Ephesians Exposed (Part 4)

Satan's commandments continue:

5.1 Thou shalt be followers of God as if you were His dear children who disobey His commandments by obeying My commandments instead. Heh-heh.
2 Thou shalt walk in love. After all, Christ has also loved us, and Christ has given Himself to be tortured and crucified for us as an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweet smelling savor.

Aw, isn't that dung sweet smelling, Xyin?

3 Thou shalt not name fornication.
Thou shalt not name all uncleanness.
Thou shalt not name covetousness.
Thou shalt not let IT -- fornication, all uncleanness, and covetousness -- be named for what IT is even once among you, because your refusing to name fornication, all uncleanness, and covetousness for what IT is becomes the saints. So, pssssssssssssst! Don't say "dung" or "crap" or "shit." That's BAD, BAD, BAD, you know, because dung, crap, and shit are unclean.
And don't use the word "fornication" like Jesus did in Matthew 5.32, 15.19, 19.9, and Mark 7.21. After all, Jesus was BAD, BAD, BAD when He said, "fornication" and "fornications." Shame on you, Jesus!
And don't say the word "covet," either. God was BAD, BAD, BAD when He said, "You shall not covet," through Moses, and when He and His prophets used the words "covet, covetous, covetousness, coveted" in the scriptures. Shame on you God! Shame on you, prophets! Your speaking the word "covet" is behavior unbecoming to us Christian saints! So there!

Hey, Satan. If speaking the word "covet" is bad, how come you use it and its derivatives 18 times in your letters?

4 Because My commandments are only meant to be obeyed by My Christians, not Me! So there! Furthermore, thou shalt not let filthiness, nor foolish talking, nor jesting come out of your mouth, either. After all, filthiness, foolish talking, and jesting are not convenient.
Instead of letting filthiness, foolish talk, and jesting come out of your mouth, thou shalt let the giving of thanks come out of your mouth. 5After all, you know that no whoremonger, nor unclean person, nor covetous man who is an idolater has any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and God. So what if I just used the word "covet" again. I already told you that My commandments are only meant for you Christians to obey, not Me! Heh-heh.
6 Thou shalt not let any man deceive you with vain words. Why? Because out of their being deceived by means of vain words comes the wrath of God upon the children of disobedience to Me. 7Therefore, thou shalt not be partakers with them. 8 After all, sometimes you were darkness. Now that you believe the Christ-in-Me, you are light in the Lord. Therefore, thou shalt walk as if you really are children of light.
9 The fruit of the Spirit is in all goodness, righteousness and truth. 10All goodness, righteousness, and truth serve to prove that which is acceptable to the Lord.
11 Thou shalt have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness. Instead, thou shalt rather reprove the unfruitful works of darkness.

What Paul was really saying was:

11 Thou shalt have no fellowship with the people who perform unfruitful works of darkness. Instead, thou shalt rather reprove the people who perform unfruitful works of darkness. Judge! Condemn! Separate! Isolate yourselves from sinners! Make sure you verbally attack them first, though! Heh-heh. Jesus was BAD, BAD, BAD when He sat and ate with sinners and publicans as is reported back in Matthew 9.11, you know. So there!
12 After all, it is a shame to even SPEAK of those things which are done in secret by the unfruitful works and workers of darkness.

Oh, so it's a shame for me to speak of your works of darkness, eh, Satan PSssaul?

13 YES! Anybody who confronts My wickedness is BAD, BAD, BAD. BUT all things that are reproved are made manifest by the light, because whatsoever makes manifest is light. 14That's why he said, "Awake, you that sleep, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give you light."

I cannot find that quotation in the Bible. Paul merely dreamed it up to promote his own insanity. And to quote a fictitious scripture as if it were from the Bible is every bit as evil as is misquoting scriptures.

Now take a look at the definitions of reprove and manifest.

  • reprove: to disapprove; condemn; to call attention to the remissness of usually with a kindly intent to correct or assist; to express disapproval of; to censure, convince, convict; to express rebuke or reproof. Synonyms: reprove, rebuke, reprimand, admonish, reproach, chide. Shared meaning element: to criticize adversely.
  • manifest: readily received by the senses and especially by the sight; easily understood or recognized by the mind; obvious.

Now if you're still thinking that Paul was not mad, listen again to what he was saying.

  1. Thou shalt have no fellowship with sinners.
  2. It is a sin to even SPEAK of those things which are done sinners.
  3. BUT thou shalt have fellowship with sinners anyway,
  4. and thou shalt speak of those nasty sins anyway because
  5. you will have to be having fellowship with them and speaking of their sins when you are reproving (condemning, rebuking, criticizing) sinners so that your light can be made manifest. Heh-heh.

Oh, but there's no vacillation there, eh, Christyin?

  • 15 Thou shalt walk circumspectly.
  • Thou shalt not walk as fools.
  • Thou shalt walk as if you were wise.

Let's see. To be "circumspect" is "to be careful to consider all circumstances and possible consequences; prudent; cautious; discreet." Well, because you let yourselves be bamboozled by the world's greatest oinker, we certainly know that you Christyins did not obey those commandments, eh?

16 Thou shalt redeem the time, because the days are evil.

Hmm. To redeem is "to buy back, repurchase; to free from what distresses or harms; to free from captivity by payment of ransom; to extricate from or help to overcome something detrimental; to release from blame or debt; clear; reform; repair; restore; to free from a lien by payment of an amount secured thereby; to remove the obliation of by payment; to make good; fulfill; to atone for; expiate; to offset the bad effect; to make worthwhile; retrieve, rescue." So would Christians say that Christians obeyed that commandment to "redeem" the time, too? Well, let's see. Crusades, inquisitions, witch hunts, stake fries, conquistadores, KKK, Christian protests, demon-strations, wars of religion, ... Nope.

  • 17Thou shalt not be unwise.
  • Thou shalt understand the will of the Lord.

Well, if you think the will of the Lord is to obey the anti-Christ's commandments, you Christians certainly disobeyed those last two commandments, too.

18Thou shalt not be drunk with wine. Being drunk with wine contains excess.

THAT from the psychotic alcoholic who babbled all night long from dinnertime until dawn. Then immediately afterwards, without any rest, walked from Troas to Assos. Acts 20.7-14. AARGH!

  • Thou shalt be filled with the Spirit.
  • 19Thou shalt speak to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs.
  • Thou shalt sing and make melody in your heart to the Lord.
  • 20Thou shalt give thanks always for all things to God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Oh, sure. So the victim is supposed to say, "Thank you! Thank you, God, for making that pedophiliac priest rape me!" eh?

21 Thou shalt submit yourselves to the will of one another. And thou shalt do so in fear of God. Yes, thou shalt live in fear that God will strike you down and damn you to hell if you do not submit to the will the pope, Oral Robbers, Jimmy the Swaggert, Jerry Fall-well, Mary Baker-Eddy, Martin Luther, Joseph Smith, Jim Jones, Bill the Graham-quacker, David "the Crusher" Karesh.... Heh-heh.
22 Wives, thou shalt submit yourselves to the will of your own husbands as if you were submitting yourselves to the will of the Lord. 23After all, women are so S-T-U-P-I-D that the husband has to do all her thinking for her. Yes, the husband is the head of the wife just like Jesus the Christ in Me is the head of the church and does all our thinking for us. And since Christ is the Savior of the body of us Christians, the husband is the Savior of his wife's body. 24Therefore, thou shalt let the wives submit to the will of their own husbands in everything just the same way as the church is subjected to the will of Christ in Me!

And I tell you again that all of Paul's, "Thou shalt LET..." commandments were merely smokescreens designed to help disguise his madness. What the misogynist pig Paul was really saying, of course, was:

Thou shalt MAKE all wives turn over their will and their lives to their husband's will. Thou shalt MAKE the wives do whatever sleazy, insane things their wicked, lazy, slave-driving husbands command the wives to do. If any wife refuses, cut off her hair! Humiliate her! Even burn her at the stake if she refuses to obey her husband. After all, we cannot have any self-assertive females walking around in MY church! Females being self-assertive is BAD, BAD, BAD, because females are so S-T-U-P-I-D! Females are less than fully human! Females are incapable of gaining salvation on their own. Females are incapable of serving God fully like we hot-shot Christian males do! So there! Oink, oink.

Then the super-creep turns around and attempts to soften his blows against females by sugar-coating his terrorism of females with sickeningly, syruppy-sweet, lovey-dovey, Roman-tick trash talk.

25 Husbands, thou shalt love your wives the same way that Christ also loved the church. Christ gave Himself for the church, you know. 26He died on the cross so that He might sanctify and cleanse the church with the washing of water. Christ Jesus' washing the church with water is performed by means of the word of God that I speak 27so that He might present the church to Himself. And He presents us to Himself as a glorious church that does not have a spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing on it. Instead, He washes the church with the water of My word so that the church should be holy and without blemish. Babble, babble, babble.

Give me that barf bag again.

28 Men ought to love their wives as if their wives were their own bodies. After all, the husband who loves his wife loves himself.
29 Why does the husband who loves his wife love himself? Because no man ever yet hated his own flesh, that's why. Instead, all men nourish and cherish their own bodies. It's good to nourish and cherish and caress your own bodies, don't you know? So go ahead, males. BE narcisstic boobs. That'll get you into Heaven. Heh-heh.
And My Christian males nourish and cherish their own bodies even as the Lord nourishes and cherishes His own body. The Lord's own body is formed of us Christians, you know. Yea, we collectively form His church. Ain't that swell? Don't you just love how the Lord in Me nourishes and cherishes and caresses us? Heh-heh.
30 Don't worry. It's okay when I nourish and cherish and caress you. After all, we are all members of Jesus' body. We are members of His flesh and bones, too. 31For this cause of our forming the body of Jesus, including our being members of His flesh and bones, shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall be joined unto his wife. Then they two become one flesh so that the stupid broad can become a member of Jesus' body, too. Ain't that sweet as honey?
32 Yes, I know that this business about how we Christians form Jesus' body -- flesh, bones, and all -- is a great mystery to you Christians, but I am stricly speaking concerning Christ and the church. I am not saying that the wife forms the body -- including the flesh and bones -- of the husband. So there! 33Nevertheless let every one of you husbands in particular so love his wife even as you love yourself. And let the wife see to it that she reverences her husband as her Savior. That way, no Christian wife will EVER practice the autonomy needed to find the Savior and salvation for herself, you stupid suckers! Heh-heh.

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