Borrowed Truths

Whose Will?

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Borrowed Truths

Whose Will?

We are here to serve God, when we serve Him, we are glorifying Him, and that is the sole purpose of man.

It is quite evident that those who have no understanding of the Scriptures whatsoever, besides a rudimentary knowledge of them, believe that the God of the Old Testament was a fierce God, full of wrath and vengeance, one who forced His will upon others, while Jesus Christ in the New Testament exhibited nothing but love for His foremost characteristic. They do not understand in any way the truth of the Holy Spirit, nor do they understand that Jesus is God, that God is the Holy Spirit and that the Holy Spirit is Jesus, the Trinity is a foreign and completely hidden concept to them.

“But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.” (1 Cor. 2:14)

When speaking truth to these deceived and lost individuals, we speak it with firm convictions, and as usually happens, they will say that we are attempting to force our beliefs upon them, yet they are so deceived that they cannot comprehend that the way of the world, Satan’s world, is the one they have willingly accepted. My friends, it is easy to glorify the Most High on a bright and sunny day, it is not always so easy when nearly every word you speak to that wicked person is seen as offensive.

If you will not stand for Jesus Christ, you cannot glorify God.

You must come to the realization here that every single act in the Old Testament was done by the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit in complete and absolute agreement with each other, there were no debates, the Lord Jesus did not try to persuade the Father not to kill everything on the planet that breathed air when it was time for the flood in the days of Noah, the Father did not discuss with the Son if the angel of death should or should not go through the land of Egypt to kill the firstborn, and whether or not it was a loving thing to do.

“I and my Father are one.” (John 10:30)

“For the Father judgeth no man, but hath committed all judgment unto the Son.” (John 5:22)

Jesus Christ is going to put people in the Lake of Fire for all eternity, not because it is what the Father wants yet it is against His will, not because the Holy Spirit thinks it’s a good idea, but because Jesus Christ is God, and God is Holy, Righteous and Just in all He does.

This is not taught in many churches these days, unmitigated love no matter the circumstances is, firm truth is seen as offensive, judgement against sin is seen as judgmental, and righteousness now means never interfering with the life of another, for it will be seen as unloving. “For the commandment is a lamp; and the law is light; and reproofs of instruction are the way of life.” (Prov. 6:23)

The masses in the pews for decades now have been taught that to glorify God all that is necessary is a continuing look within ourselves, to ensure that we are on the right path, that we are not being offensive to the Most High by our actions, words and even thoughts. It is no less than a self-induced form of works for selfish reasons, a law of obedience not to Christ, but for ourselves, to make us feel better. And that is exactly what most Evangelical churches have become, self-help centers to make people feel better about their supposed walk with Christ. This is not glorifying God, this is vainglory, and it is so subtle that it has in many cases gone virtually unnoticed.

“Thy will be done” have been replaced with “Thy will be done, as long as I don’t lose my station in the community, as long as it does not offend anyone, as long as I can still fit in with the crowd.”

That crowd my friends, is not going to enter into the Kingdom of God. You cannot be sanctified, set apart for the service of God, and remain in the world.

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