Irish commission reveals church cover up of grave sins



(Mat 16:11,12 NKJV) "How is it you do not understand that I did not speak to you concerning bread?; but to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees."Then they understood that He did not tell them to beware of the leaven of bread, but of the doctrine of the Pharisees and Sadducees.

20 May 2009. Ireland, Dublin. The Associated Press reported that in a 2,600 pages Child Abuse Commision report of the 250 church run workhouse type schools or orphanages, thousands of young boys and girls were raped and physically abused by priests and nuns in a systematic manner over decades. The cover up was at a highest level up to the Vatican. many of the ex-pupils now in their 50s to 80s, are still living in trauma. It is the same Christian church that has strongly condemned the mutual affection and love between two consenting adults as sin despite being no different that heterosexual love except of the same sex. The entire doctrine of the Pharisees and Sadducees with particular attention to law keeping was based on hypocrisy which Jesus himself warned us about. When you see churches such as the City Harvest Church, the Anglican and the Methodist calling for the application of the 10 commandments, it is itself a doctrine, a way of thinking and religious beliefs, that will lead to hypocrisy. When we insist on the 10 commandments, a strange thing happen, we did not succeed to follow it but instead insist that others even outside of the church follows it to the letter of the law and denounced them as sinners if they failed to do so even if they were not in our church.

There is a strong anger and denunciation against gays, because we can't follow the Jewish religious laws ourselves. We try to focus on the sin of others even the smallest sins or in the case of gays, it is very doubtful if it was a sin in the first place, to take away the focus on our own failures to follow the Jewish religious laws. Condeming gays makes us look good and sooths our conscience that there are a greater sinners and so we tend to exagerate their "sins" by creating a so called "Homosexual aggenda", and making up stories that Gays are anti-Family and anti-church. Sometimes we are so angry of gays because deep insisde we are trying to cover up that perhaps we are many times worst. We deny gays of love, company, and relationship and forced them to deny who they were created all in the name of God, whilsts in that very same name, we commit the vilests of sins against the defenceless. Jesus highlighted the yeast in the religious bread, the hypocrisy within the church that will undermined its entire ministry. We condemn gays for a "sin" that is very doubtful and biblically unjustified, yet like a white wash tombs hide dead skeletons within.

Why does the Pharisees have white wash tombs, because of religion and their strong adherance to the law which brings out the deep sins in their hearts. They thought that the adherance to the Jewish laws would changed them and make them more holy. It seems, that it was outwardly so, but the law brings no inward change and what was not committed in the broad daylight was committed in the darkness of the night against the defenceless whilsts we proclaim in the public square how great a sinners gays are, and how protective we are of the family unit especially children.

Why did Church of Our Saviour, the Anglican, and the Methodist church have special courses to try to change gays? because it takes away the focus for the need of the church to change and to examine and reflect why through the law they have not change much internally. We may look good outwardly but inwardly, we may be monsters. Look behind every obsessive and overly focus on a single issue and you will find skeletons. Condeming gays exalts their own self righteousness and reaffirms their morality. They talk about morality and family values but then do a well planned take over of a secular organization with no qualms of guilty conscience or see anything as wrong. It is the religious Law, and the letter of the Law kills, causing us to take actions without grace nor mercy not contemplating the fact we are sinners too if we interpret the bible in the same manner as we judged others. It is the Log in our eyes that prevents us from seeing the truth because we keep focussing on the spec of dust in others.

(Luke 12:1,2 NKJV) In the meantime, when an innumerable multitude of people had gathered together, so that they trampled one another, He began to say to His disciples first of all, "Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, which is hypocrisy. "For there is nothing covered that will not be revealed, nor hidden that will not be known.

There will be a great shaking in the church, continuous revelation of improprietry even though we will continue to strongly deny it. The church denied that there were any irregularities in the schools that they ran in Ireland for the last 50 years. There was a cover up right up to the top hierachy of the church. The evangelicals are no different, with Benny Hinn for example exposed quite badly in under cover stings. Yet, it seems that the religious remains faithful and see no wrong whilst the slightest of sin of the gay community is condemned.

There is a call of God this day, to look within ourselves and not at others, to see whether if there is anything wrong within. Create in a me a clean heart cried King David as he realised his heart was deceitful and evil to the extend of causing deaths to the innocent. He knew that if He had continued, the Holy Spirit would be taken away from him just as as the annointing was taken away from Saul. We have caused many deaths in the gay community and their voices calls out to God for justice. There are few miracles in the church because look carefully, we have blood stained hands. Without power miracles, our message is not substantiated and we failed to witness Christ, for the ministry of Christ was a ministry of supernatural signs and wonders as a witness to the saving grace and power of Jesus Christ.

As we reflect upon our own blood stained hands, by the Law would lead us to a Spirit of condemnation of others, but by grace would lead us to realising the depths of grace and forgiveness we have in Christ Jesus, giving us the power to change. God seeks to work through us for end time revival, but He cannot if we are not clean and ready vessels, to be used for His glory and honour.

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