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Daily Bible Reading | February 9 | Deuteronomy 12 | Deuteronomy 13 | Deuteronomy 14 | Deuteronomy 15
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Deuteronomy 12:

Do not be like the oppressors when you take their placeChoose God over their laws, ways, money, and powerLive for God and not man.  Whatever you have is from and for God.  Blood is life, so you cannot eat it or take it for any reason (gang or cult initiations).  Obey and follow God and all will be well with you and your children forever.  Your community is in disorder and your nation treats you unfairly because you are not in line with God.  

Deuteronomy 13:

God allows prophets and dreamers who give validated predictions to test the people and see if the people will turn against God, but that dreamer or prophet of evil must be put away.  Anyone (family or friend) that suggest that you worship another god, such as money, sex, racism, drugs, alcohol, or bigotry, must be done away withDo not take or borrow from the oppressor, but destroy and reject all that is his. Always follow God and do what is right.      

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Deuteronomy 14:

Do not have tattoos or cut symbols on your skin in honor of the dead or past leaders and icons (like Hitler, Nazi swastika, or the cross).  Do not eat hare, Coney (rabbit), camel, or pigs (do not even touch pigs).  Do not eat wild birds and carnivores (meat eaters).  Always pay your taxes (tithe).  You can buy, eat and drink whatever you like (even alcohol)Take care of the Levites (government) because they should not share in the inheritance, the widows, strangers (immigrants), and the fatherless

Deuteronomy 15:

Every seven years cancel the debt of your neighbor, except foreigners.  There should not be the poor among you and you shall lend to nationsTake care of the poor in the landWhen your countryman works for you, treat him well and never let him leave empty-handed (never say he is different, black, or foreigner in order to mistreat him).  Pay your taxes annually.            


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