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“It’s sort of a holy calling for us…”
King County Prosecutor Mark Larson
Seattle Times, Jan. 2, 2020


King County Prosecutor Mark Larson
Unrepentant Fool & Jihadist Talk
“holy mission”

You sir have chosen to be friends with the world and thus you have made yourself an enemy of God.

It is past time for you to repent.

Do not turn your back on God again like you did when your pride was wounded by the motorcyclist who was on parole to you in.

Do not chose the world again rather than the way of the crucified life in Jesus.

You adulterous people,
don’t you know that friendship with the world is hatred toward God?
Anyone who chooses to be a friend of the world becomes an enemy of God.
(James 4:4)


King County Mark Larson You Presbyterian Fool,
A Holy Calling Does Not Make Men Holy




Like Jihadist around the world they flatter themselves that they are on a holy mission, involved in a holy calling.

Indeed, they gather around themselves those of like pride that will flatter them all the way to hell.

But God is no fool and knows it is not a calling that makes men holy.

For in his own eyes he flatters himself too much
to detect or hate his sin.

(Psalm 36:2)


[*] Ian Goodhew King County Prosecutor Washington State, Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, Prosecutor David Seaver, Prosecutor Jason Simmons, Prosecutor Lisa Johnson, Prosecutor Mark Larson, Prosecutor Nicole Weston and Prosecutor Rich Anderson,


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