Yisrayl Hawkins Shows from the Bible What Sin Really Does to the Body in New Post This Week

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Texas Pastor writes blog post to encourage people to start keeping Biblical Laws in order to receive great benefits.

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We don’t always consider the Bible as being a source that keeps us healthy, but it’s really the only source that will

Yisrayl Hawkins, Pastor and Overseer at The House of Yahweh in Abilene, Texas, has released a new article on his blog this week discussing the consequences that take place within the human body when one breaks a Biblical Law.

Yisrayl explains why the Laws placed in the Bible are so important to health and vitality.

“We don’t always consider the Bible as being a source that keeps us healthy, but it’s really the only source that will,” Yisrayl commented.

The post goes into detail on many topics including: what sin is, what takes place in the human body and in society when one sins, and how people can reverse any damage already caused.

Yisrayl explains that it’s never too late to change. He says anyone can learn the Laws in the Bible, practice them and immediately begin to benefit in every way.

“Yahweh, in The Book of Yahweh and other translations, uses instructive Laws to guide His People away from sickness, disease, confusion, hatred, war and fighting. He uses Prophecy to actually foretell the results of breaking His Guiding Laws,” Yisrayl added.

He continues to explain that the set of Laws placed in the Bible were always meant to guide and instruct mankind how to live a long, healthy, and productive life.

To read about this, go to http://yahwehsbranch.com.

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