Ignorance Is Very Expensive- Moses Coleman Writes

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My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge; because you [the priestly nation] have rejected knowledge, I will also reject you that you shall be no priest to Me; seeing you have forgotten the law of your God, I will also forget your children. Amplified Bible. Hosea 4:6

Let me quote it from the KJV

Hos 4:6 My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children.

From the verse, it’s written my people are destroyed because of lack of knowledge

The verse never said my people are destroyed because they don’t pray or because they don’t fast!!!

Its Reads: BECAUSE OF LACK OF KNOWLEDGE Wow… Now the issue is, how can one obtain knowledge if he or she doesn’t read?

Many are praying some kind of prayers which heaven doesn’t endorse because they lack knowledge..

Anyone who carry heavenly knowledge pray heavenly prayers!

The verse added that, seeing thou has forgotten the law of thy God Yes!!! Because they refuse to READ

Until a man discovers reading wide is the door to greater accomplishment and discoveries, he will continue to remain in darkness...

There’s this saying that, if you want to hide something from a black man, put it in a book

Yes and it’s true… The white are ahead of we the black just because they read!… Blacks gossips with their leisure time…

Ignorance is very expensive… Avoid it today! Read and Read till you become a reading Material for others…

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jrbaakope
3 years ago

So we need to read to have knowledge. But why didnt solomon read to have knowledge but prayed for it please?

jrbaakope
3 years ago
Reply to  Moses Coleman

Thank u minister. If am to increase my knowledge by reading, what should i read?

jrbaakope
3 years ago
Reply to  Moses Coleman

I appreciate it. Thanks you.