onsdag 22. februar 2012

Nr. 250: I regret nothing! Not to mention what I have preached and held forth as the biblical ideal and pattern!

Nr. 250:
I regret nothing! Not to mention what I have preached and held forth as the biblical ideal and pattern!

We are in a spiritual battle in which leprosy is a picture of sin. Jesus' main weapons against the enemy, his purity, the church today are losing the battle when sin is allowed in the church. Gjengiftede preachers are like lepers before God and the church go down to the level Satan desires and wants so that he wins the victory and we as the church!

I look at Christianity in Norway as a major developing countries. Brother Aage Samuelsen had absolutely right when he said that Norway was a spiritually developing countries. Fine, but we have freedom here in Norway to spread the message, which I am very happy and thank God for. That's why I can write freely here and I thank God for.

Jan Aage Torp feel character killed by me

Jan Aage Torp feel character killed by me, but he put on his cap altogether. As I read scripture and what scripture holds that the norm is speaking scripture to be a woman's man, not two as Torp is. This is my conviction, and I'm not ashamed to hold up. It's very narrow-minded it Torp, Hanevold and peers are doing. They expect tolerance and respect, but never give it only if one agrees with them. Only the witnesses against their Christianity that it is hypocritical, unbiblical and not true!

No gjengiftede preachers to be Pastors

When unable to conformed his own house and marriage as the writing falls a colossal judgment of than.

1. Tim. 5. 8 But if any provide not for his own, and most of his household, he hath denied the faith and is worse than an infidel.

Torp write so boldly and unabashedly that he will not lose sleep even if he does not follow God's word and "leper". Yes, audacity knows no boundaries and in the humanistic and socialist Norway, it is very difficult to keep the biblical standard as scripture says we should not even eat with such people as Torp, Hanvold etc.

1. Kor. 5. 9 I wrote unto you in my letter that I should not have sexual relations with adulterers - 10 I did not mean in general adulterer in this world or the covetousness and robbers, or idolaters, or had in the exit of the world, 11 but what I wrote to you, was that I should not have sexual relations with anyone called a brother and an adulterer or an idolater, or havesyk or a railer or a drunkard, or robber, so I do not even eat with him.

Of course "normal" people who are re-married and want to be preachers realize we do not exist. But that would be a brother but that does not comply with the Word of God we will not even share live or communion with the community, we do so we will share in his sin and is involved.

Emanuel Minos is a catalyst for the dark

I have written so much about this several other places, but I'm not embarrassed or ashamed that I have dared and got it to take up the mega cheats Emanuel Minos is opening up for all, including those gjengiftede preachers mentioned. This is because he has so much confidence and influence among the broad strata of the Christian people!

Espen Ottesen a true Israelite

It is wonderful with the Lutherans and Catholics when it comes to Christian ethics and morality, where they lie in the whole, far, far above the Free Church. Yes, many, many notches!
Not least, they dare to hold that God actually requires and demands something of us. All thanks to them for that! That Jan Aage Torp and others do not like them, what do I care jot about, he is a spiritual egotist who only thinks of himself and his own belly as Hanvold and so many other free church gjengiftede preachers do. Let him call the Apostle, and he is sure, but not a true weather you safe.

This is from my commentaries Philip Wiper letter 3 18 I've said it often and have to say it again with tears that there are many live as enemies of the cross of Christ.
It's a pain to see that other believers fall short, like time after time. We are a body, when a member suffers and feels pain spread it over all others. Psalm 119 158 I look with loathing at the faithless, do not keep your word. Unfortunately there are still "Judas" who walks among the believers, who do not have the wedding garment on. But we must distinguish between misleading and being misled. And between cheaters and those which fail to.
19 They end up in hell, they have the stomach to the god and takes pride in what is a shame for them, and they are only concerned with earthly things.
It shows, unfortunately, time and again that there are too many people take so lightly on everything. God is rich enough for all but one have to open up and let him in.. When pleasure and deeds of the flesh can take root even in the believer's heart and mind. This can and will perish if you do not repent again (Ezekiel 33). (End of quote).

Torp get enough under the wide strata of Christians

Torp get enough under the wide strata of the Christian people, not least among the Free Church. I really think that the battle is lost to the Christian people of Norway, the dropout rate has gone too far, I am afraid of ugly. What we can hope and pray and work for a revival of God, but then no gjengiftede ministers who are divorced and re-married as believers stand on the platform, they are "lepers" and will take their illness with them. That's why I wrote that scripture speaks of Torp and peers are lepers when leprosy in the font is a symbol of sin, and sin is transmitted just like when one takes a bit of infected meat and spread there beyond, so is sin and leprosy is contagious and brings death wherever it comes.

Torp sleep too hard to understand the gravity

From my commentaries Ephesians 5 13 But everything comes to light when it is revealed by the light,
Everything, yes everything will come to light. We believe that something is not recorded, but it does in the heavenly computer. How do I know not. But when it all comes out in the light of God will be revealed!
14 and everything that comes to light, is light. Therefore, states: Awake, you who sleep, arise from the dead, and Christ shall give you light.
Spiritual sleep and spiritual death is close to one another. It is very much like to draw down as a believer and one is hard pressed. It is only by being filled with God that will prevail.
15 Be careful, therefore careful how you live, not as foolish persons but as wise,
We have a very easy to make us friends with darkness. There is hardly any family in this country that is not affected by the divorce curse and many other negative things. But it is the word of God which is our guideline about the let down, even in our immediate circle of friends and family.
16 so you buy the right time, because the days are evil.
Sermon on the Mount parts of our Lord as the offense of how we can get hold of the eternal values.
He conveys how we as Christians can prioritize our time just learning to put our trust in God and not be so concerned with what we can provide to get out of our lives to their own advantage, through all our efforts and hustle.
I do not mean by this that we should stop working and get some strange dreamers. No, we will be working and taking care of our belongings. But to guard our hearts for a setting of "much more".
"Gather ye not treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and thieves break in and steal."
verse 20
"But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and thieves do not break in and steal."
verse 21
"For where your treasure is, there will your heart be."
verse 24
"No one can serve two masters. For either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will stick to the one and despise the other. You can not serve both God and mammon."
Mammon is an Aramaic word for money and wealth. So when Jesus says you can not serve mammon, so it does not mean you can not make money, or own wealth, but that we should guard us, no money and wealth own our hearts.
In verse 25 He says: "Therefore I tell you: Do not worry about your life, what ye shall drink, nor for the body, what ye shall clothe you with. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothing?"
26. "Look at the birds of the air: Do not sow, nor reap they, nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more than they?"
In verse 33 comes as the solution to how to prioritize and still get what we need to make a living, "Seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and ye shall receive all this as well!"
Consider the promises we have. But we forget so quickly, and are so easily consumed by that which is here on earth, and often follow this world's values ​​and standards and ways of doing things. And in the midst of all that we forget the real and eternal values.
But then it's important that we remember the words of Jesus: "Seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and you will get everything else as well!"
May the Lord help us in this busy time to buy the right time, because the days are evil as the Bible says. But God is good and God is faithful. If we draw near to Him, He will draw near to us. He will not abandon a single one of us!
17 Do not be foolish, but understand what the will of the Lord.
There is an admonition to that is an elaboration of the previous one. "Watch therefore carefully at how you live, not as unwise men but as wise, as you spend your precious time well, because the days are evil. Do not be foolish, but understand what the will of the Lord. "
Again, it is encouraging that the Scripture is estimated that children of light may be wise, even if there are good opportunities for the opposite. Not only that: The Apostle encourages us to use our common sense. "Understanding what the will of the Lord." And here we are in the middle of a neglected topic for many people. They believe, or seem to expect the mind should be on the shelf, at least when it comes to the things of God's kingdom.
Not so in the Bible! "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all thy mind" (Matthew 22.37). Certainly we should not rely on our sense that it says in Proverbs (3.5). But there's not that we should not use it. The apostle has taught us that we should take "every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ" (2 Corinthians 10.5).
How can we use our common sense? To grow in knowledge, yes, but knowledge transformed into practice, to walk to the joy of the Lord. And no one will "understand what the will of the Lord", you leave out the amazing (I do not like this to the commonly used word, but can not find anything better) tool God has given us the Bible: "All Scripture is breathed by God and useful for teaching, reproof, guidance and education in righteousness, so that man of God may be fully equipped for every good work "(2 Tim 3.16 to 17). (End of quote).

It appears more and more to me that Torp sleep and the sleep he and like-minded sleeping is dangerous because it brings both himself and like-minded people to destruction!

Leprosy of sin

Leprosy is a picture of sin when leprosy also infected and destroy, just as sin does.

"Unclean!" A heart-rending cry rang through the air - a cry that only vaguely portrays a tragic human fate. Few can understand the profound pain - yes, gnawing frustration and hopelessness - that lies behind these four letters: flight. Each of the letters describes a concept of the suffering that came with the dreaded disease leprosy - a very common disease in the Middle East in Biblical times.

O outcast - When diagnosed with "leprosy" was set, the victim was excluded from all contact with family and friends. The priest had declared him unclean, and this he had to announce.
R-despised - When the cry "unclean" could be heard, people drew back with horror and disgust. The disease was highly contagious - no one would come near a leper. It was a gruesome sight - the disease literally ate the body and limb for limb was consumed. The air around the poor victims seemed to be plagued.
E-lonely - MPD reality has hit a new victim: No more a loving embrace, not a kiss or even touch. It does not matter if it is a promising young genius, a new mother or a father and dependents who are affected. King or pauper - the verdict is the same, inflexible and hard: Loneliness is from now on their life partner.
Ruthless - It was a little hopeful future for the one who was afflicted with leprosy. The disease was seen as God's wrath and judgment - as punishment for sin and injustice. To show compassion to someone who was affected by the judgment of God, was mildly seen as weakness. As if that was not enough to lose the compassionate support and care, I felt it affected also abandoned and rejected by God. Anxiety and guilt tormented soul. Relentlessly, they were given over to decay and destruction.

In Matthew's gospel, we encounter one of these outcasts. He is equally hated, lonely and bereft of human compassion and grace like other lepers, but a glimmer of hope has penetrated into his troubled soul. He has got wind of a new teacher. This teacher is apparently not as the other religious leaders. He cares for even the outcasts. Rumour has it that he not only preaches a message filled with hope and virtue, but he spirits and lives what he teaches. He is love in action. He bends down to help those who are bottom of the ranking list. He cares for the whole person - physical as well as the spiritual. A strong desire forms in his mind: Oh, if only I could meet this man! But how?

The leper is ordered to stay away from the cities and the beaten track, where he can get in touch with people. He is located in the forests and plains. One day he hears, however, sounds, talking and laughing, as if it is a great human mass moving down from the mountain. He sees the procession in the distance. A hope lit in him: What if it's the new teacher! He included as the crowd comes closer, hoping his growing and confirmed - this is his chance of a lifetime!

The man knows the priest's strict ban on dealings with other people. He knows he has to disclose his condition plagued with the cry, "Unclean!" He knows the "clean" will shudder when they hear the cry, and shrink from this damned soul with horror. However, all precautions and restrictions that are vanished. Embarrassment and shame is forgotten - he has a goal in mind: Jesus.
People scream and shrinks as they are was the leper's presence. But he is calm. He knows the pain, despair - and the growing hope in this outcast figure. He knows that he is hungry for a loving touch. And as faith displaces man's desperation in the pleading cry: "Lord, if You wish, You make me clean." - Jesus reaches out and touches him. "I will," said Jesus with sonorous voice, "Be clean!" Love - so heavenly, compassionate and pure - flows through the man. Soul and body are cleansed.

Jesus asks the man to show himself to the priests, to offer the sacrifice he himself had given orders to centuries past. Jesus had not yet died as the true sacrificial lamb, and the old covenant sacrificial laws still applied. While the people of Israel were in the wilderness, God gave them detailed instructions on various ceremonial sacrifice. Often we read through these sections with boredom. To us it seems like a bloody nightmare - the symbolism gets lost in all the bloodshed. It seems grotesque and absurd.

It was awful - it was bloody ... And it was the intention that they should see it that way. Jesus wanted them to understand the sacrifices ugliness of sin. For sin requires life - "without shedding of blood there is no forgiveness." (Hebrews 9:22). We can praise God for Jesus' blood that is shed "once and for all", so we do not "need to carry out daily sacrifices" (Hebrews 7:27). He came "not with the blood of goats and calves, but by his own blood, He went into the holy place, once and for all, having obtained eternal redemption" (Hebrews 9: 12) We can praise God that there has been "a repeal of the former commandment" - a sin offering, peace offerings, blood and pain - and that "a better hope is inserted, and by this we can get close to God" (Hebrews 7: 18-19). We can praise the Lord that we can come directly to Jesus - that we can "reach the throne of grace with boldness, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need." (Hebrews 4: 16) We can thank the Father that "Jesus Christ, His Son cleanses us from all sin." (1 John 1:7).

Leprosy - such a striking image on the ugliness of sin, as we all are affected. "All have sinned, and have lost the glory of God." (Romans 3:23) We all need to be cleaned and carry out a purification sacrifice. Praise the Lord - for the better hope which is entered through the new covenant, we do not shed blood. Yet the Old Testament prototype invaluable lessons for us. Let's get through the bloody surface, and discover the beauty of cleansing the victim of leprosy.

Take me to the 3rd Genesis, the 14th chapter. Here we get a glimpse of cleansing our friend, the leper, went through:
He took with him "to live, clean birds, cedar wood, scarlet yarn and hyssop" to the sanctuary. One bird was killed over "an earthen vessel with living water." The living bird, and the additional items were dipped in the blood, which was then sprinkled on the man seven times. Then the bird let loose in the wild. This was the first part of the ritual.
To complete the purification he should carry out a guilt offering. The minister should fail the blood of sacrificial animals "on the right earlobe," "the right thumb" and "the right big toe." Then the priest lubricating oil on the same body parts.

And what's so beautiful about it?, You might ask. Let's crack the codes symbolism.

The two birds beautifully depicts what Jesus went through for our sake: Death and life are inextricably linked. We see the association through Jesus' blood that brings forgiveness, and His resurrection and the life of our Savior and Redeemer.

"But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was crushed for our iniquities. The punishment was in Him that we might have peace, and by His stripes we are healed. "Isaiah 53:5

"Therefore He is also the power to complete the salvation of those who come to God through Him, since He always lives to make intercession for them." Hebrews 7: 25

Death and life - as inextricably linked. Without Jesus' death, there was no hope of eternal life and glory. Even if it meant pain, joy and immortality were born out of this pain:

"But Jesus answered them by saying:" The hour has come when the Son of Man should be glorified. Verily, verily, I say to you: If the grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it just left alone. But if it dies, it produces much fruit ... And I, if I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all tim Me. "Gospel of John 12:23, 24, 32

As Jesus hung dying between heaven and earth, his mission seemed to die out with him - from a human point of view. But from a heavenly perspective, was the seed about to shoot up - the seed from the dead seed that would provide a rich harvest of human souls.

The bird was killed over an earthen vessel with living water. In the Bible, humans are portrayed as earthen vessels in the Master's hand:

"Behold, as the camp is in the potter's hand, so are ye in mine hand," said Jesus (Jeremiah 18: 6).

So who is the living water that will drain in clay pots?

"Lord, thou hope of Israel ... the fountain of living water." Jeremiah 17:3

"Jesus said ... "But whoever drinks of the water that I give him will never thirst. But the water that I give him will become in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life. "Gospel of John 4:14

Jesus wants to be a living reality in our lives - the living water that fills the empty clay pots. Those who are willing to be emptied of self, and let Jesus tax beam out from their lives, taking advantage of the atonement of Jesus blood that flowed for them at Calvary. His death and life becomes a part of their experience:

"But we have this treasure (Jesus' glory) in earthen vessels, that the tremendous power to be of God and not of us ... And always, we bear the Lord Jesus died with us in body, for the life of Jesus may be manifested in our bodies. For we who live are always handed over to death for Jesus' sake, that the life also of Jesus may be manifested in our mortal flesh. "2 Corinthians 4:7-11

Cedar wood, scarlet yarn and hyssop were also elements of purification.

After his serious violations, as David himself as unclean - as terminally ill as a leper - and he longed for Jesus' cleansing touch. Note that he draws from the symbolism of cleansing ceremony in his famous prayer in Psalm 51:

"Cleanse me from sin with hyssop, and I am clean. Wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. "Psalm 51: 9

Through the prophet Isaiah, Jesus comes with a call to his people on a similar purification:

"Wash yourselves, purify yourselves! Get your evil deeds out of my eyes. Cease to do evil! Learn to do good! ... Come now and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow. If they are red as scarlet, they shall be as wool. "Isaiah 1:16-18

Jesus paints a beautiful picture of those who are willing to accept this purification:

"Blessed is the man that walk not after the wicked advice, and not in the way of sinners or sit in the seat of the scornful, but his delight is in the law of the Lord, and meditate on his law day and night. He is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in its season, which has leaves that does not wither. And everything he does will succeed. "Psalm 1:1-3

The first sequence of cleansing ceremony ended with the bird that was dipped in blood, was released. Jesus' atoning-blood is the only thing that will set us free from sin's prison:

"If you abide in My word, you are truly My disciples. And ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free ... He who sins is a slave to sin ... if the Son makes you free, you will be free indeed. "John 8: 31-36

The second part of the cleansing ritual purification expands on Jesus wants to do in our lives - it's a complete and perfect purification. The bird's blood was sprinkled seven times on the purified lepers. Seven is the number of perfection - there is no partial purification. Blame the victim as follows confirms this: The blood is sprinkled from head to toe.

"Jesus Christ, His Son cleanses us from all sin ... If we confess our sins, He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness." 1 John. 1:7, 9

But it does not end here - when we are cleansed and freed from sin, Jesus fills us with a force that has the power to keep us clean. The oil is a picture of the Holy Spirit (Zechariah 4:1-6). As with blood, was also the oil smeared from head to toe. Jesus wants to fill us completely with His Spirit. Grace not only has the power to purify, but also to keep us clean:

"For God's saving grace to all people is evident and this grace teaches us that we should deny ungodliness and worldly lusts and live soberly, righteously, and godly in this present age, while we await the blessed hope ..." Titus 2: 11 -13

"So have you taken it as belonging to their former conduct, the old man, what is being corrupted by the seductive desires to renew their minds by the Spirit, and you have put on the new man, which after God is created by righteousness and holiness ... do not do God's Holy Spirit, whom you were sealed to the day of redemption. "Ephesians 4: 22-30 (See also Gal. 5:22-25, Rom. 8:1-4)

Jesus is willing to touch us as He touched the leper man. He longs to give us the full purification is described through the cleansing ritual. Beautiful, hidden treasures - the deep lessons - is hidden in these exemplary ceremonies, rituals and sacrifices. Let's look past the bloody surface, and assimilate the lessons - the perfect cleansing Jesus offers. Let us not only to receive purification, but let us live in it. Let us accept the Holy Spirit to a life of victory! If a person repents, it is to get forgiveness, but not before. Scripture teaches clearly that it is re-married living in adultery and must either live single or be reconciled to his first wife. The fact that a preacher does not care about this and other endorsement of such preachers testify that the dropout rate is so prevalent in the church that we have Laodicea church!

Luke 16 18 Whoever separates himself from his wife and marries another woman, he commits adultery, and whoever marries a woman divorced from her husband committeth adultery.
1. Kor. 7. 10 The married I command, yet not I but the Lord, that a wife should not separate herself from her husband, 11 but she is separated from him, then she vedbli to be unmarried or be reconciled herself with her husband - and that a man does not to separate himself from his wife.

A little sin destroys the body Kristis

That does entertain Emanuel Minos do not see the danger here to open up too bad so did the Apostle Paul.

This is from my commentaries from Galatians 5 9 A little leaven leavens the whole batch!
That's when it gets shaken at this fully, in one way or the other context, that it happens that Paul describes here.
It is sometimes an infested limb must be cut off to save the rest of the body. One must be "hard to himself" here, m.a.o. Scripture speaks of taking captive every thought in obedience to Christ, and tear down imaginations and every high that rise up against the knowledge of God.
And then the apostle writes here about this that had come into the Galatian:
"This persuasion did not come from Him who called you." V 8 It is not like what you have learned to know God's salvation!
I have learned to know God, that was like fire to me. And you also, if you live with God today. You know him by law. Could you live with him? He was to life? No, you were depressed, anxious and restless. He was so wrong. One was somehow not on speaking terms with him. He met you only with questions:
"Have you prayed today? Have you read? Have you witnessed to someone? Are you living as a Christian? Do you love me, really? Is your heart right with God? "Etc. on your side wanted to be a Christian, as far as you understood, but he was not happy with it. You should practice! Not only would! You should be obedient!
He was to life? Was it that you ever looked yourself in the Lord? Sure, you could well feel a certain pleasure and satisfaction, the times you thought it had succeeded to some extent, but looking forward to you some time in the Lord? It is the believer's strength! Neh. 8.10. No, you went where so heavy and groaning under all the requirements that were put into you. And the same requirements you lived in, put on your medvandrere.
No, he was certainly not up to life, but he was to death! And wherever you meet this God, who presents to you an unfulfilled law, he takes pleasure from you, giving you death and grief and despair instead! You are under the law! Under the curse! And you have seen that even in freedom, what do you want with this God? What do you expect? Is it not rather so that every time you meet him, as you fly over to the God who has revealed Himself in the Gospel? Some seek God as He reveals Himself in the law and the state of unrest and inner conviction of his sin as the cause. For this is for them to confirm that they live with the Lord, so that they "mourn" their sins. What they do not understand is that they only have the wrath of God to do! The only peace the time they are away from God. They live with God's wrath as it is revealed under the law, this is also the faithful know well, and that causes them to fly into the gospel.
The truth is the fact it, that this act God, who also is the true God, is unable to save you.
10 But the Lord gives me the confidence in you that you will think differently than I do. Anyone who confuses you, will get his judgment, whosoever he be.
That they had received and had the effect of the second example, we read on in chapter two that there was "strong" as brothers also had led the Apostle Peter and shaped applying the son Barnabas. When even such nice brothers could be misled, so can we. 1. Kor. 10. 12 Therefore the person who thinks he stands take heed lest he fall. (End of quote)

The leaven is a picture of sin that the leprosy is, destroy, permeates and brings death on his way, this we are helping to open up by permitted sin in the church. Israel tried that several times, we read about Achan brought defeat to the church. All gjengiftede preachers and all others living in sin as a believer is like Achan the church of God, therefore it is also occult and demonic to allow sin in the church.

The parable of the leaven of the biblical prophecies of the major John F. Walvoord
(Matthew 13.33; Luke 13.20-21)
Christ also used leaven as an illustration when he spoke about this era in his parables: "The kingdom of heaven is like leaven which a woman hid in three measures of meal, everything was imbued" (Matt. 13.33). It was common practice in the Middle East that took some of the dough that was previously fermented and had the new dough, so that fermentation was spreading. Here, Christ used this as an illustration of the heavenly kingdom of nature. Most interpreters, influenced by postmillianismen, a view that dominated so strongly in the latter part of the nineteenth century and early part of the twentieth century, believes that the leaven of the gospel is being spread in the world. But the idea that the leaven is the Gospel, is a captivating misinterpretation, as the Scripture always in connection with the leaven otherwise refers to something that is contrary to holiness. It represents evil. In the Old Testament spoke the unleavened bread of God's holiness, and one should beware of having leaven in it. But when it comes to the professing church (Luke 13.21), the yeast mixed in, as the professing church contains an element of evil. Just as leaven the dough to swell and thus make it bigger than it really is, without adding value, it is a false teacher. It was the Pharisees setting, Sadducees and Herodians unbelieving secularism. All this served to inflate the religion, while in reality it was all about evil powers (Matt. 16.6 to 12; Mark 8.14 to 21). Also in the letters signifying evil leaven (1 Cor 5.6 to 8, Gal 5.7 to 10). The fact that there is no harm in both the true church and in the professing church, is clearly expressed in Scripture and provides the basis for many admonitions and reprimands. It is therefore far better to interpret the leaven that this evil element in the professing church. The evil has permeated the church.
But it is strange to some who live in sin, that the said preachers. They always have to attack someone else or they are gay, or some like me who reveal their sin. Why not get the beam out of his own eye, so that one can be spiritually and mentally normal, and like Jesus?!

Related links: http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2012/02/nr-239-jan-aage-torp-jan-hanvold-harald.html

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