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Segregated Inclusivity

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Segregated Inclusivity

They, as those that are not like us are called, are trying to segregate us.

The vaccinated, as they like to call this new medical procedure, and those who have decided to not accept this shot in the arm. Black against white, and apparently all those who are not of the Caucasian persuasion. That political party and those who are affiliated with a different political ideology, that nation or those other nations.

Of course, those who would always assume some form of authority over us have always leaned in one of two directions, either complete and totally segregated, or total inclusion, unless they are of the political clan, and then they will go in whatever direction they believe will make them popular with the most amount of voters.  “And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left.” (Matt. 25:33)

Segregation, in its purest form is to be sanctified with Jesus Christ, those who are saved and those who are not, in this area there can be no decision to “agree to disagree,” either Jesus Christ is all that is necessary for the salvation of a man’s soul, or He is not. There is no middle ground in this truth, those who say that we must perform some work along with what the Lord accomplished on the cross are wrong, and we are to segregate ourselves from them. “Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith; prove your own selves. Know ye not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye be reprobates?” (2 Cor. 13:5)

Here is where the majority of Evangelical churches have erred, they started to believe in an “all-inclusive” Spirituality long before the world began to use that word as a catch phrase. We are told to “Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.” (Rev. 18:4) We are told to not even let them into our house, (2 John 2:10) we are told to treat them as Gentiles if they continue in their sin, (Matt. 18:17) but that doesn’t seem polite, it doesn’t seem very loving does it, it just doesn’t seem very Christlike to those who say they are following Jesus, does it?

To be set apart means to be permanently sanctified, segregated from wicked, evil people, all the time, but I would challenge you to look at your friends, your family members, even those who regularly attend the church you show up to every Sunday morning and determine if you are indeed set apart from them. Then look at yourself.

If these words are preached from any pulpit in these days, I would be totally surprised. “But ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that ye should shew forth the praises of him who hath called you out of darkness into his marvellous light:” (1 Peter 2:9) no longer means to be segregated from a lost and sinful world, it no longer means that we stay apart from those who do not only hate the Lord, but attempt to dishonor Him, it now means invite them to church, go and be their friends, live their lives with them, you never know, they might come to the truth.

When was the last time you can recall in your own personal experience employing Matthew 7:6, “neither cast ye your pearls before swine,” when was the last time you shook the dust of your feet off, (Matt. 10:14) who do really hate because you are commanded to? (Luke 14:26) No, we want to be liked, we want to keep our friends, we don’t want to seem antagonistic, confrontational, contentious.

There is a new saying being spread around, the word is “Sheeple,” it is meant to infer a person who will obey without question, and it is a misnomer, because it is the goats who are calling people to themselves, to the world. To separate man from God was the intent of those first words, “Hath God said,” and it is still working quite well. Only those who have been crucified with Christ have been sanctified, separated, segregated to the work of the Lord. Perhaps now would be a good time to take a close look at yourself.

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