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D EAR GENERAL JIM AND DEBORAH, I am writing this in accordance with the teachings on Grace that I have heard, and have been inspired by in your messages on Grace. After careful personal study on these subjects, as you suggested in the Grace series, I have done my own research and am more than willing to conclude that your teachings are spiritually and theologically sound. In studying these things out, I have to come to realize many more things I would like to share with you, hence this letter.

My intent here is to point out the thorough theological differences that many churches in this hour have knowingly, and unknownly, participated in/been subjected to, as well as to identify many aspects of the grace, love, and ‘Jesus’ BUBBLES that many Christians in this hour have put around themselves—mostly because of Church brainwashing.

The church, indeed, has such an extremely brainwashing effect, that even sincere Christians may quickly become something I term as: “grace covers all my current sins” people.

How can you say that about my church?!”

A WAY to identify the brainwashing job of the churches in this hour, is simply to compare them to the Christians and Churches of old. The mentality is 180% different. Here are some topics on which the modern views, greatly vary from the traditional perspectives:


* Love                  * Preaching

* Homosexuality * Legal/Illegal Drugs

* Judgment         * Repentance

* Grace                * Biblical Requirements

* Loving Money   * Standards

* The Bible           * Hell/Heaven


If you were to consider what the turn of the 19th century preachers, or even the fifties men of old taught, as opposed to the teachings of nowadays, THE DOCTRINAL DIFFERENCES ARE SIMPLY ASTRONOMICAL! This is the proof that an exhaustive brainwashing job has been performed. How could standards take such an incredibly drastic [DOWNHILL] descent in as little as a half a century? Things that would never even be mentioned among Christians in previous generations (particularly in American history), are now accepted and practiced! Actually, this is so even to the extent that if a person do not “blend in” with modern preaching, they are branded a “hate-monger!” The ‘CHRISTIANS,’ and even preachers, of today are worse than the ‘PAGANS’ 60-70 years ago!

The way to overcome this brainwashing and skewered perception is to SEE these negatively influencing ideas, REPENT, and be WASHED by the TRUE WORD, which is the WHOLE BIBLE!


ADJ. “Subjected to intensive forced indoctrination resulting in the REJECTION OF OLD BELIEFS and acceptance of new ones”

A tell-tale sign of the brainwashing is the rejection of the very Bible (tradition and OLD BELIEFS) that the church once claimed to know and love, which state these words (including judgment and repent) very frequently. And, if one were not TAUGHT to oppose certain Biblical words and principles, a Bible-believing person would state them with sentiment and fervor!

Many would not understand that they have been brainwashed, because it is such a common procedure now, that it is the EXPECTED STATE for one to be in if they are calling themselves a “Christian.”

However, when talking to people professing to be Christians, the most common response to “repent,” is: “I already did.”

Another one is: “That’s those Old Testament people, but we’re under New Testament grace now!” Let me state that just because we are under grace, it does not mean that “repentance” is not part of grace, or part of the New Testament. And, as far as being in the New Testament, HALF of the instances of the word “repent” found in the KJV Bible are in the New Testament! And don’t forget that that is disproportionate, because the Old Testament is MUCH longer than the New Testament; this makes “REPENT” more of a NEW TESTAMENT WORD, than even an Old Testament one!

People need to realize that there is a whole world of repentance that lies undiscovered. Without continuing repentance, there little continuing change (“change”=“An event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another”) happens, which hopefully, would be growth!

The Grace Bubble ❍

“WHAT IS the ‘Grace Bubble’?”

The Grace Bubble is a state that many church people at present live in (General Deborah refers to it as greasy-grace! in one of her grace teachings entitled: “Turn and Repent”). In many modern “Christian” establishments, people are taught that: “God loves me. Everything is about grace! WE DO NOT ‘PREACH’ ABOUT JUDGMENT OR HELL HERE!”

Where in the Bible is ‘God loves you’ expressed without a followup statement? The same is true for real-life instances…“you will get 10.75 an hour, healthcare benefits, and raises every month”…that’s it? What about the fact that the requirements in order to get these things are that you have to accept the conditions/terms of the job, and fulfill the obligations?

That is DEFINITELY a factor involved: there are stipulations to God’s love/grace i.e., like BEHAVING ACCEPTABLY BEFORE HIM!

General Jim in “By Grace Pt. 1" points out this principle about wages using Romans 6:23, explaining: “For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.”

Yes, indeed, grace is ‘comforting,’ but once already learned (obviously it is when one is a truly born-again Christian, because they have learned about grace when they first-handedly experienced it!), it is comforting, but does not provide all the tenets needed for the necessary Christian education, growth, and leadership fruition.

People {especially CHURCH people!} get concerned that when somebody talks about things that Christians are supposed to be doing, that they are “forgetting about grace.” However, this is a misconception altogether. The real Christian knows they are saved by grace. Because of their love for Jesus, they strive in ALL ways to please Him, not just works, but by cleansing their lives and hearts from iniquity.

If someone is in the church system, they will most likely be brainwashed that: “you do not do works because that is ‘religious.’” This concept is not found in the Bible. The opposite is found. Although we do not work to be justified, we are justified by faith and our works–because they prove our faith.

Similarly, a quote from the Pulpit Commentary is applicable: “If we profess to trust in God, Satan will tempt us to trust in our faith alone. ‘Cast thyself down: for it is written,’ etc. He would push our confidence to the extreme of presumption.”

But, nothing could put it more clearly than the Bible on this point!:

“What doth it profit, my brethren, though a man say he hath faith, and have not works? can faith save him? If a brother or sister be naked, and destitute of daily food, And one of you say unto them, Depart in peace, be ye warmed and filled; notwithstanding ye give them not those things which are needful to the body; what doth it profit? EVEN SO FAITH, IF IT HATH NOT WORKS, IS DEAD, BEING ALONE(James 2:14-17).

Another Instance

ANOTHER ACCOUNT of the ‘Grace’/’God loves you’ bubble brainwashing job, is when people focus so explicitly much on John 3:16. No doubt this Scripture does tell of God’s wonderful love, but, many people do not quote, and I dare say, do not know/have never even heard, of John 3:18, which says: “He that believeth on him is not condemned: but HE THAT BELIEVETH NOT IS CONDEMNED ALREADY, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.”

CONDEMNED? To many that does not sound like a ‘nice’ statement. However, what COULD be nicer than helping people out of a very unpleasant situation called HELL? Nice, YES, it sounds nice to me!!!; it just does not sound ‘nice’ to people who are “REJECTING OLD BELIEFS, and accepting new ones" (definition of ‘brainwashed’).


Curious or Reproving?

TALK ABOUT grace and love more”?

A good question to ask is: “Do they really want to LEARN more about grace? Or, do they want people to ‘mention’ these words so they can feel comfortable {yes, even in sin}?” They themselves, or someone they know is living in sin/accepting and approving sin. The TRUE answer to their question is that PEOPLE MUST READ AND APPLY THE WHOLE BIBLE (and yes, they do have access to it, ESPECIALLY in America!).

We do not need to INVENT what WE THINK we should devote the most of our time defending and talking about. Our focus should be on THE BIBLE ITSELF, because it TELLS US THE CENTRAL POINTS TO FOCUS ON (But note that it is NOT necessarily GRACE.) :

“If ye love me, keep my commandments” (John 14:15).

It is extremely important to find out WHAT these commandments that we should focus on are!

 So, what are some of those commandments that we WILL KEEP if we love Him?

“For the [true] love of God is this: that we DO HIS COMMANDS [KEEP HIS ORDINANCES AND ARE MINDFUL OF HIS PRECEPTS AND TEACHING]. And these orders of His are not irksome (burdensome, oppressive, or grievous). For WHATEVER IS BORN OF GOD IS VICTORIOUS OVER THE WORLD; and this is the victory that conquers the world, even our faith. Who is it that is victorious over [that conquers] the world but he who believes that Jesus is the son of god [who adheres to, trusts in, and relies on that fact]? ... I write this to you who BELIEVE IN (ADHERE TO, TRUST IN, AND RELY ON) THE NAME OF THE SON OF GOD [in the peculiar services and blessings conferred by Him on men], so that you may know [with settled and absolute knowledge] that YOU [ALREADY] HAVE LIFE, YES, ETERNAL LIFE. And this is the confidence (the assurance, the privilege of boldness) which we have in Him: [we are sure] that if we ASK ANYTHING (MAKE ANY REQUEST) ACCORDING TO HIS WILL (in agreement with His own plan), HE LISTENS TO AND HEARS US. And if (since) we [positively] know that He listens to us in whatever we ask, we also know [with settled and absolute knowledge] that we have [granted us as our present possessions] the requests made of Him. If anyone sees his brother [believer] committing a sin that does not [lead to] death (the extinguishing of life), he will PRAY AND [GOD] WILL GIVE HIM LIFE [yes, He will grant life to all those WHOSE SIN IS NOT ONE LEADING TO DEATH]. There is a sin [that leads] to death; I do not say that one should pray for that. All wrongdoing is sin, and THERE IS SIN WHICH DOES NOT [INVOLVE] DEATH [THAT MAY BE REPENTED OF AND FORGIVEN]. We know [absolutely] that anyone born of God does not [deliberately and knowingly] practice committing sin...This [Man] is the true God and Life eternal. Little children, KEEP YOURSELVES FROM IDOLS (false gods)--[from anything and everything that would occupy the place in your heart due to God, from any sort of substitute for Him that would take first place in your life]. Amen (so let it be). (1 Jn. 5:3-5, 13-21, Amplified Bible).

Paraphrased, the commands (in order) in this chapter were:

1. Do His commands: keep His ordinances and be mindful of His precepts and teachings.

2. If you are born of God, you will be victorious over the world.

3. Believe in (adhere to, trust in, and rely on) the name of the Son of God—Jesus.

4. Know [with settled and absolute knowledge] that you [already] have life, (as you walk in Him).

5. Ask anything (make any request) according to His will and He will listens and hear us.

6. Pray and [God] will give him those whose sins do not lead to death life (pray for true Christians that are struggling, but not in real sin).

7. There is sin which does not [involve] death [Repent of problems and be forgiven].

8. Keep yourselves from idols.




1. OBEY                    

2. OVERCOME          

3. BELIEVE              


5. ASK






Now, granted, this is just one chapter in the Bible that I pointed out the commands in, but this particular chapter, as already pointed out, states:

“For the [true] love of God is this: that we DO HIS COMMANDS [KEEP HIS ORDINANCES AND ARE MINDFUL OF HIS PRECEPTS AND TEACHING]. And these orders of His are not irksome (burdensome, oppressive, or grievous)...” This is basically saying: “here these commandments are:” then it goes on to list the commands. Yes, there are others, but this is a starter.


“FOR EVEN THOUGH by this time you ought to be teaching others, you actually need someone to teach you over again the very first principles of God's Word. You have come to need milk, not solid food” (Hebrews 5:12, Amplified Bible).

Or, as the Message Bible puts it even plainer: “By this time you ought to be teachers yourselves, yet here I find you need someone to sit down with you and go over the basics on God again, starting from square one—baby's milk, when you should have been on solid food long ago!” (Heb. 5:12).

So, what are the things that the verses before this Hebrews 5:12 passage is talking about that were foundational?

“Though he were a Son, yet learned he OBEDIENCE by the things which he suffered; And being made perfect, he became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that OBEY HIM...” (Hebrews 5:8+9).

So we see that OBEDIENCE is the foundation. Paul must continue to review this basic tenet of obeying Jesus until the people DO IT. So, does the church OBEY the WHOLE BIBLE?

But Obey What?

“HEAR” (the Biblical equivalent in most cases to “obey”) is mentioned 550 times in the (KJV) Bible! (The actual word “obey” is mentioned 179 times in the Amplified Bible—because it is more modern translation.) But obey nowadays is something just about everybody is sure they are doing. It is a rather ambiguous term because EVERYONE IS ALREADY OBEYING. However, in most cases, it is their own conscience (which is usually highly lacking in Biblical standards) that they are obeying, or a church standard.

Even though the point of obedience is extremely important, it cannot be stressed much in this age, because people do not know WHAT to obey! Let us focus more on the point of WHAT TO OBEY (the whole Bible with its commands and principles), rather than just to obey.


AS GENERAL DEBORAH points out in one of her grace messages called “Help in Trouble,” that: “...It is a great error that has crept in, but MORE AND MORE, PEOPLE ARE GRAVITATING TO THE DEMONIC CALL TO QUIT READING THE BIBLE--abandoning the Bible, and following the 'spirit'. Well, I'll tell you one thing, if you don't measure up the inclinations that you think you have in the spirit with the Word of God, you can be led right into a ditch, because there are seducing spirits that can come into your life, and imitate God, and lead you right along the yellow brick road to the ditch that you will end in if you keep following that way. And I believe that this trend, and this demonic input to quit reading the Bible is nothing more than a part of the apostasy that is prevailing in these times. In other words, it is a way to get men, to get women to DEPART from the standard of God, and go off following the 'spirit,' and end up in a new age heap of disaster—because it is departure from the Word, and the way of the Living God.”

It is time for people to get Bibles and read the things that Jesus and the apostles etc. actually said and did. It is not right for people to claim that they know about Jesus when they have blown their own bubble image of Him!

Biblical Principles

MOVING ON, here is a list of the pivotal PRINCIPLES (keep in mind that these are principles, instead of the previously stated commands) that we should focus on:

“...[you] have omitted the weightier [matters] of the law, JUDGMENT, MERCY, AND FAITH: these ought ye to have done, and not to leave the other undone,” or as the NIV versions put it in more a more accurate way: “faithfulness.” This “mercy” is not to be confused with grace. The Greek word is eleos, which according to Strong’s #G1656 means “Of uncertain affinity; compassion (human or divine, especially active)...” COMPASSION seems to be what the passage is referring to.

So, we see that, according to the Bible, the most important principles are:


2. Compassion -and-

3. Faithfulness.

These are the weightier (heavier/most important) matters of the law. If one were seeking to preach on principles, the most Biblical thing to preach would be JUDGMENT.

JUDGMENT is From Genesis to Revelation!

GENESIS 18:19: “For I know him, that he will command his children and his household after him, and they shall keep the way of the LORD, to DO JUSTICE AND JUDGMENT; that the LORD may bring upon Abraham that which he hath spoken of him.”


Revelation 20:4: “And I saw thrones, and they sat upon them, and JUDGMENT was given unto them: and [I saw] the souls of them that were beheaded for the witness of Jesus, (YES, even Christian martyrs will be judged!) and for the word of God, and which had not worshipped the beast, neither his image, neither had received [his] mark upon their foreheads, or in their hands…”

It is not a coincidence that the word “judgment” is mentioned 285 times in the Bible (KJV). And let me state as well, that “love” is mentioned only 281 times…that means LOVE IS ACTUALLY MENTIONED A FEW TIMES LESS IN THE BIBLE THAN JUDGMENT. However, truly they are related much, because anybody who has ever been around children knows that JUDGMENT IS LOVE.

Even far less in the order is, “grace,” which is mentioned in 159 verses out of the approximately 31,030 verses in the Bible. This means that “grace” is in approximately .5 percent of the verses in the Bible. It’s not that grace is not important, but saying that that’s the one thing that Christians should talk about is absurd!

So, we obviously see that this philosophy of “love and grace only, but no judgment!” is MAN’S MAKING OF A BUBBLE JESUS—who loves, loves, loves, but will not judge sin, or the sinner! Do not believe these myths about: “Jesus went around telling people about peace and loving one another.” These philosophies are fabrications about Jesus, and are not factual truth at all.

Jesus said: “Do not think that I have come to bring peace upon the earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword [in the Spirit]. For I have come to part asunder a man from his father, and a daughter from her mother, and a newly married wife from her mother-in-law” (Jesus says this in Matthew 10:34+35).


“Don’t Judge” Bubble!


“An ungodly witness scorneth judgment.”

 Is not this the whole foundation of our lives on earth, and the hereafter?: do good, and be rewarded; do evil, and be punished? What instances are there in life that lack judgment? People who state: “Don’t judge me, just love me!” are making the judgment that you are judging them. Despite the muddled mentality of this age, things are either black OR white, but can NOT be both!



THE BIBLE STATES to not judge UNJUSTLY, not “do not judge at all.” However, this is not telling us not to talk about judgment, obviously we ARE to talk/preach about judgment, because the whole Bible is a judgment, but we should be careful to have a godly Biblical judgment, not just our own.



“AND YOU THINK ‘Why is General always so hard? Why are they always harping? Why are they always screaming? Why are they always upset?’ it's because friend, if somebody doesn't do this job, everybody is headed to Hell” (From one of General James’ Grace teachings: “Gift of Grace Pt. 1").

“Now, a lot of people say, ‘Well, when you preach that way, you sound so harsh and unloving.’ No, YOU sound like you've been following a false god—because it is completely Biblical, which is why people are forsaking the Bible(From one of General Deborah’s Grace teachings: “Turn and Repent”).

ANOTHER SYMPTOM of the ever-so-prevalent church-brainwashing, is the bubble of “What you say is just too harsh and unloving!” But, what if one would stop, for just one minute, and think about what that means? Do they not know that in every single book of the Bible there is judgment in some form or another? Consider the books of Jeremiah, Revelation, Ezekiel, Job, Deuteronomy…wait, actually, we could name every book in the Bible! Why are these people saying that putting forth Biblical terminologies and summaries of Biblical events is ‘too judgmental’?

The lamentable fact is that they are, indeed, brainwashed people. Much of these strange beliefs are not acquired in intense indoctrinating sessions, but by duplicating their pastor, or elders, etc, who have a great aversion to the Bible...and only teach/preach on the things they consider to be more pleasant. However, the WHOLE BIBLE is given to us, and should be taught on, preached about, applied, and ENJOYED by all who call themselves Christians: if not, they should call themselves something else.


~ Do they preach turning away from sin (Matthew 4:17)?

~ Do they clarify what sin is (Gal 5:19, i.e. homosexuality, drunkenness, gluttony, etc)?

~ Do they explain that there is a Hell, and that all the ungodly will go there (2 Peter 2:7)?

~ Do they tell the people that the ungodly will be destroyed (2 Peter 2:6)?

~ Do they preach personal and intercessory repentance {repenting for themselves and others} (Daniel 9:20)?

~ Do they say that we all will stand before God and be JUDGED (1 Peter 4:5)?

And if they DO teach/preach these things, do they LIVE THEM OUT as a reality in their own personal lives?

On A Personal “GRACE” Note:

THE ACCUSATION is that “They never teach on grace!” After hearing this accusation in “By Grace Pt. 1,” I did some personal research on General Jim and Deborah’s messages.

I have text access to 429 writings of General Jim’s. Out of those, the word grace was mentioned at least once (sometimes a LOT more) in 172 articles. That means that grace is mentioned in 40% of his writings (almost half!)!

Now, teachings, I have 540 text teachings of General James and Deborah Green’s combined. In these teachings, the word grace is mentioned 139 times. That is 26%...a little over a quarter.

Averaging: If the writings and teachings were combined of the text messages I have (the vast majority of them are recent=within the last 5 years), the word “grace” is mentioned in 32% of their messages (about a third!). So, whoever is coming up with these ideas that “they never teach on grace” is downright ridiculous, or has not listened to about 3 messages. It is quite an indictment to JUDGE that someone doesn’t talk about a certain subject, without even listening to/reading a statistical maximum of 3 messages of theirs!

The word “grace” not in entire books of the Bible?

“Grace” is not a topic in most instances in the Bible, but rather, an interjection. But, for a proven fact, let’s look at what books in the Bible the word “GRACE” IS NOT EVEN IN ONE TIME. Not only is it missing in chapters, but it is completely missing in the whole books of:


Leviticus                         Joel

Deuteronomy                  Amos

Joshua                            Obadiah

1st and 2nd Kings           Jonah

1st and 2nd Chronicles   Micah

Nehemiah                        Nahum

Job                                  Habakkuk

Ecclesiastes                   Zephaniah

Song of Solomon           Haggai

Isaiah                               Malachi

Lamentations                  MATTHEW

Ezekiel                             MARK

Daniel                              1st and 3rd John



Those are 30 whole books of the KJV Bible where the word “grace” is not even mentioned once. So, 45% of the books (not chapters, but WHOLE BOOKS) in the Bible do not even have the word “grace” even once! (Note that neither the whole books of Matthew or Mark have the word one time. That means ½ of the Gospels do not have the word grace in them at all)!

In General Jim’s message: “By Grace, Pt. 1,” a man was concerned that he went through a whole ACMTC book and did not see (supposedly) the word “grace” one time. How about going through the Bible itself and see that close to ½ the books do not have the word “grace” in them!

According to my own personal observations, an assumption that an ACMTC booklet has approximately 2 teachings and 1 writing in it would be a fair overall statement. Now, let’s add that 32% average of the word “grace” times 3 and we get 96% of ACMTC booklets have the word grace in them at least one time. Many have it many more times for sure. It does appear that this man who “could not find ‘grace’ in the entire book” might have purposely, or un-purposely not noticed it, or might he just have read one of the against-the-odds statistical 4% of booklets that does not have the word once?

Let me state my educated guess that the people who want others to “talk about grace,” DO NOT WANT TO HEAR ABOUT JUDGMENT/REPENTANCE because they think these subjects do not align with grace. But, as I have proven, they are WRONG!

The Delusional Love Bubble

 “COME, LET us take our fill of love until the morning: let us solace ourselves with loves” (Proverb 7:18).

This would be a good Scripture reference for their “love” group. However, it would be double-accurate because not only do they say the same thing as this Proverb, but if one were to read this whole chapter, they would find out that not only was the lady saying this ‘loving,’ she also says: “I have peace offerings with me; this day have I payed my vows.” This she is saying so that it would be known that she had things supposedly right with God.

  So, here we have a very ‘loving’ and ‘religious’ woman: just like the modern day chruch! Now, let’s see what the Bible says about one who follows her: “With her much fair speech she caused him to yield, with the flattering of her lips she forced him. He goeth after her straightway, as an ox goeth to the slaughter, or as a fool to the correction of the stocks; Till a dart strike through his liver; as a bird hasteth to the snare, and knoweth not that it is for his life” (Pro. 7:22-23). You may say, “Why would such bad things happen to someone for following such a loving and religious lady?” The answer: BECAUSE SHE IS A HARLOT (VS. 10)!!!

So, we see from this, that just because someone is proclaiming love, and very religious, it does not mean that they are chaste or virtuous. Love IS NOT always holy or approved of by God! Even with all the Biblical Scriptures against homosexuality, many people still say: “God made them that way.” This is just as much as a fabrication as “God loves you!”

“Did you know we have an imitation now in this land called "delusional love." That's what God called it: "Delusional love;" whereby they think God is so permissive, and so accepting of their sin that He will love them no matter what they do. There's people I know right now that live in a delusional love bubble day in and day out. They think they can: sin, they think they can drink, they think they can fornicate, they think they can use drugs, and be a porn-addict, do all those things, and God still loves them. If they were to die, they would perish in their sins, that's how much God loves them—enough to punish them for eternity. God is just. Men are unjust, GOD IS JUST (Gen. Deborah, “Help in Trouble”).


 ALL WRONGDOING is sin, and there is sin which does not [involve] death [that may be repented of and forgiven]” (1 Jn 5:17, Amplified Bible).

Some say that repentance is only a first work (Generals James and Deborah point out many of their philosophies in their Grace teachings). However, REPENTANCE is not only the foundation (like concrete) but is also a CONTINUING WORK in the building (like concrete!):

There is a good Scripture in Revelation that is proof that we, as Christians, are to repent:

“As many as I love, I rebuke and chasten: be zealous therefore, and repent” (Rev. 3:19).

This Scripture is referring to not only the five EKKLESIAS in Revelations that He told to repent, but it is saying that: “For whom the LORD loveth he correcteth; even as a father the son in whom he delighteth” (Pro. 3:12).

And for the New Testament only people:

“For whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth, and scourgeth every son whom he receiveth” (Heb. 12:6).

Yes, even once we are sons, we still must repent. How could we be continually dealt with and loved as children if we have said sorry only one time for the wrongs done, including attitudes, bad thoughts/feelings, etc.?

I do have to note on repentance: so many of these bubble: grace, love, and ‘Jesus’ people are so deceived they will actually not tell people to repent of their sins, they will tell people to “repent” for teaching on judgment etc. These people, be assured, do not know the first thing about continuing repentance, but are only saying these things so you will join their “bubble camp!”

Look at the man after God’s own heart!

DAVID, WAS THE MAN: “after mine (God’s) own heart” (Act 13:22), and whoseheart was perfect with the LORD his God’ (1 Kings 11:4). If we research the entire Bible, besides David, there are no instances of anything even comparatively desirable said about anybody besides Jesus Himself, and John the Baptist.

“For I will declare mine iniquity; I will be sorry for my sin” (David in Psalm 38:18).

Even though, according to the Bible, David would seem to be around 3rd (possibly tying with Elijah and Enoch) on the list for notability, he still, 12 times, mentions the word “iniquity” involving HIMSELF. And not only that, but ONLY 2 of these are in the Bathsheba repentance psalm (51), the rest are dispersed throughout the chapters.

Some Final Statistics:

OUT OF CURIOSITY, from the 969 text files I have of General James and Deborah’s teachings and writings combined, I’ve researched the percent of the word mentioned:

Love: teachings: 438 times, writings: 326 times.

Judgment: teachings: 193 times, writings: 219 times.

Repent: teachings: 234 times, writings: 201 times.

Mercy: teachings: 225 times, writings: 107 times.

Based on the texts I have access to, that means:

LOVE is mentioned in about 79% of the messages. JUDGMENT is mentioned in about 43% of the messages. REPENT is mentioned in about 45% of the messages. MERCY is mentioned in about 34% of the messages.

Let us consider the Biblical principles and know that God is real and really ready for us to repent of all our bubbles accumulated in the brainwashing process! If we could but see God for who HE IS, we would know that He is really the gracious GOD WHO HAS GIVEN US THE BIBLE AS A GUIDEBOOK.

Dear Generals, I am praying for you always, with love in Christ and Remembering my elders in the Lord: 2nd Corinthians 10:7, “…If any man trust to himself that he is Christ's, let him of himself think this again, that, as he is Christ's, even so are we Christ's.”

Sgt. 1st Class Sabbath River 


(HYMN #0896)

John Wesley (1703-1791)


1 By which thy people seek thy face,

When in thy presence we appear,

Vouchsafe us faith to venture near.


2 Confiding in thy truth alone,

Here, on the steps of Jesus’ throne,

We lay the treasure thou hast given

To be received and reared for heaven.


3 Lent to us for a season,

We lend him for ever, Lord, to thee;

Assured that if to thee he live,

We gain in what we seem to give.


4 Large and abundant blessings shed

Warm as these prayers upon his head;

And on his soul the dews of grace,

Fresh as these drops upon his face.


5 Make him and keep him thine own child,

Meek follower of the Undefiled;

Possessor here of grace and love,

Inheritor of heaven above.



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