Loopholes Around The Truth

Let your yea be yea, and nay be nay – that is truth unmasked and loving.


loopholes around the truth

This is what the Lord has commanded:A man who makes a vow to the Lord or makes a pledge under oath must never break it. He must do exactly what he said he would do. (Numbers 30:1-2)

Read: Numbers 30:1-31:54, Luke 4:1-30, Psalm 63:1-11, Proverbs 11:20-21

Relate: A few different times and places I have bumped into a similar scenario. A Jewish man makes a vow along the lines of, “I will never sell to that man again.” Maybe it is said in anger. Maybe he felt cheated. Whatever the reason, the vow is made and soon thereafter it is regretted. So what is he to do? “A man who makes vow to the Lord or a pledge under oath must never break it.” Never means never. Here we find the glorious innovation of the middle man. The person making the pledge “gives” his trade goods to a third party. That third…

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2 Responses to Loopholes Around The Truth

  1. ptl2010 says:

    Let us not forsake what is just and true to be politically correct in these days of compromise and lowered standard of values.

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