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Old 05-07-2013, 07:36 AM   #8
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Default Re: Signs of Spiritual Abuse by Steven Lambert

Originally Posted by ZNPaaneah View Post
Titus 1:16 They profess that they know God; but in works they deny him, being abominable, and disobedient, and to every good work reprobate.

I don’t care that WL “professed to know God”, I am concerned with his works. Did he deny the Lord with his works?

Were his works abominable, causing moral revulsion? Several of the stories on this forum have caused me moral revulsion. “He that condemns the righteous and he that justifies the wicked. Both of them alike are an abomination to the Lord.” Proverbs 17.15
Since the time I first read John Ingalls account "Speaking The Truth In Love," there began to grow within a certain moral revulsion to the activities of Witness Lee, his family, and his most ardent supporters. How could Lee condemn Ingalls and other godly men as "leprous rebels" for speaking the truth in order to protect God's children? How could Lee protect his own sons from criminal and moral culpability?

This verse in Proverbs 17.15 speak volumes. "He (specifically Witness Lee in meetings recorded in "Fermentation of the Present Rebellion") that condemns the righteous (that is John Ingalls and the other elders in Anaheim) and he (once again Witness Lee and his closest co-workers) that justifies the wicked (specifically his profligate son Philip Lee who more than once was caught molesting sisters in the act of adultery.) Both of them (Witness Lee is guilty on both counts) alike are an abomination to the Lord.

Anyone who lived through that awful period in the Recovery in the late 80's and early 90's should read John Ingalls' account of events in the light of this scripture.
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