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The testimony of political repression as a therapeutic instrument.

For those who consider themselves to be "Christians". AND from the people. His Words. Hebrews THIS is a Sign. Come, buy wine and milk without money and without price. Why do you spend your money for that which is not bread, and your labor for that which does not satisfy? Listen diligently to me, and eat what is good, and delight yourselves in rich food [- Spiritual Nourishment].

Incline your ear , and come to me; hear, that your soul may live ; and I will make with you an everlasting covenant, my steadfast, merciful love for David [- in these Times, Pope Peter the Last]. Behold, I made him a witness to the peoples, a leader and commander for the peoples. For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.

As they read My words , and receive them! Pope Peter the First - speaking to, Petrus Romanus:. Pope Peter the First said : "Why is all of this necessary - at this time? But because 'the One World Religion , of the Antichrist' is well under way. You my son, and my brother , [Pope Peter the Last] will lead, the people - 'the lost sheep', back to the fold.

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For you have been anointed to do so. You have but ' little power' in the world. But you have 'divine strength from Heaven' - and that is all you need! You both , will sit at My right , and at My left, because it has been given to you, by God the Eternal Father in Heaven.

The Testimony of God

And you are My Two Witnesses. But do you have any : earthly power , position, status , or riches? No My children!


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I have given , the example, for these times, in , My Gospel! For it is written — in My Gospel. And for those who have ears , to hear — they do understand! The institution, has rejected , the Pontiff that I have chosen, to represent Me - to the people , and , to the clergy. I am asking people to fix their eyes, on Me! It is that simple. Jesus said : "People, didn't want to approach Me, as a little child , in a manger.

And they, didn't want to approach Me, as, a weak man suffering on the Cross. And now , they will have to deal with Me - as King , of the Universe. That is why My language is so strong - and not , what people are used to. They didn't want to approach Me as 'the Good Shepherd ' either. So I lift the veil , off of Myself - and appear transfigured , in the Testimony.

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They can't handle it. Here you can find the most recent Updates posted on our website. Remember your basic training. The Testimony is more than just words. The Testimony is "the Lamp, that can not be hidden! And for all those who prefer to receive 'the counsel of demons',. For you alone are holy. All nations shall come and worship you, for your judgments have been revealed. Come , drink of the waters of life and be healed of your sins! This IS!

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As EACH! Browse our Video Channels: There are more than videos on our. They dare not come to an Ordinance, in which God meets them face to face. And as cowards disguise from themselves their own cowardice, till brought into danger, so do these their hypocrisy, till obliged to take a side.

They profess vaguely; but they dare not definitely and solemnly say, "And here we offer and present unto Thee, O Lord, our souls and bodies, to be a reasonable, holy, and lively sacrifice unto Thee. Another instance of insincerity is set before us in the conduct of the young man in the Gospel, who came running to Christ, and saying, "Good Master. You will observe he was even forward and rude in his manner; and here we seem to gain a lesson. When young persons address themselves to religious subjects without due reverence and godly fear, when they rush towards them impetuously, engage in them hotly, talk about them vehemently, and profess them conspicuously, they should be very suspicious of themselves, lest there be something or other wrong about them.

Men who are quite honest, who really wish to surrender themselves to Christ, have counted the cost. They feel it is no slight sacrifice which they are making; they feel its difficulty and its pain; and therefore they cannot make an impetuous offer of their services. They cannot say, "Lord, I will follow Thee whithersoever Thou goest;" it is too great a profession. They dare not say, "All these have I kept from my youth up;" lest, after all, they discover something in themselves lacking.


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The young ruler came running, not waiting till Christ should look on him or call—not fearing, but intruding himself. Christ exposed what was in his heart, and he who ran to accost Him, stole away sorrowing. And here perhaps we shall understand something of the contrast between St. Peter's first and second profession of service to Christ. He made the first of his own accord. Christ had said, "Whither I go, thou canst not follow Me now.

I will lay down my life for Thy sake. Let it not be imagined that on that former occasion, when "he forsook all and followed" Christ, or again, when he went to meet Him on the sea, the holy Apostle did not act out of the fulness of a perfect heart; but may we not reverently suppose that till Pentecost his state of mind was variable, and sometimes had more of heaven in it than at other times? We may surmise that he, who first said, "Thou art the Christ," and next, "Be it far from Thee, Lord," earning blessing and rebuke almost in one breath, on this occasion came short of the sincerity which he showed before and afterwards.

When a man half suspects his own honesty, he makes loud professions of it. Contrast, with this, St. Peter's words after our Lord's resurrection. He did not thus speak before. Another illustration may be drawn from the state of mind which not unfrequently is found in a person who has been injured or insulted, and is bound in duty to forgive the offenders.

I am supposing a well-meaning and religious man; and he often lies under the temptation to forgive them up to a certain point, but at the same time to make a reserve in favour of his own dignity, or to satisfy his sense of justice, and thus to take the matter in part into his own hands. He cannot get himself honestly to surrender every portion of resentment, and to leave his cause simply to God, as remembering the words, "Vengeance is Mine; I will repay.

And so again, if they have been in fault, they will make excuses, or half confess; they will do much, but they cannot bring themselves to do a whole deed, and make a clean breast of it.

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Lastly may be mentioned, the case of persons seeking the truth. How often are they afraid or loth to throw themselves on God's guidance, and beg Him to teach them! Much might be said on what is a very fertile part of the subject. In all these ways, then, to which many more might be added, men serve God, but do not serve Him with a perfect heart, or "in simplicity and sincerity. For it is a state of mind which will not commonly lie hid from those who are blest with it. Not more different is ice from the flowing stream, than a half purpose from a whole one.

There is a perceptible difference of feeling in a man, compared with what he was, which, in common circumstances, he cannot mistake. He may have made resolves before, he may have argued himself into a belief of his own sincerity, he may have as it were convinced himself that nothing can be required of him more than he has done, he may have asked himself what more is there to do, and yet have felt a something in him still which needed quieting, which was ever rising up and troubling him, and had to be put down again.

But when he really gives himself up to God, when he gets himself honestly to say, "I sacrifice to Thee this cherished wish, this lust, this weakness, this scheme, this opinion: make me what Thou wouldest have me; I bargain for nothing; I make no terms; I seek for no previous information whither Thou art taking me; I will be what Thou wilt make me, and all that Thou wilt make me.

I say not, I will follow Thee whithersoever Thou goest, for I am weak; but I give myself to Thee, to lead me anywhither. I will follow Thee in the dark, only begging Thee to give me strength according to my day. Such is the blessedness and reward of confession.