Exactly What Does Christ Love Look Like? I Mean, According to Christ, That is.

They hated him first.  And without reason.  If you live as Christ commanded, the world will hate you too.
They hated him first. And without reason. If you live as Christ commanded, the world will hate you too.

Friends. It seems as if my article “Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin?” That’s Not What God or Jesus Do!”,  really hit a nerve.  Here’s why:

Jesus said that only a few would find heaven. I believe it. The Bible  talks about how many would fall away from the true teachings of Christ and God.  What IS the true teaching of Jesus and God?  Where do we find it?  There is only one source.  It is not at church.  It is not in your pastor.  It is not in your family.  It is not anywhere in this world except in one place:  The Holy Bible.  If you fail to read the Bible, you do not know Jesus’ or God’s Word.  If you only go to church, but don’t read your Bible, you do not have God’s Word.  God’s Word is deep & wide.  It encompasses the breadth of God’s mind, heart and intent.  How can you learn that in one hour once every 7 days- if you go that often??  The answer is:  you can’t.  Without God’s word, you are, at best- a weak Christian.  You are vulnerable to satan’s influences.  You can be confused easily.  You can certainly be defeated by those who follow the father of lies.  Without God’s word, you are unprepared to run the race and endure to the end.  Salvation was never promised as a guaranteed thing.  It is not a magic potion.  It is not a charm.  You can lose your salvation.  And if you do not have the true word of God, how will you be able to withstand the machinations of a brilliant, dark angel of death?  How can you obey Jesus’ command to help others find him and heaven?  You will become a useless servant to Christ and God.  Only knowing the true and living Words in the Holy Bible will fully prepare you.  It is because the vast majority of people who call themselves Christians do not read the Bible that my article struck such a nerve.  That article caused many to fall away.  And yet, it merely quotes the very words from God’s lips.  Those that fell away could not accept God or his words.  It is they, not God, who are wrong.

The Bible speaks of false teachers and lukewarm churches in the end days that Jesus wants to spit out of his mouth.  We are experiencing that right now.  Friends, Jesus is near.  Very near.  That is why I write.

Jesus and all the disciples were hated beyond belief. They never had a moments rest.  Jesus was actually homeless because of the relentless pursuit of the political & religious, church going people.  They plotted to kill him- the very Son of God that these lukewarm, milquetoast Christians claim to follow. They know he was hated and persecuted & killed (and all his disciples too!), yet somehow along the way in human history, many have come to believe that our walk in Christ has changed into a nice, Sunday stroll in the park!  Jesus told us that if the Master suffered torment, than his slaves will indeed suffer the same things.  He specifically said that if he were accused of coming from satan, we, his lowly servants would most definitely be accused of having satan in our hearts!  Oh, how truly Jesus spoke!

Jesus was a radical in his day- he was no milquetoast.  Why do people insist on this lame version of our awesome King?

His version of love had nothing to do with humanity’s version of love. He specifically defined the greatest love one person can have for a friend is to lay down his life for their sake.   Jesus set the premier example of what this meant. He wasn’t hated because he hugged everyone, prayed for everyone, sang nice songs, patted everyone on the head and told people God would always love them- no matter what they did.  No!  He was loathed because he directly challenged all those pious church goers, pastors & politicians.  These were the ‘nice’ and ‘respectable’ people of his time!  These were the very people we see in so many churches today- pastors included!  It wasn’t hugging that got Jesus all that hate- it was speaking the TRUTH of God’s word that got him all that hate.

He called them to the mat because they were changing God’s Holy words to suit their lifestyles of ease, their love of popularity and their love of social standing in their communities.  Sound like anyone you know?  His words directly threatened them- not because he negated God’s laws, but because he corrected their selfish interpretations of God’s Word.   There are many instances when he did this.  The following incident actually shows how Jesus’ correction of the ‘pastors’ of that day actually threatened their wealth:

Jesus replied, “And why do you break the command of God for the sake of your tradition? For God said, ‘Honor your father and mother’[a] and ‘Anyone who curses their father or mother is to be put to death.’[b] But you say that if anyone declares that what might have been used to help their father or mother is ‘devoted to God,’ they are not to ‘honor their father or mother’ with it. Thus you nullify the word of God for the sake of your tradition. You hypocrites! Isaiah was right when he prophesied about you:

“‘These people honor me with their lips,
    but their hearts are far from me.
They worship me in vain;
    their teachings are merely human rules.” Matt 15:3-9

These ‘pastors’ had changed & twisted God’s truth in a way that would financially benefit them.  Do not pastors and churches do that today?  Is that not why they refuse to address grievous sins in their congregation- even though that is their job described clearly in Paul’s letters?  Is that not why Pastors simply skip the ‘scary’ parts of the Bible?  The parts that would have them speak out against homosexuality, adultery & divorce?  Is that not why pastors refuse to speak out on corrupt political leaders?    Many, many young pastors begin with a full heart of God, but once they see how human nature is, they buckle and give in to the worst temptations in order to have that big, fancy church of their dreams.  And the religious people?  Think they will address a single homosexual or friend committing adultery?  No.  Way.  After all, it might cause a neighbor or two to hate them and they might not get invited to the neighborhood Ladies Tea!

Pastors and religious people like a big, thriving church full of rich people, smiling people, ‘nice’ and polite people.  It’s called:  IMAGE.  I can just imagine a guy like John the Baptist in today’s churches!  They would have security throw him out!  He would be too…’hateful’ for them to have in their nice church.  In addition, he would be embarrassing and uncomfortable for them to have around.  And worse, it would cause a loss of membership.  And thus.. loss of revenue.  Money, friends, is almost always at the root of all evil.  It can destroy even the best, most heart felt churches & people of God.  People have not changed one bit since those days.

People always ask, “If God is so loving, why make it so hard for us?”  He made it hard so that only the best of the best of his Children would endure.  Only those refined in his fire will become his children.  He wants the quality pot- not the weak one.  That’s why.  Not fair in your mind?  Well, don’t YOU throw out the burnt cookies you made?  Of the drawing that didn’t turn out right?  Or the cracked pottery?  Of course you do.  And so does he.

Jesus specifically corrected everyone’s expectations of him, the Messiah. He said that he did NOT come to bring peace, but DIVISION.  (I can hear the collective gasp now!) He knew that loyalty to him and God would be a black and white thing. He always spoke in black & white terms.  “Those who are not with me, are against me.”  Radical, huh?  He knew we would be hated by those on the other side. He also said that those who are not with him will actively attempt to scatter and destroy- they are not content to merely stay on their side. That is why you see demon filled people come to my Facebook page to torture you.  You, my readers & brothers & sisters in Christ, are being persecuted for your love of God’s word. Not for your love of me.  All the ones who abandon God’s word in favor of a more politically correct version will be spared this evil intrusion into their lives.  They will be loved by the world.  That is because they are of the world.  You are hated by the world- because you are of Christ.  See?  Yet another black & white statement of Jesus.

If you want to find a true servant of Christ, look for the one who is hated by the world, not embraced by it.

So, I ask you: if Jesus and the disciples were hated everywhere they went, were falsely accused, were called evil and of Satan, and eventually murdered, why do today’s Christians think that following Jesus should be comfortable, easy and ‘nice’? Where did they get that idea? It certainly has nothing to do with the Bible.   Look at Pastor Saaid in Iran.  The man has only spoken the true word of God.  He has only given his money, time and energy to Christ’s service.  He has fed the poor and lifted the spirit of the downhearted.  But he has been unjustly arrested and endures physical & mental torture every. single. moment of every waking hour he lives.  THAT, my friends, is what a true follower of Christ looks like.  Think people only suffer over their in ‘barbaric’ lands?  Ha!  We suffer right here at home- if. we tell the TRUTH of God’s Word.  These milquetoast Christians, homosexuals and atheists find themselves on the same side– they both blame me & my ‘delivery’ of God’s Word and call me a hater, satan possessed, crazy, mean, intolerant, trouble maker, judgmental, horrible, embarrassing, etc – just as they call you the same (I just delete them to spare you).

Do you feel persecuted like Jesus? Then you are doing a good job.  There is no other way to be hated.  The world would love me if I were evil.  It’s that simple.  For you and for me.

Milquetoast Christians are trying to have their cake and eat it too- they want the treasure in the field, but they don’t want to sell everything they own to buy it.  But Jesus was very clear on this. He said there will be MANY who call “Lord, Lord!” and he will call them evil servants and cast them into hell.  He will not forgive them on that day.  No matter how many interpretations they make today!

To love Jesus is exactly to be HATED by the world.  Just one more of those black & white statements of Christ (I just love that guy!)   If you are not hated, you are not telling the truth. One need not ask to be hated. Merely reading or writing the exact words of God and Christ is enough. You need not call anyone names, or curse them, or do anything to them or do anything wrong. In fact, the opposite is true. The more truly you love Jesus, the more you will be hated.   Those who have not yet felt the world’s hate,  ask yourself how many times you were too afraid to say what you knew you should have said.  To that friend who was practicing homosexuality, cheating on his wife, condoning sexual immorality in their children, etc.  Yeah.  All those times you made excuses in your head to remain quiet?  Those were betrayals of your duty to your friend and to your Lord.  When you tell the truth to these friends, you risk sacrificing their love for you.

That is laying down your life for their sake!  You lose something precious to you- but even if you never see the harvest, just casting the seed is not only your duty, but will save your friend’s life.  That, my friends, is what Jesus Christ, Our Lord and Savior defines as ‘love’.  Not the hugging & singing.

Friends, our life is not our own.  The day we accepted God’s magnificent offer of trillions and trillions of years of LIFE (and all those endless years of passion, interest, joy, love, creation, honor & intellectual freedom!)- we paid a price.  You don’t get to have your cake and eat it too!  You must offer your life to your friends.  You must lay it down.  Give up the approval of your neighbors, church friends, atheist friends, liberal friends, pastors, family & whoever else that will not accept the Bible’s true living words!  You didn’t write those words!  God did.  Have faith in God.  He knows that his word will divide even a mother from her child.  He understands our nature.  He understands our pride and stubbornness.  He knows his Word is extremely difficult for the world to swallow.  So.  When he chose to write them, who do you think you are to morph them or to make excuses for God?  I promise you, he is proud of himself.  He doesn’t need his little pots running around making up excuses for what the other little pots think are ‘cruel, unkind, hateful and scary’ word he spoke!  NO!  He meant every word.  And every word is good.  Every word has life.  Every word has power.   If his words are fearful to read- guess what?  He meant you to be afraid!  Deal with it!

Jesus said that very FEW would make it to heaven.  Observe HIS words recorded by Luke:

23 Someone asked him, “Lord, are only a few people going to be saved?”
He said to them, 24 “Make every effort to enter through the narrow door, because many, I tell you,
will try to enter and will not be able to.
25 Once the owner of the house gets up and closes the door,
you will stand outside knocking and pleading, ‘Sir, open the door for us.’
“But he will answer, ‘I don’t know you or where you come from.’
26 “Then you will say, ‘We ate and drank with you, and you taught in our streets.’
27 “But he will reply, ‘I don’t know you or where you come from. Away from me, all you evildoers!’

28 “There will be weeping there, and gnashing of teeth,
when you see Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and all the prophets in the kingdom of God,
but you yourselves thrown out.- Luke 13:23-28

He also says in Matthew 7: 14:
14 But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.
He also says in Matthew 10:9-13:
“Then you will be handed over to be persecuted and put to death, and you will be hated by all nations because of me. 10 At that time many will turn away from the faith and will betray and hate each other, 11 and many false prophets will appear and deceive many people. 12 Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold, 13 but the one who stands firm to the end will be saved.

People should worry about these words. “Only a few”. Who will be those few? As Jesus said, only those who can remain faithful until the end will find it.  And being faithful means being hated.  Are you hated for Christ today?

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27 comments

  1. Preach it, Sista!!!

    THANK YOU, Short Little Rebel! Again, you’ve put to words what my heart knows to be true, & believes. We are living in wicked times to be sure… keep fighting the good fight! You are in my thoughts & prayers.

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      • You have completely made my day! I spoke just this morning on FB about the papacy & lukewarm churches, I was attacked by friends. I just thought I on a wild whim that I would ck what you have written lately and God has confirmed to me, by your writings today, that what I said, was the truth and I was hated for it. I have often wondered why I am gossiped about in my circles, why am I persecuted by the very people who call themselves Christians in my circle and point their fingers & ridicule me, you have confirmed it. Jesus was hated, and I too am also hated by many because the Truth hurts and their lukewarm wordly selves hate me for it.

        Thank you for giving me a new breath so that I may continue to be hated & wear it as a badge of honor in Jesus name!

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      • You’re welcome, Country Girl. If you are hated by the world, you are not OF it. That means you are WITH Christ. Keep strong. And Jesus won’t forget what we went through. That’s all that counts.

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  2. Not sure if I found this here or where now, but it certainly applies: “If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated me first.If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world. That is why the world hates you.”

    Therefore, the greatest love you can have for your fellow man is to tell them the TRUTH- and to be hated for it. Love is NOT sappy, sugar coated lies.

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  3. this article made my eyes “tear” up…finally a VOICE speaking pure truth, and writing it so eloquently and simplistically…Thank you!!!!!

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  4. Interesting comments…the narrow way to me is knowing Jesus as my Savior
    in a personal way, to the extent that I realize NO amount of good works, study of the Word, being kind, loving others will ever qualify me…we ALL need to check our own hearts and ask for God to reveal ANY and ALL false beliefs….no matter how right we think we are in our views, ultimately, none of us know all….and we need to be careful to live the life of Love that Jesus did vs. judging others. ❤

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  5. This message is tough to hear for those who have not heard it before. It has provoked anger because culture is the major influence of the day, not the Word of God nor the Church. For that reason this post may seem cruel or mean-spirited.

    Listen to the words of John the Baptist in Matt. 3:11.. . “I indeed baptize you in (with) water because of repentance [that is, because of your changing your minds for the better, heartily amending your ways, with abhorrence of your past sins]”. . . . .

    We are called to be serious seekers and not casual enquirers. Salvation is not in the understanding only ~~ “between the ears”. It is a heart experience that produces real change in a persons attitude and behavior. It is a continuous journey.

    Thank you for your post. It is spot on and delivered in the right “spirit”. That is important.

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  6. I appreciate your article, you are honest and faithful to the word of God. Please pray for me.. I have made many mistakes in my life. Sadly people do not want to see the light, but rather stay in the dark. God bless you for your commitment to tell the truth, in Jesus name…

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    • I will Tressa! God bless you this very moment. Jesus, please place your loving and generous hand of forgiveness upon this woman. She has come to you, as we all come to you, with the acknowledgement of our sinful nature. We claim your promise Jesus, because you never lied to us. You promised forgiveness for all our sins if we but came to you like this. We know you are the Messiah, the Son of God and that you died on the cross so that we could have eternal life. We thank you for such a generous and kingly gift- one that no human being deserves. We understand your love for us is the reason you offer this to us. Thank you, Lord Jesus. Thank you…

      Tressa- doesn’t matter what you did. It is literally forgotten if you prayed this with me. You are free. If you have a good church, why not go? Grab your bible and read God’s living words. They will make you cry- with relief and with joy. You will never be the same again. I promise.

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  7. ……… Wow. So I am not insane. I am not wrong about the Faith. All of these years I have been beating my chest and feeling sorry for myself because of the hatred that I’ve caused by trying to live the Christian faith AND speaking openly and honestly about the Faith. I’ve been called mentally ill and “an extremist” and all sorts of other weird crazy things that have made me feel like, “Wow there must be something wrong with me if people are reacting like this!!” But now I see the truth. And I also see, this is not about me. This is about Christ. And no one really hates me per se, but instead they are hating Christ. So 1) I need to embrace this cross and praise and thank God that I am doing at least *something* right in my stumbling-bumbling walk with Christ and 2) Stop making this about me and understand instead that it’s all about and for Christ.

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    • Yes! Jesus fully understood that to follow HIM would be exactly equal to being hated. Being hated by the world is a fantastic indication that you are serving God. Jesus spelled it out very clearly. But people don’t want to be hated and so have devised a whole new ‘Christianity’ that is based on the human version of ‘love thy neighbor’. They leave out the part where Jesus said, ‘as I have loved you.’ The way he loved us was that he laid down his life for us. And he reiterated that clearly when he defined what the greatest love for our fellow man looks like: to lay down our lives for them. We are to suffer like Jesus did. We are to be hated as Jesus was. He was perfect and he spoke only words with life in them. But he was murdered, spit upon, called insane, ect. How much ‘better’ can we deliver these same words than Jesus did? We can’t. And even if we did- the NATURE of the world would hate us anyway. So, you are serving God if you are hated.

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  8. Wonderful article! My husband and I speak of this daily.. how many of those we know who call themselves Christians and are more worldly than christ-like. How can you be both worldly and christ-like? It’s a contradiction, and impossible.
    When we share our true convictions with them (that christians should be the difference, that you should be able to tell the difference) all we are called is ‘negative’ and ‘extremist’. God says he will spit us out of his mouth if we are only lukewarm, so I’m happy to be hated for speaking his truth.
    It’s costing me my relationships with my family, but I’d rather them hear the truth which could save their life, then to encourage temporary happiness that will only lead to death.

    Thank you for having the courage to stand up and discuss these issues.

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    • Thanks, Rebekah. It is so easy for these Lukewarmers to criticize. What they want is to do exactly whatever they want and condone it in others and THEN call on the ‘love thy neighbors’ and ‘forgive as I have forgiven you’ aspects of Christianity. THEN they go on to say that those who believe in obedience to the biblical scripture are ‘not acting in love’ but are ‘judging’. They want to believe that obedience is not a part of following Christ. And they also want to believe that God never told Ezekiel that it is our job and responsibility to warn people they will die for their sins. Basically, they want to cut the bible in half and take the ‘good’ part and leave the ‘bad part’ on the table.

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    • That’s right, but it is VERY DIFFICULT to be saved. Jesus told us that VERY FEW can find heaven. What is that? like 1 out of 10 people? Look around you when you are in a crowd. Are YOU that tiny percentage? You seemed to reject the idea of repentence and fear of God in my other article, “Love the Sinner ,Hate the Sin? That’s Not what God Or Jesus do.” You are the kind of person who wants easy salvation that you can never lose- how nice. But the bible most certainly doesn’t support that notion. If you are not afraid of God then you don’t know him. ‘Very few will find it.”- Jesus Christ.

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  9. A well presented ‘Fire-in-the-belly’ motivational post. Perhaps most sincere believers really are in the same camp as you, and when sin rears it’s ugly head, they stand up against that evil and convey their beliefs speaking on behalf of all Christianity. These days, an alleged Christian probably wants to make his/her mark in life to prove to Jesus that they are faithful and unwilling to bend toward a tsunami of sin. I too, agree with the majority of your post, however – please be careful when it comes to sensitive subjects regarding such subjects as one losing their salvation. To many sincere believers, this is a difficult region in their walk and requires much heart felt investigation. You say-” Salvation was never promised as a guaranteed thing. It is not a magic potion. It is not a charm. You can lose your salvation.” And then you say, “That article caused many to fall away. And yet, it merely quotes the very words from God’s lips. Those that fell away could not accept God or his words.” That to me is like saying to newbies – “If you can’t stand the heat, get out the Kitchen.” and then go on to say, “Oh BTW, you just lost your salvation.

    False teachers and self-proclaimed modern day prophets also teach this philosophy or concept by using scripture to move people – either to offend them or move them towards improving their behavior and/or increase their actions to cultivate works as a faith plus works walk (it clarifies them and their false doctrines) Good works aren’t wrong – just over rated in what our modern day religious systems deem as important. Who needs good works? You? Me? God? God doesn’t need them – we do. Jesus’s work is all God needs to clarify us, to justify us.

    Yes, yes, yes! – as honest believers, we have to be upset with sin or we fall subject to it or condone it’s power thereof by not rejecting it. Our mission is to help bring others to a saving knowledge of God – not try and drive others away with half truths. You want to know how to resolve the problem of sin? Resist the devil. James 4:7 Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.Now that’s not a “WORK” but an attitude that requires faith and God knows we can handle that in our own time. It has nothing to do with losing your salvation because we are weak. God gives us each a different measures of faith to please Him. God finds power and strength in our weakness. Do you want to really know what a struggling Christians work is? Read John 6: 28 – 35. Our only requirement is to believe and let God work out the rest.

    http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/salvation_webpages/18-good_works_verses_grace.htm

    To infer or inform fellow believers that they can lose their salvation if they don’t manifest some production of anger based action against some form of sin is rather unbecoming a saint and extremely misleading. (Ex: Zealot Christians killing abortion doctors or killing homosexuals, etc) Now, if you need to proclaim your anger against sin by demonstrating an act of boldness for the sake of Christ Jesus – knock yourself out. (I find myself doing this too) Whether or not the Lord would approve of it is a different matter but I’m sure the Lord would understand it. I’ve demonstrated my passion against sin many times -and am pretty sure I failed miserably to accomplish what I set out to do. Why? A lack of charity. Remember, without love (charity) your works are absolutely worth nothing, zilch, Nada. 1 Corinthians 13: 1-3 “Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels, and have not charity, I am become as sounding brass, or tinkling cymbal. 2 And though I have the gift of prophecy, and understand all mysteries, and all knowledge; and though I have all faith, so that I could remove mountains, and have not charity, I am nothing. 3 And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, and though I give my body to be burned, and have not charity, it profiteth me nothing.

    Again, I’m not refuting the ambition to rise up against sin but take issue with your suggestion that salvation is dependent upon acts of emotional works to prove sincerity of motive in order to get to heaven. Question: For all those believers out there who want to show God their works, but for some reason or another can’t – are they denied heaven, salvation, access to the narrow road? You see, that’s the problem with works. Christians want to ‘show off’ their works to other people and other Christians to redeem themselves, to justify their cause and hopefully show God they are worthy. Sorry, were not worthy of anything accept through the redemptive act of Jesus dying on that cross? What it comes down to is this – Jesus plus nothing from us equals our salvation.

    God knows our hearts, our intent, our desires, our ambitions and I’m sure he appreciates our dislike and hate for sin because of what it is doing to us as struggling believers. Trust me, if I could have carte blanche to do what I wanted against some of the evils we encounter these days, I’m pretty sure I’d be close to committing more wrong than right – both in God’s eyes and mans. We can’t be torchered by the stress of losing our salvation if we don’t lash out against all sin. God assigns to each and every believer what He deems necessary for His purpose. Philippians 2:13

    We’re all on a path of some kind and hopefully believers will meet on the path of Christ’s dispensation of righteousness path – but to present the word in a such a way that suggests that only elitist do-gooders disguised as Christians can only travel the narrow road is just not Biblical.
    Losing one’s salvation is done by deliberately WORKING to deny and discredit the Gospel of Christ – Those who have dabbled in Christianity and turn against Jesus’s teachings while taking with them innocent, ignorant, gullible souls who have chosen, (rather than clinging to hope and nurturing what little faith they have), gladly accept and embrace the worlds sin without guilt. These people WORK diligently towards hell on purpose and refuse (a form of works) to love Biblical standards. Most of us mere struggling Christians aren’t in that camp and depend completely on Christ for our salvation. I’m just saying.

    How about the parable of the Prodigal son? Luke 15:11-32 That’s called Grace. How about the parable of the lost sheep? Matthew 18:12-14; Luke 15:4-7 the latter being the best illustration of forgiveness and repentance for the lost, the back slider, the weak – non of which lose their salvation.

    Moreover, again – I still agree with most of your post because it exposes the apathy in the nature of alleged Christians and that of those peculiar unskilled officials pontificating their particular rhetoric in many of today’s societal accepted religious institutions – yada, yada, yada. I think most of followers want to please God and the only way to do that is through faith in Christ. Hebrews 11: 1 and Hebrews 11: 6

    Any-kind-of-way, here are some great sites to ponder over who has salvation and those who choose to desperately try and rid themselves of God.

    http://pureunadulteratedgrace.blogspot.com/2011/09/works-prove-i-am-saved.html

    http://www.kjv1611.org.uk/Conditional%20Security%20Scripturally%20Refuted.htm

    http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:9oDSihsPP-cJ:www.scottseverance.us/ministry/hebrews_6_4-6.html&client=firefox-a&hl=en&gl=us&strip=1

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  10. I won’t tear your article apart line by line, but I will say ” thanks I needed to hear that”. It was convicting and refreshing at the same time. Keep writing as the spirit leads….

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    • Well, ok, Bob. I hope God continues to speak through me to you to lift you up. Either that, or he speaks to you through others as is needed to guide you into a closer life with him. bless you, Susan.

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  11. I noticed that WordPress charges a fee for you to make changes to your blog and blogspot doesn’t..But does wordpress have some other advantage over google’s blogspot that I’m missing?.

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    • I’m not sure what fee you are referring to. WordPress has free options just like Blogspot. In fact, I like WordPress’ free design layouts much more than Blogspot’s. Much more professional. More options overall. But WordPress does also have options you can pay for. If you wish to upgrade to fancier options, then you can pay for those as well. Depends on what you want. Hope that helps.

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