission was not to abolish the law but to fulfill it (Matthew 5:17). That law made a clear distinction between relations among Jews and relations between Jews and foreigners. The oft-repeated commandment "love your neighbor as yourself" was originally given strictly in the context of internal relations within Israel. The verse in question reads: "You shall not take vengeance or bear a grudge against any of your people , but shall love your neighbor as yourself" (Leviticus 19:18). To the Israelites, as well to Jesus's community in first-century Palestine,"neighbor" meant one's fellow Jews. With regard to the treatment of foreigners and outsiders, oppressors and occupiers, however, the Torah could not be clearer: "You shall drive them out before you. You shall make no covenant with them and their gods. They shall not live in your land" (Exodus 23:31-33) — Reza Aslan
Vengeance Bible Sayings By Stendhal: If I meet the Christian Deity, I am lost: He is a tyrant and as If I meet the Christian Deity, I am lost: He is a tyrant and as such, is full of ideas of vengeance; His Bible speaks of nothing but fearful punishments. I never loved Him! I could never even believe that anyone did love Him sincerely. He is devoid of pity ... He will punish me in some abominable manner. — Stendhal