Larry Shepard / Saturday, September 1, 2018 / Categories: Daily Word Leviticus 18:6-8 Stay pure in the midst offsexual immorality "None of you shall approach anyone who is near of kin to him, to uncover his nakedness: I am the Lord. 7 The nakedness of your father or the nakedness of your mother you shall not uncover. She is your mother; you shall not uncover her nakedness. 8 The nakedness of your father’s wife you shall not uncover; it is your father’s nakedness. Lev 18:0 Today's Word of Wisdom is a bit different, so bear with me. We live in a day when wicked people are trying to "normalize" pedophilia. In Leviticus 18, God labels various sexual acts, especially incest, as wickedness and prohibits them. It is interesting to note that these laws were given as Israel was about to enter the land of Canaan, which was filled with these wicked sexual practices and with child sacrifice. The message to us today is that though our land is filled with unspeakable sinful practices, we are called into the land to exemplify a higher standard of living which is achievable through Christ! The attached video unveils when these practices started and why the Canaanites were cursed. NOTE: The term "Uncover your ____'s nakedness" refers to a sexual act or an act which strips a person of dignity or authority Proverbs 3:13-14 If You Acquire Wisdom, You Acquire Riches Print 538 Rate this article: No rating 1 comments on article "Leviticus 18:6-8 Stay pure in the midst offsexual immorality" 1 0 Larry Shepard DEBUNKING A MYTH. The doctrine that Black people are doomed to servanthood because of Noah's curse on Ham is a product of sloppy (and sometimes purposeful) research. Noah did NOT curse Ham. Noah cursed Ham's son, Canaan (Genesis 9:24-26), the apparent offspring of Ham's sexual sin with Noah's wife (see the video). Ham had 3 other son's who were NOT cursed, Cush, Mizraim and Put. The Canaanites settled in the area of Gaza and Sodom and Gomorrah. When Abrahan left Egypt and moved to the land of Canaan, God gave him that land (Genesis 13). Some of Ham's other sons who settled to the south became rich and royal. The Queen of Sheba and Candice, Queen of Ethiopia, who were Black (in our vernacular), are Biblical examples of this. (See the Queen of Sheba video in the Media Gallery below the article) 9/2/2018 12:13 PM Please login or register to post comments.