1. book of wisdom bible 13 chapter 1-19
  2. 1 Yes, naturally stupid are all who are unaware of God, and who,good things seen, have not been able to discover Him-who-is, or, by studying the works, have not recognised the Artificer.
  3. 2 Fire, however, or wind, or the swift air, the sphere of the stars, impetuous water, heaven's lamps, are what they have held to be the gods who govern the world.
  4. 3 If, charmed by their beauty, they have taken these for gods, let them know how much the Master of these excels them, since he was the very source of beauty that created them.
    1. 4 And if they have been impressed by their power and energy, let them deduce from these how much mightier is he that has formed them,5 since through the grandeur and beauty of the creatures we may, by analogy, contemplate their Author.6 Small blame, however, attaches to them, for perhaps they go astray only in their searchG-d and theireagerness to find him;7 familiar with his works, they investigate them and fall victim to appearances, seeing so much beauty.8 But even so, they have no excuse:9 if they are capable of acquiringknowledge to be able to investigate the world, how have they been so slow to find its Master?10 But wretched are they, with their hopes set on dead things, who have given the title of gods to human artefacts, gold or silver, skilfully worked, figures of animals, or useless stone, carved by some hand long ago.11 Take a woodcutter. He fells a suitable tree, neatly strips off the bark all over and then with admirable skill works the wood into an object useful in daily life.12 The bits left over from his work he uses for cooking his food, then eats his fill.13 There is still a good-for-nothing bit left over, a gnarled and knotted billet: he takes it and whittles it with the concentration of his leisure hours, he shapes it with the skill of experience, he gives it a human shape.14 or perhaps he makes it into some vile animal, smears it with ochre, paints its surface red, coats over all its blemishes.
      1. 15 He next makes a worthy home for it, lets it into the wall, fixes it with an iron clamp.16 Thus he makes sure thatwill not fall down -- being well aware that it cannot help itself, since it is only an image, and needs to be helped17 And yet, if he wishes to pray for his goods, for his marriage, for his children, he does not blush to harangue this lifeless thing -- for health, he invokes what is weak,18 for life, he pleads with what is dead, for help, he goes begging to total inexperience, for a journey, what cannot even use its feet19 for profit, an undertaking, and success in pursuing his craft, he asks skill from something whose hands have no skill whatever.
      2. book of wisdom from the bible 14 chapter 8-31
          1. 1 Or someone else, taking ship to cross the wild waves, loudly invokes a piece of wood frailer than the vessel that bears him.
          2. 2 Agreed, the ship is the product of a craving for gain, its building embodieswisdom of the shipwright;
          3. 3 but your providence, Father, is what steers it, you having opened a pathway even through the sea, and a safe way over the waves,
            1. 4 showing that you can save, whatever happens, so that, even without experience, someone may put to sea.
            2. 5 It is notwill that the works of your Wisdom should be sterile, so people entrust their lives to the smallest piece of wood, cross the waves on a raft, yet are kept safe and sound.
            3. 6 Why, in the beginning, when the proud giants were perishing,hope of the world took refuge on a raft and, steered by your hand, preserved the seed of a new generation for the ages to come.
            4. 7 For blessed is the wood which servescause of uprightness
            5. 8 but accursed the man-made idol, yes, it and its maker, he for having made it, and it because, though perishable, it has been called god.
            6. 9G-d holds the godless and his godlessness in equal hatred;
            7. 10 both work andwill alike be punished.
            8. 11 Hence even the idols of thewill have a visitation since, in God's creation, they have become an abomination, a scandal for human souls, a snare for the feet of the foolish.
            9. 12idea of making idols was the origin of fornication, their discovery corrupted life.
            10. 13 They did not exist at the beginning,will not exist for ever;
              1. 14 human vanity brought them into the world, and a quick end is therefore reserved for them.
              2. 15 A father afflicted by untimely mourning has an image made of his child so soon carried off, and now pays divine honours to what yesterday was only a corpse, handing on mysteries and ceremonies to his people;
              3. 16 time passes, the custom hardens and is observed as law.
              4. 17 Rulers were the ones who ordered that statues should be worshipped: people who couldhonour them in person, because they lived too far away, would have a portrait made of their distant countenance, to have an image that they could see of the king whom they honoured; meaning, by such zeal, to flatter the absent as if he were present.
              5. 18 Even people who did not know him were stimulated into spreading his cult by the artist's enthusiasm;
              6. 19 for the latter, doubtless wishing to please his ruler, exerted all his skill to surpass the reality,
              7. 20 and the crowd, attracted by the beauty of the work, mistook forgod someone whom recently they had honoured as a man.
              8. 21 And this became a snare for life: that people, whether enslaved by misfortune or by tyranny, should have conferred the ineffable Name on sticks and stones.
              9. 22 It is not enough, however, for them to have such misconceptions about God; for, living in the fierce warfare of ignorance, they call these terrible evils peace.
              10. 23 With their child-murdering rites, their occult mysteries, or their frenzied orgies with outlandish customs,
              11. 24 they no longer retain any purity in their lives or their marriages, one treacherously murdering another or wronging him by adultery.
              12. 25 Everywhere a welter of blood and murder, theft and fraud, corruption, treachery, riot, perjury,
              13. 26 disturbance of decent people, forgetfulness of favours, pollution of souls, sins against nature, disorder in marriage, adultery and debauchery.
              14. 27 For the worship of idols with no name is the beginning, cause, and end of every evil.
              15. 28 For these people either carry their merrymaking to the point of frenzy, or they prophesy what is not true, or they live wicked lives, or they perjure themselves without hesitation;
              16. 29 since they put their trust in lifeless idols they do not reckon theiroaths can harm them.
              17. 30 Butwill be justly punished for this double crime: for degrading the concept of G-d by adhering to idols; and for wickedly perjuring themselves in contempt for what is holy.
              18. 31 For it is not the power of the things by which they swear but the punishment reserved for sinners that always follows the offences of wicked people.
          book of wisdom from the bible 15:1-19
            1. 1 But you, our G-d, are kind and true, slow to anger, governinguniverse with mercy.
            2. 2 Even if we sin, we are yours, since we acknowledge your power, butwill not sin, knowing we count as yours.
            3. 3 To know you is indeed the perfect virtue, and to know your power is the root of immortality.
              1. 4 We have not been duped by inventions of misapplied human skill, or by the sterile work of painters, by figures daubed with assorted colours,
              2. 5 the sight of which sets fools yearning and hankering for theform of an unbreathing image.
              3. 6 Loversevil and worthy of such hopes are those who make them, those who want them and those who worship them.
              4. 7 Take a potter, now, laboriously working the soft earth, shaping each object for us to use. Out of the self-same clay, he models vessels intended for a noble use and those for a contrary purpose, all alike: but which of these two useswill have is for the potter himself to decide.
              5. 8 Then -- ill -- spent effort!-from the same clay he models a futile god, although so recently made out of earth himself and shortly to return to what he was taken from, when asked to give backsoul that has been lent to him.
              6. 9 Even so, he does not worry about having to die or about the shortness of his life, but strives to outdo the goldsmiths and silversmiths, imitates the bronzeworkers, and prides himself on modelling counterfeits.
              7. 10 Ashes, his heart; more vile than earth, his hope; more wretched than clay, his life!
                1. 11 For he has misconceived the One who has modelled him, who breathed ansoul into him and inspired a living spirit.
                2. 12 What is more, he looks onlife of ours as a kind of game, and our time here like a fair, full of bargains. 'However foul the means,' he says, 'a man must make a living.'
                3. 13 He, more than any other, knows he is sinning, he who from one earthy stuff makes both brittle pots and idols.
                4. 14 But most foolish, more pitiable even thansoul of a little child, are the enemies who once played the tyrant with your people,
                5. 15 and have taken all the idols of the heathen for gods; these can use neither their eyes for seeing nor their nostrils for breathing the air nor their ears for hearing nor the fingers on their hands for handling nor their feet for walking.
                6. 16 They have been made, you see, by a human being, modelled by a being whose own breath is borrowed.man can model a g-d to resemble himself;
                7. 17 subject to death, his impious hands can produce only something dead. He himself is worthier than the things he worships;will at least have lived, but never they.
                8. 18 And they worship even the most loathsome of animals, worse than the rest in their degree of stupidity,
                9. 19 without a trace of beauty -- if that is what is attractive in animals- and excluded from God's praises and blessing.
                  1. So ,after reading all of theses verses from book of wisdom why would you be still a christian?
                  2. Well its because they do not see do not hear .
                  3. If thexy would read the bible ,and not listen their priests they would find the truth leave the lie .
                  4. Christianity is the false teaching depending on paul teaching statues mary ...
                  5. One would say it is no possible that evil deceives the all world by false all religions ,but christians have the bible so...they go against stone pillars of the bible.
                  6. For that christians are cursed .
                  7. For that they will go to the fire lake ,cause they have no excuse ,for their lie.
                  8. In this Case, what is the truth obey moše law .
                  9. Prague has so many statues but you know machar nezer of  the truth will come to prague .
                    1. shalom alechem 

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