Worship: The Song of Moses / Wellness: Dangers of Chocolate

Worship: For Heaven’s Sake   You wanna dance? Go ahead! Move for joy! Dance as long as your so-called dance is as a shout of joy, celebrating a miraculous deliverance from evil. The children of Israel did. David did. But they were not in the sanctuary. (Read more below.)

Wellness: For Health’s Sake  There is more in chocolate than meets the eye. Pastor Shelem Flemons, a doctor of biblical wellness, says that chocolate is processed with allowed levels of rodent hairs and excrement. That should be far more than enough to make the difference. Nevertheless, dangerous levels of lead and other toxins also are allowed, including a chemical that mimics marijuana and another that mimics the sensation of being in love, according to the article reviewed and published on the site of Relfe.com. No wonder so many are addicted to chocolate, never mind the levels of caffeine in it. And then, there’s the unthinkable link to slavery. Unless it is organic, “50% of all chocolate, cocoa and chocolate flavoring is farmed by real slaves, many of them children,” as shown in the video also published at the same site.

QTQT  Sister Lorian and her daughter Brittani were carjacked. Both miraculously survived without injury. The young carjacker was killed in a shootout with police. Hear her story for yourself here on one of our recordings. (See below.) She was also interviewed for local news. The interview is available on Fox News 59.com. Pray for them and the family of the young man and help here:  gofundme.com/HelpArmedRobberyVictims.

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FaceBook – The Song of Moses

FaceBook – “Don’t eat 3 Mousekateers! That’s nothing to snicker about.” Dangers of Chocolate

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TOPICS THIS WEEK – January 7 – 13

Worship Sunday – The Gospel in the Old Testament; Monday – The Sanctuary, Special Study in Our Day; Tuesday – The Real New Year; Wednesday – Deliverance from Pharoah; Thursday – Crossing the Red Sea; Friday – The Song of Moses

Wellness Sunday – Sprouts and Diabetes; Monday – Treat Yourself to a Good Salad Dressing; Tuesday – How to End Showers; Wednesday – Early Diagnosis Not Prevention; Thursday – “If you’re sick, take a hike!” Friday – Dangers of Chocolate

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Words of Encouragement

Acts 4:14  And beholding the man which was healed standing with them, they could say nothing against it.

Proverbs 14:12  There is a way that seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.

For Heaven’s Sake…

The children of Israel had been miraculously freed from slavery. In commemoration of their miraculous deliverance and under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, Moses and the children of Israel sang a song that still bears the name of Moses. The Song of Moses is found in Exodus 15:1-18. In it are lessons fit for us today.

The Bible says they sang together. It was as though this was a song that they all already knew. It had to be inspired of God. No rehearsal was necessary.

When God delivers you with a mighty deliverance, you will celebrate outwardly and openly. You will move bodily. You will shout. You will not be able to keep still. It is a celebration. But that is not what happens in the sanctuary during worship time. That is not the worship in the sanctuary.

The antitype of the Song of Moses is the Song of Moses and the Lamb. (Read Revelation 15:2 and 3.) “It will be sung around the eternal throne when all the enemies of God’s people are destroyed, and His eternal sanctuary is established. PP467, 468. That will be a day of still greater rejoicing.” PTG 15

(For the full presentation, please listen to the FB video, “Sanctuary, Life Lesson 12, The Song of Moses.” For the full sectional reading, please visit the online version of The Path to the Throne of God, (PTG), by Sarah Elizabeth Peck, and read the chapter entitled “Israel’s Preparation for Service” pages 13 to 19.)

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