Do we read the Bible to discover its true intended meaning, or are we satisfied with what it sounds like to us? We have all experienced the frustration of being misunderstood. The Bible can also be misunderstood, so we must really strive to get to the heart of a Biblical passage rather than assume we understand it after a quick read. Clearly, the Bible does not place a price on souls because every soul is priceless. God proclaims that He is the creator of all life, and that life is beyond physical value. What is upsetting, and what causes us to value others unequally are the decisions that we make as human beings. Our decisions always affect the people around us even when we can’t see it. This is a point that God makes in the Bible. God’s judgments about right and wrong for the Israelites take all of this in mind: The ultimate value of human life, the consequences of sin against Him and its effects on others.
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