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The Ten Commandments
Inside this book, the reader will discover the Ten Commandments in their fullness have been in force since creation. They were taught to Adam and Eve and their children. Both Enoch and Noah obeyed those laws or Scripture would not say they walked with God. In contrast the pre-Adamic-world was destroyed by a World-Wide Flood for thumbing their nose at God and His laws while living sinful corrupt lives.
Because of their unwillingness to recognize the truth of the end-time Elijah being Mr. Herbert W. Armstrong, they have not only rejected him, but in so doing they have also rejected some to all of the true doctrinal teachings that Jesus used him to RESTORE within His Church and have replaced them with the Pagan teachings of the Catholic and Protestant Churches.
Unless the Corporate Churches of God that are off-track come to understand the life and death importance of this true teaching and repent (Malachi 4:6), they are soon going to suffer the reality of the horrors of the Great Tribulation.
Our minds are designed for hard work. They have a vast capacity for improvement. However we have to continually exercise them with right direction and knowledge. This is true all through life. A mind needs to be fed new knowledge beginning as soon as possible from the earliest age.
“It has been estimated that at least half the knowledge each one of us possesses was acquired before we reached the age of five. In those early years we have the two gifts of which true genius is made: an ability to regard the most routine things with a constantly fresh and wondering vision, and a relentless urge to learn and understand.
“Our brains are raring to learn more, to use more of the fantastic capacity of which they are capable, but we won’t let them. The storehouse of knowledge remains almost empty. . . . simply because we refuse to open the doors.