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The war against the Amorites was prompted by the vicious Amorite war against Israeli civilians.

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Will you not possess whatever Chemosh your god gives you to possess : Jephthah argued that the Ammonite god Chemosh must show himself worthy to conquer the land of Israel. Since Israel held this land for three hundred years , it demonstrated that Chemosh was not greater than the God of Israel. The exact figure is years. Let us see who is stronger — Yahweh or Chemosh. Jephthah did not see this battle as primarily between two armies, but between the God of Israel and the false god of Ammon. Jephthah showed true wisdom in seeing this as a spiritual battle first.

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Chemosh your god : Chemosh was traditionally the god of the Moabites, not the Ammonites. War was therefore inevitable.

When we are beset by fears and anxieties, we need to fill our lives with Jesus and be filled with the Holy Spirit. He advanced toward the people of Ammon : The filling of the Spirit makes us advance. We go forward in the sense of spiritual progress and we go forward in the sense of confronting the enemies of God. Such vows can be attempts to manipulate God or put Him under obligation to ourselves.

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Even a Spirit-filled man can do foolish things. The Holy Spirit does not overwhelm and control us, He guides us — and that guidance can be resisted or ignored at smaller or greater points. He will give gladly and freely out of His own heart of love the help and deliverance we need, if only our course is rightly ordered before Him. Whatever comes out of the doors of my house to meet me… I will offer it up as a burnt offering : Jephthah did not have a human sacrifice in mind. Commentator Adam Clarke agreed that according to the most accurate Hebrew scholars, the best translation is I will consecrate it to the LORD, or I will offer it for a burnt-offering.

Human sacrifice was strictly forbidden by the Mosaic Law in passages such as Leviticus and Deuteronomy And he defeated them from Aroer as far as Minnith; twenty cities; and to Abel Keramim, with a very great slaughter. Thus the people of Ammon were subdued before the children of Israel. He overcame bitterness and family rejection to meet a great need. Despite his difficult past, God still wonderfully used him. Thus the people of Ammon were subdued before the children of Israel : This was another victory for Israel won under the leadership of a Spirit-filled judge. When Jephthah came to his house at Mizpah, there was his daughter, coming out to meet him with timbrels and dancing; and she was his only child.

Besides her he had neither son nor daughter. You have brought me very low! You are among those who trouble me! When he saw her, he tore his clothes : Jephthah made his foolish vow sincerely, fully intending to keep it. Psalm Hyssop is a sweet smelling plant from the mint family. It was used in many ceremonial rituals of the Israelites, as burning hyssop typically meant an inner cleansing.

Hyssop can be found in tea and tincture form at most health stores.

Warm hyssop tea or hyssop tintcure diluted in warm water can be used as a gargling liquid for sore throats. Today, peppermint is still being used medicinally for its calming effects.

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This may be because mustard grew so abundantly in Palestine. Today, mustard seed has been studied for its possible anti-cancer properties. Myrrh is mentioned over and over in the Bible. In the Roman world, it was considered a natural remedy for almost every human affliction from earaches to hemorrhoids. Today , myrrh oil is used for its anti-parasitic, antifungal and antibacterial benefits. Song of Solomon The most expensive spice in the world today was also very dear during ancient times.

Because of its distinct yellow color, saffron was used not only for flavoring but to make ancient dyes as well. Ancient peoples used saffron to treat stomach upsets, bubonic plague and smallpox. Today, recent studies have indicated possible health benefits including cancer-inhibiting properties specifically for breast cancer , antidepressant effects and promoting a feeling of fullness for mildly overweight individuals.

As you can see, the Bible makes mention of so many valuable herbs. These are plants that can be used as food, medicine, tea, skin care, hair care, dental care and so much more. It really is incredible when you think about all the natural Bible herbs we can easily access and benefit from on an everyday basis.

I hope you may find a way to incorporate these amazing Biblical herbs into your daily routine.

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Josh Axe is on a mission to provide you and your family with the highest quality nutrition tips and healthy recipes in the world More Nutrition Dr. The things that we go through in life don't always make sense to us. We tried to get pregnant for over a decade and weren't able to have a child.

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It's an emptiness and grieving that no one else can understand than someone who has gone through it. I have felt lost and powerless as well and at times I admit, struggled with being angry at God , but for the opposite reason. If you feel that an additional child to raise is too much to handle Adoptions are flexible - you could have an agreement to visit with the child as well if you like. Will be praying for you for peace and wisdom and hope you will consider.

Adoption is a beautiful and loving gift. I am sure that Jesus would want you to love that baby for however long you can even if that baby is born and only lives for a few minutes. I have known people who were told to abort their babies for same such reasons among others and they all choose to keep their babies and they're all so thankful that they did.

I had a few who lost those babies and came out so much stronger with such a greater love for life and family in the end. I had others who had their babies at full term with no issues, their babies are completely healthy and had they aborted they would not have that beautiful child, and why because some doctor says so?! Really, I hate to say this but doctors get things wrong they are human just as we are. Please keep your blessing from Jesus and love it with all your heart! God will never give you anything that you cannot handle. Prayers for you and your sweet baby.

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I heard my babies heart beating at only 4 weeks, as a mother it's the most beautiful thing in the world to hear! But today i find myself debating why if i know that having this child may mean to give birth to a sick child because of ny health conditions that are believed to have affected the fetus. I found out about this pregnancy at 14 wks.

No matter how pro or Anti abortion you are, there will come a day in which the choice against what you stand for will have to shift. One child from one marriage and 2 from a 2nd marriage. Now, I'm not saying abortion is right, but, if it's murder then why is there not a punishment of death or even the need to flee to a sanctuary city?

It's obvious it's wrong because there was to be a punishment implemented but not for murder or even accidental murder. It's a piece of scripture I've been curious about for a long time. Maybe one of you has an answer for me.

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Exodus If men strive, and hurt a woman with child, so that her fruit depart from her, and yet no mischief follow: he shall be surely punished, according as the woman's husband will lay upon him; and he shall pay as the judges determine. Most people are just throwing out random comments, and it's all going nowhere. If the "child" is born without harm, the penalty is payment.

If the "child" is hurt with further harm death , the penalty is life for life. There is a Hebrew verb for miscarry or lose by abortion or be bereaved of the fruit of the womb, namely, shakal.