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God Testifies to Things He's Seen and Heard

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In the preceding episode, God presented and read the Papacy's Secret Laborious Writ on All Things. The Laborious Writ is the answer to this question which is in regard to the works I have done with Bible-content: Acts 4:7 - By what power have ye (God) done this? I have acted on the authority of the Papacy's Laborious Writ on All Things. This question, Acts 10:4 - What is it (the Laborious Writ), Lord? is answered in Romans 1:16 - It is the power of God: the Papacy's Laborious Writ is the power of (belonging to) God. The Papacy's Laborious Writ is in the hands of God. The Papacy's Laborious Writ, which is now in the hands of God, is proof of the validity of the Papacy's statement: (Psalm 62:11) Power belongeth to God. The Papacy's statement - power belongeth to God - is now confirmed by God. The Papacy's secret, laborious Writ is to God; the Papacy's secret, laborious Writ empowers God. The Papacy's secret, laborious Writ is an extension of the Papacy's Deliberate Call of God. The Papacy's secret, laborious Writ is now the revealed power of God. In this episode (August 8, 2010), God will testify to the words the LORD has spoken to him in the AVB. Questions-of-Interest: 1) Micah 6:8 - What doth the LORD (the Papacy) require of thee? 2) 1Samuel 3:17 - What is the thing that the LORD hath said to thee? Statements-of-Concern: a) Micah 6:8 - He hath showed thee, O man, what is good. b) Romans 1:19 - God hath showed it (that which the LORD-the Papacy has required) to them. 2) Micah 7:7 - My God will hear me. 3) Acts 10:6 - He shall tell thee what thou oughtest to do. 4) Mark 14:49 - The scriptures must be fulfilled. 5) Revelation 22:3 - His (God's) servants (the Gentiles) shall serve him (God). Other relevant statements: 1) 1Corinthians 7:36 - Let him (God) do what he will, he (God) sinneth not. 2) 1Samuel 3:18 - Let him (God) do what seemeth him (God) good. 3) 2Samuel 15:26 - Let him (God) do to me (the sitting pope) as seemeth good to him (God).

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