YAVO, INC., PRAYER PARTNER TAPE, JULY 1991
by Roy B. Blizzard, Ph.D.
Authority to forgive sins; Roman Catholicism; absolution; fasting; emunah; kingdom;
judging; religion; humanist; responsibilities; pagan religious system; relationship;
humanism; iniquity; stubbornness; idolatry; lost; save; sin; unpardonable sin)
Q: Can you kill a person or destroy a person with your mouth, because thatís what I
felt she was trying to do to me?
Yes, absolutely, and thatís the reason it's a transgression that is considered so heinous
that it's now beyond the congregational court. In our present-day system if you're
dealing with people who are part of the same congregation, my suggestion is that you go
to the pastor and the spiritual leaders of the congregation and let them know what is
going on and let the pastors call in both parties involved, and let the pastors try to
mediate the problem. It may be necessary for the pastors to, in fact, request from
one or the other that they fellowship elsewhere for the good of the congregation.
But that is not necessarily going to help the individual being slandered if that person
has done everything that needs to be done and that person still has not forgiven
them. Youíve done everything that you are supposed to do.. youíve forgiven, but
there's something thatís wrong and you can obviously feel it, that there are negative
things that are being directed toward you and it's having a physical effect on you.