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Posted: Dec 16, 2012 10:59 AM
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On Dec 16, 7:54 am, Martin Musatov <> wrote:
>         The people who are living in the Kingdom of God are like cars
> going through a car wash. Some are dirty, some are clean. Some of the
> cars are clean on the outside and dirty on the inside, and some of the
> cars are dirty on the outside and clean on the inside. Some cars are
> dirty or clean both inside and out. But once the car goes through the
> car wash, the only thing to matter is what?s inside.
>          His disciples asked him, ?Master, what you said, we
> comprehend, about what is clean and what is dirty in the Kingdom of
> God, but can you explain meaning of the different cars?? He responded,
> ?The cars clean on the outside and dirty on the inside represent the
> people of this world who outwardly are well put-together, but inside
> lack a pure heart. The cars dirty outside and clean inside symbolize
> those of less worldly means whom the world forsook. The cars both
> dirty inside and out are people who need help. Finally, the cars clean
> inside and out are the people who help them with their blessed means.?
> His disciples wonder about this. So he said, ?Blessed are the poor who
> help the wretched, for these are faultless before God.? Who loves them
> most, Martin Musatov.

also when it is ourself who makes the istake <[] you have my name

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