Picture of Jesus as Narreapostel Jan Aage Torp pursues. We read about when Jesus revealed himself to Saul, so we know he pursued the believers. But what did Jesus say? That he pursued him. This is what Narreapostel Torp does, and the judgment is obviously going to be hard, strong and intense if he should not repent.
The word of God is very clear that reporting other believers is directly contrary to God's will, of course, Satan loves this.
This as a narrator Jan Aage Torp has done to go to the police with a fictional review and lie in Oslo Tingrett witnesses of a person ruled by the same powers that Saul was ruled before becoming a Christian.
We read about Saul who later became Paul for pursuing the believers and wanted them punished, convicted, in jail and death. The same as Torp and his co-workers have as goal with me, which in turn tells us that this is not God, but the Evil who have free space!
When Stephen was killed and stoned, Saul stood and held the clothes of those who stoned him. In other words, Saul was a dear Devil as Jan Aage Torp is Saul before he was saved and Torp is ruled by the same powers of breath.
Acts 8. 1. Saul agreed to him in the murder. But on that day there was a great persecution against the church in Jerusalem, and they were all scattered over the land of Judea and Samaria, except the apostles. 2 But some godly men buried Stephen and held a great blow upon him. 3 But Saul raided the church, and went into houses by house, and drew both men and women, and cast them into prison.
22. 19 Then I said, Lord! they know that I threw in prison and dirt around the synagogues of those who believed in you. 20 And when the blood of Stephen your witness was poured out, I also agreed with it and took care of the clothes of those who beat kill him
Saul was fulfilled by hatred against the Christians as Jan Aage Torp is fulfilled by hatred against me and the heavenly blog because we proclaim to marry again as Christians are sin, adultery and marriages!
Saul and Narrator Jan Aage Torp have many common features when they want prison, death and they go to worldly authorities to seek support in their dark and dark struggle against the believers. They are like twin boys Jan Aage Torp and Paul before he was born again. The hatred, the darkness and the extreme are with them both!
What does the script say about notifying others? It is pretty clear when God is our judge and the congregation will deal with controversies and inconsistencies with brothers and sisters in the faith in Jesus.
Jan Aage Torp did not care about this, as his hatred to me and the heavenly blog are so strong and intense. That it is the same hatred that was in Saul before he was saved. We read about him that he did everything he could to stop the Christians, if he hated their preaching everywhere in this world.This is like a narrator Jan Aage Torp, he hates me and the heavenly blog all over this world!
Acts 9 1. But Saul continued to be threatened and murdered against the disciples of the Lord, and he went to the high priest 2 and asked him for letters to Damascus, to the synagogues there, as if he found someone who heard the way of God, both men and women, He could then make them bound to Jerusalem. 3 But on the journey he came near to Damascus, and beamed a light from heaven about him. 4 And he fell to the ground, and heard a voice that said to him, Saul! Saul! why are you persecuting me? 5 He said, Who are you, Lord? And he answered, "I am Jesus, the one you pursue." 6 But get up and go into the city, and it will be told you what you have to do! 7 But the men who stood with him were afraid, because they heard the voice, but saw no one. 8 Then Saul arose from the earth; but when he opened his eyes, he saw nothing; They led him by hand and led him into Damascus. 9 And in three days he was without vision, neither ate nor drank.
We read about when Jesus revealed himself to Saul, so we know he pursued the believers. But what did Jesus say? That he pursued him. This is what Narreapostel Torp does, and the judgment is obviously going to be hard, strong and intense if he should not repent.
Listen here, what Jesus says, "I am Jesus, the one you pursue."
When narrator Jan Aage Torp (pictured) is a devil like Saul before he was saved, Torp is ruled by the same Spirit powers.
Saul got mercy to repent, but what about narrator Torp? The Bible says the following about him.
2 Pet. 2. 20 For if they have fled from the impurity of the world by teaching our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to know, and again, to catch it and lay under it, then the latter has become worse with them than the first . 21 For it was better for them that they had not known the way of righteousness, than that they knew it, and turned away from the holy commandment which was delivered to them.