By Ernest O'Neill

What Does the Law of God Say About Us?

By Rev. Ernest O'Neill

Loved ones, I'd just like to make it clear again to all of us, what communion means. The first thing it means is in connection with a piece of the Old Testament back in Leviticus. Let's look at it. It's Leviticus 20:9 and it concerns your relation with your mom and dad.

"For every one who curses his father or his mother shall be put to death."  That was the law. If you cursed your mom or your dad, you would be put to death. So I'd ask you, have you ever cursed your mother or your father? Or have you ever had that attitude to them whether you cursed them or not? Now you deserve death. Look at verse Leviticus 20:10.

"If a man commits adultery with the wife of his neighbor, both the adulterer and the adulteress shall be put to death."  Have you ever committed adultery? Have you ever had intercourse with somebody who was married to someone else? Well then, you deserve to be killed, to be put to death.

Look at Leviticus 20:27. "A man or a woman who is a medium or a wizard shall be put to death." So, have you ever been involved in spiritualism? Then you deserve to be killed. Loved ones, that's what God's law says. You should die for any sin that you have committed. It goes for stealing and it goes for bearing false witness and it goes for lying and for coveting. The sinful soul will die. We should be dead now, you see, that's it. That's the law of God.

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