mandag 3. juli 2017

No. 1568: Gunnar Jeppestøl in Vennesla Filadelfia in defense of those who are married as Christians, but a kick to the gays when playing double games!

No. 1568:
Gunnar Jeppestøl in Vennesla Filadelfia in defense of those who are married as Christians, but a kick to the gays when playing double games!

Picture of gays that Jeppestøl warns against, but if you are up to date, everything is fine, even if God's word does not make any difference to one or another sin.

No credibility with Gunnar Jeppestøl, who both defends and accepts remorse.
Married Christians are a much bigger problem than anything else.
Not least among preachers who, rather than someone else, divorce and marry.
We see in the congregation of God that it is like both Lots and Noah's days where one divorces and marries again to such an extent that the world is as much in the church as outside the congregation.
One of those who clearly states the Bible's traditional view of both marriage and gayness is Gunnar Jeppestøl, pastor in Vennesla Filadelfia. On the four questions of the newspaper, the day posed a number of Norwegian pinnacles, both Jeppestøl and Wiggo Skagestad, leading pastor in Filadelfia Kristiansand, were among those who answered a clear "no" to the development, among others, of Pentecost and MF Theologian Terje Hegertun.
The four questions of the newspaper The day asked the different pinnacles were these:
(1.) Do you think you should have more theological debate in the Pentecostal Movement on Equalized Marriage? (2). Is it okay to drop people on the chair with different views than the traditional? (3). Can the Pentecostal Movement live with two views in this case? (4). Did the Council of Ministers go too far or became bombastic when the recommended Pentecostals did not have preaching with those who recognize equal marriage? Asking question 1 about whether the Pentecostal Movement should have more theological debate about equal marriage, Pastor Gunnar Jeppestøl answered this: "We do not need more debate if it is to be said that the facet must not be given in advance.The whole scripture from 1. Revelation Revelation is dismissive to paralyzed marriage. We do not need more debate about it, but a biblical teaching about marriage between a man and a woman in the lifelong marriage, "
As clear as he is against homosexuality, he is too uprooted among the believers not to live on a collision course with the word of God and the will of God.
He openly defends this with having a couple in the congregation who will lead their Bible school, which is two adherents.
Sølvi and Per Rønhovde will end this month as daily managers for MBS Care School in Filadelfia, Vennesla, and travel to Jordan as missionaries in mid-October.
We will be sent from Filadelfia, Vennesla and Reach The Nations (RTN, Kjell Haltorp) with any support facilities. Through 20 years, RTN has worked and supported churches in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel and Turkey. I, Per, have traveled with Kjell to all these nations since 2006 and have very good knowledge of and overview of work done through our contacts.
They still stand under Jeppestøl's "protection" and "umbrella"!
Ille, look here for article written several years ago:

Nr. 492:
Caring school leaders in Southern Silvie and Per Rønhovde are both re-married as Christians and they shall not under any circumstances lead others when they only care for their own flesh.

Silvie and Per Rønhovde live by the word of God in adultery, almost double to work when they are both divorced as Christians. And re-married to each other as Christians, it is a shame that this is accepted and accepted when they should not be allowed to belong to any Christian church when they do not live in accordance with God's own words. Here a picture of them

Caring school leaders in Southern Silvie and Per Rønhovde are both re-married as Christians, these love pleasure rather than God!

2 Tim. 3 4 b, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God, 5 having a form of godliness, but denying the power - and they turn away from

From my commentaries Philip Wiper letter 2 21 All the others think only of their own, not for Jesus Christ's sake. It's nice to see that others preach Christ even of selfish motives and by the carnal backdrop. But one should really entrust someone something they must prove worthy of confidence. There is a difference between servants in God's church, some do it for the sake of others do it with a sincere heart.

3 18 I have 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 one body, when one member suffers and feels pain rubs off on everyone else. Psalm 119 158 I look with loathing at the faithless, do not keep your word. Unfortunately there are still "Judas" going among the believers who have wedding garment on. But we must distinguish between misleading and being misled. And between cheaters and those that fail. 19 They end in destruction, they have the stomach to god and take pride in it which is a shame for them, and they are only concerned with earthly things. It shows, unfortunately, time and time again that there is too many people take everything so lightly. God is rich enough for all but one must open up and let him in.. After graduation and works of the flesh will take root even in the believer's heart and mind. When can and will be lost if one does not repent again (Ezekiel 33). (End of quote).

Who is the care for? This is a cover for the carnal act, and that they can enjoy themselves in sin! Scripture says that they should be a model and example to the flock, but what are they? They are two people living in adultery scripture says! Such shall be put out of the church, not having a trust office and be a leader for others!

Here is a good article written by John Ove Hala who is district manager for Northern Møre og Romsdal Inner Mission.

Until death do us part - on marriage and divorce

When two people marry prepares the holy and solemn pledge in the presence of witnesses and before God.

They promise to love and honor each other and be faithful to each other every day until one dies. I have yet to hear of anyone who says no to this or that makes reservations yea. For example, I have never heard anyone say "Yes, but only as long as you are healthy / thin / pretty etc" or "Yes, but only so long as you are faithful to me" etc.

It is important to give married couples of all ages help and guidance to live together. The IMF has both local and central theme nights etc. focusing on this. These are recommended for all the couples. Unfortunately, many marriages (including Christians) that ends in divorce. There can be many reasons for this and it is just as spouses even know the whole story. We should be extremely cautious about taking sides and pass judgment on what is true and false in a divorce. Many painful and deep conflicts have originated in that family, friends, neighbors etc. took a hard-sided party in a case, usually without knowing the "picture".

What we do know is that divorce is always contrary to God's will because God has joined together, no human beings separate from each other. However, there are times when divorce may be necessary (for example, aggravated assault, sexual abuse of children, etc.). But to physically separate a married couple is not necessarily the same as divorce. If a Christian couple stands Bible has clear guidelines for how they should live on, they will both live single the rest of your life to honor the Lord and to show that marriage is sacred and inviolable, even if one's own end in divorce.

As a gift, you have taken a sacred vow allegiance lifetime. This means that even if your spouse is cheating on you, stop loving you, demand a divorce, moves away from you, marry again, have children with their new spouse, etc. that is not the reason for you to break your promise. You will still love, honor and be faithful even if none of this will be reciprocated. To love and honor will in this case, means that you have to accept the choices of others no matter how painful it is. Then you have to take off his wedding ring, take the wedding picture and accept that the other has "moved on." It may in such cases be extra difficult to show true Christian charity, both to his "ex" and his new spouse and family. But as a Christian, one is obliged to do so, to "be Christ against thy neighbor" (Luther).

But you still have no right to break your marriage promise of the other broke his. You must live alone no matter how painful and difficult it will be. How do you honor God with your life. There is great respect of the people who do this. Keeping their marriage pledge is not really about emotion, love or experiences. It's about being a man (and woman) for his words and keep what you have promised God and man face.

There may of course seem brutal to hear (perhaps at a young age) that they will live alone forever. At the same time that many people have to carry different burdens through life. The Bible teaches us that we must be willing to bear the burdens (martyrdom) of Jesus when, for various reasons laid on us. To live alone the rest of your life to honor the Lord after a divorce is one of the martyrdom of a Christian must be willing to bear. There have always been different views of the Christian church in the Bible allows remarriage of the innocent party when sexual infidelity was what led to the divorce. Some Bible-believing preachers and leaders (like many of us have great confidence) believe that this is possible (this is called "the old Lutheran sight" in theology). They believe that the same law also applies when the divorce is because one requires the spouse to abandon his Christian faith. I belong to the many people who do not find the opening in the Bible for remarriage in such cases. But since the Bible texts in this area can be interpreted differently, we must respect the fact that none of us has the full and complete understanding.

On this basis, I will strongly oppose those states emphatically asserts that all who are divorced and remarried fornicators and are outside the Kingdom. We must respect that there are Christians who marry again after a divorce because they believe the Bible allows for it. Unfortunately there are some who in their eagerness to be Bible-believing in this question goes beyond what the Bible does and debarment people who have a different view than even life in God. It is not IMF its line. The question of divorce and remarriage can not be equated with eg. homosexuality. People who are divorced and remarry shall be a full part of the Christian congregation in line with everyone else with his gifts, his witness and service.

There will still be natural that the "heaviest" spiritual office (circuit board members, employees, publishers, etc.) are normally not open to persons who are re-married. This is to highlight the sanctity of marriage and holy place in society and in the kingdom of God. In an attempt to find a good way in a particularly difficult question (and in a world that is marked by the fall) we have the IMF to draw up specific guidelines on this issue. These can be found in the "Guide for the chapel" and in pamphlets "In the Lord's service" and "In good and bad days." IMF has good and biblical guidelines for these questions, and you are among those who are concerned about these issues, you can find help and guidance in our guidelines. It is important in our day to hold the sanctity of marriage even if we then have to give unpopular advice. We must also emphasize to meet Christians who choose differently than what we give advice with respect and love. All Christians must be helped to find their place in the Christian community and get to use the gifts God has given them.

Final Comment: It's disgusting, carnal and impossible for the church of God to prevail after having done all, if one accepts gjengiftetde leaders finished work!

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