Monday, April 14, 2008

Open to them that believed, regardless of nationality or racial

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Monday, April 14, 2008

Immigration topic stirs conference at SJSU

San Jose State University hosted "From Strawberries to Software," an immigration conference, in at the Crowne Plaza Hotel downtown Thursday and Friday.

The conference began with a reception and dinner in the Barrett Ballroom, followed by introduction speeches from SJSU President Don Kassing and Tim Hegstrom, dean of the College of Social Sciences....

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Ted Rudow III,MA 2CH.6:32-33
"Moreover, concerning a foreigner, who is not of Your people Israel, but who comes from a far country for the sake of Your great name and Your mighty hand and Your outstretched arm, when they come and pray in this temple; "then hear from heaven Your dwelling place, and do according to all for which the foreigner calls to You, that all peoples of the earth may know Your name and fear You, as do Your people Israel, and that they may know that this temple which I have built is called by Your name."
This have always been open to these Greeks and other Gentiles throughout all the Old Testament Era included the Muslims. What good have you ever heard from the West about the Arabs? Honestly now, how much good have you ever heard about the Arabs, even before they became famous for their oil? These Gentile believers amongst the Jews were called "proselytes," which is proof that the Kingdom was always open to them that believed, regardless of nationality or racial background, that these things had absolutely nothing to do with their place and that there had been no change at all in God's plan to save "whosoever among you feareth God"
Nothing had changed in the eyes or the mind of God! He had only further opened the eyes of believers to the truth that "God is no respecter of persons", "and the times of this ignorance God winked at, but now commandeth all men everywhere to repent."
Ted Rudow III,MA
Class of 1996

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