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kjv@Numbers:23-24 @ @ RandyP comments: Reprobate Mind - Balak repeatedly sought to have the object of his fear cursed or put down rather than himself put right with God.

kjv@Numbers:25 @ @ RandyP comments: How often we are offended and wait expecting God to do His thing when in reality it is God that is offended and we need to oppose those doing the offending.

kjv@Numbers:23:19 @ @ RandyP comments: Reprobate Mind - Out of context this verse is frequently used in claiming His promises under our own pretense. The context here suggests that God's promise is much larger in scope than to what we often selfishly apply it.

kjv@Numbers:28-29 @ @ RandyP comments: Reprobate Mind - These solemn yearly observances were to be performed for and as a nation. We tend to reduce sin and atonement and a pleasant aroma to the Lord as strictly individual. Not in God's eye.

kjv@Numbers:32-33 @ @ RandyP comments: Reprobate Mind - We see the sin of establishing your position now outside of the position of the group future, becoming a discouragement to those continuing on the divine course.

kjv@Numbers:32-33 @ @ RandyP comments: Reprobate Mind - All of this time and effort, trial and frustration, plague and cursing, all because of the group's untrusting reaction to the discouraging report of 10 of 12 spies

kjv@Genesis:48:19 @ @ RandyP comments: kjv@Numbers:1:33-35 dict:easton Ephraim