The Christians let go of the sin of non-believers - but treat sin and that which violates the Scriptures among the believers by saying that "the blood of Jesus" covers sin from which one has not repented
God allowed Jan Hanvold (pictured) to be sent among the believers, to see who follows the Lord 100% or compromises with God's word.
This is hypocrisy and unbiblical!
Matt. 5. 13 “You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its power, how can it regain its salt content? Then it is not usable for anything other than being thrown out and being trampled by people.”
14 “You are the light of the world. A city situated on a hill cannot be kept hidden.
15 Nor does anyone light a lamp to keep it hidden under a measuring vessel*. You put it in a candle holder so that it gives light to everyone in the house. *modios = bushel, approx. 20 litres
16 In the same way, let your light shine before men, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father in heaven."
We are dealing with a righteous God!
When you actually listen to most Christian preachers and what is conveyed among the faithful. Then it is partly a form of a God who is very gracious towards believers. Because "the blood of Jesus" and everything else "protects" the believers.
While children of the world, God only gets "angrier" and more resentful.
Scripture does not say so. Just listen:
1 Pet. 4. 17 For the time of judgment shall begin with the house of God! But if we are to be first, then what about those who towards the end disobey God's message?
18 For: 'If it is difficult for the righteous to be saved, how will it fare with the wicked and sinners?' WORD 11,31
19 And therefore he who must suffer according to God's will, must surrender his soul to good works in faithfulness to the Creator.
The judgment does not begin with the children of the world, but with the Christians!
Today's preachers and otherwise the faithful are really making a big, big mistake here.
One overlooks sins among the believers, but one overfocuses on the non-believers.
We must have realized that the non-believers are in darkness, and they are ruled by the God of this World in one and all!
They are hopelessly lost, and live a life essentially completely at the mercy of their Lord.
The scriptures are clear on who this is, it is actually the Darkest Prince Satan.
Here are some scriptures that cover what I am saying here:
2 Cor. 4. 4 For the god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see that the light of the glory in the message of Christ, who is in the image of God, shall shine before them.
Ephesus. 2. 1 You also were dead in your trespasses and sins.
2 For formerly you lived according to the spirit of the age of this world, according to the spirit which is of the prince of the air, which now works in the sons of disobedience.
3 In the past you also lived according to the lust of the flesh. You followed the will and thought of the flesh. By nature you were children of wrath, as were the rest of us.
Ap.jj 26. 18 You will open their eyes and turn their darkness into light. You will lead them away from Satan's powers to God so that they will be forgiven of their sins. Then you will receive an inheritance among the saints who have believed in me.'
Col. 1. 13 He has freed us from the powers of darkness, and he will lead us to his kingdom through the love of his Son.
People who live in darkness and in the light, shouldn't the same be demanded of them?
God is a just God, but the Christians do so many strange things.
It is deafening to see how they demand one and the other from the children of darkness. But they can get themselves to do most things themselves.
Mention an e.g. that remarriage for believers is a sin.
Unfortunately, most people then hear that "the blood of Jesus" covers this.
But it does not, as one must repent before being forgiven.
God he then clearly says in his own word that believers if they are divorced.
They must either reconcile or live single. Do they do something else, by finding a new partner.
Then the scripture says it clearly. That one engages in fornication.
This, then, is the scripture's testimony and clear words.
Luke 16. 18 “Whoever leaves his wife to marry another commits adultery. Also anyone who marries a woman who has been left by her husband commits adultery.”
Room. 7. 1 You are not ignorant, brothers - and I speak to you who know the law - that the law has dominion over a man while he lives.
2 A woman who has a husband is bound to him, but if her husband dies, she is released from her husband's law.
3 If her husband is alive and she stays with another, she shall be called an adulteress. But if her husband dies, she is free from his law and is not an adulteress if she stays with another man.
1 Cor. 7. 10 To a spouse I command by the Lord: A woman shall not leave her husband.
11 But if she leaves him, she must either live in abstinence or be reunited with her husband. And a man shall not leave his wife.
It is really strange and incomprehensible how one abuses "Jesus' blood", grace, forgiveness, etc. What we see here among the majority of the Christian congregations here in Norway, unfortunately, is the teaching of the Nicolaitans.
Congregant ten in Ephesus had to fight against this heresy, today's Christian congregations live in many ways so that this is included!
What then is the teaching of the Nicolaitans?
Or Balaam's teaching which is really a variant of the same matter.
I have written something about this in my Bible commentaries from John Revelation 2. 6 But you should have the praise that you hate the works of the Nicolaitans, as I myself do.
If there were things that were lacking in the intimate community relationship, they still held God's word dear. The works of the Nicolaitans are actually what the Apostle John went against in his first letter. That one can sin with the body but still be a living believer. This, in brief, is what the works of the Nicolaitans are; to sin with the body but still be forgiven and live with the Lord. This is of course heresy when sin is widely accepted both in our lives and in the church.
(end of quote.)
It is this, that we believe in God's forgiveness and salvation.
But do not repent and live a Christian life worthy of God and Christ.
This, which is now so widespread among the faithful with i.a. so much remarriage and double standards among the faithful. These are the works or teachings of the Nicolaitans.
Really gets upset when one has to constantly excuse the believers' sin and lack of self-control. Where one apologizes again and again, e.g. remarry.
But other things that are also unbiblical are attacked most strongly.
The scriptures say if you have broken one of God's commandments, you have broken them all.
There is no excuse for any sins. All disobedience is sin.
And one must repent, not just confess.
It is really foreign teaching that is spreading more and more!
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