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When he leaves this life behind, Franklin Graham, who has brought nothing but disgrace to his father’s name and to the faith he professes,…

will be told, “Just as you did not do it to one of the least of these [offer water to the thirsty, clothing to the naked, food to the hungry, welcome to the stranger, nor visited the sick and those in prison] you did not do it to me.”

Then Mr. Graham will go away into eternal punishment (together with those others who use their “faith” to seek to enforce the opinions their psychological dysfunctions, and those of their ancestors, force them to hold, but never allow God to inspire them to do God’s works of love and mercy within the human society of their own day).

based on Matthew 25:31–46

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