No. 1688:I have not said anything about the narrator Jan Aage Torp than what the Apostle Paul said that he was surrendered in Satan's hands and he is now the root of Torp's life after the Bible's teaching!
Picture of a pig who walks in the mud. Thus says the Scriptures Torp and all others who are reprisaled as believers are. First, they were cleansed in the blood of Jesus, so they return to Satan's way and will with their lives. Scripture clearly teaches that after a divorce for a believer they shall either live alone or resign.
1 Cor. 5 1. In all, it is heard of whores among you, and such a horror that is not even mentioned among the Gentiles: that one adheres to his father's wife. 2 And you are blown up, while you should also make sure that the one who has done this deed might be defiled from you. 3 For in my part, which is absent from the body, but present with the spirit, I already have, as if I were present, ruling it over the one who has done this, 4 that he may call you the name of our Lord Jesus, and my spirit is gathered in the power of our Lord Jesus, 5 delivered to Satan for the destruction of the flesh, that his spirit may be saved on the day of Lord Jesus.Torp is now surrendered to Satan after repeatedly interfering with God's word, that's what the Bible teaches.The apostle Paul says: "surrender to Satan for the destruction of the flesh".The text: He is handed to Satan because of their fleshly deeds.Torp has done carnal deeds all the time in his life, now time is overreaching him that Satan gets him. When he denies God's Word and Christ as he has done by marrying again, people rush for money, police and report cases against me to proclaim repatriation, the villages of prophecies and foreign teachings. Not least, he calls himself an apostle who is really opposed to God when Torp is so far from being an apostle it is possible to come.Why does God do this? It also applies to keep the assembly clean, "clean the old sour dough". In this way, the torture will be revived and alerted to the others in the assembly.God has now surrendered Satan to do his will. Torp's days are over, now he has gone too far and turned out to be a dangerous man to have inside the Christian congregation.Torp stands without the protection of God as all believers have in the blood of Jesus. In many ways, one can say that Torp has crossed so many borders, has no brains and screams for help in the world to try to break and stop the people who live for God. This is Satan's old tactic, using the state apparatus against Christians when one must stop themHere in Norway there are several examples of this, not least the fight against Hans Nielsen Hauge was a rotten battle against this servant and messenger of this faithful Lord.Seeing that both the narrator Jan Aage Torp and the searchlight site again and again terper on the same liar that it was so-called "crowdwriter" that Torp notified me of. I was judged for it, but it was never included in the review and was debated in court.98% is written about what is written about Torp is written after his fictional review. In other words, so-called "crowd writings" were never heard either in the trial or during the trial. Therefore, there is a regular right to justice against me for that reason, at the same time, the law that is used to me is nothing but an abuse of Norwegian law to get me and the heavenly blog.What is it that causes Horkarlen Torp to commit himself to God and his word? There are many things, and all I can not mention since my concern against Torp is really only one thing out of the word of God.It is that he who says he is an Apostle and Pastor is disqualified to this act through it reproaches himself and his whole family against the word of God. At the same time, Torp recaptures divorce as the writing says is hor.Now there is much more here to say about Torp, but everything you want to read about him. You can find it on the blog Justism:http://justismord.janchristensen.net/Want to include an excerpt from one of the first articles I wrote against Torp, which turns out to be more true than possible. Da Torp has made herself incapable of being a Pastor with being reprinted. That I point out this exclusively - not least in the last year and two - Torp does not mention in a single word. Because that's why he hates me and the heavenly blog, that we point out that he has been renamed as a believer.Pastor and Apostle Jan Åge Torp in Oslo Church and all other renegades as Christians and still proclaimers are King Ussia of our time who became leprosy!http://janchristensen.net/artiklerhoved.php?side=pastor-og-apostel-jan-aage-torp-i-oslokirkenThe church in Ephesus heard Jesus praise when they revealed such false apostles as Jan Hanvold, Jan Åge Torp and others. (The leprosy of scripture is a model of sin. When a GT had the specimens, it is right in NT termology to "swap" the word leprosy with sin).Joh. Obvious. 2 2 I know of your deeds and your work and your patience, and you can not tolerate the evil; you have tried them as sthey are apostles, and are not, and you have found that they are liars; 3 and you have patience and have had a lot to bear for my name's sake and you have not been tired. It is strange that the false apostles call themselves apostles both today and 2000 years ago, this is probably not a random coincidence but the same demons that worked in the false apostles of ancient times still work today. It makes me think of what happened during A. A. Allen's meetings in the US when he expelled demons of religious and name Christians during a meeting. It was if I do not remember the mistake of a person who said that he had the same demons that Saul had, who later became Paul. The person said he had a legion ie say about 6000 demons. Wondering how many people today work among the false apostles, there are not few. Do not be fooled by big smiles and eloquence, if there was anything that could be heard before he was saved, Paul was. Http://blog.janchristensen.net/2011/08/nr-162- why would-be-preachers -ha.html2. Chron. 26. 1. And all the people of Judah took, and made Uzziah, sixteen years old, king of Amasiah the father of his father. 2 He made Eloth a permanent city, and won it back to Judah, after the king had rested with his fathers. 3 Uzziah was sixteen years old when he began to reign, and reigned fifty and two years in Jerusalem; His mother was called Jekiliah and was from Jerusalem. 4 He did what was right in the eyes of the Lord, just as his father Amaziah had done. 5 And he sought God, as long as Zechariah lived, who understood in the sight of God; and as long as he sought the Lord, let God do it to him. 6 And he went out to fight against the Philistines, and tore down the city walls of Gath, and Jabneh, and Ashdod; And he built cities at Ashdod, and in other places in the land of the Philistines. 7 God helped him against the Philistines and against the Arabs who lived in Gurba'al, and against the Unites. 8 And the Ammonites gave gifts to Uzziah, and his name came straight to Egypt. because he became exceedingly powerful. 9 Uzziah's built tower in Jerusalem at the corner gate and at the gate of the valley and at the angle, making these places firm and strong. / 10 He also built a tower in the wilderness and threw out many wells; for he had great cattle both in the lowland and the highland, and he had farmers and vineyardmen in the mountains and in the oceans; for agriculture lay his heart. 11 Uzziah had a mighty army who stretched out in flock, the pattern and count of the writer Je'uel, and the overseer Maaseiah, under the leadership of Hananiah, one of the king's rulers. 12 Two thousand and six hundred were the full number of the fierce warriors who were heads of fathers. 13 And there stood a warrior of three hundred and seven thousand and five hundred men, who made war with force, and oppressed the king against the enemy. 14 All this army provided Uzziah with shields and spears and helmets, and wreaths, and arches, and slings. 15 In Jerusalem he made artificial war machines that were to be set up on the towers and murders to shoot out arrows and large stones. And his name reached far; because he was helped in a miraculous way, so he gained great power. 16 But when he became mighty, he became proud in his heart, so he forsook himself; He was disobedient to the Lord his God and went into the sanctuary of the Lord to burn incense on the altar of smoke. 17 And Azariah the priest went in after him, and with him eight of the priests of the Lord brave men. 18 They came up against King Uzziah, and said to him, "It is not yours, Uzziah, to burn incense to the Lord, but only the priests, Aaron's sons, who are worshiped. Get out of the sanctuary! For you have been disobedient, and it will not be your glory to God the Lord. 19 Then Uzziah was angry. He held a smoke bin in his hand and just wanted to burn incense; But when his wrath broke against the priests, he put out leprosy in his forehead, standing before the priests of the house of the LORD at the altar of the altar of smoke. 20 And when Azariah the high priest and all the priests turned to him, they saw that he was leprosy on the forehead. Then they hurried away from there; and even he hurried to come out, for the Lord had struck him. 21 Then the lepers of King Uzziah were as much as his death day, and he lived in a house for himself as a leper, for he was excluded from the house of the Lord. His son Jotam conceived the king's house and judged the people of the country. 22 What else is to say about Uzziah, both in his first and in his later days, has written the prophet Isaiah the son of Amos. / 23 And Uzziah laid rest with his fathers, and buried him with his fathers in the burial place of the kings; because they said, he is leprosy. And his son Jotam became king in his place. Spen Ottosen: Should be as a pastor One of the very few within Christianity who has dared to ask questions about the work of Pastor Torp and personal life is Espen Ottosen, information director in the Norwegian Lutheran Mission. In several articles on our country's value debate, he explains why Torp should no longer be able to act as a pastor: I have expressed on twit
I think it's regrettable that Jan-Aage Torp does not end up being a pastor. The reason is not just the story that his son appears in today's issue of the A magazine. My reasoning is more comprehensive. Here are some words.Jan-Aage Torp is a pastor. Also the term apostle is used for his ministry. Nevertheless, it is natural to emphasize what Paul asks as a supervisor's requirement. Here are some important verses from 1 Timothy 3.2-7: "Therefore, an overseer must be impeccable, one woman's man, precious, sincere, worthy, hospitable, capable of teaching others, not drinking, not violent, but mild, not fights or cashmere. He must manage his house well and have obedient children with all honesty. But whoever does not know how to govern his own house, how can he care for the church of God? He must not be converted, lest he be inflated and fall under the devil's judgment. He must also have good testimony from those outside, so that he will not be mocked and caught in the snare of the devil. "These words present great ideals. First of all, let me say that I (of course) does not believe that a Christian leader should be perfect. We are all sinners. Fortunately, the Bible says that God can also use weak and wrong people. At the same time, I think the words of Paul represent a scale of relevance and importance. We have no right to cancel the meaning of these words because no one is flawless. A Christian leader relies on trust. Therefore, there must be a connection between life and learning. When it comes to Jan-Aage Torp, I think that he himself has weakened his trust in a fundamental way, especially in recent years. I think it's uncomfortable to claim. But I actually think it's even more difficult to be completely silent - for his conduct he has discredited the entire Christian church in Norway. The last example relates to the story the son is now telling. It's simply shaking, even though I take into account that the media do not give a completely balanced representation, even though Torp has had the opportunity to respond. Many Christian leaders have experienced that their children have gone away from faith. Some would think that it in itself disqualifies a pastor. I do not think so. Also, pastor children must have the opportunity to choose their own faith. But the story of Anders Torp is very special, also because the son today has broken all contact with his father. It goes without saying that trust in Torp. Even more serious, since Torp today admits that the theology he made sure his son was met was unhealthy. To some extent, it is good that Torp takes self-criticism. The problem is just that there are limits to how many times a person can greatly upset their mistakes - and still keep trust. Torp prophesied bloodbath during the Olympics in Athens, something he later regretted. In today's articles, he regrets both contact with the Danish "Father's House" and "Spirit-Driveners" from Zambia. That's why there is reason to ask if Torp has shown sufficient spiritual discretion. I do not think so. In addition, I think of much of the substance found on the website of Oslo Church, and the blog of Jan-Aage Torp shows that Torp still markets an extraordinary charismatic approach. It is very problematic. Lastly, Jan-Aage Torp is married again. This is a difficult point to comment - as regards the privacy of Torp. At the same time, I think it is unreasonable to think that all topics relating to marital status should be stamped as irrelevant. Paul emphasizes such questions in 1 Timothy's letter. It is probably well known that my basic belief is that the remission is wrong. This I justify with Matt 19.3-10 and some other Bible verses. At the same time, I think the question is difficult. Many conservative Christians believe relegation in certain situations may be right. I respect that. On the other hand, I strongly believe that Christian leaders should refrain from repentance - for example, because Paul writes that a leader should be "a man of man." Finally, in the text of 1 Timothy 3, Paul writes that a supervisor "have a good testimony from those who are outside". It must of course not be interpreted so that a Christian leader must be popular and loved. On the contrary, there is much in the Bible that the one who proclaims the word of God true and correct must be prepared for both resistance, persecution and backlash. At the same time, Paul believes that it is important how Christian leaders are perceived by people outside the congregation. Also, at this point, I think Torp is coming short. He does not give a good testimony of marrying quite quickly after divorce with a woman who is more than twenty years younger than herself. This is a difficult topic. I find it difficult to be balanced, precise and respectful (towards Jan-Aage Torp, which is undoubtedly in a very difficult situation and deserves care and prayer). But here was a brief reason that, in spite of everything, I think pastor Torp should end up as a pastor. (quote ending). http://blog.janchristensen.net/2011/12/nr-295-informationsleder-i- norwegian.htmlI went out today Pastor Jan Åge Torp to blI'm overwhelmed by him, but I'm good at that. He meant p. a that I was unfriendly and ugly when I could talk about him and Evangelist Emanuel Minos. Manuel Minos a door opener for demons. When Emanuel Minos repeatedly against better conscious will opens up such wolves in sheep's clothes as Jan Åge Torp, Jan Hanvold and others repented preachers, then he is a door opener for demons. The demons do not come forth themselves, but they have their handcuffs, those who live in rebellion for the word of God and the will of God. King UssiaUssia was 16 years old when he became king - and he was 52 years old. Here we meet a god-fearing man who sought God and did what was right in the eyes of the Lord. He was raised in a "Christian home" and took good care of his childhood and legacy from home. The people loved Uzziah because nobody had done so much for Israel since King Solomon. King Ussia had a very good start to his race. He had a good "entrance". But how was the end of his journey? That was the end we were going to sign. Yes, when Ussia was at its peak, something happens. Why did Ussia fall? 1) Ussia began to exalt itself. He forgot that true progress has more to do with who we are than what we do. He forgot that it was God who had helped him to the power and honor that he had achieved. 2) He had not taken the time to build character in his life. His character was in no way in relation to what he had accomplished. It is important to build a strong character in God before embarking on a service for God. Otherwise, sooner or later there will be a lack of character that becomes visible to all ... 3) Pride came into his life. Pride always comes before a fall. Ussia could not withstand success. But what is pride? - Pride is "mother of all sin" (Lester Sumrall) - Pride is a spiritual cancer. It eats the possibilities that the love and the fruit of the spirit can flow .- Pride is selfish. It always has the ego in the center. ("I'm right ...") - Pride is arrogance. It is to exalt itself. One expects privileges, one wishes to be noticed and become popular. - Pride is mind. One can not tolerate, but react with anger. In verse 19, we see that Ussia reacts with anger - typical pride ... We all need someone to correct us / exhort us. Ask yourself: How do I receive exhortation and correction from other people? The way you accept correction will determine how to end your race! Ussia became leprosy and he remained leprosy for the rest of his life. He was first called King, but ended up being known as leper. There was no longer talking about what he did in the beginning. What matters is how to complete the race! This man had passed the throne at the age of sixteen, destined to become one of the greatest kings in Judah. He received counsel from the prophet Zechariah. He received visions from the Lord. He was mightily blessed by God. The Bible says that Uzziah sought the Lord - and God made him prosper and become strong: "God helped him ...." (2 Chronicles 26: 7). ".... His name came wide, for he was helped in a wonderful way, and he gained great power." (verse 15). Before Solomon, Uzziah had the best reputation of all the kings of Judah. He was anointed by God. He began revival in the land, torn down idols and wandered according to the word of God. When this brave king drove his carriage through the streets he was shown honor and respect. He received gifts and homage from all over the world. But, the scripture says: ".... when he became mighty he became proud in his heart to his own destruction. He became disobedient to the Lord his God and entered the Lord's sanctuary to burn incense on the smoke altar. " (verse 16). Tranquility overwhelms this man of judgment. He wanted to be a priest in addition to King! In disobedience Uzziah entered the temple and began to smoke with incense in front of the altar. He received a penalty for this - and when he pointed a furious finger in response, his hand immediately started to fade. It suddenly became leprosy. Ussia had to be thrown out of the temple of God! Oh what a shame! One of the greatest, richest kings in Jude's history must now be isolated. He was taken to a small house where he spent the rest of his days like a leper: "Since then, King Uzziah was leprosy for his death day. He lived in a house for himself as a leper, for he was excluded from the house of the Lord ... . "(2 Chronicles 26:21) .Uzziah died in isolation - cut off from any blessing from God! When this once the mighty man died, amounts would have gathered around him. His passing should have been an honor to God's name. Instead, he died as an almost unknown man, with his body absorbed by leprosy. Ussia missed his determination! Pastor and Apostle Jan Åge Torp in Oslokirken and all others repatriated as Christians and still preachers are our Uzziah, Uzbek, who became leprosy! The word of God is very clear, all who are reunited as believers shall not be Pastors or Apostles like Jan Åge Torp, Jan Hanvold and many with them are. Had they sat on the last bench and been like him we read about in the gospel of Luke I should have time?
tilt, then there had been a matter between him and God. Luke 18 9 He also said this parable to anyone who trusted in themselves that they were righteous and despised the others: 10 Two men went up to the temple to pray; one was a Pharisee and the other one a tolder. 11 The Pharisee stood for himself and prayed like this: God! I thank you because I'm not like other people: robbers, unrighteous, wizards, or, and, like this, lows. 12 I fast twice a week, I give tenth of all my income. 13 And the messenger stood far away, and did not even want to lift his eyes to heaven, but clung to his breast, saying, God! be merciful to me 14 I say unto you, This was justified down to his house before the other; for every one who himself exalteth, shall be denied, and he himself shall deny shall be exalted. But here one exalts himself to apostles, pastors, television savers and I do not know what. Pride and arrogance are. They make themselves so insane and so innocent, only they get the will of the flesh and the mind into the new life, so they do anything. False humility calls the Bible this, not for anything else. King Ussia was leaningKong Ussia was leprosy and these people are already leprosy and will spread their leprosy over all where they come, therefore the scripture says that we will not even spit along with these. 5:11 But what I wrote to you was that you should not deal with anyone who is called a brother, and is a whore or an idolater, or idolater, or a baker or a drinker or robber, so that you do not even eat with him. no way take part in their evil deeds, if we do, we become accomplices. That Emanuel Minos and many others support spedal people who are spiritually wolves in sheep's clothes, I think that's bad! Yes, directly nauseating and unhappy. What is the solution? The solution is simple. Distances you from those who do not live as the word says. And stick to those who live and learn right. This is and remains the solution. All of us need God's grace when we all get short, but there are still rules of God in the word of God and in the spiritual life with Jesus and in the congregation we must and will relate to. Excommunication for preachers makes them excluded for the service of Pastor and teacher When we read the pastoral letters that Paul teaches about this and elsewhere, it becomes clear that repented preachers as believers are unfit for service. Just as Kon Ussia was incapable of performing the service that the Levites should do, everybody who chooses to marry after a factional breach. This is not what I or you mean, but spiritual truths and this is also a spiritual law. If we allow revered preachers, we can only put the door at wide gaps for Satan. Ezra got all the gifts to divorce - that's the solution today also Ezra 10. 10 Then the priest Esras stood up and said to them, "You have acted unfaithfully and have taken strange women unto wives, and thus ye have increased Israel's sake. 11 Now therefore, confess it to the LORD God of your fathers, and do his will. Distinguish you from the other people in this country and from the stranger women! 12 Then all the people answered and said in a loud voice, Yes, as you have said, we are obliged to do. 13 But the people are tall and it is now rainy so we can not stand out here and this is a work that can not be done in a day or two; for there are many of us who have sinned in this matter. 14 Let therefore our princes stand before all the people, and let all those in our cities, who have taken strange women to wives, meet at the appointed times with the elders and judges of every city, until we turn away the burning anger of our God from us and this matter is settled. 15 Only Jonathan the son of Asaiah, and Jahzeiah the son of Tikvas, opposed this, and Meshullam and the Levite, Sabbetai, supported them. 16 Then the returnees did as Esa said, and chose Ezra the priest and some men who were heads of their families, all of which were mentioned by name, and they met on the first day of the tenth month to investigate the matter, 17 and they were finished with all the men who had taken strange women to wives, until the first day of the first month. 18 Among the sons of the priests they found someone who had taken strange women to wives; These were: of Joshua son of Josadak, his sons, and his brethren, Maaseiah, and Eliezer, and Jarib, and Gedaliah; 19 They gave their hand that they would divorce themselves from their wives and sacrifice a beast of the flock for a guilty sacrifice for the guilt they had committed. Notice the wording of verse 19: "for the sake they had committed." The fault they had incurred, it is exactly that Pastor Jan Åge Torp. Pastor Jan Hanvold and all others who are divorced as a believer and who afterwards as a believer marry you. They commit themselves and all others who come close to them and who stand with them in one way or another. They also blame themselves and become involved with them in their evil deed, as it is according to what the word of God teaches.
To marry a breach of cohabitation, it excludes if one wishes and wants to be an Apostle, Prophet or, in truth, a trusted servant or servant of the Lord.Jacob 3. 1. My brothers! Not many of you become teachers, because you know that we will get its heavier judgment! 2. Joh. b. 10 If anyone comes to you and does not teach this doctrine, do not accept him in your house and do not welcome him! 11 Whoever welcomes him, be entrusted with him in his wicked deeds. Luke 16 18 Everyone who divorces his wife marries another woman, acts as a whore, and every one who marries a woman who is divorced from his husband, he is running hor.1. Choir. 7. 10 But I give the married, but not the Lord, that a wife shall not divorce his husband; 11 But if she is divorced from him, she continues to be unmarried or divorced with her husband-and that a man should not divorce his wife.1. Tim. 5. 8 But if anyone does not care for his own, and most of his people, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbelief. 5. 28 Then the men owe to love their wives as their own bodies. He who loves his wife loves himself.