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The LORD Bears No Grudges - Vengeance on the Other Hand is Reserved to the LORD

Reader comment on item: Obama's Pretend Counterterrorism Policy
in response to reader comment: Love of God and Grudges

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Dec 14, 2011 at 10:43

There is only One LORD: the Bible declared who He IS long before the Arab 'nation' broke out of its original enclave. Job declared Him. Abraham declared Him. Isaiah declared Him as HaMashiach; Ezekiel declared Him and Daniel declares Him yet, as well as the disciples. By these declarations, I found Yeshua to be true to His WORD, more than any other source. I cannot help but give homage and fealty to Him for what He has done for me. So yes, it is my witness that Yeshua HaMashiach is LORD and I declare that I love the LORD.

But you bring up grudges; and vengeance in this same breath, causing to wonder about your grudges. You would infer that the 'Palestinians' bear no grudge against the Israeli's; yet the rocket cease not to fall. You would infer that your Shiite companion adherents in Iran do not bear resentments against the West and are not planning with each venomous thought of overthrowing Israel and the rest of the non-Islamic world. Be careful of your allegations; for they reveal the heart; your heart. Give Jesus a chance to show you what the Quran says has changed, but in reality, the Quran cannot change.


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