Look At What The Bible Says About Foreigners That Left Everyone In Shock

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A bible verse has left tongues wagging as it states that “foreigners who live in your land will gain more and more power, while you gradually lose yours. They will have money to lend you, but you will have none to lend them. In the end, they will be your rulers.”

Where does the saying come from?

The Bible quote comes from Deuteronomy 28:43-45 GNBUK (Good News Bible Anglicized) and some South Africans have come on to say that they aren’t wrong for chasing out foreigners as the Bible also “agrees” with them.

However, it should be noted that different versions of the Bible have written the verse in different ways, but most of them are pretty much similar to the verse that we quoted above.

The New King James Version, which most churches use here In South Africa, they replaced the foreign word with alien as it states that “The alien who is among you shall rise higher and higher above you, and you shall come down lower and lower.”

Personally, I don’t express an opinion on this as I believe that one really needs to break down what this verse actually means, as we probably all know that the Bible often uses hidden terms to describe or tell you things.

But then, according to different bile versions, the saying simply suggests that people will use resources you own and end up being more successful than you, and you’ll end up depending on them, although they used your resources……Review More

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