Naming Names

There’s a common view among Christians that it’s wrong to publicly criticize the teachings of other professing Christians.

People who hold this view cite Matthew 18:15-17. They believe this Bible passage teaches that anyone who has concerns about someone else’s teachings should go to that person privately.

They sincerely believe this is what the passage teaches. In fact, some people have recently warned me that my blog is a violation of this command because it identifies people who are bringing false teaching into the church.

But they don’t realize that this passage is being used out of context. It doesn’t refer to addressing false teaching. It refers to addressing someone’s private sin. This can be seen in the larger context, which includes a discussion, immediately after this passage, of forgiving those who sin against us. Also, this passages deals, specifically, with church discipline — the manner of dealing with those who sin in a local church.

The Biblical Principle for Addressing Sin

Here’s what the Bible teaches about addressing sin in the church:

• A private rebuke is given for private sin. Matthew 18:15-17

• A public rebuke is given for public sin. (See the apostle Paul’s public rebuke of the apostle Peter’s false teaching in Galatians 2:11-14. Also, see the apostle Paul’s public rebuke of a man who was flagrantly sleeping with his stepmother with his church’s knowledge in 1 Corinthians 5:1-13. Paul didn’t confront this man privately. In fact, he had never even met this man, as shown in 1 Corinthians 5:1, when he refers to a report he heard about the man’s sin. Yet, Paul confronted this public sin publicly because the sin effected the whole Corinthian church.)

Teachers who bring false doctrines into the church must be confronted publicly because their teachings are public. They write books, speak at conferences and appear on television programs promoting their teachings to thousands of people. Because they have public influence, they must be held to public scrutiny. If people go to them privately, then — in the meantime — thousands of people can be misled by their harmful teachings.

Teachers should expect — and even welcome — criticism of their teachings. The Bible warns them in James 3:1 that they are held to high standards because of their influence and will face stricter judgment from God than other Christians. They should be open to correction.

But, many times the false teachers, themselves, are the ones who teach their followers the misapplication of Matthew 18:15-17. They use this as an effective technique to silence criticism.

What the Bible Teaches About Dealing With False Teaching in the Church

Here are some of the things the Bible teaches, specifically, about dealing with false teaching. (My seminary professor, Kevin Lewis, provided the list below.)

• Name Names: In 2 Timothy, the apostle Paul identifies false teachers in the church, by name, four times. 2 Tim. 1:15, 2:17, 3:8, 4:14

• Warn the church publicly what the false teachers are teaching. 2 Timothy 2:16-18

• Silence the false teachers. (This means that church leaders shouldn’t allow people to teach false teaching in their churches.) Titus 1:10-11

• Refute the false teachers. Titus 1:9

• Do not give false teachers a platform or otherwise support them in their ministries. 2 John 1:10-11

Degrees of Error

I should point out that not all doctrinal error is of equal kind. There are many issues that Christians can genuinely disagree on.

But there are also false teachings that are so serious they must be exposed and refuted. Some of the teachings of the apostolic-prophetic movement are of this second kind. These include the teachings that: (1) modern “apostles” and “prophets” give the church new doctrines that are not found in the Bible, (2) all Christians must submit to modern “apostles” and “prophets,” (3) modern “apostles” and “prophets’” enemies include Christians who reject their authority; (4) that modern “apostles” and “prophets” will lead physical warfare against their enemies, making the entire earth submit to them, (5) under the leadership of modern “apostles” and “prophets,” Christians will become sinless and superhuman, eventually attaining deity (the “manifest sons of God” doctrine).

Many of the leaders in the apostolic-prophetic movement teach these things. Of course, many of their followers don’t realize that yet. That’s why I started this blog — to alert people.

To learn more about tactics that false teachers use to silence criticism, read the book Twisted Scriptures: Breaking Free From Churches That Abuse (Zondervan) by Mary Alice Chrnalogar. This opened my eyes to many of the methods of control that teachers use.

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20 Responses to Naming Names

  1. David says:

    Dear Holly: I have copied my response below which ansers the heratics, this was to you from your blog where you are referring to critisisms and you recieved, the blog had a women in a wedding dress.

    If we are going to look at Matthew 18:15-17, lets look at what it is saying here. These heretics are just this, they are sinning against The Lord, His Word The Bible and really every Bible believeing Christian on the planet, plus against the saints and The Father in Heaven, and lets not forget the Holy Spirit who they grieve. I will list some scriptures where the Lord and also did the apostles warns us against these people, plus where we are to defend the gospel (I usesd the NKJV): Matt 7:15-23, Matt 23, Gal 1:6-10,
    Gal 2:1-10, 2 Thess 2, 1 Timotyh 4, 2 Timothy 3-4:5, 2 Peter 2, Jude.

    Holly the fact remains this we must rebuke these teachings and expose these teachings and thier teachers according to the Bible. The Bible is the final word, as it is God’s Word. If anyone is upset it should be these spiritually blind guides, who lead others to the depths of hell Matthew 23:13-19.

    Holly, thank you again for your blog, no matter what anyone says and whether they agree or not Revelation 22:12 spells it out best for all true Believers and thier Godly works, which your wotrks continue to show as right based on The Lord’s Word, The Bible.

    In Christ

    Dave

    David Says:

    February 27th, 2007 at 8:28 am
    Dear Holly: Please do not make the error of listening to the enemy. I have confronted many times false teachings, one this past week was from a lady at church who attempeted to tell me that the catholic church does not pray to Mary. We are warned by The apostles, the real apostles of the Bible, about false teachers and teachings. Look what Paul tells us in 2 Cor 11;5-15, especially verse 14.

    The enemy has in so many ways attacked me spiritually for this and it makes you think am I prideful etc, I have felt broken and to the point of tears, yet Jude tells us to contend for the faith Jude 3. Satan’s weapons is false doctrine and false teachers and thier false teachings.

    Holly, you are in good company here, many Believers have and do go through allot of pain due to satan and his lies. 1 Peter 5:5-11. If you are going to defend the Word of God you will be persecuted, look at The Lord Himself, cruicifed Matthew 27:26.

    Holly, these people who deny the Lord’s diety for sinful gain are like the rich man who would not sell all he had, even when instructed to by The Lord Matthew 19:16-22, he the rich man chose the wide road Matthew 7:13-14. He, I am sure unless he repented Matthew 4:17 and was Born again John 3:3 & 7 is where the rich man is Luke 16:19-31.

    Holly, The Lord was tempetd by Satan Matthew 4:1-11, told He was one with satan Mark 3:22, accused of bieng a drunkerd and a glutton Luke 7:34, He was beaton and bruised for us Isaiah 52:13-53:12. He was disbelieved by His earthly family Matthew 12:46-50. He healed many, He shed His Blood for all sinners and yet this ungodly world and it’s leader satan persecuted Him. Satan persecutes you, especially as you are challanging his lies and his liers, namely his false teachers.

    Holly look at Paul, Phillipians 1:12-18, and Paul refers to these people, false teachers in Phillipians 3:17-19, thier god is satan and thier end is destruction. Satan used these same lies in Genesis 3, yet what did Our Lord say, Genesis 3:15″ and I will put enmity between you and the women, and between your seed and her Seed…

    Holly, satan knows that he was defeated there and then the final blow for him came at the resurrection Matthew 28:6. We are Saved by The Lord’s Blood, Romans 5:9, By His Grace Ephesians 1:6, 2:6, 2:8-9. We are sealed by The Holy Spirit,Ephesians 4:30. The Cross-His death, Matthew 27:50, His burial, Matthew 27:60 and His glorius ressurection, Matthew 28:6. We who are born again John 3:3 & 7, have Him living in us forever John 14:20-23, Revelation 3:20, and we are fully annointed with and in Him forever 1 John 2:20 & 27. We are Saved forever never to be blotted out of the book of life, Revelation 3:5. We who are Saved because of the finished work of The Cross, and our faith in The finished work of The Cross, especially in the one who died for us, Our Lord and Our God John 20:28. We are children born not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor the will of man, but of God, John 1:13 He has given us His authority over the enemy Luke 10:19.

    Holly, remember bieng Saved comes with a price and the more you do the work of The Lord the more the persecutions will and do come from satan. Satan is angry as he knows what we know his time is short Revelation 12:12, and he is defeated Revelation 20:1-3 and 20:10. Please remember Jude 9 and rebuke him, he is a liar John 8:44 and he will attack you, Matthew 4:1-10, and he is looking to devour whoever he can, 1 Peter 5:8, yet you can resist him steadfast in your faith In The Lord Jesus Christ, 1 Peter 5:9-11. Trust in the Lord and let Him do it for you, remember He is in total control, Romans 8:28 and Psalms 37:1-9.

    Holly, if any of these people who call themselves Brothers or Sisters in The Lord read this and disagree because of thier false teachings, please let The Lord and His Word The Bible, convict them of thier sinful behaviour,
    1 Corinthians 5:5. And count yourself worhty to have suffered for The Lord Acts 5:41.

    I use the New King James Version

    In Christ Dave

    here is my e-mail address davidandsherri@pei.sympatico.ca if anyone has any questions about my response please send them to me.

  2. No Time To Waste says:

    obviously holly you feel a need to “defend” yourself. i think it is simply common courtesy to first confront the individual before you attack them.

    i understand where you are coming from and how you have developed your techniques. i personally think its wrong to paste pictures of people and say they are evil without their knowledge of it, and with no way to speak for themselves.

    i think its just as bad to paste a guys picture every time you mention the antichrist as well… thats just my opinion.

    david above is going a little extreme. i doubt that you or anyone else for that matter that gets a few heated emails really feels any “persecution”. if so, maybe this is not the appropriate field.

    not saying AT ALL that false teaching should not be pointed out. just saying that Christians should not make it a sport, and should not be so quick to “name names” without attempting to contact the person first.

    its one thing if people come up to you and ask your opinion, it another thing to post it on the world wide web.

  3. jody says:

    If names arent named….then how will those who are ignorant of the word of God and due to this… listening to the false prophets be aware of whom to stay away from?

    Here is extreme….this is what comes of false prophets and those who listen to them.

    Jer 14:13 Then I said,

    Ah, Lord God!

    See, the prophets say to them…

    “You will not see the sword or be short of food; but I will give you certain peace in this place.”

    Jer 14:14
    Then the Lord said to me,

    The prophets say false words in my name, and I gave them no orders, and I said nothing to them.

    What they say to you is a false vision and wonder-working words without substance, the deceit of their hearts.

    Jer 14:15
    So this is what the Lord has said about the prophets…..

    “who make use of my name, though I sent them not,” and say, “The sword and need of food will not be in this land”…..

    The sword and need of food will put an end to those prophets.

    Jer 14:16
    And the people…. to whom they are prophets… will be pushed out dead into the streets of Jerusalem…. because there is no food, and because of the sword.

    And they will have no one to put their bodies into the earth, them or their wives or their sons or their daughters……for I will let loose their evil-doing on them.

    Our father is the same yesterday, today, forever…as He has done so shall He do. He has made this very clear thru His word and example.

  4. Rita says:

    To God be all the glory for ministries such as the one entrusted to you Holly!

    It was a brother in the Lord who “named the names” of false teachers and false teachings that snapped me out of the clutches of a deadly slumber. I had come to depend on this teacher and those he promoted to “rightly divide the Word” because he said he was “anointed” and I was not to “touch the anointed”. As a result I was no longer studying and searching the Scriptures for myself but rather depending that his interpretations were from God. I didn’t “test the spirit” anymore.

    I was falling farther and farther away from the narrow path! The path that requires me to “deny myself and take up my cross”. Instead I was craving more and more of “the things of this world” as it was constantly being taught that it was my inheritance! Thank God for His Mercy!

    I have repented from the arrogance of believing I could not be deceived. How had I come to believe that if Eve had fallen in such a perfect place, that I could not be affected by the “deceiver of the whole world”? How had I forgotten that Jesus’ first response when asked by the disciples what would be the signs of his return was “take heed that no MAN deceive you”?

    May God cause all who read this blog to return to His Word – casting aside all the tapes, books, and other “merchandise” used to promote these doctrines of demons. May the Holy Spirit lead us all into ALL TRUTH and nothing but the TRUTH! Come quickly Lord Jesus!

  5. Holly Pivec says:

    Thank you for your encouragement, Rita! Your testimony motivates me to keep going.

  6. Rita says:

    You are most welcome and appreciated Holly. May you be strengthed and blessed by Our Gracious Father as we endure to the end.

  7. John says:

    I just read your review in CRI of “Understanding the Fivefold Ministry”. I have left the Chairsamatic movement. I am really starting to understand the Bible so much better without the methodology of mysticism. Here is an article I wrote to our local papers religion section which was published Feb. 10 of this year. I believe that God has created a rational universe that does reflect despite the its falleness. There are so many assumtion we make as Christians.

    What Is God’s Voice?

    Does God speak audibly or by an inner voice to individuals today? If He does, how do we prove what is from God and what is not?

    During the recent election campaigns a man at a “Charlie Crist For Governor” fundraiser said the Lord had told him Charlie Crist would be the next governor of Florida. The man was proven right about Crist for governor, but he, nor we, can really prove he heard from God.

    When I hear someone say, “God said to me….” I want to reply, “God told me to tell you He did not say that.” The problem here is neither one of us can prove God spoke. I cannot prove God did not speak to him and he cannot prove God did not speak to me. If it is taught God speaks today (audibly or through an inner voice) people are led into an arbitrary type of belief system. Those who teach people to believe God speaks today have no way of teaching how to prove beyond any doubt the voice or the prompting is God’s. It comes down to relying on pure feelings, or what you think is right or what you think you heard.

    There are people today trying to find God’s perfect will for their lives by listening for “The Voice.” They spend more time and energy trying to hear God when God’s voice has already spoken loud and clear through His Word. They drown out God’s revealed revelation, the Bible, because hearing audibly is “more spiritual” than spending hours in study and understanding the historical content of already revealed revelation. The Bible claims to be, and is, the very breath of God’s final revelation of His purpose for man. The basic instructions contained in it are perfectly capable of guiding mankind through this life until He returns. We do not need to strive to hear God’s voice because He has already spoken in a rational discourse, the Bible.

    Jim Jones said God told him to go to Guyana. Although there is nothing wrong with going to Guyana in itself, in hindsight, no one would dare say Jim Jones heard from God. The question is, do you believe and teach God speaks today other than through the Bible? If you do, you propagate the same beliefs or ideas that allow Jim Jones and others to claim an authority that misleads many, some even into death.

    When we, as Christians, are asked how God speaks today, we must answer “He has already spoken through His Word, the Bible.”

    Packer1@nettally.com

  8. joshua says:

    Holly

    just wanted to say thanks for the blog. I just recently lost my worship leader to the prophetic movement. I apparently was spiritual enough. Although we have people comng to Christ most weeks!

    You are doing a great job of balancing truth with compassion as you deal with heresy and apostasy. Thanks for standing for the truth and being so informative.

    Blessings
    josh

  9. Jared White says:

    John, to answer your question “how do we know when we hear God’s voice” — I have a simple answer: how does the Bible say we know when we hear God’s voice? Answer: the Holy Spirit. He empowers us to discern truth from falsehood. Jesus said His sheep know His voice and follow Him. His Spirit can communicate to us via words, pictures, impressions, and (gasp!) feelings. I know this because it has already been confirmed to me through having faith in hearing from God, obeying his commands, and seeing the prophetic decrees fulfilled and the fruit manifested.

    Does that mean we’re infallible and never misinterpret what we’re receiving? No, of course not. As Paul said, now we see in part and know in part, but then (when we’re in Heaven) we shall know fully. But it’s actually a dangerous lack of faith to think that because we might not always get it right, we shouldn’t believe that we can hear from our Lord and understand what He is communicating to us.

    I am so thankful I have learned how to hear God’s voice not just through His written Word (which is truly awesome) but also through His Spirit today. This is not weird, this is normal Christianity. Somewhere along the way, the Church forgot how to live out the Book of Acts. But we’re starting to remember. The Glory of God is returning!

    Jared

  10. Herb says:

    another way to know God’s voice is to read the bible.

  11. John says:

    Jared you said “I am so thankful I have learned how to hear God’s voice not just through His written Word (which is truly awesome) —-“but also through His Spirit today.”

    Is the Author of the Bible still speaking and answering questions about His already spoken word? One Easter a preacher told his congregation, I asked God why an angel was sitting on the stone that was rolled away at the tomb of Jesus (Johns’ gospel account). He said God’s answer was if the angel had not been there, then Satan would have tried to roll the stone back. Do we insert this information that the preacher has obtained from the Author in; only the book of John or do we add it to all the other gospel resurrection accounts? If God is really communicating this information to this preacher it needs to be added to the Gospel accounts, as trivial as it may sound. Remember, we have John’s account telling us about the napkin that wrapped the head of Jesus in the tomb and that it was, “not lying with the linen cloths, but rolled up in a place by itself.” (John 20.7) If the Holy Spirit has given us this tidbit of information, surely the angel guarding the stone from Satan trying to roll it back should be included in there too, if you really believe the Author of the Bible is speaking to or through this preacher.

    Jared should we be writing down what you hear from God. This is what has flamed the Prophetic movement, people hand pick themselves as hearing the voice of God.

    We just have to take your word for it and if we don’t hear God’s voice it our fault for not getting it.

  12. Jared White says:

    John, people throughout the Old and New Testament didn’t believe that people were in holy communication with the Lord. Jesus commented on this numerous times directly. Prophecy has NEVER not been controversial, and it will never stop being controversial.

    If you don’t hear God’s voice (by voice I mean knowledge, visions, strategies, etc., not just words) I’m not going to say it’s your fault, but I am going to say you need to ask God to show what pride and what erroneous theology might be blocking you from going deeper with Him. I remember distinctly mocking the notion a couple of years ago that God could speak to us today in dreams. It wasn’t long before I actually had a prophetic dream. Needless to say, encounters that like tend to tweak our carefully constructed theologies a little bit. 🙂 I’ve had to deal with a LOT of pride and arrogance over the past several years, and I can tell you it’s been a wonderful journey.

    As for your story about what the preacher said, I would have to seek the Lord myself to see if there’s some validity to that idea — but what you’re saying is quite ridiculous. There were prophets in both the Old and New Testament days whose revelations were never included in the Bible. Scripture is complete. But our communion with the Holy Spirit is continuous, and as long as we constantly make what we receive accountable to the principles of Scripture, in a spirit of humility and wisdom, we will do well.

    Here’s my question to you, John: do you trust the Holy Spirit to speak to you?

  13. john says:

    You asked; Here’s my question to you, John: do you trust the Holy Spirit to speak to you?

    The answer is yes. The Holy Spirit wrote the Bible and it is sufficient for my growing in the Knowledge of God. I need no one to speak for God to me, including a voice in my head I can’t prove is God or not. The wonderful thing about having God’s plan for man in written form is anyone can read it.

    Hebrews 1 tells me God has spoken through a Son and in times past he spoke through the dreams, visions etc. but now I have His written Word. I can grow in the Faith by studying His Word or His Testimony of Himself.

    YOU SAID: If you don’t hear God’s voice (by voice I mean knowledge, visions, strategies, etc., not just words) I’m not going to say it’s your fault, but I am going to say you need to ask God to show what pride and what erroneous theology might be blocking you from going deeper with Him.

    YOU Said: I’m not going to say it’s your fault

    Then you go ahead and say it is. As the Holy Spirit wrote in James I am soley responsible for my own sin and Pride is a sin. Don’t worry I am not offended at all.

    This is like a Christian who has been told by someone who heard from God (by voice I mean knowledge, visions, strategies, etc., not just words) that God was going to heal them. Then when that person dies the only excuse the “Prophet” has is that the person did not have enough faith. Because the voice (by voice I mean knowledge, visions, strategies, etc., not just words) was God’s and God can’t be wrong.

    YOU SAID: Prophecy has NEVER —not been controversial—and it will never stop being controversial.

    Just because something is controversial or not does not add creditablity to a postion. For example the Belief in a creator God or man as a creation vs. evoluton. An argument has to stand on its own merit. This is why Chrsit always pointed to the scripture more than the miracels he performed. The Old T. was His witness Because Holy Spirit had testified of His (Jesus) coming in written form.

    Just because an event happened in the Old T. does not mean it will or is going to happen that same way today (ie God speaking through visions etc.) A good example of this is the sacrifices, or the stoning for sins. God is still the same He just deals with man in different ways. This is what the whole book of Hebrews is about, Christ superiority over the old covenent.

    You SAID: As for your story about what the preacher said, I would have to —-seek the Lord myself to see if there’s some validity to that idea

    Does this mean you will hear from God(by voice I mean knowledge, visions, strategies, etc., not just words) and will you be allowed to share it with me. Will the validity be something I can write down in my Bible. I would be real curious to know what form of communication the conformation comes to you about “what the preacher said.”

    Let me know what you hear. I only ask because you have put forth the idea that I may have issuse that keep me from hearing from God and you have heard or can hear his voice.

    John

  14. kimberly says:

    speaking of naming names…. but can anyone show me a scripture in the bible that tells us as christians, that we are supposed to name the name of the anti-christ….??? i will “stay tuned”.

  15. David says:

    David Says:

    April 16th, 2007 at 2:22 pm
    Hello Everyone especially all my Brothers and Sisters in The Lord Jesus Christ: I will be brief. I have given allot of thought and prayer to what we all comment on good, bad or in between. I have decided that after prayer I am and so are most of us reacting to so many things on this blog. We are all in our minds and hearts to one degree or another right.

    The point I am trying to make, would it not be wiser for all of us to stop trying to get points across about people and instead concentrate how we could encourage one another in The Word. I know that there are many false teachers and false works, yet do you not think it would be wiser to follow Jesus example and pray for people who we feel are in error of scripture Matthew 5:43-48. If they are wrong, The Lord will, as always, deal with them and thier works, He will deny them Matthew 7:21-23 and Romans 12:19-20. If we go even further we see His example on the Cross
    Luke 23:34.

    I can speak from personal experience here as I am as wrong as anyone else, and as Jesus also reminds us in Matthew 5:14-16 we are His light, the light of the world, and we are to shine for Him so as to glorify The Father in heaven.

    I pray that we can turn Holly’s wonderful blog into an encouraging spirit filled site for one another. It would be so wonderful if others would read this blog and write comments like Trust in the Lord, I recieved Christ today, I was water baptised today, etc.

    Thank you all and God Bless

    Your Brother in The Lord

    Dave

    davidandsherri@pei.symapatico.ca

  16. Heather says:

    Holly, where are you?! I’ve been checking in often but haven’t seen anything since May. Hope this blog continues because we really need it!
    God bless, Heather

  17. chinua000 says:

    simply refreshing!

    in this age of rants and self-styled experts, what i like about you is your humor. humor is not a highly valued christian virtue, but i sure like an honest chuckle.

    of course i dont mean mean demonizing, and i dont mean tearing others down to elevate ourselves. i dont even mean packing your language so chock full of scripture and self-righteousness that you cant stop and just be human. (hey dont flame man! *insert cringing and flinching* i love the bible and consider it our one true authority His clear voice. take it easy!)

    being human is important, especially because part of what concerns me about the NAR movement is its intergalactic non-personal height and the natural and predictable roughshod treatment of people in its path. who has time for caring for people when God himself is speaking? its shockingly inhuman cartoonish characters, its larger than life uber appeal, its mega-plotlines and wild claims all leave the average person with no perspective whatsoever on real life. it doent seem to really help us do our job.

    christianity is in fact beautiful and poingnantly simple. love people in need, share your life, preach the gospel, love God. in no particular order, these are that things that make us who we are, they always have. stand up for good old orthodox central christianity snas frills!!

    you humor is just human. you are poking fun at something that is frankly begging for it. the new apostolic movement in all its glory is not exempt from this human virtue, i dare say the christian virtue of a good laugh. it’s too good to pass up honestly.

    This topic is very serious of course, it concerns us all. but we have to laugh about it so that we can talk anout it. anyone can write off a rant, but a wry and witty expose like yours is almost irrisistable, as well as having some good plain truth in it.

    good job holly!

  18. Deb Lundeen says:

    Holly? Where are you?? I read somewhere on this site about your father passing away…? If so, I’m sad for you. Please come back and continue this ‘good work’ you have begun. We need your voice of reason!

  19. endtimespropheticwords says:

    Don’t you just love the way that people who speak the truth are called ‘rebellious’, ‘divisive’ or ‘unaccountable’? And criticism is just soooo unloving.
    Hogwash!

    http://endtimespropheticwords.wordpress.com

  20. Dear Holly,

    Do not be deceived by J Dobson, he is no different then the heritics with the NAR. Dobson is a sell out to the faith. He has aligned himself with the Emergent Church and in no way has he warned the sheep of all the false doctrine’s and false teachers. His ministry promotes the new age and the ocullt with his ties to the Emerging church. I hope all is well with you and pray the Lord will lift you up. Jesus Christ is our Lord and master for ever and ever.

    Frank

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