In his second form, he rips away his upper clothing and headgear, revealing heavily built muscles with springs that resemble an exercise harness wrapped all around his upper body, and emits a red aura.
In his final "true" form, his muscles bulged even more which shatter the springs and turn his skin color a bit red and he emits a dark-violet aura.
Are these types of church governments, the power and authority that is needed to keep members unified and walking in the way of God, or are they trying to supply the power and work that only God's Spirit can supply to unify church membership, including the ministry, and this church governance is a denial of that power? 3:5, Does God the Father, through Jesus Christ, our Chief Shepherd, teach and command that governance in the church is to be something very much different than what is being taught and followed in all churches?
God the Father, and Jesus Christ, are man's Creators, and have all governing power and authority over all members of the body of Jesus Christ.
In those days Judah will be saved, and Jerusalem will dwell securely.
And this is the name by which it will be called: ‘The Lord is our righteousness.’”For thus says the Lord: “David shall never lack a man to sit on the throne of the house of Israel, and the Levitical priests shall never lack a man in my presence to offer burnt offerings, to burn grain offerings, and to make sacrifices forever.” It is easy to fall into the trap of thinking that God’s love and concern for us rise and fall according to how well we are doing in living the Christian life.
He initially does not transform himself after becoming Samael, instead summoning a golden lion made of humanoids called the "Beast of Human Sacrifices" as a mount.
He is utterly self-assured of his fundamental righteousness, believing the simple fact that the Conspiracy is able to get away with its crimes without the Phantom Thieves of Hearts and their supernatural interference, combined with his own knowledge of the Palace, is a sign that he is favored by God.nor will the priests ever fail to have someone offering sacrifices” (vv. Ultimately, Jesus is the king who remains on the throne and who has offered himself as a sacrifice once and for all.Jesus is the righteous Branch who offers us his righteousness so that we never fear being rejected by God.In the Book of Proverbs the word is used to refer to an aphorism or concise statement of a principle or to a discourse.The proverbs are short pithy sayings which express timeless truth and wisdom.Through the prophet Jeremiah, he reminds his people that they can count on his promises and that he will always be there for them.