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Wild Dancing Jumping Church
Donna, the moment you judged that woman, you fell into the same category by bedding down with the accuser of the brethren. Did Jesus fail to deal with the sin of adultery or divorce at the cross? Remember 70 x 7? I remember a story about an adultress caught in the very act, taken by the religious, cast into the midst, and exposed for her wrongdoing. The best place to be found is in the midst though, for that is where Jesus is. He dealt with those accusers promptly until there was no one left to accuse. To make sure the woman saw this, He asked her where her accusers were. "None, Lord", she answered. "Neither do I condemn thee. Go and sin no more." The power to overcome sin was found in the absence of condemnation.

Wild Dancing Jumping Church
Jesus also called her "woman" and restored her to the name God gave the helpmeet to begin with....before Adam in his fallen state renamed her to reflect the separation from God. Religion called her "adultress". Jesus called her "woman" BEFORE He told her to go and sin no more. When Jesus said, "Woman", it was the same creative word God spoke in Genesis and it put His creation back in order.

Another Sign Of The End Times did a perfect job of explaning that verse. So sad...but just have to shake the dust from your feet. A man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still. There are none so blind as those that will not see.

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