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Josf,

Jesus does not tell you to murder babies.

Jesus tell you to love.

I can hardly think right now. My pop is not doing good. What was supposed to be an overnight hospital stay for observation has turned into 3 nights and I just got a phone call that he is lethargic, disoriented, and has a lung infection. So, I am on my way to Springfield to see what is going on. My sister used the words "slipping away."

I cannot answer your questions well. I listen. I read. I seems if I tell you Jesus does not tell you to murder babies, then you will say, then why did God tell his people to murder babies. You say Jesus is God. Well then, Jesus tells people to murder babies. I am not trying to put words in your mouth, but that is how I can rationalize this whole conversation, and I can see that rationale for saying those words and I do not have a good answer right now. I will think while I drive.

Why would God, tell "His people" to attack a city and kill everything in it if God is love?

Right now my answer is, God knows best, and I will not attribute wrong to God. We all deserve to die this very moment. We have all sinned and have all fallen short of the glory of God. It is mercy that we are still here. The people in that city worshipped a devil: Molech. God gave a direct command. Joshua obeyed. Thus people call the God of the Old Testament a Blood Thirsty God. I had never seen those words until being a part of the Daily Paul.

I want to listen to you. Have you told all of this to Jesus. These words you say to me. Can you say them to him?

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