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  • PrayerMan: boasting?
    • Ken Sublett (Login Ken.Sublett)
      Posted Apr 14, 2017 11:00 AM

      Those with a 20/20 vision to STEAL your property and make it musically idolatrous with lots of cash for the SENIOR staff (stiffs) STEAL agendas from others who are famous and sell lots of books.

      They warn you that "we gonna sow discord but we will be gentle and let YOU know what WE are gonna to to you."
      They enter into 40 days of prayer which in Scripture is God TESTING you and giving you lots of chances to repent.
      They claim that "a" spirit is telling them what to do.
      If they can get you involved in LORD LORD SAYING for 40 days then YOU are supposed to believe that A spirit is AFFIRMING the hidden agenda you you wouldn't want to tamper with the spirit, would you.

      The end product is to get you to take the MARK of the BEAST which is defined as A new style of music or Satyric (Pan, Cappella) drama. Other than those who were BREATHED into by God, a prophesier can READ the Text and be able to say "thus saith the Lord." Otherwise, prophesiers who are always females or wannabes are singers, clappers, players, shouters, huggers and kissers."

      Jesus has your ITINERARY all made up and ticked paid in full.

      Sara Barton uses the Song of Solomon

      defines the meaning of the Lord, Lord Sayers or those who picked the widow's purse for making long prayers or, in the Greek, long hymns.

      my pastoral impulse this week is to proclaim the message of the Song of Songs. And here’s why: We desperately need public, communal language about sex, and we have an oft-overlooked resource in the Bible.

      Song of Songs is unique in several ways, one of which is the fact that it’s the only place in Scripture where a woman’s voice leads the conversation (the woman speaks 61 of 117 verses). In light of what we’ve heard lately, it seems like a good time to let a wise woman speak about sexual activity that’s right and good, a woman who not only speaks but sings and shouts about intimate, sensual, erotic passion. And in all her talk about kissing, touching, tasting, and smelling, she does not offend with crass or vulgar language. She exemplifies how it’s possible to speak about sex and intimacy appropriately. We might do well to let her teach us a thing or two.

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      "In their trances and ecstasies, these prophets or dervishes were believed to be divinely possessed, to have access to more than human knowledge, to be able to pronounce oracles, and so on."

      "In the time of Saul, the companies of prophets were by no means completely edifying. They may, indeed, have been hang-overs of paganism. Samuel, as the spiritual leader of the time, seems to have attempted to guide their energies into the path of Yahvism, but it is difficult to say how much success he might have head."

      "Yet the prophets were an excellent tool. They had the capacity to stir and influence the people and they tended to be strongly nationalistic, ready always to serve as the backbone of resistance against foreign oppression. Samuel, as their head, could direct them to meet and join Saul. It was the support of the bands of prophets that was Samuel's practical contribution to the establishment of Sauls kingship." (Asimov's Guide to the Bible, p. 283).

      "Self-interest in social affairs made for self-indulgence in matters of religion. The northern sanctuaries were crowded with worshippers who, in the main, were rejoicing in the erotic religious rites that were the concomitant of a pagan Canaanite Baal worship.

      Prophets and priests associated with the sanctuaries profited from the lavish gifts of the worshippers, and naturally condoned these exercises in the name of religion, appearing completely oblivious to the conditions of rapid decay which lay immediately underneith the surface of social life." (Harrison, R. K., Introduction to the Old Testament, Eerdmans, p. 886)

      [O TIMOTHY editor, David Cloud: This is not a "God-sized dream"; it is the vision of the Harlot that John recorded in Revelation 17. [Lucado and Promise Keepers are] confused about the church. It certainly is not all the alleged Christian denominations. The focus on the New Testament Scriptures is upon the church as a local body of baptized believers organized according to the apostolic pattern for the fulfillment of the Great Commission. This is the church which is the pillar and ground of the truth (1 Tim. 3). To define the "church" as the denominations and to call for this hodgepodge of doctrinal and moral confusion "to stand together" is utter confusion. The denominations today are more akin to the Harlot of Revelation 17 than to the church of Jesus Christ.]

      And HER clergy are called Lusted-After fruits.

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