Narreapostel Jan Aage Torp who led the police and the courts to convict me, what was he harvesting?Today, there is not a single believer who takes Torp seriously, they just ignore him.The mail with Vebjørn Selbekk. Who wrote that he did not even bother to read what the narrator Jan Aage Torp wrote, it shows that the man is far, far beyond the spirit struggle. The picture of Vebjørn Selbekk.
As we sow, we shall harvest. Sylvia Listhaug was responsible for the famous police action at Fitjar where a newly converted little Christian family sitting in church church in a church building was thrown out. This was of course far, far above the line and what is right and right.That listhaug reap now, is a "judgment" of powers that she probably did not realize!
From my bible commentary Ephesians 2 2 You lived in the present world and led you to rule the ruler of the sky, the spirit that is now active in the disobedient.
Paul takes care of: "Yes, we once lived all that they. We followed the lusts of our sinful nature and let us guide it and our own thoughts. Such we were in nature under the wrath of God, like the others. " Ef.2,2-3. There must be a past and present in the life of a human being if they want to hear Christ. It is not a matter of getting better than others, but becoming a Christian is a violation of the sinful being of this world, and a surrender to Christ. "It was before repentance that Paul thought of himself that he was better than anyone else . In the philosopher's letter he writes: "I have, of course, what I can show of human preference. If anyone believes that he can rely on such things, I can do it even more. "But after repentance, the tone has become another:" We have our praise in Christ and do not put our trust in any human. "By this clear Christian confession came he in opposition to the people and to religious leaders of the day. However, following the encounter with the risen Jesus Christ, it was impossible for him to preach any gospel other than that which he had received. The Holy Spirit had clearly revealed to Paul who he was. "I know that in me, that is, as I am in myself, it does not live well." He maintains both for himself and everyone else that only way to salvation was turning to Jesus Christ to receive it undeserved grace and forgiveness from him. He himself experienced the persecution he had previously committed to the Christians. But he who previously burned with hatred against Christians now burns with love to both Jews and Gentiles. "I have a big grief in my heart. Something that always pours me. I would like to be cursed and divorced from Christ, only for my brothers and countrymen. "Rom.9,3.It is not difficult to register that the anti-Christian forces are effective today. It goes on preaching and forms. The most active to persecute Christians are just those who think of themselves: "I have the right to show human preference." When both the rapporteurs, politicians, diocesan councils and the media oppose a bishop candidate because he chooses to stand on The words of the scripture are all about revealing the great distinction between this world and the kingdom of God. Actually, this is only natural, Paul writes in the Corinthian letter: "Such a human being is in itself does not accept what belongs to the Spirit of God. For him it is incomprehensible, and he can not understand it; it can only be judged spiritually. "" As soon as the opposition is taken away, it's to be Christian wreck. "(quote ending).
What's going on in and around Sylvia Listhaug has a spiritual dimension that makes us believers should join her in our prayers, as it is obvious that she is under spiritual attack from our enemy Satan!
Take for example Narreapostel Jan Aage Torp who led the police and the courts to convict me, what was he harvesting?Today, there is not a single believer who takes Torp seriously, they just ignore him.The mail with Vebjørn Selbekk. Who wrote that he did not even bother to read what the narrator Jan Aage Torp wrote, it shows that the man is far, far beyond the spirit struggle.
I think Sylvia Listhaug is in a form of spiritual struggle, even though she is fighting political issues. That's why it's about making believers pray for and with her.
Here from my Bible remarks Ephesians 6:18 Do this in prayer, and put all things before God! Pray at all times, in the Spirit! Wake up and pray in prayer for all the saints,
Taking on God's full armor and fighting in the spirit struggle can be a hard and hard work. But Jesus has not called us to sleepers, but to work in his vineyard, like limbs on his body, as volunteer auxiliaries and active Christians in church and church. Much has a sense of work. That's how it's also with prayer. It is not meant that the prayer should be a leisure time only when you do not have anything else to do. It pays to waste time for prayer, but prayer is also resting. Jesus says to his weary soldiers for the gospel and the cause of peace: "Come to me, all of you who strive and carry heavy burdens, I will give you rest." Matthew 11: 28.19 also for me. Pray that the right words may be given to me when I speak so that I can boldly proclaim the mystery of the gospel, Paul would justify the secrets of the gospel. Here is a lot of it. To name a few truths here, Jesus died on Calvary, defeating Satan. But this is only the beginning of all the secrets of God.20 as I am also a messenger in prison. Pray that I know the gospel to be bold to speak as I should. Now he was in prison, this was part of God's plan. Then he got the time and opportunity to write the letters we have from his hand today. Without his "break" we probably would not have had all the good letters. The fact that God allows things to happen, even the negative is usually a part of His great and meaningful plan and purpose.21 So that you also know how I am and how it is with me, Tycikus will tell you everything. He is our dear brother and a faithful servant of the Lord. Paul describes Tycikus: "Tycikus, our dear brother, faithful servant, and earnest in the Lord ..." (Col. 4,7) It is clear that Tycikus is a person Paul has great devotion for. His character, lifestyle, and love of Christ tied strong ties between them. Tykikus also took great care of both the work Paul did and for the health of Paul. He was sensitive to the practical needs the apostle had and attempted to cover them as far as possible. Being someone described as "faithful servant ..." shows that Tycikus was a selfless person, helpful and kind. Nothing was "too much" for Tykikus. A serving spirit was the "trademark" of his life. But Paul has not finished this. He also calls Tycikus for "faithful". With those words, the apostle describes that Tycikus was one who cared for people. He was proclaiming, but also an encourager, one who exercised a great service in comforting and challenging. Tykikus had the believers in his heart. Tycikus was faithful to the word of God and against the assembly of Christ. He was therefore the right person to send to Colossa, at a time when the teacher cursed at the door of this church. Tycikus taught in truth, in the apostolic doctrine, faithfully, as a co-servant, in loyalty to the missionary order. For Paul, Tycikus was also a "co-worker." In this word there is a deep meaning. First, it describes Tykikus as a colleague, a member of the team. Tykikus was not looking to take care of his own reputation, or to mingle his own cake. He was part of something bigger, of a context. He worked for the kingdom of God, not his own interest. He was happy and pleased to serve the apostle Paul. That in itself was reward enough. That's the way so with many of us. In meeting with some of Christ's disciples who live such a rich life with Him, it's a blessing to be alone. This was also true of Tycycus in relation to Paul. But it is important to note this. Paul did not look at Tycikus as his personal servant. Tycikus was a servant in the Lord.22 I send him to you just to hear what it's like for us and to give you a new courage. Paul let him go. We see that Paul became more humble over the years. That's how it's going to be with all of us. And what does the community best do? It should always be in front of what best serves us best. This change became more and more visible with Paul. But everything has its time and purpose. From time to time God may allow our carnal cherubim for his eternal and best purposes to come forth.23 Peace be with the brothers, and love and faith from God, the Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ! Here we see the division in The deity again. It is the Father as No. 1 and the Son as No. 2. We need to get an understanding here that is correct and biblical. The Father is from eternity, the Son has departed from Him, this was Jesus' own testimony. Joh. e. 17. 8 For I have given them the words you gave me, and they have received them. Now they truly know that I have come from you and they have believed you sent me.24 Grace and indestructible life be with all who love our Lord Jesus Christ! Here Paul is his "usual" greetings. Grace is in the center! Secondly indestructible life. We only get through the Son Jesus Christ. Anyone who does not have him does not have this life as only through him we can get and achieve it.1. Joh. b. 5. 10 Whoever believes in the Son of God has the testimony in him. But he who does not believe God has made him a liar because he has not believed God's own testimony of his Son. 11 And this is the testimony: God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. 12 Whoever has the Son owns life, but he who does not have the Son of God does not own life. Immortal life is something only God the Father has and possesses. That we also get it shows the immense trust he gives us by accepting Christ and remaining faithful to him. This is mercy and grace, incomprehensibly large! Joh. e. 1. 16 Of all his fullness we have all received grace over mercy. 17 For the law was given by Moses, grace and truth came by Jesus Christ. 18 No one has ever seen God, but the only one, who is God, and who is in the father's favor, has shown us who he is.