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12:52   [11 Sep 2016 | Sunday]

God's Nutritional Regime - Page #4

 God’s Nutritional Regime

I know you will have questions, I have an article by Douglas S. Winnial that will enlighten you and hopefully answer your questions.   Do you really want to eat that?

I have been just as guilty as others eating foods that are an abomination to me…I am sure you can agree with me, for instance; shrimp, lobster, scallops, oysters and clams, just a few of the many more that are off limits to us.

GOD says that if we eat anything that is not listed, it is an abomination to us

Webster’s definition of abomination is:

An abhorrence for someone or something; loathing.  Something that elicits great dislike or abhorrence.

Some meanings for abhorrence – disgusting, repulsive, disapprove.

Some additional meanings for abomination – badness, uncleanness, dislike, hatred.

I don’t find anywhere in the New Testament where God changed His protein menu for us.  We have to remember God’s word doesn’t change it is the same yesterday as it is today and will be tomorrow, GOD’S WORD IS FINAL!!!

The New Testament is all about Jesus and His disciples, it doesn’t say anything about what we can or cannot eat, so again how can we with good conscience ignore God’s commands in Leviticus.

Leviticus 11: 46, 47

46 – “This is the law of the animals and the birds and every living creature that moves in the waters, and of every creature that creeps on the earth, 47 – to distinguish between the unclean and the clean, and between the animal that may be eaten and the animal that may not be eaten.”  


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