Daily Scripture: Testament of Abraham A-13:4




Being descendants of the first man, they shall be judged by his son until the great and glorious appearance of the Lord, when they will be judged by the judges of Israel, and then the last judgment by the Lord Himself shall be perfect and unchangeable.
Testament of Abraham Recension A 13:4

Honoring a parent through righteous behavior is an age-old tradition. Yet some confuse this ideal with judgement when looking at a family relationship: "The kid is a mess, his parent's must not have raised him right." Connect generational links to honor, not judge. The Testament of Abraham Recension A 13:4 outlines the order of judgement from Cain and Abel's time to present. It is clear, God is the only true judge.  

 
  


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