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Obedience
There is no good thing that God will withhold from those who look to Him. Who are those that look to Him? Those who are ready to hear Him in all things and obey Him. Obey Him in what? There are three levels of obedience, covering all aspects of life. Hear what they are and how you can walk in them.

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Objectivity?
One dictionary defines it as “judgment based on observable phenomena and uninfluenced by emotions or personal prejudices.” Obvious emotions and prejudices aside, are we not all influenced one way or another to see things as we do?

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Objectivity? Part 2
Being born of God, one will begin to see things as God sees them, and to think as God thinks. They are now one in spirit and nature, the fruit more evident as time passes. There is no other way to see as another.

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Offendedness
Jesus said that those who were not offended in Him were blessed. How hard, yes, even impossible, it is for men and women to not be offended by the Truth. We have all been there. It is time to take a closer look at what has been reaped by taking offense, and to differentiate between reactions of selfishness and speaking the Truth in righteousness.

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Offerings, Cain and Abel
What was different about Cain and Abel’s offerings to the Lord? It was that God had called on Abel to make his offering while Cain presumptuously offered to God.

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Offspring, Todd White
counterfeit Spirit of Satan exposed

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Opining Without Facts, Proof, or Truth
Toby writes, “I’ve been reading your website for the last little while and have been browsing your “False Teachers” section. Sadly, I believe you are missing an organization on your list: Yourself.”

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Opinion
Humankind takes pride in the false humility of saying, “It is only my opinion.” But is it not opinion that divides us from God and from each other? People act as if by having an opinion, and allowing others to have the same, they are promoting peace and goodwill. While choosing to opine, many think they are being objective, broad-minded, and understanding, but it is the very opposite. Opinion promotes division, strife, disagreement, and dissension. That is how and why there are 35,000 plus “Christian” denominations and so many other religions.

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Opinion, The Truth of God is Not an
Victor wrote the following in a response to a recent letter from Bimmy: There are things of God and things of men. There are good things and there are evil things. God has created both, and both have proceeded from men. He has used men to do both. His purpose is to teach us to know good and evil, to choose good, and to prosper in Him. When Paul says that all men’s presentations are false, he is saying that what is of the flesh is false, and what is of the Spirit of God is true.

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Order, A Higher
A reader's response to “A Curse on the Betrayal of Canada”:Reader's response: I'm not sure what you're getting at here. If you are referring to the present

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  1. Lorna McLauhlin May 4, 2019 at 10:04 am

    You claim that those on your “false teachers” list come with their own teachings and not the Lord’s, yet you claim to have received extra-biblical revelations from God…hmmm…

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    1. There’s a significant difference between “extra-Biblical” and “anti-Biblical.” Nothing I speak or teach is anti-Biblical. And if you think God no longer personally relates to His children but by the Words of the Bible, as True as they are, then you have fallen into Bibliolatry, a subtle, yet powerfully destructive sin.

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  2. Mrs Wendy Quartly February 14, 2020 at 3:22 am

    Lorna didn’t state that she thinks God no longer speaks today. You accuse her of falling into a ‘subtle yet powerfully destructive sin’which is unfounded. Somebody has questioned yourselves and you hit back with more negative rhetoric. I belive you have fallen into the subtle yet powerfully destructive sin of pride and judgement of your fellow brothers and sisters.

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    1. Victor Hafichuk here at my wife Marilyn’s computer:

      Have I judged brothers and sisters in Christ or have I judged tares? The latter, I’m surely persuaded. You defend Lorna while she is the one entering in judging me without understanding or authority. If I’m wrong in interpreting what she is saying, then the two of you can clarify exactly her purpose and meaning. I will deal with it and render a judgment that is appropriate. Thus far, you only prove me to be right, Wendy. I judge righteous judgment as commanded. You two, on the other hand, are religious and unrealistic, enemies of the cross. Prove me wrong.

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