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  1. Paul was an apostle to the Gentiles, that is, to those who were just beginning their journey in the faith. And he compares them to Abraham, who did not need to be circumcised in order to live with God. Noah was not circumcised at all, although he is considered one of the most righteous. Circumcision has many meanings, but this topic is not for you yet, because you are more focused on letters, on external forms, etc., which is why you miss the main meaning. Circumcision is a symbol of cutting off the sinful nature and, like any symbol, only indicates something.

  2. Matthew 18: 18 ” Truly I say to you, whatever you say on earth, it will be said in heaven; and whatever you loose on earth, it will be loosed in heaven.”

    That is, Jesus gave his disciples the right to say whatever they wanted, promising to make every word they said true.

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