1914 KJV states thou shalt not curse the deaf nor put a stumbling block before

1914 kjv states thou shalt not curse the deaf nor put

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19:14 (KJV) states, “thou shalt not curse the deaf, nor put a stumbling block before the blind, but shalt fear thy God: I [am] the LORD.” God never intended for His people to suffer; however, thanks to the fall, those that do suffer from any affliction of any kind, the Lord expects His followers to treat others with kindness and compassion. A law written by man (no matter whether it is poorly written or not) should not supersede the word of God. References Brooks, W. (2019). The application of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act to employment discrimination: Why the circuits have gotten it wrong. Touro Law Review , 35 , 73-100.
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