tirsdag 23. november 2021

No. 1572: Fool Apostle Jan Aage Torp's prediction about the Bus Driver's ruin mound - has totally failed! What does the spotter think now?

No. 1572:

Fool Apostle Jan Aage Torp's prediction about the Bus Driver's ruin mound - has totally failed!

What does the spotter think now?

See here: https://oslokirken.no/kryssilden/les1/lots-kone-jankaarechristensen

Fax smile of the mocking and mocking article:

Kryssilden / "Think of Lot's wife!" - The bus driver's rubble heap
"Think of Lot's wife!" - The bus driver's rubble heap
Jan-Aage Torp
05. July 2021

"Think of Lot's wife!" - The bus driver's ruin mound Screenshot of Christensen from his Youtube video, and the sign outside Courtroom 519 which I myself took a picture of on January 20, 2016

A tragedy is unfolding these days, and is about to reach its final end.

The bus driver Jan Kåre (Bjerregaard) Christensen, who likes to call himself an "evangelist" and a "Bible teacher", has lost his job due to many years of arguing with his employer Unibuss, and also with passengers. The fact that even Christian diurnal media make headlines that "Bus drivers who played Christian music receive a one-year final salary" shows how little they invest in disseminating true knowledge.

According to Christensen's own blog the day before the court mediation with Unibuss on Thursday 1 July, he would not accept anything less than at least two million kroner in the final package, otherwise he would bet on the scheduled trial this autumn which he was sure to win.

But Christensen accepted the sluice 473,000 kroner because he knew that the truth is completely different from what he has peppered the internet with, namely that he was fired for completely different fundamental reasons than that he "played Christian music". In addition, he must have an immediate payment in this order of magnitude to pay fines in the hundreds of thousands of kroner class to the Planning and Building Agency in Oslo municipality, which he also argues with and incites.

Christensen's misery started already in the 1980s, and when he discovered that Aina & I were getting married in December 2010, he started a campaign against us which led to us reporting him to the police in September 2014. The police ran the case against him in Courtroom 519 in Oslo District Court on January 20, 2016 where Aina & I were to testify, and he lost unanimously. He also unanimously lost the appeal in the Borgarting Court of Appeal in April 2017. In June 2017, the Norwegian Supreme Court refused to process his appeal, and in November 2017, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg rejected his case.

It was in Courtroom 519 that he finally faced the consequences of his evil life. Since then, it has been a steep descent. He has had plenty of time and ample opportunity to repent, but he has deliberately chosen the path of stubbornness. Aina & I have no need to do any worldly things. The Lord and His arrangements fix everything.

Romans 13: 4-5 tells what happens when one goes against God's social arrangements:

    "The government is a servant of God, for your good. But if you do evil, you have reason to be afraid. For the government does not carry a sword for no reason, but is a servant of God who will carry out his punishment on the one who does evil. Therefore, it is necessary to be obedient, not only for fear of punishment, but also for the sake of conscience. "

A simple reading of Christensen's blogs shows that he bullies and incites individuals, neighbors, and the administration - except that after the fourfold conviction for the bullying of Aina & me, he still has incitement and persecution of us. There are no limits to what that man accomplishes by curses, incantations and humiliation.

Soon he has to move from farm to land. What he loses beyond this, I will not speculate.

The Bible has some gruesome stories about human wickedness that cause them to fall into mortality. Jan Kåre Christensen belongs in that category.

I am reminded of the telling warning in Luke 17:32:

    "Think of Lot's wife!"

I finally say: "Think of Jan Kåre Christensen!" Unfortunately, he probably does not deserve to be remembered in any other way than this.

This was Jan Aage Torp's mockery and mockery article directed at me and my family.
None of what he has "prophesied" and written has come true.

But that is still not what I think is the worst and most condescending thing about this article.
It is this mockery and mockery of suffering evil for the gospel and the name of Jesus that is totally omitted in this article.
Because that's what this's all about.

Suffering from the gospel - that's all that my family and I have been through.

Scripture says:

Matt. 5. 10 Blessed are they which are persecuted for their righteousness's sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

11 Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake.

12 Rejoice and be glad. For your reward in heaven shall be great, for so were the prophets also persecuted, who were before you. ”

2 Tim. 2. Endure suffering as a good soldier for Jesus Christ.

11 This is a faithful saying, If we die with him, we shall also live with him.

12 If we persevere, we will also reign with him. And if we deny him, he also will deny us.

13 But if we are unfaithful, he remains faithful. For no one can deny himself.
(end of quote.)

If it is the case that we as believers should be measured against "success" and progress in this world. Then most believers will probably be in a bad position.
Scripture says the following:

1 Cor. 1. 26 When I look upon their calling, brethren, there were not many wise men after the flesh. And not many were powerful or of high nobility.

27 But God hath chosen the foolish of the world to confound the wise. And God has chosen the weak in the world to put the strong to shame.

28 He chose the lowly ones in the world, those without influence, those who were nothing.

29 It was so that no flesh would boast before him.

30 For it is by him that you are in Christ, whom God made to our wisdom, justification, sanctification, and redemption.

31 Wherefore it is written, Let him that glorieth glory in the Lord. JER 9,24

We as Christians live in this world upstream, and God is also upstream. He likes to choose what is opposite than what we humans choose, the low and those without the right contacts. Those that no one else had chosen!

The apostle Paul says something very important, right and good. Listen!

1 Cor. 4. 6 This I, brethren, have committed unto myself and to Apollos, that ye may learn to think of the things which are written, and that neither of you should be puffed up with one another.

7 For what makes you different? What do you have that you have not received? And if there is something you have received, why do you brag about yourself as if it is something you have not received?

8 To my great joy you are satisfied. And to my great joy you are rich. For you are rulers without us. And may you also become rulers with us as co-rulers!

9 It seems that God has presented us apostles as the last, the condemned, to be a spectacle to the world, both to messengers and to men.

10 We are fools for Christ, but you are wise in Christ. We are weak, but you are strong. You are honored, we are despised.

11 Up to this time we have been hungry and thirsty, poorly dressed and beaten, and we are homeless.

12 We strive and work with our own hands. When someone comes down on us, we must bless, and when someone persecutes us, we must persevere. And when we are mocked, we must pray.

13 We have been the scum of this world and the garbage of all until now.
(end of quote.)

There is not much here that agrees with Jan Aage Torp's way of portraying a true and happy Christian. No, it's probably like that in this world.
We as believers are anything but exalted and "prosperous" in this world.
Yes, sometimes. But it is so that when one reads how the Apostle refers to himself and others who were devoted in the ministry. Then words and expressions were used here that do not agree at all with Torp's statement when assessing and judging a believer.
We read here i.a. following:
"We have been the scum of this world and everyone's rubbish until now."

Closing comment:

Now I have been so lucky and got a job. Have your own income and everything is taken care of!
At the same time, I have also suffered defeat as Torp points out. He's right about that.
But is this a defeat as a believer?
It's more of a victory than a defeat, isn't it? I got ½ Million from Unibuss, it's not that bad?
Whatever the outcome, I was treated miserably, and persecuted for my Christian faith.
What this also shows is that I was fired solely because I played on Christian radio programs.
In other words, Christian persecution:



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