If You Love the World Or Anything In It, Then You Are Evil

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Countless times I come across people who love the world and everything about this world. They claim it is “Christian” to love the world and they embrace and emulate the evil in the world as if God had commanded them to do so. They go to a “feel good” church which rarely ever talks about sin and instead openly embraces everyone that walks through its doors as it looks to grow its attendance so it can acquire more “donations”. The “feel good” church does not care about what Jesus said, it cares more about what the “feel good” bible college said that trained its fake pastor. The “feel good” church is an empty vessel filled with spiritually dead zombies and generally speaking, not one of its attendees will ever come close to the Gates of Heaven. But you would not know that if you were attending one of these “feel good” churches.

The “feel good” church is filled with scoundrels who know more about how to mine Bitcoin than they do about what the Bible actually says. They will quickly rattle off some half baked idea of what it says by proudly stating that a Christian should never judge anyone (that is NOT what the Bible says) and they will quote John 3:16, because after all, that is the only verse in the Bible (I am being sarcastic). They will also tell you that we should love everything and everyone (the Bible’s definition of “love” is far different than the world’s definition because the Bible’s love includes rebuke and God’s wrath). And my personal favorite is when they claim that God loves everyone. This is one of the biggest misconceptions ever created and it clearly shows me that the person who says this has never ever really understood God. There are repeated examples in the Bible where God clearly hates individuals (and some individuals are hated and rejected by God for reasons unknown).

Romans 9:13 (which just restates what is mentioned at least twice before in the Old Testament) states:

13 Even as it is written, [g]Jacob I loved, but Esau I hated.

This is just a reassertion that God hated Esau, but loved Jacob. This is one of the rare examples that are given in the Bible and it is unclear why Esau is hated. He just is. We are to accept that because that’s God’s will. But don’t tell that to a fake so called “Christian” of modern times because he/she will not necessarily believe it. In their mind, Jesus is a social justice warrior who cares about feelings and politically correct portrayals. He would never really “hate” someone. Or as one fake pastor put it: Jesus hates the sin, but not the sinner. That is both true and false. Sure, Jesus loves sinners, but clearly there are ones that Jesus has also rejected in the Bible. Judas Iscariot, Pharaoh, The Lamanites, Esau, etc., are just some who are rejected by God. This is in line with historical teachings of the doctrine of reprobation (a doctrine that is muted amongst most mainline churches of today).

1 John 2:15-17 in The Holy Bible reads:

15 Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him. 16 For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eyes and the vainglory of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world. 17 And the world passeth away, and the lust thereof: but he that doeth the will of God abideth for ever.

And yet most Christians cannot find this verse themselves because most do not even own a Bible. And if they do, they do not read it or even understand it. For most, the Bible is a menu where you get to pick and choose what you like and throw away the rest. As one brain dead zombie claimed on YouTube, “you cannot follow most of what the Bible says cause a lot of it is outdated and it does not pertain to modern times and therefore the commands placed on women in the Bible do not apply to the women nowadays”.

What exactly do you say in response to someone like that? You can only remain silent as we are instructed to never throw our pearls of wisdom at swine (see Matthew 7:6).

We are definitely in the end times ladies and gentlemen. When you have a member of the US House of Representatives and fake pastor openly commend the “god of this world” whom he refers to as “Brahma” and concludes his worship of this false god by saying “A-WOMAN” (whatever the HELL that is), you know we are living in the final hours.