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How To Use The Lottery Bible Sheet
Posted by NC Lottery Player on 19th Aug 2019
The Lottery Bible is great sheet to use, however the best way to use The Lottery Bible is to get the subscription for the entire year. All the numbers may not come within the month, however as you use the Lottery Bible sheet(s) every month through out the year the numbers eventually come out for your paticular state. I have been tracking numbers for NC since March 2018 and the sheet fills up as you track numbers throughout the year.
Need clear instructions
Posted by Theresa A on 27th Jan 2018
There is one main part of this book that I don’t understand which makes this book 90% useless. I’ve gotten several people to look at it and they can’t figure it out either. Is there someone I can contact?
Posted by Steven Roach on 15th Dec 2017
The absolute best when picking your pick 3 numbers!! I won 6 times last month.
Posted by Laura on 28th Jun 2017
I use the Lottery Bible every day to keep up with the pick-threes and pick-fours numbers pulled by the Illinois State Lottery and the Lottery Bible numbers, I do not play every day, but I keep a daily log. I would say that 90% of the pick-threes that come out are on the Lottery Bible list. The bad part is picking the right number at the right time, but they are there. The opposite is true of the pick-fours. Only approximately 20% of the numbers drawn are on the Lottery Bible list.
My Lottery Bible
Posted by Donald Dick on 24th Jan 2017
I use the Lottery Bible every day
Lottery Bible Pick 3s
Posted by Laura Lewis on 17th Oct 2015
The Lottery Bible pick 3 is great. The numbers listed are ninety to ninety-five percent accurate to be drawn during that month. The only problem is picking the right number on the right date of drawing.
Lottery Bible Pick 3s Rock!
Posted by Laura Lewis on 1st Jun 2015
I really like the Lottery Bible for pick 3s. I have keep track of the picks 3s and 90% or better of the numbers come out. The pick 4s are just the opposite. Rarely are the pick 4 numbers on the sheet are drawn.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Jan 2015
Sent me some sheets for lotto, and hit 3 x straight
Posted by Unknown on 13th Oct 2014
Posted by matthew on 22nd Aug 2014
why don’t you stop ripping the damn public all from the hard earn money by giving them false hope that this system of yours really work
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What does the Bible say about playing the lottery?
Question: “What does the Bible say about playing the lottery?”
Answer: The word gamble means вЂњto risk something of value on an outcome that depends on chance.вЂќ Because the outcome of a lottery вЂњdepends on chanceвЂќ and playing it involves вЂњrisk,вЂќ then, by definition, playing the lottery is gambling.
The Bible has no examples of a lottery, but it does contain instances of gambling: SamsonвЂ™s wager in Judges 14:12 and the soldiersвЂ™ gambling over JesusвЂ™ garments in Mark 15:24. In neither case is gambling presented in a good light. The Bible also mentions the casting of lots for the purpose of decision making (Joshua 18:10; Nehemiah 10:34). And Proverbs 16:33 emphasizes the sovereignty of God: вЂњThe lot is cast into the lap, but its every decision is from the LORD.вЂќ But the biblical purpose of casting lots was not to test oneвЂ™s luck or to gain material wealth.
The main purpose of playing the lottery is to win money, and the Bible tells us what our attitude toward money should be. So often, riches get in the way of a manвЂ™s spiritual benefit (Mark 4:19; 10:25). Jesus teaches, вЂњNo one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and moneyвЂќ (Luke 16:13). First Timothy 6:10 is where we find the famous warning that the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil.
Playing the lottery as a get-rich-quick scheme is statistically futile, and it focuses the lottery player on the temporary riches of this world (see Proverbs 23:5). The fact is, God wants people to earn their money honestly by working hard: вЂњThe one who is unwilling to work shall not eatвЂќ (2 Thessalonians 3:10). We ought to gain wealth through diligence, as a gift from the Lord: вЂњLazy hands make for poverty, but diligent hands bring wealthвЂќ (Proverbs 10:4).
Gamblers, including players of the lottery, typically covet money and the things that money can buy. God forbids covetousness: вЂњYou shall not covet your neighborвЂ™s house. You shall not covet your neighborвЂ™s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighborвЂќ (Exodus 20:17; see also 1 Timothy 6:10). One of the worldвЂ™s lies is that money is the answer to lifeвЂ™s problems. People are lured into playing the lottery with promises that their lives will improve if they can only hit the jackpot. If they can just get lucky with the numbers, their problems will disappear. Such hopes are empty (see Ecclesiastes 5:10–15).
So, we would do well to be cautious about playing the lottery. There are many better uses for the money spent on a ticket, and we must guard our hearts against covetousness and our lives against addictions to gaming. Buying a lottery ticket here and there may not be a sin, but greed is. Those playing the lottery must prayerfully examine their motives and, if they continue playing, do so responsibly and only in moderation.
What does the Bible say about playing the lottery? Should a Christian play lottery tickets, lotto, Powerball, Mega Millions, etc.?