President-elect Trump says he wants to make America great. The only real way to truly accomplish this is to bring the Biblical Laws back into homes, schools and businesses worldwide.
Abilene, Texas (PRWEB) November 18, 2016
Yisrayl Hawkins, Pastor and Overseer at The House of Yahweh in Abilene, Texas, has written a new article this week that he says will prove once and for all the Laws in the Bible were never “done away with” and are very much still necessary today.
With all eyes on America since the election has concluded, Yisrayl says there is no need for hundreds and thousands of man’s laws to be scoured through and adjusted; he says the Bible is what needs to be scoured through and implemented.
“President-elect Trump says he wants to make America great. The only real way to truly accomplish this is to bring the Biblical Laws back into homes, schools and businesses worldwide,” Yisrayl said.
Yisrayl hammers home his points that the Messiah did not do away with the Laws. He lists the reasons why this could not possibly be the case. He explains that there must be a governing set of Laws in order to keep everything in line equal and just for all people.
“Mankind has tried to replace Yahweh’s Laws with made-up laws that have proven time and time again they do not work. We still have wars, sickness, disease and suffering. None of this would be so if we simply followed the Holy Scriptures,” Yisrayl adds.
The post is full of Scriptures that Yisrayl expounds on, and as usual, he adds in articles and various cross-reference materials to back his points. The article is 14-pages and has been published on his blog.
To read this article, go to http://yahwehsbranch.com
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