The Death Of The Holy Angels

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To this end, Christ’s attack proceeds directly against hell, opposing the sexual lies of the gods of distortion this rocky place embodies. Conceivably, Jesus came here to proclaim sexual freedom to the people that exists in sexual bondage. He tells of building his church, upon the sexual filth of this world, and He gives them the keys of knowledge to overcome Satan’s paralyzing possession of deceitful lust. (Matt 16:19). During this time, a declaration of Peter announces Jesus as the “Son of God” (Matt 16:16), while Jesus proclaims His own destiny, telling of His death and resurrection (Matt 16:21). To further this mood of events, Jesus called the local people to Him, (Mark 8:34) proclaiming,

“Whosoever therefore shall be ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation; of him also shall the Son of man be ashamed, when he cometh the glory of his Father with the holy angels” (Mark 8:38).

With this purpose in mind, why would Jesus proclaim to the pagan people; essentially, ‘reeking with shame,’ not to be ‘ashamed of Him?’ In fact, this scripture becomes quite puzzling ‘until’ one adds a sexual significance that Jesus seems to assert, opening the door to usher in ‘a new divine sexual awareness’ for these people. Inevitably, trying to convey to them God’s sexual presence within humanity and not to be ashamed of this. Jesus announcement of shame toward Him transpires near the doorway of gross sexual filth; indeed, where degrading sex acts flourish. In

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