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Animals in Heaven

Animals in Heaven We have often wondered why the English translation readings of Revelation 4:6-9 use the words “creatures” or “beasts” or “beings”, when the Greek clearly describes these beings as “animals”. Let’s begin by looking at these verses in the King James Version (emphasis added): 6. And before the throne there was a sea […]

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Created with Soul and Spirit

Created with Soul and Spirit We ended yesterday’s article with the statement that all of God’s created animals were called living beings or living souls (Hebrew: neh-fesh khah-yawh). This means that they were created with the same life forces of souls and spirits as were we humans. The problem that we have is that relatively […]

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Good in the World

Good in the World Yesterday we talked about the origin of “evil” in the Bible, so today we thought we should have a more positive outlook and seek out the origin of “good” in the world. As an example, in Genesis 1:4, on the first day of creation we are told: 4. And God saw […]

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Knowledge of Good and Evil

Knowledge of Good and Evil In yesterday’s blog we discussed the fact that the Killing from Ambush is an evil act; so today we thought it would be a good idea to explore a little about such evil. The first place in the Bible where we see the word “evil” mentioned is in the second creation […]

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Killing from Ambush

Killing from Ambush In recent days we have been following the horrible killings in Webster, New York, where a man killed his sister, and set fire to his house with her body in it, the day before Christmas. In the note that he left, he said he wanted to see how much of the neighborhood […]

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Hello World! Welcome to Our Blog

We have started this blog to help increase our interaction with the visitors to our web site. We are dedicated to cruelty-free living through a vegetarian – vegan lifestyle according to Judeo-Christian ethics. Unconditional love and compassion is the foundation of  our peaceful means of accomplishing this goal for all of God’s creatures, whether human […]

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