49 And it is the desired way of evil to firmly implant the effects of sin in all the peoples of the earth And the evil one is thus an enemy both of forgiveness and the Holy One who has it to bring And in this way the wicked do not know Anokeesed or the Man that He became and they are alienated completely from all the spirits of life Motsah put into the elements of creation Unclean unclean shall they be when they enter in to be standing before Him to be judged in His love 50 And the Decadent One delights in the effects of sin that multiplies and expands in the hearts of the children of Anokeesed in each succeeding generation And it is his desire that the effects of sin remain forever in every soul to preside over every aspect of their lives And he is the accuser of all men
And accusations are his primary way of fastening the effects of sin permanently to your soul And accusations are designed by definition to build an inner resistance to repentance and they foster the pattern of justifying sin
in an effort to be rid of accusations feeling legitimate And in this way it is accusations that always precede pride And because of this accusations are the first line of attack and his most formidable device to impede salvation Therefore Mowtsoor the Decadent One came to be named Satan which name means the accuser
51 And as I pondered all these things I found that the kind of faith that arises out of profound humility can render accusations powerless over us And because of humility accusations cannot penetrate the love and compassion to forgive that comes to us by our Motsah the Lamb
52 And it came to pass as I sat before the Urim to look the Lord continued to speak marvelous words to me And He said Among the righteous who are gathered together in their living or worship almost all forgiveness should be done in advance o f the sin so that when an offence or sin occurs it comes in the midst of the strong spirit of forgiveness And the effects of the sin do not have to be felt and grow until forgiveness can be found For among holy people the uncleanness of feeling the effects of sin needs to be met with forgiveness and repentance in reserve so that the righteous cannot offend one another and the effects of their sin in their hearts cannot be expanded and implanted by accusations And in this way the righteous can avoid the misfortune of going over in their minds that which could be seen to justify their sin 53 And you will see that among the wicked there are many who will take the side of Mowtsoor the Decadent to accuse And those accusations will cut off repentance and lead to vengeance and hatred 54 Therefore I have always told you to assume the best about one another And when sin occurs excuse your fellow and gather more information And you are not to accuse one another but reprove with loving kindness and bring understanding in the midst of trials and error And you are to speak to the one who is involved in the error first except for clarification because when you speak to another about the sin of another you lay the foundation for the resistance to forgiveness in the one being spoken about And you magnify opportunities for accusations
55 And it is common for a person when they know everyone is speaking of their error to feel compelled all the more to justify their actions rather than repent and feel forgiven And the adversary finds great delight when people assist him in this way And the evil one tries to influence people to interpret any form of criticism to be an accusation thus promoting his influence
56 But when reproval is preceded by forgiveness his designs come to naught Speaking ill of your fellow builds a bond between the effect of the sin and the hearts and minds of those who have sinned But humility builds bonds of love and fellowship For this reason through all the ages of the earth I have sought to establish these two virtues to not speak ill and to assume the best And the willingness to forgive gives rise to these two virtues Thus I counseled to forgive your fellow seventy times seven
Matthew 18 :21 Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times?
Matthew 18: 22 Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven.