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12 Weeks of Prayer Week 10 Day 2

12 Weeks of Prayer Week 10 Day 2

The Word of Adonai Must Never Be Altered

By Justin N. Citro

The Word of Almighty God are the holy scriptures that tells us the stories of our ancestors Abraham, Isacc, and Jacob, as well the Gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John and let's not forget the stories about Jesus Christ His first coming, his death and resurrection and the glorious second coming of our Lord. The Bible is the Word of Adonai, which must be always quoted to the exact point and should not be altered in any way form, or shape for once you start to change and twist the Word of God, then you are destroying its power and authenticity. The Bible is not meant for us mortals to change; we can quote the bible, but we must not change it! We as Christians need to be extremely careful when it comes to reading the word of God for the Word is holy. It is also vital that when we quote Scriptures, we make sure it is correct. What does the Bible say about twisting the Word of God? In 1 John 4:1 KJV, "Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world." What the Apostle John is saying here that we need to test everything around us and that includes what other people write about the Word of God, for not every book you read that contains scripture is accurate. So, always be sure to test the spirit in all things. because the age and time are evil and our faith is being tested more than ever so be sure to test, test and test. Brothers and Sisters, I encourage you to be built up in your spirit and ask the Lord for protection over your life from these spirits who want to come and twist the Word of God. And again, I say ask the Lord for a discerning Spirit so you will be able to tell the difference between wrong and right. Heavenly Father, I thank you and praise you for everything you have done. Lord, I ask for a discerning spirit so I will be able to tell the difference between what is good and just in Your sight. In Jesus' Name, Amen.



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