Are you a part of your leader’s sins of breaking the covenant?



members write to us and give us various excuses saying that “ we have nothing to do with the Bamah matter”, we did not do it, we have not prayed for them, we did not take part of that matter, it is the leaders problem, let God handle that, it is none of our business, etc…… but, two members have studied deep in to this subject and informed us about their study on the matter. They prove from “The Word of God”, that all the members are held guilty by God, if they are with such leaders who took the whole church after other gods. Prove from the Word of God, that you are not accountable for the sins of the
“Bamah” matter, even if you do not know it. According to God’s Word, the dissidents are the end time leaders in God’s church. including the high priest. Salvation is an individual matter and if we know the Word, we do not have to worry about being deceived. No words are added or deleted (except the names)  from these emails but underlining and bolding and high lighting done by us. Bible verses are in italics.


These two members (WHOM WE HAVE NEVER SEEN, OR MET), have been in the church since Mr HWA’s time and they have proven from the Word of God, that we should listen and prove when some people stand up for the truth and witness against a crime against God, which leaders have committed. Your positions in the kingdom is hanging on your decision…..we are responsible for everyone else’s sins. God Has made known the “Bamah” matter….  


Are you a part of your leader’s sins of breaking the covenant?




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Subject: Who is Really Guilty?



{Greetings. Several Sabbaths ago ( name)  pointed out to our group on that Sabbath day, some alarming scriptures. You likely are already aware of these scriptures, and, we also had read them many times in the past, however, in light of the bama incident and the ensuing history, it seems like these scriptures take on additional enormous significance


Lev 4:22-23) When a “ruler” hath sinned, and done somewhat through “ignorance”, against any of the commandments of the Lord his God concerning things which should not be done, and is guilty: Or if his sin, wherein he hath sinned, come to his knowledge; he shall bring his offering, (repent and atone).


Lev 5:1 ) And if a soul sin, and hear the voice of swearing, and is a “witness”, whether he has seen or known of it; if he do not utter it, then he shall bear his iniquity.


Lev 4:2-3) If a soul shall sin through ignorance against any of the commandments of the Lord concerning things which ought not to be done, and shall do against any of them; If the “priest” that is anointed do sin according to the sin of the people; then let him bring for his sin; (repent and atone).


Lev 4:13-14) And if the whole congregation of Israel sin through ignorance, and the thing be hid from the eyes of the assembly, and any of the commandments of the Lord concerning things which ought not be done, and are guilty; When the sin, which they have sinned against it, is known, then the congregation shall offer a young bullock for the sin, (repent and atone).


Thus, even if the members do not think they are guilty in these type matters, it is clear that almighty God thinks they are guilty.


Kindest regards and have a great Sabbath,


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Greetings to all:


Many in our group (including myself) was reluctant to accept the guilt of the Bamah matter when we first heard about it, thinking that we hadn't prayed for those people or had any direct involvement in the matter.  “God” has subsequently provided greater understanding to us.  The article by Mr.  (name)   is sufficient to correct this thinking.  However, I came across something that interested me, so I pursued it further and it lead me to additional understanding of the matter.  I feel that I must share it with you for whatever benefit that it might have.


I was reading Joshua 22 where the two and one-half tribes were sent home and had stopped before crossing the Jordan and built an altar.  The Israelites (those who settled west of the Jordan) were considering to go to war with them for this cause (Joshua 22:12).  But a delegation was sent first to inquire into the matter.  The 2 1/2 tribes were accused of breaking faith with God and reminded how the sin of Peor (Num. 25) had caused a plague on the entire Israelite community (vs. 17-18). 


God had commanded that only where He had placed His name were sacrifices to be made and on that altar only (Deut. 12:1-14; Lev. 17:8-9).  We find in Joshua 18:1 that God had designated Shiloh to be the center of Israelite worship throughout the period of the Judges and the tabernacle was set up there.  That is where the ark of the covenant would be.  The erection of a second, unauthorized altar, however innocently intended, would violate the principles laid down in the Mosaic legislation (Deut. 12:1-14; Lev. 17:8-9).  Joshua 22:18 further reveals that they knew that if the 2 1/2 tribes rebelled against the Lord, it would bring judgment upon the entire Israelite community.  Thus they would be rebelling against the tribes west of the Jordan as well as God (Joshua 22:19). 


Then the sin of “Achan” was mentioned as proof of such condemnation (vs. 20).  God had commanded that all the articles of silver and gold, bronze and iron were to go into his treasury (Josh. 6:19), but Achan had taken articles of silver and gold and a robe and buried them beneath the ground inside his tent (Joshua 7:20-22).   For this cause when they went to battle, God was not with them for His “wrath” had fallen upon the “entire community”.  Only after the destruction of Achan and his possessions (Josh. 7:24-26) and the “repentance of Joshua and the elders (Josh. 7:6) was God to return to Israel.  But the 2 1/2 tribes explained that the reason for their altar was not in violation of the law or rebellion but as a witness between the two (vs. 28) from fear that their descendants might be made to stop fearing the Lord (vs. 25) and therefore war was avoided and there was no more talk of it.


Then I considered that these Israelites had not yet been given the Holy Spirit--they were under the old covenant--they were under the law!  How differently would this be today when we have God's Holy Spirit, grace and faith, etc.?  Suppose the high priest and the principle elders were to sin against God, conceal the matter and not bring repentance before the congregation


 The “entire congregation” must bear the guilt!


(Lev. 4:13-14).  The Law has a penalty--DEATH.  God changes not (Mal. 3:6).  SINNERS ARE UNDER THE LAW!  However, today, when the sinner repents of his transgression, and accepts the sacrifice of Christ as payment of the penalty of the LAW, then he is PARDONED--UNDER GRACE--the Law no longer stands over him, claiming his life.  Those who haven't repented are still sinning and are still UNDER THE LAW!  Only those who through repentance, obedience and FAITH have turned from disobedience and are, through faith, KEEPING the Law, ARE THE ONLY ONES WHO ARE UNDER GRACE! 


 If the “ministry” and the “congregationrefuse to confess the sin and repent, what recourse does the Christian have but to "come out of her and be not partakers of her sins (Rev. 18:4)?


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Not only these instances, but Phinehas, also took care of such a situation in Num 25: …. The sin of Israel in “Baal Poer”….God’s wrath was with the whole congregation. When “Phinehas” killed the woman, only God’s anger was taken off. Because Phinehas did this, God made a “COVENANT OF PEACE”  with him…. V 12.


PCG, leaders , the last church in Israel, too took the whole church to sin against God, His covenant. This sin was never repented. This is why God Has profaned the Sanctuary in Ez 24: 21. When this “Bamah” sin took place, we, stood against the leaders as “Phinehas” did. This is why, God made a “covenant of peace” with us. (Read: Covenant of peace”.  ) This is why, we are called to be kings priests as our writing “ Last hour church split’ Jews or Gentiles” would show. When Christ’s wife commits adultery, He is free to marry again. This, we all know. When WCG sinned, God made the covenant with PCG as Ez 16: 8 says. Since she too has broken the covenant, God turned to gentiles. All these claims, we have proven from the ‘Word of God’, HWA’s writings, and GF’s writings.



As you would know, the whole “Bamah” matter is covered up. All those who fought with the leaders against this were cast out, spiritually murdered. They are marked and disfellowshipped. No one should speak with them. Has not God seen that? This is why God condemns the leaders of misjudging the poor….. this is why Christ will bring light to ‘gentiles” . Is that the attitude of leaders, who claim that they follow God, to murder God’s children? . God is patiently waiting, after calling each member individually, until they are born, preserving them. As a loving Father, He watches us our every move, every moment, until we are born again. He even sacrificed His own SON, so that if we sin unintentionally, we could be forgiven of our sins as These two beloved members point out. But ‘UNREPENTANT” sinner, have no forgiveness…. This is why, God considers His family, as an enemy, and now they are spiritually dead. Only their bones, and a piece if an ear, and two legs are left.  The wild beasts, who are the leaders have eaten them…. and the lions have desolated their cities. This is why we witness against Jerusalem and treading down.


Take heed, prove all things, hold fast to what you have….. Judge is at the “DOOR”.


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Gentile Assembly