January 20, 2022

Human Host Body World System A Slave Colony

This world is a politically chartered mess. COUNCIL OF TRENT, Law of Nations, Family of Nations, League of Nations, United Nations.. Law of Hammurabi on steroids. A politically chartered {K}nightmare.. Talmudic Kabbalah Customs and Traditions Commandments of men.. Licentious insane asylum. The COTUS is no exception nor was it exceptional. All the same. They’re busted. It’s ALL a licentious slave Colony.

The Bible is perfection.

And what does the COTUS say? International law, shall be the supreme “Law of the Land”, and the Judges are upholding international law and upholding the Constitution when they do. And what did they use to implement their COTUS? To define and punish Piracies and Felonies committed on the high Seas, and Offenses against the Law of Nations. by mere reference to it they incorporated the entire Law of Nations into the COTUS.. I call it Romes Elements of Ecclesiastical Disasters.

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The Natural Man Isn’t Your Friend

1 Corinthians 2:14 But the natural man perceiveth not the things of the Spirit of EL: for they are foolishness unto him, neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.

We know all to well about getting stabbed in the back here..

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Shine On You Captured and Exiled Diamonds Shine On

Isaiah 61 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

61 1 He prophesieth that Christ shall be anointed, and sent to preach.?10 The joy of the faithful.

The Spirit of the Lord God is [a]upon me, therefore hath the Lord anointed me: he hath sent me to preach good tidings unto the poor, to bind up the [b]broken hearted, to preach liberty to the [c]captives, and to them that are bound, the opening of the prison,

To preach the [d]acceptable year of the Lord, and the day of [e]vengeance of our God, to comfort all that mourn,

To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, and to give unto them beauty for [f]ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of gladness for the spirit of heaviness, that they might be called [g]trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that he might be glorified.

And they shall build the old waste places, and raise up the former desolations, and they shall repair the cities that were desolate and waste through many [h]generations.

And the strangers shall [i]stand and feed your sheep, and the sons of the strangers shall be your plowmen, and dressers of your vines.

But ye shall be named the [j]Priests of the Lord, and men shall say unto you, The ministers of our God: Ye shall eat the [k]riches of the Gentiles, and shall be exalted with their glory.

For your shame you shall receive [l]double, and for confusion, [m]they shall rejoice in [n]their portion: for in their land they shall possess the [o]double: everlasting joy shall be unto them.

For I the Lord love judgment, and hate [p]robbery for burnt offering, and I will direct their work in truth, and I will make an everlasting covenant with them.

And [q]their seed shall be known among the Gentiles, and their buds among the people. All that see them, shall know them, that they are the seed which the Lord hath blessed.

10 [r]I will greatly rejoice in the Lord, and my soul shall be joyful in my God: for he hath clothed me with the garments of salvation, and covered me with the robe of righteousness: he hath decked me like a bridegroom, and as a bride attireth herself with her jewels.

11 For as the earth bringeth forth her bud, and as the garden causeth to grow that which is sown in it: so the Lord God will cause righteousness to grow, and praise before all the heathen.

Footnotes:

  1. Isaiah 61:1 Thus appertaineth to all the Prophets and ministers of God, but chiefly to Christ, of whose abundant graces everyone receiveth according as it pleaseth him to distribute.
  2. Isaiah 61:1 To them that are lively touched with the feeling of their sins.
  3. Isaiah 61:1 Which are in the bondage of sin.
  4. Isaiah 61:2 The time when it pleased God to show his good favor to man, which S. Paul calleth the fullness of time, Gal. 4:4.
  5. Isaiah 61:2 For when God delivereth his Church, he punisheth his enemies.
  6. Isaiah 61:3 Which was the sign of mourning.
  7. Isaiah 61:3 Trees that bring forth good fruits, as Matt. 3:8.
  8. Isaiah 61:4 That is, for a long time.
  9. Isaiah 61:5 They shall be ready to serve you in all your necessities.
  10. Isaiah 61:6 This is accomplished in the time of Christ, by whom all the faithful are made Priests and Kings, 1 Pet. 2:9; Rev. 1:6 and 5:10.
  11. Isaiah 61:6 Read Isa. 6:11, 16.
  12. Isaiah 61:7 Abundant recompense, as this word is used, Isa. 40:2.
  13. Isaiah 61:7 That is, the Jews.
  14. Isaiah 61:7 To wit, of the Gentiles.
  15. Isaiah 61:7 Whereas the Gentiles had dominion over the Jews in times past, now they shall have double authority over them and possess twice so much.
  16. Isaiah 61:8 I will not receive their offerings which are extortioners, deceivers, hypocrites, or that deprive me of my glory.
  17. Isaiah 61:9 That is, of the Church.
  18. Isaiah 61:10 He showeth what shall be the affection, when they feel this their deliverance.
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Above and Below Ground Locusts Using Angels for Energy

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Romans 8 {see 8:29}

Romans 8 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

1 He concludeth that there is no condemnation to them, who are grafted in Christ through his Spirit,?3 howsoever they be as yet burdened with sins:?9 For they live through that Spirit,?14 Whose testimony,?15 driveth away all fear,?28 and relieveth our present miseries.

Now [a]then there is no condemnation to them that are in Christ Jesus, which [b]walk not after the [c]flesh, but after the Spirit.

[d]For the [e]Law of the Spirit of [f]life which is in [g]Christ Jesus, hath [h]freed me from the Law of sin and of death.

[i]For (that that was [j]impossible to the Law, inasmuch as it was weak, because of the [k]flesh) God sending his own Son, in the similitude of [l]sinful flesh, and for [m]sin, [n]condemned sin in the flesh,

That that [o]righteousness of the Law might be fulfilled [p]in us, which walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.

[q]For they that are after the [r]flesh, savor the things of the flesh: but they that are after the Spirit, the things of the Spirit.

[s]For the wisdom of the flesh is death: but the wisdom of the Spirit is life and peace,

[t]Because the wisdom of the flesh is enmity against God: [u]for it is not subject to the Law of God, neither indeed can be.

[v]So then they that are in the flesh, cannot please God.

[w]Now ye are not in the flesh, but in the Spirit, because the spirit of God dwelleth in you: but if any man hath not the Spirit of Christ, the same is not his.

10 [x]And if Christ be in you, the [y]body is dead, because of sin: but the Spirit is life for righteousness sake.

11 [z]But if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead, dwell in you, he that raised up Christ from the dead, shall also quicken your mortal bodies, by his Spirit that [aa]dwelleth in you.

12 [ab]Therefore brethren, we are debtors not to the flesh, to live after the flesh:

13 [ac]For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die: but if ye mortify the deeds of the body by the Spirit, ye shall live.

14 [ad]For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God.

15 [ae]For ye have not received the [af]Spirit of bondage, to [ag]fear again: but ye have received the Spirit of [ah]adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father.

16 The same Spirit beareth witness with our spirit, that we are the children of God.

17 [ai]If we be children, we are also [aj]heirs, even the heirs of God, and heirs annexed with Christ: [ak]if so be that we suffer with him, that we may also be glorified with him.

18 [al]For I [am]count that the afflictions of this present time are not worthy of the glory, which shall be showed unto us.

19 [an]For the fervent desire of the [ao]creature waiteth when the sons of God shall be revealed,

20 Because the creature is subject to [ap]vanity, not of its [aq]own will, but by reason [ar]of him, which hath subdued it under [as]hope,

21 Because the creature also shall be delivered from the [at]bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the sons of God.

22 For we know that every creature groaneth with us also, and [au]travaileth in pain together unto this present.

23 [av]And not only the creature, but we also which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we do sigh in [aw]ourselves, waiting for the adoption, even [ax]the redemption of our body.

24 [ay]For we are saved by hope: but [az]hope that is seen, is not hope: for how can a man hope for that which he seeth?

25 But if we hope for that we see not, we do with patience abide for it.

26 [ba]Likewise the Spirit also [bb]helpeth our infirmities: for we know not what to pray as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh [bc]request for us with sighs, which cannot be expressed.

27 But he that searcheth the hearts, knoweth what is the [bd]meaning of the Spirit: for he maketh request for the Saints, [be]according to the will of God.

28 [bf]Also we know that [bg]all things work together for the best unto them that love God, even to them that are called of his [bh]purpose.

29 For those which he knew before, he also predestinated to be made like to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brethren.

30 Moreover, whom he [bi]predestinated, them also he called, and whom he called, them also he justified, and whom he justified, them he also glorified.

31 [bj]What shall we then say to these things? If God be on our side, who can be against us?

32 Who spared not his own Son, but gave him for us all to death, how shall he not with him [bk]give us all things also?

33 [bl]Who shall lay anything to the charge of God’s chosen? it is [bm]God that justifieth.

34 Who shall condemn? it is Christ which is dead: yea, or rather, which is risen again, who is also at the right hand of God, and maketh request also for us.

35 Who shall separate us from the love of [bn]Christ? shall tribulation or anguish, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?

36 As it is written, For thy sake are we killed all day long: we are counted as sheep for the slaughter:

37 [bo]Nevertheless, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.

38 For I am persuaded that neither death, nor life, nor Angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come,

39 Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Footnotes:

  1. Romans 8:1 A conclusion of all the former disputation from Rom 1:16 even to this place: Seeing that we being justified by faith in Christ, do obtain remission of sins and imputation of righteousness, and are also sanctified, it followeth hereof, that they that are grafted into Christ by faith, are out of all fear of condemnation.
  2. Romans 8:1 The fruits of the Spirit, or effects of sanctification, which is begun in us, do not ingraft us into Christ, but do declare that we are grafted into him.
  3. Romans 8:1 Follow not the flesh for their guide: for he is not said to live after the flesh, that hath the holy Ghost for his guide, though sometimes he step away.
  4. Romans 8:2 A preventing of an objection: seeing that the virtue of the spirit which is in us, is so weak, how may we gather thereby, that there is no condemnation to them that have that virtue? because saith he, that virtue of the quickening spirit which is so weak in us, is most perfect and most mighty in Christ, and being imputed unto us which believe, causeth us to be so accounted of, as though there were no relics of corruption, and death in us. Therefore hitherto Paul disputed of remission of sins, and imputation of fulfilling the Law, and also of sanctification which is begun in us: but now he speaketh of the perfect imputation of Christ’s manhood, which part was necessarily required to the full appeasing of our consciences: for our sins are defaced by the blood of Christ, and the guiltiness of our corruption is covered with the imputation of Christ’s obedience: and the corruption itself (which the Apostle calleth sinful sin) is healed in us by little and little, by the gift of sanctification, but yet it lacketh besides that another remedy, to wit, the perfect sanctification of Christ’s own flesh, which also is to us imputed.
  5. Romans 8:2 The power and authority of the spirit, against which is set the tyranny of sin.
  6. Romans 8:2 Which mortifieth the old man, and quickeneth the new man.
  7. Romans 8:2 To wit, absolutely and perfectly.
  8. Romans 8:2 For Christ’s sanctification being imputed unto us, perfecteth our sanctification which is begun in us.
  9. Romans 8:3 He useth no argument here, but expoundeth the mystery of sanctification, which is imputed unto us: for because, that the virtue of the law was not such (and that by reason of the corruption of our nature) that it could make man pure and perfect: and for that it rather kindled the disease of sin, than did put it out and extinguish it, therefore God clothed his Son with flesh like unto our sinful flesh, wherein he utterly abolished our corruption, that being accounted thoroughly pure and without fault in him apprehended and laid hold on by faith, we might be found to have fully that singular perfection which the Law requireth, and therefore that there might be no condemnation in us.
  10. Romans 8:3 Which is not proper to the Law, but cometh by our fault.
  11. Romans 8:3 In man not born anew, whose disease the law could not heal it.
  12. Romans 8:3 Of man’s nature which was corrupt through sin, until he sanctified it.
  13. Romans 8:3 To abolish sin in our flesh.
  14. Romans 8:3 Showed that sin hath no right in us.
  15. Romans 8:4 The very substance of the law of God might be fulfilled, or that same which the law requireth, that we may be found just before God: for if with our justification there be joined that sanctification which is imputed to us, we are just, according to the perfect form which the Lord requireth.
  16. Romans 8:4 He returneth to that which he said, that the sanctification which is begun in us, is a sure testimony of our ingrafting into Christ, which is a most plentiful fruit of a godly and honest life.
  17. Romans 8:5 A reason why to walk after the flesh, agreeth not to them which are grafted in Christ, but to walk after the spirit agreeth and is meet for them: because, saith he, that they which are after the flesh, savor the things of the flesh, but they that are after the spirit, the things of the spirit.
  18. Romans 8:5 They that live as the flesh leadeth them.
  19. Romans 8:6 He proveth the consequent: because that whatsoever the flesh savoreth, that engendereth death: and whatsoever the spirit savoreth, that tendeth to joy and life everlasting.
  20. Romans 8:7 A reason and proof, why the wisdom of the flesh is death: because, saith he, it is the enemy of God.
  21. Romans 8:7 A reason why the wisdom of the flesh is enemy to God: because it neither will neither can be subject to him. And by flesh he meaneth a man not regenerate.
  22. Romans 8:8 The conclusion: therefore they that walk after the flesh, cannot please God: whereby it followeth, that they are not ingrafted into Christ.
  23. Romans 8:9 He cometh to the others, to wit, to them which walk after the spirit, of whom we have to understand contrary things to the former: and first of all he defineth what it is to be in the spirit, or to be sanctified: to wit, to have the spirit of God dwelling in us; then he declareth, that sanctification is so joined and knit to our grafting in Christ, that it can by no means be separated.
  24. Romans 8:10 He confirmeth the faithful against the relics of flesh and sin, granting that they are yet (as appeareth by the corruption which is in them) touching one of their parts (which he calleth the body, that is to say, a lump) which is not yet purged from the earthly filthiness in death: but therewithall willing them to doubt nothing of the happy success of their combat, because that even the little spark of the Spirit, (that is, of the grace of regeneration) which appeareth to be in them by the fruits of righteousness, is the seed of life.
  25. Romans 8:10 The flesh, or all that which as yet sticketh fast in the clefts of sin, and death.
  26. Romans 8:11 A confirmation of the former sentence. You have the selfsame Spirit, which Christ hath: Therefore at length it shall die the same in you, that it did in Christ, to wit, when all infirmities being utterly laid aside, and death overcome, it shall clothe you with heavenly glory.
  27. Romans 8:11 By the virtue and power of it, which showed the same might first in our head, and daily worketh in his members.
  28. Romans 8:12 An exhortation to oppress the flesh daily more and more by the virtue of the Spirit of regeneration, because (saith he) you are debtors unto God, forsomuch as you have received so many benefits of him.
  29. Romans 8:13 Another reason of the profit that ensueth: for such as strive and fight valiantly, shall have everlasting life.
  30. Romans 8:14 A confirmation of this reason: they be the children of God, which are governed by his Spirit, therefore shall they have life everlasting.
  31. Romans 8:15 He declareth and expoundeth by the way, in these two verses, by what right this name, to be called the children of God, is given to the believers: because saith he, they have received the grace of the Gospel, wherein God showeth himself, not (as before in the publishing of the Law) terrible and fearful, but a most benign and loving father in Christ, so that with great boldness we call him Father, that holy Ghost sealing this adoption in our hearts by faith.
  32. Romans 8:15 By the Spirit is meant the holy Ghost, whom we are said to receive, when he worketh in our minds.
  33. Romans 8:15 Which fear is stirred up in our minds, by the preaching of the Law.
  34. Romans 8:15 Which sealeth our adoption in our minds, and therefore openeth our mouths.
  35. Romans 8:17 A proof of the consequent of the confirmation: because that he which is the Son of God, doth enjoy God with Christ.
  36. Romans 8:17 Partakers of our father’s goods, and that freely, because we are children by adoption.
  37. Romans 8:17 Now Paul teacheth by what way the sons of God do come to that felicity, to wit, by the cross, as Christ himself did: and therewithall openeth unto them fountains of comfort: as first, that we have Christ a companion and fellow of our afflictions: secondly, that we shall be also his followers in that everlasting glory.
  38. Romans 8:18 Thirdly that this glory which we look for, doth a thousand parts surmount the misery of our afflictions.
  39. Romans 8:18 All being well considered, I gather.
  40. Romans 8:19 Fourthly, he plainly teacheth us that we shall certainly be renewed from that confusion and horrible deformation of the whole world, which cannot be continual, as it was not at the beginning: But as it had a beginning by the sin of man, for whom it was made by the ordinance of God, so shall it at length be restored with the elect.
  41. Romans 8:19 All this world.
  42. Romans 8:20 Is subject to a vanishing and flitting state.
  43. Romans 8:20 Not by their natural inclination.
  44. Romans 8:20 That they should obey the Creator’s commandment, whom it pleased to show by their fickle estate, how greatly he was displeased with man.
  45. Romans 8:20 God would not make the world subject to everlasting curse, for the sin of man, but gave it hope that it should be restored.
  46. Romans 8:21 From the corruption which they are now subject to, they shall be delivered and changed into that blessed state of incorruption, which shall be revealed when the sons of God shall be advanced to glory.
  47. Romans 8:22 By this word is meant, not only exceeding sorrow, but also the fruit that followeth of it.
  48. Romans 8:23 Fifthly, if the rest of the world looks for a restoring, groaning as it were for it, and that not in vain, let it not grieve us also to sigh, yea, let us be more certainly persuaded of our redemption to come, forasmuch as we have the firstfruits of the Spirit.
  49. Romans 8:23 Even from the bottom of our hearts.
  50. Romans 8:23 That last restoring, which shall be the accomplishment of our adoption.
  51. Romans 8:24 Sixthly, hope is necessarily joined with faith: seeing then that we believe those things, which we are not yet in possession of, and hope respected not the thing that is present, we must therefore hope and patiently wait for that which we believe shall come to pass.
  52. Romans 8:24 This is spoken by the figure Metonymy: Hope, for that which is hoped for.
  53. Romans 8:26 Seventhly, There is no cause why we should faint under the burden of afflictions, seeing that prayers minister unto us a most sure help, which cannot be frustrated, seeing they proceed from the spirit of God which dwelleth in us.
  54. Romans 8:26 Beareth our burden, as it were that we faint not under it.
  55. Romans 8:26 Provoketh us to prayers, and telleth us as it were within, what we shall say, and how we shall groan.
  56. Romans 8:27 What sobs and sighs proceed from the instinct of his Spirit.
  57. Romans 8:27 Because he teacheth the godly to pray according to God’s will.
  58. Romans 8:28 Eighthly, we are not afflicted, either by chance or to our harm, but by God’s providence for our great profit, who as he chose us from the beginning, so hath he predestined us to be made like to the image of his Son: and therefore will bring us in his time, being called and justified, to glory, by the cross.
  59. Romans 8:28 Not only afflictions, but whatsoever else.
  60. Romans 8:28 He calleth that, Purpose, which God hath from everlasting appointed with himself according to his good will and pleasure.
  61. Romans 8:30 He useth the time past, for the time present, as the Hebrews use, who sometimes set down the thing that is to come, by the time that is past, to signify the certainty of it: and he hath also regard to God’s continual working.
  62. Romans 8:31 Ninethly, we have no cause to fear that the Lord will not give us whatsoever is profitable for us, seeing that he hath not spared his own Son to save us.
  63. Romans 8:32 Give us freely.
  64. Romans 8:33 A most glorious and comfortable conclusion of the whole second part of this Epistle, that is, of the treatise of justification. There are no accusers that we have need to be afraid of before God, seeing that God himself absolveth us as just: and therefore much less need we to fear damnation, seeing that we rest upon the death and resurrection, the almighty power and defense of Jesus Christ. Therefore what can there be so weighty in this life, or of so great force and power, that might seize us, as though we might fall from the love of God, wherewith he loveth us in Christ: Surely nothing. Seeing that it is in itself most constant and sure, and also in us being confirmed by steadfast faith.
  65. Romans 8:33 Who pronounceth us not only guiltless, but also perfectly just in his Son.
  66. Romans 8:35 Wherewith Christ loveth us.
  67. Romans 8:37 We are not only not overcome with so great and many miseries and calamities, but also more than conquerors in all of them.
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1 Corinthians 12

1 Corinthians 12 1599 Geneva Bible (GNV)

12 1 To draw away the Corinthians from contention and pride, he showeth that spiritual gifts are therefore diversely bestowed,?7 that the same being jointly to each other employed,?12 we may grow up together into one body of Christ in such equal proportion and measure,?20 as the members of man’s body do.

Now [a]concerning spiritual gifts, brethren, I would not have you [b]ignorant.

[c]Ye know that ye were [d]Gentiles, and were carried away unto the dumb idols, as ye were led.

[e]Wherefore I declare unto you, that no man speaking by the spirit of God, calleth Jesus [f]execrable: also no man can say that Jesus is the Lord, but by the holy Ghost.

[g]Now there are diversities of gifts, but the [h]same Spirit.

And there are diversities of administrations, but the same Lord.

And there are diversities of [i]operations, but God is the same which worketh all in all.

But the manifestation of the Spirit is [j]given to every man, to [k]profit withal.

[l]For to one is given by the Spirit the word of [m]wisdom: and to another the word of knowledge, by the same Spirit:

And to another is given faith by the same Spirit: and to another the gifts of healing, by the same Spirit:

10 And to another the [n]operations of great works: and to another, [o]prophecy: and to another, the [p]discerning of spirits: and to another, diversities of tongues: and to another, the interpretation of tongues.

11 And all these things worketh one and the selfsame Spirit, distributing to every man severally [q]as he will.

12 [r]For as the body is one, and hath many members, and all the members of the body, which is one, though they be many, yet are but one body: [s]even so is [t]Christ.

13 For by one Spirit are we all baptized into [u]one body, whether we be Jews, or Grecians, whether we be bond, or free, and have been all made to [v]drink into one Spirit.

14 [w]For the body also is not one member, but many.

15 [x]If the foot would say, Because I am not the hand, I am not of the body, is it therefore not of the body?

16 And if the ear would say, Because I am not the eye, I am not of the body, is it therefore not of the body?

17 [y]If the whole body were an eye, where were the hearing? If the whole were hearing, where were the smelling?

18 But now hath God disposed the members every one of them in the body at his own pleasure.

19 For if they were all one member, where were the body?

20 But now are there many members, yet but one body.

21 [z]And the eye cannot say unto the hand, I have no need of thee: nor the head again to the feet, I have no need of you.

22 Yea, much rather those members of the body, which seem to be [aa]more feeble, are necessary.

23 And upon those members of the body, which we think most unhonest, put we more [ab]honesty on: and our uncomely parts have more comeliness on.

24 For our comely parts need it not: but God hath tempered the body together: and hath given the more honor to that part which lacked,

25 Lest there should be any division in the body: but that the members should have the same [ac]care one for another.

26 [ad]Therefore if one member suffer, all suffer with it: if one member be had in honor, all the members rejoice with it.

27 Now ye are the body of Christ, and members for your [ae]part.

28 And God hath ordained some in the Church: as first Apostles, secondly Prophets, thirdly teachers, then them that do miracles: after that, the gifts of healing, [af]helpers, [ag]governors, diversity of tongues.

29 Are all Apostles? are all Prophets? are all teachers?

30 Are all doers of miracles? have all the gifts of healing? do all speak with tongues? do all interpret?

31 [ah]But desire you the best gifts, and I will yet show you a more excellent way.

Footnotes:

  1. 1 Corinthians 12:1 Now he entereth into the third part of this treatise, touching the right use of spiritual gifts, wherein he giveth the Corinthians plainly to understand that they abused them: for they that excelled, bragged ambitiously of them, and so robbed God of the praise of his gifts: and having no consideration of their brethren abused to a vain ostentation, and so robbed the Church of the use of those gifts. On the other side, the inferior sort envied the better, and went about to make a departure, so that all that body was as it were scattered and rent in pieces. So then he going about to remedy these abuses, willeth them first to consider diligently, that they have not these gifts of themselves, but from the free grace and liberality of God, to whose glory they ought to bestow them all.
  2. 1 Corinthians 12:1 Ignorant to what purpose those gifts are given you.
  3. 1 Corinthians 12:2 He proveth the same by comparing their former state with that wherein they were at this time endued with those excellent gifts.
  4. 1 Corinthians 12:2 As touching God’s service and the Covenant, mere strangers.
  5. 1 Corinthians 12:3 The conclusion: Know you therefore, that you cannot so much as move your lips to honor Christ withall, but by the grace of the holy Ghost.
  6. 1 Corinthians 12:3 Doth curse him, only any means whatsoever diminish his glory.
  7. 1 Corinthians 12:4 In the second place, he layeth another foundation, to wit, that these gifts are divers, as the functions also are divers, and their offices divers, but that one selfsame Spirit Lord and God is the giver of all these gifts, and that to one end, to wit, for the profit of all.
  8. 1 Corinthians 12:4 The Spirit is plainly distinguished from the gifts.
  9. 1 Corinthians 12:6 So Paul endeth that inward force which cometh from the holy Ghost, and maketh men fit to wonderful things.
  10. 1 Corinthians 12:7 The holy Ghost openeth and showeth himself freely in giving of these gifts.
  11. 1 Corinthians 12:7 To the use and benefit of the Church.
  12. 1 Corinthians 12:8 He declareth this manifold diversity, and reckoneth up the chiefest gifts, beating that into their heads, which he said before, to wit, that all these things proceeded from one selfsame Spirit.
  13. 1 Corinthians 12:8 Wisdom is a most excellent gift, very requisite, not only for them which teach, but also for them that exhort and comfort, which thing is proper to the Pastor’s office, as the word of knowledge agreeth to the Doctors.
  14. 1 Corinthians 12:10 By operation he meaneth those great workings of God’s mighty power, which pass and excel amongst his miracles, as the delivery of his people Israel by the hand of Moses: that which he did by Elijah against the Priests of Baal, in sending down fire from heaven to consume his sacrifice: and that which he did by Peter in the matter of Ananias and Sapphira.
  15. 1 Corinthians 12:10 Foretelling of things to come.
  16. 1 Corinthians 12:10 Whereby false prophets are known from true, wherein Peter passed Philip in discovering Simon Magus, Acts 8:20.
  17. 1 Corinthians 12:11 He addeth moreover something else, to wit, that although these gifts are unequal, yet they are most wisely divided, because the will of the Spirit of God is the rule of this distribution.
  18. 1 Corinthians 12:12 He setteth forth his former saying by a similitude taken from the body: This saith he, is manifestly seen in the body, whose members are divers, but yet so knit together, that they make but one body.
  19. 1 Corinthians 12:12 The applying of the similitude. So must we also think, saith he, of the mystical body of Christ: for all we that believe, whether we be Jews or Gentiles, are by one selfsame Baptism joined together with our head, that by that means, there may be framed one body compact of many members: and we have drunk one selfsame spirit, that is to say, a spiritual feeling, perseverance and motion common to us all, out of one cup.
  20. 1 Corinthians 12:12 Christ joined together with his Church.
  21. 1 Corinthians 12:13 To become one body with Christ.
  22. 1 Corinthians 12:13 By one quickening drink of the Lord’s blood, we are made partakers of his only Spirit.
  23. 1 Corinthians 12:14 He amplifieth that which followed of the similitudes, as if he should say, The unity of the body is not only not left by this diversity of members, but also it could not be a body, if it did not consist of many, and those were divers members.
  24. 1 Corinthians 12:15 Now he buildeth his doctrine upon the foundations which he had laid: and first of all he continueth in his purposed similitude, and afterward he goeth to the matter barely and simply. And first of all he speaketh unto them which would have separated themselves from those whom they envied, because they had not such excellent gifts as they: now this is, saith he, as if the foot should say it were not of the body, because it is not the hand: or the ear, because it is not the eye. Therefore all parts ought rather to defend the unity of the body, being coupled together to serve one the other.
  25. 1 Corinthians 12:17 Again, speaking to them, he showeth them that if that should come to pass which they desire, to wit, that all should be equal one to another, there would follow a destruction of the whole body, yea, and of themselves: for it could not be a body, unless it were made of many members knit together, and divers one from another. And that no man might find fault with this division as unequal, he addeth that God himself hath coupled all these together. Therefore all must remain coupled together, that the body may remain in safety.
  26. 1 Corinthians 12:21 Now on the other side, he speaketh unto them which were endued with more excellent gifts, willing them not to despise the inferiors as unprofitable, and as though they served to no use: for God, saith he, hath in such sort tempered this inequality, that the more excellent and beautiful members can in no wise lack the more abject and such as we are ashamed of, and that they should have more care to see unto them, and to cover them: that by this means the necessity which is on both parts, might keep the whole body in peace and concord: that although if each part be considered apart, they are of divers degrees and conditions, yet because they are joined together, they have a community both in commodities and discommodities.
  27. 1 Corinthians 12:22 Of the smallest and vilest offices, and therefore finally accounted of, of the rest.
  28. 1 Corinthians 12:23 We more carefully cover them.
  29. 1 Corinthians 12:25 Should bestow their operations and offices to the profit and preservation of the whole body.
  30. 1 Corinthians 12:26 Now he applieth the same doctrine to the Corinthians without any allegory, warning them that seeing there are divers functions and divers gifts, it is their duty, not to offend one against another, either by envy or ambition, but rather that they being joined together in love and charity one with another, every one of them bestow to the profit of all, that which he hath received, according as his ministry doth require.
  31. 1 Corinthians 12:27 For all churches wheresoever they are dispersed through the whole world, are divers members of one body.
  32. 1 Corinthians 12:28 The offices of Deacons.
  33. 1 Corinthians 12:28 He setteth forth the order of Elders, which were the maintainers of the Church’s discipline.
  34. 1 Corinthians 12:31 He teacheth them that are ambitious and envious, a certain holy ambition and envy, to wit, if they give themselves to the best gifts, and such as are most profitable to the Church, and so if they contend to excel one another in love, which surpasseth all other gifts.
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Customs and Traditions of Iniquity Thus Fruitlessness

Iniquity being fruitless works.. Customs and traditions of men making up their own commandments as they go is men opining vain showing when they should be silent.. Be still. Hush.. Foolishness is repeating what fools say. Thinking themselves wise they are as El stated, fools..

For the whole Scripture is given by inspiration of EL, and is profitable to teach, to convince, to correct, and to instruct in righteousness, That the man of EL may be absolute, being made perfect unto all good works.
2 Timothy 3:16-17 GNV

But he answering, said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread only, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of EL. Mathew 4:4

Matthew 4:4 is the righteous seed to grow from. Deuteronomy 13:3 “a man’s own word IN TESTIMONY is “a man’s” OWN spirit. John 21:20-23 and now John 17:3 is within grasp. If the Mouth of Righteousness is Redeemer and His Redeemers…then, “a man” who adds his own in the book, is satan.

In the world we’re in whereupon the men have no spiritual discernment it is discovered that they knowingly and unknowingly use The “truth well poisoning” strategy via simply opening their mouths to speak, to opine to vainly show themselves fruitless.

Mix lies in with truth, thus discrediting the truth. Standard disinformation technique, and the intentional deceiver knows the believers fall for it repeatedly. The outcome, truth is impossible to find because it’s been hidden so well. But it can be found via the inspirational spiritual directive of EL through his perfect scriptures and language. Whereupon we experience the strategy of maligning the truther when the truther speaks up.

Truth has no versions but is law Malachi 2

 If ye will not hear, and if ye will not lay it to heart, to give glory unto my name, saith the Lord of hosts, I will even send a curse upon you, and I will curse your blessings: yea, I have cursed them already, because ye do not lay it to heart. Malachi 2:2

The god of this world and them that follow his customs and traditions; satan/saw-tan; A primitive root; to attack {figuratively} accuse – be an adversary. resist..

Resistance against TRUTH.

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Emmanu-EL’s Kingdom Is Not of This Fallen Corrupted FAILING World

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Dead Sheep Alter Vatican

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Real Time Playbook

The enemy is using this against us. The thing is you can learn the playbook and defend yourself against the enemy. Anything else is a distraction.

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