Extra Oil: Fatal Lip Service, Etc
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WCC – 7; Fatal Lip Service; Closing Notes: Prayer updates; Comments on WCC; Years Expired; Encouragement): 8–pgs
Extra Oil: Fatal Lip Service, Etc
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WCC News: rcvd–7, 6–w/text (RDK summarized)
Subject: WCC NEWS: Hundredth Anniversary of Journal Celebrated in Geneva; Date: Dec 13, 2011 10:50 AM; “In his remarks, Tveit spoke of the impressive longevity of IRM, which at 100 years still maintains its relevance and brings vitality to the ongoing discussions and discernment about mission and evangelism.”
Subject: WCC NEWS: Ecumenical delegation visits Ivory Coast amidst political crisis; Date: Dec 13, 2011 8:30 AM; “An ecumenical delegation visited Ivory Coast from 28 November to 4 December 2011 and met with churches and civil society representatives to express solidarity amidst violence and political turmoil in the country.”
Subject: WCC NEWS: WCC consultation promotes human right to religious freedom Date: Dec 13, 2011 6:15 AM; “Since the last study on the subject of freedom of religion by CCIA in 1981, there have been several political developments following the cold war and the rise of religious extremism. Dr Mathews George Chunakara, director of the CCIA, says, “Taking account of these factors and building on the outcomes of the Istanbul consultation, WCC will be analyzing these emerging trends in other countries.” The consultation was mandated by the CCIA’s 50th meeting in 2010, and follows the International Ecumenical Peace Convocation, which took place in Kingston, Jamaica in May of this year.” [RDK: This will affect us because we are deemed “terrorists.”]
Subject: WCC NEWS: Durban outcome is not enough, says WCC; Date: Dec 13, 2011 4:05 AM; “In a statement read on 9 December to government members from around the world at the United Nations climate summit in Durban, South Africa, the World Council of Churches (WCC) reaffirmed the need for a fair, ambitious and binding treaty to effectively address climate change effects on vulnerable communities. “In Durban, religious communities have come together in various ways to express that climate change is also a moral and spiritual crisis. We proclaim together: We have faith. Act now for climate justice” the statement requested.”
Subject: WCC NEWS: Migration changes ecclesial landscapes; Date: Dec 12, 2011 8:50 AM; “The church’s mission is to receive migrants and refugees. For this we need a strong foundation that does not cause divisions and displacements in the churches, but helps us to understand and accept each other as we pursue the ecumenical goal of ‘called to be one.'” [RDK: This issue is exactly what will have them coming after Christ’s true Sabbatarian church.]
Subject: WCC WEEKLY: Egypt; Indonesia; Transformative masculinities; Freedom of religion; Migration; Date: Dec 8, 2011 12:35 PM; rcvd blank
Subject: ÖRK-NEWS: Mission und Evangelization: neue ÖRK-Erklärung in Arbeit; Date: Dec 5, 2011 10:40 AM; RDK: All of the text included, evidenced by the subject line, was in a Germanic language, leaving English speaking countries with no clue as to the content, other than possibly being about the WCC mission and evangelization.
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Fatal Lip Service: excerpt “Truth Gathering,” Chapter 7, pgs 155–163 (exhaustive AKJV Topical Bible of all critical-to-salvation subjects; most scriptures paraphrased) — for brevity, the following passages are summarized by using only the explanatory parts of verses; scripture references are limited to book/chapter only, each paragraph a specific book in Bold underscored print before the verse(s) – unless the book provides so many verses that two or more paragraphs are needed – chapters noted in [brackets] at the end of each passage, i.e. [c.12]:
—— Psalm: Help, Lord; for the godly man is no more. They speak vanity with flattering lips and with a double heart do they speak; who have said, ” With our tongue will we prevail; our lips are our own: who is lord over us?” [c.12] Their sorrows shall be multiplied, their offerings will I not offer, nor take up their names into my lips. [c.16] With their mouth they speak proudly. [c.17] They shoot out the lip, they shake the head saying, “Jesus trusted the Lord, that God would deliver Christ: let God deliver Him, seeing He delighted in God. [c.22] The workers of iniquity speak peace to their neighbors, but mischief is in their hearts. [c.28]
—— Lying lips speak grievous things proudly and contemptuously against the righteous. [c.31] Keep thy tongue from evil, and thy lips from speaking deviousness. Depart from evil and do good; seek peace and pursue it. [c.34] O Lord, open my lips and my mouth shall speak praise you. The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit, a broken and remorseful heart. [c.51] The wicked tongue devises mischiefs; like a sharp razor, working by deceit. You love evil more than good and lying rather than righteousness. You love all devouring words. This is the man that made not God his strength; but trusted in the abundance of his riches, and strengthened himself in his wickedness. [c.52]
—— Do you speak righteousness, O congregation? Do you judge fairly, O you sons of men? Break their teeth, O God, in their mouths. [c.58] With their mouth they are rude, their lips are swords. For the sin of their mouth and the words of their lips let them be taken even in their pride: and for cursing and lying, which they speak. [c.59] All of you shall be slain. [c.62] The mouth of they who speak lies shall be stopped. [c.63] The wicked, who sharpen their tongue like a sword and shoot bitter words at the perfect: suddenly they shout at him and fear not. They encourage themselves in evil; they say, “Who shall see us?” They search out iniquities; both the inward thought of every one of them and the heart is deep. But God shall shoot at them suddenly, so their words are about themselves. [c.64] They remember that God was their rock and redeemer; nevertheless they flatter Him with their mouths and lied with their tongues; for their heart was not right with Him, neither were they steadfast in His Law. [c.78]
—— Deliver my soul, O Lord, from lying lips and deceitful tongues: I am for peace but when I speak, they are for war. [c.120] Evil men imagine harm in their hearts and are gathered for war. They sharpen their tongues like a serpent, adders’ poison under their lips. Let the harm of their own lips destroy them; let them be cast into the fire, that they not rise up again. [c.140] Let the wicked be trapped by their own nets. [c.141]
—— Proverbs: Stay away from those with a foul mouth and perverse lips. [c.4] The words of a strange church drop as honey, its mouth smoother than oil: but her end is bitter as wormwood, sharp as a two-edged sword. Her feet go to death; her steps take hold on the grave. Her ways are unstable: remove yourself from her and do not come near her door of her house, for all evil is in the midst of her congregation and assembly. [c.5] Stay away from the strange congregation that flatters with her words. She is loud and stubborn and lies in wait at every corner. Her fair speech causes men to yield; her flattering lips forces him. He goes after her, knowing not that he will pay with his life. Listen to God’s words, “Let not your heart fail to her ways, stray not onto her paths; for she has slain many strong men. Her house is the way to the grave and the second death.” [c.7]
—— He who hides hatred with lies and utters slander is a fool. The heart of the wicked is of no value. The wicked tongue shall be cut out, for the wicked speak only evil. [c.10] They counsel deceit and lie in wait for blood. They are trapped by their lips’ transgressions; a false witness demonstrating deceit, their words piercing like a sword. A lying tongue is for only a moment and are abominations to the Lord. [c.12] He shall receive destruction. [c.13] The mouth of the foolish is a rod pride. Do not be in the presence of a foolish man when you realize there is no knowledge of God in his words. His speech reflects only spiritual poverty. [c.14] The wise spread spiritual knowledge, but the heart of the foolish does not. [c.15]
—— A fool’s instruction is madness, a way that seems right to men; but their instruction is the way of death. An ungodly man digs up evil and in his lips is a burning fire. A wicked man sows strife and a whisperer separates good friends. A violent man entices his neighbor and leads him to evil ways. He shuts his eye to good in order to devise evil things, his lips bring evil to pass. [c.16] The wicked heed only false lips and a liar listens to naughty tongues. [c.17] A fool’s lips cause conflict and causes fights. His mouth is his destruction and his lips trap his soul. The fool’s belly shall be satisfied with the fruit of his mouth and he shall be filled with his words. Death and life are in tongue’s power, and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof. [c.18] Better are the poor who walks in integrity than he who speaks perverse words and is a fool. [c.19] Have nothing to do with gossips, for they reveal secrets and speak flattering words. He who curses his father or mother shall be put out in cloaked darkness (and await the second death). [c.20]
—— He that loves pureness of heart, for the grace of his heart the Lord shall be his friend. Heed the words of the wise and seek God’s knowledge; for it is a good thing to hold them in your heart so you will speak them. [c.22] God rejoices when you speak right things. Do not envy sinners; respect and obey the Lord at all times. There is an end and your expectations will be received. [c.23] He who says to the wicked, “You are righteous,” the people shall curse him and nations will hate him. Do not lie about your neighbor and do not speak deceiving words. Do not say, “I will do to him what he has done to me; for God will do to you what you have done to others. [c.24]
—— He who passes by and meddles in trouble not his own is like a madman who shoots arrows, a troublemaker causing death; so is the man that deceives his neighbor and says, “It is just sport, a joke.” As coals are to burning coals and wood to fire, so a hateful man causes fights. A gossip’s words are wounds that go deep into the belly. Fiery lips and a wicked heart are like shards of broken glass covered with silver’s waste, a cruel weapon causing death. [c.26]
—— He who hates tends to avoid facts, holding deceit within himself; when he seems to speak with honesty, do not believe him: for there are seven abominations in his heart. He whose hatred is masked by a smile and love, his wickedness shall be revealed before all the saints. He who digs a pit to catch another shall he himself fall into it; and he who rolls a boulder to harm another shall have it return upon himself. A liar, whose flattering lips spoil another’s reputation, hates those hurt by his lies. [c.26] Do not praise yourself; let a friend or a stranger do so. Verbal rebuke is better than secret love, when spoken by a faithful friend; but an enemy’s kisses are deceitful. [c.27]
—— Ecclesiastes: A serpent will bite with venom for no cause, and he who talks nonsense is no better. A fool’s mouth will swallow up himself; for the beginning of his speech is foolishness and the end of his talk is harmful madness: he is full of confusing words, those who hear him unable to tell what he really means or what shall be when he is gone; but he will listen to no one. [c.10]
—— Isaiah: Every battle usually includes confusing noise and garments covered in blood, but God’s battle (in the Valley of Jehosaphat) will be with burning fueled by fire. [c.9] People draw near God with their mouth and with their words do honour Him, but have removed their heart far from Him; and their fear of God is taught by the precepts of men. The wisdom of their wise men shall perish, and their prudent men’s understanding shall be hid. Woe unto them who seek deep to hide their counsel from the Lord: their works are done in the dark and they say, “Who sees us and who knows us?” Surely they turn things upside down and shall be considered potter’s clay: for the clay shall say of him that made it, “He made me not?” Or shall the thing framed say of him that framed it, “He had no understanding?” [c.29]
—— God creates the fruit of the lips; thus there is no peace for the wicked. [c.57] The wicked’s have spoken lies and perverseness and cause iniquity by transgressing and lying about the Lord. They utter falsehoods from their heart. Yes, truth fails and he that departs from evil makes himself a pre: the Lord saw it and it displeased him that there was no fair judgment. [c.59]
—— Jeremiah: God has stricken the wicked but they have not grieved; He has consumed them but they have refused to heed correction. They have made their faces harder than rocks and refuse to return to God. They are foolish, for they do not know God’s way or His judgments. Wherefore a lion shall slay them, a wolf shall ruin them, and a leopard shall watch their cities: every one who goes out of the cities shall be torn to pieces because their transgressions are many and their backslidings are increasing. Your children have forsaken the Lord. God shall visit for these things and be avenged. Behold, God will make His words like fire in their mouths and the people like wood, and it shall devour them. [c.5]
—— The wicked trust in lies that cannot save them. They steal, commit adultery and swear falsely, and walk after other gods whom they do not know. Then they come and stand before God and say, “We are delivered to do all these abominations. Children gather wood, fathers kindle the fire and women knead dough to make cakes to the queen of heaven, and pour drink offerings unto other gods. They provoke themselves to the confusion of their own faces. Therefore, God’s anger and fury shall be poured out upon man and beast, trees and the fruit of the ground: it shall burn and not be quenched. God did not speak or command burnt offerings or sacrifices; instead, He said, “Obey my voice and I will be your God and you shall be my people: if you do all the ways I have commanded, it will be well with you. [c.7]
—— They have rejected God’s Word and wisdom and provoked Him to anger with their graven images and strange arrogance and pride.[c.8] Their tongues lie and they are not eager for the truth. They move from evil to evil and will not speak truth, having taught their tongues to lie and weary themselves by committing iniquity. Their tongues are like arrows shooting out deceit. One speaks peacefully to his neighbor but in his heart he lays wait. Shall God not come against them for these abominations? Shall not His soul be avenged on such a people as this? They have forsaken God’s Law, have not obeyed; instead, they go after their own hearts’ imaginations. God has said, “I will feed them with wormwood and give them gall, instead of water, to drink. [c.9]
—— The wicked are near to God by their words yet far from His reins. [c.12] They are accustomed to doing evil; therefore, God will scatter them like the stubble that passes away by the wine of the wilderness: for they have forgotten God and trusted in lies. God has seen their adulteries, neighings, the lewdness of their whoredoms and their abominations. [c.13] Your fathers have forsaken God, walked after and served, and worshipped other gods, and have forsaken Him and have not obeyed His Law; and you have done worse than your fathers! Every one of you go after the imaginations of your evil heart. [c.16]
—— Cursed is the man that trusts man and whose heart departed from the Lord. Blessed is the man who trusts God and whose hope is in God. “I the Lord search the hearts, I test the reins. [c.17] The earth is full of adulterers and their way is evil. Both the prophet and priest are profane; yes, in my house I have found their wickedness,” saith the Lord. “You have perverted the words of the living God, of the Lord of hosts your God.” [c.23] “My people, I will give you one heart and one way, that you may fear me forever for the good of you and of the children after you. And I will not turn away from you, but I will my fear in your hearts, that you shall not depart from me again.” [c.32]
—— Lamentations: You have seen their censure, O Lord, and their imaginations against me; the words of those who rose up against me and their device against me all the day. Repay them, Lord, according to the work of their hands. Give them sorrow and your curse. Persecute and destroy them in anger from under the heavens of the Lord. [c.3]
—— Ezekiel: Son of man, my people, hear the Lord’s words but they will not obey them; for their words show much love, but their hearts go after their covetousness. Lord, you are to them like a very lovely son and like an instrument played well: for they hear your words but do not do them. [c.33]
—— Hosea: Turn to the Lord and say, “Take away all our iniquity and receive us graciously; so we will render the offerings of our words. The ways of the Lord are right and the just shall live by them; but the sinners shall fall by God’s Law.
—— Malachi: Now, O you priests, this commandment is for you. You shall possess knowledge and the people should learn the Law by your words; for you are the messenger of the Lord of hosts. But you have departed from God’s way; you have caused many to stumble at the law. Therefore, God have made you contemptible and low before all the people because you have not obeyed His ways; you have taught my Law in part instead in the whole. Have you not all one Father? Did not one God create us? Take heed to your spirit, that you not deal treacherously. You have wearied the Lord with your words. Yet you say, “Wherein have we wearied Him? When you say, “Every one that does evil is good in the sight of the Lord, and He delights in them; for, where is the God of judgment?” [c.2] God said, “I am the Lord, I change not. You have turned away from my ordinances and have not obeyed them. You have robbed me of tithes and offerings. You have said, ‘It is vain to serve God; for what profit is there in obeying His ordinances and have walked somberly before the Lord of hosts? So, now we call the proud happy and they that do wickedness are glorified; yes, they that tempt God are even delivered. Then they who feared the Lord spoke often to one another, and the Lord heard and heeded; then a book of remembrance was written before Him for those who feared the Lord and thought upon His name. “They shall be mine,” said the Lord of hosts, “in that day when I make up my jewels; and I will spare them as a man spares his own son that serves him. [c.3]
—— Matthew: No man can serve two masters; for he either will hate one and love the other; or he will hold to the one and despise the other. Therefore, I say to you, “Take no thought for your life. [c.6] These people draw near me with their mouth and honor me with their lips; but their heart is far from me. In vain they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men. [c.15]
—— Mark: This people honors me with their lips, but their heart is far from me. In vain they worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of men. In laying aside the commandments of God, you hold the tradition of men. Heed me every one of you, and understand, the things that come out of man are not the things that defile the man. You are they which justify yourselves before men, but God knows your hearts. That which comes out of the man, that defiles the man. For from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders, thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit, lasciviousness, an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness: All these evil things come from within and defile the man. [c.7]
—— Luke: He who is faithful in that which is least is faithful also in much; and he who is unjust in the least is unjust also in much. The Pharisees, who covet, heard these things.
—— Romans: Are we better than the Jews? No, in no way; for we have before proved that both Jews and Gentiles are all under sin. With their tongues thy have spoken deceit, the poison of asps under their lips; whose mouths are full of cursing and bitterness, their feet swift to shed blood; destruction and misery are their ways and the way of peace they have not known: they have no fear of God. [c.3]
—— I Corinthians: In the Law it is written, with men of other tongues and other lips will I (Jesus) speak to this people; yet they will not hear me. [c.14]
—— Hebrews: Let us offer the sacrifice of praise to God continually; that is, the fruit of our lips giving thanks to His name. Do good and communicate: for with such sacrifices God is well pleased. [c.13]
—— I Peter: For he who will love life and see good days, let him refrain from speaking evil and guile; let him avoid evil and do good; let him seek and pursue peace. For the eyes of the Lord are over the righteous and His ears are open to their prayers: but the face of the Lord is against them that do evil. It is better, if it is God’s will, that you suffer for well-doing than for evil-doing. [c.3]
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RDK Closing Notes: Prayer updates; Comments on WCC; Years Expired; Closing
Prayer Updates & Requests: Donna Fabel’s surgery: it went well and her doctors believe they got all the cancer; however, they will not know for certain until the pathology report comes back. Until then, they also will not know if chemo and radiation will be required. Let us pray those poisons will not be needed according to the Father’s will, not ours.
—— Also, continue in prayer for Sister María, her daughter Brittany and granddaughter Rhyli. Continue in prayer for Debbie and Tim: Debbie’s plate is overflowing and Tim has been diagnosed “again” with pancreatic and liver cancer: they hope to have caught it early. Speak with the Father, for BonnieQ now has severe edema pointing to indepth heart studies planned as well as an endoscopy due to her esophagus painfully constricting with severe spasms causing the inability to eat; the latter more likely due to MS; she also gained 8-lbs in the last 7–days, possibility of digestive organs shutting down.
—— Surely noticed were the number of WCC newsletters in this Extra Oil: there were four (4) received on the same day. Rome’s Pope must be getting desperate to have Satan’s goals met before Christ can arrive; which tells us He surely is coming quickly. Again, we should remind ourselves that Jesus will not be late, though it seems He tarries based on the season and year we were given two years ago: even then we were not given the specific day and hour known only to the Father.
—— We are certain, however, that our Redeemer will not come on a day and hour supporting pagan dates citing a specific day: to do so would lend credence to pagan portents instead of God’s prophecies. There is no way our Father would validate anything originating from heathen religions: such would render Himself a liar. All should recall that of the seven church ages Sardis, number five, was the shortest era and lasted only 46–years. Laodicea: according to Christ He will “cut short” this final period.
—— Since Sardis lasted the least number of years, we safely understand Laodicea will be shorter than Sardis; else Jesus would not have said He will cut it short for our sake. The only era to “cut short” is Laodicea, which is about to complete its 21st year; plus our Lord’s statement, “I come quickly,” also indicates God’s intended brevity of Laodicea.
Years Expired: Complete Jerusalem construction including the year of Christ’s birth and ministry of 3.5–yrs followed by Stephen’s death 3.5–yrs (last 7–yrs of . . .) Daniel’s 490–yrs; Ephesus, 66–yrs; Smyrna, 223–yrs; Pergamos, 215–yrs; Thyatira, 1260–yrs; Sardis, 46–yrs = 2300–yrs; Philadelphia, 147–yrs; and finally, Laodicea [began in 1991] 21–yrs = 2468–yrs. Noted church ages + 490 = 2468–yrs; plus Israel’s 70–yrs captivity and 81–yrs for permit to rebuild Jerusalem, the road to it and the Temple. The 490–yrs + first five church eras total 2468 + 70 + 81 = each of God’s relevant prophecies’ totaling 2619–yrs at the beginning of Philadelphia.
—— The 2300–yrs prophecies, all of which occur in the A.D. era, ended when Sardis closed at the end of A.D. 1843, and added thereto are the above B.C. prophecy years of 70, 81, 490 years for a total of 2619 BC/AD prophecy years; then Philadelphia began in 1844 and lasted through 1990 for a total plus of 147–yrs; then Laodicea began in January 1991 for a total plus of 21–yrs to date: 2619 + 147 + 21 = 2787 prophecy years through December 2011.
—— Earth was given 6000–yrs to perform her work on mankind’s behalf: 6000 – 2787 = 3213–yrs represent part of B.C. years. Of the 3213–yrs 634 (70 + 81 + 490 – 7 = 634) of those occurred in B.C. and included Christ’s birth in B.C. 3. Then, 27 A.D. years ended at His 30th birthday in A.D. 27, at which time His ministry began for a total of 7 A.D. years. This means that 3213 + 634 = 3847-yrs of B.C. The Bible reveals the B.C. age of being more years than 3847; which means 6000 – 3847 = 2153–yrs appears to be of A.D.
—— Based on key people’s ages beginning with Adam, the Biblical B.C. count is 3989 years; therefore, 3989 B.C. yrs + 2011 A.D. yrs = 6000–yrs already have expired! Christ literally will arrive on any day and at any hour henceforth: IT IS TIME FOR EARTH’S SABBATH REST, her 7th weekday of 1000–yrs, AND FOR US TO RESIDE IN HEAVEN FOR THE SAME PERIOD. “He is even at the door.”
—— Our week has seven literal days and, likewise, earth has a metaphoric seven days in her week but each day literally equals 1000–yrs. God and Christ’s Sabbath is the 7th–day and, likewise, their Sabbath for earth begins with her seventh day, her seventh 1000–yrs.
—— The above calculations should be exciting to each and every one of Christ’s sheep. While He did not arrive sometime during the final harvest season as Spirit instructed, Jesus still is not late: this appearance of delay meant for two groups of people — 1. Keep the wicked and filthy blind and deaf; and, 2. Remove the lukewarm from among Christ’s sheep, they who failed to repent when warned of their status.
——The lukewarm were included above due to knowing the season and year given two years ago, and many times thereafter, but did not heed the warning; therefore, they fall away for believing the planned arrival dates were yet another lie of the many spread about during the Philadelphia and Laodicea ages; and, they still had not repented thus totally unprepared. Both above are blind and deaf, therefore Christ comes when they least expect Him: one has never been armored and the latter does not live by the total Truth they knew and professed but their actions are contrary.
Praise the Lord daily, dear brethren; pray unceasing with special prayers raised up for the sick and dying; rejoice for those who have died in Christ, for they are spared the worst of these end days; feed and clothe the hungry and naked; visit the sick and wrongfully imprisoned; harm neither man nor any of God’s creatures large and small; pray for your enemies, knowing it is not them but by Satan’s machinations.
—— Pray that “your flight from danger be neither in the winter nor during our beloved Lord’s Sabbath Day” – Friday sundown to Saturday sundown. Stand strong in God’s Truth, even when confronted with death: spread wide your arms saying, “Take your best shot and the Lord will raise me up again.” Neither be moved when one of yours is threatened with death or has been killed for our Lord’s sake; for they will have been spared that which we must endure until our Messiah comes in the clouds, passing from east to west as He takes us up to Him and slays the wicked behind Him.
Much love & prayers,
Sister BonnieQ, God’s Handmaiden
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