A final thought that pertains to this general category

The Catholic Bible adds books to the Old Testament that they claim are also inspired. There are also books that are referred to in the Old Testament that have been lost (Joshua 10:13). How do we know if our Bible is complete and which books are inspired and which are not?

How can a perfect God allow all the suffering that goes on in the world?

How could God be so cruel as to have all the children in the land of Canaan killed?

How could God say, “Thou shalt not kill,” but then command the Israelites to kill those who did?

From Hebrews 8:13, what is meant by the statement that the first covenant ‘is ready to vanish away’?

From Hebrews 8:7, what was the fault with the first covenant? How could God make a “faulty” covenant?

From Jeremiah 31:34, what is meant by, ‘No more shall every man teach his neighbor, and every man his brother, saying ‘Know the Lord,’ for they all shall know Me…’?

Jesus even told His disciples to pray that the siege of Jerusalem did not come on the Sabbath making it impossible to flee without breaking the Sabbath command (Matthew 24:20).

Jesus said in Matthew 5:17-19 that He did not come to destroy the law. In fact, He said that anyone who broke the least of these commandments would be called least in the kingdom of heaven.

Even Jesus and Paul kept the Sabbath (Mark 2:28; Acts 18:4).

I understand that the New Testament tells us that the Law was done away, but the Law refers only to the ceremonial laws, not the ten commandments.

Everyone is supposed to keep the Sabbath Day because the Lord worked six days and rested the seventh (Exodus 20:11).

Weren’t the 10 commandments as well as the Sabbath command given to Adam and Eve in the Garden (Genesis 2:2-3; 26:5)?