torsdag 18. mai 2023

No. 1618: Saving the best and second best of the flesh and the old man is not a good and passable path for Jesus' followers!

No. 1618:

Saving the best and second best of the flesh and the old man is not a good and passable path for Jesus' followers!


We are all in danger of deceiving ourselves as King Saul did in the deepest sense.
In many ways, one can say that the people of the world bask in the glow of the fact that Norway has adopted and accepted many ungodly and partly blasphemous laws.
Then seen in relation to God's word and God's commandments.
At the same time, the faithful are no better.
When they imagine and believe because things are generally accepted by other "evangelical" believers, then it is accepted and allowed.
But it is not.
It is only what agrees with God's word that is God's good and right will.
Everything outside God's word is not in accordance with God's good and perfect will.
Today's Free Church of Norway is like King Saul, who saves the best and second best of booty. But what is out on the periphery of sin and immorality is, by and large, warned against. This is not according to God's word.
Here Saul receives the sentence from Samuel



1 Sam. 15. 1. Samuel said to Saul: It was me the Lord sent to anoint you king over his people, over Israel; so now sound the word of the Lord! 2 Thus says the Lord God of hosts: I will visit Amalek for what he did to Israel, that he stood in his way when he came up from Egypt. 3 Now go forth and smite Amalek, and smite all that is his; do not spare him, but kill both man and woman, both child and suckling, both ox and sheep, both camel and donkey. 4 Then Saul called the people to arms and mustered them in Tela'im; there were two hundred thousand foot soldiers and ten thousand men from Judah. 5 When Saul came to the city of the Amalekites, he laid an ambush in the valley. 6 And Saul said to the Kenites: Go away, separate yourselves from the Amalekites and go down, so that I will not destroy you with them! For you did good to all the children of Israel when they came up from Egypt. Then the Kenites parted ways with the Amalekites. 7 Saul struck the Amalekites and pursued them from Havilah to near Shur, which is east of Egypt. 8 And he took Agag, the king of Amalek, captive alive, and he smote all the people with bans, and slew them with the edge of the sword. 9 But Saul and the people spared Agag and the best and second best of the flocks and herds and lambs - all that looked good - and would not ban them; but all cattle that were mean and wretched, they banished. 10 Then the word of the Lord came to Samuel, and it read thus: 11 I regret that I have made Saul king; for he has turned away from me and has not kept my words. Then Samuel's anger was kindled, and he cried to the Lord all night. 12 The next morning Samuel got up early to meet Saul; then someone came and said to Samuel: Saul has come to Carmel, and there he has erected a monument; then he turned and went down to Gilgal. 13 When Samuel came to Saul, Saul said to him: Blessed be you of the Lord! I have followed the word of the Lord. 14 But Samuel said: Then what kind of lowing of cattle is this that sounds in my ears, and what kind of roaring of cattle I hear? 15 Saul answered: They have brought them from the Amalekites; for the people spared the best of the flock and of the cattle to sacrifice to the Lord your God; but we have banned the rest. 16 Then Samuel said to Saul: Wait, and I will tell you what the Lord has spoken to me tonight! He said to him: Speak! 17 Samuel said: When you were small in your own eyes, you became head of the tribes of Israel, and the Lord anointed you king over Israel. 18 And the Lord sent you away and said: Go and smite these sinners, the Amalekites, with bans and war against them until you make an end of them! 19 Why then did you not obey the Lord's words, but threw yourself upon the captives and did what was evil in the Lord's eyes? 20 Then Saul said to Samuel: I have obeyed the word of the Lord and have gone the way the Lord sent me; I have brought Agag, the king of Amalek, here and struck Amalek with ban. 21 But the people took from the captured cattle and sheep, the best of the forbidden, to sacrifice to the Lord your God in Gilgal. 22 Then Samuel said: Surely the Lord has as much pleasure in burnt offerings and sacrifices as in obedience to the Lord's words? No, obedience is better than sacrifice, obedience better than the fat of rams; 23 for obstinacy is no better than the sin of sorcery, and defiance is like idolatry. Because you have rejected the word of the Lord, he has rejected you, so you will not be king

Then Moses built an altar and called it: "The Lord is my banner." Then he said: "A hand is stretched out from the Lord's throne! The Lord will fight against Amalek from generation to generation" 2 M 17,16.

On their way from slavery in Egypt to the Promised Land, Canaan, the Israelites camped at Rephidim. In 2 M 17, 9 ff it is said that Amalek came and fought against Israel. Moses asked Joshua to select a crew to fight against Amalek. Joshua did as Moses had asked and fought against Amalek. The next day Moses went with the staff of God in his hand and ascended to the top of the hill. As long as Moses kept his hand up, Israel had the upper hand, but when he let his hand drop, Amalek got the upper hand.
When Moses' hands became heavy, Aaron and Hur took a stone and placed it under him. Mosses sat on it and Aaron and Hur supported his hands, one on each side. Thus his hands remained still until the sun went down. At the same time Joshua struck Amalek and his people with the edge of the sword.
The Lord commanded Moses to write this down in a book. It was also to be imprinted in Josva's ears. For the Lord would completely wipe out the memory of Amalek from all over the earth.

Here King Saul was given a golden opportunity to carry out God's clear will, as Amalek was God's enemy. At the same time, in New Testament terminology

It is a picture of the flesh. Which is something that God opposes to us humans.

Crazy. 5. 16 Therefore I say: Live according to the things of the spirit, so that you will not satisfy the lust of the flesh.
17 For the flesh lusts against the spirit, and the spirit against the flesh. These stand against each other, so that no one will do as he pleases.

But Saul's task was the following:
“Go now and smite Amalek, and smite all that is his; do not spare him, but kill both man and woman, both child and suckling, both ox and sheep, both camel and donkey."

It says that Saul did not do this. On the contrary, the scripture says:
"Saul struck down the Amalekites and pursued them from Havilah to near Shur, which is on the east of Egypt. And he took Agag the king of Amalek captive alive, and he smote all the people with bans, and slew them with the edge of the sword. But Saul and the people spared Agag and the best and second best of the flocks and herds and the lambs - all that looked good - and would not ban them; but all cattle that were mean and wretched, they banished."

Think, this looked very spiritual. They spared what was good, but what was bad. It was killed, just as God had said.

Unfortunately, this is also the case today among believers.
They warn against Pink Competence and Pride. All of which is of course against scripture.
But remarriage and carnal works inwardly among the faithful are "spared!"
This is not in accordance with scripture and God's will.
We read about what the Apostle Paul did when he preached.

Ap.jj 20. 27 For I have held nothing back, but have declared the whole purpose of God to you.
1930 translation:
Ap.jj 20. 27 for I held nothing back, but preached to you the whole counsel of God.

This is exactly what Christianity in Norway and the Western world is like.
Where one among the evangelical Christians jumps over everything that is unpleasant for the believers. While the unsaved are to be spared, and that at once!
What an enormous hypocrisy!

The judgment against King Saul was very harsh, there was not much value in saving the best and second best. On the contrary, the sentence became all the more severe.

We read about Jesus, who said much the same thing.

Matt. 5. 19 Whoever breaks one of the least of these commandments, and who teaches others to do the same, shall be the least in the kingdom of heaven. But whoever keeps my commandments, and teaches others to do the same, will be called great in the kingdom of heaven.
20 For I say that unless your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.”

We see the same thing again and again. That the standard that God has given for his children is being overlooked. But as a "competence" for this. Attacks another with tremendous strength. This is hypocrisy, and that is exactly what the Pharisees and Saul did.

Pink competence and remarriage among believers.
Pride movement and sin among the faithful.

It is not "wrong" to attack what is extreme.
But it is like "sparing" the believers from sin that is against his will and word.
This confrontation against sin among believers is under great pressure today!

Many - not so few. They are like a quick writer's stylus in speaking against what the children of the world do about sin. But when they come to believers – their sin.
Are they dumb as oysters, This is a serious self-deception we see today!

Final comment:



What we see today is true. Is nothing else than what King Saul did. By not following the Lord's word as it is. To the point, the debts are also made within the congregation.

Psalm 119. 4 You have given your commandments so that one will keep them carefully.

I am more and more convinced that we are living in the end times where the church in Laodicea is unfortunately the church of the seven epistles.
It is the spiritual condition that makes itself more and more apparent.

Joh. Rev. 3. 14 "To the messenger of the church in Laodicea you shall write: (This says he who is Amen, the faithful and true witness - the beginning of God's creation).
16 Therefore, because you are lukewarm and neither cold nor hot, I will spew you out of my mouth!
17 For you say: I am rich, I have in abundance, and I need nothing. Because you don't see that you are poor, pitiful, poor, blind and naked.
18 I will advise you to buy from me gold purified in fire, and a white robe so that you may be clothed so that you will not expose the shame of your nakedness, and salve for your eyes so that you may see.
19 Whom I love, I reprove and discipline. Therefore, be eager and repent!
20 For, look! — I stand in front of the door and knock. And if anyone hears my voice and opens the door for me, I will go in to have m and have a meal with him, and he with me.
21 To him who overcomes I will grant to sit with me on my throne, just as I also overcame and sat down with my Father on his throne.
22 He who has ears - listen to what the spirit says in the congregation!"

lørdag 1. april 2023

No. 1617: Pastor Jan Aage Torp gets an audience with Pope Francis, it will be Pastor Ulf Ekman who vouched for Torp, as there has been strong controversy with Torp being divorced and remarried, which is against what the Catholics teach!

No. 1617:

Pastor Jan Aage Torp gets an audience with Pope Francis, it will be Pastor Ulf Ekman who vouched for Torp, as there has been strong controversy with Torp being divorced and remarried, which is against what the Catholics teach!


Pope Frans



 

Now on Maundy Thursday, Pastor Torp - alone - will meet Pope Francis himself.
He was not allowed to bring his new wife with him as we know that Catholics do not like remarried pastors.
This is a 2,000-year-old tradition, the Catholics claim that no one who is a clergyman or preacher should be remarried.
We know that Pastor Torp has remarried, it has caused shock waves within the Catholic Church that Pope Francis will accept such a man.

Pastor Ulf Ekman



Pastor Ulf Ekman vouched for Pastor Jan Aage Torp

It's one thing to have good friends. But big and powerful friends go a long way.
It will be the former Livets Ord Pastor in Uppsala Sweden who vouched for the now divorced and remarried Pastor Jan Aage Torp.

Catholics teach that marriage is a sacrament, therefore remarriage is not allowed.
The Catholics claim this is a 2,000-year-old tradition.

Pastor Jan Aage Torp, photo from the Søkelys website.

 



Ulf Ekman is now a very influential Catholic in the Vatican

Ulf Ekman himself is not divorced and remarried like Pastor Jan Aage Torp is.
Therefore, it was absolutely crucial that Ekman acted as an intermediary and vouched for Torp so that Pope Francis could receive Torp now on Maundy Thursday in his own audience.
Torp, who speaks countless languages fluently, still has to have an interpreter as he knows neither Latin nor Italian.
The Pope himself speaks Spanish, as he is Argentine.
Torp does not speak any of these languages, so an interpreter will be present.
A male interpreter as the Vatican is uncertain about Torp's morals, it is claimed.
It considers the Vatican to be low which does not accept remarriage under any circumstances.

Jan Aage Torp should be honored by this, even though his good friend and mentor Jan Hanvold who has been divorced and remarried more times than Torp.
Claims that the Catholic Church is not a true church that does not accept remarriage.
Hanvold himself says it bluntly "to Hell with everyone who doesn't accept that I've been divorced and remarried many times!"

The meeting will take place in the Vatican itself in a room that only celebrated guests are allowed to enter
Photo from the Vatican taken by Evangelist and Bible teacher Jan Kåre Christensen when he visited Rome and the Vatican



 

Torp himself doesn't know how he reacts to this!

What will take place on Maundy Thursday is supposedly that Pope Francis will give Pastor Torp a wafer and real wine as a picture of Jesus' body and blood.
Where the wafer is an image of Jesus' body and the wine of his shed blood.

Jan Aage Torp's gift to Pope Francis is supposed to be a secret until Maundy Thursday!

The golf equipment worth 3 million that Torp got donated from an X member who sold his apartment on Sandaker here in Oslo and donated the sale to Pastor Torp






From reliable sources, the Himmelske Blogg has learned that it will be an expensive and exclusive golf set worth NOK 3 million that Torp received for his birthday from a rich X member who sold his apartment.
Where he donated the entire sum to Torp and his business.
Blue. he is said to have received this exclusive present at Theatercafeen in Oslo, handed over.
It is this top brand golf set, unused.
As now Pope French will get from Pastor Torp!
It will be exciting for the Pope to meet national celebrity and the man with cult status here in Norway for his battles against Evangelist and Bible teacher Jan Kåre Christensen.
Who pointed out that Torp did not live in accordance with Jesus and Paul's teaching!
Here from a picture from the trial that Torp brought against this Evangelist and Bible teacher who claimed the same as the Catholic Church that marriage is forever and ever. Until death separates, which Pastor Torp obviously hates and dislikes, appears.

Until death separates, which Pastor Torp obviously hates and dislikes, appears. Torp here goes against his own convictions by meeting Pope Francis. As I said, this is Pastor Torp's trademark. Hypocrisy and double standards!

 


Related Links:

http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2018/10/no-1720-clown-apostle-jan-aage-torp.html

 http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2018/10/no-1723-narreapostel-jan-aage-torp.html

 http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2019/02/no-1477-judicial-system-in-norway-is.html

 http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2019/04/no-1514-jan-aage-torp-has-throughout.html

lørdag 25. mars 2023

No. 1616: Prayer book - or notebook to write down prayers and thanksgivings!

No. 1616:

Prayer book - or notebook to write down prayers and thanksgivings!

You can buy the corresponding book here.
https://www.hermon.no/notatbok---morkebla---jer-2911

It is very helpful to write down prayers and needs.
It helps to concretize and get our wishes in order.
In that way, makes a thing easier for himself and God to work.

 



1 Cor. 14. 33 God is not a God of disorder, but a God of peace.

Feel free to write down the prayers point by point in the book

Or create a separate Word Document on data.
Or do both.
God loves concrete prayers, and thus He can answer us concretely.
We see throughout God's word that God is concrete, not least Jesus was very concrete.

There is no conclusion on this, but I would encourage the individual to write down point by point.
Preferably "too" many points, rather than too few!


Next, you can write when you received the prayer answer as a thank you topic.
The possibilities are many, so I encourage you to write them down.
Let it not be too much, and not too little.
Preferably with some key words, and with options about what you want God to do both.
Help with and where you yourself fall short.

Also, let yourself get a little personal about it all.
What is important to you, and less important.
Here there is a room for only you and God.
The promises are many, and the possibilities enormous with God and Jesus.

Here are pictures of my newly purchased prayer book




Takes a few words and promises. Spice it up with Bible verses that you feel are your own. There is something about letting the word of God and Christ dwell abundantly among us.
God's word and prayer make a powerful change.
Therefore, be concrete and specific in your prayers and points to God.

Here are some scriptures that you can use so that God will answer.
God wants us to believe him and experience him.
Heb. 11. 6 Without faith it is impossible to please him,* because whoever wants to get close to God must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who sincerely seek him. *God

Mark 11. 23 For this truth I say: If anyone says to this mountain: 'Be lifted up and thrown into the sea' without the slightest doubt in his heart, but believes that what he says can happen, it will be done for him.
24 Therefore I say: What you need, ask for it in faith, and it will be given to you as a result of it.

Joh.e. 15. 7 If you abide in me, my word will abide in you. Then you can ask for what you want, and it will happen.
8 And it is also to my Father's glory that you bear much fruit, for you are my disciples.
9 For as my Father loves me, so I also love you. Stay in my love.
10 If you keep my commandments, you will remain in my love, just as I also keep my Father's commandments and remain in his love.

Joh.e. 17. 14 I have given them your word, and the world hates them. For they are not of the world, just as I am not of this world.
15 I do not ask that you take them away from the world, but that you preserve them from the evil one.
16 For they are not of the world, just as I am not of the world.
17 Sanctify them in your truth. Your word is the truth.
18 As you sent me into the world, so I send them into the world.
19 I sanctify myself, that they also may be sanctified in the truth."

Heb. 4. 14 We have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens — Jesus, the Son of God — let us therefore stand firm in our confession.
15 For we do not have a high priest without the ability to sympathize with our weaknesses, but one who is put to the test in every way, just as we will be. And yet he is without sin.
16 So let us approach the throne of grace with boldness that we may receive mercy and find grace and help in due time.

Heb. 10. 19 Therefore, brothers, we have boldness to enter the Holy of Holies by the blood of Jesus.
20 For a new way to life has been inaugurated for us through the veil; that is, by his flesh.
21 We have a great priest over God's house.
22 Let us approach him with a sincere heart, and trusting in our faith have our hearts cleansed of our bad conscience and our bodies washed in pure water.
23 Let us stand firm in the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who gave the promise is faithful.
24 Let us inspire one another and incite to good works in love.
35 Therefore do not throw away your original boldness, for it will be richly rewarded!
36 But it is necessary that you persevere and do God's will to receive the promise.
37 For: 'Yet a little while longer and he will come, and he will come without delay.
38 For the righteous shall live by faith. But if he withdraws, my soul has no pleasure in him.'
39 But we do not withdraw and be annihilated! Because we believe in the salvation of the soul.

The list is getting long, I will only include a few more verses.
You can add verses, the list is almost endless with God's words and promises for us. Especially us Jesus believers.

2 Pet. 1. 3 By his divine power he has given us everything for a life of godliness and correct knowledge of him who called us to his glory and splendor.
4 By this we have received the greatest and most precious promise — that of partaking of the divine nature and of escaping the corruption that comes from the lusts of the world.
5 Precisely because of this, dere let all your doings be governed by your faith with praise and knowledge.
6 Knowledge leads to moderation, moderation leads to endurance and endurance to godliness.
7 The fear of God leads to care for the brothers, and care for the brothers to love.
8 For if you have an abundance of these things, you will neither be inactive nor be unfruitful in your correct knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ.

1 John b. 5. 14 You should have this boldness, that if you ask anything according to his will, he will hear you.
15 And if you know that he hears what you pray for, you know that you will have what is in the prayer you pray for.

Joel 2. 25 And I repay you the years when the swarmer ate up everything, and the licker and the scraper and the rodent, my great army, which I sent against you.

Joh.e. 16. 25 On that day you shall not ask me for anything. For this truth I say: Then my Father will give you what you have asked in my name.
26 Up to this time you have not asked for anything in my name. But ask, and you shall receive, and your joy shall be complete.
27 This I have spoken to you in images, but the time is coming when I shall not speak in images, but tell you plainly about my Father.
28 On that day you shall not pray in my name, for I say you shall pray to my Father.

Related links:

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http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2020/09/no-1537-all-of-gods-promises-gods.html

 http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2019/04/no-1509-intercession-still-for-me-and.html

 http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2018/12/no-1743-then-he-sends-rain-down-to-you.html


søndag 19. mars 2023

No. 1615: Spotter Ivar Haugsbakk with yet another low goal!

No. 1615:
Spotter Ivar Haugsbakk with yet another low goal!


I was baptized in the Holy Spirit with tongues that came by themselves.
A wonderful, important and great experience.
It is written in the following scriptures: "The Holy Spirit came upon them, and they spoke in tongues and prophesied." This is what I experienced!
I remember very well the first time I spoke in tongues and experienced the baptism of the Spirit, it was in my hometown Skudeneshavn on Karmøy. Right outside the old SR Bank, as shown in the picture.




I have written an article about this vile person who engages in regular heresy, explanation and mocks God and God's Spirit!
http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2022/02/no-1578-ivar-haugsbakk-who-teaches.html

This is what Haugsbakk writes:
https://www.dagen.no/korsets-seier/pinsebevegelsens-tungetale-er-ikke-noe-sprak-men-babbel/?fbclid=IwAR1AjMNvfflfvC7oRGbMV-17pjafq9p9meMPIaepXGqU-Iiiz74Q0voNNjI

Pine leader Daniel Alm on the trend of speaking in tongues: - Anyone who wants to can speak in tongues (Korsets Sier 03.03.2022).

Anyone who wants to can speak in tongues? That is how it has become in the Pentecostal charismatic movement, where what they call speaking in tongues has become an act of the will. Speaking in tongues, or more precisely "speaking in a tongue in a language", is the gift of the Spirit to speak a human language with meaning (1 Cor 14:10) - a language one does not know in the first place. But the "tongues" of the Pentecostal movement is not a language at all, but rather a kind of repetitive incomprehensible words.

Everything that is right has a flip side. It is of course correct what Haugsbakk claims. There are many unhealthy and unbiblical relationships with those who speak in tongues.

It is as Haugsbakk claims that those who are taught to speak in tongues, it is not healthy and biblical. But to claim that speaking in tongues is Babel is only a scoffer and a deceived person who does.

We read so wonderfully what happened on the day of Pentecost

Ap.jj 2. 1 When the day of Pentecost came, they were all* gathered in the same place. *the twelve, verses 1:26 , 2:4 , 2:7
2 Then it happened that suddenly there came a sound from the heavens, like a mighty stormy wind. And it filled the whole house where they stayed.
3 Then they saw what looked like tongues of fire. They were distributed so that they sat one on each of them.
4 Then they were all* filled with the Holy Spirit, and they began to speak in foreign tongues, according as they were given utterance by the Spirit. *the twelve, verses 1:26 , 2:4 , 2:7

Here we read so wonderfully, they were all filled with the Holy Spirit. And began to speak in foreign tongues, which Haugsbakk mockingly says is Babel.

Furthermore, we read the same thing in Kornelius's house

Ap.jj 10. 44 While Peter was still speaking, the Holy Spirit fell on all who heard the message.
45 The circumcised believers who were with Peter were amazed that the gift of the Holy Spirit had also been poured out on them from the nations.
46 They heard that they spoke in tongues, and that they exalted God.
47 To that Peter asked: "Can anyone deny them the baptism of water when they have also received of the Holy Spirit?"
48 Then he commanded that they should be baptized in the Lord's name. Then they asked them to stay with them for a few days.

Here we read the same thing, they were filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke in tongues which the scoffer Haugsbakk claims is Babel. There are millions who have experienced the same thing afterwards. Both among the first Christians and up to today. Throughout 2000 years there are people who have experienced the same thing that the scoffer claims is Babel.

We read the same thing about John's disciples experiencing the same thing

Ap.jj 19. 7 It happened while Apollos was in Corinth: Paul traveled through the upper districts and came to Ephesus. There he met some of the disciples.
8 Then he asked: "Did you receive the Holy Spirit when you came to faith?" They answered, "We have never heard of any holy spirit!"
9 Then he asked: "But how were you baptized?" And then they answered him: "With John's baptism."
10 Then Paul said: "John indeed baptized a baptism of repentance, but he told the people that they must believe in him who came after him, in Christ Jesus."
11 When they heard this, they were baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus.
12 As Paul laid his hands on them, the Holy Spirit came upon them, and they spoke in tongues and prophesied.
13 All the men together were about twelve.

All people of all times who have received the baptism of the Spirit have spoken in tongues. The following is clearly stated here: "Paul laid his hands on them, the Holy Spirit came upon them, and they spoke in tongues and prophesied."
It is this that has filled everyone who has experienced this great and wonderful experience and gift. Blue. speaking in new tongues, the gift of tongues they have not learned in any other way than by receiving this supernaturally.

Is it necessary to warn against Ivar Haugsbakk and his teaching?

For those of us who have experienced this, Haugsbakk is a fool. We know that he is in the business of destroying the faith.

1 Hour. 6. 20 Timothy, take care of what has been entrusted to you! Avoid ungodly talk and such contradictory teachings as are falsely called knowledge.
21 Those who preach them have strayed from the faith. Grace be with you. Amen

He is within here the Apostle Paul speaks of:
"Such contradictory doctrines as are falsely called canncabinet. Strayed away from the faith.”

It is the newly saved and those who seek this experience.
For whom this preaching is dangerous.
That is why I warn against him and his errant teachings.

I am afraid that just as the serpent tricked Eve with his cunning, your thoughts have also been led astray, away from the sincere and pure devotion to Christ.
The whole premise of Haugsbakk's teaching is poisoned.
In his own words, he exposes himself as a liar.
Who twists the scriptures, to their own and others' downfall.

We end this short article by telling about my own Spirit Baptism experience!

I was saved on January 25, 1981. But in the beginning as a believer my spiritual growth was slow. It really doesn't matter that things take time.
That's how it was for me.
But then the spiritual longing began to accelerate.
Blue. I joined Finn Arne Lauvås in meetings around.
Where I was with him at meetings in Nedstrand, Kopervik, Norheim and Sævelandsvik (Åkrehamn) in various Free Friends congregations.

This was April 1982 after me and Finn Arne had been to a meeting at Saron in Sævelandsvik.
I don't remember the exact date, but I'm pretty sure it was mid-April 1982.
We chatted together and I told her that I felt something very pressing inside me.
Then Finn Arne said that I should just "let it go", this was Jesus and the Holy Spirit working.
With others not from myself, but it was God himself with his Spirit who worked.

I can remember that Finn Arne had a station wagon to have the sound equipment in the back of the car. I then got off at a square in Skudeneshavn where the SR bank was then located.
Crossed the road and stopped. Then for the first time I spoke in new tongues fluently.
It came completely by itself, and there I was baptized in the Holy Spirit and tongues flowed over my lips. A streak and a strength that I did not have from myself, but from God.
Since then, in April 1982 I have been a tongue speaker, hallelujah!

That I pushed myself in any way was taught by someone. Is as far away from reality as it is possible to get.
It pressed on inside me, and I just "let it go" and it came completely by itself. All glory to God and Lamme!

 http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2018/12/1744-gift-of-tongues-its-use-and.html

onsdag 22. februar 2023

No. 1614: Jesus will give life and abundance, while the Thief will only steal, kill and destroy!

No. 1614:
Jesus will give life and abundance, while the Thief will only steal, kill and destroy!


The thief is here the evil one – Satan – as described by Jesus.
It is one of his many names and attributes.
Illustration image



https://blog.janchristensen.net/2021/03/nr-2830-hvert-sted-i-setter-eders-fot.html
https://blog.janchristensen.net/2020/09/nr-2748-alle-guds-lfter-guds.html

Joh.e. 10. 10 The thief comes to steal, kill and destroy. I have come that they may have life, and they may have it abundantly.

Jesus refers to Satan here as a thief, and he really is. What does the Thief want?
Jesus says it himself here; "steal, kill and destroy!"

What does it mean to steal? Here from Wikipedia.
Theft refers to unjustifiably taking someone else's things in order to obtain an advantage for oneself in that way. In §321 of the Norwegian Penal Code, this is stated as follows:
Theft is punishable by anyone who takes an object belonging to another, with the intention of obtaining an unjustified gain for himself or others by selling, consuming or otherwise appropriating it.

Satan really does not own any worldly things. But God has given us humans stewardship responsibility for this earth, and the things that are on earth.
This is where the Thief (Satan) operates.

Satan's goal is to make things uncomfortable, not make things easy!

Everyone has experienced being exposed to something unpleasant. In the form of theft, abuse, bad treatment etc.
That is how Tyven operates.
Does not create anything of its own, but robs others who have created and done something.
Who is in possession of something that is his, that the Thief wants.

We read about the evil one's fight against Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden!

What do we see there?
Satan will always disturb, mislead and ultimately make that which God will give us.
Or has given us, is robbed from us.
If we are robbed and end up with darkness reigning where light should have reigned.
God had placed Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, where they were to rule and were Blessed.

Satan will exchange the good, the right and that which is for the best for us. With evil, that which robs us of joy and that which is for the worst for us.

There are two opposites, God and Satan. We read about how Satan seduced Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and this is how he works today as well. The tactics are the same, to deceive and play us so that we follow His evil purposes. Not God's plan and will!

Genesis 3. 1. But the serpent was more cunning than all the animals of the field that God the Lord had made, and it said to the woman: Did God really say: You shall not eat from any tree in the garden? 2 And the woman said to the serpent: We can eat of the fruit of the trees in the garden; 3 but about the fruit of the tree that is in the middle of the garden, God has said: You shall not eat of it nor touch it, for then you shall die. 4 Then the serpent said to the woman: You shall not surely die; 5 for God knows that on the day you eat of it, your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God and know good and evil. 6 And the woman saw that the tree was good to eat from, and that it was a delight to the eyes, and that it was a beautiful tree, since one could gain understanding from it, and she took the fruit and ate; and she brought her husband with her, and he ate. 7 Then the eyes of both were opened, and they saw that they were naked, and they fastened fig leaves together and tied them around their waists. 8 And they heard God the Lord walking in the garden, when the day had grown cool; and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the Lord God among the trees of the garden. 9 Then God the Lord called Adam and said to him: Where are you? 10 And he answered: I heard you in the garden; then I was afraid, because I was naked, and I scowled. 11 Then he said: Who told you that you are naked? Do you have one of the three that I forbade you to eat? 12 And Adam said: The woman whom you gave me to be with me, she gave me of the tree, and I ate. 13 Then the Lord God said to the woman: What have you done! And the woman said: The serpent deceived me, and I ate. 14 Then God the Lord said to the serpent: Because you have done this, you shall be cursed among all cattle and among all wild animals. On your belly you shall crawl, and dust you shall eat all the days of your life. 15 And I will put enmity between you and the woman and between your seed and her seed; it shall bruise your head, but you shall bruise its heel.

Satan's goal is obvious, to deceive people and make them believe something other than what God has said.

This is how he operates today too, make us humans believe the lie rather than the truth.
Here Eva was first seduced, it says what she did.
"The woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was a delight to the eyes, and that it was a beautiful tree, since one could gain understanding from it, and she took the fruit and ate."

Scripture clearly warns against this, we read in 1 Joh.b. 2. 15 Do not love the world or anything that is of the world. For whoever loves the things of this world cannot have our Father's love in him.
16 For all that is of the world — the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eyes, and inflated pride of one's own means, is not of our Father, but of the world.
17 That which is of the world shall be taken away with its lust. But he who does the will of God shall endure for ages.

Here we see that what the Apostle warns against was a trap for Adam and Eve.
It isthe same trap and temptations for us today allow. As it has always been.
We read in verse 16 in particular: "the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eyes, and inflated pride of one's own means."

Many of us remember a song from Sunday school where it was called "Be careful, little eye, what you see", "little ear, what you hear", "little mouth, what you say", "little foot, where you goes" and "little heart, what do you think".

This is basic knowledge in the face of the enemy. We give him access by opening ourselves up to his thought pattern.
Second, our feelings, and what we allow ourselves to both see and hear.

The Evil One will still rob us of what God will give us. Therefore, we must be aware that there are two polar opposites. Which in turn will gain influence and control over us.

Col. 1. 13 He has freed us from the powers of darkness, and he will lead us to his kingdom through the love of his Son.
1930 the translation Col. 1. 13 he who freed us from the power of darkness and transferred us into the kingdom of his beloved Son,

Apparently, it may seem that Jesus' words that he will give us life, and abundance. While the Thief comes to steal, kill and destroy votes. Da Tyven/Satan has so much to offer. As the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eye.
Or as it says in the 1930 translation here.
1 John b. 2. 16 for all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eyes and grandeur of life, is not of the Father, but of the world.

When we allow the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eyes and our pride to rule us, it leads directly to what the Thief wants.
We must then do something about this, as Tyven wants. The scriptures give clear and good advice.
Here is one of many:

2 Cor. 10. 3 For though we live in the flesh, we do not strive after the flesh.
4 The weapons of war that we use are not of the flesh, but of the power of God, the one who can pull down strongholds.
5 For we will tear down mental buildings and all fences that rise against the knowledge of God. We capture every thought that is not of obedience to Christ.
6 And we are ready to punish all disobedience until you are fully obedient.

Jesus creates change, joy and life.
But one can compare this to passing a glass filled with something good to drink.
You have to choose to drink yourself, in order for there to be benefit and pleasure from it.
It is the same for us, we ourselves must choose to do something with what God has given us in Christ Jesus.

Final comment:

That Jesus will give us life, life in abundance.
Jesus himself said it "I have come that they may have life, and they may have it more abundantly."
At the same time, it does not come automatically. We must choose for ourselves whether it is Jesus' influence that will apply.
Or it is the opposite power that will gain influence.
Jesus himself said this; "The thief comes to steal, kill and destroy."
Who is this Thief? Obviously our enemy Satan.
There are two opposite poles here, each with its own alternative.
The choice is ours who will rule and rule in our lives.
Scripture says:
Room. 6. 16 Do you not know that when you present yourselves as slaves, as slaves you must be obedient - either to the sin that leads to death, or you are obedient to righteousness.
17 And by God's grace you are not slaves to sin, but wholeheartedly obedient to the form of teaching that has been handed down to you.
18 You have been freed from sin and are slaves to righteousness.

Here we meet this in scripture again. We arrive at the finished table.
But there is a catch to it all. We must accept this by believing this, then a surrender to God's good will is required.
This is also the case with what Tyven has to offer.
You have to accept lies as truth. Live according to what is really the easiest thing for us humans as we are born in sin and thrive in sin. We are basically on Tyvens' side, who will show us everything.
Above all, it is the Eternal life in Christ Jesus that he wants to rob us of.
Second, everything in this world that is most important is to do God's will and live according to God's good word. Live by the Good Book!
Life and abundance, what is this really? Enter Christ and live according to His teachings!
What is the opposite?
It is not really following Jesus, receiving him. Because if you do not accept Jesus, you will never gain access to this life, the scriptures teach!

1 John b. 5. 10 He who believes in the Son of God has the testimony in him. But he who does not want to believe God on this makes him a liar, because he does not want to believe the testimony God has given about his Son.
11 And this is God's testimony: That he gives eternal life, and that this life is through the Son.
12 He who has the Son has life. But he who does not have the Son of God does not have life either.
13 I write this so that you will believe in the name of the Son of God, and so that you will know that you will have eternal life through faith in the name of the Son of God.

1930 the translation 1 Joh.b. 5. 10 He who believes in the Son of God has the testimony in himself; he who does not believe God has made him a liar; for he has not believed the testimony which God has given his Son. 11 And this is the testimony that God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. 12 He that hath the Son hath life t; whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life. 13 I have written this to you so that you may know that you have eternal life, you who believe in the name of the Son of God.

The basic text also says roughly the following freely translated:
10 He who believes in the Son of God has the testimony within himself; he who does not believe God has made him a liar; for he has not believed the testimony which God has testified about his Son. 11 This is the testimony that God has given us the Son, this eternal life is in his Son and no one else 12 He who has the Son, he has this eternal life. Whoever does not have the Son of God, he does not have this eternal life! 13 I have written this to you so that you may know that you have eternal life who believe in the Name (Jesus) of the Son of God. The name of God's son (Jesus.)


mandag 13. februar 2023

No. 1613: How to behave as a Jesus believer in the face of difficult, narcissistic and lying people, what does the scripture say?

No. 1613:

How to behave as a Jesus believer in the face of difficult, narcissistic and lying people, what does the scripture say?


God's guidance is not really that difficult. God leads us through his word, through his Spirit, through people and circumstances. In extra ordaining cases angels and by hearing God's voice clearly. But not only hearing, but also doing is the essence and the important thing.
Even a donkey can be used by God as with Balaam, but the usual is primarily through the word of God, our conscience, through the circumstances and other people.
Illustration image with a mouth, as God's speech is in different ways as mentioned here. Well, that is the topic of this article.


All believers face challenges repeatedly in dealing with people who are ruled by forces other than God.
And has an attitude that is challenging, difficult and narcissistic.

As a believer, I would argue that we are generally trained and brought up to be too permissive. Give in to evil and evil persons. Scripture also says this.

Matt. 5. 43 "You have heard that it is said: 'You shall love your neighbor' and hate your enemy. Leviticus 19:18
44 But I say: Love your enemies, speak well of those who hate you and pray for those who slander and persecute you. For in this way you can show that you are sons of your Father in heaven.
45 For when the sun rises, it rises on both the evil and the good, and when it rains, it rains on both the just and the unjust.
46 For if you love only those who love you, what reward do you deserve? Don't the tax foots do the same?
47 And if you only greet your brothers, what do you do more than others? Don't the tax foot also do the same?
48 Therefore be mature, for your Father in heaven is mature."

This is important, and right. Turn the other cheek, don't catch up. But scripture also teaches other ways to deal with injustice. It is not always right to always give in, turn the other cheek.
Let me take a few more scriptures that deal with this.

Ephesus. 5. 8 Before you were in darkness. But now you are in the Lord's light. Then also live as a child of light.
9 For the fruit of the spirit consists of goodness, righteousness and truth.
10 Consider what pleases the Lord!
11 Do not become part of the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather expose them.
12 But it is a shame just to talk about what happens in secret.
13 For everything is revealed and revealed by the light, and everything that is revealed is by the light.
14 Therefore he has said: 'Awake, you who sleep! Rise from the dead.' Let Christ shine for you! ISA 26,19

Col. 4. 3 Let me reveal it as I should speak.
4 Behave wisely among outsiders. Buy yourselves time.
5 Let your speech be gracious, and seasoned with salt, that you may know how you ought to answer each one.

Here the scripture says, on the contrary, we should turn the other cheek, but rather rebuke and expose the works of darkness

Looking back at small and large events in my life. Where, unfortunately, all too often I have accepted what certain difficult, narcissistic and lying people have come at me with. Then, unfortunately, I didn't take up the fight, but gave in.
This is what I would call the "Christianity syndrome!" that one turns the other cheek in time and out of time.
Scripture also says, rebuke, speak against and do not always accept injustice and evil people's actions and behavior.

Think e.g. what I did to Unibuss who made outright false and lying accusations against me.
That I played loud Christian music, which was not true at all.
https://blog.janchristensen.net/2023/02/nr-3178-det-var-dokumentert-av.html

Then I stood with the "Santa's hat" in my hand, and accepted what these liars came up with.
Think this is synonymous and common among us believers?
Where time after time we are far too lenient in the face of evil and evil people. We do not take up the fight, and fight and stand for what we know and believe is right.

Important and necessary to always be led by the Holy Spirit for us believers, in all situations of life!

Actually believe that God will and can lead us as believers in absolutely all situations and events in life. Then God will guide us in accordance with his own word, not only that. But the Lord will give us advice with his eye, it says in the scriptures.

Psalm 32. 8 I will teach you and show you the way you should walk; I will advise you with my eye. 9 Do not be like the horse and the mule, which have no understanding! Their jewelry is empty and sloppy to compel them with; they will not come near you.

There are many stories from God's word that come to mind. One of them is when King David fought against the Philistines. How God led him.

1 Chron 14. 8 When the Philistines heard that David had been anointed king over all Israel, they all went out to get hold of him. But David got the hang of it and went out to meet them. 9 The Philistines came and spread out over the valley of Rephaim. 10 Then David asked God for advice: "Shall I go against the Philistines? Will you hand them over to me?” And the Lord answered: “Just go up; I will give them into your power.” 11 Then David went up to Ba'al-Perasim, and there he smote them. Then he said: “God has broke through the enemy's ranks by my hand as water breaks through a dam." Therefore this place is called Ba'al-Perasim. 12 There the Philistines left their idols, and David ordered them to be burned.
     13 But the Philistines went out once more and spread out across the valley. 14 Then David asked God for advice again, but he answered: "You shall not follow straight after them, but take a detour so that you come upon them opposite the beca trees. 15 When you hear the sound of footsteps above the treetops, go to battle. For then God has gone out before you to smite the army of the Philistines.” 16 David did as God commanded him, and he defeated the Philistine army and pursued it from Gibeon to Gezer. 17 David's reputation reached all countries, and the Lord made it so that all nations were afraid of him.

God does not always lead us the same way every time, even if we have the same enemy!

As I have pointed out, we as believers are in the vast majority of cases far too lenient towards our opponents. By all means, this is correct in many cases. The scripture says, among other things to turn the other cheek and go the extra mile.
This walking 1 mile was something that in Jesus' time every citizen was required to do to help the Roman soldiers with their equipment when they needed help. This was approx. 1.6 Km. Jesus said, go double!

Sometimes it is right to be "defiant" and stand up for what is right.
Scripture says:

Heb. 11. 23 By faith Moses hid
24 By faith, after he had grown up, Moses refused to say that he was the son of Pharaoh's daughter.
25 He preferred to have to suffer with God's people rather than have a momentary joy in the pleasure of sin.

We see here that both Moses' parents and Moses himself put themselves on the "hind legs" in the face of what was imposed on them and expected. Like the word that says about Moses,
"By faith, after he had grown up, Moses refused to say that he was the son of Pharaoh's daughter."

It is when he had grown up that he REFUSED!

Looking back on my life and ministry. So this with being able to "vary" and the ability to say no when you have to. And yes, when it has to be said. It is not easy, as one is so easily influenced both by the circumstances and by having what I would call the "Christian syndrome!" Where one accepts far too much, and is too permissive.
I'm not saying it's wrong sometimes.
But we can learn from King David, who asked God for advice every time the enemy attacked.
We read in 1 Chronicles 14 that David attacked first, and won the victory.
The second time he used cunning, and won.
Likewise for us believers, we must ask God for wisdom and the ability to be led by God and his Spirit.
http://www.janchristensen.net/artiklerhoved.php?side=how-to-be-led-by-the-holy-spirit

I know the importance of being led by the Holy Spirit is crucial!

Unfortunately, I have made a number of mistakes here as well, which both I and you who read this should and can learn from.
It is when God speaks about something, then one must stand firm in this.
Don't back down, but stand firm. Abide in what you have learned says Paul to Timothy.
The same can be said for us today.

God has time after time either spoken to me, guided me or in other ways revealed his will.

This with God's leadership is not really that difficult. Then God will reveal his will and way for his children. The scriptures speak of this again and again.
But my experience is that the most difficult thing is to implement what God has spoken and shown me.
I think this is true for all believers!

God is tender and careful when he leads us most of the time!

We read in Psalm 34 that he gives us advice with his eye. We know that the eye is the most vulnerable and delicate place on the body. Just a small piece of debris is enough to impair vision. As soon as the eye feels attacked, we close it automatically.

It is therefore completely wrong to think that we will get writing on the wall and hear God's will like King Belshazzar in Daniel 5. This can happen, but the "normal" is small hints either through God's word, by God's indictment, by other people or circumstances happen as God shows his way!

Final comment:


Finally, I would like to tell here how God led us as a family when my wife and I were relatively newly married and had only had our 2 girls.
We had bought a relatively small two-room apartment in Vestli here in the capital.
It was too small for us, and we asked God to help us get a bigger apartment.
I was at the Library at Stovner and read the newspaper Vårt Land.
It was there in the Bill newspaper. Branded apartment 4-room apartment for rent.
I called right away and came for a viewing. This was obviously God's will.
But then for various reasons I managed to squander this opportunity.
That is how God leads, and it is important then to follow God's leadership and be steadfast. Here through the circumstances.
Unfortunately, far too many times I have been led by God, but have not followed God's leading. I have tried to learn lessons, and you who are reading this.
Take lessons, and follow God's leading all the way.
Not only at the beginning, but also throughout and at the end. You will profit from this, and God's way and leadership is always the right one give the best!

Related links:
http://www.janchristensen.net/artiklerhoved.php?side=how-to-be-led-by-the-holy-spirit

søndag 29. januar 2023

No. 1612: The Christians let go of the sin of non-believers - but treat sin and that which violates the Scriptures among the believers by saying that "the blood of Jesus" covers sin from which one has not repented

No. 1612:

The Christians let go of the sin of non-believers - but treat sin and that which violates the Scriptures among the believers by saying that "the blood of Jesus" covers sin from which one has not repented


God allowed Jan Hanvold (pictured) to be sent among the believers, to see who follows the Lord 100% or compromises with God's word.
http://jan-hanvolds-blogg-usminket.janchristensen.net/

 


This is hypocrisy and unbiblical!

Matt. 5. 13 “You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its power, how can it regain its salt content? Then it is not usable for anything other than being thrown out and being trampled by people.”
14 “You are the light of the world. A city situated on a hill cannot be kept hidden.
15 Nor does anyone light a lamp to keep it hidden under a measuring vessel*. You put it in a candle holder so that it gives light to everyone in the house. *modios = bushel, approx. 20 litres
16 In the same way, let your light shine before men, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven."

We are dealing with a righteous God!

When you actually listen to most Christian preachers and what is conveyed among the faithful. Then it is partly a form of a God who is very gracious towards believers. Because "the blood of Jesus" and everything else "protects" the believers.
While children of the world, God only gets "angrier" and more resentful.

Scripture does not say so. Just listen:
1 Pet. 4. 17 For the time of judgment shall begin with the house of God! But if we are to be first, then what about those who towards the end disobey God's message?
18 For: 'If it is difficult for the righteous to be saved, how will it fare with the wicked and sinners?' WORD 11,31
19 And therefore he who must suffer according to God's will, must surrender his soul to good works in faithfulness to the Creator.

The judgment does not begin with the children of the world, but with the Christians!

Today's preachers and otherwise the faithful are really making a big, big mistake here.
One overlooks sins among the believers, but one overfocuses on the non-believers.
We must have realized that the non-believers are in darkness, and they are ruled by the God of this World in one and all!
They are hopelessly lost, and live a life essentially completely at the mercy of their Lord.
The scriptures are clear on who this is, it is actually the Darkest Prince Satan.

Here are some scriptures that cover what I am saying here:

2 Cor. 4. 4 For the god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see that the light of the glory in the message of Christ, who is in the image of God, shall shine before them.

Ephesus. 2. 1 You also were dead in your trespasses and sins.
2 For formerly you lived according to the spirit of the age of this world, according to the spirit which is of the prince of the air, which now works in the sons of disobedience.
3 In the past you also lived according to the lust of the flesh. You followed the will and thought of the flesh. By nature you were children of wrath, as were the rest of us.

Ap.jj 26. 18 You will open their eyes and turn their darkness into light. You will lead them away from Satan's powers to God so that they will be forgiven of their sins. Then you will receive an inheritance among the saints who have believed in me.'

Col. 1. 13 He has freed us from the powers of darkness, and he will lead us to his kingdom through the love of his Son.

People who live in darkness and in the light, shouldn't the same be demanded of them?

God is a just God, but the Christians do so many strange things.
It is deafening to see how they demand one and the other from the children of darkness. But they can get themselves to do most things themselves.
Mention an e.g. that remarriage for believers is a sin.
Unfortunately, most people then hear that "the blood of Jesus" covers this.
But it does not, as one must repent before being forgiven.
God he then clearly says in his own word that believers if they are divorced.
They must either reconcile or live single. Do they do something else, by finding a new partner.
Then the scripture says it clearly. That one engages in fornication.
This, then, is the scripture's testimony and clear words.

Luke 16. 18 “Whoever leaves his wife to marry another commits adultery. Also anyone who marries a woman who has been left by her husband commits adultery.”

Room. 7. 1 You are not ignorant, brothers - and I speak to you who know the law - that the law has dominion over a man while he lives.
2 A woman who has a husband is bound to him, but if her husband dies, she is released from her husband's law.
3 If her husband is alive and she stays with another, she shall be called an adulteress. But if her husband dies, she is free from his law and is not an adulteress if she stays with another man.

1 Cor. 7. 10 To a spouse I command by the Lord: A woman shall not leave her husband.
11 But if she leaves him, she must either live in abstinence or be reunited with her husband. And a man shall not leave his wife.

Final comment


It is really strange and incomprehensible how one abuses "Jesus' blood", grace, forgiveness, etc. What we see here among the majority of the Christian congregations here in Norway, unfortunately, is the teaching of the Nicolaitans.
Congregant ten in Ephesus had to fight against this heresy, today's Christian congregations live in many ways so that this is included!

What then is the teaching of the Nicolaitans?

Or Balaam's teaching which is really a variant of the same matter.

I have written something about this in my Bible commentaries from John Revelation
2. 6 But you should have the praise that you hate the works of the Nicolaitans, as I myself do.
If there were things that were lacking in the intimate community relationship, they still held God's word dear. The works of the Nicolaitans are actually what the Apostle John went against in his first letter. That one can sin with the body but still be a living believer. This, in brief, is what the works of the Nicolaitans are; to sin with the body but still be forgiven and live with the Lord. This is of course heresy when sin is widely accepted both in our lives and in the church.
(end of quote.)

It is this, that we believe in God's forgiveness and salvation.

But do not repent and live a Christian life worthy of God and Christ.
This, which is now so widespread among the faithful with i.a. so much remarriage and double standards among the faithful. These are the works or teachings of the Nicolaitans.

Really gets upset when one has to constantly excuse the believers' sin and lack of self-control. Where one apologizes again and again, e.g. remarry.
But other things that are also unbiblical are attacked most strongly.
The scriptures say if you have broken one of God's commandments, you have broken them all.
There is no excuse for any sins. All disobedience is sin.
And one must repent, not just confess.
It is really foreign teaching that is spreading more and more!

Related links:
http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2019/11/no-1478-who-is-tv-vision-founder-and.html

 http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2011/09/emanuel-minos-and-co-are-like-bileam.html

 

fredag 27. januar 2023

No. 1611: The Planning and Building Agency is required by the Public Administration Act to respond - but they are notoriously breaking this law, but this is not acceptable and is criminal!

No. 1611:

The Planning and Building Agency is required by the Public Administration Act to respond - but they are notoriously breaking this law, but this is not acceptable and is criminal!


Unfortunately, there are no responsible people within the public sector who can take this up with the so-called case managers, unit managers, managers etc.
Even the State Administrator, the Oslo District Court, the Court of Appeal, the Oslo City Council and the Government at the Ministry of Local Government (they have different names at all times) do anything if you turn to them to win against this toxic and vile agency!

We have sent many questions to PBE, and have not received an answer in the vast majority of cases!

It would be far too long to list them, but here are some that you can visit at PBE's website.
And maybe we'll get some answers sooner or later?
This is a criminal and toxic agency that does not respond in general:
The whole agency is nauseating, that no one intervenes and looks at the conditions there is a mystery to me!
Norway's public administration is partially corrupt through and through, bad!
The thing is, there are also so many laws and regulations. That PBE uses everything they can against us.
When we use Norway's laws and laws and regulations against them. They get angry and usually don't answer.
It is absolutely terrible how low the public administration in Norway is.

https://innsyn.pbe.oslo.kommune.no/saksinnsyn/casedet.asp?mode=&caseno=201916175

https://innsyn.pbe.oslo.kommune.no/saksinnsyn/casedet.asp?mode=&caseno=202215996

https://innsyn.pbe.oslo.kommune.no/saksinnsyn/casedet.asp?mode=&caseno=202109878

https://innsyn.pbe.oslo.kommune.no/saksinnsyn/casedet.asp?mode=&caseno=202217139

https://innsyn.pbe.oslo.kommune.no/saksinnsyn/casedet.asp?mode=&caseno=202216021

https://innsyn.pbe.oslo.kommune.no/saksinnsyn/casedet.asp?mode=&caseno=202215130

https://innsyn.pbe.oslo.kommune.no/saksinnsyn/casedet.asp?mode=&caseno=202013694

https://innsyn.pbe.oslo.kommune.no/saksinnsyn/casedet.asp?mode=&caseno=202217429

https://innsyn.pbe.oslo.kommune.no/saksinnsyn/casedet.asp?mode=&caseno=202008342



There are far more places, but this only illustrates which agency this is.
Incompetent, dishonest and toxic.
In order not to include all the cases, surely going to write something about this?
So I will only bring this matter here.
Where it looks like we first got this as a separate issue?
Then it's been slandered, at least it's gone from PBE's own website view.

Here is one of many emails we have sent without getting a reply:
Regarding case 201708173
Questions to PBE/Appeal to the State Administrator!
Oslo 21/1. 2023

House Krokstien 2 b has a slope outside the road.
As we have asked before not received an answer.
How can it be legal and not our wall when it is claimed that it is out in the roadway?

Etc
Berit and Jan Kåre Christensen
Krokstien 2 c
0672 Oslo

Here is the picture we included, and understand very well that they do not want to answer. Since they have been checked checkmate by us.


Final comment:


The Planning and Building Agency here in Oslo actually runs an illegal agency where they dig and roll things over like a drunken sailor.
They have no control over anything, and lie in every second sentence.
And they deal with decisions and fines that are completely out of control.
What is so bad is that nobody opposes them. They are allowed to continue like this.
I simply don't get it, the whole agency is toxic and lies constantly!
http://the-heavenly-blog.janchristensen.net/2023/01/no-1603-when-planning-and-building.html