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Don’t grieve God’s Holy Spirit!


Published on Nov 4, 2014 by My Shalom

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Hello, very welcome! On January 24th, 2014, a messenger angel of the almighty God brought on this message to end-time Prophet Benjamin Cousijnsen.

Shalom! I greet you in the wonderful name of Yeshua HaMashiach, Isa, Jesus Christ. Verily, verily, I tell you, My name is Camppanora and I am a messenger angel of God.


1 Kings 3, verse 3  Solomon loved the LORD, walking in the statutes of David his father… so far.

Wisdom of Solomon 8, verse 17 to 21  And so I thought it over: to be wedded to Wisdom is to live forever, to love her is to be perfectly happy, to do her work is to be rich beyond measure, to share her company is to have sound judgment, to converse with her is to be honored. Then I was determined to take Wisdom as my bride. I had a pleasant personality even as a child. I had been fortunate enough to receive a good soul, or rather, I was given a sound body to live in because I was already good. Still, I realized that I would never receive Wisdom unless God gave her to me — and knowing that only God could give her to me was itself a sign of understanding. So I prayed, begging the Lord with all my heart.

1 Kings 3, verse 5 to 14  Here it is written: That night the Lord appeared to him in a dream and asked him, “What would you like me to give you?” Solomon answered, “You always showed great love for my father David, your servant, and he was good, loyal, and honest in his relation with you. And you have continued to show him your great and constant love by giving him a son who today rules in his place. O Lord God, you have let me succeed my father as king, even though I am very young and don’t know how to rule. Here I am among the people you have chosen to be your own, a people who are so many that they cannot be counted. So give me the wisdom I need to rule your people with justice and to know the difference between good and evil. Otherwise, how would I ever be able to rule this great people of yours?” The Lord was pleased that Solomon had asked for this, and so he said to him, “Because you have asked for the wisdom to rule justly, instead of long life for yourself or riches or the death of your enemies, I will do what you have asked. I will give you more wisdom and understanding than anyone has ever had before or will ever have again. I will also give you what you have not asked for: all your life you will have wealth and honor, more than that of any other king. And if you obey me and keep my laws and commands, as your father David did, I will give you a long life”.
Read along with me: 1 Kings 3, verse 16 to 28  Here it is written: One day two prostitutes came and presented themselves before King Solomon. One of them said, “Your Majesty, this woman and I live in the same house, and I gave birth to a baby boy at home while she was there. Two days after my child was born, she also gave birth to a baby boy. Only the two of us were there in the house — no one else was present. Then one night she accidentally rolled over on her baby and smothered it. She got up during the night, took my son from my side while I was asleep, and carried him to her bed; then she put the dead child in my bed. The next morning, when I woke up and was going to nurse my baby, I saw that it was dead. I looked at it more closely and saw that it was not my child.” But the other woman said, “No! The living child is mine, and the dead one is yours!” The first woman answered back, “No! The dead child is yours, and the living one is mine!” And so they argued before the king. Then King Solomon said, “Each of you claims that the living child is hers and that the dead child belongs to the other one.” He sent for a sword, and when it was brought, he said, “Cut the living child in two and give each woman half of it.” The real mother, her heart full of love for her son, said to the king, “Please, Your Majesty, don’t kill the child! Give it to her!” But the other woman said, “Don’t give it to either of us; go on and cut it in two.” Then Solomon said, “Don’t kill the child! Give it to the first woman — she is its real mother.” When the people of Israel heard of Solomon’s decision, they were all filled with deep respect for him, because they knew then that God had given him the wisdom to settle disputes fairly.


Sirach 4, verse 11 to 16  Wisdom takes care of those who look for her; she raises them to greatness. Loving her is loving life itself; rising early to look for her is pure joy. Anyone who obtains Wisdom will be greatly honored. Wherever he goes, the Lord will bless him. Wisdom’s servants are the servants of the Holy One, and the Lord loves everyone who loves her. Those who obey her will judge nations; those who pay attention to her have true security. Put your trust in Wisdom, and you will possess her and pass her on to your descendants.

And absolutely read for yourself: Wisdom of Solomon 1, verse 1 to Chapter 2, verse 1 to 24  Here it is written: Love justice, you rulers of the world. Set your minds sincerely on the Lord, and look for him with all honesty. Those who do not try to test him will find him; he will show himself to those who trust him. Dishonest thoughts separate people from God, and if we are foolish enough to test him, his power will put us to shame. Wisdom will never be at home with anyone who is deceitful or a slave of sin. Everyone who is holy has learned to stay away from deceitful people. He will not stay around when foolish thoughts are being expressed; he will not feel comfortable when injustice is done.
Wisdom is a spirit that is friendly to people, but she will not forgive anyone who speaks against God, for God knows our feelings and thoughts, and hears our every word. Since the Lord’s spirit fills the entire world, and holds everything in it together, she knows every word that people say. No one who speaks wickedly will escape notice; sooner or later he will receive just punishment. The intentions of ungodly people will be closely examined; their words will be reported to the Lord, and then they will get the punishment that their wickedness deserves. God will tolerate no challenge, and since he hears everything, you cannot hide your complaining from him. So be sure that you do not go around complaining — it does no good — and don’t engage in bitter talk. The most secret things you say will have their consequences, and lying will destroy your soul.
Do not bring on your own death by sinful actions. God did not invent death, and when living creatures die, it gives him no pleasure. He created everything so that it might continue to exist, and everything he created is wholesome and good. There is no deadly poison in them. No, death does not rule this world, for God’s justice does not die.
Ungodly people have brought death on themselves by the things they have said and done. They yearn for death as if it were a lover. They have gone into partnership with death, and it is just what they deserve.
Wicked people are wrong when they say to themselves, “Our life is short and full of sorrow, and when its end comes, there is no escape. No one has ever been known to come back from the world of the dead. We were born by chance, and after life is over, we will be as if we had never been born at all. Our breath is no more than a puff of smoke; our mind is nothing more than a spark thrown off by the beating of our heart. When that spark dies, our body will crumble into ashes, and our breath will become part of the empty air. In time, no one will remember anything we ever did, and even our names will be forgotten. Our lives will pass away like the traces of clouds and vanish like fog in the heat of the sun. Our time on earth is like a passing shadow. There is no escape from the day of our death; it is fixed, and no one can postpone it”.
The wicked say, “Come on, then, let’s enjoy the good things of life, and live in this world the way we did when we were young and free of care! Let’s drink the most expensive wines and use the finest perfumes. Let’s not miss a single flower in the springtime! Before the roses wither, let’s pick them and wear them in our hair! Let’s all join in and leave signs everywhere of our carefree revelry! Life owes us that much!
“We’ll oppress the poor, even if they are righteous. We’ll show no respect for widows or old people. We’ll call ourselves right if we are strong enough to get what we want. No one ever got anywhere by being weak! Righteous people are nothing but a nuisance, so let’s look for chances to get rid of them. They are against what we do; they accuse us of breaking the Law of Moses and violating the traditions of our ancestors. They claim to know God, and they call themselves the Lord’s children. We can’t stand the sight of people like that; what they are contradicts our whole way of thinking. They are not like other people; they have strange ways. They think that our moral standards are so corrupt that everything we do should be avoided. They boast of having God for their Father, and believe that when all is said and done, only the righteous will be happy. But we’ll see if that’s true! Let’s see what will happen when it’s time for them to die! If the righteous really are God’s children, God will save them from their enemies. So let’s put them to the test. We’ll be cruel to them, and torment them; then we’ll find out how calm and reasonable they are! We’ll find out just how much they can stand! We’ll condemn them to a shameful death. After all, they say that God will protect them.”
That is how evil people think, but they are wrong. They are blinded by their own wickedness. They have never known God’s secrets, never hoped for the rewards of a holy and blameless life. When God created us, he did not intend for us to die; he made us like himself. It was the Devil’s jealousy that brought death into the world, and those who belong to the Devil are the ones who will die.

Ephesians 4, verse 30  Don’t grieve the Holy Spirit of God, in whom you were sealed… so far.

I’m going now, Ruacha, Yeshu, Shalom! spoke the messenger angel of God, and disappeared.


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