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Putting the Beauty Back in the Commandments - cover

Putting the Beauty Back in the Commandments

Jessie Partington

Publisher: Finck, Inc. Publishing

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The purpose of this little book is to put the beauty of God back into His Ten Commandments by weaving the loveliness of God’s character as described in Christ’s Sermon on the Mount (Matt 3: 5– 11), with His Law given on Mt Sinai (Exodus 20:3– 17).

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