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#EWWNRADIO 619-639-4709 (EVERY SUN – FRI 10PM EST / 7PM PST) brings you “Presentation of the Gospel.” - “1 Chronicles 16:22.” The Bible says “Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm. Does that mean that God has selected a few people, anoint them to do His work and thereby they are somehow greater than the rest of humanity? Does this mean they are exempt and are not accountable when they have done wrong? The bible has countless text on anointed people that had to be brought to justice because of their conduct. Pharaoh called Abraham to accountability because of his lie (Genesis 12:10-20), Abimelech called Abraham to accountability because of his lie (Genesis 20:18), Abimelech called Isaac to accountability because of his lie (Genesis 26:6-11), Moses called Aaron the High Priest to accountability because he constructed the golden calf (Exodus 32:2135), and Nathan called David to accountability because of his immoral conduct with Bathsheba and the murder of Uriah (2 Samuel 12:1- 15). Abraham, Isaac, Aaron and David were all chosen and anointed to do God’s will yet they had to be accountable for their wrong doing. We all come from the womb of Eve therefore we are all the same in the sight of God. Psalm 105:15
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