The irs office.<quoted text>There are not a lot of stipulations as to who we judge. There are stipulations about judging correctly and not hypocritically. There is however as you say a difference in how we judge.
Sin of the flesh. Hmmm, a scary and fleshy subject for most. Are there any sins that are not of the flesh or did you mean sexual sins?
Yes, some sins are worse, not as far as God's ability to save, but as far as man's ability to find the cross. A drug addict, alcholic and homosexual are usually deep engrained in their sin. Their identity as self are emerged in that sin, which is why in all three cases there is a high degree of withdrawal. Jesus told us that we shall cast out demons. Where did these demons go and where are they today?
Congressman: IRS Demanded to Know Content of Pro-Life Group’s Prayers
Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock during the House Ways and Means Committee hearing on the IRS scandal on Friday made a shocking claim: the IRS once asked an Iowa-based pro-life group to reveal the content of their prayers.
“Their question, specifically asked from the IRS to the Coalition for Life of Iowa:‘Please detail the content of the members of your organization’s prayers,’” Rep. Schock said while grilling ousted IRS interim chief Steven Miller,.
The gestapo is out of control.