This guy should just zip it. “Perfect” Lord? Whatdoezhemeaneth? Is he implying the “Lord” has not always been perfect? “Infinite treasure”? Whazzionabout? Who are the people the Pied Pier is addressing? The dancers in his mind? The shadows in his cave? Idiots?
Oh, this liar has been talking the world of doggy droppings lately; oh, wait, not just lately. This time he has been prattling on about pets. Read the article (link below) and laugh at this confused, deceptive, dangerous clown Piper. A see a screw and it is loose. In fact, I think that one screw has fallen out many times and each time one of his blind worshipers has simply pushed it back, more or less. To stop the rubbish in his head pouring out, but it ain’t workin’.
The latest idol? Your pets! Didn’t you know that? Man, the money spent one one of God’s creatures could have, and should have gone to….well, have a laugh and don’t scratch yourself too much. Here is the link:
And what does he mean by “receive”? He cannot say “accept,” eh? Because that would indicate that you’ve actually DONE something, and so the “salvation” or whatever the heck he is rambling on about is not by faith alone anymore or some fairy tale like that.
Piper, be gone. Go preach to your demons.
Precious Savior, Perfect Lord, Infinite Treasure…is that a New Trinity?
What I find interesting is Piper’s quotation of Leviticus 19:34 from the ESV in an obvious attack on Trump for enforcing immigration law: “You shall treat the stranger who sojourns with you as the native among you, and you shall love him as yourself, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt: I am the Lord your God.”
There are 2 thing I find interesting about it, 1 political, 1 religuous/historical.
(1) Piper is apparently not smart enough to understand that “stranger who sojourns with you” means “temporary resident alien” in true modern English (which the ESV is not). So its about how the Israelites were to treat temporary resident aliens while they were there, not saying the Israelites had to let them live there forever. Thus by analogy, Trump’s policies are perfectly in line with this verse.
(2) Guys like Piper love to bash the Sadducees for being too nice to Rome and not fomenting insurrection to kick the Romans out like the Pharisees were. So Sadducees=bad guys for following Piper’s oen messed up interpretation of Lev 19:34 but Pharisees=good guys for breaking it. Isn’t that interesting?
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