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The Old Testament commands to fight wicked nations, but that does not apply in the New Testament. For exampleFor example,

The Old Testament commands to fight wicked nations, but that does not apply in the New Testament. For example,

The Old Testament commands to fight wicked nations, but that does not apply in the New Testament. For example,

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We forget Jesus IS GOD - FROM GODS MOUTH: read carefully:

We forget Jesus IS GOD - FROM GODS MOUTH: read carefully:

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The Old Testament commands to fight wicked nations, but that does not apply in the New Testament. For example,

The Catholic Church teaches that the Law of Moses (the Old Law) is a preparation for the Gospel, and as such no longer binding. The New Law (the Law of Gospel) is a perfection of it, given through faith in Christ.

And here is an example of a perfect part: Jesus specifically tells us at the Sermon on the mound we should not stand up for ourselvesnot stand up for ourselves and that we should pray for such people. When Jesus returns He will then take care of the wicked or will call us to help Him. It is very hard to accept. (Do I personally think I could do it in all situations, I do not know...but looking at Jesus the answer is there.)

The Old Testament commands to fight wicked nations, but that does not apply in the New Testament. Jesus specifically tells us at the Sermon on the mound we should not stand up for ourselves and that we should pray for such people. When Jesus returns He will then take care of the wicked or will call us to help Him.

The Old Testament commands to fight wicked nations, but that does not apply in the New Testament. For example,

The Catholic Church teaches that the Law of Moses (the Old Law) is a preparation for the Gospel, and as such no longer binding. The New Law (the Law of Gospel) is a perfection of it, given through faith in Christ.

And here is an example of a perfect part: Jesus specifically tells us at the Sermon on the mound we should not stand up for ourselves and that we should pray for such people. When Jesus returns He will then take care of the wicked or will call us to help Him. It is very hard to accept. (Do I personally think I could do it in all situations, I do not know...but looking at Jesus the answer is there.)

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