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Church silence promotes violence to humans, to animals, to our environment, to our economy, to our education, to our finances, and to our health.
By: Mary T. and Frank L. Hoffman

In Reference to: Ignoring One of God's Most Beautiful Prophecies

By Frank and Mary Hoffman - 17 Feb 2016

Hi Nancy:

Thank you very much for your kind and encouraging comments about our web site and ministry.

There are a lot of people who feel the way you do about the church, and many of them have left. We have been ministering to these people for nearly 20 years on the internet, and have been working for over 30 years to help end the hardness of heart in the churches.

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In relation to the Bible passage you references please see:

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In the Love of the Lord,

Frank and Mary

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Church Silence Promotes Violence
The intent of this series is to wake up and encourage the Church to greater works of love and compassion (John 14:12).  It is not to condemn the Church, in general, or any individual, any more than Jesus condemned the woman caught in adultery.  Jesus said to her, "...go your way.  From now on sin no more." (John 8:11)  And this is our message to the Church:  Recognize our sins of the past and go forth seeking to be perfect as our heavenly Father is perfect (Matthew 5:48), correcting the sins of the past, for that is the only way we can truly show the world that we love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, might, and mind, including the whole of creation, which includes our neighbors whom we are to love as ourselves.