Touch Not Mine Anointed<quoted text>I expected no less from you LTM. you made the accusation that I said that you wanted me dead and I proved that I never said that about YOU. that it was orville.
and even when you are shown that you are wrong in your accusations, you will not apologize.
in your false accusation, you did"touch" me and you will answer for it.
and I have never said that I was a Prophet.
that is the last part of that "WARNING" THAT YOU HAVE FAILED TO HEED.
you sold your soul for that piece of garbage , ORVILLE AND THOSE OTHERS THAT i HAVE SHOWED THEY ARE LIARS.
and they certainly are not God chosen,He doesnt choose liars and frauds.not to mention cowards.
"whipping a dead horse". you chose the right words for yourself.
and unlike me, when i make a mistake, I clear it up,
by David Wilkerson | November 13, 2001
[May 19, 1931 April 27, 2011]
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"Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm" (Psalm 105:15). This brief verse contains a powerful warning from our Lord. And he means every word of it: woe to any nation or individual who lays a hand on those who are chosen of God. And woe to anyone who does harm to his prophets.
This severe warning has a dual application. First, the "anointed" and "prophets" here refer to natural Israel, God's people of the Old Testament. Yet God's warning not to harm his chosen continues to apply today. It also covers his spiritual Israel, that is, his church.
We mainly think of this warning in reference to Old Testament prophets or present-day ministers who stand for truth. It appears to be a declaration of God's protection over his servants