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Beloved, that you may know those things that pleases God, I will in few, but yet bitter sweet words counsel you in chastizement concerning those things that are most commonly reported among you. Hearing from reliable sources, and even the guilty parties of how there are robbers in the body of Christ, I must need bring this thing before the church that they may be properly disposed of. For I am concerned as to how theft amongst the brethren, which is done so openly is not being brought to correction by those who have the power, and authority to address them. Therefore, there is indeed a fault in leadership, that has allowed such an unacceptable offense to burden the flock, until decention is more common among you, than the praise of the lord. And I, whom hath sent one among you, not as a spy, but as a business man hath observerd this complaint, and hath found himself to also have be defrauded by many of you. This is not a matter whereby I should come to you in weakness. For if there be robbers in the body of Christ, this will not be taken lightly. And though you may feel that the motions that will lead to my judgement in this matter may be rude, I asssure you, that it will be by the power, and wisdom of God. AMEN!
To God who hath by the blood of Jesus Christ given me a new life to the praise of his glory. Making me a most honorable vessel of honor who is being perfected in love, and hath committed me to the patience and power of the holy sprit that the will of God made be known through me unto those in which I am ordained to oversee Whom I am confident in your faith, that those things in which hath been preached unto you, ye hath declared before many witnesses that ye do believe. And though there be faults among you that must need be corrected, still your salvation that is binding by the blood of the lamb is my agssigment in the gospel. And my joy, is that your joy in the the lord will be full, as we all walk in love to overcome the world, as Christ hath overcome the world. Amen!
Congregation of Commendable Thieves
Dear children, the lord hath told us that when we are offended that we should not take the matters of the church to the law. To not sue one another, rather allow ourselves to be defrauded. To speak lovingly with the brethren in whom the offense has come. And if he would not hear you, then ye shall come unto him again with a witness, that ye may show long suffering in your willingness to meet an ageement in a holy understanding with the said offender. If then he will not hear you, then ye are commanded of Christ to move this matter before the church. If the offender still will not hear you, then ye must close your mouths to the matter, and let him be as a heathen man, thus saith the lord! And this is indeed the comandment God toward the church.
These things were set in order by the God in which ye claim to love. Who giveth such wisdom that there would be peace among the brethren. That the praise of God which ye all are in debt would go forth in all honest. But howbeit, that ye would stand before the lord with holy hands, singing praises unto his glory knowing that you hath robbed your brother?Whereforth cometh the peace that will permit you to stand before God as a theif, and sayest how I love thee to him who saith, thou shalt not steal, while having no desire in your hearts to repent, and no intent to walk after Godliness. For ye hath somehow judged yourselves innocent of robbery even when the blood of theft is upon your hand before many witnesses.
Beloved, I am sorely displeased with you. However, not at the offense. For I understand temptation, and know that men do fall. But for ye to not have been ignorant, and know the truth of God, and still blatently disregard every principle surrounding the alleged offense is blasphemous. My children I am not afraid to tell you the truth. Neither fear I any of your faces. For if your heart convict you of being a robber, how will you be boastful, and glory in that you hath paid your tithe and offering. Knowing that what you hath given God, is that in which ye hath stolen from thy brother or sister.
Beloved, ye may as well have been a fornicator or adulterer. Who give themselves to this evil in the present of God with the justification that the flesh is weak. Knowing how suchlike things are punishable by death, and even eternal damnation. Where then is your salvation being work out if ye despise the instruction of God because ye still love darkness? For there will be no fornicators, neither adulturers permitted in heaven. And likewise beloved, neither shall there be any thieves to enter therein. But who hath stolen this understanding from you? Do ye not know that ye must quickly make this well with the brethren before the lord even accepts your gift? For repentance is a requirement, and not an obtion to those who hope to walk with God in honesty and truth.
My friends I hath spoken to your shame. I've judged your fauilts by the word of God. And by the measure of the grace of Christ toward me I hath ushered you into the presence of God. For he has offered you again a space of repentance before many witness. Prayerfully ye are not lifted up with pride. For I would that you would go to the alter, fall on your faces, and receive the forgiveness of God. Make the offense that you hath commited well with the brethren. Know that the word of God shall not return unto him void. Submit yourselves to the truth of the lord, and be delivered of this thing that can very well bring damnation to your souls.
Think not that because you are a good person at heart that ye can not go to the lake of fire. For did having a good heart prevent you from being born in sin, and shaped in iniquity. In fact, is stealing from the brethren the work of a good heart? Beloved I say this because evil even worketh in a good heart. And it worketh destruction. For the same good heart that praises God hath stolen from the brethren. If then your good heart allows you to do evil whereby you will not repent, how then will that good heart keep you out of hell? This I say because I know that there is good in you. That I know that ye do not set out to do those things that will have you numbered among theives. But ye through slothfulness hath allowed this temptation to work in you to where as you hath received dishonorable gain. And the comandment of God is not willing to overlook such iniquity.
My children I will not give over to the desires of the evil one. I love you everyday with my whole heart. My desire is that ye would know Christ as he is. He is righteous. Therefore, I hath preached the righteousness of God to you in sterness. Know that I do not look at you as theives. But I've spoken unto you as ones who through slothfulness hath taken on the form of a theif unwillingly. Bringing decesion among yourselves that would troubled the peace of God among the beloved. But satan, who can not stand in your presence in this hour hath now departed. For we agree with one another that God is true , and every man in the deed a lie.
So do well my children, and render unto him those things in which ye owe. Make peace with yourselves by honoring God's word. Give what you owe lovingly, and not grudgingly. For the bible said do not be weary in well doing And wherever this letter is being obeserved, let all the men of God give thanks unto the lord for glorifying himself high above the earth. Who hath again in his glorious jealousy regarding us hath chasen us with the stern convictions of his glorious affections toward the bride of Christ. Therefore, do not allow shame to keep you from coming to the altar. For if shame hath the power to keep you from repenting, then your shame has just caused you to disown Christ. And the Lord hath said, if you are ashamed to own me before man, then will I be ashamed to own you before my father which art in heaven.
Therefore to all ye men of God, whether ye be pastors, prophets, apostles, evangelist, or teachers. do not be afraid, to speak on those things in which the lord hath set in order. This I comand you! Lest the lord taketh away your stewardship, for he finds know pleasure in cowards, neither a slothful servant. And to him that places greater value on money than the things of God, I warn you, that ye can not by a rainy day in hell with all of the riches in the world. Therefore repent, and judge yourselves worthy of eternal life. And to those of you who oppose my communications, I command you to close your mouths, lest the sharpeness of your tongues shall cut thine own throat, and ye shall choke from your own blood.
Beloved with all things being properly addressed and disposed of I shall leave you for now. Yet my love is with you always. Do not be afraid to consult with me concerning the matters of the church. For if there are things therein wherby the peace has been overthrown, I should indeed hear of such things. The church belongs to the lord, and will not be taken by inquity. Neither shall the lord return, and find the body of Christ in bed with babylon. Whenever I shall hear of your affairs ye shall also receive my blessings, and my judgement. For I will not lose you to the enemy. Y eare my witnesses of hoiw the lord has performed his love toward us, and hath delived us from a most miserable iniquity. Whereby satan had come from within, and attempted by his most masterful cunningness to turn the church of God, into a congregation of commendable thieves. Yet God, who is faithful hath not permitted it to be so. Therefore, praise the lord, keep the faith, and walk in love. In Jesus' name. Amen!
Written by: The Fivefold Prince of Stewardship
Prisoner of the Lord's Genius