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Accuser of the Brethren (Exposed)

Three Wishes: Grace Mercy Peace.

Grace unto you, and peace,
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

Francis Frangipane, a prophetic apostolic minister having many groupies among carnal christians who love this sort of ministry focused on spiritual warfare rather than on "he is our peace", and evidently the spirit of err of twain (false/true) spirits in 1Jn 4 we should try to see which is witch, the one "of God" being the true-th... this (other wise) sort of brethren, the childish and devilish sort, wrote a subtle 'Discernment Series' booklet entitled "Exposing the Accusser of the Brethren":

And for the sake of clarity (Christ's sake) I say such not for condemnation to any, but rather for Christ-like awareness and understanding to all.

Therein FF gives his version of the problem, then subtly accuses brethren of being accusser of the brethren (which is partly true), but falls short of getting to or exposing the root of the problem, much like many 2Cor 11:15 ministers who still promote sin consciousness (impute sin for the hell of it), which requires a cover up of such a multitude of sins with more sacrifice and offering (which is "of the law") to their L-rd: law, who is not saviour but rather destroyer of those saved, as noted in Jude 5. Saved + destroyed after is a bad ending, especially in the prophetic third day we are now in, and such is not millennial, but eternal.

FF also mentions restoration, via grace and truth, which came by Jesus Christ, but skilfully leaves out all of the truth, that law's accuser of the brethren (Jn 5:45), also leaving out the best part of good better best, which is the word of truth being rightly divided to all grace and no law at all, such as with a God of "all grace" (no law at all);

Since "a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump", lawyers do it, leave out evidence so the whole matter isn't conclusively evident beyond a shadow of doubt, law being the "shadow" (Heb 10), and such "darkness" (Lk 11) is not to be found in "that God" is light, and in him is no darkness at all (1Jn 1:5), nor shadow of turning (Jam 1:17) in such a God as that one of this/that Gods, foolish/wise Gods, false/true spirits we should try to see which is witch of twain.

In him (the God of "all grace") there is no law at all (no darkness at all in "that Light" of this/that lights, no condemnation in "that Spirit" of this/that spirits). Hence no sin either (for only law imputes sin: Rom 5:13), nor any deadly sting (dead end) of sin (imputed by law); law being both the source and strength of sin, which bringeth forth death to all [Rom 4:15; 5:13; 1Cor 15:22,56; Jam 1:15]... which is extinction, not be, non existence, and what that God (of this/that Gods) will "not" have [Ps 40:7; Hos 6:6; Mt 9:13; Heb 10:8]: not then, not now, not ever.

To wit, "that God" was in "Christ" ("the end of the law") reconciling the world unto himself, NOT IMPUTING their trespasses unto them: 2Cor 5:19.

My Bible doesn't do such (leave out evidence, leaving the whole matter inconclusive); For whatever isn't made plainly evident by JC is made plainly evident by "his witness unto all men": Paul.

Paul says it's "evident" that no man is justified by the law in the sight of God (Gal 3). Such is provable from evidence found in scriptures "written aforetime for our learning" (Rom 15;4). So Paul tells Timothy: "evangelist, make full proof of thy ministry"... lest the decisive conclusion of the whole matter of law -vs- grace, and such grace + law("added") is as life + death = a dead end, be not crystal clear, plainly obvious, "evident" to all by looking at all the evidence.

Susan Jeffers, in "Feel The Fear And Do It Anyway" (now in over 25 countries, 17 languages) did a similar job of exposing fear as a worldwide 'epidemic'; But also stopped short of actually revealing the 'root source' of hindering fear, throwing down the gauntlet for anyone (but her) to reveal the root source of fear, and epidemic torment thereof such "fear hath torment".

I gladly pick up such gauntlets and expose the root source, the source of fear (hath torment), and the accuser of brethren all, condemner of brethren all, worker of wrath, and infirmites, and strife, and confusion among brethren all, even wars and death. Such is the law, which is "of Moses" (not of God).

In John 5:45 Jesus Christ (speaking plainly of the Father) plainly says His grace and truth thereof will NOT accuse any to the Father, but law (lie thereof) does, which was given by Moses; also noting that many do err by putting their trust in the law, which is bibilically a schoolmaster (Gal 3) to bring us unto Christ: the end of the law, and evidently the sort of schoolmaster that failed every student (Rom 9:31; Heb 11: 13,39)... God having provided some "better" thing for "us" than (blind) faith in the law of Moses (Heb 11: conclusion)... such as no law at all (Heb 13: conclusion), which is also the conclusion of Revelation (uncovering, revealing, disclosure), the full monty sort promised in Luke 12:2. Selah.

Law is not only the accuser of the brethren, but also a faulty sin imputing fault-finder which "worketh wrath", and vengeance, and hatred, and strife, and fear, and war, and is a ministration of both condemnation and death (to brethren all). It's a lie, a liar from the beginning (where it's "added"), and even added again (10 commandments) and again (torah) to make it even more obvious (plain, clear, evident) "where no law there no transgression" (Rom 4;15), and the woman was "in the transgression" (1Tim2); so there had to be a "law worketh wrath" added to "grace is sufficient" if the woman was in the transgression, and the woman in such transgression (law) was notably deceived. Selah.

In contrast to law "worketh wrath" (Rom 4:15), His grace speaks revelatory truth about the law: http://www.godshew.org/Law.htm

Grace is not "added" like law "was" (but is not, since law got abolished after time for such a counter part in the God expired). Grace "is" (eternal), and "is sufficient" (no law req'd) by itself. Hence we are saved by grace, grace alone, pure grace (void of law), not by a perverted and polluted gospel of grace + law = saved + destroyed after, which is as life + death = a dead end (the "destruction" thereof such law law being the "no escape" sort: 1Thes 5:3).

However, in the mysterious God shew of the Holy Bible containing Old & New Testaments, wherein such things an "allegory" (Gal 4:24) "written aforetime for our learning" (Rom 15:4), we have grace being (as if) the dead testator of the Old Testament so law might be of "force", then law being dead testator of the New Testament so grace may be of "force" (Hebrews 9).

To establish grace that's of force, and to all (not some only), we are to let law be what it's intended to be in the New Testament: the "dead" testator thereof. For since law is contrary to His grace, both contrary and against us all, it needs to be blotted out (Col 2), abolished (Eph 2), done away (2Cor 3), taken away (Heb 10), cast out (Gal 4), and flushed as dung (Phil 3).

The (singular) script-u-are (of contrary scriptures) saith "cast out the bondwoman and her son" (allegory: cast out the law and result of the law: sin and death). The obvious benefit (if "law worketh wrath") is no more wrath, and (if "fear hath torment") no more torment, and (if law a ministration of condemnation and death) no more condemnation or death. Such is life, the eternal sort.

For law, lie thereof, accusation thereof, sin imputation thereof, condemnation thereof, wrath thereof, death to all thereof (in Adam all die), was given "by Moses", not by God canNOT lie NOR die (it is impossible for His grace to either lie or die).

The law (lie) was given by Moses,
but grace (truth) came by Jesus Christ...Jn 1:17

He taketh away the first,
that he may establish the second...Heb 10:9

is anyone there or am I speaking into a vacuum?

Law can NEVER make the comers thereunto perfect, for it is imperfect, faulty, a fault-finder, a sin imputor, a ministration of condemnation and death to "all" (not some only, as many deceived by many do erroneously perceive by mixing grace + law, the only plausibel combo since grace "is" and law "added")... grace + law being as life + death = a dead end (the end mentioned in 2Cor 11:15; Heb 7:23; etc)... an oxyMORON with a BAD ending like saved + destroyed in Jude 5, and like blessed + cursed = accursed in Gal 1.

Such imputation of sin (for the hell of it) and cover up blessed (the first of twain in Rom 4: 7,8 from Ps 32: 1,2) is not the man kind God said let "us" make, but rather a "child of hell" thing mentioned in Mt 23, notably by hypocrites, fools, vipers, and blind guides who sit in Moses' seat: Mt 23:1. Such is the childish part of child/man in 1Cor 13:11, to be put away in order to be the man kind God said let us "make", declaring the end (of law) from the beginning... lest all perish from willing ignorance, the sort of ignorance of a CHILDISH-Adult such as the LORD-God in Gen 2: 16 -vs- 17, where law "added" to "my grace is sufficient for thee" (no law req'd).

The "grace" of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.

Daniel Miles

Re: Accuser of the Brethren (Exposed)

Grace unto you, and peace,
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

Notably in the holy kiss greeting of Pauline epistles it's only (pure) grace unto you from God our Father (as pure wisdom from is then peace-able in James 3), and then it's peace from the Lord Jesus Christ. So if not pure grace, then peace not able from JC either. For peace with God is "through" Jesus => Christ, and the "Christ" thereof "that God" was in "reconcling the world unto himself" (and notably not imputing their trespasses unto them) is Christ: "the end of the law"... hence the end of accusation of brethren.

It's an "allegory" (Gal 4:24) with a moral, and "written aforetime for our learning" (Rom 15:4).

Notably in Revelation 19:10, the testimony of Jesus Christ is the "spirit" of prophecy (not the letter of prophecy, for the letter killeth: 2Cor3, and allegorically the letter is the law, which is a ministration of condemnation and death, so all law written in stone and in ink is to be done away).

Notably in Mt 24:21b Jesus Christ gives no place at all to the great tribulation of law worketh wrath; for giving place to law not only gives place to wrath and infirmities, but gives place to sin and death upon all, since only law imputes sin (Rom 4:15; 5:13) and sin brings forth death (1Cor 15:56; 2Cor 3; Jam 1:15). Law is notably both the source and strength of sin in Rom 14:23-Gal 3:12 and 1Cor 15:56.

Notably you canNOT spoil the hse of sin without first binding the strong man of such a hse (Mt, Mk) and law is notably the strong man (strength) of sin (1Cor).

Being wrongfully accused can be just as disastrous as being wrongfully convicted; as many will testify they have had to change cities or states or countries when an accusation turned everyone against them to the point they're career and reputation was destroyed.

Notably there is no mercy in pure law; for all who died under Moses' law died "without mercy" (Hebrews). And notably law does not produce hopefulness, but rather hopelessness because law is a mission impossible, sin imputation thereof unpardonable in this world or the to come...

POINT being "grace is sufficient" (no law req'd).

God canNOT lie, so if His Grace said my grace is sufficient, you can believe it is the truth.

The "grace" of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.

Re: Re: Accuser of the Brethren (Exposed)

http://www.ministryofdreams.freeservers.com I saw the accuser of the bretheren in a vision. In this, I saw a man who was an off white, and good loooking, and he was looking down, and angry, and he said, kind of yelling "i am satan"

Re: Accuser of the Brethren (Exposed)

Hey Bob,

Grace unto you, and peace,
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

The only man called Satan in the Bible was Peter, who was told get behind me (as if to say yer dung), and also told: "when (not if) thou art converted, then strengthen thy brethren".

The same biblical exhortation might apply to ye.

The "grace" of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.

Daniel Miles
His grace is sharper than any twoedged sword