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Do Not Get Jesus Twisted!

Updated: Feb 1, 2021

Don’t think an unbelieving fornicator will not make the kingdom but a saved fornicator will, that’s quite foolish to believe. If you have an unbeliever slash fornicator adulterer lying drunkard over here and a SAVED fornicator adultery lying drunkard over here…is there is a difference between the two? No! They are practically twins but somebody might say oh yeah Lena there is a difference the one over there is washed in the blood while that pesky unsaved sinner is not. But let’s summarize the old testament quickly for a bit shall we in no particular order.

God sent a flood, then the Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intent of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. (Genesis 6:5) God called Noah to be a preacher of righteousness yet people still refused to listen and continued in their evil ways. God even went so far as to offer a way of salvation! He provided an Ark through Noah and his family, and yet others didn’t come. God obviously had patience but still so many rejected him and went their own way and look what happened?

Let’s take Sodom and Gomorrah. In Genesis 18:20–33, the Lord revealed to Abraham that Sodom and Gomorrah had sinned exceedingly. Sodom and Gomorrah wanted a life without God and his goodness as the bible also points out again in Romans 11 verse 22, I believe where it says for if we do not continue in his goodness we will be cut off and so was Sodom and Gomorrah for their sinful wicked ways. judgement came for Sodom and Gomorrah God destroyed both cities.

Let’s take the Egyptians. In this instance, God used Moses and Aaron (Exodus 5–15) to judge the Egyptians for the wickedness they were inflicting on the Israelites through harsh slavery (Exodus 1:8–14), murdering their children (Exodus 1:22), and so on. God struck the land with many plagues and disasters because Pharaoh continued to sin, and the nation of Egypt followed after him in sin. It culminated with the death of the firstborn in Egypt, even though this judgment could easily have been averted had Pharaoh listened and released the Israelites from their oppression—the blood is on Pharaoh’s head. Even Pharaoh and his army’s final demise was on his own head, not God’s. In fact, each plague could easily have been averted had Pharaoh responded to what God said through Moses and Aaron. So, a means of salvation from the plagues was given, but Pharaoh and the Egyptians rejected it and look what happened?

Let’s take the Canaanites because with the Canaanites, God used the Israelites to enact his judgment under Joshua’s leadership. When Joshua entered the land of Canaan, the Amorites’ sin had reached its full measure and it was time for judgment. Leviticus 18:2–30 points out the horrendous crimes that were going on in the land of Canaan. They were having relations with their mothers, sisters, and so on. Men were having relations with other men. They were giving their children to be sacrificed to Molech They were having relations with animals.

At Jericho, both young and old were to be destroyed (Joshua 5:13–6:21), and Jericho is the place that Christ Himself appeared to lead Joshua into battle. Jericho must have been very bad to warrant a physical appearance of Christ to have judgment poured out on them. Perhaps all the sins listed in Leviticus 18 were going on there as well! Yet even in Jericho, there was a means of salvation as Rahab and her family were saved but looked what happened? Nahum (1:2) The LORD is a jealous and avenging God; the LORD is avenging and wrathful; the LORD takes vengeance on his adversaries and keeps wrath for his enemies. A great example of God's judging of sin is the sending of the nation Israel into the captivity at Babylon. Because of their continued sin God sent them into a seventy-year captivity.

Now let’s take here and now which is revelation which is what we live in today. There will be those who will be sinful and wicked and evil and unrepentant of their sin and Jesus is saying I am going pour out my judgment and wrath just like I did in the Old Testament in fact his disciple John wrote a book about it calling it Revelation, ring a bell? So you have sin and wickedness that sums up to disobedience throughout the whole OT and you now here in 2021 sin and wickedness is still thriving unfortunately which sums up to disobedience also because we are living in an ungodly evil corrupt wicked world are we not? If you have many groups of sinful “I’m going to do what I want disobedient unrepentant” people who got judgement in the OT and you have many more sinful “I’m going to do what I want disobedient unrepentant” people bound for judgement in the new testament in the book of revelation that we live in now, do you know honestly believe that God is going to take up a collective called the “I am the washed in the blood unrepentant fornicator adulterer drunkard and etc.” group first and leave unscathed those who are no different than the rest of the other sinners who claim Jesus and believe in him? Only the holy will survive meaning those who are living in obedience and holiness just as Jesus told us to do, will be spared and will go up not those reeking in unrepentant sin. Those who are striving down the straight and narrow, those who are on the wide path NOT striving down the path of righteousness working out their salvation in fear and trembling.

God destroyed people for their unrepentant sin and in some instances he took people out right on the spot, they fell down dead. You might say that was in the OT, you better read the books of Acts when married couple Ananias and Sapphira lied to the holy spirit. Read the wrath, read how God for disobedience said okay you want to try me, you want to ignore me, you want to turn away from me, I got you. Read what happened to those people and tell me if you are claiming to be saved and a Christian, washed in the blood, but yet is guilty of one or more sins such as it says in 1 Corinthians 6:9 no sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who submit to or perform homosexual acts, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor verbal abusers, nor swindlers, will inherit the kingdom of God. Can you honestly tell me you still you think are no different yet better and still going up to meet the lord in the air? Think about it.

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