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Wednesday, 10 January 2018

Rule in times of trouble

During WW II, the King of Norway fled from Norway and went to England. From England, the King ruled Norway during the war.

One provision the King gave from England, was death penalty, and after the war, criminals in Norway were executed in power of that law. I believe it was a royal resolution, not a law, formally speaking, and that is law in Norway. That statutory provision was not regarded as to have retroactive force. The Parliament, the King, and the Court applied to the fact that the King rules, whatever one in the occupation thinks.

Please, do not disagree.

If Jesus is forced to leave a man, because of occupation, Jesus is still the ruler of that man and will judge his being.

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