Walking in the Light

This is the message which we have heard from Him and declare to you, that God is light and in Him is no darkness at all.  If we say that we have fellowship with Him, and walk in darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth.  But if we walk in the light as He is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus Christ His Son cleanses us from all sin.  1 John 1:5-7 

 There was a man sent from God, whose name was John.  This man came for a witness, to bear witness of the Light, that all through him might believe.  He was not that Light, but was sent to bear witness of that Light.  That was the true Light which gives light to every man coming into the world.  John 1:6-9 

 Then Jesus spoke to them again, saying, “I am the light of the world.  He who follows Me shall not walk in darkness, but have the light of life.”  John 8:12   

 If we know and follow Jesus Christ, who is the light, we will not walk in darkness, but will walk in the light; as we walk in the light we have fellowship with one another and the blood of the Son of God Jesus Christ cleanses us from all sin.  We must take care that we follow God’s Son Jesus Christ and not an imposter for many false christs have go out into the world.  We must make sure we believe what the Bible teaches us about Jesus Christ, the biblical doctrines regarding Jesus Christ, and not what some denomination, conference, seminar, para-church ministry, church, pastor, teacher, or other Christian teaches about Jesus Christ, if that doctrine is contrary to the Scriptures.  The enemy, Satan, has the power to appear as an angel of light, and has many so-called ministers of righteousness deceiving multitudes

 For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into apostles of Christ.  And no wonder!  For Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light.  Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also transform themselves into ministers of righteousness, whose end will be according to their works.  2 Corinthians 11:13-15

These false teachers, these so-called ministers of righteousness, walk in darkness but by pretense profess to teach and preach the truth, and so proclaim themselves as those who share the light of the truth of the gospel.  However, when what they teach is compared to the clear doctrine of the Scriptures regarding Jesus Christ, His gospel, or the truth of the Scriptures, it is clear that they are deceived and deceivers leading those who follow them into deep destructive darkness that spreads like a virulent plague.  This distressingly dire deception is common place within the church today, almost to the point of being systemic.

There are popular teachers that many follow without questioning their doctrine.  I want to lay the ground work of their deception and then later give their names.  If we carefully examine their teaching without referring to the person, then we can see that they should be avoided according to the warning God gave us through Paul in Romans chapter sixteen.

Now I urge you, brethren, note those who cause divisions and offenses, contrary to the doctrine which you learned, and avoid them.  For those who are such do not serve our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly, and by smooth words and flattering speech deceive the hearts of the simple.  Romans 16:17-18

 Notice that these false teachers cause divisions and offenses.  Often times these false teachers are deceived by others; I want to highlight such a case in this post.  If a popular and respected teacher is led by a false teacher, wouldn’t that teacher also be false since he resonates with what a false teacher says?  This false teacher who I am referring to is popular with Protestants, Evangelicals, Catholics, and Mormons, and as professed in his writings, believes in baptismal regeneration, believes that it is possible to be saved in a false religion without repentance and conscious faith in Jesus Christ,  believes the Genesis account of Creation and the Fall is a good myth, believes in purgatory, disbelieves that Jesus Christ took our punishment on the cross, believes in theistic evolution, believes that Catholicism, Protestantism, Orthodox faith are equally valid, and disbelieves that the Bible is the infallible, inerrant, inspired Word of God.  When looking at the fruit of this false teacher, one of his followers by the name of Peter Kreeft, we see a professing believer who left the Dutch Reformed faith for the Catholic faith and then wrote a book titled Ecumenical Jihad in which he said that anyone who does good, irrespective of beliefs, (so even “good” atheists are included) will go to heaven where they will worship Mary.  This false fruit is not an aberration, as many under the influence of this false teacher have embraced Catholicism and/or have become very ecumenical in their beliefs.

This beloved false teacher has received pass after pass regarding his false teaching; when the poplar teacher read the false teacher for the first time this false teacher appeared as a blazing light and brought him to live life.  This popular teacher was so impacted by this false teacher that he said the false teacher was a hero of one of the books that he wrote and the false teacher taught him to see

 For we did not follow cunningly devised fables when we made known to you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but were eyewitnesses of His majesty.  For He received from God the Father honor and glory when such a voice came to Him from the Excellent Glory:  “This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.”  And we heard this voice which came from heaven when we were with Him on the holy mountain.  And so we have the prophetic word confirmed, which you do well to heed as a light that shines in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your hearts; knowing this first, that no prophecy of Scripture is of any private interpretation, for prophecy never came by the will of man, but holy men of God spoke as they were moved by the Holy Spirit.  But there were also false prophets among the people, even as there will be false teachers among you, who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Lord who bought them, and bring on themselves swift destruction.  2 Peter 1:16-2:1

 Contrary to what this popular teacher says about this false teacher, the Apostle Peter lets us know that Scripture properly interpreted by the Holy Spirit is a light shining in a dark place and brings the dawning of salvation to our lives and the arising of Christ in our hearts.  In contrast to what this popular teacher has to say about his false teacher,  Peter says that It is the false interpretation of the Scriptures by the false teachers that brings in destructive heresies which deny our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and not life, light or sight.

How precious is your lovingkindness, O God!  Therefore the children of men put their trust under the shadow of Your wings.  They are abundantly satisfied with the fullness of your house, And You give them drink from the river of Your pleasures.  For with You is the fountain of life; In Your light we see light.  Psalm 36:7-9    

 The Psalmist points us to God as our source of life, light, pleasure and joy, not some fallen false teacher.  This popular teacher erroneously embraces an evil and vile false teacher who is responsible for leading many astray.

Before I reveal the names of the men to whom I have been referring, I would like to ask you a question.  This question is based upon Jesus Christ’s command that we love Him more than anyone or anything, even more than our own life.

“Therefore whoever confesses Me before men, him I will also confess before My Father who is in heaven.  But whoever denies Me before men, him I will also deny before My Father who is in heaven.  Do not think that I came to bring peace on earth.  I did not come to bring peace but a sword.  For I have come to set a man against his father, a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law, and ‘a man’s enemies will be those of his own household.’  “He who loves father or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me.  And he who loves son or daughter more than Me is not worthy of Me. And he who does not take his cross and follow after Me is not worthy of Me.  He who finds his life will lose it, and he who loses his life for My sake will find it.  Matthew 10:32-29 

 We are called to complete devotion to Christ Jesus whatever the cost.  If we must be willing to have our relationships with intimate family members severed and be willing to lay down our lives for the sake of the gospel and Jesus Christ our Lord, then how much more willing should we be to forsake those who, though we thought were godly and righteous, are instead false and deceptive sinners leading untold numbers to doom and destruction in hell.  Are you willing to reject and avoid these two acclaimed “Christians” proven to be false?  The false teacher I have exposed as such is C. S. Lewis, the false doctrines he believed and taught are found in Mere Christianity and The Problem of Pain; the popular teacher who enthusiastically embraced Lewis is John Piper, and he declared his sentiments about Lewis in Don’t Waste Your Life and Desiring God.  We are to desire Jesus Christ, God the Son of God above all else and He commands us to not waste our lives following the false teachings of apostates.  May we obey Him for our good and His glory by the indwelling Holy Spirit, and test the teachings of all by the inspired, inerrant, infallible Word of God.  God bless you.

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16 Responses to Walking in the Light

  1. You raise an interesting challenge. I have never viewed C S Lewis as someone who I looked to to learn my Christian faith from, and it has never even occurred to me to call him a heretic or false teacher. I have only ever read his work as being his own views and ideas, and always with my Dad’s notes in the margins! Therefore I enjoyed the Narnia series as a child (my favourite); the Perelandra series as a young adult; and Mere Christianity and his other works as matters of theological opinions and experiences, not doctrine, in my later adult life. I knew that he had ideas that were not orthodox, but since he was dead before I was born it didn’t have the same relevance to me as it does today in relation to men (or women) who are pastoring churches and leading the flock away.

    Also, I am not sure at what point we call someone a heretic or false teacher. Did Lewis teach against key doctrines as they pertain to salvation? I am not sure as I haven’t read his stuff for a while. At the moment, there are actually men preaching against the core doctrines of Christianity in a way that is leading people to hell. Those people concern me greatly. Does Lewis fall into this category and have this much influence? Perhaps. Certainly to warn of John Piper, a current ‘shepherd’ is important, particularly if he seems to allow Lewis’ writings to unduly influence him.

    It was a great surprise to me to learn that people like John Piper take C S Lewis so seriously, and that his work is studied in seminaries. I am glad to have read his work, and no doubt it is useful to understand to his impact on Christians over the past 70 years. However, I would never recommend him to others to learn Christian doctrine from. He’s no Spurgeon or Ryle. Mind you, I have been leery of John Piper ever since I was introduced to his work, which to be honest was only recently and I barely paid attention. Something did not add up for me so I moved on to other authors, particularly since his cosy-up to one the greatest false teachers of our time, the inimitable Mastermind Rick.

    Keep up the faithful witness, precious sister. It is a joy to read your Bible studies and reflections. Even when you are calling my favourite childhood author a heretic. 🙂 He probably was. Sigh… Was he truly saved? I hope for his sake he was. Will he be on my “required reading list for new converts”. Um, no. Will I read my kids the Narnia series? Well, having rejected almost everything else the world is dishing up as ‘entertainment’ for my children, yes I plan to (as fiction) and have already read the first two to my son. Perhaps I should add notes in the margins…

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  2. Amen!! People need to wake up and get back to The True Gospel of Jesus.. and it’s not just the well-known “preachers” but it’s also the local ones as well that are leading so many astray with false doctrine. I am glad that there are other saints out here that our standing on the wall for Jesus Christ and laying it to the line.. keep speaking the truth and may God continue to bless you!


    • Eliza says:

      Thank you. Yes, unfortunately we have encountered many false teachers as pastors when attending different churches. One pastor even flashed the satanic sign during the service. Very creepy! God bless you.


    • Very true. It is the ‘everyday’ preacher all around the world that can be doing the greatest harm. Often, they are emulating the more well-known ones but you won’t necessarily know about it! Thankfully there are also faithful shepherds!!


  3. Eliza says:

    Thank you dear sister. In 2008, the Lord Jesus Christ called me to expose the error of C. S. Lewis. Doing so revealed to me the great compromise and apostasy within the Christian church, which is the reason that my husband and I at this time have home church. Believe me, I was shocked when I realized the apostasy of this beloved false teacher. Exposing C. S. Lewis is akin to denying the Lord Jesus Christ in many people’s minds, and indeed this was the case when I spoke out about Lewis at a church we formerly attended. The questions you raised bring us to the interesting question of who then is a Christian. I contend that a Christian is any individual called by our gracious God to faith in Jesus Christ. Since the saved one has been saved by God Almighty, that beloved saint will hold to the Scriptures as their source of faith and practice being convinced by the Holy Spirit Who indwells them that the Bible is the inspired, infallible, inerrant Word of God. The sinner so saved will not go to the spurious teachings of man in any manner for their doctrine, teaching, regarding the Lord Jesus Christ, His salvation, God the Father, the Holy Spirit, the Bible, end times, godly living, faith, etc. Lewis was led astray by the false teachings of the branch of the Anglican church influenced by Catholicism, and he doesn’t have a clear testimony of repentance and faith in Jesus Christ. Considering just two of his aberrant doctrines,he was very confused about salvation as made clear by the fact he didn’t believe that Jesus Christ was punished for our sins and did believe we would be punished in purgatory until pure. In other words, he did not believe the work of Jesus Christ on the cross was efficacious for us and so takes away/adds from/to the finished work of Christ on the cross which according to God’s Word clearly labels him as a false teacher. It would be good to carefully read 2 Peter chapter two and Jude to see what God our Father has to say about C. S. Lewis and other false teachers. For further clarification, and to have a better idea of where you should stand regarding C. S. Lewis, it is a good idea to go to Way of Life Literature and read the excellent and extensive investigation that Brother Cloud has presented regarding C. S. Lewis. God bless you.


  4. I read the Narnia books, as well as Mere Christianity. His fictional work is problematic if you measure it up to Scripture… There are some Christologic problems there. That’s why I would just rather take it as a work of fiction, specifically non-Christian fiction.

    On the other hand, Mere Christianity is a work of non-fiction, and very philosophical. It is not theological in nature, so I would not think of it that way. It focuses mostly non-Biblical arguments for the existence of God. BTW, I know someone who came to Christ after reading that book.

    So I would take it as philosophy mostly.


    • Eliza says:

      Thank you for your comment, but in his philosophical work he expresses theological positions that are contrary to Scripture and prove that he is not a believer. When I initially read the book, as a brand new Christian, I didn’t understand the consequences of putting my confidence in what he had to say. Since he presented a works centered faith it did influence me in that direction. By God’s grace through His Word He brought me to see that I was a sinner and only through faith in Jesus Christ could I be declared forgiven and righteous. It is interesting that you mention philosophy, God’s Word gives clear warning against being taken captive by vain philosophy. As you therefore have received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him, rooted and built up in Him and established in the faith, as you have been taught, abounding it it with thanksgiving. Beware lest anyone cheat you through philosophy and empty deceit, according to the tradition of men, according to the basic principles of the world, and not according to Christ. For in Him dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily, and you are complete in Him, who is the head of all principality and power. Colossians 2:6-10 Lewis definitely fits this definition, he followed the traditions of the religious establishment and did not follow the Scriptures. That was something that God brought to my mind while I was pondering what Lewis’ early premise was in Mere Christianity, the second time that I read it, that we could somehow come to know God and His Son Jesus Christ through our intellect. However, God, by His Holy Spirit and His glorious Word, reminded me that our intellects are corrupted by our sinful natures and we are unable to come to know God apart from His divine revelation to us through His Wonderful Son Jesus Christ and His Word. Romans chapters 1-3 make it abundantly clear that we suppress the truth in unrighteousness and that there is none who seeks after God. God’s Word in Romans also makes it abundantly clear that we are saved by faith, but it is faith in the Word of God that saves us. So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. Romans 10:17 Regardless of the one you know, there are countless others who are led astray by the evil false doctrines of Lewis. I highlighted at least two in my post. God bless you.

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      • Eliza, I think the points you make are critically important for all Christians to consider, and even more so now given the state of the visible church. We are certainly reaping what we have sown in our far too generous ‘orthodoxy’. There is a point where we have to draw the line and walk away from those things that are not honoring to God. I am still working out where that line is, and appreciate blunt conversation on such issues. In a world trying to sell me a delusion, my preferred (if painful at times) currency is reality. Which of course we can only see with renewed minds and hearts.

        It can certainly be a painful process letting go of things we are fond of, particularly those seemingly harmless things from days past. I realize now, after a year of solid Bible study, excellent sermons and high quality theological reading that much of what I understood about the Christian faith up until now was wrong. Which is interesting to me because my Dad is very orthodox in his theology, and always has been. Maybe I should have listened to him more (that statement is accompanied with the obvious…well, duh). He did read very widely, but I didn’t realize until recently that wasn’t because he agreed with the authors on his shelf, but that as a Bible college teacher and then pastor, he felt it important to be aware of what was being taught in the church, including the false teachings. He is now a great resource for me!

        Anyway, recently as I was researching the emergent church and new age doctrine, I was shocked to discover something about an author I was fond of in my 20’s, M. Scott Peck. Last year I was reading a book of his, and it suddenly occurred to me like a bolt of lightning that there was no way a Christian could not have written the book. I went back and tried to work out what was sounding alarm bells, and after some checking I realised that he was preaching the new age/emergent doctrine of oneness, community and mysticism. What an eye-opener. I went back and re-read The Road Less Traveled with new sight, and there it was as plain as day. But could I see that in my 20’s? Nope. Did I want to? Probably not. As someone very into psychology, I found his writings very intellectually stimulating, which of course fed my intellectual pride. Being smart was always more important to me than being sporty or pretty. Peck and many others suited my worldy, highly intellectual version of Christianity…the one I was willing to maintain in public, but which did not nourish me in private. So…it is possible that they weren’t harmless after all. Sigh…

        Ironically, my initial transition back to true Christianity was via the likes of Joyce Myers, Rob Bell and (nearly) Rick Warren, plus a previous pastor who was preaching dominion theology and promoting the ‘signs and wonders’ gospel. I hate to think where that would have led me had the Holy Spirit not opened my eyes and led me to the Bible itself (I know, who would have thought…), and a Bible-believing, no frills church with godly pastors. It was a relief, because there is no place in any of those movement for high-brow intellectualism. Seriously, Joyce Myers and Rick Warren are like Anthony Robbins on ‘christian crack’…bad for your health, highly addictive and quite frankly not for Christians. Don’t get me started on Rob Bell. Ughhh…. Fortunately, there IS intellectually challenging theological writings that are also doctrinally sound and glorifying to God. Particularly if you are willing to go back a few years!!

        It has been humbling to realize how many faithful Christians have been speaking out against false teachings (and tough issues like abortion…my hat’s off to you Delight in Truth!!), in many different formats and forums. I didn’t listen then, but I sure am listening now. I grew up with ‘fundys’, tried my hardest to shake that label, only to now openly call myself one. No doubt I will be called a ‘hater’ by many. Yet I feel more love and compassion towards my fellow human beings that ever before. Go figure. This world has gone mad. Yet I am the sanest I have ever been. Again, go figure. God really does work in mysterious ways.

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      • I have my concerns about Lewis too, mostly on the issue of depravity. He does not believe in the total depravity of the human soul. He puts too much emphasis on free will and he is definitely wrong about our ability to do good without God. Having said that,, I don’t know if can call him heretic… I would reserve that for cultic faiths like Jehova’s witnesses, non-trinitarians, etc.

        But thank you for drawing our attention to this matter…


  5. Eliza says:

    What an amazing response. I was praising God the whole time I was reading it, because you brought up many important reasons why C, S. Lewis and others like him are so warmly embraced by the visible church. The one I would like to focus on is the conceit of intellectual pride. That desire by the visible church to be considered scholarly has become the stupefying of the church by dragging leader and follower alike into false teaching and error. This is a work of the flesh, and as Paul says in Galatians, those who live like this will not inherit the kingdom of God. If we are in the flesh we cannot please God and so cannot walk in a manner worthy of the gospel. This, as far as the believer is concerned, is an important reason to turn away from all false teaching and hold fast to the Word of God, the Bible. As I have told pastors, who asked me if I could learn from the likes of C. S. Lewis, “Why would I go to a false teacher when I have the Word of the living God?” That is a good question to keep in our minds as we seek to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. God bless you:)

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  6. Eliza says:

    Dear Delight in the Truth,
    God’s Word makes it clear that sinners are depraved, and the greatest error at the center of refusing to believe God’s Word in this matter is that it denigrates the work that Jesus Christ accomplished on the cross for us and makes us co-laborers in our own salvation. This false teaching attacks the work of Jesus Christ. Embracing the trinity is, of course, essential to having saving faith, but there are other doctrines in the Word of God that are just as weighty. If we limit the charge of heresy to just the trinity then we are basically in disagreement with what God’s Word has to say on the matter, and then we can easily endorse the heresy of the Catholic and Orthodox doctrines, along with other aberrations from other Christian sects, and we are then well on our way to being part of the end time apostate worldwide religious whore that is being put forward by the ecumenical movement. These other false teachings can then get a free pass because they claim to believe in the trinity, but they deny other biblical teaching about Jesus Christ that is essential to salvation. However, God’s Word, the Bible, His truth is much more demanding. What makes a person a heretic is their teaching regarding the person and work of Jesus Christ, in addition to their stand on the Scriptures. Whoever transgresses and does not abide in the doctrine of Christ does not have God. He who abides in the doctrine of Christ has both the Father and the Son. 2 John 9-10 Doctrine here entails all that the Scriptures have to say about Jesus Christ. This makes total sense since we are talking about the Word of God, what God has to say about His Son. He hasn’t stuttered and left us to our own devices for knowing who Christ is and what He has accomplished for us. 2 Peter 3:15-17 …and consider that the longsuffering of our Lord is salvation-as also our beloved brother Paul, according to the wisdom given to him has written to you, as also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things, in which are some things hard to understand, which untaught and unstable people twist to their own destruction, as they do also the rest of the Scriptures. You therefore, beloved, since you know this beforehand, beware lest you also fall from your own steadfastness, being led away with the error of the wicked…: notice the condemnation of those who twist Scriptures without any reference to a hierarchy of doctrinal importance. Also, the wicked twist the Scriptures and lead others into error, not the righteous. God has His standards and we disdain them to our own destruction. And so we must keep in mind that having a minimal standard for orthodoxy opens the door to doctrinal aberrations and a “church” that is grotesquely enormous and detestable, devoid of the life of Christ. God bless you.


  7. Ironically (in relation to intellectual pride) there seems to be two rather bizarre camps at the moment. There are those theologians in the emergent or ‘free-will theist’ camps that are still enamored with high-brow intellectualism, seemingly just for the sake of an inane argument. They write irritating books, partly because they are full of lies but also because they just don’t make sense. To them, the pure Gospel is foolishness. Go figure.

    Then there are those in the new apostolic reformation/signs and wonders camp that denigrate almost all forms of biblical or systematic theology. In fact they seem to denigrate anyone who studies at any university or seminary other than the ones they run themselves, or perhaps Dallas Theological Seminary and Oral Roberts University. They openly want you to dumb yourself down.

    Both are repulsive to me. We have brains for a reason. They can either glorify God or be our stumbling block. But we are never called to desert them, or lord them over others!

    Back to the topic at hand (I have digressed slightly), in the end this comes down to spiritual faithfulness, as opposed to adultery. Painful to say, but there you have it.

    By the way, Delight in Truth…how wonderful to have you join this discussion! Eliza, have you seen the work they do? I will post an article from there shortly (If that’s okay, DIT). I am just working up the courage, as it is partly about my story. But hey, that’s not why I am giving them the thumbs up! 😉


    • Eliza says:

      Truthfully, minds enlightened by the Holy Spirit and resting upon the revealed Word of God, both Jesus Christ and the Bible, are the most intellectual of all. Since it is then that we are using our minds as God our Father intended them to be used. The antichrist ideas, doctrines (teachings), philosophies and vain imaginings of the unregenerate mind leads only to greater darkness and foolishness no matter how lofty they appear or their origins. This is why we must make every effort to contend for the faith delineated in the Holy Scriptures. Any other “faith” is man made and damns. So teaching that people can be saved apart from consciously repenting of their sins and calling out to Christ Jesus for salvation is a teaching that damns. This is something that C. S. Lewis taught in Mere Christianity. Sadly, Billy Graham, along with many others in the “evangelical camp” (Robert Schuller) also believe this heresy, making them heretics. Why is it heresy? It contradicts the clear teaching about salvation in the Scriptures, and substitutes man’s vain opinion. Anything that contradicts the clear teaching of Scriptures and substitutes man’s vain opinion is Scripture twisting and is clearly condemned in the Bible. While it is extremely important to have a clear understanding and grasp of what the Scriptures teach, often times man’s system of theology places a man made grid over the Scriptures for the purpose of interpreting the Word of God according to man’s vain opinions. How do we know if this is the case? When we see God’s Word contradicted by what is taught, we can be sure that it is being twisted to fit someone’s agenda driven interpretation. It is sad to say the greatest reason this is being done is covetousness. 2 Peter 2:3 By covetousness they will exploit you with deceptive words; for a long time their judgement has not been idle, and their destruction does not slumber. The warning is to those who propagate the false teaching and those who follow the false teaching. We need to pray that God our Father and Our Lord Jesus Christ will enlighten our minds by the Holy Spirit as we study the Bible so we may be delivered from this end time deception perpetrated by those who believe the lie and refuse to receive the love of the truth that they might be saved. God bless you.


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  9. Gil Burgos says:

    I would prefer that you would comment on my blog, instead of promoting your posts on the subject. Thank you. Pastor Gil


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