Now, you can see that the same commandment protects the one I would steal from. Moreover, I would say that there is another side to the commandments. A spiritual side, that is. The Lord states quite clearly, for example, that the law of tithing will prepare us for the law of consecration. We get used to the idea, that what we have is not necessarily all ours.
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Whether you are nodding your head in agreement or shaking your head in exasperation, feel free to comment. Lately I’ve just been deleting spam…
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