Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Judge Not? The Narrow and Broad Roads

The members of the apostate church, and escpecially the advocates of the doctrine of devils known as "OSAS" or "once saved always saved" really really get agitated when they read the words on this blog. They ask "who are you to judge?" My question back to them is "is quoting the bible my judgement upon you or do the words of the bible themselves condemn you because you preach a doctrine of demons?" I just read an article by a preacher of OSAS who says we should not judge them for preaching a false gospel because the bible says do not judge, and he quotes this:

Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.” (Matt. 7:1-2)

Fair enough yes? Do not judge. How can I say that only a few will be saved? Am I judging people by saying that only a few will be saved? No, I'm quoting the bible. Matt 7:13-28 tells us that only a FEW will be saved, I didn't make that up, Jesus said it. And as for judgement, did the apostate preacher forget this little gem on judgement:

1 Corinthians 5:12What business is it of mine to judge those outside the church? Are you not to judge those inside? 13God will judge those outside. “Expel the wicked man from among you.”

Did you read that? God will judge those outside, what business is it of ours to judge them? But those INSIDE the church appear to be a different story...are we not to judge them? EXPEL THE WICKED MAN FROM AMONG YOU, and how pray tell can you expel a wicked man unless you have first "judged" him to be wicked? Case closed

Now that we have dispensed with the first diversion of our attention...after telling us that the wicked among us should not be judged (those preaching a false gospel-OSAS), he then tells us that the believer is on the narrow road that leads to life and the unbeliever is on the broad path that leads to destruction. No problem there. The problem lies in the fact that the apostate OSAS teacher would have you believe their false gospel that there's no way you could ever be moved off the narrow path. Does the bible assure us that we can never be moved off the narrow path? No, it does not say that anywhere. We are saved by grace (the gift) through faith.

We have studied the fact extensively here that it is through faith we are saved, by grace. Can you be saved if you re-write the bible to remove faith from the equation? If it were possible to be saved without faith, why did the Holy Spirit say it is by grace through FAITH you are saved?

Ephesians 2:8 ... For by such grace you have been saved through faith.

Another thing the OSAS writer says is that it is not the fear of God but his grace that leads us to him: (John 13:34-35). Or do you show contempt for the riches of his kindness, tolerance and patience, not realizing that God's kindness leads you toward repentance?

There is no question that it is the Lord's kindness that leads us toward repentance however, WHY were we given so MANY warnings? The point that the OSAS teacher wants to make is:forget all the warnings, just preach a one sided, you can do no wrong, once saved always saved message and people will be won over...Really? Look around you today? I see a candy coated gospel being preached EVERYWHERE and what exactly is happening? This world is drowning in darkness, that's the result. Either you preach and teach the FULL counsel of God or none of it. The bible is full of gracious promises AND stern warnings all directed AT US.

What's the bottom line in Matt 7:13-28? Is the moral of the story that "the believer goes through the narrow gate and the unbeleiver goes through the wide gate?" Well, that's the only lesson learned by the candy coated snake oil doctrine of demons salesman because they don't want you to see and understand the fact that the moral of the story is only a FEW will make it through the small gate. That's the point, that's the message, that's the warning, that's the cold water splashed on your face and the stell toed boot in your rear-end...what part of FEW don't people like the OSAS pitchmen understand? Our Lord sees the end from the beginning. He is telling us in no uncertain terms that FEW..in the end...will make it through the small gate that is Jesus Christ. Is Matt 7:13-28 the only place we learn this? No

Matthew 22:14 For many are called, but few are chosen.

FEW are chosen, get it? What does "few" mean? Why does the Lord even bother telling us that few will make it in? The preachers of apostate churchianity tells us not to worry about it? The preachers and teachers of this world's babylonian form of churchianity tell you not to worry about any of the warnings in the bible. Somehow, they say, the warnings are not for you. Even when the personal pronoun "YOU" and not "they" is used to warn YOU they still tell you "ahhh, don't worry about it, after you've made your 3 second teary eyed alter call confession you can never be lost!!!" Go re-read John 15 over and over and over and over again until you "get it."

Instead of obscuring the real issue with "do not judge" and "once you are no the narrow path you can never walk your way off it" lets focus on what IS written in the bible and ask ourselves WHY.

This blog was started for a reason. The Lord had a handfull of issues that I was to write about until he told me to stop. One of those issues, that still burns like fire within me is this:

WHY will only a few be saved? Go ask your OSAS teacher that question and don't let him dance his way around it. ANSWER THE QUESTION....WHY. Fact: a FEW will be saved...now you answer WHY?

That is the question. The wolves in sheeps clothing are great at slithering around and away from the tough questions that must be answered. They are great at ignoring the fact that every single word from the mouth of God is the bread we live on, not some words, EVERY SINGLE WORD:

Matthew 4:4
... Jesus answered, "Scripture says, 'A person cannot live on bread alone but on every word that God speaks.'"

Do not allow the preachers of false doctrines sing you a lullaby and put you back to sleep. Force the issue, face the word of God for yourself and ask yourself why our God put each word in the bible. There are NO idle words in the bible. Every word is filled with power and that power is our life which is why we are told we do not live on bread alone but on EVERY word that our God speaks. The time for partial candy coated doctrine of demons gospels is OVER. Only the true "good news" based on the FULL counsel of God can saved you. A partial Jesus cannot save you. Jesus is the word of God, so you can also say that a partial "word of God" cannot saved you either. Christ is not divided and so neither is his Word.

You must make sense of ALL OF IT, put together as a whole. You must read it for yourself and dispense with the teachers and preachers who have let the darkness creep almost unnoticed right up to your very doorstep. The reason the darkness and wickedness in this world is so great today is because those who call themselves salt and light are LIARS. Salt preserves, and light drives out darkness. This world is rotting and dark. You work out the logic there for yourselves.

I wish the Lord had NOT said that only a few would be saved. Is a man being "judgemental" for reminding people of God's own words? Will people be sorry on the day they stand before Jesus because they were warned or because they were not warned? The writing you see here on this site is largely rejected. There are FEW who read the words written here. Most people, to include the vast majority of so called "christians" today would dispense with me if they could. They have no need for voices crying out in the wilderness. They have no need to be warned. They "know" that their "pastor" isn't a wolf in sheeps clothing and that all the "christian scholars" could not be wrong so what do they have to be worried about?

Why will only a few be saved? Why will many call Jesus "Lord, Lord" on that day and he will tell them to get away from him because he never knew them? (Matt 7:13-28) Why are many called but FEW are chosen? WHY?

grace and peace