Salvation is accessible to everybody!

© P.A.S. HOPFAN/PK19, Bangui/CAR/2006

© P.A.S. HOPFAN/PK19, Bangui/CAR/2006

Acts 4:12

By creating man and woman, GOD gave them free will. Salvation is accessible to everybody, but everyone is free to grab it or not.

Everything we do is written somewhere; the day of our death, we are rewarded for what we have been doing, whether it was good or evil.

In Revelation 20:12, it is written that Angels write in the book everything we do, even what we do in secret. These files are presented before GOD and, on the day of judgement, the Angels will read them.

Therefore, we should seek sanctification. The Church is like a waiting room in an airport. Travelers sit down while waiting for their flight. As the itinerary of each traveler is determined by his/her air ticket, the same way the final destination of Christians, once dead, is determined by their personal files with GOD. The Church is GOD’s Spouse. After all, Jesus will not come to take with him a prostitute as His Spouse! Therefore, the Church should be spotless and wrinkle free. The Church should be submissive. She should not be rebellious like the rich man.

When Lazarus died, his sores disappeared and Angels carried him. He received the fruit of his faith.

When the rich man died, he went to hell. Abraham told this man: “Remember” (Luke 16:25) your anger, your merciless decisions, etc. But this man had forgotten all the evil he had done when he was still alive. He too received the fruit of his faith.

While Lazarus did not complain about his condition and accepted humiliation from the rich man by contenting himself with what fell from the rich man’s table, the latter, “dressed in purple and fine linen (…) lived in luxury every day.” (Luke 16:19) “Whoever exalts himself will be humbled.” (Matthew 23:12)

My brother, my sister, if you died today, where would yo go? Are you like Lazarus or like the rich man? Know that your wealth will not go with you. Your goal should be GOD’s Kingdom.

Be blessed in Christ.

 

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1. Get out of your physical and spiritual poverty!

The Church should not invest all its efforts to seek material wealth if it does not have spiritual wealth! When one is aware, he or she thinks about his/her soul first, and the rest will follow. Wealth is a good thing because it allows one to afford what one wants on earth. But wealth without GOD is worse than poverty. (Read the full chapter)

2. Think about everybody, whether your brothers, sisters or foreigners!

Selfishness and ethnicism go hand in hand. All of his life, the rich man ignored Lazarus whom he used to see every day; he did not help Lazarus to become rich like him. Lazarus was poor and  contented himself with the rich man’s leftovers. The rich man did not care for him. He committed his first sin by treating Lazarus as a foreigner. (Read the full chapter)

3. Stop complaining!

Lazarus never complained about his suffering, which he accepted to bear. He simply put his life in GOD’s Hands; this confidence in GOD helped him, just like his poverty made him humble. He was not ashamed of his life. He never coveted the life of the rich man; all that he wanted was to get his daily bread. (Read the full chapter)

4. Do not become attached to the world!

In the fire, the rich man did not ask for his soul’s deliverance. He had only one desire: get water to have a drink in the fire! He said: “Father Abraham, have pity on me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, because I am in agony in this fire.” (Read the full chapter)

5. Listen to the prophets rather than the world!

On earth, though, Lazarus fell short of fulfilling his duty as a Christian by not announcing the Gospel to the rich man. At the same time, the rich man had prophets within earshot. (Read the full chapter)

6. Don’t try to dictate your will to GOD!

Many are Christians who serve Christ like that rich man: they go to church to impose their will on GOD! They say: “GOD, give us a daughter; a daughter who looks like X, Y, Z.” (Read the full chapter)

7. Salvation is accessible to everybody!

 

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Don’t try to dictate your will to GOD!

Matthew 6:9-10

Many are Christians who serve Christ like that rich man: they go to church to impose their will on GOD! They say: “GOD, give us a daughter; a daughter who looks like X, Y, Z.”

A true Christian should conform to GOD’s will. GOD’s will should not submit to his! The rich man wanted to impose his will on Abraham by saying: “No, father Abraham (…).” (Luke 16:30) And yet, GOD asks that we respect His Servants. The principle of GOD’s Kingdom is submission.

 

 

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1. Get out of your physical and spiritual poverty!

The Church should not invest all its efforts to seek material wealth if it does not have spiritual wealth! When one is aware, he or she thinks about his/her soul first, and the rest will follow. Wealth is a good thing because it allows one to afford what one wants on earth. But wealth without GOD is worse than poverty. (Read the full chapter)

2. Think about everybody, whether your brothers, sisters or foreigners!

Selfishness and ethnicism go hand in hand. All of his life, the rich man ignored Lazarus whom he used to see every day; he did not help Lazarus to become rich like him. Lazarus was poor and  contented himself with the rich man’s leftovers. The rich man did not care for him. He committed his first sin by treating Lazarus as a foreigner. (Read the full chapter)

3. Stop complaining!

Lazarus never complained about his suffering, which he accepted to bear. He simply put his life in GOD’s Hands; this confidence in GOD helped him, just like his poverty made him humble. He was not ashamed of his life. He never coveted the life of the rich man; all that he wanted was to get his daily bread. (Read the full chapter)

4. Do not become attached to the world!

In the fire, the rich man did not ask for his soul’s deliverance. He had only one desire: get water to have a drink in the fire! He said: “Father Abraham, have pity on me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, because I am in agony in this fire.” (Read the full chapter)

5. Listen to the prophets rather than the world!

On earth, though, Lazarus fell short of fulfilling his duty as a Christian by not announcing the Gospel to the rich man. At the same time, the rich man had prophets within earshot. (Read the full chapter)

6. Don’t try to dictate your will to GOD!

7. Salvation is accessible to everybody!

By creating man and woman, GOD gave them free will. Salvation is accessible to everybody, but everyone is free to grab it or not. (Read the full chapter)

 

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Listen to the prophets rather than the world!

2 Chronicles 20:20

On earth, though, Lazarus fell short of fulfilling his duty as a Christian by not announcing the Gospel to the rich man. At the same time, the rich man had prophets within earshot.

Still today, people do not want to listen to prophets. They would prefer by far to go to night clubs where they can listen to all kinds of music such as Rock or Ndombolo (music/dance from the Central African region). Others even go so far as to think that there are no preachers who are righteous enough to talk about GOD to them.

Do not be wrong by thinking that even if you do not believe in Christ on earth, you will have life in heaven! This is wrong! You decide upon your future in heaven while you are on earth!

 

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1. Get out of your physical and spiritual poverty!

The Church should not invest all its efforts to seek material wealth if it does not have spiritual wealth! When one is aware, he or she thinks about his/her soul first, and the rest will follow. Wealth is a good thing because it allows one to afford what one wants on earth. But wealth without GOD is worse than poverty. (Read the full chapter)

2. Think about everybody, whether your brothers, sisters or foreigners!

Selfishness and ethnicism go hand in hand. All of his life, the rich man ignored Lazarus whom he used to see every day; he did not help Lazarus to become rich like him. Lazarus was poor and  contented himself with the rich man’s leftovers. The rich man did not care for him. He committed his first sin by treating Lazarus as a foreigner. (Read the full chapter)

3. Stop complaining!

Lazarus never complained about his suffering, which he accepted to bear. He simply put his life in GOD’s Hands; this confidence in GOD helped him, just like his poverty made him humble. He was not ashamed of his life. He never coveted the life of the rich man; all that he wanted was to get his daily bread. (Read the full chapter)

4. Do not become attached to the world!

In the fire, the rich man did not ask for his soul’s deliverance. He had only one desire: get water to have a drink in the fire! He said: “Father Abraham, have pity on me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, because I am in agony in this fire.” (Read the full chapter)

5. Listen to the prophets rather than the world!

6. Don’t try to dictate your will to GOD!

Many are Christians who serve Christ like that rich man: they go to church to impose their will on GOD! They say: “GOD, give us a daughter; a daughter who looks like X, Y, Z.” (Read the full chapter)

7. Salvation is accessible to everybody!

By creating man and woman, GOD gave them free will. Salvation is accessible to everybody, but everyone is free to grab it or not. (Read the full chapter)

 

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Do not become attached to the world!

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© P.A.S. HOPFAN/New York/USA/2010

1 John 2:15

In the fire, the rich man did not ask for his soul’s deliverance. He had only one desire: get water to have a drink in the fire! He said: “Father Abraham, have pity on me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, because I am in agony in this fire.” (Luke 16:24)

The same way today, many Christians do not want to be delivered. They would prefer to remain in bondage of cigarettes, of sin, and ask GOD to help them to remain in that situation… If we do not repent on earth, we can repeat the same sins in the fire, just like the rich man who did not repent and continued to act as he used to on earth, i.e. to care only about his own and himself.

 

 

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1. Get out of your physical and spiritual poverty!

The Church should not invest all its efforts to seek material wealth if it does not have spiritual wealth! When one is aware, he or she thinks about his/her soul first, and the rest will follow. Wealth is a good thing because it allows one to afford what one wants on earth. But wealth without GOD is worse than poverty. (Read the full chapter)

2. Think about everybody, whether your brothers, sisters or foreigners!

Selfishness and ethnicism go hand in hand. All of his life, the rich man ignored Lazarus whom he used to see every day; he did not help Lazarus to become rich like him. Lazarus was poor and  contented himself with the rich man’s leftovers. The rich man did not care for him. He committed his first sin by treating Lazarus as a foreigner. (Read the full chapter)

3. Stop complaining!

Lazarus never complained about his suffering, which he accepted to bear. He simply put his life in GOD’s Hands; this confidence in GOD helped him, just like his poverty made him humble. He was not ashamed of his life. He never coveted the life of the rich man; all that he wanted was to get his daily bread. (Read the full chapter)

4. Do not become attached to the world!

5. Listen to the prophets rather than the world!

On earth, though, Lazarus fell short of fulfilling his duty as a Christian by not announcing the Gospel to the rich man. At the same time, the rich man had prophets within earshot. (Read the full chapter)

6. Don’t try to dictate your will to GOD!

Many are Christians who serve Christ like that rich man: they go to church to impose their will on GOD! They say: “GOD, give us a daughter; a daughter who looks like X, Y, Z.” (Read the full chapter)

7. Salvation is accessible to everybody!

By creating man and woman, GOD gave them free will. Salvation is accessible to everybody, but everyone is free to grab it or not. (Read the full chapter)

 

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Stop complaining!

Philippians 4:6

Lazarus never complained about his suffering, which he accepted to bear. He simply put his life in GOD’s Hands; this confidence in GOD helped him, just like his poverty made him humble. He was not ashamed of his life. He never coveted the life of the rich man; all that he wanted was to get his daily bread. Today, very few Christians are like Lazarus; on the contrary, many Christians are dissatisfied: the one who has a family believes that it is not enough and will look for a second wife, and another a third wife. The married woman, on her part, will look for a “spare wheel!”

And yet, Jesus taught us to ask for what we need for everyday: “Give us today our daily bread.” (Matthew 6:11) Where has this faith in Christ gone?

 

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1. Get out of your physical and spiritual poverty!

The Church should not invest all its efforts to seek material wealth if it does not have spiritual wealth! When one is aware, he or she thinks about his/her soul first, and the rest will follow. Wealth is a good thing because it allows one to afford what one wants on earth. But wealth without GOD is worse than poverty. (Read the full chapter)

2. Think about everybody, whether your brothers, sisters or foreigners!

Selfishness and ethnicism go hand in hand. All of his life, the rich man ignored Lazarus whom he used to see every day; he did not help Lazarus to become rich like him. Lazarus was poor and  contented himself with the rich man’s leftovers. The rich man did not care for him. He committed his first sin by treating Lazarus as a foreigner. (Read the full chapter)

3. Stop complaining!

4. Do not become attached to the world!

In the fire, the rich man did not ask for his soul’s deliverance. He had only one desire: get water to have a drink in the fire! He said: “Father Abraham, have pity on me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, because I am in agony in this fire.” (Read the full chapter)

5. Listen to the prophets rather than the world!

On earth, though, Lazarus fell short of fulfilling his duty as a Christian by not announcing the Gospel to the rich man. At the same time, the rich man had prophets within earshot. (Read the full chapter)

6. Don’t try to dictate your will to GOD!

Many are Christians who serve Christ like that rich man: they go to church to impose their will on GOD! They say: “GOD, give us a daughter; a daughter who looks like X, Y, Z.” (Read the full chapter)

7. Salvation is accessible to everybody!

By creating man and woman, GOD gave them free will. Salvation is accessible to everybody, but everyone is free to grab it or not. (Read the full chapter)

 

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Think about everybody, whether your brothers, sisters or foreigners!

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© P.A.S. HOPFAN/PK19, Bangui/CAR/2006

Philippians 2:4-8

Selfishness and ethnicism go hand in hand. All of his life, the rich man ignored Lazarus whom he used to see every day; he did not help Lazarus to become rich like him. Lazarus was poor and  contented himself with the rich man’s leftovers. The rich man did not care for him. He committed his first sin by treating Lazarus as a foreigner. Why was he concerned only about his brothers, his father and his mother, even in the fire?

In the fire, the rich man only looked out for his brothers. He even wanted to cause the rapture to happen before GOD’s time by asking that Lazarus, that day, rise from the dead and go and evangelize to his brothers so that they would believe in GOD and escape the eternal fire! “Then I beg you, father, send Lazarus to my father’s house, for I have five brothers. Let him warn them, so that they will not also come to this place of torment. Abraham replied, ‘They have Moses and the Prophets; let them listen to them.’” (Luke 16:27-29)

Equally, Lazarus did not announce Christ to the rich man. He was only looking at his sores and poverty. Today again, there are some Pastors who do not tell the whole truth to their followers, fearing that the latter would stop supporting them or giving them their tithes!

Therefore do not make the same mistake as the rich man who was thinking only about his brothers! Do not think only about those who are in the same ethnic group as yours! And you, men of GOD, do not do the same thing! If you are mandja, gbaya, yakoma (some of the ethnic groups in the Central African Republic) or from any other ethnic group, why do you choose only those from your group to promote them as senior staff in your church?

In addition, do not make the same mistake as Lazarus who was not considering the rich man’s interests! Neither should you behave like his family who simply did not take care of him because he was poor and covered with sores. On the contrary, those who carried him every day to leave him in front of the rich man’s house where he was begging were foreigners. Today, some of us do not respect their elder brothers or sisters, arguing that the latter do not have money!

 

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1. Get out of your physical and spiritual poverty!

The Church should not invest all its efforts to seek material wealth if it does not have spiritual wealth! When one is aware, he or she thinks about his/her soul first, and the rest will follow. Wealth is a good thing because it allows one to afford what one wants on earth. But wealth without GOD is worse than poverty. (Read the full chapter)

2. Think about everybody, whether your brothers, sisters or foreigners!

3. Stop complaining!

Lazarus never complained about his suffering, which he accepted to bear. He simply put his life in GOD’s Hands; this confidence in GOD helped him, just like his poverty made him humble. He was not ashamed of his life. He never coveted the life of the rich man; all that he wanted was to get his daily bread. (Read the full chapter)

4. Do not become attached to the world!

In the fire, the rich man did not ask for his soul’s deliverance. He had only one desire: get water to have a drink in the fire! He said: “Father Abraham, have pity on me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, because I am in agony in this fire.” (Read the full chapter)

5. Listen to the prophets rather than the world!

On earth, though, Lazarus fell short of fulfilling his duty as a Christian by not announcing the Gospel to the rich man. At the same time, the rich man had prophets within earshot. (Read the full chapter)

6. Don’t try to dictate your will to GOD!

Many are Christians who serve Christ like that rich man: they go to church to impose their will on GOD! They say: “GOD, give us a daughter; a daughter who looks like X, Y, Z.” (Read the full chapter)

7. Salvation is accessible to everybody!

By creating man and woman, GOD gave them free will. Salvation is accessible to everybody, but everyone is free to grab it or not. (Read the full chapter)

 

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Get out of your physical and spiritual poverty!

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© P.A.S. HOPFAN/PK19, Bangui/CAR/2006

Revelation 3:14-19

The Church should not invest all its efforts to seek material wealth if it does not have spiritual wealth! When one is aware, he or she thinks about his/her soul first, and the rest will follow. Wealth is a good thing because it allows one to afford what one wants on earth. But wealth without GOD is worse than poverty.

Today, many Christians, and even some leaders in churches, believe that the value of their churches is equivalent to the value of the materials used to build these churches, or to the value of their lives that shine like that of the rich man, which the Bible is talking about.

Equally,  many of those who claim to be Christians do not seek to teach men how to be like GOD. Instead, they focus on material goods, on money. One should get rid of both spiritual and physical poverty, not only one type of poverty at the cost of the other. Therefore, the Church must seek to arrange its situation before GOD. The rest will follow.

 

 

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1. Get out of your physical and spiritual poverty!

2. Think about everybody, whether your brothers, sisters or foreigners!

Selfishness and ethnicism go hand in hand. All of his life, the rich man ignored Lazarus whom he used to see every day; he did not help Lazarus to become rich like him. Lazarus was poor and  contented himself with the rich man’s leftovers. The rich man did not care for him. He committed his first sin by treating Lazarus as a foreigner. (Read the full chapter)

3. Stop complaining!

Lazarus never complained about his suffering, which he accepted to bear. He simply put his life in GOD’s Hands; this confidence in GOD helped him, just like his poverty made him humble. He was not ashamed of his life. He never coveted the life of the rich man; all that he wanted was to get his daily bread. (Read the full chapter)

4. Do not become attached to the world!

In the fire, the rich man did not ask for his soul’s deliverance. He had only one desire: get water to have a drink in the fire! He said: “Father Abraham, have pity on me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, because I am in agony in this fire.” (Read the full chapter)

5. Listen to the prophets rather than the world!

On earth, though, Lazarus fell short of fulfilling his duty as a Christian by not announcing the Gospel to the rich man. At the same time, the rich man had prophets within earshot. (Read the full chapter)

6. Don’t try to dictate your will to GOD!

Many are Christians who serve Christ like that rich man: they go to church to impose their will on GOD! They say: “GOD, give us a daughter; a daughter who looks like X, Y, Z.” (Read the full chapter)

7. Salvation is accessible to everybody!

By creating man and woman, GOD gave them free will. Salvation is accessible to everybody, but everyone is free to grab it or not. (Read the full chapter)

 

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The Rich Man and Lazarus

Cover The Daily Bread 001-15 July 2013-The Rich Man and Lazarus

(From a preaching by Pastor Léonard Gonitoua, Bangui – Central African Republic, 2007)

Brothers and Sisters, in the Book of Luke 16:19-21, the Bible teaches us that Salvation is accessible to everybody, and that everyone is free to take hold of it.

Here is a man who had all material wealth in the world but ignored Lazarus, a poor man covered with sores who contented himself with “what fell from the rich man’s table.”

After the two men died, Lazarus was “carried” by the angels “to Abraham’s side”, while the rich man ended up in hell.

From this very moment, with no way to go back to where he was, Abraham clearly indicated to the rich man who wanted to argue with the Father of faith: “Between us and you, a great chasm has been fixed, so that those who want to go from here to you cannot.”

 

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1. Get out of your physical and spiritual poverty!

The Church should not invest all its efforts to seek material wealth if it does not have spiritual wealth! When one is aware, he or she thinks about his/her soul first, and the rest will follow. Wealth is a good thing because it allows one to afford what one wants on earth. But wealth without GOD is worse than poverty. (Read the full chapter)

2. Think about everybody, whether your brothers, sisters or foreigners!

Selfishness and ethnicism go hand in hand. All of his life, the rich man ignored Lazarus whom he used to see every day; he did not help Lazarus to become rich like him. Lazarus was poor and  contented himself with the rich man’s leftovers. The rich man did not care for him. He committed his first sin by treating Lazarus as a foreigner. (Read the full chapter)

3. Stop complaining!

Lazarus never complained about his suffering, which he accepted to bear. He simply put his life in GOD’s Hands; this confidence in GOD helped him, just like his poverty made him humble. He was not ashamed of his life. He never coveted the life of the rich man; all that he wanted was to get his daily bread. (Read the full chapter)

4. Do not become attached to the world!

In the fire, the rich man did not ask for his soul’s deliverance. He had only one desire: get water to have a drink in the fire! He said: “Father Abraham, have pity on me and send Lazarus to dip the tip of his finger in water and cool my tongue, because I am in agony in this fire.” (Read the full chapter)

5. Listen to the prophets rather than the world!

On earth, though, Lazarus fell short of fulfilling his duty as a Christian by not announcing the Gospel to the rich man. At the same time, the rich man had prophets within earshot. (Read the full chapter)

6. Don’t try to dictate your will to GOD!

Many are Christians who serve Christ like that rich man: they go to church to impose their will on GOD! They say: “GOD, give us a daughter; a daughter who looks like X, Y, Z.” (Read the full chapter)

7. Salvation is accessible to everybody!

By creating man and woman, GOD gave them free will. Salvation is accessible to everybody, but everyone is free to grab it or not. (Read the full chapter)

 

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001 – The Rich Man and Lazarus: The Church should not invest all its efforts to seek material wealth if it does not have spiritual wealth! When one is aware, he or she thinks about his/her soul first, and the rest will follow. Wealth is a good thing because it allows one to afford what one wants on earth. But wealth without GOD is worse than poverty… (Read the full edition) French / Portuguese / Spanish

 

002 – Sound out the Scriptures: Before the Devil, Jesus kept answering: “It is written…; it is written…; it is written…” And the Devil left, because he did not understand the Word of GOD. For this reason, it is important to sound out the Scriptures, because the enemy  prowls around like a roaring lion in the midst of GOD’s children… (Read the full edition) French / Portuguese / Spanish

 

003 – Elisha and the Shunammite: The Scriptures in 2 Kings 8:1-6 tell us about the story of the Shunammite whose son was raised from the dead by GOD, through Elisha; that woman never stopped honoring Elisha, whom she viewed as a servant of GOD… (Read the full edition) French / Portuguese / Spanish

 

004 – God’s Choice: Today, people want to look attractive to the others, for example through their beautiful words, their beautiful clothes, their nice characters/tempers, their degrees, their mastery of French or English. But in reality, GOD watches people’s hearts. He doesn’t look at your degrees, nor your beauty, or your smart words to make a decision, but your heart. (Read the full edition in English) French / Portuguese / Spanish

 

005 – How to Have a Better Control of Our Tongue: GOD said that if we put bits into the mouths of horses, we can control their bodies. This Word is teaching you and I that if we are wise people, if we know GOD, and if we have studied Hid Word, we should be able to say good things. If we do so, then our whole body can be controlled. (Read the full edition in English) / French / Portuguese / Spanish

 

006 – The Three Pillars of Salvation: The Bible says that there are three that testify: the Spirit, the water and the blood. And the three are in agreement. If there is the Spirit, but not water, something is missing. If there is the Spirit, the water but not the blood, there is something missing. The Word says that the Spirit, the water and the blood testify and all three agree. (Read the full edition in English) / French / Portuguese / Spanish

 

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