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The Wisdom to Stop the Most Unholy Sacrifice

Those of us who are baptized receive the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:38) and wisdom is one of the gifts of the Holy Spirit (Isa. 11:2, 1Co. 12:8). Therefore, we are able to receive wisdom that we lack by asking God for it in prayer. If we are asking God for the wisdom, then it will be given to us (Jam. 1:5). But we must be asking in faith (Jam. 1:6), believing that we will receive it (Mark 11:24). Otherwise, we will not receive it when it is given to us (Jam. 1:7).

Wisdom is the application of knowledge. Therefore, we must receive knowledge (another gift of the Holy Spirit) before we can receive wisdom. If we start asking God for wisdom, then questions should start coming to mind, questions that we are able to find the answers to from other people. Each time we find an answer, we gain a piece of the knowledge that we will need in order to receive the wisdom for which we are asking God. Once we have all the pieces of knowledge, we can apply the knowledge to solving a problem (such as stopping the most unholy sacrifice). Once we have applied the knowledge to solving the problem, we have the wisdom for which we were asking God (such as the wisdom to stop the most unholy sacrifice).

The first person [1] to receive the wisdom to stop the most unholy sacrifice has reduced all of the pieces of knowledge down to twelve in number, so that we can receive the wisdom much faster than it took him to receive it. Once we have received the wisdom, we will know that if a short announcement is made at every altar (or table of the Lord if you will), then Jesus Christ will cause the most unholy sacrifice to cease. He caused the animal sacrifice to cease almost two thousand years ago (Dan. 9:27); and soon, he will cause the most unholy sacrifice to cease too. Please read each question and answer slowly and prayerfully, because each new question builds upon previous answers.


1. What is a SACRIFICE?

2. What is a SELFLESS sacrifice?

3. What is a SELFISH sacrifice?

4. What was the most selfless and HOLY sacrifice?

5. What is a most selfish and UNHOLY sacrifice?

6. Under what CONDITION can a most unholy sacrifice happen?

7. Who are VULNERABLE to becoming the victim in a most unholy sacrifice?

8. CAN the most unholy sacrifice be stopped, and if so how?

9. Since WHEN has the most unholy sacrifice been stoppable?

10. How can we PARTICIPATE in stopping the most unholy sacrifice?

11. How does the HOLY SPIRIT stop the most unholy sacrifice?

12. What must be ANNOUNCED at every table of the Lord?

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[1] The wisdom to stop the most unholy sacrifice was first received by a humble man who is anonymous, so that he can cite his qualifications without boasting. He is being called ABEL TUBITAUT, because he is perfectly teachable. That's his first qualification, and it means that he is able to graduate from a four-year college with a perfect GPA (4.0). We know that Abel is able to do that by the fact that he did it. Children of God are taught by God (Isa. 54:13, John 6:45); and because the wisdom to stop the most unholy sacrifice is a complicated subject, God needed someone who was perfectly "able to be taught" in order to teach that wisdom to someone.

Abel's second qualification is that he keeps the commandments of God. This makes him qualified to receive any wisdom for which he asks God (1Jo. 3:22). Abel has no criminal record, and we know that he has kept the commandments of God which pertain to marriage by the fact that he and his wife married as virgins many years ago and they are still married to this day. He claims that he has never defiled himself with a woman (Rev. 14:4), and there is no reason for us to doubt that, given the fact that he has received the wisdom to stop the most unholy sacrifice.

Abel's third qualification is that he is perfectly baptized. This means that he was affused as an infant and immersed as an adult without ever renouncing his affusion. We know that he did not renounce his affusion by the fact that after being immersed he and his wife would take each infant child of theirs to his church to be affused. Abel's baptism is perfect, because no Christian can deny the validity of it, and therefore every Christian must recognize Abel as their brother in Christ. Also, his immersion was not a sacrilegious rebaptism, because you cannot redo something that has not been done before. Being perfectly baptized is a qualification, because it is through baptism that we receive the gift of the Holy Spirit (Acts 2:38), which includes the ability to receive wisdom (Isa. 11:2, 1Co. 12:8) by asking God for it in faith (Jam. 1:5-6). CAUTION: You might want to think twice before getting "perfectly baptized" yourself, because then you're likely to be given additional talents (Mat. 25:14-30), and to whom much is given much is expected (Luke 12:48).

Abel has many other qualifications as well, ones that are not cited here. But these are cited, so that you will know that Abel Tubitaut is perfectly qualified to be the first child of God to receive the wisdom to stop the most unholy sacrifice. You can therefore be confident that such wisdom exists and that it has been received. We have received it and we hope you will too.