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And the LORD went his means, once he had left communing with Abraham: and Abraham back unto his position. (KJV) Abraham prayed for the security of Lot and his relations down in Sodom. I can’t comprehend households who flip their backs on each other Won’t forgive each other Won’t communicate to each other carry grudges opposed to each other I don’t need to accept as true with every thing my kinfolk has performed I don’t need to do every little thing my kin is doing whether it is unsuitable i could have to inform my relations they're mistaken i could have to rebuke a loved one i'd even have to separate myself from a friend yet I don’t ever need to carry a grudge opposed to my Brother or sister or mother or dad or Aunt or Uncle i will be able to pray for them i will be able to love them i will be able to do my absolute best to carry them to get correct with God yet i'll by no means be correct to fully forsake them. If that's real of my blood family it's more true of these who're my relatives within the neighborhood church. Abraham taught us to struggle for the family members. Secondly II. MOSES: FOUGHT TO precise WORSHIP Hebrews 11:24-29 via religion Moses, whilst he used to be come to years, refused to be known as the son of Pharaoh's daughter; picking out relatively to undergo ailment with the folk of God, than to benefit from the pleasures of sin for a season; Esteeming the reproach of Christ larger riches than the treasures in Egypt: for he had appreciate unto the recompence of the gift. via religion he forsook Egypt, now not fearing the wrath of the king: for he continued, as seeing him who's invisible. via religion he saved the passover, and the sprinkling of blood, lest he that destroyed the firstborn should still contact them. by way of religion they undergone the crimson sea as via dry land: which the Egyptians assaying to do have been drowned. (KJV) Moses’ calling sooner than the Lord was once to guide Israel out of Egypt so that they may possibly worship the Lord. Moses’ unique assembly with Pharaoh was once Exod 5:1-3 And in a while Moses and Aaron went in, and advised Pharaoh, therefore saith our lord god of Israel, enable my humans cross, that they could carry a banquet unto me within the wasteland. And Pharaoh stated, who's the LORD, that I may still obey his voice to enable Israel move? i do know no longer the LORD, neither will I permit Israel pass. they usually acknowledged, The God of the Hebrews hath met with us: allow us to pass, we pray thee, 3 days' trip into the barren region, and sacrifice unto the LORD our God; lest he fall upon us with pestilence, or with the sword. (KJV) They desired to carry a ceremonial dinner and sacrifice unto the Lord. They sought after their freedom to worship God. discover God didn't supply them freedom so that they may perhaps worship the fake gods of the land God didn't provide them freedom so that they may well do as they please and think as they please God introduced them from Egypt so that they may well worship Him i guess this subsequent assertion might be contested yet i'm confident that our founding fathers didn't come to the United States so that they might Do as they please think as they please and Worship whomever they happy They got here right here to came upon a state the place women and men and kids will be unfastened to worship the residing God.