Future Punishment.

When preachers in pulpits have no respect for God’s Law, they preach a gospel devoid of reference to and omit the reality of future punishment. Idolatry always follows when the Law is rejected. People imagine a god too kind to punish sin, so they lose the fear of God and therefore neglect to depart from sin. They don’t consider repentance to be a prerequisite to salvation and they are told they have peace with God because they simply “believe.” Consequently, the contemporary Church is filled with false converts (tares among the wheat, foolish virgins among the wise, bad fish among the good, and sheep among the goats), as well as false apostles, false teachers, and false prophets.

Jeremiah 6:13 “Because from the least of them even to the greatest of them,
Everyone is given to covetousness;
And from the prophet even to the priest,
Everyone deals falsely.

14 They have also healed the hurt of My people slightly,
Saying, ‘Peace, peace!’
When there is no peace.

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2 Responses to Future Punishment.

  1. Bea Blessed says:

    You can really tell whether people have any true connection to God by what infuriates them. If they are infuriated by the idea that God condemns sin, then you know they are not godly. If they are infuriated when they are told repentance is required (and how about not committing the sin in the first place, hello!), you know they are not fit for heaven. These same people, however, are frequently permissive to any manner of wickedness, especially their favorite brand of it.

    As I have grown into adulthood, I have parted ways with my parents because while they purport to support godliness, what they really support is their chosen social system. Plus, they are perfectly willing to excuse anything they have done wrong. Surprisingly (to me), I found they were even willing to support political figures whose stance was pro-abortion, just because of some empty financial promise made about preserving their retirement.

    This exemplifies the state of most people. Rather than checking with God and agreeing with Him always, they just have flexible morals that serve their immediate needs. Even when it comes to something as clear as abortion (abortion is willfully murdering an innocent), they are willing to bend.

    You can’t do that.

    Once you have made those steps into infamy, God will wash His hands of you.

    When I was little, my parents told me the 10 commandments were to be obeyed. They also went along with the idea that you should pray to God for guidance. Surprise! If you really follow those ideas, you often find out that your parents aren’t obeying God, but walking in their own ways. I guess they didn’t think God was real.

    Religions also love to say that you have to seek God and obey Him, but then they don’t like it if you do so. It wrecks their little wicked empire if God ever actually tries to put His two cents’ worth in.

    Seeking their own advantage instead of serving God is what most humans are actually up to.

    Hey! If you want to put yourself in the place of God, kill that little snippet about seeking God. If anyone takes you seriously and seeks God, your little empire of excuses for wickedness will fall. You will tumble down just like the walls at Jericho.

    1 Chronicles 16:11
    “Seek the LORD and His strength; Seek His face continually.”

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