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Eternal God Concerned He Might Be On Wrong Side Of History

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HEAVEN—The everlasting Creator God admitted through a messenger Tuesday that He has recently been concerned that His unchanging, eternal truths might end up being on the wrong side of history. The Lord has reportedly been growing increasingly worried in recent years that His objective morals seem to be more and more out of step with […]

 

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I'm sure glad that the Creator God doesn't have insecurity issues. I'm thankful that He Doesn't change. It would be great if Society got back in step with God.

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