“Everything I do effects the people that are around me, so I must keep swimming in the Word of God until I’m finished my race, shining with light into the darkness and face of stupidity.” ~ Jon Barnes
Proper balance and time locations that allocate daily functions will allow you time and energy to complete all tasks at hand. Setting up situations that teach, help, inspire, and motivate love will give you the edge and techniques to master sin. There is no turning back, no seashore, just living water. Learning to swim and float with God is the only way to properly live. I will stop making up excuses just do the good work.
Your technique comes from memorizing your studies in all of the biblical stories that you read. Every page turn is a new opportunity for growth and understanding. Each Book in the Bible is a new stroke to learn, teach, and use with your lifestyle of training. The invisible becomes visible with your obedience, diligence, and honest effort. Improve your game so that you can successfully swim against the devil and win your race against sin.
When you get tired, float on the Word of God, which is the message in each completed story that you understand. You cannot just use little bits and pieces of the actual story just to prove your own point. Comprehend your reading by practicing your reading. Comprehend your reading by practicing your reading. There is nothing to change or interpret when you don’t even know what it says or it’s basic meaning. God’s point of reference is the only meaning to look at with His particular perspective, which will place you in the center of His Will and not your own will. The proof is in everything you touch, which begins to light up like a Christmas Tree!
Did the room light up or is it still dark where you are?
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Regulations concerning War
20 “When you go out to fight your enemies and you face horses and chariots and an army greater than your own, do not be afraid. The Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, is with you! 2 When you prepare for battle, the priest must come forward to speak to the troops. 3 He will say to them, ‘Listen to me, all you men of Israel! Do not be afraid as you go out to fight your enemies today! Do not lose heart or panic or tremble before them. 4 For the Lord your God is going with you! He will fight for you against your enemies, and he will give you victory!’
5 “Then the officers of the army must address the troops and say, ‘Has anyone here just built a new house but not yet dedicated it? If so, you may go home! You might be killed in the battle, and someone else would dedicate your house. 6 Has anyone here just planted a vineyard but not yet eaten any of its fruit? If so, you may go home! You might die in battle, and someone else would eat the first fruit.7 Has anyone here just become engaged to a woman but not yet married her? Well, you may go home and get married! You might die in the battle, and someone else would marry her.’
8 “Then the officers will also say, ‘Is anyone here afraid or worried? If you are, you may go home before you frighten anyone else.’ 9 When the officers have finished speaking to their troops, they will appoint the unit commanders.
10 “As you approach a town to attack it, you must first offer its people terms for peace. 11 If they accept your terms and open the gates to you, then all the people inside will serve you in forced labor. 12 But if they refuse to make peace and prepare to fight, you must attack the town. 13 When the Lord your God hands the town over to you, use your swords to kill every man in the town. 14 But you may keep for yourselves all the women, children, livestock, and other plunder. You may enjoy the plunder from your enemies that the Lord your God has given you.
15 “But these instructions apply only to distant towns, not to the towns of the nations in the land you will enter. 16 In those towns that the Lord your God is giving you as a special possession, destroy every living thing. 17 You must completely destroy[a] the Hittites, Amorites, Canaanites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites, just as the Lord your God has commanded you. 18 This will prevent the people of the land from teaching you to imitate their detestable customs in the worship of their gods, which would cause you to sin deeply against the Lord your God.
19 “When you are attacking a town and the war drags on, you must not cut down the trees with your axes. You may eat the fruit, but do not cut down the trees. Are the trees your enemies, that you should attack them? 20 You may only cut down trees that you know are not valuable for food. Use them to make the equipment you need to attack the enemy town until it falls.