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The Terms Of Our "Covenant" With God

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Posted by Residential on September 30, 2002 19:33:53 UTC

Here we are, Alive in an old Universe.
We have sacred old books that reminded
prior generations to revere the Creator.

The "Rainbow" symbolizes a convenant.
Rainbows are seen when you are at the
proper angle to see light being divided
into varied colors, as when sunlight
passes through a vapor of atmospheric water.

A "Covenant" is an agreement. In my dictionary,
"God's Covenant" is the promise made by God to Man...not to flood the world again... right?

I believe Jesus said many things which show he
understood there is evolution in past and future.
God may speak to us in the present, for that is where we will always live. God does not mind if
we consider the consequences of our acts. But the present moment is sacred and should be appreciated apart from the lust for future results.

Our U.S. Constitution is a renewable, amendable mutual Covenant made by representatives of persons
who live in the Covenant.
Is it a SACRED covenant whose Preamble reads:

" form a more perfect union, establish justice...promote the general welfare... secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity..."

I left out a few housekeeping parts.

Well, is it a sacred covenant"

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