Posts Tagged ‘no grace to you=more grace 4 me’

Our Conditions for God’s Unconditional Grace…

October 11, 2019

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God’s Grace is unconditional as the U and I in TULIP points out and we always scream and yell about and preach from our pulpits and debate/argue with grace-hating man-loving semi-Pelagian Armenians over—however just because God’s Grace is unconditional doesn’t mean His love is:

 

“the love of God that is unconditional,” The love of God is not unconditional. “Acts 17:30 English Standard Version (ESV) 30 The times of ignorance God overlooked, but now he commands all people everywhere to repent” There is the condition. Anyone teaching otherwise is lying.” It’s supposed to be a love that is real and genuine, that can accept people for who they are, even if you don’t agree with them.” Baloney. Loving someone is bringing them to the knowledge of Christ, not accepting their sin,.

“18 And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in[b] the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you Matthew 28 – no unconditional love there either.

In fact we know there are terms and conditions to God’s Unconditional Grace (love) as we wrote them so if anyone violates any of our terms & conditions we can only conclude that God has deemed them unworthy of His Unconditional Grace (love). Terms and conditions that make you unworthy of God’s Unconditional Grace (love):

  1. You’re Armenian.
  2. You’re gay or have spoken nicely of gays.
  3. You had or are thinking about having an abortion.
  4. You believe feminism.
  5. You’re a Democrat or even voted Democrat even once.
  6. You’re an anti-Trump RINO.
  7. You don’t believe in Hell.
  8. You believe God is full of love not Holy Sovereign Wrath.

However once again we must give a free pass to our fellow warmongers even-though they violate all that Jesus commanded in the Sermon on the Mount and our Most Biblical and Godly President ever even-though he violated all that Jesus commanded on divorce and remarriage. All those who put America First are exempt from the terms and conditions we’ve placed on God’s Unconditional Grace (love).

 

Preach The Law

June 4, 2019

 

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The Murphy’s, said, “I am not a Christian. Yet,I am a follower of Jesus.”How can you not want to hold to the title “Christian”? Yet you say you are “a follower of Christ”. The two are one in the same. I like the verses that emram quoted to you: Acts 11.26; 26.28; 1 Pet. 4.16. Perhaps you should check these out.The Murphy’s, said, “If I said I were a Christian you would think that I agree with Ray (and the many others), I have always had a problem with Ray and his methods.”Ray isn’t perfect and I would have a problem with “his” methods too. But they aren’t “his methods”. Using the law in evangelism is biblical (Rom 3:19) and many wonderful men of old (Spurgeon, Whitefield, Wesley, Moody, Calvin, etc.) used the law. Ray isn’t coming up with something new. It’s old truth. Taken from the scriptures and used by men of old down through the ages. Not sure what your problem is. Perhaps it’s with the scriptures and not with Ray.

Source: (http://fishwithtrish.blogspot.com/search/label/Emergent%20Church)

Have you heard it said that we are saved by Grace? Sure we all know we are saved by grace alone and not by keeping the Law—that’s the Protestant articulation of the Gospel:

“The Law is a good thing. But when the discussion is about justification, there is no time to drag in the Law. When we discuss justification we ought to speak of Christ and the benefits He has brought us.

Christ is no sheriff. He is, “the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.” (John 1:29 KJV)

By the grace of God we know that we are justified through faith in Christ alone. We do not mingle Law and Grace, faith and works.”

Well sadly you’ve been mislead and are most likely a False Convert. Salvation through grace  and God’s love are what those Emergent heretics preach. We Discernmentalists know the only way to Truly be Saved is through the preaching of the Law (just like Jesus and Luther would want)—as too much love and grace might cause people to remain in sin and our God is so angry at sinners. In fact we believe that if you got saved through the preaching of grace you were never saved to begin with—as Spurgeon said:

“I do not believe that any man can preach the gospel who does not preach the Law. Lower the Law and you dim the light by which man perceives his guilt; this is a very serious loss to the sinner rather than a gain; for it lessens the likelihood of his conviction and conversion. I say you have deprived the gospel of its ablest auxiliary [its most powerful weapon] when you have set aside the Law. You have taken away from it the schoolmaster that is to bring men to Christ. they will never accept grace till they tremble before a just and holy Law. Therefore, the Law serves a most necessary purpose, and it must not be removed from its place. The Law cuts into the core of evil, it reveals the seat of the malady and informs us that the leprosy lies deep within. They must be slain by the Law before they can be made alive by the gospel.”

I also wanted to add this bit about grace from the Holiest anointed non-Cessationist prophet of Jesus Christ living today and Pope of the Truth Wars:

“And may I add that it is not to say that God doesn’t love, but it is to say that you’ll never understand how great His love is unless you know how great His hate is. I mean, if you understand that God hates sin so profoundly then you will find it all the more amazing that He can love sinners. So that without an understanding of His hate, His love is crippled too in our thinking. Love and grace are favorite terms, are void of meaning if God does not hate.” ~ John MacArthur (PBUH)

So go and preach the Good News of the Law and God’s Holy Wrath so that others may be saved by your love and grace in doing so!