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Godly principles benefit us by teaching us to guard not just our actions but also our thoughts. (Psalm 119:97-100) Yet, true Christians do not respect God's standards merely to benefit themselves. They do so to honor Jehovah.—Read Matthew 5:14-16.

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Although some 40 human writers were used to record the Bible, Jehovah himself is its Author. Does this mean that he actively directed the writing of everything in it? Yes. He did this by means of his powerful holy spirit, his active force. The apostle Paul truthfully said: "All Scripture is inspired of God . . . that the man of God may be fully competent, completely equipped for every good work." People everywhere who are convinced of that pay heed to the Bible and build their lives around what it contains.—2 Timothy 3:16, 17; 1 Thessalonians 2:13.

JEHOVAH - The True God Play

Does the God of the Bible have a name? He declared: "I am Jehovah. That is my name; and to no one else shall I give my own glory, neither my praise to graven images." (Isaiah 42:8) "Jehovah," which is written יהוה (read from right to left) in the Hebrew language, is his name. That name appears nearly 7,000 times in the Hebrew Scriptures of the Bible. The divine name is understood to mean "He Causes to Become," implying that Jehovah causes himself to become whatever he needs to be in order to accomplish his purposes. What is more, in Hebrew his name is in a grammatical form that denotes an action in the process of being accomplished. What does that signify? It tells us that Jehovah has caused and is still causing himself to become what he needs to be in order to fulfill his purposes. He is a living God, not an impersonal force!
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God's Friends Will Live in Paradise

Paradise will not be like the world we live in now. God never wanted the earth to be filled with trouble and sorrow, pain and suffering. In the future, God will make the earth a paradise. What will Paradise be like? Let us see what the Bible says:

-Good people. Paradise will be the home of God's friends. They will do good things for one another. They will live according to the righteous ways of God.—Proverbs 2:21.

-Plenty of food. In Paradise, there will be no hunger. The Bible says: "There will come to be plenty of grain [or, food] on the earth."—Psalm 72:16.

-Fine houses and enjoyable work. On the Paradise earth, every family will have a home of its own. Everyone will do work that brings true happiness.—Isaiah 65:21-23.

-Peace worldwide. No longer will people fight and die in war. God's Word says: "[God] is making wars to cease."—Psalm 46:8, 9.

-Good health. The Bible promises: "No resident [of Paradise] will say: 'I am sick.'" (Isaiah 33:24) Also, no one will be lame or blind or deaf or unable to talk.—Isaiah 35:5, 6.

-An end to pain, sorrow, and death. God's Word says: "Death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away."—Revelation 21:4.

-Bad people will be gone. Jehovah promises: "The wicked . . . will be cut off from the very earth; and as for the treacherous, they will be torn away from it."—Proverbs 2:22.

-People will love and respect one another. No longer will there be injustice, oppression, greed, and hatred. People will be united and will live in harmony with God's righteous ways.—Isaiah 26:9.
[gf lesson 5 pp. 8-9 - God's Friend (gf)].
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