lørdag 11. juni 2022

No. 1587: God's word mentions that preachers should be role models for the flock, are Pastors Terje Liverød and Sigvart Bylund initiating a new relationship after divorce?

No. 1587:

God's word mentions that preachers should be role models for the flock, are Pastors Terje Liverød and Sigvart Bylund initiating a new relationship after divorce?

Terje Liverød who has been a missionary and says that he is now in love with Sara Petersson and has started a new relationship with her.
He has left behind his first marriage.
Was he not really happy with his first wife?
Terje Liverød was the leader of the mission organization WOM (world outreach mission) together with his x wife Solfrid.
Which has also now begun a new relationship. For a buzz I will now say it has become in the church of God, this will never end !?

Sigurd Bylund, Pastor in Troens Ord Sandefjord.

Travels around and brags that he has been married X number of times.
He has received an "enormous" grace and God is looking through his fingers with his many marriages. Is this what scripture teaches?
Or is it the works and teachings of the Nicolaitans, in a modern and new language suit?
He will not say how many times, but there are several marriages this man has had. More than two, at least three and maybe even more as he does not want to answer how many partners he has had.
In other words, these are preachers and pastors who change partners as others change shirts.
Is this in accordance with the scriptures?
Is this right when these should be a role model for others?
Not least the newly saved and who are young and growing up today!
Terje Liverød with her new «flame», Sara Petersson

Joh. Åpenb. 2. 25 But hold fast what you have until I come.
26 Whosoever shall overcome at my end, to the end I will give authority over the nations.
27 He shall feed them with a rod of iron, and they shall be broken in pieces like a potter's pot, even as I have been given authority by my Father. SAL 2.9
28 And I will give him the morning star.
29 He that hath ears, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the church.

God says we should hold on to what we have, what is it?

Scripture says the following in Ord. 5. 1. My son! Observe my wisdom, incline thine ear unto my understanding, 2 that thou mayest take wise counsel, and thy lips preserve knowledge!
3 For a stranger's lips drip honey, and smoother than oil is her tongue; 4 but at last she is bitter as wormwood, sharp as a double-edged sword. 5 Her feet go down to death; her steps lead straight to the realm of the dead. 6 On the path of life she will not walk; her ways go here and there, without her knowing it. 7 Now therefore hearken unto me, my children, and depart not from the words of my mouth. 8 Let your way be far from her, and do not come near the door of her house, 9 lest you give to others your adornment and a cruel lord your years, 10 lest strangers may be filled with your property and the fruit of your toil. come into another man's house, 11 so that you must groan in your last moment, when your body and your flesh are eaten away, 12 And you must say: How could I hate discipline, and how could my heart despise rebuke, 13 so I did not listen to those who taught me, nor did I bow my ear to those who guided me! 14 I was near in the greatest calamity in the midst of the congregation and the congregation. 15 Drink from your own well, drink running water from your own fountain! 16 Shall your fountains flow in the street, your streams in the squares? 17 Let them be for you alone and not for strangers with you! 18 Your source be blessed, rejoice in the wife of your youth! 19 The lovable hind and the graceful stone! Her bosom you crave at all times, by her love you will always be drunk! 20 Why then, my son, would you be drunk with desire of another man's wife, and embrace the bosom of a strange woman? 21 For the ways of a man are open unto the eyes of the LORD, and the LORD straightway all his paths. 22 The wicked is caught in his own iniquities, and is caught in the snares of his own sin. 23 He must die because he did not allow himself to be disciplined, and because of his great folly he tumbles and falls.

The scriptures are so clear that we must take care of our first and right wife.
If we do otherwise, we will not follow the word of God.
I am thinking of the many youths and unfortunate souls who are being misled and led astray by such preachers with X number of relationships and marriages behind them.
Where will this end?
These must be responsible for all those who have taken income for the life that they "guide" others to follow when even they do not follow God's word!

Closing comment:

This is not to be moral or so-called judgmental.
But what does the scripture say?
What are the consequences of following God's word, or allowing each one to follow God's word?
I am convinced that a morally right life is of the utmost importance and value!
The early Christians had everything in common except their spouses.
Today it has become such a buzzing and unbiblical behavior that soon everything is allowed?
Or is it just some who take care of themselves?

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