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Old 10-15-2015, 02:33 AM
 
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18. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.

Let us make the tree good, with blessing of God.
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Old 10-15-2015, 04:25 AM
 
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Any details or examples as to the variety of fruits that are produced?
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Old 10-15-2015, 04:54 AM
 
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18. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.

Let us make the tree good, with blessing of God.
The tree we need to be examining if any is the one we see in the mirror. Examine yourself whether YOU be in the faith(not beliefs).
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Old 10-16-2015, 05:31 PM
 
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18. A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.

Let us make the tree good, with blessing of God.
That quote was with respect to the false prophet who come to you in sheep's clothing. You will know them by their fruits. (Mt 7)

In the case of the foremost false prophet Paul, you look to the churches that follow his teachings. You have approximately 43,000 different sects, who follow the Babel/babble/confusion of Paul, and the Catholic church and its burning, persecution, and burning of saints, would rank high on the list of rotten fruit. They couldn't even leave the poor Galileo at peace. Burning Joan of Arc was another notorious piece of rotten work. Their pedophile priesthood, the kleptomaniac pope who has a thief within, their painting over the abortion issue while in DC, are just continuing problems. The Protestant problems are more varied and get less press, but are prevalent non the less. The witches they burned may have harsh words for the Protestants. As long as their power is diversified between 43,000 different competing sects, their bad effects are cumulative, and ultimately destructive, but not poignant.
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Old 10-17-2015, 01:34 PM
 
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That quote was with respect to the false prophet who come to you in sheep's clothing. You will know them by their fruits. (Mt 7)

In the case of the foremost false prophet Paul, you look to the churches that follow his teachings. You have approximately 43,000 different sects, who follow the Babel/babble/confusion of Paul, and the Catholic church and its burning, persecution, and burning of saints, would rank high on the list of rotten fruit. They couldn't even leave the poor Galileo at peace. Burning Joan of Arc was another notorious piece of rotten work. Their pedophile priesthood, the kleptomaniac pope who has a thief within, their painting over the abortion issue while in DC, are just continuing problems. The Protestant problems are more varied and get less press, but are prevalent non the less. The witches they burned may have harsh words for the Protestants. As long as their power is diversified between 43,000 different competing sects, their bad effects are cumulative, and ultimately destructive, but not poignant.

Whats with the worm wood?
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Old 10-17-2015, 01:50 PM
 
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That quote was with respect to the false prophet who come to you in sheep's clothing. You will know them by their fruits. (Mt 7)

In the case of the foremost false prophet Paul, you look to the churches that follow his teachings. You have approximately 43,000 different sects, who follow the Babel/babble/confusion of Paul, and the Catholic church and its burning, persecution, and burning of saints, would rank high on the list of rotten fruit. They couldn't even leave the poor Galileo at peace. Burning Joan of Arc was another notorious piece of rotten work. Their pedophile priesthood, the kleptomaniac pope who has a thief within, their painting over the abortion issue while in DC, are just continuing problems. The Protestant problems are more varied and get less press, but are prevalent non the less. The witches they burned may have harsh words for the Protestants. As long as their power is diversified between 43,000 different competing sects, their bad effects are cumulative, and ultimately destructive, but not poignant.
YOUR fruits seem to involve producing as many posts as possible to bash the Catholics.

Are you a member of a sect that teaches that's how you get to heaven?

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