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Ideal Church of God is to make you solitary with h

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Ideal Church of God is to make you solitary with high intrinsic Values in Christ Jesus - 2. Now, Jesus hired twelve Labourers called the twelve close-circle disciples by the once born people. They were twelve because they had to teach the rectified moral laws of Moses in honour of John, the Baptist, an ideal Levi priest of Moses. Moses' moral laws are concerned with seven types of works that are represented by the seven candles of Menorah. The remaining five are related to the five temptations of heart that are lust for sex or immorality, anger, greed, worldly temptations and haughtiness, which were also the five husbands of the Samaritan woman at the well (John 4) that she had overpowered i.e. they were living with her but dominating or husbanding her no more.

The character or nature of these five is also stated in Luk.12.52: "For from henceforth there shall be five in one house (body) divided, three against two, and two against three". The first "three" are related to the once-born simpletons of "flesh", which are:- (1). "Ego" of 'seed', of 'physical skill or prowess' such as wrestling, football, etc., which makes a person big-headed, (2). "Anger", through which the simpletons resent when they cannot understand the matters of spirit and (3). “Haughtiness” of the knowledge of the 'letters' as the Pharisees had of the written Torah and the university theologians of to-day have of the New Testament letters as well. The second "two" are related to the twice-born clever people, who are dominated by "evil mind" or "evil spirit" such as of the type of Judas Iscariot and they are:- (4). 'Greed' and (5). 'Worldly temptations' - Matt.4.8-10. In the house (body), which is dominated by the "wisdom" of Christ Jesus, the Gospel, all the above five are not only under control but they are also at "Peace" making the person a "Royal King".



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