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“You were once not a people, but now you are God’s people.”​—1 PET. 2:10.  “Gen yon lè nou pa t yon pèp, men kounye a, nou se pèp Bondye.” — 1 PYÈ 2:10.   THE NEW PEOPLE OF GOD  NOUVO PÈP BONDYE A  “A PEOPLE FOR HIS NAME”   YON PÈP POU NON L”  REBIRTH OF GOD’S PEOPLE  PÈP BONDYE A VIN EGZISTE ANKÒ  “WE WANT TO GO WITH YOU”  “NOU VLE ALE AVÈK NOU”  FIND PROTECTION WITH JEHOVAH’S PEOPLE  CHÈCHE JWENN PWOTEKSYON ANSANM AK PÈP JEWOVA A

“You were once not a people, but now you are God’s people.”​—1 PET. 2:10. “Gen yon lè nou pa t yon pèp, men kounye a, nou se pèp Bondye.” — 1 PYÈ 2:10. THE NEW PEOPLE OF GOD NOUVO PÈP BONDYE A “A PEOPLE FOR HIS NAME” YON PÈP POU NON L” REBIRTH OF GOD’S PEOPLE PÈP BONDYE A VIN EGZISTE ANKÒ “WE WANT TO GO WITH YOU” “NOU VLE ALE AVÈK NOU” FIND PROTECTION WITH JEHOVAH’S PEOPLE CHÈCHE JWENN PWOTEKSYON ANSANM AK PÈP JEWOVA A

On a number of occasions, the Bible that Jehovah "felt regret." Jonah 3:10; Gen. 6:6, 7; Judg. 2:18; 1 Sam. 15:11. Since God's activity is perfect, his regret is never because of a mistake on his part. Num. 23:19; Deut. 32:4. Rather, in Hebrew, to feel regret can mean to change one's mind of intention. For example, because Jehovah is reasonable, adaptable,  and merciful, he is willing to alter his intened actions toward erring ones in response to their repentance and the changes they make.

On a number of occasions, the Bible that Jehovah "felt regret." Jonah 3:10; Gen. 6:6, 7; Judg. 2:18; 1 Sam. 15:11. Since God's activity is perfect, his regret is never because of a mistake on his part. Num. 23:19; Deut. 32:4. Rather, in Hebrew, to feel regret can mean to change one's mind of intention. For example, because Jehovah is reasonable, adaptable, and merciful, he is willing to alter his intened actions toward erring ones in response to their repentance and the changes they make.

He is changing times and seasons,  removing kings and setting up kings. Daniel 2:21.  Jehovah God provided the means to measure  time long before he created man. On the fourth  creative day, God said: “Let luminaries come to  be in the expanse of the heavens to make a  division between the day and the night; and they  must serve as signs and for seasons and for  days and years.” (Gen. 1:14, 19, 26) In harmony  with Jehovah’s will, that is, of course, what took  place. Until now, however…

He is changing times and seasons, removing kings and setting up kings. Daniel 2:21. Jehovah God provided the means to measure time long before he created man. On the fourth creative day, God said: “Let luminaries come to be in the expanse of the heavens to make a division between the day and the night; and they must serve as signs and for seasons and for days and years.” (Gen. 1:14, 19, 26) In harmony with Jehovah’s will, that is, of course, what took place. Until now, however…

God saw everything he had made  and, look! it was very good. Genesis 1:31  Having reviewed his creative works, Jehovah  God announced the beginning of a seventh  day—not a 24-hour day, but a long period of  time during which he has rested from further  works of earthly creation. (Gen. 2:2) God’s rest  day still has not ended. (Heb. 4:9, 10) The Bible  does not reveal exactly when it started. It was  some time after the creation of Adam’s wife,  Eve, about 6,000 years ago. Ahead of us lies…

God saw everything he had made and, look! it was very good. Genesis 1:31 Having reviewed his creative works, Jehovah God announced the beginning of a seventh day—not a 24-hour day, but a long period of time during which he has rested from further works of earthly creation. (Gen. 2:2) God’s rest day still has not ended. (Heb. 4:9, 10) The Bible does not reveal exactly when it started. It was some time after the creation of Adam’s wife, Eve, about 6,000 years ago. Ahead of us lies…

"Look! I have come . . . to do your will, O God.” (Heb. 10:7) With these words, Jesus presented himself to Jehovah God to carry out all that was foretold about the promised offspring, including his being ‘bruised in the heel’ by Satan. (Gen. 3:15) Laying down his life as a sacrifice for the sins of humankind and never allowing nothing to sidetrack him from the commission he received from his Father to preach the good news of God’s Kingdom, indeed, Jesus is the finest example of one who…

"Look! I have come . . . to do your will, O God.” (Heb. 10:7) With these words, Jesus presented himself to Jehovah God to carry out all that was foretold about the promised offspring, including his being ‘bruised in the heel’ by Satan. (Gen. 3:15) Laying down his life as a sacrifice for the sins of humankind and never allowing nothing to sidetrack him from the commission he received from his Father to preach the good news of God’s Kingdom, indeed, Jesus is the finest example of one who…

Gen. 4:26 And to Seth also a son was born, and he called his name Enosh. At that time men began to call upon the name of Jehovah. Rom. 10:12-13 For there is no distinction between Jew and Greek, for the same Lord is Lord of all and rich to all who call upon Him; For "whoever calls upon the name of the Lord shall be saved." More via, www.agodman.com

As Frail and Mortal Men We can Call on the Name of the Lord to Enjoy His Riches

Gen. 4:26 And to Seth also a son was born, and he called his name Enosh. At that time men began to call upon the name of Jehovah. Rom. 10:12-13 For there is no distinction between Jew and Greek, for the same Lord is Lord of all and rich to all who call upon Him; For "whoever calls upon the name of the Lord shall be saved." More via, www.agodman.com

Having reviewed his creative works, Jehovah God announced the beginning of a seventh day—not a 24-hour day, but a long period of time during which he has rested from further works of earthly creation. (Gen. 2:2) God’s rest day still has not ended. (Heb. 4:9, 10) The Bible does not reveal exactly when it started. It was some time after the creation of Adam’s wife, Eve, about 6,000 years ago. Ahead of us lies the Thousand Year Reign of Jesus Christ, which will ensure the fulfillment of God’s…

Having reviewed his creative works, Jehovah God announced the beginning of a seventh day—not a 24-hour day, but a long period of time during which he has rested from further works of earthly creation. (Gen. 2:2) God’s rest day still has not ended. (Heb. 4:9, 10) The Bible does not reveal exactly when it started. It was some time after the creation of Adam’s wife, Eve, about 6,000 years ago. Ahead of us lies the Thousand Year Reign of Jesus Christ, which will ensure the fulfillment of God’s…

Having reviewed his creative works, Jehovah God announced the beginning of a seventh day—not a 24-hour day, but a long period of time during which he has rested from further works of earthly creation. (Gen. 2:2) God’s rest day still has not ended. (Heb. 4:9, 10) The Bible does not reveal exactly when it started. It was some time after the creation of Adam’s wife, Eve, about 6,000 years ago. Ahead of us lies the Thousand Year Reign of Jesus Christ, which will ensure the fulfillment of God’s…

Having reviewed his creative works, Jehovah God announced the beginning of a seventh day—not a 24-hour day, but a long period of time during which he has rested from further works of earthly creation. (Gen. 2:2) God’s rest day still has not ended. (Heb. 4:9, 10) The Bible does not reveal exactly when it started. It was some time after the creation of Adam’s wife, Eve, about 6,000 years ago. Ahead of us lies the Thousand Year Reign of Jesus Christ, which will ensure the fulfillment of God’s…

Take yourself a wife from the daughters of Laban. — Genesis 28:2 — // Obeying Isaac, Jacob left the security of his immediate family, who were living in Canaan, to travel, evidently alone, hundreds of miles to the area of Haran. (Gen. 28:10) Perhaps he wondered: ‘How long will I be away? Will my uncle warmly welcome me and grant me a God- fearing wife?’ If Jacob had such anxieties, these no doubt melted away when Jehovah appeared to Jacob in a dream, saying: “Here I am with you and I will…

Take yourself a wife from the daughters of Laban. — Genesis 28:2 — // Obeying Isaac, Jacob left the security of his immediate family, who were living in Canaan, to travel, evidently alone, hundreds of miles to the area of Haran. (Gen. 28:10) Perhaps he wondered: ‘How long will I be away? Will my uncle warmly welcome me and grant me a God- fearing wife?’ If Jacob had such anxieties, these no doubt melted away when Jehovah appeared to Jacob in a dream, saying: “Here I am with you and I will…

Via:@Lifensoho1   http://instagram.com/p/qfWt5Hgokk/   Food for thought:   Just like Nimrod a mighty hunter in opposition to Jehovah.—Gen. 10:9.  Nimrod’s domain included Babel and other cities between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. (Gen. 10:10) It was possibly under his direction that the building of Babel and its tower began about 2269 B.C.E. Contrary to Jehovah’s will that mankind spread throughout the earth, those builders said: “Come on! Let us build ourselves a city and also a tower…

Via:@Lifensoho1 http://instagram.com/p/qfWt5Hgokk/ Food for thought: Just like Nimrod a mighty hunter in opposition to Jehovah.—Gen. 10:9. Nimrod’s domain included Babel and other cities between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. (Gen. 10:10) It was possibly under his direction that the building of Babel and its tower began about 2269 B.C.E. Contrary to Jehovah’s will that mankind spread throughout the earth, those builders said: “Come on! Let us build ourselves a city and also a tower…

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