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Who am I: Each day my household consumed 30 measures of fine flour, 60 measures of meal, 10 fat oxen, 100 sheep. I ruled over a kingdom whose people were as the sand of the sea. I was the wisest man that ever lived.
King Solomon

Reference:
I Kings 4:22-24
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How YOU Could Commit the UNPARDONABLE Sin!
Good News Magazine
June-July 1954
Volume: Vol IV, No. 5
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How YOU Could Commit the UNPARDONABLE Sin!

Here is a shocking revelation! The frightening realization that some former brethren may have committed this solemn warning! WE HAVE been stunned! - then frightened into sending you immediately this WARNING - at the sudden realization that some former brethren may have blasphemed against the Holy Spirit, and one or two others may stand this moment in danger of it! In a long distance telephone conversation with one of our ministers this startling possibility struck us both. It has sent me immediately to my typewriter. This edition of The GOOD NEWS goes to press tomorrow morning. Fortunately I am enabled thus to get this warning message to the members of God's Church without delay. The conversation concerned very distressing and heart-breaking news. A church member was beginning to find fault and accuse the work of God, and in this disgruntled spirit the seeds of discord were being sown in other members. This minister had taken immediate preliminary disciplinary measures. He had dealt this time in kindness, but had made plain that a repetition of this sin will be promptly dealt with in decisive action.

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Good News MagazineJune-July 1954Vol IV, No. 5
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