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August 17, 2014                                  Pastor Linda D. Scott



Deuteronomy 23:1-6: There are family members with exclusions from the congregation of God for ten generations for God’s reasons.

Ruth 4:5: Ruth was a Moabitess and she was excluded from the congregation of the Saints.   But, a shift in time came, it was called the tenth generation.   Naomi was the key to the shift in time for Ruth’s promotion.

Genesis 19:36-38: Lot was the father of Moab by his firstborn daughter until this day.

2 Chronicles 20:20-24: Ammon, Moab and mount Seir are the illegitimate (non-converted) family members coming against the legitimate (converted) family member.

Esther 10:1-3: Mordecai was advanced.  He became next to the king because of his stand for what was right and his protection for his niece.

Psalms 50:7-23: God takes no pleasure in ceremonies but in praise and in His people ordering their conversation right.

Isaiah 10:20-27:  The Church is promised deliverance and exaltation because of a return of the Remnant


Legitimate: having full filial rights and obligations by birth, in accordance with established rules, principles, or standards, being in compliance with the law; lawful, Being in accordance with established or accepted patterns and standards

Converted: to change (you) into another form, substance, state, or product; transform: to change or adapt the form, character, or function, to change in opinion, belief, etc., of; transform: to cause (someone) to change.

Exclusion: a keeping apart; blocking of an entrance, a shutting out or elimination, surgical(spiritual) isolation of a part, as of a segment of intestine, without removal from the body.

Remnant: a part left over after use, processing, etc.: a surviving trace or vestige, as of a former era: a remnant of imperialism. Remnant - Definition and meaning from Bible Dictionary Remnant Leftovers or remainder.

Shoulder: to assume as a responsibility, side by side; with united effort, to work energetically toward a goal; put forth effort: